Don’t say we didn’t warn you, NFL.
“We think that this is a pretty straightforward matter,” said Michael Avenatti of Eagan Avenatti, which is representing the fans, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “People did not obtain what they were told they were going to get.”
They are seeking $5 million in damages for the plaintiffs, but that number can be tripled under the state’s trade law.
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