Quote of the Day

"The Premier League has led the way in terms of globalization. Perhaps we can learn some lessons from them about how to spread the love for the NFL."
-- Jaguars Owner Shahid Khan, on his team's '13 regular season game against the 49ers in London. (REUTERS, 10/11)
Thursday October 11, 2012 Vol. 19 — No. 22 Print This Issue

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  • Head Over Heart

    Earnhardt suffered a first concussion during testing in Kansas last month

    Hendrick Motorsports announced this morning that Dale Earnhardt Jr. will not compete in the NASCAR Sprint Cup races this Saturday at Charlotte Motor Speedway and next Sunday at Kansas Speedway after being diagnosed with a concussion following a crash last week at Talladega Superspeedway. Regan Smith will be the team’s substitute driver at both of the races ( Hendrick Motorsports ). Earnhardt at a press conference today said the concussions symptoms began after a testing session in Kansas last month where he crashed. He said, “You know your body and you know how your mind works, and I knew something was just not quite right. But I decided to just push through and work through it.” Earnhardt said he was "still having some he ...

  • Foreign Policy

    NFL's '13 Int'l Series is set, and the league sees the 49ers-Jaguars game as an acid test for future games overseas.

  • A Matter Of Integrity

    NHL Kings writer steps down amid pushback from league over lockout-related article.

  • Calling Foul

    Stan Van Gundy claims Stern blocked him from joining ESPN.

  • Ace In The Hole

    PGA Tour TV partners see big gains this season; NBC posts its largest average audience under its current deal.

  • Aussie Rules

    Andy Murray praises the Australian Open's recent boost in prize money, but when will other Grand Slams follow suit?

  • Come One, Come All

    Dolphins' Ross holds townhall meeting with team employees.

  • Waxing Poetic

    ESPN's first KHL broadcast called "a funhouse of ad libs."

  • Let's Be Frank

    Frank Caliendo's football-flavored humor returns with his debut as a regular segment on ESPN's "Sunday NFL Countdown."

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