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Rice Apologies For "Biggest Mistake" Of His Life, Calls Suspension Out Of His Control

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 31 / 14

Ravens RB Ray Rice today for the first time publicly commented on the two-game suspension the NFL gave him for his domestic violence arrest in February, calling it something he did not "have any control over." Rice said, "That’s higher authorities. That’s something that the courts, the N...

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10/13/95
WI GOV. SIGNS BREWERS STADIUM FINANCING PLAN INTO LAW

WI Gov. Tommy Thompson signed into law yesterday a financing plan for a new $250M stadium for the Brewers. Plans call for the stadium to be modeled in the style of Brooklyn''s Ebbets Field, but with a

Tags: Facilities, Milwaukee Brewers

10/13/95
POLLIN GETS HIS LEASE FROM CITY, BUT COURT BATTLE IS PENDING

The D.C. Redevelopment Land Agency yesterday agreed to lease a city-owned site to Bullets/Caps Owner Abe Pollin, according to the WASHINGTON TIMES. Meanwhile D.C. Superior Court Judge Linda Hamilton w

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10/13/95
RAMS NEW DOME HOME WILL NOT BE READY AS SCHEDULED

The stadium authority overseeing construction of the Trans World Dome in St. Louis is expected to announce today that the dome will not be ready for the Rams-49ers'' game on October 22, according to t

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Facilities, San Francisco 49ers, St. Louis Rams

10/13/95
STADIUM NOTES

Despite the "desire" of some Harris County official to reimburse Astros owner Drayton McLane and his Astrodome USA company for nearly $500,000 in emergency repairs to the county- owned Astrodome, the

Tags: Facilities, Houston Astros

10/12/95
HOLD THE PHONE! MCI CENTER HELD UP ON JUDGE'S RULING

Abe Pollin''s MCI Center "remained in limbo" yesterday as DC Superior Court Judge Linda Turner Hamilton said she won''t decide until tomorrow if next week''s groundbreaking can proceed as scheduled, a

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10/12/95
STADIUM NOTES: OPPOSITION TO DETROIT STADIUM FUNDING

A poll in Wednesday''s DETROIT FREE PRESS shows that, statewide, 67% oppose the use of state money to build a new downtown stadium for the Tigers (DETROIT FREE PRESS, 10/11). ...The MA House Ways and

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10/12/95
STADIUM CONSTRUCTION BOOM LOOMING IN THE STEEL CITY?

Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy said Tuesday he plans to form a committee to study options regarding a new baseball park and the city''s other two sports facilities, the Civic Arena and Three Rivers Stadi

Tags: Facilities, Pittsburgh Pirates, Pittsburgh Steelers

10/12/95
SWEET HOME CHICAGO: DALEY OFFERS PLAN FOR SOLDIER FIELD

Chicago Mayor Richard Daley issued a "stern warning" to Bears President Michael McCaskey saying he will offer plans next week to refurbish Soldier Field, but those plans will not be as "lavish" as McC

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10/11/95
JUDGE STALLS DC ARENA PROGRESS: HEARING SCHEDULED FOR TODAY

DC Superior Court Judge Linda Turner Hamilton yesterday ruled it was "likely" the city had not followed proper procedures in awarding a downtown arena project to Caps/ Bullets Owner Abe Pollin, accord

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10/11/95
BREWERS STADIUM GETS FINAL LEGISLATIVE APPROVAL

The WI Assembly approved six Senate changes to a stadium financing bill Tuesday, giving the $250M project final legislative approval, according to the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. WI Gov. Tommy Thompso

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