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Will NCAA Pay Players?: Electronic Arts Dismissed from Lawsuit

Will NCAA Pay Players?: Electronic Arts Dismissed from Lawsuit
SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge has dismissed video game maker Electronic Arts Inc. from a high-profile antitrust lawsuit challenging the NCAA’s long-standing prohibition against paying student athletes for their performance. But U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken on Monday refused to drop the bulk of the case, which accuses the NCAA and its marketing company... Read more »

NFL Lockout Lifted; NFL Seeks Appeal for Pro Player Ruling

NFL Lockout Lifted; NFL Seeks Appeal for Pro Player Ruling
Drew Brees leaving Minnesota courthouse March 11. Chad, you can stop your MLS soccer aspirations. Ray Edwards, put down your boxing gloves. Today, U.S. District Court Judge Susan Richard Nelson granted NFL players their motion for a preliminary injunction, therefore lifting the lockout that was imposed by owners on March 12. The NFL issued a... Read more »