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Three Star NFL QBs Agree To Be Plaintiffs In Antitrust Lawsuit
Published March 3, 2011
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It is not clear exactly what claims the union would make in the lawsuit, but the plaintffs are expected to include Manning, Brees and Brady, as well as a lot of other NFL players that "people would not expect," one source said. Attempts to reach Tom Condon, who represents Manning and Brees, Brady’s agent Don Yee and NFLPA Assistant Exec Dir for External Affairs George Atallah were unsuccessful.