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Judge Orders NFLPA Lawsuit On Behalf Of Brady To Be Heard In N.Y., Not MinnesotaPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 30 / 15
A Minnesota federal court judge this morning ordered the NFLPA’s lawsuit, filed yesterday against the NFL over the suspension of Patriots QB Tom Brady, to be sent to Manhattan federal court, where the league had earlier pre-emptively filed to enforce the decision. It is a critical decision not...
ESPN''s Chris Mortensen reported the NFL and its teams are "scrambling to see what''s gone wrong" with the league''s drug testing system following the drug-related indictments of Cowboys WR Michael Ir
The sudden and tragic death of NL umpire John McSherry on opening day in Cincinnati has refocused attention on MLB''s health requirements for its umpires. ESPN''s "Cover Story" focused on the conditio
The Indy Racing League announced new chassis rules for next year''s season, which organizers see as a first step toward cutting the costs of Indy car racing. New cars will be built by G Force of Engla
LPGA Commissioner Jim Ritts announced the tour will feature the top 30 women professional golfers in a new year-ending LPGA Tour Championship. This year''s event will be held at Las Vegas'' ITT Sherat
MLB player salaries are "nearly back to their level before the strike," according to an ASSOCIATED PRESS survey. Detroit''s Cecil Fielder is the highest-paid player at $9.2M per year. The average sala
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With MLB having officially kicked off its ''96 season on ESPN last night, the rest of the league holds Opening Day today. Several writers used the occasion to offer thoughts on the state of the game.