Goodell Addresses Progress On Domestic Violence Wrigley World Series Ticket Prices Soar UFC's Future Under WME-IMG Still Unclear Backlash Continues To Heap On Giants, NFL Adam Silver Talks Jordan's CBA Involvement League Notes Rowdies, Fury Defect From NASL To USL PGA Tour Opens New Office In Tokyo NHL, Players Set Escrow Withholding Rate At 15% Goodell Addresses NFL's Domestic Violence Policy
Goodell Believes NFL Has Made "Tremendous Progress" On Handling Domestic ViolencePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 28 / 16
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday defended former Giants K Josh Brown's one-game suspension to start the season and "crowed about how the league has 'made tremendous progress' on the thorny issue" in the two years since some "badly bungled" domestic abuse cases, according to Christian Red ...
At a Friday press conference, NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter and 12 of "the game''s most influential agents" said that if the league reopens its CBA next year, "they will face tougher negotiations than th
While much of the weekend World Series media coverage cast a negative pall over the state of MLB, last evening''s historic Game Seven could recoup some of the lost glory of this year''s Fall Classic.
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The NBPA "hopes to present a united front when its agents advisory committee meets" today in N.Y., according to ESPN''s David Aldridge. Aldridge: "The committee contains most of the agents who were pa
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ABL: The ABL signed Jennifer Azzi to a four-year contract extension (ABL). League CEO Gary Cavalli said Azzi''s signing means 29 of the ABL''s top 35 players have signed contract extensions. Cavalli:
Testimony was heard yesterday from Raiders Owner Al Davis in the $130M antitrust suit filed by the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission against the NFL, according to William Lhotka of the ST.
MLB Acting Commissioner Bud Selig met the press yesterday in Cleveland and "expressed optimism" that the low TV ratings for the ''97 World Series would improve and "indicated that the game''s leaders
The NBA "has launched an investigation in an effort to determine whether a new fast-food restaurant -- called Wraptors -- is infringing on the Raptors'' name, trademark and logo," according to Marty Y
The ABL has "decided to remain the only pro sports league in America that bans reporters from its locker rooms," according to the L.A. TIMES'' Earl Gustkey. Gustkey: "Incredibly, a league that needs a