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Jones Will Not Sue NFL Over Goodell Contract Extension, But Says Job "Far From Finished"

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 22 / 17

Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones has "dropped the notion of suing fellow NFL owners over the process for extending" Commissioner Roger Goodell’s contract, though he is "hardly ready to give up the fight," according to Jarrett Bell of USA TODAY. Jones wants the " full body of owners -- not just ...

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06/29/99
LEAGUE NOTES

WALLY''S TAKE ON RACE: Former Miami (OH) Univ. G Wally Szczerbiak, asked whether his skin color will be a disadvantage come draft day: "What I want teams and general managers to do is kind of look at

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06/28/99
WTA TOUR ROCKED WITH RACISM TAG BY PLAYER'S MOTHER

Samantha Stevenson, the mother of 18-year-old WTA Tour player Alexandra Stevenson, "says there''s racism on the WTA Tour perpetrated by some of the players, in addition to the fans," according to Al P

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06/28/99
NFL LEAGUE NO EUROPEAN VACATION TO PRESIDENT OLIVER LUCK

In NFL Europe''s World Bowl ''99 yesterday at Rhein Stadium in Dusseldorf, Germany, the Frankfurt Galaxy defeated the Barcelona Dragons in front of 39,643 fans. In N.Y., Edmund Andrews examined the se

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06/28/99
LEAGUE NOTES

The FINANCIAL TIMES'' Ashling O''Connor wrote on female tennis players seeking equal pay and noted that both the French and Australian Opens increased the women''s prize money by "more than the men''s

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06/25/99
PAY EQUALITY DEBATE STILL LINGERING ON IN GOLF, TENNIS

U.S. Women''s Open winner Juli Inkster is "not complaining about the $315,000 she earned" for winning the event, but she does "wonder about the disparity between her champion''s check and the $625,000

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06/25/99
LEAGUE NOTES

ABA 2000: In Indianapolis, Hank Lowenkron wrote that Indianapolis "will be the headquarters" for the American Basketball Association, known as ABA 2000. League co- Founder Joe Newman said that the lea

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06/24/99
LEAGUE NOTES

In Akron, Terry Pluto profiles the Women''s Pro Softball League (WPSL) and writes that "there is much to like" about the WPSL Akron Racers, including ticket prices that don''t exceed $7 and an average

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06/24/99
LITTLE ROCK READY TO ROLL: CITY ONE OF SIX TO GET AFL2 TEAM

The AFL announced this week that Little Rock (AR) is one of six cities that "have met requirements" for an AFL2 franchise to kick off in May 2000, according to Jeffrey Slatton of the ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT

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06/23/99
RED, WHITE AND BLUE ... PART TWO? ABA 2000 LAUNCHED

The American Basketball Association 2000, a new pro basketball league, is scheduled to begin play in January 2000. The ABA 2000 will begin play with a 40-game schedule with target markets including N.

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06/23/99
LEAGUE NOTES

Men''s tennis player Tim Henman, on the disparity in prize money for men and women players at some Grand Slam events, including Wimbledon: "I think they [WTA Tour] should worry about getting their own

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