Kokinis grievance resolved

Vernon Davis to visit troops

Kokinis, Browns resolve differences

February 25, 2010|By Sports Digest

Fired Cleveland Browns general manager George Kokinis resolved his grievance with the team. The NFL issued a two-sentence statement through the Browns saying the grievance had been amicably resolved. The terms were confidential. Kokinis, a former Ravens executive, was dismissed by the Browns on Nov. 2. He was seeking more than $4 million in compensation and damages. Kokinis claimed the Browns fraudulently induced him to join the team under the representation that he would have control over all player personnel matters and report directly to owner Randy Lerner.

49ers: Tight end Vernon Davis (Maryland) is among four players who will visit military bases in Southwest Asia this offseason as part of the NFL's annual USO tour.

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