Quote of the Day

"My worry is that ... he will burn himself out. It's in my best interest, and the owners', that he pace himself."

-- NFL Panthers Owner Jerry Richardson, on Roger Goodell (USA TODAY, 12/27).   

Tuesday December 28, 2010 Vol. 17 — No. 73 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Snow Forces Postponement Of Vikings-Eagles

    Critics want to know -- is the NFL getting soft? The decision to move Sunday night’s Vikings-Eagles game to tonight has generally played well on the streets of Philadelphia, but has raised questions about setting a precedent for the future. Both Philadelphia dailies support the move in editorials today, with the Inquirer stating the move took "courage,” while the Daily News states rescheduling the game was the "only choice." But critics feel the league’s TV partners played too big a role in the decision to play tonight rather than Monday, and others wonder how the decision sets the league up for the future. In Minneapolis, Judd Zulgad writes, “The league is now faced with the question of how do you determine what is unsafe?" Others wonder how the move fits with the league’s plan to host the '14 Super Bowl at New Meadowlands Stadium. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen: “How can you sit there and say we want a cold weather Super Bowl game and then you’re postponing this game for two days?”

  • How The Grinch Stole Christmas
    P&G cuts ties with Tiger Woods, several soccer stars as it ends the Gillette Champions campaign.

    Reset The Shot Clock 
    LeBron tries to spin out of trouble after talk about "watered down" talent in the NBA lands him in hot water with some NBPA members.

    Holiday In
    ABC and ESPN score best NBA Christmas Day audiences ever, led by Heat-Lakers.

    Stress Test
    NFL TV blackouts up from '09, but not as big of a concern as feared for Goodell, who Jerry Richardson says needs to "pace himself."

    Didn't Make The Cut
    Why did CBS keep Jerry Jones’ blunt comments on labor off "60 Minutes" TV profile?

    Next On The Tee...
    USGA looks for its first Exec Dir in more than 20 years after David Fay steps down.

    Third Time's The Charm? 
    After hiring two "spectacularly wrong coaches" for the 49ers, Jed York needs to "get it right."

    Every Season, Turn, Turn, Turn
    Dodgers drop three more VPs as the team's front-office turnover continues.

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