Could NFL Take Super Bowl From Arizona? New Jersey Appeals Betting To Supreme Court Athlete Charities In Wisconsin Examined California Bill Limits Athlete Workers' Comp Claims California Injury Claims By Pro Athletes Rising Court Rejects N.J. Sports Betting Tenn. State Senate To Discuss Player Tax Bill Cali Bill Seeks Limit To Workers' Comp For Athletes NJ Makes Final Appeal For Sports Betting CSN Bay Area Partners With You Can Play
Upcoming Conferences and Events
Support Growing For NFL To Move Super Bowl If Arizona Passes Right To Refuse Service02 / 26 / 14
The NFL has "stopped short of saying" Super Bowl XLIX "could be moved" from University of Phoenix Stadium if Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer allows passage of a bill permitting businesses to deny service to LGBT individuals, according to Brady, Corbett & Pelissero of USA TODAY. The league has "moved a S...
Super Bowl XXX provided a $305.8M boost to Arizona''s economy in January, according to a new study by the Super Bowl XXX Host Committee noted in today''s ARIZONA REPUBLIC. Initial estimates had the im
PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS EDITORIAL: "If that''s what he believes, then it''s not he who is wrong, it''s the NBA rule" (PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS, 3/14). COLUMNIST RANDY GALLOWAY: "The system giveth. The
ESPN''s "Outside the Lines" examined sports and the HIV virus. The program featured segments on Tommy Morrison, Magic Johnson, triathlete Jim Howley, Greg Louganis, and Grant Lewis, a 7th grader banis
Heavyweight Tommy Morrison''s new conference at 3:00pm EST today will be televised live by ESPN and ESPN2. Morrison will also appear on the second half-hour of CNN''s "Larry King Live," which starts a
Heavyweight Tommy Morrison holds a news conference tomorrow on his positive test for HIV (USA TODAY, 2/14). In the wake of the report, boxers and athletes in other sports, as well as members of the me
The news that heavyweight Tommy Morrison has tested HIV positive has the boxing world taking a look at the way the disease -- and other medical issues -- are handled. MEDICAL WARNINGS: Dr. Russell Stu
"60 Minutes" dedicated one of three segments last night to "unsportsmanlike conduct" in the sports world. Lesley Stahl conducted four sit-down interviews: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, columnist Bob Greene, te
NFL players "seemed ambivalent, for the most part, about participating" in today''s Million Man March in Washington, a demonstration of black unity organized by the Nation of Islam. The Broncos and Ra
Media speculation continues on the possible future of O.J. Simpson. "Entertainment Tonight" examined his next move. Agent Ruth Webb: "I cannot imagine the general public making him into a star again"
As swift and sure as the jury''s verdict of "not guilty," there is a clear consensus this morning that O.J. Simpson will not be able to step back into some of the roles he held before the trial -- par