posted by PaulNoonan at
Of the various arguments I heard TO and his supporters make, the one that sounded the most reasonable was that the deactivation would deprive TO of benefits of the job such as working with team trainers, receiving treatment, etc. But Bloch said in his ruling that the team specifically mentioned to him in the letter telling him he was suspended that he could schedule time to meet with trainers away from the team facility if he needed treatment.Bloch's ruling is devastating to Rosenhaus. He better be praying that no one circulates that thing to the University of Miami football team, or his client list is about to dry up. (And, of course, I realize that it's safe to say legal rulings aren't on the reading list of the football team at The U.)
By MDS, at 8:08 PM
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