Friday, September 13, 2019
Sources: DOJ Pursuing Criminal Cases Within Olympic Bodies
Sources said that investigators are "broadly considering questions" of whether power dynamics at work in the U.S. Olympic system "amount to exploitation."
NHL Panthers' Ticket Sales Surging Following Big Offseason Moves
A successful season on-ice could result in more fans as the Dolphins and Heat hit the reset button in the South Florida market.
Validity Of Bowlen Trust Questioned In Broncos Ownership Dispute
A petition from Pat Bowlen's two oldest daughters is just the latest in a "lengthy legal back-and-forth that started last year."
MLB Will Not Fine Mets For Wearing Special 9/11 Cleats
The team throughout the years has not been allowed to wear caps in-game honoring NYPD, FDNY and other first-responder groups.
Rutgers Invests Big In Athletic Program With New Facility
Building has dedicated space for four different programs -- men's and women's basketball, wrestling and gymnastics.
NBC Sports Chicago Still Negotiating With Carriers For Post-Cubs Life
The RSN, along with White Sox, Bulls and Blackhawks, is ramping up a multimedia campaign to get viewers to push for full carriage.
Steelers To Build 12,000-Square-Foot Flagship Store At Heinz Field
Team will ask city of Pittsburgh for permission "to add illuminated signage to identify the retail store."