As the Yankees regroup for Game 4 of the ALCS they will still be without the services of Domingo German. He remains on administrative leave while being investigated for an incident of domestic violence. Major League Baseball is investigating the issue and has not released additional details about the incident. A police report was not... Continue Reading →
Image Credit: Bill Pennington/NY Times Recently, Odell Beckham Jr., one of the most prolific players in the National Football League, has come under scrutiny from the league office for various decisions regarding his on the field apparel. Odell is often in the headlines due to highlight plays or his luxurious off the field lifestyle. However,... Continue Reading →
Image from: Ryan Dunleavy/NJ Advance Media Generally, professional athletes receive the airtime originating from their respective sports, however some agents have become household names due to their negotiating skills, savvy use of the media, and high profile clients. Drew Rosenhaus, Scott Boras, and Rich Paul, among others, fall into this "super agent" category. Most recently,... Continue Reading →
(Image: Detroit Free Press/ Dave Birkett) Jerry Maguire's famous quote, "Show me the money," has perfectly foreshadowed modern sports leagues, specifically the NFL, which continually experience record profits while players routinely reset market values in free agency. However, as agents have become more involved while representing athletes and franchises are committing more money than ever... Continue Reading →
The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution protects citizens from "unreasonable searches and seizures." It also requires law enforcement to obtain a warrant based on probable cause before entering one's home to conduct a search. Probable cause exists when law enforcement reasonably believes the object of the search is located inside or that an offense has... Continue Reading →
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 →
Once its greatest asset, the AAF’s proprietary technology platform may have led to Tom Dundon’s decision to cease the new football league’s operations. The Alliance of American Football (AAF) began its inaugural season earlier this year full of promise. The league hoped to be a supplemental league to the NFL, capitalizing on the NFL’s short... Continue Reading →
Kyler Murray seems to be choosing football now, but don’t be surprised if he changes his mind after a strong push by Major League Baseball.