Yes according to sorces The Jets can't challenge the arbitrators decision... but they might have legal recourse..... Just like a judge and arbitrator must be impartial. <_< If it's true that the this guy Redskins season ticket hold a Judge could rule that he should have excused himself from this ruling
I may be giving TB too much credit but I think he did not want to re-sign Morton, he only wanted to sign him on his terms which meant without the voidable years. If he really wanted to retain Morton then he would have put a stipulation in the contract that if the voidable years were valid, the Jets could still sign the tender.
Again as I said in an earlier post - The NFL Offices will not let us. This has now become a NFLPA issue that will in 2007 be a MAJOR problem in negotiations. They [NFLPA] & not the Redskins went to arbitration. Problem is that even though Snyder did indicate collusion with the Arbitrator "I can hardly wait to see Morton in Red & Gold" the NFL can do nothing but sit on it's hands in this matter. They will also instruct the JETS to do the same.
Originally posted by The Gun Of Bavaria+Apr 8 2003, 03:43 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (The Gun Of Bavaria @ Apr 8 2003, 03:43 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin--tailgators@Apr 8 2003, 03:40 PM I wonder what Al Davis would do? :ph34r:
Pehaps it's time for our front office to adopt some of his tactics.
Al Davis would sue the NFL for 2 things: 1) $100 million 2) Home field against the Jets until 2056 [/b][/quote]
Don't laugh the league has probably already offered that to him to drop some of his lawsuits.