Several of the NFL's stars vociferously stated their plans to vote against the proposed CBA, while others expressed full support and urged their colleagues to do the same. The NFLPA said in a statement that the voting will remain open until Saturday at 11:59 p.m. ET.
"Health and Wellness of our men is always the most important aspect," San Francisco 49ers veteran cornerback Richard Sherman tweeted. "There is no price you can put on that and that is why I Voted No."
Others, such as New York Giants offensive lineman Nate Solder, supported the deal, saying it benefits the league's "core players" who make significantly less money than the stars who have opposed it.
Here's our unofficial tally of NFL players who have made their votes known via social media (note: some tweets were made prior to Thursday). This is not meant to be a full representation of the vote among the more than 2,000 NFL players. It's important to note that it will take a majority of the players to approve the CBA, and this file is merely an unofficial tally of players who have made their votes known via social media.
And, we'll aim to update as more players share their voting intentions.
Yes | No
Unofficial social media vote: Yes
Thomas Morstead, New Orleans Saints punter
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Miami Dolphins quarterback
Jake McQuaide, L.A. Rams long-snapper
Devon Kennard, Detroit Lions linebacker
Nate Solder, New York Giants offensive tackle
Sam Acho, Tampa Bay Buccaneers outside linebacker
Ramon Foster, Pittsburgh Steelers guard
Chase Daniel, Chicago Bears quarterback
Unofficial social media vote: No
Eric Reid, Carolina Panthers safety
Kayvon Webster, Washington Redskins cornerback
Taylor Lewan, Tennessee Titans offensive tackle
Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks quarterback
Stefon Diggs, Minnesota Vikings wide receiver
J.J. Watt, Houston Texans defensive end
Todd Gurley, L.A. Rams running back
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers quarterback
Richard Sherman, San Francisco 49ers cornerback
Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh Steelers center
Chris Harris Jr., Denver Broncos cornerback
Kenny Stills, Houston Texans wide receiver
Derek Wolfe, Denver Broncos defensive end
Lane Taylor, Green Bay Packers guard
Aaron Donald, L.A. Rams defensive tackle
Damon Harrison, free agent nose tackle
Cameron Jordan, New Orleans Saints defensive end
Kenyan Drake, Arizona Cardinals running back
Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver
Jarvis Landry, Cleveland Browns wide receiver
Kenny Vaccaro, Tennessee Titans wide receiver
Corey Peters, Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle
Eric Ebron, Indianapolis Colts tight end
Anthony Barr, Minnesota Vikings linebacker
Joe Mixon, Cincinnati Bengals running back
Doug Middleton, Jacksonville Jaguars safety
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