Quote of the Day

"If one is reclusive about one’s net worth, I think you probably don’t become the owner of an [NFL] franchise."
-- New Jersey Superior Court Judge Deanne Wilson, on Vikings Owner Zygi Wilf resisting the release of his net worth. (Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 9/11)
Wednesday September 11, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 255 Print This Issue

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  • FAN Boys

    A reported deal with WFAN-AM will give the Yankees a new flagship station

    The Yankees' new radio deal, when completed, will put them on WFAN-AM "for the next 10 years for at least" $15M a year, according to a source cited by Sandomir & Rohan of the N.Y. TIMES. WFAN "could also carry" MLS expansion club NYC FC, which is a partnership of the Yankees and EPL club Manchester City. The Yankees by moving to  CBS' "all-sports WFAN from all-news WCBS-AM after this season ... will bump the Mets from WFAN, ending an association between the team and the station that began with the station’s inception" in '87. Mets COO Jeff Wilpon said it was "fairly accurate" that the team was leaving WFAN. He indicated that for "a while longer, Mets radio rights would be in limbo." Wilpon said that it would "probably take a ...

  • You Asked For It, You Got It

    Toyota's naming-rights deal with MLS FC Dallas is company's third soccer venue agreement.

  • Anfield Of Dreams

    Liverpool's Henry says funding will be in place for stadium expansion.

  • Opening Drive

    Fox, ESPN see strong Week 1 NFL audience, while NBC has mixed bag.

  • Coming Up Sevens

    Andy Murray sets up a new management company with Simon Fuller dubbed 77.

  • Big Serve

    '13 U.S. Open breaks record for concession sales.

  • He's Lovin' It

    Ravens QB Joe Flacco set to appear in McDonald's ads.

  • Testing The Waters

    Evian Championship looks to solidify position as fifth LPGA major.

  • The Fallout

    Michael Waltrip Racing's sponsors reevaluating deals after scandal.

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