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NFLPA Reps Discuss Changes To Way Players Receive Paychecks
Published March 23, 2012
Players are also expected to vote on Mawae’s successor on Sunday, and Mawae said he did not know who would run or who would win. Mawae: “That is the beauty of a democratic process. Anybody can run and anybody can win. I am not endorsing anybody. My feeling is that if a guy has the heart to serve the players and do it with the right intent, then go for it. The players can decide who they want as their leader.” Exec Committee member Domonique Foxworth, who is a friend of Mawae’s and who ran against him for the president’s position in '10, is seen by some in the industry, including agents, as a favorite to win the post. Asked about Foxworth's chances, Mawae said, “That talk started six years ago when he was a player rep. It is no secret that he would be great, just as anybody else would.”