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Twitter Reax: If Brady Had Nothing To Hide, Why Did He Destroy Phone?Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 28 / 15
Twitter was abuzz this afternoon with the news that Tom Brady's four-game suspension was upheld. Brady has indicated that he destroys his cell phone every four months, but Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole writes, “Have to think that destroying records isn't going to be vie...
N.Y. PR firm Coltrin & Associates was retained by the SLOC in "the midst of the bid scandal," and "from the beginning," company Chair Steve Coltrin "insisted" that SLOC CEO Mitt Romney "never talk abo
The Braves'' ban of TBS announcers from the team''s charter plane "lasted one flight," as the team announced yesterday that they were allowing Skip Caray, Don Sutton, Joe Simpson and Pete Van Wieren "
NHL: With only three days remaining in the team''s ticket drive, the Flames are 573 season tickets short of their goal of 14,000. A total of 119 season tickets were sold Tuesday. Ownership has said it
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N.Y.-based investment firm E.M. Warburg, Pincus and Co., which "is expected to pay" $25-30M to buy operating rights to the MLS United, "also is seeking to control" the Mutiny, which has been operated
The NHRA and ESPN announced an exclusive five-year TV deal that will put the NHRA Drag Racing Series on ESPN and ESPN2 through 2005. The NHRA also announced an expanded schedule for its weekly magazin
TV MONITOR: Last night''s 10:00pm ET 60-minute edition of FSN''s "National Sports Report" led with Braves P John Rocker''s upcoming return to N.Y., followed by game highlights of Braves-Expos and Marl
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CBA Owner Isiah Thomas "signed a letter of intent" yesterday to sell the league to the NBPA, according to USA TODAY''s Greg Boeck. Neither Thomas nor the NBPA would comment on the potential sale, but
Hecker & Muehlebach agent Matt Muehlebach, who represents former Univ. of OK F Eduardo Najera, has "used a high-tech tool to help boost his client''s chances in [tonight''s NBA Draft]: a slick interac
Conde Nast Publications said that it will stop publishing Women''s Sports & Fitness after the September issue, according to Matthew Rose of the WALL STREET JOURNAL, who notes the move is "the latest i
In DC, Josh Barr reports that an NCAA subcommittee is drafting an amendment that would allow student-athletes to obtain loans based on potential earnings as a professional athlete (WASHINGTON POST, 6/