Tony Dungy continues to exhibit dignity, leadership and poise-even in other fields of endeavor.
An interesting article from Joan Voight here, she reports on the rise of digital content.
As we continue to progress forward, digital content will gain market share as the leading source for sports content, with access to video, personal websites/blogs and total access, traditional media must acknowledge the movement and also continue to adapt and integrate with technology.
Finally, Beantown should be alive with excitement for the rest of the year. First R. Moss comes to town to play with an already extremely talented "team" (though he got hurt today) and now the Celts' fans are getting their tickets to see The "Big Ticket". I predicate in addition to the sales spike, increased viewership and memorabilia sales, Boston will also be selling additional hotel rooms from those in the area looking to catch these re-configured teams and suites going for a higher premium. Now if either of the teams ventures to the playoffs, especially the Celtics, look for a bump in season ticket prices next year to help absorb those new contracts and the need to capitalize. I'd suggest off-season fantasy experiences as well, Boston has some of the most passionate, albeit at times crazed fans on the planet, though they won't go Celtic Pride and doing anything too crazy.