Kaplan goes on to say that the average claims were in the range of $14,000, some are set to get less than $600.
Last week, the administrator Peter Hurwitz wrote the court, he is “prepared to calculate the rejection damages in the amount of $7,280 ($1,040 weekly salary multiplied by seven weeks remaining under the Player Contract).”
However the players will not get $7,280, that is just what Hurwitz determined is a legitimate claim. Farrow estimated players would get eight to 12 percent of that.
As it stands now, it looks as if the money won’t be received until the end of the year, or possibly early 2022.
The XFL is currently working towards making yet another comeback, but the timeline has been yet to be seen. Initially, the new ownership group announced a 2022 return. But, with the news of a possible partnership with the CFL, the 2022 season is on hold until talks are complete.
This has led many people to believe that the league won’t hit the field until 2023, which at this point would probably be the best play. XFL co-owner Dany Garcia has gone on record as saying that they want to take their time, hoping to avoid the mistakes of its predecessors.
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