I’ll give you a few more links today.
We have some good news from Neil Best of Newsday. He tells us that a biopsy on Bobby Mercer was negative, that his MRI last week showed only scar tissue and not a recurrence of a brain tumor. Mercer will rest at home for a few more days.
John Eggerton of Broadcasting & Cable reports that the NFL and Time Warner Cable clashed on Capitol Hill today as executives from both sides testified before Congress.
Darren Rovell from CNBC says one legacy that Brett Favre leaves is that his NFL jersey is the best selling of all-time.
Bruce Allen of the Boston Sports Media Watch has some suggestions on how to improve the local mainstream sports media blogs
In his Medium Well blog, Ray Frager of the Baltimore Sun writes that on March 12, Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic will devote its secondary channel completely to Alex Ovechkin during the Washington Flames-Calgary Flames game.
The Orbitcast satellite radio blog says XM will offer full coverage of the Indy Racing League for the fourth consecutive year.
Sports anchor Brendan O’Reilly of WBNG-TV in Binghampton, NY, has an open letter to ESPN about how the Alleged Worldwide Leader treated the station when Cornell University won the Ivy League title this past weekend. And thanks to Deadspin for the link to the story.
Leonard Shapiro of the Washington Post feels Brett Favre will eventually come back.
In his Morning Buzz blog, John Ryan of the San Jose Mercury News thinks NBA Commish David Stern watches a lot of Golden State Warriors games.
Good news from The Masters. CBS Sports.com says the 15th and 16th holes from Augusta National will be added to its online coverage.
Ina Fried of CNET.com says NBC will use Microsoft’s Silverlight technology to show the Summer Olympics from Communist China online.
Dave McNary from Variety says the Directors Guild of America ratified a three year contract for its members who work news, sports and operations for the TV networks.
Joe Favorito’s Sports Marketing and PR blog gives kudos to a Minor League Baseball team for developing a Leap Year promotion.
Christopher Byrne from the Eye on Sports Media blog has a quick look at what is known and what is unknown about this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on CBS.
That’s all. Primetime and Late Night Viewing Picks coming up.