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NFLPA's Kessler Says Union Has Ample Evidence Of Collusion By NFL
Published May 23, 2012
Kessler added that the union was "stunned" that NFL officials and spokespeople were talking about what he said was evidence of collusion in the press. Kessler said that the evidence the NFLPA has, prior to discovery, was far greater than what the MLBPA had when it pursued and won a collusion case against MLB club owners in the '80s. "The amount of evidence is extraordinary without any discovery," he said.