The NFL has shut down its cheerleaders’ lawsuit over their skimpy paychecks.

No one has denied that the women are paid somewhere between nothing and $125 a game, while players make millions a year. It’s just that the cheerleaders fell flat in their attempts to argue that the NFL and 27 of its clubs had colluded to suppress their compensation. The cheerleaders were seeking up to $300 million in damages—times three.

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