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Sports attorney David Cornwell is back in contention to become the NFLPA's executive director, providing the latest twist in what has been a divisive and unpredictable search process to determine who will replace the late Gene Upshaw. Union spokesman Carl Francis on Thursday confirmed that Cornwell is again under consideration for the job after the NFLPA received written support from at least three of 32 player representatives, as allowed under union rules to place a candidate on the ballot. The letters of support on Cornwell's behalf were submitted Wednesday, within the 10-day deadline prior to the election set for March 15 at the NFLPA meetings in Hawaii.

Sports attorney David Cornwell is back in contention to become the NFLPA's executive director, providing the latest twist in what has been a divisive and unpredictable search process to determine who will replace the late Gene Upshaw. Union spokesman Carl Francis on Thursday confirmed that Cornwell is again under consideration for the job after the NFLPA received written support from at least three of 32 player representatives, as allowed under union rules to place a candidate on the ballot. The letters of support on Cornwell's behalf were submitted Wednesday, within the 10-day deadline prior to the election set for March 15 at the NFLPA meetings in Hawaii.

Sports attorney David Cornwell is back in contention to become the NFLPA's executive director, providing the latest twist in what has been a divisive and unpredictable search process to determine who will replace the late Gene Upshaw. Union spokesman Carl Francis on Thursday confirmed that Cornwell is again under consideration for the job after the NFLPA received written support from at least three of 32 player representatives, as allowed under union rules to place a candidate on the ballot. The letters of support on Cornwell's behalf were submitted Wednesday, within the 10-day deadline prior to the election set for March 15 at the NFLPA meetings in Hawaii.

Sports attorney David Cornwell is back in contention to become the NFLPA's executive director, providing the latest twist in what has been a divisive and unpredictable search process to determine who will replace the late Gene Upshaw. Union spokesman Carl Francis on Thursday confirmed that Cornwell is again under consideration for the job after the NFLPA received written support from at least three of 32 player representatives, as allowed under union rules to place a candidate on the ballot. The letters of support on Cornwell's behalf were submitted Wednesday, within the 10-day deadline prior to the election set for March 15 at the NFLPA meetings in Hawaii.

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