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Toby Myles v. NFL

Toby Myles v. NFL

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Published by: Paul Anderson on Apr 25, 2012
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Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017, is an unincorporated association consisting of

the 32 separately owned and independently-operated professional football teams

listed below. The NFL is engaged in interstate commerce in the business of, among

other things, licensing, promoting, operating, organizing, and regulating the major

professional .football league in the United States. The NFL is not, and has not, been

the employer ofthe Plaintiffs, who were employed during their respective careers in

professional football by the independent clubs (hereinafter "Teams" or "Clubs") set

forth below.. The United States Supreme Court held in American Needle, Inc., v.

NFL, 130S.Ct.2201, 2212-13 (2010) that each team that is a member ofthe NFL is

a legally distinct and separate entity from both the other teams and the NFL itself.

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