A former college quarterback is suing video game company EA Sports and the NCAA for using his image in a popular video game without his consent in a case that legal experts say could affect the long-brewing argument over using athletes' digital likenesses.
Sam Keller, who played for Arizona State and Nebraska universities from 2003-07, filed a lawsuit this spring arguing that student athletes should be compensated when their likenesses are
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