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Topic - Brian Rolapp
The NFL asked a federal judge Wednesday to deny the players' union bid to release details in a $4 billion TV revenue dispute, saying information should be kept confidential because it is commercially sensitive.
The NFL has asked the federal judge who ruled in favor of the NFL Players' Association on a TV revenue dispute to deny the union's request to release information from the case that the league wants kept confidential.
"Unsealing these documents would reveal to entities with whom we have, may have, or seek to have commercial relationships our internal thought processes relating to television programming and digital rights," Brian Rolapp, chief operating officer for NFL Media, wrote in his declaration of support filed with the league's request.