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The NFL's week that was -- Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson, Greg Hardy and Roger Goodell -- dominated Sunday talk shows, on the news and sports sides.

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06/01/95
NFL COMMITTEE TO MEET WITH HOLLYWOOD PARK OFFICIALS TODAY

A "hand-picked" committee along with NFL President Neil Austrian will meet today with Hollywood Park officials in Denver to discuss plans for a new 67,500 seat stadium adjacent to the L.A. racetrack,

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL, Oakland Raiders

06/01/95
CFL ROUND-UP: IS THE HONEYMOON OVER IN CHARM CITY?

Jim Speros and the Baltimore CFL franchise are featured in this morning''s Baltimore SUN, but Ken Murray writes that "beyond the football revival, there were problems." Although the team "boasted a le

Tags: CFL, Indianapolis Colts, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

05/31/95
LEAGUE NEWS AND NOTES

The second-year Texas-Louisiana Baseball League, an independent operation outside the NAPBL, "might even turn a profit in 1995," according to Richard Alm of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. The league project

Tags: AHL, ATP, Foot Locker/Venator Group, Leagues and Governing Bodies, LPGA, MLB, Reebok

05/31/95
NBA ACTION IN THE COURTROOM, AS WELL AS ON-THE-COURT

The NBA and LA-based Top Rank have settled lawsuits against each other as a result of Top Rank''s failed bid to buy the T- Wolves and move them to New Orleans. In a statement, NBA Commissioner David S

Tags: Boston Celtics, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA

05/31/95
NHL'S EUROPEAN VACATION? EXPANSION IDEAS GET MIXED REVIEWS

A discussion paper by the NHL regarding European expansion, obtained by the CANADIAN PRESS, recommends the NHL and IIHF "establish an elite-league structure which would be on par with the top domestic

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NHL

05/30/95
BASEBALL AT MEMORIAL DAY: LONG, HOT SUMMER AHEAD?

During the Memorial Day weekend, traditionally the time when interest in baseball begins to flourish, the sport''s troubled state was again a hot topic in the media. In New York, Claire Smith summed i

Tags: LA Angels, Anaheim Sports, Anheuser Busch, Atlanta Braves, Baltimore Orioles, Colorado Rockies, Miami Marlins, Houston Astros, Kansas City Royals, Leagues and Governing Bodies, MLB, Philadelphia Phillies, Time Warner, Toronto Blue Jays, Walt Disney

05/30/95
NBA WORK STOPPAGE "BECOMES A POSSIBILITY;" TALKS BREAK DOWN

NBA officials admitted yesterday that a work stoppage is possible next season as discussions with the NBPA over a new CBA have broken down, according to Frank Hughes of the WASHINGTON TIMES. NBA Deput

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA

05/26/95
USA WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM NAMED AS NEW LEAGUE LAUNCHED

Eleven women were named yesterday to play for the U.S. Women''s National Basketball Team, "a $3 million experience to win gold at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics." The team will train together for a

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, Oakland Athletics

05/26/95
IHL SEES OPENING IN CANADA MARKET; NOT FAZED BY ATLANTA TALK

IHL Commissioner Bob Ufer said his league has a "tremendous interest" in Canada and wants to establish a "Canadian Conference anchored by a franchise in Toronto," according to this morning''s Toronto

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NHL

05/26/95
BASEBALL NOTES: '98 ALL STAR SITE; NEGRO LEAGUE CELEBRATION

Within the next month, MLB is expected to announce Coors Field as its site for the ''98 All-Star Game (USA TODAY, 5/26)....Visions USA has been "drafted" by the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, MLB

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