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Ronnie Lott Optimistic About Working Stadium Deal For Current Coliseum Site In OaklandPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 05 / 16
Pro Football HOFer Ronnie Lott "remains optimistic" that he and his Raiders stadium group can "manage to wrestle down a workable deal" on the current Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum property , according to Mark Purdy of the SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. Lott also thinks the NFL "will be supporti...
MN Gov. Arne Carlson said Friday that he believed sentiment in the Legislature "is starting to turn toward approval of state spending" on a new ballpark for the Twins, according to Patrick Sweeney of
Penske Motorsports said Wednesday that the NC Business Court in Charlotte ruled in its favor and dismissed a lawsuit by Speedway Motorsports Chair Bruton Smith. Smith filed the suit against Penske, NC
Modell''s Sporting Goods will open a 2,500-square-foot store at the MCI Center when the arena opens December 2. The store will feature an information kiosk, satellite feeds of sporting events, and a "
The Pacers and the city of Indianapolis have reached agreement on a 20-year lease on a new arena expected to open in ''99, according to the AP. The deal needs to be presented to the city''s Capital Im
The Astros will pay "more than twice what they agreed to last year" for a 30-year lease on their new ballpark, according to John Williams of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. As part of a "long-awaited" agreemen
The Vikings'' ownership group met during their monthly Board of Dir meeting yesterday, but afterward team President Roger Headrick expressed only "his frustration with his inability to present the tea
An 11-county regional tax initiative that would have provided financing for various projects, including new facilities for the Steelers and Pirates, "crashed in defeat Tuesday, apparently failing in a
Minneapolis voters "overwhelmingly approved a city charter amendment that will limit how much city officials can spend on pro sports facilities," including a new Twins ballpark, according to Jay Weine
Voters in 11 PA counties "are being asked today to approve a 0.5 percent add-on to the sales tax for seven years to help finance regional development projects, including new stadiums for the Pirates a
With MA "poised to decide" whether to fund a $50M bill related to stadium renovation, the Patriots have "declined to open the team''s books to the Legislature," according to Tina Cassidy of the BOSTON