Will IndyCar continue to rely on street races?
January 16, 2012 By Kyle Novak The recent announcement by Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake that the city will no longer honor the contract with Baltimore Racing Development (BRD) marks the sign of another street race on the brink of collapse. BRD was the original promoter of the Baltimore Grand Prix and has since been marred in controversy from failure to pay bills to vendors as well as...
What do you have for us, Matt Leinart? Next man up...
SportsJustice A sports blog with Richard Justice What do you have for us, Matt Leinart? Next man up for Texans Matt Leinart came to the Texans to resurrect his career. Things ended badly in Arizona, with some believing Leinart had neither the work ethic nor talent to play in the NFL. For these two seasons, he has had the advantage of learning the game and the position from Gary Kubiak and of...
Al Davis and Me - Remember the Greatness!
By Leigh Steinberg It would be late at night, usually after midnight,at my home in the Berkeley hills overlooking Oakland and San Francisco and the phone would ring….”uh,uh Leigh, it’s Al, whaddayouknow”. The accent was a blend of Brooklyn and the deep South. Throughout the 70’s,80’s and 90’s the calls would come like clockwork. Al would pick my brain...
Lockout is over, the fun starts now →
By Leigh Steinberg July 30, 2011 For weeks I’ve been predicting that a deal would be struck by the NFL prior to apocalyptic damage to training camps and the season, so credit the parties for getting it done with minimum public controversy and disturbance. Now comes the though part: making sense of the most frenetic period of business activity in the history of the NFL. All the moves...