Kansas State’s wide receiver Daniel Sams taunts his defender prior to the snap during the second half of an NCAA college spring football game on Saturday, April 26, 2014, in Manhattan, Kan. (AP Photo/Topeka Capital-Journal, Chris Neal)
Most major leagues have ownership stakes in daily fantasy sites and need to address the insider trading scandal.
When the Minnesota Vikings’ new stadium opens next year, it will have an art collection that might be the envy of some museums.
To keep spending in line, officials say they will cut back on volunteers and reduce staffing at dozens of test events.
How much will questions of integrity cut into staggering profits of DraftKings, FanDuel?
The unnamed official asked for the release because of his “advanced age and poor state of health.”
Daily fantasy sites need to address whether their employees should be allowed to play.
The NFL is an easy target, but it’s not excessively profiting from sale of pink gear.