the previous cba afforded GODell the same power. I'll refer you to big Ben. No proof, no arrest, no prosecution. He may be a royal d bag, but he never was arrested or charged, but got suspended.
Originally Posted by GoBigOrGoHome
The previous cba also contained similar language to pay for play as this one. That's where breach of contract comes into play. It's categorized as an on field issue. Hence why were where we are in the matter.
You may disagree with the way the league has passed out their evidence, but its all within their rights.
After reading the link you posted about the oj case would you disagree, that giving them less is more? I'm certain the laws of evidentiary discovery played a large part in oj's trial. It's only a piece of that fd up puzzle, but it plays a part. Why not restrict what the defense knows till 3 days before the hearing? It's what any intelligent prosecutor would do. And the cba allows it..
"If I could start my life all over again, I would be a professional football player, and you damn well better believe I would be a Pittsburgh Steeler." Jack Lambert, 1990 HoF Introduction.