Bears chairman George McCaskey voted no against NFL's 17th game

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George McCaskey voted no against NFL's 17th game originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

The NFL announced Tuesday the league would be extending the regular season to 17 games and three preseason games starting this year.

NFL owners attended the Annual League Meeting virtually and agreed to an additional game, but one familiar face did not.

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Bears chairman George H. McCaskey voted against the 17th game, per ESPN's Seth Wickersham. McCaskey is the only owner known to have voted against the game, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

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The league also pushed the Super Bowl back a week to fit the extra game into the regular season.

The Bears will face the Las Vegas Raiders for the 17th matchup at Allegiant Stadium.

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