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Goodell Says NFL Planning Centralized Replay System To Help Quicken Pace Of GamesPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 23 / 17
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell this morning said the league is "going to centralize replay" at its N.Y. HQ going forward. Goodell in a letter yesterday to fans alluded to the change, and this morning on ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike" said NFL Senior VP/Officiating Dean Blandino "will have the fin...
NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter said yesterday in a conference call that he doesn''t "expect the NBA season to begin until January -- if at all -- because of the owners'' lockout and current bargaining pos
The USGA "made good on its pledge to place regulations that will rein in the length golfers will be able to hit the ball with new technology that comes on the market," according to Ed Sherman of the C
The NHL has an "opportunity" to reach more fans during the NBA lockout, according to Joe Lapointe of the N.Y. TIMES. Lapointe: "Will television cameras find the celebrity basketball buffs Spike Lee an
Headlines in Sunday''s Sports sections of the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION and the HARTFORD COURANT asked, "What''s Wrong With The NFL?" In Atlanta, Len Pasquarelli wrote that fans "are expressing their displ
"Fox NFL Sunday" host James Brown reported yesterday that the NFL "is so desperate to get a team in Los Angeles that they will rip up their own timetable to decide on the franchise and give the two L.
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FAME''s David Falk plans to take a "more proactive role in ending the lockout," according to Mike Wise of the N.Y. TIMES. Wise: "It remains to be seen whether his presence will be divisive or helpful.
Some NBA players "have said they are weighing the possibility" of boycotting the NBA''s TV partners, NBC and TNT, according to Mike Wise of the N.Y. TIMES. The players view the networks as "co-conspir
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman should take advantage of the NBA lockout and "be whacking the NBA in the knee with some harsh words," according to Michael Happy on CBS SportsLine. Happy: "The current cl
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