The NFLPA will be the largest bargaining unit in the union for the next three seasons, with the new collective bargaining agreement being finalized on Jan. 15.
That’s a change from previous contracts, which were all for a single-year deal.
Here’s what you need to know about the 2019 season: The league has released the 2019 draft schedule for the first time, with only a few notable teams still remaining off of the list:The Rams will pick No. 2, but not before losing their first round pick.
The Falcons will pick third, but the Raiders will pick fourth.
The Bills will pick ninth.
The Titans will pick 10th.
The Eagles will pick 12th.
The Texans will pick 14th.
The Steelers will pick 15th.
The Cowboys will pick 17th.
Here are the projected first-rounders for 2019:Top 10 first-year players in the 2019 class:1.
WR Allen Robinson, Alabama2.
CB Ronald Darby, TexasAce WR Calvin Ridley, FloridaAce DT David Harris, AlabamaAce CB Vernon Hargreaves III, GeorgiaAce RB DeMarco Murray, TennesseeAce OT Jake Matthews, North CarolinaAce OG Tarell Basham, UCLAAce LB Justin Gilbert, MississippiAce OLB Dontari Poe, Florida StateAce DE Solomon Thomas, StanfordAce TE Zach Ertz, PhiladelphiaAce QB Dak Prescott, Mississippi StateBusts:WR Marqise Lee, USCAce C Ryan Kelly, Notre DameAce DB Stephon Tuitt, USCBust:WR Rashard Higgins, FloridaGiants WR Odell Beckham Jr., New York GiantsAce SS Marshon Lattimore, Ohio StateBUST:DE Malik McDowell, OhioState DT Anthony Barr, WisconsinBUSTs:RB Mike Davis, UtahBust WR Devin Funchess, Virginia TechBUST CB Tre’Davious White, LSUBUST DT D.J. Swearinger, OhioBUST LB Justin Durant, MichiganBUST OT D’Onta Foreman, TexasBUST S Kenny Clark, Kansas StateBUSH Eric Ebron, TennesseeBUST WR Corey Coleman, AlabamaBUST TE Zach Miller, Michigan StateBULLS Tyreek Hill, TennesseeTIGHT END Brandon Cottom, Penn StateBOLT Jake Matthews and OT Joe Dahl, Notre-DameSafeties Jabrill Peppers, Michigan, DT Aaron Donald, Florida, CB Marshon Lanning, Ohio, OLB Nick Bellore, Washington, S Ryan Robinson, OhioSource: ESPN Stats & InfoThe 2019 NFL Draft is set to begin on Thursday at 4 p.m.
ET, and will feature a number of first- and second-round picks as well as undrafted free agents.
The NFL has not released any roster announcements.