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U.S. District Judge Richard Berman asked that Patriots QB Tom Brady and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell appear in court twice in mid-August. Berman has scheduled conferences Aug. 12 and 19 and told both the league and the NFLPA they should be attended by "your principles (including, without lim...
If YankeeNets'' $175M acquisition of the Devils "comes to fruition," YankeeNets will use twelve "outside investors to help finance" the "majority of the purchase price," according to a "person involve
SBC Communications will "hand virtually all of its" annual $50M in "sports and lifestyle marketing activity to an outside agency, likely" Dallas-based The Marketing Arm (TMA), according to sources of
The Tigers invited current season-ticket holders "looking to upgrade their seats and curious fans who might not be sold" on Comerica Park to take a guided tour of the new ballpark yesterday, according
The "question over whether the quality of NASCAR racing has slipped" is now a "full-blown debate," according to Tony Fabrizio of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS, who wrote that driver Dale Jarrett "spent the
Times Mirror Co. has "agreed to be taken over" by Tribune Co., owner of the Chicago Tribune, the Cubs, WGN and "more than two dozen other media properties," according to Shaw & Hofmeister of the L.A.
TV MONITOR: Last night''s 10:00pm ET edition of FSN''s "Fox Sports News," the 11:00pm ET edition of CNN/SI''s "Sports Tonight" and the 11:00pm ET edition of ESPN''s "SportsCenter" all led with the Uni
Fallout continues over the NBA''s initiative to put microphones on coaches and place cameras in the locker rooms during nationally televised games. In UT, Tim Buckley wrote that the "privacy-preservin
Ken Griffey Jr.''s likeness was removed from a NikeTown billboard in Seattle, and in its place will be a "question mark and the query: ''Who''s Next?,''" according to Robert Nelson of the SEATTLE TIME
ABC''s current plan for the revamped "MNF" calls for a "return to the three-announcer format," with Bill Parcells and 49ers QB Steve Young as "the men ABC hopes" to join Al Michaels, according to sour
MLB is closing its Washington, DC, lobbying office "to cut costs," according to USA TODAY''s Hal Bodley. MLB Dir of PR Rich Levin: "Now that the antitrust issue has been resolved, it makes sense. We''