Some of you may have gone back to work today. Some of you might have extended your holiday weekend today. Whatever situation you’re in, linkage doesn’t stop so we get some today. I’m in a bit of withdrawal from having morning tennis over the last two weeks and with Howard Stern still on vacation at Sirius XM, I’m a bit lost for morning listening today. So I delve further into the linkage for you.
USA Today’s Michael Hiestand went to the AT&T National this weekend to see the small army CBS Sports employs for a PGA Tour event.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell talks to Andy Roddick’s Mojo (remember the American Express ads?) to see if indeed, he has it back.
Phil Mushnick over at the New York Post praises Tim McCarver for speaking out against Fox’s cutting to Manny Ramirez’s at-bats on Saturday.
Bill Conlin of the Philadelphia Daily News also gives McCarver some love for his anti-Manny statements.
Members of the Philadelphia Inquirer feel Fox Sports ripped off Phillies fans with the Manny cut-ins on Saturday.
Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner says the 4th of July holiday weekend had a distinct European flavor on sports television.
Tom Jones of the St. Petersburg Times looks at the weekend in television sports.
Barry Horn in the Dallas Morning News previews tonight’s 4th and Long episode.
Ed Sherman in Crain’s Chicago Business warns of the return of Jay “The Rat” Mariotti to the Windy City in some capacity.
Thomas V. Bona of the Rockford (IL) Register Star writes about NFL Network and ESPNU joining Comcast’s digital tier at the end of this month.
Dusty Saunders of the Denver Post writes that John McEnroe was a man of few words during yesterday’s Wimbledon’s men’s final.
However, Chris Zelkovich of the Toronto Star feels John and his partner, Ted Robinson spoke too much!
Bruce Dowbiggin of the Toronto Globe and Mail goes over Wimbledon and a host of others subjects.
Alex Weprin of Broadcasting & Cable reports Golf Channel and Donald Trump are talking about a new documentary on his efforts to build a huge golf course and resort in Scotland.
Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News looks back at the Wimbledon men’s final.
Mike Farrell of Multichannel says the sale of the Montreal Canadiens could give an unexpected boost to Cablevision, the owner of MSG Network and the New York Rangers.
Mark Newman of MLB.com says Yankees online in-market streaming starts on Wednesday.
Phil Villarreal of the Consumerist blog says getting the NFL Network on Comcast systems may still cost you extra.
Shane Bacon of the AOL Fanhouse blog tells us that ESPN/ABC won’t show next week’s Open Championship in HD!
Joe Favorito says the CFL and the UFL fought to get attention.
And that’s going to do it for the links for now.