SI.com's legal analyst Michael McCann explains what repercussions the NFL, Jerry Jones and commissioner Goodell could face for displacing hundreds of fans during the Super Bowl.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell took responsibility for the seating issues at Super Bowl XLV in Arlington, Texas saying the Cowboys were not responsible for leaving hundreds of fans without seats and restricted views for the event
A Dallas jury ordered to the National Football League to pay almost $76,000 to compensate fans who had seating problems at Super Bowl XLV at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, but said the league but did not commit fraud.
It’s safe to assume that the NFL will suspend Garrett for a period of time after he struck Rudolph. Could there be any criminal charges filed?
Josh McDaniels reminded us that nothing is legally binding until pen is put to paper on a contract. But can the Colts take any legal action against the Patriots' offensive coordinator?