Ravens president Dick Cass on CBA negotiations: “There’s a great deal of work ahead, but I think we’ll get it done”

Baltimore Ravens president Dick Cass yesterday discussed a wide range of topics on Baltimore’s WBAL-Radio, including the labor negotiations and player health and safety.

“We’re working hard with the Players Association to reach an agreement,” Cass said in the interview, as reported by the Baltimore Sun. “There’s a great deal of work to get done, but I think we’ll get it done.”

Cass (at left in photo with Navy head football coach Ken Niumatalolo), in speaking about the potential enhanced season, noted that the league will review the 12-month NFL calendar and take “steps to make sure the practices are safer. … In the end, players have to agree [for] an 18-game season [to be adopted]. It is subject to collective bargaining. The players and the union have to be satisfied this can be done safely.”

For the complete Baltimore Sun story on the interview, click here.

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