WASHINGTON — The NFL Players Association has retained an investment bank that will help it decide whether the league's offer to reveal more financial information will be enough to satisfy the union's call for full disclosure.

Zeroing in on the crux of the labor dispute — how to split $9 billion in revenues — the NFLPA's executive committee member Scott Fujita said in a telephone interview Tuesday that what the NFL has turned over to the union so far "hasn't been sufficient."

Another executive committee member, Indianapolis Colts center Jeff Saturday, said as he left Tuesday's mediation session that the bank would "judge how helpful the material" the NFL was offering would be.