Score One For The Little Guy

The NFL's Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) expires after the 2010 season, and among other points up for debate--including revenue sharing and a rookie pay scale--the NFLPA may want to push for a new anti-doping policy whose disciplinary measures don't effectively make League Commissioner Roger Goodell judge, jury and executioner all

Agent Spotlight: Ron Salcer

"A man's got to do what a man's got to do," John Wayne's character mused in the 1939 film, "Stagecoach". In Ron Salcer's case, that means taking on zealous fans, the local media, even crooked executives, all in order to defend his principles. Salcer, who runs Icy Luck, Inc. out of

Agent Spotlight: Ben Dogra

While a law student in 1993 at St. Louis University, Ben Dogra, now 43, interned for free with Jim Steiner of SFX Football (then SMG). Dogra would later call Steiner his mentor, but in time, some began to wonder who was teaching what to whom. By 2006, Dogra

Agent Spotlight: Carlos Fleming

A former top-ranked college player in the early 90s for the University of Kansas, Carlos Fleming hung up his racket after a short-lived professional career, and wondered, what now? Returning to his hometown in Cleveland, Fleming enrolled in a JD/MBA program at Case Western, and also sought any opportunity he could

Agent Spotlight: Hugh Dodson

The landscape of sports and entertainment management can change quickly, but it's precisely this fluidity and competitive environment of consolidation and adventure that ensures its longevity, while also identifying the leaders and visionaries of tomorrow. Take Hugh Dodson, for instance. Dodson had been chief operating officer and chief financial officer

The Primary Cut – British Open Style

While Augusta is my favorite major to watch, and while I consider the U.S. Open to be the toughest major to actually win, there is something about The British Open that makes it the most special of the four. Maybe it's because it is golf's oldest championship. Maybe

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