Quote of the Day

"It was a cocktail napkin that I wrote the deal on and I said, ‘Here’s the deal.’ The napkin was square. He said, ‘You will really sell me the team?’ I said let’s shake hands on this deal and I’m going to sell you the team."
-- Outgoing Jaguars Owners Wayne Weaver, on his deal to sell the team to Shahid Khan. (FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, 1/1)
Tuesday January 3, 2012 Vol. 18 — No. 80 Print This Issue

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  • It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia

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  • Starting A New Chapter

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  • Carrying On

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  • Border Patrol

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  • If I Knew Then....

    Weavers say “bittersweet” farewell to Jags ownership.

  • In Memory

    Sports business industry mourns loss of Fox' Doug Sellars and Turner's Jim Huber.

  • The Mark Of A Champion

    The '12 class of SBJ/SBD Champions include storytellers, entrepreneurs, risk-takers, colorful personalities.

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