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Rookie’s Suspension Tied to Meds

The NFL’s suspension of Brandon Spikes may be related to medicine the linebacker was taking. According to Comcast SportsNet New England, Spikes tested positive for performance enhancers due to amphetamines contained in a medication he takes for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The test caused the league to suspend the rookie, without pay, for four games. . . . → Read More: Rookie’s Suspension Tied to Meds


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Director of Marketing and Public Relations – Springfield Armor (Springfield, MA)

Assistant Vice President, Community Relations – Charlotte Bobcats (Charlotte, NC)

Marketing Associate – Houston Rockets (Houston, TX)

Vice President, Communications – Charlotte Bobcats (Charlotte, NC)


Training & Development/Quality Control Internship Spring 2011 – . . . → Read More: Jobs/Internships

Legendary Player, Commentator Dies

Don Meredith didn’t take things too seriously. It was a refreshing approach. The first quarterback to lead the Dallas Cowboys to the playoffs, and one of the pivotal figures in the development of Monday Night Football, Meredith died December 5 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. An All-America quarterback during his days at SMU, he was . . . → Read More: Legendary Player, Commentator Dies

Flynn Returns to Timberwolves

Jonny Flynn is back in the NBA. Chosen sixth overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves last year, Flynn has been recalled from the Sioux Falls Skyforce of the NBA Developmental League. In one game with Sioux Falls, the Niagara Falls native had eight points, nine assists and two steals. As a rookie in 2009-10, Flynn averaged . . . → Read More: Flynn Returns to Timberwolves

Orender Leaving WNBA Post

For Donna Orender, it’s time. The president of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) for six seasons, Orender will be leaving her position December 31, 2010. During her time at the top, the WNBA has grown in attendance, ratings, digital consumption and sponsor activation. “It was simply time for me to take this step in . . . → Read More: Orender Leaving WNBA Post