After the union field a grievance last week against the NFL over changes to the NFL personal conduct policy, Players Association president
NFL owners unanimously approved the changes in December.
"We have an agreement with the league and they have an agreement with us," Winston said, per the Associated Press. "We're going to hold them to that agreement. Many aspects of this policy fall outside of the CBA and we're going to continue fighting it going forward."
"The league's revised conduct policy was the product of a tremendous amount of analysis and work and is based on input from a broad and diverse group of experts within and outside of football, including current players, former players, and the NFL Players Association," the league said in a statement last week.
"We and the public firmly believe that all NFL personnel should be held accountable to a stronger, more effective conduct policy. Clearly, the union does not share that belief."
Winston signed a one-year deal with the Seahawks after the Cardinals failed to re-sign him. Winston has started 119 games in a row, a streak that is obviously now in serious jeopardy unless he catches on elsewhere.
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