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NFLPA TO TAKE EAGLES OWNERSHIP TO ARBITRATION
Published September 29, 1994
The NFLPA and four Eagles players whose salaries were cut as much as 30% last month are taking the club to arbitration in an effort to regain lost wages. Attorney Shepard Goldfein of the NY Bar Association's Sports Law Committee is scheduled to arbitrate the case on October 11. According to NFLPA Asst Exec Dir Doug Allen, the union seeks to have salaries restored to previously negotiated figures (Kevin Mulligan, PHILA. DAILY NEWS, 9/28).