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NFLPA’s outside lawyer says league has not provided “substantial evidence” of player involvement

The NFL has circulated a transcript of Thursday morning’s media conference call with Mary Jo White, a former federal prosecutor who has been hired by the league to review the evidence regard the Saints’ bounty program. The NFLPA’s outside counsel, former prosecutor Richard Smith of Fulbright & Jaworski, wasn’t impressed with Ms. White’s characterization of…
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