NFL Players Union Says Drug Suspension Row Has No Legs

Law360, New York (February 1, 2017, 8:42 PM EST) -- Philadelphia Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson alleged facts that do not show the purported actions, or inaction, of the NFL Players Association caused him to be slapped with a 10-game drug policy suspension last season, the union recently told an Ohio federal court in pressing for the case's toss.

Having raised jurisdictional issues and agreed with the NFL that Ohio federal court is improper for the case, the NFLPA sought the outright dismissal of claims against it on Friday. Johnson had hit the NFL and the...
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