According to ESPN, the NFL Players Association has filed a lawsuit against the NFL on behalf of Will Smith, Anthony Hargrove and Scott Fujita after commissioner Roger Goodell rejected their appeals in connection with the New Orleans Saints bounty investigation. The NFLPA filed suit in a federal court in New Orleans Thursday morning claiming Goodell violated the league's collective bargaining agreement by showing he had already decided Smith, Hargrove and Fujita participated in the bounty program before serving as arbitrator at their hearing.
The NFL Players Association has filed a lawsuit on behalf of three players who were suspended by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell following an investigation into the New Orleans Saints bounty program. The lawsuit filed on behalf of Wi... Read Post
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has followed through on his bounty suspensions for Jonathan Vilma, Anthony Hargrove, Will Smith and Scott Fujita. The NFL officially announced the decision on Tuesday. Four players – Scott Fujita, Anth... Read Post
NFLPA files lawsuit on behalf of players against NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) as expected has filed a lawsuit in a federal court on behalf of three players who have been sus... Read Post