Quote of the Day

"Don't follow me anymore. Twitter is a stupid thing. I never make money out of that"
-- Marlins GM Ozzie Guillen, who recently decided to quit Twitter. (South Florida SUN-SENTINEL, 5/18)
Friday May 18, 2012 Vol. 18 — No. 177 Print This Issue

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  • The Awful Truth

    Vilma denies playing an active role in organizing bounty program

    Suspended Saints LB Jonathan Vilma sued NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell personally for defamation in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana Thursday, claiming the NFLer never participated in an alleged bounty program. Vilma is the most severely punished player among the four NFLers suspended by Goodell, receiving a season suspension for allegedly helping to orchestrate a bounty system at the Saints between '09-11. Vilma, through his attorney Peter Ginsburg, has previously denied a role in such a program. Through Ginsberg and the NFLPA, Vilma is appealing the suspensions via the mechanisms laid out in the CBA, but the lawsuit is the first measure taken through the courts by any of the accused. In the complaint, Vilma denied ...

  • Let's Play Two!

    TBS Wild Card TV deal pushes two LDS games to MLB Net.

  • I'll Drink To That

    Country Time taps Drew Brees, Michael Waltrip to help promote its first new brand in 14 years.

  • In The Ballpark

    MLB's Bud Selig said that it is up to Lew Wolff "to decide whether to consider additional sites" for a new A's ballpark.

  • Flipping The Bird

    Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen has silenced himself on Twitter, calling the site "stupid" and saying he has sent his last Tweet.

  • Politically Correct?

    Cubs' Ricketts hopes to salvage Wrigley talks despite backlash over Obama attack plan.

  • End Of An Era

    Tennessee's Debby Jennings retires after 35 years with school.

  • You'll Never Walk Alone

    FSG unlikely to take conventional route in establishing new managerial structure at Liverpool.

  • Pigskin Payoff

    NFL coaches occupy eight of the top 10 spots on Forbes' highest paid coaches list.

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