One Sunday night explaining a rule that theoretically gives the Commissioner the power to order processing because the drug for extraordinary unfair results has obviously fueled a case and census.
Via WDSU.com, a lawyer from New Orleans, has filed a lawsuit to force Commissioner Roger Guell to refer to Rule 17 of the official rules and to repeat NFC Championship's balance sheet when Rams Nickell's defender Robey-Coleman destroyed without consequences
Attorney in New Orleans, Frank Amico, also issued a press release which copied and pasted the PFT's original story into a question without attribution. (Let's hope that Amico's legal skills far outstretch his abilities.)
Lafayette's law office informed the NFL that litigation could be avoided
Lawsuits like this very rarely predominate. But the League will have to put the points on some of them and cross some of them to get out of it, especially since the Amico case will undoubtedly seek emergency relief aimed at forcing the sheep and the saints to gather in New Orleans for the last 1:49 of the regulation, with a score tied to 20, and the saints who had the first down in Los Angeles five.
Given that the lawsuit has been filed with the Louisiana State Court, publicly elected local judges may be inclined to take more favorable terms. look at this, forcing NFLs to potentially climb through appellate courts and / or federal courts to avoid what can begin as a half-joke and quickly become a deadly-serious problem for the league. As a minimum, a state court judge could force the NFL to come out of hiding and answer questions about what happened on Sunday when rule 17 applies and why it should not apply here.