NFL Battles Controversial Redo Request In Concussion Deal

Law360 (February 18, 2020, 8:57 PM EST) -- The NFL is again blasting a retired player’s request for a do-over after his concussion settlement claim was denied, reiterating arguments that the closely watched episode had deep procedural flaws and was a "waste of judicial resources."

In a brief filed Tuesday, the NFL said Amon Gordon’s latest attempt to reverse a July decision upholding the denial of his $1.5 million dementia claim is “devoid of any legitimate ground for this court to revisit” that order.

The uncapped settlement entitles a class of nearly 20,000 retired players like Gordon to up to $5 million each if they can prove they suffer...

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