WOW! http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=mortensen_chris&id=2235051 In the wake of what he considered an incorrect ruling in the Terrell Owens case, NFL Players Association executive director Gene Upshaw said emphatically on Wednesday that he will have arbitrator Richard Bloch removed from the process. "One thing I can control is that he will no longer be an arbitrator in any more of our cases," Upshaw said, shortly after Bloch upheld the Philadelphia Eagles suspension of the veteran wide receiver and their stance that Owens will be deactivated for the final five games of the 2005 season. "Under the (collective bargaining agreement), either side has a right between Dec. 1 and Dec. 10 to dismiss an arbitrator, and we are going to dismiss this one. "When an arbitrator decides to (mis)interpret and add on to the collective bargaining agreement, he can't be an arbitrator any more." Bloch has been an arbitrator in sports-related cases for more than two decades and he has presided over grievances in general for 30 years. Last week, before the Owens hearing, attorney Jeffrey Kessler, who was co-counsel for the wide receiver, seemed confident that Bloch would rule in favor of his client. Said Kessler: "He'll interpret the agreement as written, which is as it should be." On Wednesday afternoon, though, Upshaw didn't see things that way. "Management and the players union will now have to jointly agree on another arbitrator, and I can assure you, the name won't be Bloch," Upshaw said. "No way. I won't stand for it. I can't stand for it."