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Business & Pleasure of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsDifficult to recall a bleaker time on the business side of sports, and it has come to a head this month. Talk about a June swoon: The NFL is embroiled in the longest work stoppage in its history, now at......
Business & Pleasure of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsThe end of the NFL lockout means that fans will soon be able to get back to the basics of enjoying games on television. One enterprising company wasted no time offering to lend a hand. About the time NFLPA......
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has been right on point with his bounty hunt — until Wednesday. Now he's gone too far. The harsh suspensions for the four Saints players involved in their bounty program is over the top, and I believe no court in...
Jason Peters could have just as well tried pole-vaulting over a barbed-wire fence or wrestling a startled grizzly bear. Because in the bold, flawed, tragic language of the new collective bargaining agreement, hastily reviewed by locked-out athletes and...
Maybe Evan Rodriguez will be with the Bears this season. Maybe he won't be. If there is one takeaway from Rodriguez's latest missteps it is this: The Bears better not be counting on him. The Bears have no intention of cutting Rodriguez because of...
Tags: Evan Rodriguez, Sports, Harvey Unga, Matt Forte, Substance Abuse
How uncomfortably odd but understandable NFL fans await the return of locked-out officials such as Ed Hochuli for the 2012 season with as much, if not more, anticipation than they felt for injured All-Pro players Peyton Manning and Adrian Peterson....
Tags: Sports, NFC North, Barack Obama, T.J. Lang, Green Bay Packers
Nationals Gio Gonzalez responds to ESPN PED report Washington Nationals starting pitcher Gio Gonzalez responded with a statement to Tuesday's revelation from ESPN that he did not purchase banned substances from the Biogenesis clinic, but he did not...
Health Maryland to host panel discussion on risks of playing sports Maryland's Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism will host a panel Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. to discuss the risks of playing sports, from children to professionals. Panelists include...
The Hartford CourantThis is Half-Baked Jake, Super Bowl edition. Warning: Numerals subject to appear in their Roman form. News: Caleb Moore dead at XXV after a crash at Winter X Games in Colorado. His snowmobile fell on him as he tried to complete a backflip. Views: This...
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It's game over for NFL replacements. The regular officials are coming back. The NFL and NFL Referees Assn. reached an agreement on an eight-year deal late Wednesday that immediately puts the regulars back on the field, beginning with the game Thursday...
Nobody asked me but . . . I was worried about Pat McDonough, the Republican state delegate who represents parts of Harford and Baltimore counties. We hadn't heard from him all week. This was really odd. Usually, when there is mob violence in our...
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