NFL world reacts to CBA vote: The good, the bad and the ugly

NFL players approve proposed CBA (2:02)

Adam Schefter breaks down how the NFL players approved the proposed CBA by a close vote and what the new agreement means for everyone involved. (2:02)

NFL players have voted, and a new collective bargaining agreement will keep NFL labor peace through at least 2030. What are NFL players, former players and those associated with the league saying about the passing of the vote?

The vote to approve by the NFL players passed by a close margin: 1,019-959. Approval required a majority of the players voting.

As news of the vote spread Sunday morning, many took to social media to describe their thoughts and emotions, ranging from anger to acceptance to confusion over the voter turnout.

Odell Beckham Jr., Cleveland Browns wide receiver

Richard Sherman, San Francisco 49ers cornerback

Malcolm Jenkins, Philadelphia Eagles safety

Eric Ebron, Indianapolis Colts tight end

JC Tretter, Cleveland Browns center and new NFLPA players' president

Darius Leonard, Indianapolis Colts linebacker

Ryan Clark, ESPN analyst and former NFL safety

Allen Robinson, Chicago Bears wide receiver

Sam Acho, Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker

Cameron Jordan, New Orleans Saints defensive end

Tom Brady, New England Patriots quarterback

Damien Woody, ESPN analyst and former NFL guard

Shawne Merriman, former NFL linebacker

Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore Ravens cornerback

Brandon McManus, Denver Broncos place-kicker

Will Compton, Las Vegas Raiders linebacker

Bo Scaife, former NFL tight end

Dan Orlovsky, ESPN analyst and former NFL quarterback

Ryan Harris, former NFL offensive tackle

Kenyan Drake, Arizona Cardinals running back

Ben Watson, New England Patriots tight end

Eric Reid, Carolina Panthers safety

Donté Stallworth, former NFL wide receiver

Michael Campanaro, former NFL wide receiver

Torrey Smith, former NFL wide receiver

Kyle Long, former Bears guard

Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints receiver

Antonio Cromartie, former NFL cornerback

Emmanuel Acho, ESPN analyst and former NFL linebacker

Darrelle Revis, former NFL cornerback

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