• Haslam apologizes to fellow owners for federal probe

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated May 22, 2013
    Browns owner Jimmy Haslam stood in front of his fellow NFL owners at a league meeting in Boston on Tuesday and apologized for the mess caused by some employees of Pilot Flying J, which is under federal investigation. Thus, if Haslam wants to keep his fellow owners out of this mess, he’ll not make good on the offer to provide private explanations.  Haslam, according to USA Today, asked commissioner Roger Goodell whether he could address the NFL's other owners at the spring meetings in Boston to offer an explanation of the investigation. Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has been engaged for more than a month in the intricate task of saying enough to protect and advance his business interests, but not saying things that would undermine and jeopardize his legal interests. "He said they're going to do everything they can to get it under control and put it behind them, and that he felt bad for the attention that it brought to the Cleveland franchise and the NFL, and he was going to make it right."
    • Browns' Haslam apologizes to other owners

      Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam told USA Today Sports that he apologized to his fellow NFL owners Tuesday for any damage caused to the league's reputation due to the FBI investigation into his Pilot Flying J company.
    • Haslam’s high-wire routine takes on higher stakes

      Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has been engaged for more than a month in the intricate task of saying enough to protect and advance his business interests, but not saying things that would undermine and jeopardize his legal interests. That balancing act ente…

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