Judge expects to issue ruling July 22
PHILADELPHIA -- A federal judge in Philadelphia plans to rule next month on whether former players can sue the National Football League over concussion-related injuries.
The NFL wants the complaints handled in arbitration, not in court.
Lawyers for more than 4,200 players say in their lawsuits that the league hid the known risks of concussions and rushed players back into the game.
Senior U.S. District Judge Anita Brody says she expects to issue her ruling July 22 on whether ...
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