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NFLPA disputes story, 'Broke' claims

Updated: October 4, 2012, 9:26 PM ET
ESPN.com

The NFL Players Association, in a post on its website, said that its program to register financial advisers does not create revenue for the organization, and that fees it charges for the program have increased because of more comprehensive background checks rather than as a way to make additional money.

The letter was in response to a column written by Darren Rovell for ESPN.com and comments Rovell made during the ESPN "30 for 30" documentary "Broke," which aired Tuesday night.

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