"We do not know how they could have come to come up with Mut 24 Coins
the $50 million figure," Dryer said. "The money goes into funds, the fund grants it existing charities and the charity amazingly, is able to transfer the money to players. I am not interested in being in a company I'm not sure about.

"What does the trick is to transfer money directly to former players, which is what we'd like. We'd like to know the revenue source is so that we can reach a settlement for all former players.

"I'm opting out. I'm done with this contract."

This version of Madden NFL 24 leans heavily on its personalities to sell its game. There are the superstars, those household names that fans across the globe can connect with and identify on Sundays throughout the year . Then there's an overall roster of good guys, rebels, rebels as well as any other characters you might find in a drama scripted to promote teams, feeding rivalries and selling one of the world's most watched sports.

It's an industry Dryer recognizes.

The Hunter series, produced by late TV producer Stephen J. Cannell, is among the most loved and valuable TV shows in syndication.

"I have a good understanding in Hunter's Hunter series, and the value of the copyright that is owned by him, and share in that profit participation.

"I go to Steve Cannell and say, "We've been doing the show for a while. It's going to be a big hit. I'm sure I'm worthy of a little of the backend of your copyrights or your library.' So the question is: what is Fred going to do for his contribution to the show?'

"We have a contract, we shake hands on it. In the meantime, I'm part of it and will be compensated for every show that occurs anywhere in the world."

It's the same model Dryer and other plaintiffs want to be a part of the Madden NFL 24 embrace.

"We're asking for participation in the profit on our Madden NFL 24 Library of Madden NFL 24 Films that we've participated in Buy Madden nfl 24 Coins. Wouldn't this not stand against the logic test?"

Once players choose to take part or not in the settlement proposal the matter is sent back towards the Federal court in Minnesota. If enough players choose to opt out the judge may decide to revisit talks between league and the plaintiffs, but there's no requirement for this to happen.