Raiders want NFL to arbitrate lawsuit
OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Oakland Raiders say a lawsuit filed by the team's cheerleaders, who claim they are being cheated out of wages and expenses, should be handled by league arbitration, not in a courtroom.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the team wants NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to handle arbitrating the lawsuit filed by the Raiderettes.
The cheerleaders are paid $125 per home game, or $1,250 per season, in a contract that includes hours of unpaid rehearsals, charity ...
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