Quote of the Day

"The culture is changing, and we want to be a winner. To do that, we have to make changes, and the one at Staples Center is one that I thought we needed to make. We don't leave the Lakers floor down, do we? And they don't play on the Clippers floor; they take it up. That's all."
-- Clippers coach Doc Rivers, on the team covering Lakers banners during home games. (ESPNLA.com, 10/21)
Tuesday October 22, 2013 Vol. 20 — No. 29 Print This Issue

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  • Family Ties

    A lease agreement keeps the Titans in Nashville through the '28 season

    Late Titans Owner Bud Adams' "dying gift to Nashville is an NFL franchise that will remain in the city for the foreseeable future," according to David Climer of the Nashville TENNESSEAN. Adams established a plan to "pass ownership of the Titans to members of his family while contractual commitments keep the team at LP Field through the duration of the original lease," which runs through the '28 season. Adams had the "foresight -- and wealth -- to establish a succession plan that keeps the NFL team in the family." He took that action "after seeing other franchises sold because of the burden of estate taxes." While details are "sketchy because Adams insisted on keeping personal business matters private, it is believed that the families of his ...

  • Remember The Titan

    Bud Adams leaves a complicated legacy for role in AFL, moving Oilers, reviving Nashville.

  • New Direction

    Reebok's Uli Becker leaves company amid restructuring.

  • Something To Remember

    MLB sponsors are finalizing their activation plans for the World Series.

  • Empire Strikes Back

    Yankees will decrease or keep flat 96% of ticket prices for '14.

  • The Pelican Brief

    Pelicans fans tomorrow will get their first glimpse of the New Orleans Arena upgrades.

  • This Is 40

    USA Today stepping in to help NFL, United Way celebrate 40 years of partnership.

  • Man Of The Match

    Tim Howard will make his EPL broadcast debut for NBCSN's Chelsea-Manchester City match.

  • Boys 'Round Here

    Spurs' H-E-B ads touted as prime example of how to market athletes locally.

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