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Staff writer Daniel Kaplan covers the NFL, finance and tennis.

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NFL Tells Teams They Can Sign One-Year Daily Fantasy Deals

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 25 / 15

The NFL told teams they could only sign daily fantasy deals for one year, conveying that message at the league's annual meeting in Arizona. Several teams have begun signing the deals, and the league wanted to formalize the space because it had no policy in the category. NFL VP/Communications Brian ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Disney: NFL writedown item?

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SportsBusiness Journal: Redskins near bank choice

The Washington Redskins are on the verge of naming a bank to lead a $450 million refinancing, which would be the largest debt transaction in U.S. team sports history. The deal would lump into a single package $340 million of loans to the team and to owner Daniel Snyder's holding company, ...

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