Throughout the winter, there have been hints that the Washington Redskins aren't quite ready to give up in their battle with the NFL over unreasonable salary cap sanctions handed down by league last year. Now it appears that the team might indeed be prepared to take legal action in order to flex its muscle against Roger Goodell and company.
As a result, the 2013 offseason schedule could be thrown into disarray.
Citing a pair of unnamed sources with knowledge of such conversations, Mark Maske of the Washington Post reports that the Redskins are considering going to court in an attempt to gain an injunction that would delay the start of free agency.
Both said that the Redskins have compelling arguments they could make in an attempt to convince a judge that they would suffer irreparable harm if they are not granted an injunction. But others familiar with the case have said they don't believe the Redskins have legal arguments that weren't already considered, and rejected, by an arbitrator.
Could the Washington Redskins Force a Delay to the Start of Free Agency?
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