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Daniel Kaplan

Daniel Kaplan covers the NFL, finance and tennis for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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Barclays Center rep: Seeking ‘strategic partner’

Published in On The Ground on 10 / 20 / 14

SportsBusiness Journal reported this morning that Barclays Center is for sale . This afternoon, arena representatives provided the following statement, attributable to spokesman Barry Baum. “Our goal is to identify a strategic partner as we continue to capitalize on the great performance o...

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01/07/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Retirees Want Approval Of NFL Concussion Deal

The NFL will pay as much as $112.5M in legal fees to the counsel for the retirees who sued the league over allegedly misleading them on the dangers of concussions. The disclosure was made as part of a voluminous filing yesterday by the retirees' counsel seeking preliminary court approval of the anno ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

01/07/14
SportsBusiness Daily: NFL To Pay $112.5M In Plaintiff Legal Fees

The NFL will pay as much as $112.5M in legal fees to the counsel for the retirees who sued the league over allegedly misleading them on the dangers of concussions. The disclosure was made as part of a voluminous filing yesterday by the retirees counsel seeking preliminary court approval of the ...

01/06/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Mass transit touted as best option

The New York/New Jersey Super Bowl Host Committee is dubbing next month’s game the Mass Transit Super Bowl. Perhaps others, maybe those with a pro-vehicular angle, will dub it the Anti-Car Super Bowl. Either way, Feb. 2 is shaping up as a unique experiment for the NFL, with as many as 80 ...

Tags: Super Bowl

01/06/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Forecast: Blizzard of plans

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. Even if the weather on Feb. 2 is frightful for the first cold-weather outdoor Super Bowl, the NFL is undeterred about the decision to host the game at MetLife Stadium. “Watching NFL football in the snow is really romantic,” said Frank Supovitz ...

Tags: Super Bowl

12/18/13
SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Has Super Bowl Contingency Plans

The NFL has contingency plans to delay Super Bowl XLVIII, scheduled for Feb. 2, as much as a week due to weather-related issues, said NFL Senior VP/Events Frank Supovitz . Speaking after a press briefing in the parking lot of MetLife Stadium this morning to tout the region’s preparedness for ...

12/16/13
SportsBusiness Journal: ‘League of Denial’ sales lag

“League of Denial: The NFL, Concussions and the Battle for Truth,” the heavily hyped book on the NFL’s response to concussions, has dominated conversations since its early October release. What it has not done is dominate book sales. ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

12/16/13
SportsBusiness Journal: Inner Circle closes loop on team deals

Cliff Viner had no luck after hiring a brand-name Wall Street firm to find a buyer for his NHL team, the Florida Panthers. Then he got introduced to Inner Circle Sports, a boutique sports advisory firm that has a lot to celebrate this holiday season. ...

Tags: Finance

12/16/13
SportsBusiness Journal: In NY/NJ, talk about the weather

The New York/New Jersey Super Bowl Host Committee this week is scheduled to stage what is likely a first for an organizing group in 48 years of managing the big game: a media weather briefing. The committee plans to invite the press on Wednesday to MetLife Stadium to discuss snow plows, meteorolo ...

Tags: Events and Attractions

12/11/13
SportsBusiness Daily: Craig Morton Sues NFL Over Dangers Of Playing

Former NFLer Craig Morton filed a lawsuit yesterday in a California federal court alleging the NFL hid the damages of playing football and caused him to suffer long-term injuries. It is the first concussion lawsuit filed against the NFL since the league in September announced a $765M settlement with ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

12/11/13
SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Owners Meeting Today In Dallas

NFL owners meet today in Dallas for a half-day meeting, and workplace conduct is on the agenda, sources said. The subject presumably will touch on the investigation into the alleged bullying case with the Dolphins. NFL-appointed investigator Ted Wells is nearing the end of his look into allegation ...

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