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

Inside NHL Salary Arbitration And The 40 Players Who Have Filed

July is one of the most critical months on the calendar for NHL players, agents and GMs. July 1 rings in a new league year and the opening of free agency. This year the NHL saw 125 unrestricted free agent players sign for a total of $700 million on July 1 alone. While July 1 gets the headlines, an equally important date in July often gets overlooked. July 5, the filing date for salary arbitration, has proven to be an important date for any club looking to sign its best player

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