NFLPA suspends contract adviser
NEW YORK -- The NFL Players Association has suspended contract adviser Marlon Sullivan for six months and fined him $10,000 because his employee gave money to a former college football player.
Under NFLPA regulations, contract advisers are held responsible for the actions of recruiters.
Sullivan also failed to sign a disclosure form acknowledging that Sullivan would pay the recruiter a fee to recruit the player as a client of Sullivan's
The NFLPA didn't name the player involved.
Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press
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