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Cardinals' Arians, Bidwill Called "Pioneers" For Making Welter NFL's First Female CoachPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 29 / 15
As the first NFL team to employ a female coach, the Cardinals are "forever stamped as pioneers," according to Dan Bickley of the ARIZONA REPUBLIC. Yesterday's introduction of Jen Welter, hired to coach inside linebackers in training camp and preseason, "did not generate the expected sonic boom" with...
Johnny Buss said that he will return as WNBA Sparks President -- "on a one-year contract, not the three-year deal he''d sought," according to Earl Gustkey of the L.A. TIMES. Buss said that "he recentl
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NHL Kings President Tim Leiweke "apologized Tuesday for suggesting owners Philip Anschutz and Ed Roski might sell the Kings if they don''t get approval for a new downtown arena," according to Randy Ha
About 11,300 tickets remain unsold for the Vikings home opener on Sunday against the Bucs (ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 9/10)....In Tampa, David Smith, VP of sports apparel chain Team Choice, said that he
Jac Sperling, the Denver-based attorney who is in charge of day-to-day operations for the NHL expansion team in St. Paul, said that "between 9,200 and 9,300 season-ticket deposits -- costing $100 each
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