Quote of the Day

"My family, my wife, my brother went to Vancouver, but they’re not going this time. I’ve got to say security is part of it."
-- Bruins and Team Canada C Patrice Bergeron, on security concerns surrounding the Sochi Games. (BOSTON HERALD, 1/21)
Tuesday January 21, 2014 Vol. 20 — No. 89 Print This Issue

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  • The Talk Of The Town

    A marketing rep for Seahawks CB Richard Sherman said interest from corporate America "has only increased" since Sherman's controversial postgame interview with Fox' Erin Andrews at the NFC Championship Game , according to Darren Rovell of ESPN.com. Fritz Martin Management Owner & CEO Jamie Fritz said that he has "kept a lot of companies interested in Sherman on the sidelines through the season and he and his client will weigh the risk of holding brands off a little bit more in order to perhaps command Super Bowl champion prices." Rovell noted Sherman "not only owned the media spotlight after the game on Sunday and into Monday," he also "owned commercial time." Both Nike and Beats By Dre "debuted national commercials featuring Sherm ...

  • A View From Within

    SI sees record single-day traffic due to Sherman's first-person account of NFC title game.

  • Point Taken

    Goodell confirms NFL is considering doing away with extra points.

  • A Tough Sell

    As security concerns over Sochi mount, ticket sales slow.

  • In For The Long Haul

    As the Oilers languish for yet another season, Daryl Katz urges fans to have patience.

  • In The Heat Of The Night

    Will the ice at Dodger Stadium hold up to warm SoCal temps?

  • I Dream Of Eugenie

    Canadian teenager could be next big thing in tennis after run to Aussie Open semifinals.

  • Run This Town

    Life Time Fitness buys Miami Marathon from US Road Sports.

  • Taking Responsibility

    Bill Simmons offers mea culpa for controversial Grantland piece.

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