UB Sports Law Day

University at Buffalo Sports Law students capped off their great semester with UB Sports Law day.  We began the day visiting Jim Sandoro at the Pierce-Arrow Museum.  Mr. Sandoro gave us a tour of the transportation museum while discussing the history of the museum and the surrounding neighborhood.  In discussing the surrounding neighborhood Mr. Sandoro... Continue Reading →

Suspended Indefinitely, Gordon Signs Tender

Photo Credit: CBS Sports Is the NFL undermining its own authority? Josh Gordon's well-chronicled story took an interesting turn Tuesday as the 28 year-old receiver signed his one-year tender worth $2.025 million. Despite being drafted in the 2012 Supplemental Draft, Gordon has only three accrued NFL seasons. A player earns an accrued season by being... Continue Reading →

The AAF’s Relationship with The NFL Was Built to Fail

On Tuesday, the AAF officially suspended operations for the 2019 season. Notwithstanding profitability concerns, the palpable unwillingness of the NFL to support the organization was leaked as a reason for the league’s uncertain future. But AAF’s aspirations of becoming a developmental league were doomed from the start. Every few years a wealthy investor attempts to... Continue Reading →

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