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Browns center JC Tretter elected to second term as NFLPA president

Cleveland Browns center JC Tretter is back for a second term.

Tretter was unanimously re-elected as NFL Players Association president.

Elected for his first term in March of 2020 to succeed sitting president Eric Winston, who was not up for re-election after he did not play in 2019, Tretter has piloted the NFLPA through stormy waters alongside NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith. As noted by NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, Tretter has led the players through two seasons amid the COVID-19 pandemic and played under league protocols without a single game lost.

Much as he's done for the Browns offensive line, Tretter brings stability to the NFLPA's top player post. Tretter, 31, has started and played in 80 of a possible 81 games in his five seasons with Cleveland.

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