It's been a fun week, hasn't it? Let's end things with the first few paragraphs of an AP story. But first, a quick programming note: Weekend Links tomorrow will almost certainly be the last piece of RandBall content until Monday, April 4. As has become our custom this time of year, we're taking a week off. The pug is accounted for, in case anyone was worried.
But what about the poor NFL fans who can't buy tickets? From the AP:
A Cleveland Browns fan has sued the National Football league and its teams over the player lockout, claiming it amounts to a breach of his contract to buy tickets through his personal seat license.
Ken Lanci, a self-made millionaire who ran unsuccessfully last year for the top county government job in Cleveland, filed the lawsuit Thursday in Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'-guh) County Common Pleas Court.
The lawsuit seeks damages of more than $25,000 from the Browns on both breach of contract and bad faith counts and more than $25,000 from the league and its teams for alleged contract interference.
Commenter Fasolamatt tried this years ago, suing the Browns for being terrible. It's still in litigation, but he's optimistic.