(Washington, DC) — The NFLPA is ready to vote on the new collective bargining agreement. ESPN reports that the 11-member player board is scheduled to meet and vote on the proposed collective bargining agreement Monday in Washington, DC. If the board accepts the new CBA some players can report to training camp as early as Wednesday. After the board okay’s the agreement, the 32 player representatives must recertify and approve the CBA. NFL owners approved the new 10-year CBA on Thursday.