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NFL Reopens Investigation Into Giants K Josh Brown In Wake Of Domestic Violence AdmissionPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 21 / 16
The NFL has "reopened its investigation" of Giants K Josh Brown, who in police documents admitted to abusing his ex-wife, and Brown did not travel with the team to London for its game on Sunday, according to Leonard & Walder of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS. Brown served a one-game suspension to start the...
MLB averaged 31,447 fans per game during the 17 days and 224 games of interleague play -- 16% above the intraleague average of 27,152. Among the attendance highlights were the Yankees and Braves, who
USA TODAY''s Rudy Martzke notes that with three players aiming for Roger Maris'' home run record, regular season ratings on ESPN and Fox "are at least even with -- or up from -- last year." NBC projec
BRANDWEEK''s Terry Lefton reports that longtime MLBPA promo shop Mike Schechter Associates, has signed to represent the NFLPA for promotions. IMG will continue to rep NFLPA for sponsorship deals (BRAN
CBS and Fox Sports "have contacted" NBA player agents about broadcasting exhibition games during the lockout, but the chances that a players league will replace the NBA "even on an interim basis seem
MLB''s long-term search for a commissioner "is over," as baseball will "finally elect" Bud Selig on Thursday after six years without a full-time commissioner (Mult./AP, 7/7). PEACE PLAN? In Boston, Pe
In Baltimore, Peter Schmuck writes that while All-Star fan balloting "is the one real opportunity for the paying customers to play a decision-making role" in MLB, it is "[o]bviously not ... fair." Sch
The NBPA "is convinced" that the implementation of a hard salary cap or the loss of the Larry Bird Exception "will lead to the loss of guaranteed contracts," according to David Moore of the DALLAS MOR
With the All-Star Game set for tonight, columnists examined the first half of the ''98 MLB season. A sampling: RETURN TO COOL: In Cincinnati, John Fay: "Baseball could not have hoped for a better seas
Fallout from the NBA labor dispute "first will be felt in Greece," site of the World Championships, according to the AP''s Thanassis Cambanis. The Greek Basketball Federation fears that without the he
Ken Griffey Jr. won the All-Star Home Run Derby last night in front of a Coors Field record-crowd of 51,231, according to Larry Whiteside of the BOSTON GLOBE. Griffey, who had said he would not partic