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The ‘Industrial Disease’ of the NFL and the Settlement that Sidelines Some Players

June 17, 2016

"The line into the federal courthouse in Philadelphia was so long that November morning in 2014 that a judge had assigned a special security detail to manage the crowd. Taking their places inside a courtroom were top litigators from around the country, along with retired NFL players and their families, all waiting their turn for airtime in front of a federal judge considering whether to approve one of the largest, most controversial settlements in history."

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