This week’s Friday wrap-up is coming to you from Los Angeles, where I am stationed for the Breeders’ Cup and surrounding events. It has been a busy week of travel between Las Vegas, Washington D.C. and now L.A., and the adventures do not stop here. Next week, I am off to Arizona and then Gainesville, where I will hopefully get to watch a still 1-loss Gators football team. Thanks goes out to Daily Accas and betting accumulator tips for supporting our site.
This week on Forbes:
(1) This Week In Sports Law: DraftKings/FanDuel Settle In NY, Indians Logo, McQueary Gets $7.3 Million;
(2) How Horse Racing Events Are Responding To A Changing Crowd; and
(3) Roc Nation Sports Sued For Stealing Melvin Ingram From Agent
And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Frank Salzano says NFL has only kept investigation open “because of their apprehensiveness stemming from the recent scrutiny it has come under for its handling of other domestic violence matters” [Elliott’s agent says NFL should close investigation; Ohio official reportedly believes Elliott and accuser had violent incidents].
- Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick may be leading the list [Agent’s Take: The 5 NFL players who are blowing it in their contract year].
- Allan Walsh is never afraid to express his opinions on Twitter [Column: Islanders shouldn’t deal Halak over agent comments].
- Andrey Baranov being investigated regarding potentially conspiring to allow athletes using banned substances to compete in events [Russian Sports Agent and U.S. Marathon Officials Under Federal Investigation].