Up to 480 former Alliance of American Football players will receive unpaid wages as part of a legal settlement approved by a San Antonio bankruptcy judge on Tuesday.
The players will each receive $13,650 — before attorneys’ fees — in salary covering the final two games of the league season alone. The league suspended operations in 2019 and filed for bankruptcy before ending the season.
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