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An investment group called Project Fanchise is "planning to start a new indoor-football league that lets fans call plays in real-time from their mobile devices or home computers, make personnel decisions and even choose the warm-up music before games," according to Brad Reagan of the WALL STREET JOU...
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem said that he''s "not opposed" to the fledgling Tour Players Association (TPA), but he "just favors the PGA Tour," according to Blauvelt & Potter of the USA TODAY. Fin
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig said he is "upset and extremely concerned" that player salaries may increase to unprecedented levels during this year''s free-agency period. On Monday, the Mets signed C Mik
At the meetings today in K.C, the NFL may make a decision on Browns President Carmen Policy''s "plea to relax the tampering rules" for building a front-office, but Patrick McManamon of the AKRON BEACO
Two groups from L.A. and one from Houston made one-hour presentations to NFL owners at yesterday''s league meetings in K.C., and Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said that they "should know by April which
Talks between the NBA and its players union are scheduled to resume around 12:00pm ET today after a group of "about" 150 players and the league''s Board of Governors hold separate meetings in the morn
In Toronto, David Shoalts reports that the World Cup of Hockey, last played in the summer of ''96, "is unlikely to be played again." NHL Oilers President & GM Glen Sather: "I haven''t heard a word abo
A "weekend thaw" in the NBA''s labor dispute "prompted a serious attempt yesterday to save most of the season," according to Greg Logan of NEWSDAY. According to a source with knowledge of the "secreti
NBA CMO Rick Welts is interviewed by BRANDWEEK''s Terry Lefton and says that the league has told its corporate partners "that they will get the information they need" throughout the league''s lockout.
The NFL league meetings begin today in K.C., and the owners "appeared to be wrestling with the most basic question: Do we want to acknowledge at this time that we are going to expand to 32 teams," acc
NFL: In L.A., T.J. Simers reviewed the ''98 NFL season, calling the league''s play "wretched." Simers: "TV ratings have fallen, and in some places there''s no sign of life. ... So why does this season