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As the league kicks off a new season, following a Super Bowl that drew the largest audience in its history, there still may be trouble brewing on the horizon. Owners have been grumbling about the collective bargaining agreement with players and may decide to opt out of the contract early, which would set the stage for an ugly showdown with players. While most eyes will be on the field as play gets underway, it’s the deals and discussions behind closed doors that could create the best highlights. Publishing Date: Sept. 1 Ad Close: Aug. 18 Materials Close: Aug. 20.
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