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Tagliabue To Issue Bounty Ruling; Players Reject Settlements
Published December 10, 2012
This comes after the NFL on Friday told the NFLPA it would offer settlements to the players, but the offers on Saturday were "quickly rejected by all parties." La Canfora: "It wasn’t close to enough to get these players to walk away from this case. In some cases, it would include reduced suspensions but them still having to pay fines on future game checks" (“The NFL Today,” CBS, 12/9).