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Lions Ownership To Stay With Family After Passing Of William Clay Ford03 / 10 / 14
The Lions this morning announced Martha Ford, the widow of team Owner & Chair William Clay Ford, will take over controlling interest in the franchise "pursuant to long-established succession plans." William Clay Ford died yesterday at the age of 88 . Bill Ford Jr. will remain Lions Vice Chair (...
William Collins, who leads a group of investors from Northern VA looking to bring MLB to the area, says baseball should arrive soon, according to USA TODAY. Collins: "I''ve told people in our organiza
Yesterday''s Oilers-Steelers game at the Astrodome was the first since a preseason game last month was cancelled due to poor field conditions, and also the first since Oilers Owner Bud Adams began neg
NFLPA Asst Exec Dir Doug Allen said they are watching the dispute between the Raiders and the NFL over the distribution of PSL revenue "with great interest," according to the SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. Al
As their new training facility in Chesterfield, MO, is not complete, the Blues have announced they will hold training camp at the New England Sports Center in Marlboro, MA, the official training cente
The Devils and NJSEA have a court-mandated September 15 deadline to solidify a tentative agreement reached on July 13 that would keep the team in NJ until 2007. If the deadline passes, either the deal
Former MSG President Bob Gutkowski says power corrupted him and he thinks the same can be said for current and past MSG figures Pat Riley, Dave Checketts, Mike Keenan and Neil Smith, according to Stev
"In an industry of butchered promises and renegotiated contracts and pitchers flipping fingers at fans, the Haases, like Ripken, seem to represent the last noble vestiges of a game gone bad. They used
The Pirates yesterday eliminated DC-based lawyer Bart Fisher as a prospective buyer and gave Sacramento-based Kevin McClatchy two weeks exclusivity to negotiate a deal according to the PITTSBURGH POST
The Oakland Football Marketing Association will unveil a loan program today designed to allow poorer fans to finance the purchase of Raiders season tickets and/or PSLs. Robert Salladay reports in this
As of yesterday, the Heat had sold 150 season tickets since last weekend''s hiring of Pat Riley. Heat Exec VP/ Business Ops Pauline Winick thinks Riley''s arrival will "accelerate the process" of gett