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The AFL BOD has awarded Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones an AFL expansion franchise to begin play in April 2001. The deal is contingent on Jones'' ability to secure an arena lease. Cowboys VP and Jones'' son
Fox Sports Net (FSN) announced Friday that after several conversations with Michael Irvin, both parties agreed it would be "imprudent" for Irvin to begin his career as an analyst on "NFL This Morning"
In Detroit, Kupelian & O''Hara wrote on the NFL''s strict uniform policy and noted that Commissioner Paul Tagliabue wore New Balance running shoes during his recent visit to the Lions'' training camp.
Nike is "trying to stem an exodus of executives to other companies" by giving 18 top execs restricted stock grants for the "first time in company history," according to Andy Dworkin of the Portland OR
CBS earned a 10.0/23 preliminary overnight Nielsen rating for its final-round coverage of the PGA Championship yesterday, which was won by Tiger Woods in a dramatic three- hole playoff over Bob May. T
SLOC President & CEO MITT ROMNEY continues to discuss another run for political office in MA and is thinking of running again in 2002: "I would love to run, or serve in public service, if I thought I
Miller Lite has agreed to a two-year deal with ESPN/ABC Sports that "sources value at almost" $60M to become the "first-ever presenting sponsor" of ESPN''s "NFL PrimeTime" series, according to Langdon
The NHL has proposed a new Internet policy under which teams would retain control of the content on their own Web sites "but hand over" about 35% of their ad inventory to the league, while "being wire
Less than a month after "helping lead" the Red Sox "through the thicket of State House politics to win passage of a law providing up to" $312M in public funds for a new Fenway Park, the team''s leadin
MLB "rejected" the Twins'' proposal to play a three-game series outdoors in a 25,000-seat, temporary facility against the Rangers next month, according to Gordon Wittenmyer of the ST. PAUL PIONEER PRE