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Union hires firm to review financial information from the league

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The NFL still hasn’t agreed to surrender financial information to the players’ union. But the move is expected, and the NFLPA is now prepared for it.

Per multiple reports, the union has hired International Investment Bank to review any financial information the league discloses.

Albert Breer of NFL Network reports that an auditor the union “has used for years” arrived at the offices of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service at 3:00 p.m.

Again, the information hasn’t been disclosed. But the union is getting its ducks in a row in the event that an opportunity comes to count the league’s eggs.