Quote of the Day

"If you watched the World Series, you may not have taken action, but you definitely walked away with brand awareness for YouTube TV."
-- YouTube Global Head of YouTube TV & Originals Marketing Angela Courtin, on the company’s presenting sponsorship of the World Series. (ADWEEK.com, 11/15)
Thursday November 16, 2017 Vol. 24 — No. 49 Print This Issue

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  • Enough Is Enough

    Jones claims it is important for owners to know the truth about the negotiations

    The NFL has accused Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones of "trying to sabotage its contract negotiations" with Commissioner Roger Goodell, "calling his conduct 'detrimental to the league’s best interests,'" according to Andrew Beaton of the WALL STREET JOURNAL. Sources said that the tension has "grown so severe that the topic of removing Jones has been discussed by at least some owners." That type of "drastic action would require the league showing conduct detrimental to the league -- which is exactly the language the league used" yesterday in a letter sent to Jones’ attorney, David Boies. The letter says Jones' “antics, whatever their motivation, are damaging the League.” The letter was in response to Boies' memo fr ...

  • Playing Small Ball

    Rays may only be able to pay fraction of cost for new ballpark.

  • Reel It In

    Derek Jeter makes clear his goal to get the Marlins' finances in order.

  • Staying On Target

    Credit One to help fill void on Kyle Larson's No. 42 Cup ride in '18.

  • All In The Family

    Golic admits working with Wingo, Mike Jr. eliminated retirement idea post-"Mike & Mike."

  • Take It To The Bank

    The Yankees are poised to fall below the luxury tax threshold with several onerous contracts expiring.

  • In The Rough

    The PGA Tour RSM Classic's calendar spot is in jeopardy for next season.

  • Moving Pieces

    Two-time NWSL champion FC K.C. will not return to the league next season.

  • National Lampoon

    "South Park" spoofs NFL, Jones as it dives into the league's search for new fans.

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