Ex-NCAA Player Hits $75M Concussion Settlement, Fires Atty

Law360, New York (June 10, 2015, 7:16 PM EDT) -- Former Eastern Illinois University football player Adrian Arrington, a lead plaintiff in the litigation against NCAA for student athletes' concussion related injuries and ailments, said Tuesday that he "never agreed" to a $75 million settlement and that he terminated his attorney. 

Former NCAA football player Adrian Arrington wants a court to reject to the organization's $75 million concussion settlement. (Credit: AP) Arrington said in a statement Tuesday that he has terminated his attorney and called on the Illinois federal judge considering the settlement to reject it. Arrington's former attorney Joseph Siprut of Siprut PC, said in his own statement that Arrington "apparently adopted...

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