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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 24 / 17

"Player's stock is rising!" means "Agent says stock is rising." "Player's stock is falling!" means "Rival agent says stock is falling." — Andrew Brandt (@AndrewBrandt) April 24, 2017 The LA Chargers' draft war room is in San Diego, the media room and draft party is in Anaheim and...

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Franchise Notes

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Rock To Present The Pistons

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Marketplace Round-Up

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Tags: Detroit Lions, ECHL, Football, Hockey, Soccer, US Airways

OR Gov. Signs Senate Bill 5

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Woods Test-Drives Nike Club

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Tags: American Express, Acushnet, Golf, Nike, PGA Tour

Most Powerful People In Golf

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Tags: ABC, Callaway Golf, CBS, ESPN, Acushnet, Golf, IMG, NBC, Nike, PGA Tour, USGA, Viacom, Walt Disney, Washington Nationals

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