For those of you expecting to watch Wednesday’s hearing in the Brady antitrust case or to see blow-by-blow accounts of the arguments via Twitter, it won’t happen.
As Daniel Kaplan of SportsBusiness Journal explained during Tuesday’s edition of PFT Live, no camera will be allowed in the courtroom. Likewise, there will be no tweeting or real-time reporting permitted from the hearing.
So, basically, we’ll have to wait for the hearing to end in order to obtain any real information about what happens on Wednesday.
We’ll be monitoring all developments and breaking down what it all means throughout the day. Sports lawyer David Cornwell, a finalist for the position of NFLPA executive director in 2009, will join PFT Live on Thursday to help us break it all down.