- Associated Press - Sunday, June 8, 2014

TORONTO (AP) - The Canadian Football League and CFL Players’ Association have reached a tentative deal Saturday on a new collective bargaining agreement, averting a potential strike.

The deal is pending ratification by the league’s board of governors and the players, the CFL and the players’ association said Saturday night in a joint statement announcing the agreement.

The league has been without a collective bargaining agreement since May 29.

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