Friday, February 21, 2020
Focus Turns To Players' Union After NFL Owners Approve CBA
If two-thirds of the player reps approve the proposal, it will go to the full membership for a vote, where only a simple majority is needed.
NFL Policy Change Allows Teams To Sell Sportsbook Sponsorships
Rules on activating those sponsorships also have loosened up, so teams now can sell venue signage to sportsbooks.
NFL Proposal Eyes '22 For 17-Game Regular Season Expansion
The delayed target date comes as owners are likely to "move forward with their plan to implement the expanded, 14-team playoff field next season."
Packing A Punch: Wilder-Fury II Set To Break Live-Gate Records
Promoters are "hopeful this rematch establishes a new Nevada record," surpassing the $16.86M figure Lennox Lewis-Evander Holyfield set in '99.
ASU AD Anderson Accused Of Covering Up Harassment Claims
Ray Anderson is alleged to have "repeatedly ignored claims" that a school donor "sexually harassed three women at athletics events."
USWNT, U.S. Soccer Filing Opposing Motions Seeking End To Dispute
The USWNT has "asked the judge to forgo a trial and rule in their favor, while U.S. Soccer has asked for the case to be dismissed."
UFC Plans To Hold First Event In Paris Later This Year
France had been the last major global market to not allow MMA before legalizing the sport earlier this month.