Football Fan Drags NFL to Court

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One New Jersey football fan is dragging the NFL to court after claiming that tickets for Super Bowl XLVIII are not available to the public as they should be. New Jersey law requires that 95% of tickets be made available to the public while it seems that they have only released 1% to public buyers, a brutally

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The NFL has not released any response to the accusation.

Details courtesy of CBS New York, Photo courtesy of Wikimedia