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Relearning relaxation

I’m currently up in Quebec, Canada enjoying what my friends refer to as a sane man’s vacation.
You know, the kind of vacation that most sensible people take, a vacation where you can stop long enough to taste the coffee, smell the roses and sip the wine.
That’s in direct opposition to my near decade’s ... (full story)


HOF Series: Jones' stop in journey with Cowboys: Canton

HOF Series: Jones'  stop in journey with Cowboys: Canton

FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Jerry Jones never seems sure where to start in tracing the roots that led to him becoming one of the most powerful men in the NFL.
His influence in the league is as good a reason as any why the Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Maybe it's the 9- ... (full story)


Browns owner preaching patience after ‘hard’ 1-15 season

Browns owner preaching patience after ‘hard’ 1-15 season

BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Embarrassed by the Browns' deplorable record during his tenure as owner, Jimmy Haslam promised patience will guide him going forward.
During his annual press conference at training camp, Haslam acknowledged last season's 1-15 record was "harder than we thought" but he's convinced he's hired the ... (full story)


Meyer has Ohio State running like Fortune 500 juggernaut

Meyer has Ohio State running like Fortune 500 juggernaut

CHICAGO (AP) — The tailored, slate-gray suit, the scarlet and gray power tie, the blacked-out chronograph on his wrist — if you didn't know Urban Meyer was the football coach at Ohio State, your first guess would be a Fortune 500 CEO.
That's hardly a coincidence.
After five seasons in Columbus, Meyer has the Buckey ... (full story)


Gilbert: 'We screwed up' on mostly-white crowd in Detroit ad

Gilbert: 'We screwed up' on mostly-white crowd in Detroit ad

DETROIT (AP) — A billionaire businessman has apologized for his real estate company's controversial sign in downtown Detroit that says "See Detroit Like We Do" with an image of a mostly-white crowd.
Quicken Loans Founder and Cleveland Cavaliers majority owner Dan Gilbert posted on Facebook, saying his Bedrock comp ... (full story)