Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (5/24/2012)
A very diverse wrap-up of links, below. I hope that everyone has a very enjoyable long Memorial Day weekend. While there are no football links, the chatter surrounding the pending concussion lawsuits continues and a new issue concerning whether NFL teams colluded to effectively create a salary cap in the uncapped year. And who can forget the defamation lawsuit filed by Jonathan Vilma against Roger Goodell? The NFL has its hands very full with litigation these days. Here are some stories I missed over the past week:
- Roger Montgomery not anticipating that the Knicks keep his client [Lin’s agent: Don’t assume he’ll return].
- It includes an attachment on a potential International Draft [2012-16 Major League Baseball CBA Released to Public].
- Ryan Ballard explains that role [Advisers can play vital role in USHL process].
- They just reached the playoffs for the first time in 12 years [NHL’s impending collective bargaining showdown ominous for Florida Panthers].
- A guy to definitely follow as the Olympic Games approach [Go away with Evan Morgenstein].
- Warren Zola quoting Malcolm Gladwell [The Year in Review: College Sports Reform Reaches the Tipping Point].
- A bunch of job openings at Octagon [Job Listing].