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Redskins Cast Wide Net In GM Search; Could Snyder-Allen Dynamic Slow Process?Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 24 / 17
Redskins reps are "reaching out to some of the more successful organizations in the NFL seeking to find a highly qualified executive to fill their GM job," according to sources cited by Jason La Canfora of CBSSPORTS.com. The Redskins are "casting a wide net" after firing GM Scot McCloughan two week...
Redskins President John Kent Cooke "has upped his bid for the team and Jack Kent Cooke Stadium to the $600 million range," according to sources cited by Eric Fisher of the WASHINGTON TIMES. Cooke''s n
The Penguins "won an off-ice victory yesterday by scoring a $20 million loan, which the team said it needs to make it through the end of the season," according to Ann Belser of the PITTSBURGH POST-GAZ
If AZ developer Sam Grossman''s bid to buy the Redskins is successful, former coach Joe Gibbs said he "would serve as a consultant on any topic Grossman wanted," according to Liz Clarke of the WASHING
Sources within the Expos ownership group say "everything is still on track for new ownership and a new stadium," by the conclusion of a 150-day grace period for team Chair Jacques Menard and his conso
In Chicago, former White Sox OF Albert Belle, who recently signed with the Orioles, writes an open letter in the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES thanking White Sox Owner Jerry Reinsdorf, the team and the fans for "
In Hartford, legislative opponents to the Patriots'' stadium deal were "predicting" approval of the pact by the state''s General Assembly, which will convene today in a special session and vote on the
U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Bernard Markovitz gave the Penguins permission Friday to borrow $20M "the team says it needs to get through the season," according to Ann Belser of the PITTSBURGH POST-GAZE
Chicago Mayor Richard Daley said he would "love" to bring the Raiders to Chicago, according to Fran Spielman of the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES. Daley said he believes Chicago "could support two teams" and has
CT Gov. John Rowland and the Patriots "reached a final agreement Sunday for a new stadium in Hartford that cuts the state''s risk by $4.5 million annually and virtually assures legislative approval on
NFL: In Baltimore, Ken Rosenthal writes that although there was an announced crowd of 69,074 at Sunday''s Ravens- Vikings game at Ravens Stadium, "there were hundreds of empty seats, particularly in t