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NFL announces Harold Henderson will handle Ezekiel Elliott appeal

The first, and most important, decision regarding the Ezekiel Elliott has been made. The NFL has announced (as a practical matter) that Harold Henderson will handle the Elliott appeal. Under the labor deal, the Commissioner has the ability to handle the appeal personally or delegate it to someone else. Many believed Goodell would handle it [more]
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