Retirees dismiss case against NFL
MINNEAPOLIS -- A group of retired players has decided to dismiss its lawsuit against the NFL now that the lockout is over.
Hall of Famer Carl Eller, Priest Holmes and several other retired players had accused the players' union and the NFL of illegally negotiating terms of a collective bargaining agreement on their behalf.
The NFLPA agreed to have the retired players join their antitrust lawsuit against the league when the lockout first began in the spring. Eller was a prominent figure ...
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