Quote of the Day

"I don’t expect to try to get people to like everything I do. I want them to respect what I do."
-- NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. ("60 Minutes," CBS, 1/29)
Monday January 30, 2012 Vol. 18 — No. 99 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Mr. Rodgers' Neighborhood

    Aaron Rodgers is the most marketable player in the NFL, according to an exclusive survey of sports business execs, analysts and media members conducted by THE DAILY. Rodgers finished first by a narrow margin over Tom Brady, with Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Tim Tebow rounding out the top five. Overall, it is still quarterbacks that attract the attention of Madison Avenue. The list was dominated by signal-callers, who garnered each of the top five positions and eight of the top 11. QBs also accounted for 12 of the 26 names mentioned on ballots. Engage Marketing Founder Kevin Adler said in terms of marketing, the past season has been "without a doubt, the year of the quarterback." Rodgers and Brady were neck-and-neck, with B ...

  • First Cut Is The Deepest

    Cuban, Gilbert among those to fall out of bidding for Dodgers.

  • Flag On The Play

    St. Louis CVC says Rams' lease prohibits London series.

  • Center Of The Universe

    Hotels are booked for hundreds of miles as fans and execs flock to Indy for the Super Bowl.

  • Out Of Time

    WPS suspending operations for '12 season amid financial troubles.

  • Taking Flight

    Patrick Kane's Superman act at NHL ASG shows players are starting to get the event's lighter side.

  • Djoker's Wild

    Djokovic's win over Nadal in an epic Australian Open final proves men's tennis is in a golden age.

  • Whiz Kid

    NHL's John Collins has helped usher league into 21st century.

  • The King Of New England

    Robert Kraft's sixth Super Bowl trip as Patriots owner contains a void without his wife Myra.

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