Updated: May 21, 2003, 10:03 AM ETBy By Darrell Trimble
NFL: Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said Tuesday there are four finalists to host the 2008 Super Bowl, Washington, New York, Arizona and Tampa. Representatives of those cities will make presentations during an owners' meeting Oct. 29-30 in Chicago, according to the Washington Post. Tagliabue called the areas the "four leading contenders" to host the game and said he expects the owners to select a host city at those meetings. Arizona Cardinals: Prosecutors in Scottsdale decided not to pursue charges against Cardinals running back Thomas Jones for an alleged assault last year. "I didn't think we had a substantial case," police Det. Dan Rincon told the Arizona Republic. "There's no doubt in my mind that the victim did get beaten up there." But according to Rincon, Jones wasn't the man who delivered the beating. There were no independent witnesses to the event, in which Maurice May alleged that Jones assaulted him at Sanctuary on Nov. 17, Rincon told the Republic.
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