Quote of the Day

"Here's the test to see if we get a smart or stupid owner. If you make a deal and allow McCourt to keep the land and parking lots, you are out of your mind. "
-- Former Dodgers Managing Partner Bob Daly, on the more than 20 bids to buy the Dodgers that have been received. (L.A. TIMES, 1/25)
Wednesday January 25, 2012 Vol. 18 — No. 96 Print This Issue

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  • I'll Stick Around

    Goodell's contract as NFL Commissioner was set to expire in March '14

    The NFL has extended Commissioner Roger Goodell’s contract another five years to March '19, a development that comes at the conclusion of perhaps the most successful season in NFL history. His contract had been due to expire on March '14. In the last year, he negotiated a new 10-year CBA that triggered an economic shift to the owners, and recently completed lucrative new TV deals that mirror the length of the labor deal. Twenty-three of the top 25 rated TV programs in the current TV season have been NFL games. “I speak on behalf of 32 NFL club owners in saying we are fortunate to have Roger Goodell as our commissioner,” said Falcons Owner Arthur Blank, who chairs the league’s Compensation Committee. &l ...

  • Taking Command

    Skipper’s organizational chart sees Wildhack, Williamson switch roles.

  • The Tiger Prince

    The Tigers' nine-year, $214M contract for Prince Fielder shows Ilitch is committed to winning.

  • As Good As It Gets

    LG inks three-year extension on partnership contract with NCAA.

  • The More, The Merrier

    NFL to expand Lucas Oil Stadium capacity by 5,000 for Super Bowl.

  • Cajun Spices

    Louisiana Seafood reportedly looking into buying naming rights to New Orleans Arena.

  • The Adventures Of Timtim

    Bruins bench Thomas during charity event following goalie's White House snub.

  • The Gr8 Debate

    Alex Ovechkin bows out of All-Star Game in what could be a retalitory move against league.

  • Diamonds Are Forever

    The Mavericks tonight will finally get their NBA title rings, which are seting Mark Cuban back nearly $1.5M.

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