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U.S. District Court Judge Anita Brody yesterday "denied preliminary approval" of the $765M settlement between the NFL and "more than 4,500 of its retired players in the concussions case that has been in the spotlight," according to Jeff Blumenthal of the PHILADELPHIA BUSINESS JOURNAL. Plaintiff layw...
Cleveland Mayor Michael White left open the possibility of court action should the NFL allow the move of the Browns. White: "If I were the commissioner of the NFL I would be concerned about potential
The owners of the five U.S. franchises in the CFL discussed seceding and forming their own league during a conference call last week, according to Marty York in this morning''s GLOBE & MAIL. York repo
Cleveland Mayor Michael White was in Washington yesterday to meet with his state''s congressional delegation regarding possible legislative responses to the Browns'' move. In addition, White sought co
Acting MLB Commissioner Bud Selig told MLB GMs at their annual meeting in Scottsdale, AZ, that owners "would soon make a new labor proposal to the players union," according to this morning''s MILWAUKE
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With the soon-to-be Baltimore Browns facing the rival Steelers on ABC''s "Monday Night Football" last night, the controversy surrounding the team''s exit from Cleveland and the ramifications for the l
The Lightning plan to apply to host either the ''98 or ''99 NHL All-Star Game in their new arena, the Ice Palace, (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 11/10)....In New York, Robin Finn notes the about problems the WTA Tou
The NBA and its referees, who have been locked out since October 1 over salary differences, have scheduled a negotiating session for tomorrow, according to Phil Jasner of the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS.
The implications of the lawsuit filed this week by several former NHL players "are enormous, perhaps even devastating for the NHL," according to Jack Todd of the MONTREAL GAZETTE. The suit alleges for
The lockout of NBA referees was declared illegal by the Ontario Labour Relations Board. The Board ruled that "pending a conciliation process, the NBA must begin using its regular officials" at Raptors
Fox''s James Brown interviewed NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue yesterday on "franchise free agency." Tagliabue: "We have to stop it. I think we have to stick with a game plan. We had a game plan to ke