The NFL is appealing a federal judge's ruling in the Adrian Peterson case. The league tells Pro Football Talk it disagrees with the decision to overturn Peterson's denied appeal and will have this latest ruling reviewed by the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday that U.S. District Judge David S. Doty has ruled in favor of Peterson , granting an NFL Players Association motion to vacate a previous ruling by Harold Henderson. "Petition to vacate the arbitration award was granted," Judge Doty remarked, according to Rapoport.
A bettor who has spent more than a decade pursuing the nearly $2.25 million he says he was owed at the time a controversial North Dakota account-deposit wagering outlet and rebate shop filed for bankruptcy, may have moved a step closer to collecting some or all of that money.
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