Kraft Blasts NFL For Handling Of Brady Suspension Brady's Marketability Likely To Stay Intact Minding My Business: Rapids' Sean Ream Brady Destroying Phone Key To Upholding Ban Executive Transactions Names In The News Paolantonio Clarifies Bisciotti Comments NFL Owners Caught Off Guard By Leiweke Hiring NFL's New Air Policy Could Work In Brady's Favor Executive Transactions
NAMES IN THE NEWS
Published October 29, 1996
T-Wolves' 20-year-old KEVIN GARNETT presented President Clinton with a souvenir Wolves jersey at the Target Center yesterday. Wolves Coach Flip Saunders: "Kevin said to me, 'How many kids get to meet the president?' (Minneapolis STAR-TRIBUNE, 10/29)....Patriots Coach BILL PARCELLS, on a report in the EDELSTEIN REPORT, in which Fred Edelstein wrote Parcells will coach the Jets or Falcons next year: "You mean the Moron Report. That guy is a throw-it-at-the-wall guy and he throws it and sees if some of it sticks" (BOSTON GLOBE, 10/26)....MIKE LUPICA appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America" to promote his new book "Mad As Hell: How Sports Got Away from the Fans and How We Get It Back." Lupica: "We've [fans] become the least important part of the equation. And we've always been taught to believe that we were a real important part of the equation" (ABC, 10/29).