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Published January 18, 2013
The LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL's Alan Snel writes there are a "growing number of female company owners who are designing more sophisticated apparel, shoes and accessories for women sports fans who want to show off their team's colors with a savvy fashion statement all week long, not just on game days" (LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL).
ESPN's Rick Reilly writes of repeatedly defending Lance Armstrong prior to his recent admission of doping: "I guess I should let it go, but I keep thinking how hard he used me. Made me look like a sap. Made me carry his dirty water and I didn't even know it" (ESPN.com).
On NFL Personnel Moves:
- Bears GM Phil Emery sees himself in coach Marc Trestman.
- Writer: time for Jerry Jones to relax with personnel moves.
- Eagles GM Howie Roseman got his man in coach Chip Kelly.