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Upcoming NFL Schedule Will Feature Changes To Flex Scheduling04 / 23 / 14
The NFL schedule, which will be released tonight, will feature “two significant changes in the league’s flexible scheduling procedures.” Games reportedly will now be flexed into NBC’s “SNF” as early as Week 5. Flex scheduling previously did not start until Week 11...
In Minneapolis, Rachel Blount notes that even those with 18- inch satellite dishes who have purchased MLB packages will be blacked out from out-of-market telecasts when Fox or ESPN is televising games
NASCAR sponsorship is profiled in USA TODAY. Bruce Horovitz notes NASCAR''s growth is being propelled by a new marketing philosophy: "Start acting more like Bloomingdale''s and less like Kmart." In co
Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones talked with reporters yesterday for the first time since Michael Irvin''s indictment on drug charges and addressed the sagging image of his championship franchise. In Dallas,
Dolphins Owner Wayne Huizenga is looking for legislative support to put a retractable dome atop Joe Robbie Stadium. The cost to the state could be as much as $25M, according to Steve Bousquet of the M
Jennifer Capriati "went begging" for endorsements last week during the Lipton Championships, "but found little interest," according to the N.Y. POST. Noted one sponsor of the Lipton: "Nobody wants to
A report by architect HOK, in which an new multipurpose park for the Yankees and Jets on Manhattan''s West Side would cost over $1B, is examined in the N.Y. TIMES. Richard Sandomir notes the study dee
"Ed Randall''s Talking Baseball" is "on the brink," suffering from money problems and the lack of a sponsor, according to Phil Mushnick. Mushnick praises the "year-long, nationally syndicated [Prime]
San Francisco Recreation and Parks officials agreed to create a special $1.5M fund to help cover planning and development costs for a new 49ers stadium. Talks between the team and city are in the earl
"If we''re going to average 10,000 a game, it''s over." -- Whalers Owner Peter Karmanos, on the chances of the team staying in Connecticut (HARTFORD COURANT, 4/5).
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Comments by NBC Sports golf analyst Johnny Miller have raised the ire of PGA Tour players who discussed closing their locker room to the media, according to SI''s "Inside Golf." Players met at the TPC