Harvard-Bound: NFL Union Chief Domonique Foxworth

Domonique Foxworth, formerly of the Baltimore Ravens, leaves the NFL Players Association in Washington in 2011 Photograph by Carolyn Kaster/AP Photo

Harvard Business School has more in common with capital than labor. It is, after all, the school that launched thousands of executive ships, including those of Jamie Dimon at JPMorgan Chase, Jeffrey Immelt at General Electric, and Meg Whitman at Hewlett-Packard. But when the world’s capitalists-in-waiting convene at the B-school mecca in September, they’ll have a “traitor” in their midst: Domonique Foxworth, the president of the NFL Players Association and former cornerback for the Baltimore Ravens.

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