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Kirshenbaum, Jerry
November 1992
Sports Illustrated;11/16/92, Vol. 77 Issue 21, p13
Reports on more legal skirmishes by the NFL in the federal court of Minneapolis. Putting stubbornness ahead of sanity; Past legal loss by the NFL against the NFL Players Association; Time to negotiate a settlement; Various issues resulting in adverse legal effects on the league; Legal costs incurred by the league owners; Makes one wonder.


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