These are Forbes’ articles on the business of professional football teams, including the valuation and rankings of NFL teams nd the list of highest paid NFL players. The Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable team, being worth $1.8 billion. Peyton Manning is highest paid player, set to earn $15.8 million for the 2010 season.
This database shows how student-athletes are doing academically at NCAA institutions.
“These are arrests and citations involving NFL players since 2000 that were more serious than speeding tickets. The San Diego Union-Tribune reviewed hundreds of news reports and public records in compiling it. The list cannot be considered comprehensive in part because some incidents may not have been reported and some public records proved to be elusive. Increased media coverage of incidents also probably accounts for more incidents listed in recent years.”–From the website. You can look at the complete list or search by name, position, or team.
The National Park Service offers this site to provide information and links to help you plan your summer national park vacation.
USA Today offers these salaries databases for NFL football player, MLB baseball players, NBA basketball players, and NHL hockey players.
The U. S. Census offers this Facts for Features which provides demographics on the host city of the 2010 Super Bowl, Miami, and also demographics for the cities of both Super Bowl teams, New Orleans and Indianapolis.
SI.com offers its list of the 50 highest earning American athletes here.
Much information, from the Library of Congress, including essays, photographs, exhibition pages, and more, on the game of baseball.
This is the full text of the 26-page report released by the NCAA that stripped the University of Memphis of its 38 victories during the 2007-2008 college basketball season and its 2008 Final Four appearance.
The Memphis Commercial Appeal provides this online search tool to help you find summer camps in the Memphis Area. There are ways to narrow your search, including by camp type: Arts/Hobbies, Day Camps, Educational, Residential, Specialty, and Sports.
“Few travelers are familiar with most parks described here. Many are located away from principal highways or are relatively new to the National Park System. And most, but not all, are smaller than the more popular parks. Yet these sites contain nationally significant scenic and cultural resources, many of comparable quality to the more famous parks.”–From the web site. And these parks are searchable by state on this site.