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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday confirmed the NFL Draft will be pushed back to May next year , but "other proposed changes to the sport's offseason calendar are not yet set," according to sources cited by Mark Maske of the WASHINGTON POST. The Draft will move to May for at least one year,...
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem, "the man with the soft CEO demeanor who governs a normally laid-back sport, has turned tough guy and is playing hardball." Finchem said the PGA Tour will suspend pla
NHLPA Exec Dir Bob Goodenow said yesterday that negotiations will resume tomorrow. Asked what to expect, Goodenow told the N.Y. POST: "We haven''t set any final offers or drawn any lines in the sand.
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AHL President Dave Andrews wants to expand the 16-team league. Portland Pirates owner Tom Ebright, chair of the AHL''s expansion committee whose Pirates originally were in Baltimore, said Baltimore co
49ers VP John McVay "has seen more blindside hits on quarterbacks this season than he can ever recall." That''s why he is proposing that the NFL competition committee study the use of a penalty box, s
"The fact ''urgent'' negotiations between the owners and players aren''t expected to resume before Thursday -- the first day of December -- doesn''t leave much room for optimism," writes Dave Fuller i
At least one NFL team has asked the league''s competition committee to study the use of a penalty box -- similar to the one used by the NHL -- "for players who deliver dangerous hits to a quarterback.
If there is going to be a negotiated settlement in time to save spring training, "the groundwork is going to have to be laid this week" (Jayson Stark, PHILA. INQUIRER, 11/29). BACK AT IT TODAY: The ow
Dick Moss, one of the main organizers of the proposed United Baseball League, was in Vancouver Sunday for the CFL''s Grey Cup. Moss: "Vancouver is very important to us. There''s the size of the city a
Baseball owners and players will meet again at the bargaining table again Tuesday. "The question is whether they have anything serious to discuss." Union officials would not say yesterday whether they
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After a somewhat optimistic outlook entering the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday, the NHL labor talks ended the weekend with a shortened session on Saturday and no communication between the two sides on Sun