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NFL Clears Harrison, Matthews, Peppers In PED Investigation

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 31 / 16

The NFL has found "no credible evidence" that Steelers LB James Harrison and Packers LBs Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers "used or were provided with prohibited substances, following an investigation into allegations made in a documentary" by Al-Jazeera America. The three players "were intervi...

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ECHL-WCHL Merger Nixed

The ECHL BOG meeting ended yesterday in Las Vegas, and the BOG "rejected a proposal by the WCHL that would have aligned the two in a new national Double-A league," according to Dave Werstine of the Lo

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Elway To Be CO's AFL Point Man

As President & CEO of Denver''s unnamed AFL team, John Elway "will operate as the team''s chief point man," according to Lee Rasizer of the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, who notes the team officially announced

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Names In The News

HOOPS: Nuggets F JUWAN HOWARD will donate $25,000 to the CHICAGO HOUSING AUTHORITY-LOWDEN HOMES to renovate the basketball courts and playground (Nuggets)....A panel of 113 NBA sportswriters and broad

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Morning Buzz, June 20, 2002

  The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Thursday, June 20, 2002 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz • Is It Time For U.S. To Start Caring About World Cup? Nike Thinks So • Clear The

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World Cup Roundtable

By Schuyler Baehman, Senior Staff Writer THE DAILY continues our coverage of the World Cup with a roundtable of sports industry and soccer experts. With the surprising success of the U.S. team, we ask

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Laimbeer Named To Lead Shock

Bill Laimbeer yesterday was named coach of the 0-10 WNBA Shock, the only winless WNBA team, and in Detroit, George Sipple notes the Shock''s attendance "has dwindled over the years, and with rumors of

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Ambushers Crash World Cup

Ambush marketing around the World Cup is examined by the WALL STREET JOURNAL''s Gabriel Kahn, who writes, "Fearing that the premiums it gets for sponsorships might plummet, FIFA ... began assembling w

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Alltel Stadium Upgrade Package

The Jaguars and Jacksonville Mayor John Delany "are putting the finishing touches on the $40[M] deal to upgrade Alltel Stadium, including a big new sports bar above the south end zone," according to D

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ZelnickMedia To Promote Cycling

ZELNICKMEDIA has partnered with PA-based THRESHOLD SPORTS (TS) to grow the sport of bicycling in U.S. TS produces various cycling events, including the First Union Cycling Series in Philadelphia, the

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Fehr Ripped For Steroid Stance

MLB and MLBPA reps "will discuss drug testing and steroids" today during labor negotiations in N.Y., according to Hal Bodley of USA TODAY. The sides met twice yesterday, "spending most of the morning

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