A former top NFL pass-rusher is suing the NFL for allegedly blackballing it.

According to Pro Football Talk, on Tuesday, Junior Galette,

who played six seasons in the NFL, played the U.S. for the Southern District of Florida.

Filed a case in District Court. Gallet named the NFL, the NFL Players Association,

Commissioner Roger Goodell, and several teams in the suit.

The Seahawks, Rams, Raiders, Browns, Chiefs, Panthers

and Commanders are the teams listed as defendants.

Gallet is representing himself in his case. He alleged that the

NFL "blackballed him like Colin Kaepernick and blacklisted him by NFL owners."

He alleged that his remarks about the contract Washington gave to Trent Murphy,

which he called an example of racial discrimination, led to him being blackballed.