May 6 - 12, 2013 Vol. 16 — No. 4

Top Stories

  • With new swagger, ACC moves ahead on network

    Armed with a grant of media rights from its now 15 members, the ACC's new rights deal with ESPN — its third since 2011-12 — will be among college sports' richest and might include a branded conference network.

  • NFL evaluating deal with Riddell

    The NFL has begun evaluating the future of its controversial relationship with Riddell, as its nearly 25-year on-field partnership with the helmet manufacturer expires after the coming season.

  • Tim Leiweke: Don’t underestimate me or MLSE

    Tim Leiweke cautions those who doubt his compatibility with his new employer — Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment — not to underestimate the company's resources or his long-term commitment.

  • Ben Dogra: Calm in the storm

    NFL agent Ben Dogra is the eye of the storm. Activity swirls around him as teams restructure deals with players he represents and potential draft picks count the minutes they spend in the green room. In the middle stands Dogra, calm and businesslike, and agent to more first-round picks during the last dozen years than any other agent.

  • Concessions helped Sacramento group

    In the days leading up to last week’s vote that denied an effort to move the Sacramento Kings to Seattle, the NBA negotiated key concessions from the group that wants to buy the team and keep it in the California state capital, sources said.

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