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Judge Ginger Berrigan Ruled Today in the Vilma v Goodell Case

 

Aug 5, 2011; Canton, OH; USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell (left) and NFLPA executive director Demaurice Smith hold the new CBA in front of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE

 

 

On September 7, 2012, Judge Ginger Berrigan ruled the Court will take no action at this time on pending matter. 

This means she will be in play while Commissioner Roger Goodell responds to the Burbank Appellate Ruling that he expeditiously handle the conduct detrimental portion of the Bounty players’ suspensions.

She becomes a de facto party to the proceedings and will essentially be watching over how the NFL rules in this matter.  All of these facts conspire to make both sides come together in a mutually beneficial (and face saving) settlement.

Topics: Judge Ginger Berrigan, New Orleans Saints, Saints Bounty, Vilma Vs Goodell

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  • Larry James

    Roger Goodell is not going to do the right thing I’m glad she watching to make sure he doing the right thing. He’s still looking at he’s the NFL commissioner and nobody going to tell me how to do my job. The Federal judge are going to have to stick Roger Goodell nose on a hot skillet before he understands.

  • Magyver

    Where is Roger’s left hand? Jus’ curious. They’re both grinning pretty big.