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NFLPA Affirms Its Licensing Rights In Wake Of Gertzog's Comments
Published March 21, 2011
|Keith Gordon says NFL locked out |
sponsors along with players
Gordon said, "Statements made by the NFL regarding the NFLPA's licensing and marketing business, particularly those of its senior business counsel Gary Gertzog, are factually incorrect." Gertzog in this week’s SportsBusiness Journal questioned NFL Players' rights to sign group player licensing deals now that the NFLPA has decertified as a union and is operating as a trade association.
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