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Topps Inks NIL Deals with Nearly 200 College Athletes

Fanatics-owned Topps is making a big play in college sports. The company has signed NIL deals with nearly 200 college athletes.

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Cleveland City Council Calls for Name Change to Browns’ Stadium

Cleveland’s city council urged the Browns to change their stadium name. Naming rights holder FirstEnergy is implicated in a bribery scandal.

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Wimbledon to Offer Record $50.4M in Prize Money

This year’s Wimbledon tournament will have record compensation for players, with winners of its two single championships taking home $2.5 million each.

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OSU’s C.J. Stroud Swaps His NIL Bentley For A Mercedes

Stroud, who characterized the change as a “game-day decision,” is permitted to swap his vehicle out every 45 days.

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Angel Hernandez Alleges MLB Discriminates Against Minority Umpires

The veteran umpire claims MLB manipulated season-ending evaluations to prevent minorities from becoming crew chiefs.

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Barcelona Exec Details Club's Financial Crisis

FC Barcelona will need $535 million to avoid financial devastation, according to the vice president of the club’s economic department.

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New Broadcast Deals Spell More LIV Golf Coverage 

LIV Golf inked broadcast deals with DAZN, DirecTV, and others. The PGA Tour has suspended 17 golfers for joining LIV.

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Star-Studded List of Investors Back Just Women’s Sports

Tennis legend Billie Jean King and Brooklyn Nets owner Joseph Tsai were part of a $6 million funding round for Just Women’s Sports valuing the platform at $36 million.

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BSE Global, Nets' Parent Company, Hires Third CEO of the Tsai Era

Sam Zussman will take on the role after 16 years with IMG. Joe Tsai reported losses between $50 million and $100 million this past season.

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Commanders Stadium Bill Officially Shelved by Virginia Legislature

Legislators officially shelved a stadium bill that aimed to bring the Washington Commanders to Virginia on Thursday.

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