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U.S. District Court Judge Anita Brody yesterday "denied preliminary approval" of the $765M settlement between the NFL and "more than 4,500 of its retired players in the concussions case that has been in the spotlight," according to Jeff Blumenthal of the PHILADELPHIA BUSINESS JOURNAL. Plaintiff layw...
NBA players would be "crazy" to disband the NBPA, according to Spurs forward Sean Elliott in this morning''s SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS. In a report by David King, a number of NBA players, in San Antoni
A Federal Appeals Court upheld the NFL''s right to black out games that are not sold out. A Cleveland man who is hearing- impaired sued the NFL, the Browns and Cleveland''s network affiliates charging
The NBA lockout is "reaching into the wallets of corporate America," according to Peter May in yesterday''s BOSTON GLOBE. May reports that on Friday NBA teams were told the league canceled its biennia
Throughout the first half of the season, weekend columnists and pundits have expounded on the dire state of baseball, but that attitude took a hit this weekend as several opinion-makers took swings at
U.S. National Team coach Steve Sampson called the U.S.''s 3-0 win over Argentina in the Copa America tournament "by far one of the biggest wins in U.S. soccer history" (Calvin Sims, N.Y. TIMES, 7/15).
The memo sent by the NBPA to its members on Wednesday "seeks to convince players that decertifying the union would not, as some agents contend, force the NBA to lift its lockout, but instead would imp
In the 6:30pm EDT edition of "SportsCenter," ESPN''s Charley Steiner said the All-Star Game "is almost like opening night for a new Broadway show. Baseball''s salvation show opens its tent for all of
In the current issue of VANITY FAIR, Frank Deford examines the state of women''s tennis with the header: "Why have so many professional women tennis players become unstrung? ... The system itself may
"Another legal shot was fired on the NBA labor front Tuesday when a group of players attempting to decertify the union filed a preliminary injunction against the league''s lockout," according to today
The NBA has told the United Negro College Fund that it may not hold Magic Johnson''s 10th annual charity game July 30 at The Great Western Forum, and "that Johnson may not be involved in any way," acc