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The NFLPA will not only appeal the NFL's 10-game suspension of Cowboys DE Greg Hardy, but is "also considering filing suit against the league," according to a source cited by Clarence Hill Jr. of the FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM. At issue for the union is that the NFL "didn’t mention domestic viole...
The brawl that erupted after Riddick Bowe''s victory over a disqualified Andrew Golota was "a sad night for boxing here in New York City," according to ESPN''s Jimmy Roberts. New York City Mayor Rudol
Texas Motor Speedway officials announced the $110M race track will host its first Winston Cup even, the Texas 500, next April 6. The event could draw over 200,000 fans, making it the largest one-day s
The NBA announced yesterday that a new CBA extending through the 2000-2001 season has been signed with the NBPA, clearing the way for player transactions and negotiations to begin. NBA Exec VP Jeffrey
MLB team owners want "substantial" progress in labor negotiations with the players'' union by August 1, or, they say, they will go back to court for a second attempt at unilaterally imposing a new eco
Despite the lowest rated prime-time All-Star Game ever, Sam Donnellon of the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS notes "goodwill permeated Philadelphia this week. And good luck, too." With many players signing au
The Olympic tennis facility in Stone Mountain, GA will host the USTA''s Women''s Hardcourt Championships in ''97 (USTA)....Attendance at the Nazareth Speedway in Detroit for three weekend racing event
Lawyers for the NBA and its players union missed their self- imposed deadline of having a new labor contract ready to be signed by the close of business yesterday, but a league spokesperson said the "
Today: Part II of THE DAILY''s two-part feature on the future of the WPVA with a look at the sport''s Olympic debut. ON TO ATLANTA: Beach volleyball''s ascension as an Olympic sport should presents bo
Acting MLB Commissioner Bud Selig told reporters yesterday that he was "pleased" with the way MLB has progressed since last year''s All-Star Game in Arlington, TX. Selig: "Attendance is up, TV ratings
The NBA lifted its player lockout yesterday merely hours after it was imposed after having reached final agreement with the NBPA on a new CBA. The delay meant an extension of the moratorium on player