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

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Advocacy Group Seeks To File Brief In NFL Concussion Settlement Case

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 23 / 14

Advocacy group Public Citizen asked the Third Circuit Court of Appeals today for permission to file a friend of the court brief supporting the objections filed by seven former NFLers to the preliminary approval of the class action concussion settlement. The seven players earlier this week objected t...

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04/07/14
SportsBusiness Journal: WTA eyes more digital content

By now, sports leagues and teams creating their own content, hiring reporters and competing with traditional media is old hat. Just last week, the Buffalo Bills hired a weekend anchor from a Georgia TV station for their website. Individual sports are a different story, though, and the WTA Tour is ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

04/07/14
SportsBusiness Journal: League wants NFL Net in more ‘war rooms’

In an attempt to boost NFL Network’s coverage of next month’s draft, the league is encouraging teams to allow the network’s cameras in their draft headquarters meeting rooms, the latest move to differentiate its coverage from ESPN by giving viewers greater insight into the process. ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

04/02/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Court Upholds Dismissal Of NFLPA Case

A federal appeals court last week ruled the NFLPA did not have a fiduciary duty to five former players who contended the union should have done more to market their rights. A panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in S.F. affirmed a lower court ruling dismissing the case brought by th ...

03/31/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Ralph Wilson: 1918-2014

On the morning last week after telling his NFL peers that Buffalo Bills founder and owner Ralph Wilson had died, Russ Brandon, the team’s president, was trying to work out. His hope, he said, was that it would be sort of a spiritual exercise, a way to distract himself from the sadness of losin ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

03/31/14
SportsBusiness Journal: The dealmakers

Rob Tilliss Founder, Inner Circle Sports It was a banner year for Inner Circle, with advisory roles on the sales of the Florida Panthers, New Jersey Devils and Phoenix Coyotes in 2013. Inner Circle’s biggest deal since Tilliss star ...

Tags: In-Depth, Finance

03/31/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Seller's market for teams

Rising equity markets, owner friendly collective-bargaining agreements, healthy business metrics. Despite these factors blessing sports leagues, or perhaps because of them, the sale of teams has been sluggish at best. In Major League Baseball, for example, there has not been a sale of a team in t ...

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03/31/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Bank on it

The 25-year-old, dyed-in-the-wool Pittsburgh Steelers fan couldn’t believe his eyes. Bill Cowher angrily stormed toward him, approaching on the grounds of the old Municipal Stadium in Cleveland, his trademark spittle flying. Don Cornwell, a young staffer at the NFL in 1994, had gotten the s ...

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03/31/14
SportsBusiness Journal: NFL team sites get access to highlights

NFL teams will be able to use their own game footage for their websites and their mobile offerings for the first time next season. The move, outlined at the NFL’s annual owners meeting last week, is linked to the league’s plan to launch NFL Now, its over-the-top digital content networ ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

03/25/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Goodell To Wait On Discipline For Irsay

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said he would hold off on discipline for Colts Owner Jim Irsay , who recently was arrested for DUI with prescription pills in his car. Irsay is not at the annual meeting in Orlando, where Goodell was asked yesterday about the owner. The team is represented at the me ...

03/24/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Changes Made To NFL Playoff Ticket Policy

NFL owners voted at their annual meeting this morning to require teams to charge season-ticket holders for playoff tickets only when the game is set, ending some franchises’ approach to sending out invoices as early as November. The Packers did that last year when the club was out of the playo ...

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