The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday dashed the hopes of the National Football League for baseball-style immunity from antitrust laws, with justices ruling unanimously against the league in a dispute over NFL-licensed apparel.

The NFL defended its exclusive contract with Reebok for souvenir headwear for all the league’s teams by arguing that it should be viewed as a single entity for certain purposes.

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