Retired NFL players remain unhappy

Today's docket: Suing winning lawyers, an ethics investigation and latest on Vick judge

Updated: August 12, 2010, 8:38 PM ET
By Lester Munson | ESPN.com

They went to the U.S. Congress and demanded action. They ripped their own union. They confronted their league's commissioner. They were personal in their attacks. They described their plights in news conferences marked by self-pity and tears. And, now, they are suing the only people who ever accomplished anything for them -- the law firm that won a stunning $28.1 million for them in a jury verdict in a challenging case.

They are retired NFL players whose rage knows no ...

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