The lawyer representing the class of Super Bowl ticket-holders suing the NFL has asked commissioner Roger Goodell to meet with him to resolve the dispute.
Attorney Michael Avenatti wrote Goodell alerting him that "hundreds" of affected fans have contacted him asking to join the suit. It resulted from the NFL's failure to seat about 400 fans at Super Bowl XLV. The NFL has offered a compensation package to many of the affected fans, but Avenatti filed a $5 million lawsuit on their behalf.
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