Ravens Senior VP/Digital Media & Broadcastingis off to London this week in preparation for Sunday’s Ravens-Jaguars game at Wembley Stadium. While it’s not Andres’ first time traveling to The Big Smoke, it is for her organization. She’ll be on-hand to not only guide the team through the city’s attractions, but more importantly, head their digital efforts to make sure fans back home don’t miss a beat.
SBD/September 15, 2017/People and Pop Culture
Weekend Plans With AEG's Dan Beckerman: Canelo-GGG, Chargers Opener, Emmys
By Thomas Leary, Staff Writer
Published September 15, 2017
A typical Friday night for AEG President & CEO DAN BECKERMAN starts with a walk around the corner with his family to their favorite Italian restaurant, a nice wind-down activity for the leader of one of the sports industry's most diverse companies. But while most weekends center...
SBD/September 8, 2017/People and Pop Culture
Weekend Plans With Titans Exec VP & GM Jon Robinson: Kicking Off Year 2 In Nashville
By Thomas Leary, Staff Writer
Published September 8, 2017
The Titans open the '17 season hosting the Raiders at Nissan Stadium, and despite being a "team on the rise" according to many national NFL outlets, Exec VP & GM JON ROBINSON will not change his approach or style during his second season on the job. Robinson, who ...
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