Jerry Jones

Bad Owners? Rolling Stone List Misses

Rolling Stone magazine made its name on rock music and solidified its standing among hippies in 1970 with John Lennon interview that has a bitter look at the break up of the Beatles. It’s not fair to say Rolling

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Why Indianapolis, Not Dallas is America’s Team

Thanksgiving is a big football day in America. In fact, it’s been that way for more than a century with high school, college and pro football games. But looking back at the NFL before the Sports Broadcasting Act of

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NFL, Gambling and People’s Votes

In sports, the will of the people is often ignored. Politicians told local voters in places like Seattle, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee and Charlotte even though they said no to funding a baseball stadium or an arena, no didn’t mean no.

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Senate to Discuss Sports Domestic Abuse Problems

The lame duck Senate session will include a visit from the four commissioners of the major American sports. Lawmakers apparently want to be filled in on what a private industry—sports—is doing to make sure their players are not beating

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How John F. Kennedy’s Signature Changed Sports

There is no question that John F. Kennedy was a significant player in the making of today’s American sports landscape. He signed a law in 1961 that completely changed sports and has made sports league a tremendous amount of

The NFL Today On CBS gang has plenty to say about the upcoming season.

Will CBS and Dish Ever Agree to Disagree?

Depending on what city you are in, you might be hearing commercials from CBS and the Dish network condemning each other for not working out a new carriage deal. The commercials are the same ones that have used before

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Germany Thinking of Arresting Doping Athletes

German lawmakers will consider writing new legislation in 2015 that would crack down on athletes caught using banned performance enhancing drugs while competing in the country. That may run counter to sports organizations and others who think that a

Rex Ryan

Daily Crisis: Where is Football Heading?

The football industry is suffering through its worst news cycle since 1905 when college football players were dying on the field. In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt called the presidents of Harvard, Columbia and Princeton to the Oval Office and

The Media Center at Sochi will be full this week as the Winter Olympics gets underway this week.

Are Big Time Sports Events Too Costly?

Big time sports events attract nations and cities to commit money for major international sporting events like the Olympics and the World Cup. The International Olympic Committee and FIFA require host nations to pick up cost overruns in the construction

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Sports Czars and the Olympics

Japan is getting ready for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics by creating a cabinet position and an office to oversee the countdown to the Games. International events like the Olympics are under the aegis not of the local host