John Clayton was able to get ahold of some provisions in the CBA offer from the players to the owners. Here they are. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=clayton_john&id=2358857 These two provisions seem, to me, to be bad moves for the players. In both cases, I think it will mean smaller signing bonuses for players because the bonuses can't be stretched out more over the length of the contract. Also, the 2nd one seems to be basically saying that contracts will be limited to 5 years after the 2007 season. While its not written in stone, limiting the proration to 5 years means teams are less likely to offer large bonuses because they can't pro-rate them as long.