Representatives from the NFL Players Association plan to meet Tuesday night to discuss what went on at the nearly four-hour meeting with owners over a potential new collective bargaining agreement, a source told ESPN's Dan Graziano.
Union representatives from all 32 teams are at a hotel outside of Indianapolis and prepared to vote if need be, but it's unclear at this time whether they will vote tonight, the source said.
Directly after the meeting, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told reporters that "out of respect for the process, we're not going to comment further at this time."
NFL owners voted last week to approve the current CBA proposal, which is the result of 10 months of negotiating between players and owners. But enough players remain opposed to the idea of expanding the regular season from 16 to 17 games, so they delayed their own scheduled Friday vote until after they had a chance to meet with the owners face-to-face.
The current CBA expires in March 2021.