Quote of the Day

"I’m not Simon Cowell. I’m not going to say, ‘Oh, this guy stinks, he sucks.’ I’m not going to be calling people to the carpet for no reason or be cruel and demean people. But I want to be honest."
-- New CBS NFL analyst Tony Gonzalez, on how he will handle criticizing players in his “The NFL Today” role. (THE DAILY)
Wednesday February 19, 2014 Vol. 20 — No. 110 Print This Issue

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  • Citizen Kain

    Colter likened his workload on the football team to that of the military

    Former Northwestern Univ. QB Kain Colter yesterday at a National Labor Relations Board hearing in Chicago "detailed a grueling football schedule that he contends didn't allow him to pursue his dream of becoming an orthopedic surgeon," according to a front-page piece by Cancino & Greenstein of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Colter was the "key witness of the College Athletes Players Association, a recently formed union that filed an election petition" last month with the NLRB. The CAPA is "seeking to unionize Northwestern football players who receive scholarships." Colter "is the only player expected to testify before an NLRB hearing officer in Chicago." He said, "It truly is a job. There is no way around it." Colter "spoke of 50- to 60-hour workw ...

  • Letting The Air Out Of The Balloon

    Sochi's Olympic Park is "despondent" after Russia is eliminated from the hockey tournament.

  • The Feeling Is Mutual

    Liberty Mutual works skier Heidi Kloser's injury into an instant marketing opportunity.

  • Follow The North Star

    Minneapolis-St. Paul leads all U.S. markets for NBC's primetime Olympic coverage.

  • Rise And Shine

    Blazers, Wizards latest teams to raise season-ticket prices.

  • Ready To Rumble

    WWE seeking dramatic increase in rights fees for its Raw, Smackdown franchises.

  • We Run The Court

    New A-10 campaign asserts league's basketball prowess.

  • Call Your Bluff

    N.J. asks Supreme Court to overturn sports betting law.

  • That's The Spirit

    The 76ers score a PR coup by signing local teen with Down Syndrome to a ceremonial contract.

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