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NFL Reopens Investigation Into Giants K Josh Brown In Wake Of Domestic Violence AdmissionPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 21 / 16
The NFL has "reopened its investigation" of Giants K Josh Brown, who in police documents admitted to abusing his ex-wife, and Brown did not travel with the team to London for its game on Sunday, according to Leonard & Walder of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS. Brown served a one-game suspension to start the...
Casey Martin has "turned down" an invitation to play in the PGA Tour''s Doral-Ryder Open March 5-8, because he has already committed to play that week in the Nike Tour''s Greater Austin Open, accordin
The AHL''s corporate revenue has reached $2M and a new CBA "will be signed any day," according to David Heuschkel of the HARTFORD COURANT. AHL President David Andrews said that the league is looking a
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem said yesterday that Casey Martin "almost certainly" will play in a PGA Tour event this year and "probably will have at least two years" to ride a cart on the pro golf
The Martin ruling was the topic of last night''s "Nightline," with Mike VonFremd''s report featuring interviews with U.S. Attorney Gen. Janet Reno, U.S. Sen. Tom Harkin, Golf Digest''s Mike Stachura a
While the NHL''s Olympians battle in Nagano, the league has created "Winter Break" from February 7-24 to maintain the visibility of its teams and players. Each team will engage in various programs and
NBA Commissioner David Stern''s "new crusade [is] Reefer madness," according to Carol Slezak of the CHICAGO SUN- TIMES. Slezak wrote that lost in this "emerging power struggle" between Stern and the u
Judge Thomas Coffin ruled yesterday in OR that Casey Martin has the right to ride a cart while competing in professional golf tournaments, making Martin the "first professional athlete to successfully
The sport of golf "has only begun to feel the ramifications" of Casey Martin''s court victory, according to Clifton Brown of the N.Y. TIMES. Brown: "Will other golfers challenge the PGA Tour for the r
The Casey Martin ruling reverberated throughout the industry with writers, players, and others weighing in: TOUR TAKES HIT: In Philadelphia, Rich Hoffman calls the Tour''s stance "a bad fight because
The Corel WTA Tour announced an agreement to settle litigation among members of its Players Association (WTAPA). The deal, which involves a restructuring of the WTAPA and includes provisions making To