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NFLPA statement says league office continues to have “lack of integrity”

The National Football League Players Association issued a statement after Judge Amos L. Mazzant III ruled in Ezekiel Elliott‘s favor, blocking his suspension pending the outcome of the litigation filed by Elliott in Texas. The NFLPA’s statement reads: “Commissioner discipline will continue to be a distraction from our game for one reason: because NFL owners [more]
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