“I don’t think De [Smith] should be completely unopposed,” the player said. “I think it’s good to hear other viewpoints, too. . . . I think it’s fair and probably smarter to have a few qualified candidates pitching their own ideas and then comparing them alongside what De is trying to accomplish. … We all know this is about the long-term health of our union – for us and for guys playing 10, 20, 30 years from now.”

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