The NFL longest work stoppage is officially over, a new CBA deal is in place for the next 10 years, and NFL Team facilities are slated to open today with signings, trades, roster cuts and training camps to follow this week. 

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says the length of this deal is great for all involved.

NFLPA Executive Committee member Jeff Saturday of the Colts said he’s glad they can get back to business on the field.

NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith  says it was a draining, but necessary process.

The Falcons open training camp on Thursday and practice is open to the public this Friday!!!

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