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NFL Moves Goodell's Super Bowl Week Press Conference From Friday To WednesdayPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 20 / 17
The NFL is moving Commissioner Roger Goodell's annual press conference from Friday to Wednesday, a major break with the tradition of Super Bowl week. The move could mean fewer reporters and owners attend, as many have not arrived by mid-week. The event has served as a high-profile meeting place, att...
MLB: USA TODAY''s Hal Bodley reports that MLB Commissioner Bud Selig has asked former Commissioner Fay Vincent to return on a consulting basis. Vincent will not be a paid consultant (USA TODAY, 8/18).
The Patriots-Cowboys American Bowl ''98 drew 106,424 at Mexico City''s Azteca Stadium last night. It did not top the record of 112,376 for the Oilers-Cowboys game in Mexico City in ''94, but it did ma
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ABL COO Jim Weyermann said that 10% salary cuts to all non-contract employees "are being made to create short-term resources for increased advertising and marketing," according to Marjo Rankin Bliss o
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