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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday night followed up on his letter to fans about improving the game, saying this effort is "not as focused on the length of the game." Appearing on NFL Network's "Up to the Minute," Goodell said, "This is focused on what’s happening outside of the plays ...
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
NFL: During his presentation to NFL owners in K.C., Michael Ovitz said that league owners "wanted assurances" that a southern CA team would be supported. Ovitz: "I''ll put an L.A. fan up against an Ea
ABL CEO Gary Cavalli said that "recent infusions of money by ''equity investors,'' the sale of operating rights for three teams and rising sponsorship sales have put the ABL back on track to break eve
NBA and NBPA negotiators "took a break Thursday" with no future bargaining session planned, according to USA TODAY''s Matt Cimento. The two sides agreed to speak today. Cimento: "Several members of bo
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig and the MLBPA "agree that it is premature to say what, if anything, they will do about androstenedione," according to Murray Chass of the N.Y. TIMES. Selig said that he is "
The NBA and its players union negotiated for more than 16 hours yesterday, but when it was over, the two sides "hadn''t moved ... much closer to a deal," according to Chris Sheridan of the AP. After t
The NBA said yesterday it will not make further announcements about its schedule until either a CBA resolution is announced or the season is canceled entirely. A December 12 Mexico City game was postp
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig is expected to announce before spring training next season that MLB will "begin to prohibit players'' use of androstenedione," according to sources of Marty York of the Toro