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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...
Lawyers for the Warriors, the NBA and the NBPA "descend on Portland today for [Latrell] Sprewell''s grievance against the league and team, which begins tomorrow," according to David Steele of the S.F.
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue''s annual address to the media has "become a chance for writers and broadcasters to bag" on him and it has "become a situation in which Tagliabue cannot win, no matter
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue met the media assembled for Super Bowl XXXII in San Diego on Friday and gave his annual state of the league address. Excerpts follow: TV DEAL: "Many of you described [t
An L.A. group headed by attorney Carl Capozzola is "projecting" a new football league to compete with the NFL "with a new wrinkle," according to Bill Dwyre of the L.A. TIMES. Capozzola''s group, which
The NHL "should consider" staging a game featuring the top 40 Canadian Hockey League prospects during its All-Star Weekend, according to Kostya Kennedy of SI. Kennedy: "The NHL dreads the logistical n
The IRL opens its season this weekend with the Indy 200 at Walt Disney World Speedway, and Juliet Macur of the ORLANDO SENTINEL writes, "After two years of stumbling, the IRL hopes to show the racing
The NFL''s new eight-year, $17.6B TV package was unanimously approved yesterday by league owners "who also were told to expect the player salary cap" to increase from $41.5M in ''97 to between $53M to
Latrell Sprewell''s arbitration hearing, which will begin next week in Portland, OR, is examined by Mike Wise of the N.Y. TIMES. Sprewell has been in New York since Tuesday to "go over the legal brief
MLB "is still the best bargain in professional sports, though most teams raised 1998 ticket prices," according to USA TODAY''s Chuck Johnson. Of the 28 teams that played in ''97, 20 increased prices f
While the new NFL TV deal allows networks to sell title sponsorships of their pre-game, post-game and halftime shows, it prevents nets from selling "so-called in-game enhancements -- sponsored program