Former All-Pro Delvin Williams Sues NFL For Disability Benefits

Williams injuries have caused long-term issues including Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) symptoms. CTE is a disease that many medical doctors believe is caused by multiple concussive events. Williams was the first player to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season for teams from both the original AFL and NFL. Williams is a vested participant in the Bert Bell/Pete Rozelle NFL Players Retirement Plan. This Plan provides vested and eligible NFL players the right to retiremen

USWNT Prepares For Mediation After U.S. Soccer Claims Women Are Paid More Than Men

On March 8, 28 players filed a complaint in the US District Court in Los Angeles asserting that US Soccer practices gender-based pay-discrimination in their national team programs. The players allege that US Soccer has violated the Equal Pay Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. For more on the details of the case, check out USWNT Fight For Equality In The US While Taking On The World In The World Cup. Players allege in their complaint that US Soccer is not provi

U.S. Soccer Sued Over Denial Of Application To Bring Ecuadorian Game To U.S.

Recently, U.S. Soccer has been brought to court by the U.S. Women’s National team, and the North American Soccer League. In its complaint filed in New York, Relevent is accusing U.S. Soccer of violating its policies when the Federation did not approve an application to allow Relevent to host a regular-season game between two Ecuadorian league teams. Relevent Sports is a sport and entertainment company, in the business of promoting international soccer matches around the world