The attorneys for quarterback Colin Kaepernick are in search of to conduct a deposition with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell as a part of Kaepernick’s collusion grievance, based on an individual accustomed to the case.
The request to depose Goodell comes along with the requests for depositions with a number of homeowners of NFL groups, together with the Dallas Cowboys’ Jerry Jones and the Houston Texans’ Robert McNair, and for sure groups’ digital communications involving Kaepernick.
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The need to depose Goodell was first reported by ESPN, which additionally reported that Kaepernick’s legal professionals are in search of to conduct depositions with just a few officers from the league workplace.
The NFL declined to remark.
Kaepernick’s grievance accuses NFL groups of colluding to maintain him out of the league. He has remained unsigned since opting out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers after final season. He started the gamers’ motion of protesting throughout the nationwide anthem final season.
The grievance could be heard and resolved by Stephen B. Burbank, a University of Pennsylvania regulation professor. Kaepernick is being represented within the grievance by Los Angeles-based lawyer Mark J. Geragos and the NFL Players Association has supplied its badist.
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