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- Posted on 02.16.08
The odd news that a former player for the St. Louis Rams and couple of season ticket holders are suing the New England Patriots, their owner, and their coach for the "suspicious" Rams loss in the 2002 Super Bowl could inspire a whole drawer of similar suits. How about Jack Clark, Todd Worrell, and Whitey suing umpire Don Denkinger for lost income, rings, bonuses, and endorsements certainly caused by a dumb call in the sixth game of the 1985 World Series?
We are a much too litigious society.