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By ESPN Crazymaker Adam Lister and The Associated Press sports writers Sam Doster and Nick Burdette | Updated Oct. 10, 2019 11:15:22Weeks after a major fire in the home of the Cleveland Cavaliers led to the death of an NBA team owner, the team owner has been charged with manslaughter.

In a plea deal, Terry Porter pleaded no contest Monday to manslaughter.

The charges stemmed from a Sept. 16, 2018, fire in a luxury suite in the team’s luxury suite.

The fire, which destroyed the suite and left the team with only one team-owned building, is still under investigation.

The Cleveland Cavaliers and their owner Terry Porter in 2018.AP

NFL owners: Ownership change, new rules and the new owners

The NFL owners are still trying to sort out what it means to be a new owner.

The owners met with reporters at a press conference on Monday, and the biggest news in the NFL’s ownership story so far was that they’re looking at how to address an issue that is a growing concern for fans and owners alike.

There were two big changes from last week, according to league sources, when the owners met: One, the owners will be able to move a franchise in the future.

That could mean they could sell to another team in the same league, or move their team to a new location.

The owners also said they are looking at whether they could buy back a team in a similar situation.

A second change is that owners have agreed to new ownership guidelines for the next four years.

Here are some of the other big changes: The league is moving forward with a change that allows owners to sell their teams in a bid to build a new stadium.

The league has also decided to make it easier for teams to leave the NFL if they are not financially viable.

The NBA will move to a playoff format, the NHL will adopt a two-year salary cap and the NFL and NHLPA will hold negotiations over the next two weeks.

The goal is to bring in a group of owners who would then negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement.

This is all part of the NFL becoming more financially viable, with the owners making some of their biggest decisions in a couple of years.

The new owners are also going to have a new chief financial officer and a new executive vice president.

These changes could have a dramatic impact on the NFL.

As long as the league is going to be profitable, the league has no intention of being a profitable business.

And as long as there are going to continue to be big-money games like the Super Bowl, the NFL is going for the long haul.

But owners are concerned about the NFL being unable to compete in the short term.

If the league isn’t profitable, they don’t think they can make money for the owners.

So they are making the right decisions and the right moves to be able continue to make that bet.

So the league wants to have ownership change.

The biggest change is to allow owners to have more say in how the league operates.

Owners are going back to the owners meetings to work out a new set of ownership guidelines that are in line with the players.

There is a lot of pressure on the owners to go back to owners meetings, and they are going for that.

But there are a lot more owners than before, and that’s why there is more change coming, the sources said.

They are also trying to have the new ownership owners get a sense of the owners expectations, so they know what they want and don’t want.

So owners are looking to get a feel for the new set and how the new team will fit into that set, the source said.

Owners have been talking about how they want to be more involved in the league, the other sources said, and it’s really about trying to work with the new owner to get the best possible outcome.

It’s all part a strategy to build more ownership and make the league more profitable.

In the long run, the teams are going through this process.

If you’re going to win championships, the fans are going have to be satisfied.

If they want more money to support their teams, then that’s what they’re going have.