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NFL Clears Harrison, Matthews, Peppers In PED Investigation

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 31 / 16

The NFL has found "no credible evidence" that Steelers LB James Harrison and Packers LBs Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers "used or were provided with prohibited substances, following an investigation into allegations made in a documentary" by Al-Jazeera America. The three players "were intervi...

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Morning Buzz, July 2, 2002

  The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Tuesday, July 2, 2002 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz • Lucky Seven: Slive To Be Announced As SEC''s Newest Commissioner • Houston Hopes

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ABC's World Cup Finals Ratings

ABC earned a 3.9/16 overnight Nielsen rating for its live 7:00am ET telecast of the Brazil-Germany World Cup Championship Match Sunday and a 2.8/7 for the replay at 1:00pm, and the "combined 6.7 overn

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“Thank God the Yankees are out there. Not many teams can assume a salary such as this.” — Blue Jays GM J.P. Ricciardi, after trading RF Raul Mondesi, which saved the team $12.5M over th

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While YankeeNets execs are hoping for a last minute deal on a Newark arena, one partner said the company''s BOD is ready to look elsewhere for a long-term home for the Devils and Nets if the NJ legisl

Rosenhaus Sheds Bad Image

The "overall sentiment" by various sports agents is that FL-based agent DREW ROSENHAUS "didn''t clean up [his image] voluntarily," as it was "only a result of [NFLPA] rules created in large part becau

Tags: Carolina Panthers, Football, NFL, People and Pop Culture, Tennessee Titans

Fox' MLB AS Game Sold Out

Fox has sold out its ad inventory for the July 9 MLB All-Star Game at an average of $325,000 per 30-second spot, according to MEDIAWEEK. The ''02 telecast will earn about 8% more revenue than the ''01

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The World Cafe, Part I MLS, USSF see hopeful signs for soccer''s growth in U.S., but media remains skeptical. The World Cafe, Part II THE DAILY''s Roundtable opines on the winners and losers of the mo

Marketplace Round-Up

Shares of adidas-Salomon stock fell 3% yesterday "after adidas-sponsored Germany lost the World Cup soccer final to a Brazilian team wearing Nike." Madrid-based Merrill Lynch analyst Oscar Marcos: "Ev

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USOC Impressed W/ N.Y. Bid

USOC Site Evaluation Chair Charles Moore said yesterday that N.Y. "possesses `all the right ingredients'' to hold the 2012 Summer Games but acknowledged that the lofty, billion-dollar construction pro

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SBJ On Venue Security

Street & Smith''s SportsBusiness Journal Presents the Executive Forum: THE ECONOMICS OF VENUE SECURITY — Risk Assessment, Management & Cost Control for Venue Safety & Security, August 13-14, 2002

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