The Dallas Cowboys haven't finished a season on top for the last 16 seasons, but they will start in first place in Forbes' NFL Franchise Valuations for the seventh straight year.
The NFL is getting more serious about conduct in the stands.
Reggie Bush has picked an agent to negoatiate his contract. But who negotiates his marketing deals is still up in the air.
Falcons cornerback DeAngelo Hall, a Reebok endorser, wore Nike shoes on two televised occasions and was subsequently dumped by Reebok.
Terrell Owens' 2004 NFC Championship ring was sold on eBay for $48,200. The proceeds will go toward Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.
Athletes are the cause celebre of drug advertising, but few know the health risks of the products they pitch.
Jeff Moorad is retiring as an agent and has accepted a high-ranking position with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Off-the-field riches could await Eli Manning if he proves himself on New York's center stage.
Senate tries to get to bottom of steroid use in sports, but it never gets beyond the top brass.
The rules of engagement may change for player agents in the wake of Maurice Clarett's court victory.
Time away from the field didn't have too adverse of an effect on Michael Vick's marketability.
A deal to buy the Dodgers would be a complicated transaction for Buccaneers owner Malcolm Glazer.
After winning a legal battle, the superagent plans to build relationships, not rebuild an empire.
In wake of the George O'Leary debacle, colleges are cleaning up their coaches' biographies.
David Carr, the expected No. 1 pick in the NFL draft, can make up to $50 per card with his signature.