The Washington Times - July 25, 2011, 02:05PM

The 32 player representatives to the NFL Players Association on Monday afternoon unanimously approved a labor agreement that will end the owners’ lockout and ensure labor peace for the foreseeable future.

NFLPA assistant executive director for external affairs George Atallah announced the results of the vote on his Twitter account.

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The NFL is expected Monday afternoon to release the official timeline for restarting league business, which has been on hold since the lockout began on March 12. The Redskins are expected to follow that announcement by releasing an official training camp schedule.

Stay tuned for more details, but for now you may rejoice that the NFL is back.