NEW YORK (AP) - The sports agent who admitted he paid college football players has been decertified by the NFL Players Association.
Josh Luchs told Sports Illustrated he paid more than 30 players from 1990-96. He said in the article he had left the business.
Union spokesman George Atallah confirmed Thursday that Luchs had
been decertified. The decision was first reported by Sports Business Journal.
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