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The NFL's week that was -- Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson, Greg Hardy and Roger Goodell -- dominated Sunday talk shows, on the news and sports sides.
The Mavericks and Stars presented a "united front" when meeting with Dallas officials Thursday about a new downtown arena, according to the FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM. The teams offered two proposals, ne
A study presented to the Metro-Dade County Commission is likely to "cement" hotel industry opposition to any plan to tax tourists to fund a new downtown Miami arena, according to the MIAMI HERALD. The
The Maple Leafs will conduct a study of the new arenas in Montreal and Vancouver. Team officials, however, would not commit to whether they wanted to move out of the 65-year-old Maple Leaf Gardens (GL
The Mavericks, Stars and Dallas city officials plan to resume negotiations today over building a new downtown arena. According to this morning''s DALLAS MORNING NEWS, the proposed facility has won "pl
If the Brewers are unable to generate $90M by March 22 to cover the team''s share of a proposed $250M ballpark, the WI Stadium Board will try to find private investors to join the effort to build the
The Committee for Jobs and Development for Detroit has raised more than $300,000 to gain voter approval for use of $40M in city development funds for a new Tiger Stadium. The DETROIT NEWS also reports
The Anaheim City Council has "acquiesced" to Disney''s demand that the city pay $30M of the projected $100M price tag to renovate Anaheim Stadium. That decision follows the company''s "threat" it woul
Red Sox CEO John Harrington says the team hopes to finish developing its own financial plan for a new privately funded stadium "somewhere in Greater Boston" by this summer. In an interview with the BO
Estimating that 75% of the design work on the Brewers'' new stadium has been "suspended" or "postponed," Milwaukee Stadium Board Vice Chair Craig Leipold says only "necessary" work will continue until
The Denver City Council has approved a resolution agreeing to allow a public vote on the Broncos'' campaign for a new taxpayer-financed stadium, but it may have done the Broncos "more harm than good,"