Fox' Freer, Shanks Top SBJ's "Most Influential" List Cam Newton Enjoying Foray Into Fashion NFL Workplace Rules Could Change New Orleans Architect Allen Eskew Dies At 65 Manning's No. 18 Top In Jersey Sales MLB's Dan Halem Promoted N.Y. Stores Planning Super Bowl Themes, Promotions NASCAR Hires Brent Dewar As COO Why Was Bears-Eagles Flexed To NBC? John Skipper Sits For Q&A
PLAYBOY'S "OWNERS OF THE NFL": PLEASE, NO PICTURES
Published August 22, 1995
In their NFL Preview, PLAYBOY ranks the NFL's "best" and "worst" owners. BEST: Raiders' AL DAVIS: "Brokered peace between owners and players two years ago." 49ers' EDDIE DEBARTOLO: "Beloved by his players." Patriots' ROBERT KRAFT: "In two years .... have recovered from the disastrous reign of VICTOR KIAM." The Cowboys' JERRY JONES: "Give the guy credit -- he fired two legends .. and the Cowboys are still great." WORST: Oilers' BUD ADAMS: "Another oil shock rocks Texas." Cardinals' BILL BIDWILL: "Set a record by alienating fans in two cities -- St. Louis and Phoenix." Rams' GEORGIA FRONTIERE: "As clueless in St. Louis as she was in California" (Danny Sheridan, PLAYBOY, 9/95 issue).