Timeline of Eller Lawsuit and NFL Lockout Developments

Retired players’ activist Dave Pear’s blog has an informative timeline of the Carl Eller lawsuit and efforts to get a seat at the table in the National Football League lockout talks: http://davepear.com/blog/2011/07/retired-players-benefits-pensions-lawsuit/.

Incidentally, to correct what this blog stated earlier, Irv Cross, the former defensive back and CBS commentator, is not a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. However, in 2009, the Hall awarded Cross the Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award to honor his career in television.

 

Irv Muchnick

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Irv’s Tweets

  • RT @TJQuinnESPN: I have this mashup in my head of Jimmy Breslin singing Chuck Berry songs. Kind of overwhelming. 5 days ago
  • RT @Colm_Keaveney: Justine McCarthy moves and nudges us all on a little in todays Sunday Times. A brave story about an Irish family. https:… 5 days ago
  • RT @daveyhannigan: Jimmy Breslin's column the night John Lennon was killed nydailynews.com/news/national/… 5 days ago
  • (2/2) Dad and I looked through his old files, in vain, for the auto insurance application signed by Charles Edward Anderson Berry. 1 week ago
  • (1/2) The great Chuck Berry died on what would have been my father's 99th birthday. Dad sold Berry auto insurance before he was famous. 1 week ago
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