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According to Mark Maske of the Washington Post, the NFL filed a grievance last week accusing the NFLPA of advising running backs to fake or exaggerate injuries as a negotiating tactic...
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Unicorn Milk9 months
It sure seems like they have some evidence of it, so why not just cut the head of the snake off and make the rest of them fall in line? Most likely because they found a widespread abuse of the practice and the disruption would be major for the league if they did more than just send a warning.
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tygeray9 months
It’s a way to hold out without being fined.
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Soft_Parade9 months
Not the best timing by the NFL. Chubb's injury in primetime should silence this grievance.
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Salty Spec9 months
So Chubb????
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eiasjsf9 months
Maybe I'm misunderstanding something, but wouldn't that cause a team to negotiate to pay less money to the player?
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Jay Quest9 months
I believe the ploy is designed for the team to know the injury is being faked. A real injury might diminish value but a fake injury heals quickly when dollars are tossed at it.
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