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  • Pro stadiums throw taxpayers for a loss

    Pro stadiums throw taxpayers for a loss
    Since 1995, Los Angeles has been an anomaly: a huge city with lots of sports fans that has exactly as much professional football as Billings, Mont. This week, Angelenos got a bit of good news: They still aren't getting an NFL franchise. A corporation...
  • Ravens re-sign defensive back Anthony Levine to two-year, $2.4 million deal, sources say

    Ravens re-sign defensive back Anthony Levine to two-year, $2.4 million deal, sources say
    The Ravens have re-signed reserve defensive back and core special teams contributor Anthony Levine to a two-year, $2.4 million contract, according to NFL sources. The deal includes $400,000 signing bonus and playtime incentives. The Ravens didn't give...
  • Dolphins S Jimmy Wilson visiting San Diego

    Dolphins S Jimmy Wilson visiting San Diego
    Dolphins safety Jimmy Wilson is visiting the San Diego Chargers today, according to a NFL source. Wilson, who started as the slot defensive back in the Dolphins’ nickel defense last season, would be a costly, but not unexpected, loss. Wilson, a...
  • Oakland may have the most yards to cover to save its NFL franchise

    Oakland may have the most yards to cover to save its NFL franchise
    Faced with possibly losing their NFL teams to the Los Angeles area, civic leaders in St. Louis, San Diego and Oakland are racing to come up with a winning approach to preserve their franchises. In St. Louis, plans for a new stadium along the Mississippi...
  • As start of free agency nears, don't expect Ravens to make a big deal

    As start of free agency nears, don't expect Ravens to make a big deal
    At 4 p.m. Tuesday, the NFL's free-agent spending spree will begin in earnest, though the Ravens figure to remain mostly on the sideline. Annually lacking the salary cap space to make major outside additions and content to reward their own players...
  • Key decisions still loom for Ravens as free agency nears

    Key decisions still loom for Ravens as free agency nears
    Monday┬áis the final day of the NFL’s three-day exclusive negotiating window that allows teams to contact pending free agents ahead of the market opening at 4 p.m. Tuesday. To this point the period, which permits contract discussions but not final...
  • AEG, falling behind in fight for NFL stadium, takes the gloves off

    AEG, falling behind in fight for NFL stadium, takes the gloves off
    Last month, Carson Mayor Jim Dear took a call from a top executive at sports and entertainment giant AEG. Ted Fikre, the company's vice chairman, wanted to talk about the stadium that the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders plan to build in the South...
  • Clubs and free agents begin mating dance before opening of bidding season

    Clubs and free agents begin mating dance before opening of bidding season
    The lead-up to free agency opened Saturday with NFL teams and agents doing a familiar dance of gauging interest while working to get a handle on the marketplace. One agent described it as a game of "peek-a-boo" while another who did high volume signings...
  • A look at 10 under the radar free agents for the Dolphins

    A look at 10 under the radar free agents for the Dolphins
    The Miami Dolphins appear to be all-in on signing Ndamukong Suh, and if Mike Tannenbaum does deliver, and Steve Ross' team does reel in the biggest fish in this year's free agent class everyone involved should be commended. Swinging for the fences is...
  • San Diego consults its civic playbook on stadium situation

    San Diego consults its civic playbook on stadium situation
    Officials here are accustomed to doing civic business with a high degree of caution and deliberation, careful to avoid political conflict and legal wrangling whenever possible. But the Chargers' surprise announcement that the team may abandon San...
  • A look at the NFL's All-Cut team

    A look at the NFL's All-Cut team
    Every year around this time a solid supply of NFL veterans can be found on the waiver wire because teams purge their roster to create salary cap space. This year, as tomorrow's start of free agency conversations approach, is no different. I've always...