Quote of the Day

"I want to see the only NFL team guaranteed to have a training camp: 'NFL Hard Knocks Park Avenue.'"
-- ESPN.com's Bomani Jones, on reports the Buccaneers are the leading candidate to appear on HBO's "Hard Knocks" series. ("Around The Horn," ESPN, 3/22)
Wednesday March 23, 2011 Vol. 17 — No. 133 Print This Issue

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  • Scent Of Mystery

    Kings are in negotiations with Anaheim about moving to Honda Center

    Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait last night said the city is "closer" to landing an NBA team, the first time an Anaheim city official has spoken publicly about the Kings' potential move to Honda Center, according to Eric Carpenter of the ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. Speaking during an Anaheim City Council meeting last night, Tait confirmed that "negotiations are ongoing." He said, "The good news is that we are continuing to move closer to bringing a professional basketball team to Anaheim. Because there are ongoing discussions and negotiations, I have just a few details to share tonight. More information will be forthcoming in the next week or so." Earlier in the meeting, the council "postponed discussion of bond funding for improvements at Honda Center, ...

  • Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

    Goodell hopeful CBA talks will resume before NFL Draft, says last offer won't last forever.

  • Suddenly, Last Summer

    Ravens could move training camp to M&T Bank Stadium.

  • A Place In The Sun

    IMG Licensing signs multiyear deal to extend Muhammad Ali's brand in Europe, Asia, including possible memorabilia and apparel.

  • The Big Hangover

    A-B extends MLS founding partnership four more years.

  • The Driver's Seat

    Bud Selig reaffirms intention to step down after '12 season; details plans to write, teach.

  • Love Is Better Than Ever

    Derek Jeter, Joe Mauer top list of most popular MLB jerseys for '10; four Phillies crack the top 20.

  • National Velvet

    ESPN leads all networks with 52 nominations for annual Sports Emmy Awards on the strength of its World Cup coverage.

  • The V.I.P.s

    SportsBusiness Journal unveils annual Forty Under 40 class.

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