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The legal fight apparently has begun. Attorneys for Minnesota defensive tackles Kevin Williams and Pat Williams are seeking a temporary restraining order to lift their four-game suspensions.
The Star Tribune reported the players took their case Wednesday afternoon to Hennepin County District Court in downtown Minneapolis. Judge Gary Larson is presiding.
Details were not immediately available, nor was it clear how quickly Larson might rule. But the important fact is that the players are leaving no stone unturned in their effort to fight the NFL's discipline.
We will keep you updated as news warrants.