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NFL, Union Seeking Expedited Court Schedule For Brady Case

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 31 / 15

The NFL and NFLPA on Friday asked a N.Y. federal court judge to create an expedited court schedule so they can resolve the dispute over Tom Brady ’s suspension by Sept. 4, a week before the Sept. 10 start of the NFL season. The NFLPA had been expected to file an injunction motion in Judge Ri...

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