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NFL Releases '14 Schedule; CBS Gets Strong Thursday Games04 / 24 / 14
The NFL released the '14 regular-season schedule last night, and CBS in its first year broadcasting a Thursday night primetime set of games was given a "much stronger package than they gave the NFL Network in previous years." The net’s schedule opens with Steelers-Ravens on Sept. 11. CBS Spor...
WA-based Baden Sports has signed the ABL''s Kate Starbird to endorse all Baden women''s basketball products, including her own basketball line (Baden)....The Univ. of Rhode Island signed an exclusive,
In DC, Thomas Heath examines why Redskins fans are leaving "empty seats" at Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, and three reasons include the recent weather, the suburban location and traffic congestion around t
Visa USA''s multimillion-dollar ad and promo "blitz" centering on the Nagano Games starts tomorrow with a new TV spot featuring five U.S. athletes, according to Stuart Elliott of the N.Y. TIMES. Visa
JAY LENO, on the septuplets born Wednesday: "I guess they''re getting a lot of offers... Food stores are offering free groceries, a Chevy dealer in their town gave them a new van. And the babies alrea
The Mariners'' plan to sell PSLs for premium seats in their new stadium is the "most expensive such plan ever tried by a baseball team," according to David Schaefer of the SEATTLE TIMES. The team''s "
The Eagles and the city of Philadelphia announced plans to tighten security at Veterans Stadium during NFL games, according to Phil Sheridan in a front-page report in today''s PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. A
Fox Sports and News America Digital Publishing have launched a free, customized online service featuring complete sports info on all 10 of Fox''s RSNs. Fox Sports Net Online, which will reside on Fox
TSN "is locked in a restless set of negotiations" with the NHL to replace its contract which expires at the end of the season, according to Rob Longley of the TORONTO SUN. The "looming presence of CTV
Following MLB''s Expansion Draft on Tuesday, Jayson Stark of the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER wrote, "[W]hen the desert dust had settled after this one, something far more significant had happened than the e
The deal that brought the Raiders back to Oakland "will cost taxpayers millions of dollars a year for nearly three decades even if the stadium miraculously sells out, according to documents obtained"