Eleven former athletes have joined a suit against the National Collegiate Athletic Association over the use of their likenesses without their authorization, The New York Times reported. While the additional plaintiffs do not change the legal issues, the lawyers involved in the suit say that this bolsters their case -- a contention disputed by the NCAA.
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