Daniel Snyder is seeking documents from a former employee to bolster his case asserting a campaign to damage him is being waged as shareholders seek to sell their stake in the team.
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by: Ben Shpigel — NY Times 8 Aug
“I’m literally bear-hugging another creature on the other side of the ball every single play,” Leo Koloamatangi, a Jets offensive lineman, said. “If that guy has any symptoms, I’m going to get them.”
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... ncing between the practice squad and active rosters of the Detroit Lions and Jets but has yet to appear in a regular season game. He and his agent assessed th ...
by: Kate Kelly and Ken Belson — NY Times 7 Aug
Workers who have been ordered back to the league’s headquarters are resisting, arguing that the reopening was rushed and that in some ways they have been put in an “impossible situation.”
by: Tariq Panja — NY Times 31 Jul
The N.F.L. team, which has owned a piece of the soccer team since 2018, is in talks to increase its investment now that Leeds is returning to the Premier League.
... ered by relying on the fundamentals that took them there. Marathe pointed to Sheffield United’s debut season as an example of an approach Leeds might be looking to follow ...
by: Ken Belson — NY Times 29 Jul
Baseball’s coronavirus outbreak is a cautionary tale for a league returning without sequestering players. It may be too late for the N.F.L. to change plans.
by: Ken Belson — NY Times 25 Jul
The league has often focused its progressive efforts at employees, players and public displays. But the actions of team owners have undermined attempts at change.
by: Ken Belson — NY Times 24 Jul
As training camps get underway, the two sides finalized plans to reduce the salary cap and scrap preseason games, an agreement that paves the way for the regular season to begin as scheduled on Sept. 10.
by: Derrick Bryson Taylor — NY Times 23 Jul
For now, the team will be recognized as the Washington Football Team.
by: Ken Belson — NY Times 21 Jul
The defensive end announced his retirement on Instagram after an 11-year career in which he won a Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks and become a leading voice on race and police brutality.
by: Gillian R. Brassil and Ken Belson — NY Times 20 Jul
Following New Jersey’s restrictions on public gatherings, the two teams announced they would not admit fans for regular-season games at MetLife Stadium. Rutgers will cap spectators at 500.
by: Ken Belson — NY Times 20 Jul
The team owners and the players’ union are deadlocked on several questions governing coronavirus protocols, even as players are scheduled to report this week.
by: Juliet Macur and Ken Belson — NY Times 18 Jul
Diversity and inclusion advocates said until the league fully addresses its toxic relationship with women, “those stories will keep coming.”
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