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Upcoming NFL Schedule Will Feature Changes To Flex Scheduling04 / 23 / 14
The NFL schedule, which will be released tonight, will feature “two significant changes in the league’s flexible scheduling procedures.” Games reportedly will now be flexed into NBC’s “SNF” as early as Week 5. Flex scheduling previously did not start until Week 11...
With the demolition of the old Boston Garden set to begin next month, FleetCenter execs want to move the "cash- generating" Budweiser billboard that has been mounted to the side of the Garden for deca
Marlins P Livan Hernandez said Sunday "that he doesn''t understand" why his half-brother Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez hasn''t accepted a visa from the U.S. and said that he hasn''t be able to contact
Overnight ratings from Nielsen Media Research indicate the Orange Bowl received an 11.4/19 for CBS on Friday, while the Rose Bowl earned a 19.0/33 for ABC on New Year''s Day, according to Stephen Batt
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Don King denied that he did anything to "scuttle a possible heavyweight unification fight" between Evander Holyfield and Lennox Lewis, according to Timothy Smith of the N.Y. TIMES. King said that he "
The WTA Tour officially named Ric Clarson as its new CEO. Clarson, who was the PGA Tour''s VP/Tournament Business Affairs, will begin his four-year term this month (WTA Tour). In a teleconference with
CART has filed a registration statement with the SEC to sell 4,573,000 shares of common stock in an IPO. The company intends to use proceeds from the offering, to be underwritten by Jefferies & Compan
With the "possibility that a protesting Bud Selig would accept a draft and agree to remain as full-time commissioner, the committee searching for a replacement is close to making a final recommendatio
In a partial ruling on a lawsuit filed by handicapped patron Bob Pike against the Rose Garden, U.S. Magistrate Donald Ashmanskas ruled that the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) "did not require e
The Nets, "reeling from the surprise announcement that the Devils want to move to Hoboken, are now seriously considering a move of their own -- to Long Island," according to Jon Gelberg of the Newark