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Buccaneers Front Office May Be Putting Jobs On The Line With Jameis Winston PickPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 01 / 15
With the Buccaneers selecting QB Jameis Winston first overall in the NFL Draft, GM Jason Licht and coach Lovie Smith have "gone out on a limb" and picked a player who will either "make them look like geniuses or get them fired," according to Pat Yasinskas of ESPN.com. The careers of Smith and Licht ...
Hi Corbett Field in Tuscon, AZ, is now "Hi Corbett Field at the US West Sports Complex" after a multimillion- dollar sponsorship deal between the Rockies and US West, according to Kerri Smith of the D
The Canucks are considering a possible change of uniform design and colors for the next NHL season, according to the VANCOUVER SUN. GM Pat Quinn said the team has looked at a blue-based jersey, but no
Chiefs Owner Lamar Hunt has transferred 80% ownership of the team to his children "to ensure that the team remains in his family," according to Kent Pulliam of the K.C. STAR. Hunt and his wife, Norma,
For the first time in three years, the NFL Giants have raised ticket prices, with an increase of five dollars "across the board for every seat" for next season, according to Paul Schwartz of the N.Y.
The demand for Bulls tickets was examined by Brown & Zimmermann in a front-page feature in Sunday''s CHICAGO SUN- TIMES. About three-fourths of the Bulls'' 15,000 season- tickets are owned by business
Felix Sabates, who withdrew Raleigh''s bid for an NHL expansion team after he could not work out a lease agreement at a proposed arena, contends -- "and sources on the NHL Board of governors agree" --
Reds Managing Executive Officer John Allen was profiled in a "Page 1" report by CNN/SI''s Paul Crane. With Reds Owner Marge Schott serving a two-and-a-half-year suspension from the club''s daily opera
After "unexpectedly" signing an agreement with the city to stay in Houston for at least the next seven years, the Rockets lost their lawsuit seeking release from their Summit lease for a possible move
In N.Y., NEWSDAY''s Elizabeth Sanger is reporting that senior execs at Cablevision and ITT have come to an "understanding" that Cablevision "has the right to match" the highest bid ITT receives for it
CT and Whalers officials met yesterday in an effort to keep the team in CT, according to Greg Garber in the HARTFORD COURANT. Garber: "It could be all over -- one way or another -- in two weeks." A ne