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The Daily's Hot Reads For Tuesday: Who Wants A Baseball Team?
Published November 13, 2012
The NATIONAL FOOTBALL POST's Warren McCarty writes Fox' Jimmy Johnson and Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones have "rekindled a debate" about personnel control in the NFL: "Can or should the Head Coach of an NFL franchise have complete control over player personnel in addition to his coaching responsibilities?" (NATIONALFOOTBALLPOST.com).
The WASHINGTON POST's Dan Steinberg writes, "It's an odd time for Caps fans, many of whom developed an intense allegiance to the franchise in the eight years since the league's last work stoppage. While the city's other winter sports franchises have foundered, the Caps have been a beacon of hope" (WASHINGTON POST). Meanwhile, the Senators look beyond the lockout by reaching out to ticket buyers (SPORTS.YAHOO.com).