The NFL and NFLPA plan to meet Saturday to negotiate the final pieces of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement, NFL Network's Albert Breer reported Friday.
The NFLPA, however, cannot collectively bargain certain issues until it has completed the recertification process to become a union again. Some teams have been voting, as the Patriots were the first to vote to recertify earlier in the week. More than half the players need to approve recertification.
The remaining matters that need to be bargained include drug testing, benefits and player discipline, according to Breer.