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Published July 21, 1995
The Vikings will take no disciplinary action against WARREN MOON after allegations of an assault on his wife, but the team will urge him to seek domestic abuse counseling. TNT President HARVEY SCHILLER said in a statement that network officials "will discuss the incident" with Moon, who will be an analyst on the network's NFL coverage this season, "to find out the facts" (Minneapolis STAR-TRIBUNE, 7/21)....DICK FREEMAN, Padres President for the last seven years, will leave the post at the end of July, becoming a member of the team's Board of Directors. LARRY LUCCHINO, the team's CEO, will assume the title of President & CEO (WASHINGTON POST, 7/20)....The Big 10 gave Commissioner JAMES DELANY a seven-year contract extension (SportsTicker).