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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...
NBC Sports President Dick Ebersol said that the network was "interested in holding on" to its NFL AFC package, "but not at catastrophic rates" that were being negotiated, according USA TODAY''s Michae
CBS "was willing to spend heavily on the AFC package because the network owns stations in seven of its teams'' markets," according to sources of the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER''s Stephen Battaglio. In a front
NBC''s loss of the AFC package was the "latest blow to the must-see network, which is already reeling from the end of ''Seinfeld,''" according to Bob Raissman of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS. But it still has
CBS "has bought its way back into pro football, bouncing NBC from its longtime coverage" of AFC Sunday afternoon games with a $4B, eight-year deal, according to sources of Leonard Shapiro in a front-p
The LPGA, which opens its ''98 schedule on Friday, was profiled by Brad Townsend of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. In his second year last year, Commissioner Jim Ritts spent "much of the year fighting old L
The WTA Tour named its longtime outside legal counsel and business advisor, Bart McGuire, as its new CEO. McGuire begins his two-year appointment tomorrow with a trip to the Australian Open. McGuire i
The AVP Board of Directors announced that Harry Usher has been named the AVP''s interim CEO, effective immediately. Usher replaces previous CEO Jerry Solomon. In a statement, the AVP announced that So
The NFL "has asked its" five TV partners to pay a "combined increase of nearly 70%, for a total of about $1.85 billion annually, to retain broadcast rights," according to sources of Stefan Fatsis of t
On CNN/SI, Jackie MacMullan discussed the controversy surrounding 2ball, the new All-Star Weekend event which pairs NBA and WNBA players: "The players were upset that the league had not notified them
In his Sunday BOSTON GLOBE column, Peter Gammons reported that the "rumblings among [MLB] owners is that there may be two commissioner candidates presented at the Executive Council meeting this week,