Quote of the Day

"If an NFL player tells you right now, 'I'm going to kill you,' you need to be on alert. … They're more than capable of doing that and I would be afraid."
ESPN’s Cris Carter, on messages from Dolphins G Richie Incognito to OT Jonathan Martin. ('Monday Night Countdown,'” ESPN, 11/5)
Tuesday November 5, 2013 Vol. 20 — No. 40 Print This Issue

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  • Fish Out Of Water?

    Philbin says it is up to the head coach to facilitate the right locker-room culture

    Dolphins coach Joe Philbin yesterday after practice "gave a detailed timeline of the events" that led to the inquiry of bullying between G Richie Incognito and OT Jonathan Martin at a press briefing that was "attended by about 100 local, national and international reporters," according to a front-page piece by Beasley & Salguero of the MIAMI HERALD. Philbin said that he was "first made aware of a situation after Martin left the team following a prank gone wrong on Oct. 28." He added that he was "in touch with both Martin and his parents throughout the following week." But Philbin said, "In all my discussions with Jonathan and his family, at no time were there any accusations or allegations of misconduct by any members of this team or th ...

  • Boys Will Be Boys?

    NFL's locker room culture brought into question amid Dolphins' bullying case.

  • On The Dock Of The Bay

    A's Owner Lew Wolff hopeful for lease extension at Coliseum.

  • Tending To Their Crops

    Farmers Insurance stays on as title sponsor of the PGA Tour event at Torrey Pines.

  • Territorial Gains

    Magic acquire public land for new entertainment complex.

  • Strip Tease

    AEG and MGM Resorts release plans for a new $350M arena on the Las Vegas strip.

  • Foot Traffic

    NFL attendance up 1% with aid from two games in London.

  • Keeping With The Times

    Mike Slive reiterates NCAA's need for structural change.

  • Raising A Red Flag

    Northwestern offers apology for uniforms that appears to show an American flag with blood stains.

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