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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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Daiei To Sell Japanese Club

The FINANCIAL TIMES’ Mariko Sanchanta reports that Japanese department store Daiei is “planning to sell” its Japanese Pacific League club, the Daiei Hawks.  Foreign investors, “including Lehman Brothers, US hedge fund Ripplewood and Colony Capital, a US-based real estate investment com ...

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NFL's Medical Bill Of Rights

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Tags: Football, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

St. Louis' CBS Affiliate Raises Questions

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Greensboro Heading Up ECHL Club

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The New Soldier Field Examined

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