Featured Story

Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Says There Is "No Question" Protests Are Negatively Affecting NFL

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 23 / 17

Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones yesterday reiterated his belief that the NFL is being "damaged by national anthem protests before games and described Cowboys' sponsors as concerned about the perception that's being created," according to Brandon George of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. He said there is "no ques...

Read More

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

More Stories

12/16/98
HOOPS HELD HOSTAGE, DAY 169: REPORT OF TALKS THIS WEEK

Due to a "change" in the NBPA''s plans, the union "doesn''t expect to get back" to the bargaining table "until the first days of 1999," according to Mitch Lawrence of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS. Lawrence wri

Tags: CBS, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, NBC, Turner Sports, Viacom

12/16/98
HOOPS HELD HOSTAGE, II: PLAYERS SAY UNION HOLDING UP DEAL

Six unidentified members of the NBPA spoke out against the union and "outlined the problems they believe are preventing the lockout from being resolved," according to Stephen Smith of the PHILADELPHIA

Tags: Atlanta Hawks, IBM, Leagues and Governing Bodies

12/15/98
HOOPS HELD HOSTAGE, DAY 168: STERN DENIES LAYOFFS, FOR NOW

NBA Commissioner David Stern "issued a memo yesterday to about 750 league employees denying an Associated Press report that he was planning layoffs during the ongoing lockout," according to Phil Jasne

Tags: CBS, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Miami Heat, Minnesota Timberwolves, NBA, NBC, Showtime, Toronto Raptors, Viacom

12/14/98
HOOPS HELD HOSTAGE, III: NEWSWEEK ON RACE AND RESPECT

In the current issue of NEWSWEEK, on newsstands today, Allison Samuels reports that "many [NBA] players say that racial tensions are exacerbating the adversarial spirit" of the labor negotiations. Hea

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, Miami Heat, NBA, Brooklyn Nets

12/14/98
HOOPS HELD HOSTAGE, II: FEET WON'T FAIL PLAYERS GAME NOW

Just For Feet and Caesars Atlantic City will sponsor "The Game on Showtime" exhibition on December 19. Just For Feet will be the lead sponsor and Caesars will be the official site and hotel sponsor of

Tags: Cablevision, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Miami Heat, NBA, New York Knicks, Showtime, Sports Illustrated

12/14/98
TAGLIABUE SEES REPLAY'S RETURN IN '99, NOT '98

NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said the league "probably will" have instant replay next season, but the "question''s going to be whether it''s a coaches'' challenge system or some other type of syste

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

12/14/98
SHOCKER IN NASHVILLE: FOES DECRY DODGERS' DEAL WITH BROWN

The Dodgers signed free agent P Kevin Brown to a "stunning" seven-year, $105M contract on Saturday, the most lucrative contract in MLB history and the first to top the $100M figure. Brown, who receive

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Arizona Diamondbacks, ESPN, Houston Astros, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Los Angeles Dodgers, MLB, San Diego Padres, Toronto Blue Jays, Walt Disney

12/14/98
HOOPS HELD HOSTAGE, DAY 167: HUNTER SEES NO RAYS OF HOPE

NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter is quoted by Lacy Banks of the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES today as saying that he now believes NBA owners might cancel the season. Hunter said yesterday: "The more we give, the more

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA

12/14/98
NHL TO GO INTO 2002 GAMES BLIND? MORE DEBATE ON PROMOS

The NHL''s participation in the 2002 Salt Lake Games "remains probable" but not a lock, according to Jeff Schultz of the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is still waiting to hear th

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, NBC, NHL

12/11/98
PREMIER SOCCER ALLIANCE ADDS HOUSTON AND MONTERREY

The Premier Soccer Alliance (PSA) will expand to Houston and Monterrey for the ''99 season and to St. Louis starting in 2000. PSA President Gordon Jago said that three additional applicants are "curre

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug