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The Sports Esquires’ Top 10 Most Read Stories of 2014

Our first year of bringing you in depth analysis of the top sports law stories is officially behind us. There were a lot of intriguing issues that came up throughout the year, but these were the most popular among our readers:

  1. Clarifying the Chaos: What is really going on with the NFL Personal Conduct Policy
  1. The Unfriendly Confines: Rooftop Owners Sue the City of Chicago and Commission on Chicago Landmarks over Wrigley Field Renovation Project
  1. Setting the Record Straight – What The Cancellation of the Washington Redskins Trademarks Really Means
  1. It’s Better to Be Right Than First: Why the Commissioner’s Exemption List is a Bad Idea
  1. Putting Down the Pom-Poms: NFL Cheerleaders Fight for Minimum Wages
  1. The Curious Case of Ed O’Bannon: How the NCAA Managed to Lose Almost Every Point in the Landmark Case and Still Avoid Having to Make Any Sweeping Changes
  1. Brazil’s National Pride and Embarrassment: What the World Cup Protests Say About Brazil’s Past and Future
  1. Jerry Jones Sued for Sexual Assault by Former Exotic Dancer who Took Photos of Cowboys Owner…and That’s Only Part of the Story
  1. Don’t Tread on Me: LaVar Arrington Can and Should Refer to Himself as a “Redskins Great”
  1. Breaking Down Ray Rice’s Appeal: He Will Win, The Internet May Break

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