NFL Wants End To Claims Of 2010 Salary Cap Collusion

Law360, Los Angeles (September 24, 2014, 9:36 PM EDT) -- The National Football League on Wednesday called for the end of a suit that was first dismissed in 2012, asking a Minnesota judge to nix players’ claims that teams colluded to stunt salaries during the uncapped 2010 season, saying the case should be closed “once and for all.”

Because the players had decided on their own to release the collusion claims in an August 2011 collective bargaining agreement, they should not now be allowed to revive those claims in court, the NFL argued.

What’s more, the president of the NFL Players’ Association in a February 2013 news conference said that the...

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