Hornets' Taylor Suspended 24 Games NFL's Jeff Pash Addresses Peterson Suspension NFL Concussion Case Approval Still A Ways Off Response Mixed On Peterson's Punishment More Feuding Looms Between NFL, NFLPA LPGA Releases '15 Schedule NHL, Union Aim To Sell Overseas Competitions NFL Suspends Peterson For Season NFLPA's Smith Responds To Peterson Suspension Bettman Talks Gambling, Expansion Potential
SBD/Issue 34/Leagues & Governing Bodies
Published October 29, 2009
|USA TODAY's Brennan Feels Selig Is Wrong
To Welcome McGwire Back Into League
OVER THE HILL: The attorney for Vikings DTs Kevin and Pat Williams said that the two have "not been asked to testify at a hearing before Congress next week" regarding the NFL's StarCaps dispute, correcting a comment from earlier yesterday when he said that "his clients would appear." U.S. House Committee on Government Reform spokesperson Karen Ligthfoot said, "We do not expect them to be invited." NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFLPA Exec Dir DeMaurice Smith will testify before the committee (ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 10/29).
GOLDEN GOAL: YAHOO SPORTS' Martin Rogers writes the "stories and subplots offered up" by this year's MLS Playoffs, which begin tonight, "deserve more than just a passing interest." Previous incarnations "have been underwhelming," but things are "setting up for an intriguing November, offering proof that MLS is on the right track in its attempt to combine a product that appeals to a domestic market without compromising soccer's long-held traditions." The "resurgence of the Los Angeles Galaxy, helped by a revitalized David Beckham, adds some genuine star power to the playoffs" (SPORTS.YAHOO.com, 10/29).