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The upcoming release of Columbia Pictures' "Concussion," which focuses on brain trauma in football, has the "potential to do what a Hall of Famer's suicide, protracted lawsuits and reams of scientific data could not: present the horrors of football's concussion crisis in such simple and compelling ...
The NFL kicked off its 77th season with the Ravens opener in Baltimore getting heavy media attention. The Memorial Stadium crowd of 64,124 was the largest football crowd in MD history. In Baltimore, N
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, in Vancouver for last night''s Canada-Russia World Cup of Hockey game, confirmed that Nashville has formally applied for an NHL expansion team, according to the VANCOUVE
MLS Commissioner Doug Logan unveiled the logo and name for the inaugural MLS championship game yesterday. The game, to be called MLS Cup ''96, will be held October 20 at Foxboro Stadium, Foxboro, MA.
MLB owners are ready to place the Devil Rays in the AL and the Diamondbacks in the NL, according to Hal Bodley in USA TODAY. This "long-awaited" action might happen when MLB owners met in Seattle, Sep
The three August events for the Nuveen Champions Tour drew 71,083, which included a single event attendance record (^) at the Citibank Champions in Westchester, NY. For the year, seven events have dra
The B.C. Lions can be added to the list of financially strapped CFL teams as the club failed to meet its payroll yesterday, according to the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. In complying with its CBA, the league
The degree of World Cup of Hockey "fever depends on which side of the 49th parallel you''re taking the reading," according to David Shoalts of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. Shoalts examines North American
Even as some MLB owners continue to lobby against certain provisions of a proposed labor deal with players, some owners and others in management "are growing increasingly frustrated by the delay initi
In what the WALL STREET JOURNAL calls "the latest clash over the growing use of live sports information in cyberspace," the NBA filed suit against America Online for "allegedly pirating scores and sta
In San Diego, Nick Canepa previews the NFL season by noting the league has achieved parity. But, he adds, "Parity is the mother of mediocrity, and mediocrity is the League''s disease, a debilitating a