Thursday, July 18, 2019
New NFL CBA Unlikely To Come Before Start Of '19 Season
The current CBA expires after the '20 season and officials want to "do the right deal, not just the quick deal."
Sources: Comcast, Cox, Dish Unlikely To Carry ACC Net At Launch
John Swofford said widespread carriage for ACC Network is part of a "three-year progression plan" that involves current ESPN deals.
Fire Focused On Chicago Move After Breaking Bridgeview Lease
Club execs aren't worried about the optics of a team that "averages a league-low 11,572 fans a game playing in a stadium that seats 61,500."
Stephen, Ayesha Curry Launch Oakland-Focused Nonprofit For Kids
The Currys will make an annual seven-figure donation to cover all administrative expenses.
Fox Sports Bullish On Manny Pacquiao-Keith Thurman PPV Buys
Execs feel that a "pretty strong promotional platform" has supported the PPV, including multiple ads that ran during the MLB All-Star Game.
Dortmund Looks To Build U.S. Profile With Pair Of Friendlies
As many as 60,000 fans are expected at Notre Dame Stadium for Dortmund's match Friday against Liverpool.
Pelicans Clear Path For Williamson To Control "Let's Dance" Trademark
The Pelicans' request "would've been given precedence" over Williamson because they filed it first.