Month: April 2022

Everton Face 1st Relegation Since 1951 Despite Spending

Everton’s $390.7M total transfer fee value ranks sixth in the Premier League. A drop from the Premier League would mean at least one season of significant revenue loss.

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2024 No. 1 Prospect Gets Best of Both Worlds with OTE Commitment

The pro high school men’s basketball league won’t pay top prospect Naasir Cunningham a salary so he won’t lose future NCAA eligibility.

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Fox Might Create 3-Person Booth For No. 1 NFL Team

For the first time in nearly 20 years, Fox Sports might create a three-person TV booth to replace Joe Buck and Troy Aikman on No. 1 NFL team.

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New $2B Stadium Could Follow New Broncos Owner

Denver Broncos president Joe Ellis has teased the idea of a new stadium after a change of ownership expected to be finalized before the 2022 NFL season.

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Sheffield United $148M Takeover Bid Under Review

ClearTV Media CEO Henry Mauriss’ $148 million takeover bid for Sheffield United is being reviewed by the English Football League.

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Humans Out, Cats In at Oakland A’s Ballpark

The Oakland A’s set a 42-year low for attendance in their opening series. The team is considering a move to Las Vegas.

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Last-Place Coyotes to Triple Single-Game Ticket Prices

The Arizona Coyotes are planning to more than triple single-game ticket prices next year. The team is moving to a 5,100 venue.

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Second Acts: Andrew Hawkins

At only 5’7”, Andrew “Hawk” Hawkins’ 7-year NFL career was as improbable as his post-NFL successes in media, business, and entertainment. If you ask the man himself, he’d tell you […]

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FIFA Brings Yet Another Streaming Service to the Table

Global soccer’s governing body is launching FIFA+ to stream 40,000 matches a year. Does the world need — or even want — a new streaming service?

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How Mercedes' Departure Reshaped Formula E

Mercedes left Formula E in the same month that it announced a major EV investment. The move forced a reckoning at the racing series.

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