For the most part, the world we live in today is the “Age of Enlightenment.” One of the hallmarks of our society is that men and women are more often than not, treated as equals, but unfortunately, not in every situation. One area where men and women are not treated equally is the Augusta National Golf Club, located in Augusta, Georgia – home to golf’s most prestigious event, The Masters.
An additional 62 retired National Football League players and 30 of their wives joined the growing group this past Friday that has filed a lawsuit against the NFL. The complaint alleges fraud and negligence against the NFL and accuses the league of hiding medical evidence about the risks of concussions and failing to warn players they risked permanent brain injury if they returned to play too soon after they sustained a concussion. There are more than 300 former NFL players now involved in one of most important lawsuits in recent sports history
There are moments in time when leaders have to lead, when leaders have to stand up and be counted. National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell has arrived at what will be one of the defining moments in his career as NFL commissioner, how he decides to deal with Bounty Gate.
The world in which the NHLs Phoenix Coyotes live collided in two different places on Saturday. When the dusts clears in the coming days, weeks and months, the Phoenix Coyotes will move to Quebec City in time for the start of the 2012-13 National Hockey League season
Late Tuesday evening, Frank McCourt sold the Los Angeles Dodgers for $2 billion to an ownership group led by Magic Johnson. The purchasing group includes Mark R. Walter as its controlling partner, as well as Johnson, Peter Guber, Stan Kasten, Bobby Patton and Todd Boehly. McCourt and certain affiliates of the purchasing group will also form a joint venture to acquire the Chavez Ravine property for an additional $150 million.