Thursday, September 5, 2019
Potential NFL Ownership Policy Changes Could Attract New Bidders
The move to reexamine ownership guidelines took on new urgency after last year's $2.275B sale of the Panthers to David Tepper.
Broncos' Naming Rights Search Ends With Empower Retirement
The Broncos had been in talks with multiple other companies in the three years-plus since Sports Authority filed for bankruptcy.
NFL Spons-O-Meter: Lowe's, Caesars, Oakley Added For '19
The league in January signed Caesars as its first casino sponsor in a multiyear deal that includes use of NFL trademarks.
Some In NFL Circles Still Question Impact Of New Replay Rules
Coaches, players, officials and fans are "still adjusting" to the "controversial new rule that might or might not clarify” pass interference calls.
NHLPA Describes Positive CBA Talks Ahead Of Opt-Out Deadline
Players appear to have “bigger concerns with the current agreement than owners,” notably escrow payments and other financial issues.
Fans In Timbers Army Banned From Providence Park For Political Signage
The supporters’ group has been pushing back against MLS' ban on political signage for months.
Sources: F1 Commercial Head Sean Bratches Leaving At End Of Year
Bratches, a former Exec VP/Sales & Marketing at ESPN, joined F1 when the sport was taken over by Liberty Media in '17.