Quote of the Day

"We have an event of that scale that can put the world on notice that American soccer is taking another step forward."
-- Real Salt Lake Senior VP/Soccer Operations & GM Garth Lagerwey, comparing the team's CONCACAF Champions League final game tonight to the '80 U.S. hockey team's Gold Medal in Lake Placid. (SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, 4/27)
Wednesday April 27, 2011 Vol. 17 — No. 157 Print This Issue

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  • Hello, Remember Me?

    Batch (l), Clark were only Steelers players to report to team facility

    U.S. District Judge Susan Nelson's injunction to lift the NFL lockout Monday "led to one of the most bizarre days in a bizarre offseason -- with teams and players, and franchises just 30 minutes apart, operating yesterday under divergent interpretations of whether the league was truly open for business," according to Garafolo & Vrentas of the Newark STAR-LEDGER. Most teams in the NFL "went the way of the Jets, who told the six players who reported that the workout and training facilities were closed and shielded their coaches from interacting with them, pending the league's request to stay" Nelson's ruling. The Giants "were an exception, as coach Tom Coughlin embraced the trio of players who showed up." However, the Giants last night sa ...

  • Sponsor Maturing

    Wells Fargo ramps up activation around PGA Tour event.

  • Court of Public Opinion

    Media critical of NFL owners; one writer wonders if Goodell is "20,000 leagues over his head."

  • When You Wish Upon The Stars

    Tom Gaglardi reportedly near a deal to enter exclusive talks for the Stars.

  • Royal Gift

    Sacramento businesses pledge $10M toward keeping Kings.

  • Glazing A New Trail

    ManU owners hire PR firm in response to negative press.

  • American Beauty

    Real Salt Lake winning CONCACAF Champions League could be a "game-changer."

  • Knight In Shining Armor

    Oprah gets Nike Chair Phil Knight to sit for a rare extended interview.

  • "Riding Around With My Windows Down"

    Longtime Dolphins announcer Jim Mandich passes away.

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