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Landmark CTE Case Might Bring Liability to NCAA

Landmark CTE Case Might Bring Liability to NCAA

by Chloe Clifford, Staff Writer Many Americans find football to be a focal point of their autumn and winter, with Thanksgiving pick-up games to fantasy leagues. While football may be a positive hobby for some, for others it is a terrifying reminder of what caused their loved ones to change […]

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Brian Flores v. NFL

Brian Flores v. NFL

By Jenna McGreevy, Staff Writer On February 1, 2022, Brian Flores filed a class-action complaint with 40 other John Doe coaches against the National Football League (NFL), specifically naming the New York Giants, Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos.[1] The complaint alleges the NFL is “rife with racism”, particularly related to the […]

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NFL Injury and Franchise Tag Considerations

NFL Injury and Franchise Tag Considerations

Photo provided courtesy of Pixabay.com. NFL Injury and Franchise Tag Considerations Christina Pici  In November of 2018, I wrote a Juris Article titled “NFL Contracts and a Glimpse into Le’Veon Bell’s Contract Dispute.” The focus of this article was Le’Veon Bell’s contract dispute with the Steelers. For those unfamiliar with […]

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NCAA Avoids Major Transformation in Amateur Athletics

  By Nick Frost, Staff Writer The National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) could have been in for a major destabilization of its amateur system — and it was not because of the landmark 2015 Ninth Circuit decision O’Bannon v. NCAA.[1] (The U.S. Supreme Court declined[2] to pick up petitions from […]

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