Lions | Arbitration hearing for Rogers expected in November
Mike O'Hara, of The Detroit News, reports the Detroit Lions expect an arbitration hearing to be rescheduled for November to settle a grievance they filed against former Lions WR Charles Rogers. The hearing originally scheduled for May 10 was postponed. Lions chief operating officer Tom Lewand said, "They're going to let us know when they have a date. I think they have to move things around, so there's no conflict with the arbitrator's schedule, or the NFL, or the NFLPA (players union). I expect it will be scheduled relatively soon." The Lions are looking to reclaim $10.1 million of the $14.4 signing bonus Rogers signed in 2003.
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