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November 10, 2017

Today's Ezekiel Elliott ruling left people scratching their heads after a contentious round robin in an appellate court today where it seemed the Judges were giving the NFL a hard time over its insistence that Elliott serve his suspension before his case is even heard. 

Yet, despite several Judges giving the impression that they didn't buy into the NFL's need for an immediate suspension, an hour later they gave the NFL the relief it sought and rejected Elliott's moti...

November 5, 2017

Despite a report this morning from ESPN stating that Ezekiel Elliott's attorneys are "trying to settle case with NFL," legal sources directly involved with the case say there is no truth to this report. Elliott who is represented by the NFL Players Association is not exploring settlement options for a reduced suspension at this juncture. I have confirmed that Elliott's personal attorneys are also not involved in any settlement talks either. It is unclear where ESPN...

November 2, 2017

It’s happened. The Ezekiel Elliott case has surpassed Deflategate. For those who never thought it was possible, substance now rules over form.

Why would an off-the-field domestic violence case attract more attention than a football scandal accusing the League’s poster boy quarterback (Tom Brady) of rigging the game? There have been countless domestic violence scandals in football, and none have detracted this much from the sport. 

It’s because Elliott’s case is not ab...

October 31, 2017

Yesterday New York district Judge Katherine Failla delivered a stunning blow to Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott and the NFLPA by reinstating his suspension. She also delivered a roaring victory for the NFL on every one of its arguments.

Many legal minds, myself included, were stunned by this decision especially since two weeks ago Failla’s colleague Judge Paul Crotty placed Elliott’s suspension on hold citing “serious questions” over the fairness of the NFL’s ar...

October 31, 2017

Today’s hearing was all about whether NY Judge Katherine Failla should keep a hold on Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension and let him play until she has a chance to hear and decide the case where the Players Association is challenging the entire suspension. If she decides yes, he will likely play the whole season because it will take months to go through discovery, set a trial date and answer motions back and forth. If she decides no, the NFL can suspend him right away. No...

October 19, 2017

Suspension on, suspension off, suspension on, suspension off - that's been the crazy timeline in a domestic violence disciplinary process that has rocked footb

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Major League Baseball trying to hoodwink players with 'Rev Share' proposal

May 25, 2020

James Dolan's Attorneys Ask Court to Dismiss Oakley Suit

November 14, 2017

College Basketball Scandal: Adidas Exec. sees major charges dropped, could face probation, others likely cooperating

November 13, 2017

Ezekiel Elliott out until December 1st maybe longer

November 10, 2017

Packers Coach Mike McCarthy & Texans Coach Bill O’Brien Guaranteed To Be On Witness List in Kaepernick Case

November 8, 2017

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