Originally Posted by BIM
Please!! You're gonna tell me Montana doesn't have the money to afford healthcare?
I don't think that is his point. In these cases someone has to stand up against the Goliath, and JM is as close to a David as any NFLer can come. He has the means to take them to the supreme court if necessary, whereas the avg retired NFLer cannot. By forcing them to provide him with workers comp he is in essence setting the precedence for all other players. His legal fees alone would supercede any benefit he received from the NFL's worker's comp.