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Volume 27 No. 5

Friday, May 29, 2020

Volume 26 No. 178

Boston Mayor Expects Return To Normalcy For '21 Marathon

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said the marathon, which draws over 30,000 runners from around the world, was "not feasible" this year.

NFL Keeps Momentum, With Some Coaches Likely Back Next Week

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said that almost all states with teams in the league have either relaxed restrictions or are expected to soon.

No MLBPA Response Thursday, But Union Steadfast On Player Pay

As MLB "awaits a response to its opening economic proposal," union leaders "have not decided on the specifics of a formal counterproposal."

Big 12 To Slash Operating Budget By 10% Next Fiscal Year

Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said they were "not forced to go into its cash reserves for this fiscal year to meet projections."

Superdome Operator Officials Prep For Conditions Allowing Fans

The Saints are operating under the presumption that the stadium "will be full of fans by the time the season starts."

Centennial Authority, Canes Extend PNC Arena Lease Through '29

The development of land around the arena "isn't mentioned in the term sheet, but it's the key to this deal" and the "arena's future."

Longtime Fox RSN President Jeff Krolik Retiring This August

Krolik’s decision to retire comes during a precarious moment for the RSNs, which have had no live games to show since mid-March.