Tuesday, March 1, 2011

BREAKING: Judge Sides With NFLPA In TV Revenue Case

A federal judge in Minneapolis has sided with the NFLPA in a dispute with the league over television revenue.

U.S. District Judge David Doty ruled that the league violated its agreement with the union in carving out $4 billion for itself in additional television revenue. The union had argued that the league was effectively stockpiling money to prepare for a lockout.

Doty overruled a "special master" who had sided with the league, and also ordered that a hearing be held to determine relief for the players.

Read the decision both short version and/or the link to the long version RIGHT HERE

No date on that hearing as of yet...

ESPN's Chris Mortensen discusses with Jay Harris...

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