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NFL's Game Of Musical Chairs Continues As Owners Approve Raiders' Move To Las VegasPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 28 / 17
NFL owners in Phoenix approved the Raiders' move to Las Vegas yesterday by a "landslide" 31-1 vote, the franchise's "second departure from the Bay Area," according to Jon Saraceno of the LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL. The Dolphins were the lone dissenting vote. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and som...
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Red Sox CEO John Harrington spoke to Will McDonough of the BOSTON GLOBE and said that should the team fail to advance to the ALCS, it will cost the Red Sox "about a million dollars." Harrington: "Virt
Islanders President David Seldin dismissed a Toronto Sun report that the team was in talks with the Gund family about possibly playing at Cleveland''s Gund Arena, according to Anthony McCarron of the