Bank of America Corp. faces a lawsuit by former Indianapolis Colts star defensive end Dwight Freeney, who claims the bank set him up with an unqualified private banker and her “notorious financial predator” boyfriend.
The case has widespread implications for pro athletes and cities with sports franchises that tax visiting players' incomes. It's rooted in part in a challenge brought by former Indianapolis Colt Jeff Saturday.
Tamika Catchings scored 14 points and made key defensive plays to lead Indiana to a 66-51 victory over the New York Liberty on Tuesday night, advancing the Fever to the WNBA Finals for the first time in three years.
The Ohio Supreme Court has delayed its decision that struck down the way Cleveland taxes visiting professional athletes while the city appeals. At issue are challenges by retired Colts center Jeff Saturday and former Bears linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer.
Indianapolis Colts General Manager Ryan Grigson and Head Coach Chuck Pagano spent last week trying to dispel the notion there was internal friction. Team owner Jim Irsay added his voice to the chorus Sunday after an ugly Colts loss.