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Thousands Of Former NFLers Opt Out Of Class Action Settlement
Published October 4, 2013
Eighteen players also are objecting to the settlement, meaning they can orally argue against the settlement at the October 17 final approval hearing. Those players who opted out can file lawsuits, though currently there is an injunction against such cases. A group of retirees filed an appeal with the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals seeking to allow such cases to proceed right away.