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Prison Inmate and Cowboys Fan Sue NFL for $88 BILLION For Refs Blown Dez Bryant Call Against Green Bay

January 25, 2015  |  Posted by: Giovanni DePhillips
Prison Inmate and Cowboys Fan Sue NFL for $88 BILLION For Refs Blown Dez Bryant Call Against Green Bay Image courtesy of grizlr.com

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With Deflate Gate in the headlines, the NFL has been trying to quiet down the furor that has broken out from the scandal, however now they have one more thing to contend with.

According to ESPN, an inmate in a Colorado prison, with nothing but time on his hands, has filed an $88 BILLION (with a B) dollar lawsuit against the NFL.

According to WFAA.com in Dallas, The inmate in question, Tommy Hendrix named Commissioner Roger Goodell, vice president of officiating Dean Blandino and referee Gene Steratore in his suit for “negligence, breach of fiduciary duty and also reckless disregard,” after Dez Bryant’s fourth-down catch was overturned by replay late in the fourth quarter of the Dallas Cowboys’ loss to the Green Bay Packers.

Hendrix called the replay reversal a “fraud” a claim that Most Cowboys fans would probably agree with but not bring a suit against the NFL.

However, Hendrix has decided to launch legal action on their behalf.

“For the theft from and the loss of a Super Bowl, against and upon Dez Bryant, #88, the 2014/2015 on field offense of and to include all the cheerleaders [sic], fans, of and all people in or from the sovereign republic of Texas,” Hendrix wrote in the suit.

Hendrix has asked for the case to be heard in 35 days.

Espn is reporting that the exact amount he is seeking is: $88,987,654,321.88.

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