Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (8/5/2016)
Good morning from Seattle! This is my first time in the city, and I won’t be here for long. Tomorrow, I’ll be headed on my first Alaskan cruise. Don’t expect too much Tweeting or posting out of me for the next week, and it is highly likely that I skip next Friday’s Shabbat Shalom. But the site is in great hands with our fantastic contributors!
This week on Forbes:
(1) This Week In Sports Law: Ballers Busts Lawsuit, No Proof On Peyton Manning, NHL Concussion Chat
(2) Just Do Digital: Nike’s Fundamental Shift To Direct-To-Consumer
(3) New York Gives Green Light To Daily Fantasy Sports
(4) Business-To-Business Daily Fantasy Sports Company Signs Major Distribution Deal and
(5) Court Of Appeal Rules Against Adrian Peterson In Case Versus NFL
This week on Inc.:
(1) How a Chinese Conglomerate May Have Saved Caesars Entertainment
(2) Is Ambushing the Rio Olympics Worth the Risk?
(3) Mission: Create Best Performing Sports Equipment Regardless of Price
And here is a short weekly wrap-up:
- Drew Rosenhaus in talks with GM Kevin Colbert about a new deal [Antonio Brown’s agent, Steelers talking contract].
- 8 minutes, 40 seconds interview on the state of the agent game and more [Leigh Steinberg Stops By Milk The Clock, Talks Bosa Holdout & NFL Players Smoking Pot].
- Happy Walters says Amar’e Stoudemire had NBA offers, but not from any worthwhile teams [Twitter].
- BMX pro Connor Fields wants to be a sports agent [Twitter]