Lions, Rogers Scheduled for May 11 Arbitration
The Detroit Lions and their former wide receiver, Charles Rogers, have been scheduled to appear before an arbitrator on May 11.
The Lions are attempting to force Rogers to return $10.1 million of a $14.4 million signing bonus because he violated the NFL's substance abuse policy.
The club released Rogers, a former first-round draft choice, last year and he's yet to sign with another team.
By Mark Maske |
February 16, 2007; 9:36 AM ET
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