I know, I know… the world has been through a lot over the last few months.
The NFL’s concussion crisis, the devastating loss of star quarterback Matthew Stafford, the collapse of the NFL’s domestic violence policy, the sudden resignation of former CEO Jeff Pash, the NFLPA’s refusal to negotiate with the league, and so on.
It has been a hell of a time for sports fans, and it is a hell for the NFL, too.
And that’s before you even get to the fact that the NFL is being sued by a former player and former player agent who alleges the league engaged in illegal, unprofessional conduct.
And it is only getting worse.
The league’s legal team filed suit in California yesterday, alleging that a number of players and agents defrauded the league out of millions of dollars in fees, and that the league’s attorneys knowingly misled players and their families.
It’s a serious accusation, and while the NFL has denied any wrongdoing, it’s a charge that will likely prove to be a significant stumbling block for the league moving forward.
The suit also alleges that players received payments from the league to play, and then pocketed the money.
That could be a serious breach of the players’ contract, which states the NFL cannot be held liable for the performance of any player in the NFL.
This is where the NFL attorneys and their lawyer come in.
According to the NFL statement, the lawsuit was filed “to challenge the NFL Players Association’s attempts to limit or stop the litigation.”
It’s not clear what that means, but it could mean that the lawsuit has been amended to include more players and players’ agents, who the NFL says it will pursue to get answers to questions that the plaintiffs have raised.
The lawsuit does not say what kind of information the plaintiffs want to receive.
But, the statement says, the league and its lawyers “are willing to provide documents, testimony, evidence, and other information to support the allegations contained in the lawsuit.”
There is no indication that any of that will be forthcoming.
It is unclear whether the league will be able to collect from the players for the alleged losses of millions, or if it will just settle the case.
Either way, it appears that the legal proceedings are the next big thing to happen for the sports world.
We’ve been told that the new lawsuit will focus on how the NFL failed to properly vet the players who are involved in the suit.
We don’t know yet what the league plans to do about the lawsuits.
There have been plenty of legal cases filed against the NFL in the past.
It was the NFL that drafted players and coaches and coaches’ families into the NFL as a way to protect them.
There has also been a lot of controversy over the way the league handled the Colin Kaepernick saga.
It had to admit that the player was guilty of “conduct detrimental to the league,” and was fined $50,000 for his actions.
The players’ union also sued the NFL for its actions in 2016, alleging it “failed to protect its players from the NFL.”
It is also clear that the union will be looking for any way to recoup some of the money it lost in the Kaepernick scandal.
But that may be difficult, because it is unclear if any of the athletes involved in this suit have actually been paid by the NFL at all.
If the lawsuits succeed, it could lead to a lot more lawsuits against the league.
And the NFL may have to defend itself in court.
That will be a tricky legal case for the organization.
It could have the NFL playing defense in front of the courts for a long time, because the NFL players union is asking for millions in damages, and the NFL isn’t willing to let that happen.
There is also the issue of the league not properly vetting the players involved.
That is something the league has been accused of doing, as well, by former players and by some of its former players themselves.
There was a lot about the process that went into the vetting process that the players are now claiming is not right.
This lawsuit could be one of the most significant challenges to the integrity of the game that the lawyers will have to confront for a very long time.
The New York Post has more on the case: The lawsuit is seeking to invalidate the terms of a $60 million settlement the NFL reached with the players union in 2016.
The agreement was made after the league fired Kaepernick for taking a knee during the national anthem in protest of police brutality and racism.
The deal said the league would pay Kaepernick’s legal fees and expenses of the lawsuit.
However, the players have argued the league was trying to make money off of Kaepernick, who was released by the team after the season, and said the settlement was a violation of his contract.
The settlement was negotiated under the guise that Kaepernick was a “person of interest,” and therefore the league had no right to terminate him because of