April 3 - 9, 2017 Vol. 19 — No. 48

Top Stories

  • Goodell still NFL’s No. 1 pick

    The NFL has started renewal talks with Roger Goodell, whose employment contract with the league runs through March 2019.

  • In Vegas, NFL gets glitz, uncertainty

    The NFL’s decision to relocate to the gambling mecca of Las Vegas from the booming Bay Area of California did not fit the typical model, nor was it one that league officials or owners relished speaking about during their annual meeting last week.

  • Tournament is all about teamwork for CBS-Turner

    The CBS-Turner collaboration, which started with the 2011 NCAA tournament, stands as a unique arrangement in sports media.

  • Champions 2017: Bill Giles

    There is virtually no role in baseball Bill Giles hasn’t handled at some point. Over his nearly 70 years in the sport, Giles has been a radio broadcast and scouting assistant, public relations man, traveling secretary, marketing executive, vice president of business operations, team owner and now occupies his current position as chairman emeritus of the Phillies.

  • Golf: Change is gonna come

    From technology to scheduling, tournament formats to media deals, expect the PGA Tour to evolve to attract a younger and larger audience while continuing to satisfy its core fan base.

  • First Look podcast: Raiders’ analysis and more

    There are plenty of questions to be answered surrounding the Oakland Raiders’ move to Las Vegas. Our First Look podcast dives into the details. Plus, listen in on the discussion of our final Champion of 2017, baseball’s Bill Giles.

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