Manchester United’s new player Angel Di Maria poses for photographers holding his new shirt, at Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester, England, Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014. Manchester United have signed winger Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid for a British record transfer fee of £59.7m. The Argentine winger had a medical in Manchester on Tuesday and has signed a five-year deal. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
The United States’ new policy will indirectly have sports implications, particularly on baseball players.
The NFL has approved a significant debt increase for the Atlanta Falcons, signifying the strength of the league’s finances.
A fantasy sports site that had football league entry fees as high as $2,500 announced that it plans to declare for bankruptcy.
Sprint revealed Tuesday it will not extend its NASCAR sponsorship when the current agreement expires in 2016.
The Chargers announced Tuesday evening it will not exercise the termination clause in its lease at Qualcomm Stadium.
The CFP provides more ROI to brands but can’t match the marketing power of the Super Bowl.
Arizona State athletics is entering into an eight-year apparel, footwear and accessory deal with Adidas beginning in July 2015.