Cleveland Browns club seat holder sues over NFL lockout

The plaintiff cites the work stoppage violates the terms of his PSL.

A Cleveland businessman is suing the National Football League and specifically the Browns in a move to help save the upcoming season, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

Plaintiff Ken Lanci in the suit says the NFL lockout violates his private seat license deal with the Browns. Lanci, who owns 10 club seats, says the lockout also violates his right to watch the games this season and is asking for the lockout to be prohibited, the paper reported.

The Browns and the league told the Plain Dealer they wouldn't comment on the suit until they look into it.

 

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