8.9 C
New York

Judge declines to remain Jon Gruden’s lawsuit against the NFL pending appeal of arbitration ruling

Published:

Getty Images

Jon Gruden officially has more wins this 12 months than the team he used to educate.

Daniel Kaplan of TheAthletic.com reports that the judge presiding over the previous Raiders coach’s case against the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell has refused to remain the litigation pending appeal of the denial of the league’s effort to force the case into arbitration.

The NFL filed its appeal last week.

Here’s what it means. Barring a right away appeal of the choice to not stay the case pending the opposite appeal, the litigation will proceed with the invention process. Documents and other information will likely be requested by Gruden. Depositions of key individuals, akin to Goodell and Commanders owner Daniel Snyder, will likely be arranged.

The NFL undoubtedly will attempt to fight that through any means available, because the league challenges the choice to maintain the case out of the key, rigged, kangaroo court into which the league tries to direct any claims ever made against the NFL and/or its franchises.

One of the vital necessary pieces of knowledge that can come to light if/when the litigation proceeds is the identity of the one who leaked the emails sent to former Commanders executive Bruce Allen.

sportinbits@gmail.com
sportinbits@gmail.comhttps://sportinbits.com
Get the latest Sports Updates (Soccer, NBA, NFL, Hockey, Racing, etc.) and Breaking News From the United States, United Kingdom, and all around the world.

Related articles

spot_img

Recent articles

spot_img