I've never been happier to admit I was wrong. Yesterday, the Redskins and Cowboys dropped their appeals of the NFL's salary cap penalties after being ruled against by rubber-stamp arbitrator Stephen Burbank, and I thought that was the end of it. The bad guys won. But the NFLPA had been saving its secret weapon for just this day. This morning, the players' union filed a lawsuit against the NFL, claiming the league owners had conspired to set a secret $123 million salary cap in 2010, a final "uncapped" year before the CBA expired.
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