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Panini Signs QB Marcus Mariota To Autograph Trading-Card DealPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 30 / 15
Panini has signed NFL Draft prospect and Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota to an autograph trading-card deal. Under the agreement, Mariota will appear on Panini packaging including its first collegiate licensed trading cards, "Contenders ...
Agent Bill Strickland denied NBA Deputy Commissioner Russ Granik''s recent comments that the CBA with players was "98 to 99 percent written" before new NBPA negotiators slowed down the process. Strick
ESPN''s John Kernan reports that Indianapolis Motor Speedway President & CEO Tony George''s comments last week that CART has 30 days to stop using the IndyCar name "appear to have ended any possibilit
An ABC News/WASHINGTON POST poll has found that three- quarter of those, who had heard of the suspension of Nuggets guard Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf for refusing to stand during the nation anthem, support the
As MLBPA negotiators prepare their response to management''s most recent labor proposal, Tracy Ringolsby writes the "final battle" over a new deal could be within union ranks. Players are reportedly "
Baseball''s owners "overwhelmingly" approved a modified revenue-sharing plan, with the hope that it could be a "catalyst" for a new CBA with the players. The two-year plan, adopted on an interim basis
With an interim revenue-sharing plan in hand, management offered the players a revised labor proposal last night, described by one management official as "a fairly major move" (Mark Maske, WASHINGTON
A U.S. District Court judge in New Orleans ordered a local bar, Mike''s Grill, pay fines of $20,000 and attorney''s fees of $7,100 to the NFL for showing blacked-out Saints games. During the past two
While few MLB owners would say so, "it appears likely they will vote on a revenue-sharing plan today as meetings come to an end in Phoenix," according to this morning''s ARIZONA REPUBLIC. Once put int
NHL Breakout, the league''s traveling street and roller hockey festival, begins its second season March 23-24 at Tampa''s Busch Gardens, with stops in 16 North American cities. The tour combines compe
CART officials "remained silent" yesterday regarding Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Tony George''s demand the body stop using the term "IndyCar." CART spokesperson Adam Saal: "It''s gone to our