n this episode, I talk about the continued downfall of QB Johnny Manziel, who lost his endorsement deal with Nike and was fired by NFL super agent Drew Rosenhaus this week.
In this episode, I discuss the murder of former New Orleans Saints player Will Smith, Louisiana's definition of second degree murder, and possible motive for Smith's murder.
In this week's episode, I talk about "baseball diplomacy" following an exhibition game organized by Major League Baseball between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban national baseball team in Cuba. I provide a personal anecdote, as well, about Cuba and why it'll take more than a baseball game to resolve issues between the US and Cuba.
In this episode, I discuss the Chicago White Sox asking Adam LaRoche to not bring his son into the clubhouse again and what legal recourse Adam LaRoche has. Additionally, I talk about how an oral agreement between him and the White Sox is moot here.
In this episode, I discuss the discovery of a knife recovered at OJ Simpson's former property and how OJ cannot be re-prosecuted if there is any link between him, the knife, and the 1994 murders of Nicole Brown-Simpson and Ron Goldman.
In this episode, I discuss the Dallas Police Department's investigation into a domestic violence incident between quarterback Johnny Manziel and his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley and why higher charges should have been reviewed by a grand jury.
My LawNewz piece on potential criminal charges against Manziel: http://lawnewz.com/sports/why-football-star-johnny-manziel-could-face-criminal-charges/
In this episode, I sit down with Southwestern Law School Sport Law Society President Adam Ainslie to discuss the epidemic of illegal streaming of sports content and what legal recourse broadcasters and leagues have to fight the war against internet piracy.
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In this episode, I discuss the 30 NCAA violations against Ole Miss's athletic department (specifically against the football, women's basketball, and track and field programs) and I give my initial take on the matter.
In this episode, I discuss the New York Mets re-signing slugger Yoenis Cespedes, who signed a 3-year deal worth $75 million with an opt-out clause that can be enforced after the 1st year of his contract. I discuss opt-out clauses and how they are beneficial to teams and players. Thanks for watching!
In this episode, I chat with Dennis Bateman, a spokesman for the fan organization "Bring Back the Los Angeles Rams," to discuss the group's history, the Rams relocation from St. Louis to Los Angeles, and the significance of the Rams moving back to LA.
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