The $4 Billion Question: Fate of NFL TV Money in Judge’s Hands

Feb 25, 2011  •  Post A Comment

The fate of the $4 billion dollars that flow from broadcast and cable networks into the coffers of the National Football League is in the hands of a U.S. District Judge for the moment, reports Bloomberg.

According to the story, "The NFL Players Association wants U.S. District Judge David Doty in Minneapolis to overturn an arbitrator’s decision allowing the league to keep the broadcast rights fees that the union says were improperly negotiated so owners would receive money from networks even if there’s a work stoppage that cancels games in the 2011 season."

The judge has siad he will rule quickly in the case, the story says. 

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