Sunday, December 21, 2014

Players' lawsuit no longer a hurdle

The 32 player representatives from each team voted unanimously Monday afternoon to send the settlement plan to their plaintiffs in the players' lawsuit against the league, according to the NFLPA. With the plaintiffs expected to sign off on the deal, the path is officially cleared for an end to the lockout that began March 12.

Players' lawsuit no longer a hurdle

The 32 player representatives from each team voted unanimously Monday afternoon to send the settlement plan to their plaintiffs in the players' lawsuit against the league, according to the NFLPA. With the plaintiffs expected to sign off on the deal, the path is officially cleared for an end to the lockout that began March 12.

More coverage
 
Eagles report card: Submit your grades
 
VOTE: Who is most to blame for three-game skid?
 
POLL: Cole or Murray: Whose broken hand hurt his team more?
 
WIN: Make picks in our weekly pro football contest
 
DOWNLOAD: Philly Pro Football app
 
FORUMS: Will the Eagles repeat as NFC East champs?
 
Latest NFL odds
 
Buy Eagles jerseys and other gear
About this blog
Birds' Eye View is the Inquirer's blog covering all things Philadelphia Eagles and the NFL.

Jeff McLane Inquirer Staff Writer
Zach Berman Inquirer Staff Writer
Latest Videos:
Also on Philly.com:
Stay Connected