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In the current BRANDWEEK, Terry Lefton examines the progress of Players Inc., the NFLPA''s marketing arm. While NFLP may have 30 of the most recognizable names under contract, Players Inc. has the res
MLB chief labor negotiator Randy Levine and MLBPA Exec Dir Don Fehr met in New York yesterday, but according to all reports, "little progress was made." Levine: "We had a meeting Tuesday and discussed
MLB officials will be "watching closely" next week when the Padres and Mets play a three-game series in Monterrey, Mexico. During MLB''s last expansion, Monterrey got serious consideration. The series
Despite the fact that both Baltimore and St. Louis have acquired teams, NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue and President Neil Austrian still face charges of violating antitrust laws, according to the Bal
Penguins star Mario Lemieux will not play in the ''96 World Cup of Hockey. Lemieux: "I just feel that at this stage of my career, proper training and rest are essential for me" (Penguins). Lemieux''s
If negotiators do not reach an agreement in the next 10 days to two weeks, MLB owners will go to court to lift the injunction that restored the terms of the expired CBA, according to Murray Chass in t
NASCAR''s Brickyard 400 "is seen as a big event," but it may not even be the "No. 3 or 4" race in NASCAR and is less lucrative for Indianapolis than the 500, according to Bill Koenig of the INDIANAPOL
One day after rejecting Juwan Howard''s seven-year $100.8M deal with the Heat, the NBA yesterday declared the All-Star a free agent, allowing him to sign "immediately with any of the league''s 29 team
If MLB owners are successful in their threatened attempt to unilaterally impose a new economic system, union officials "seriously will consider" recommending another strike, according to Mark Maske of
The NBA disapproved the contract between Juwan Howard the Heat yesterday because the listed salary exceeds the room available to the Heat under the league''s salary cap. The NBA said the Heat "incorre