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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...
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In N.Y., Harvey Araton writes on a possible sale of the Yankees to Cablevision and writes, "Despite his image as a big spender with big money, the genuine George [Steinbrenner''s] cash flow is whisper
The Oakland City Council "failed Thursday to agree on a settlement" of the A''s $48M claim against the Oakland Alameda County Coliseum Authority, "leaving the two sides still bickering" before today''
The Carson (CA) City Council last night approved $180M in bonds toward the funding of a new NFL stadium as the group "heard for the first time what" Michael Ovitz''s ownership group needs from its pub
Hornets Owner George Shinn was the subject of a lawsuit filed by Charlotte business exec Ed Peacock who alleges that Shinn has received $4.1M in "unconstitutional payments from the Charlotte Coliseum
Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner yesterday "declined to answer questions about a possible sale; but he did not sound ready to cede his ownership" of the team in a telephone interview with Jack Curry
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Tigers attorney John Hoffman said that the decision to award ten-year-old Alyssia Benejam $1M for injuries to her hand would "without question" be appealed because of "significant legal errors" by Cir
Reds Owner Marge Schott "has signed a document agreeing to sell her controlling interest in a deal that could see the Reds with new owners by early 1999," according to team sources cited by Geoff Hobs
A''s co-Owner Steve Schott said he and partner Ken Hofmann "expect to trigger a Coliseum lease provision by Friday that will put the team up for sale," according to John Hickey of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE.