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Seahawks CB Richard Sherman "took issue with several NFL policies" during his weekly media availability Tuesday, including the league's sponsorship stance and its "decision last week to fine teammate Marshawn Lynch $100,000" for not talking to the press, according to Bob Condotta of ...
The Seahawks made a presentation to NFL owners yesterday in an attempt to convince them that "the dispute over safety" of the Kingdome "transcends the debate" over whether owner Ken Behring should be
The IHL K.C. Blades have been sold by Russ Parker to Dan DeVos, who also serves as President & CEO of the IHL''s Grand Rapids franchise that begins play next season, according to this morning''s K.C.
Falcons Owner Rankin Smith said yesterday he has considered selling the team, but he "emphasized an ownership change is not imminent and that there never have been serious discussions with potential b
The Louisiana IceGators, a first-year ECHL franchise, lead the league with attendance close to 10,000 a game and 17 sellouts in 18 games. Gators fan Malcolm Thibodaux: "It''s the biggest thing that''s
During a two-and-a-half 1/2 hour closed-door session between team and NFL officials Saturday, the Bucs were told to "keep their hands off" Cleveland and "continue efforts" to secure a new stadium in T
"Family Day" at the CoreStates Spectrum in Philadelphia for the Clippers-76ers drew an announced crowd of 10,446, but Tim Dwyer of the PHILADELPHIA INQURIER writes "that seems a little generous, unles
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue will present a report on Seahawks Owner Ken Behring''s intention to relocate his team to L.A. at today''s NFL owners meeting in Palm Beach, FL. Behring''s group, led by
Baltimore''s NFL team has come up with two new possible names for the franchise, the "Railers" and "Steamers," according to Jon Morgan of the Baltimore SUN. Those names join "Bombers," "Marauders" and
Staying in South FL has become a "concrete possibility" for the NHL Panthers, as the team confirmed that Home Shopping Network founder Bud Paxson and attorney Bruce Frey have offered to buy the team f
The dispute over Steve Stavro''s "takeover" of Maple Leaf Gardens Ltd. "is heading for a trial" after talks to resolve a lawsuit filed against him by the Ontario Attorney-General and Public Trustee co