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Zygi Wilf Likely To Lose Civil Suit Over New Jersey Real Estate Financials
Published August 7, 2013
A DIFFERENT VIEW: In Minneapolis, Mike Kaszuba writes the case is "casting a new light" on Wilf. Bagley referred to it as a "private business matter," though the case at one point included allegations that the Wilfs diverted money from the project for "football related expenses" (Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 8/7). ESPN's Adam Schefter said, "It is a civil case, it is not a criminal case and therefore the league is not expected to take action against the Wilf family. However, it is a blight on their resume, it is damaging to their reputation that they've put together" ("NFL Live," ESPN, 8/6).