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    Two former NFL cheerleaders, who recently filed discrimination claims against the league, will settle for $1 each if commi sioner Roger Goodell will agree to meet with agroup of cheerleaders.The settlementproposal asks Goodell and Philip Rivers White Limited Jersey league lawyers to meet with at leastfour cheerleaders tohave a four-hour, “good faith” meetingto create binding rules and regulations for all NFLteams to follow, according toThe New York Times.The proposal was submitted by Sara Blackwell, the lawyer representing the cheerleaders,and sent to NFL attorney Steven Hurdon Tuesday. Blackwell, who represents former Saints cheerleader Bailey Davis and former Dolphins cheerleader Kristan Ware, asked for a response from the league by May Doug Flutie Jersey 4.Were not asking them to admit fault, or to admit guilt, or even admit that there is anything wrong, Blackwell said in a phone interview with the Times. But if they do want and expect that cheerleaders Melvin Ingram Jersey should have a fair working environment, as they have stated, then it doesnt make any common sense why the answer would be no.The settlement proposal comes after Davis and Ware allegedly faced discrimination in the workplace. Davis was fired from the Saints’ cheerleading squad after posting what the team considered to be a racy photo on Instagram. She filed a complaintsaying the organization hasdifferent standards for women and men.Ware also filed a complaint against the Dolphinsalleging she was subjected to discrimination based on hergender and religious beliefs.The two other cheerleaders who would attend the meeting have not been determined, but would come from other Los Angeles Chargers Game Jersey[/url] teams and would not have a sociation with Blackwell.We want change, Blackwell said. We want the opportunity for change.

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