NFL Interactive Media Rights Agreement - NFL Enterprises LP, America Online Inc., CBS Broadcasting Inc. and SportsLine.com Inc.


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                     NFL INTERACTIVE MEDIA RIGHTS AGREEMENT

                                      among

                             NFL ENTERPRISES, L.P.,

                                       and

                              AMERICA ONLINE, INC.,

                             CBS BROADCASTING INC.,

                              SPORTSLINE.COM, INC.





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                            Dated as of July 6, 2001

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                     NFL INTERACTIVE MEDIA RIGHTS AGREEMENT

      This NFL Interactive Media Rights Agreement (the "Agreement") is made as
of this 6th day of July, 2001 (hereafter the "Effective Date") by and among:

      A. NFL Enterprises, L.P., a Delaware limited partnership ("NFLE");

      B. CBS Broadcasting Inc., a New York corporation ("CBS");

      C. America Online, Inc., a Delaware corporation ("AOL"); and

      D. SportsLine.com, Inc., a Delaware corporation ("SportsLine").

      SportsLine, CBS and AOL are collectively the "Interactive Parties." NFLE,
CBS, SportsLine and AOL are each individually a "Party" and are collectively the
"Parties."

                                R E C I T A L S :

      (1) NFLE operates certain Websites (as defined herein) featuring Content
relating to the National Football League and its Member Clubs (as defined
herein) (collectively the "NFL"); and

      (2) NFLE owns or has the commercial right to license certain trademarks,
service marks, logos, and certain copyrights and other intellectual property
rights in valuable content, in each case relating to the NFL; and

      (3) NFLE proposes to grant or to cause NFL Productions LLC, a Delaware
limited liability company ("NFL Productions") and/or National Football League
Properties, Inc., a California corporation ("NFLP") to grant to the Interactive
Parties, as applicable, subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement,
certain intellectual property and other contract rights in connection with the
online properties of NFLE and certain other emerging technologies as specified
herein in exchange for the rights and benefits specified herein; and

      (4) the Interactive Parties propose to assume certain associated
obligations (in each case as more fully defined herein); and

      (5) the rights to be granted and obligations assumed by NFLE and the
Interactive Parties, as applicable, consist of the following categories, in each
case subject to the terms, conditions and limitations more specifically set
forth herein, and in connection therewith the Parties acknowledge that the
categories set forth in the recitals are intended for purposes of reference only
and that the more specific provisions referenced therein shall control:

(A)   Intellectual Property Rights and Obligations.

(1)      the exclusive right and obligation to produce, host, distribute and
         design and display the NFL.com, Superbowl.com, NFLEurope.com,
         PlayFootball.com Websites and the Customized Sites (as defined herein)
         (collectively, and including for the avoidance of doubt the Co-branded
         Areas, the "NFL Sites"), as set forth in Section 1 (the "Hosting and
         Production Rights");

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(2)      the exclusive right to receive from NFLE and to exploit, in each case
         in the field of use specified herein, certain trademarks, service
         marks, logos, copyrighted material, information, images and other
         intellectual property associated with the production of the NFL Sites
         and the exercise of the other rights granted herein, as set forth in
         Section 2 (the "NFL Contributed Content Rights");

(3)      the agreement by NFLE not to permit the licensing of NFL Content or
         grant certain other rights to certain third parties specified in the
         Agreement, as set forth in Section 3 (the "Internet Exclusivity
         Rights");

(4)      certain rights relating to the Member Club Websites included in the NFL
         Internet Network, as set forth in Section 4 (the "NFL Internet Network
         Rights");

(5)      the rights to produce and use the Marks in connection with, certain
         interactive Fantasy Football Products and other related online fantasy
         applications on the NFL Sites, as set forth in Section 5 (the
         "Interactive Game Rights");

(6)      the rights to use certain NFL Content in the online and offline
         promotion of the NFL Sites, as set forth in Section 6 (the "NFL.com
         Promotional Rights");

(7)      the rights to use certain NFL Content in the online and offline
         promotion of AOL and SportsLine products and services, as set forth in
         Section 7 (the "NFL Party Sponsorship Rights"); and

(8)      limited rights to certain NFL Content on the Websites of SportsLine and
         AOL, as set forth in Section 8 (the "Interactive Party Content
         Rights"); and

(B)   Financial Rights and Obligations.

(1)      the obligation to fund the production and hosting of the NFL Sites in
         accordance with annual budgets agreed among the Parties, as set forth
         in Section 9 (the "Production Expense Funding Obligations");

(2)      certain revenue and related rights and associated obligations, in
         particular with respect to advertising placement and sponsorship
         designations with respect to pre-existing NFLE online contractual
         relationships, in each case subject to third party consent rights, as
         set forth in Section 10 (the "Backlog Rights");

(3)      the rights to sell and derive revenues from the sale of online
         advertising and sponsorships arising out of the operation and content
         of the NFL Sites as contemplated herein, as set forth in Section 11
         (the "Advertising and Sponsorship Sales Rights");

(4)      the rights to receive certain amounts generated by NFLE's e-commerce
         activities on the NFL Sites subject to certain pre-existing NFLE online
         contractual relationships and third party consent rights, as set forth
         in Section 12 (the "Online Commerce Rights");

(5)      subject to mutually agreed privacy policies, joint rights to exploit
         all NFL Sites User Data (as defined herein) for merchandising,
         direct-marketing, and other e-commerce purposes in each case, *** as
         set forth in Section 13 (the "Database/Direct Marketing Rights");

(6)      the rights to receive a portion of the profits generated by NFLE's
         exploitation of, and certain blocking rights with respect to, certain
         new media rights described herein, as set forth in Section 14 (the
         "Emerging Media Rights");

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(7)      the obligation to make certain payments and provide certain other
         consideration to NFLE for the rights and benefits granted hereunder, as
         set forth in Section 15 (the "Rights Fee Obligations"); and

(8)      the right of all Parties to participate in certain revenues generated
         through the exploitation of the NFL Sites, as set forth in Section 16;
         and

(C)   Other Rights and Obligations.

(1)      certain cross-promotional rights between NFLE and the Interactive
         Parties as set forth in Section 17 (the "Party Cross-Promotional
         Rights");

(2)      ***;

(3)      ***;

(4)      the rights to receive reporting credit for the NFLE site traffic and
         Club site traffic, as set forth in Section 20 (the "Traffic Reporting
         Arrangements");

(5)      the rights to receive certain hospitality benefits, as set forth in
         Section 21 (the "Hospitality Rights"); and

(6)      each and all of the other rights and obligations of NFLE and the
         Interactive Parties as set forth in this Agreement and not specified
         above.

      NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing premises and the mutual
covenants and obligations set forth herein, the receipt and sufficiency of which
each are hereby acknowledged, NFLE and the Interactive Parties hereby agree as
follows:

      1. Hosting and Production Rights and Obligations. NFLE grants to
SportsLine the exclusive worldwide right and, subject to the limitations and
conditions of the Budget (as defined herein) as contemplated in Section 9 and
Section 16 and the Content Plan (as defined herein and attached hereto as
Exhibit C), SportsLine accepts and assumes the obligation to design, develop,
fund, produce, perform, host, display and distribute online, and maintain, the
English language versions of the NFL Sites, all in accordance with the terms of
this Agreement.

      1.1 Production Requirements.

            (a) Production Quality: SportsLine shall ensure that the NFL Sites
      shall be of high quality and shall initially be of a quality and technical
      sophistication that is at least comparable to the current NFL Sites in
      terms of overall appearance, production quality, content and features,
      ease of use and innovation. Subject to the Budget, SportsLine shall
      periodically update and keep the NFL Sites current *** during the Term (as
      defined in Section 24). Without limiting the generality of its
      responsibilities under this Section, SportsLine shall, subject to the
      Budget as set forth in Section 9:

                  (i) use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that the
            quality of the NFL Sites is consistent ***;

                  (ii) ***;

                  (iii) cause the operation of all pages on the NFL Sites to
            conform to the service level and quality commitments with respect to
            the operation of the NFL Sites set forth in Exhibit A;

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                  (iv) use its commercially reasonable efforts to coordinate
            with NFLE and NFLE's current production and hosting partner to
            ensure a seamless hand-over of production and hosting responsibility
            to SportsLine for the NFL Sites, such that any down time and user
            impact is minimized; and

                  (v) cause the Generally Available Sites (as defined below) to
            comply with the NFL Terms and Conditions for Usage set forth in
            Exhibit Q as such terms may be amended from time to time hereafter,
            subject to SportsLine's approval which shall not be unreasonably
            withheld or delayed.

      (b) Staffing: SportsLine anticipates that staffing requirements will
fluctuate throughout the NFL Season and the remainder of the Budget year. To
ensure that SportsLine can produce the NFL Sites in accordance with the Content
Plan, SportsLine will dedicate *** people who will be responsible for managing
the content, editorial, art work, community/chat, audio and video production,
multimedia, applications development and other features contemplated to be
included on the NFL Sites in accordance with the Content Plan ("Dedicated
Personnel"). In addition, SportsLine will hire dedicated NFL Sites management
personnel *** (the "NFL Sites Managers"). During each applicable NFL Season,
SportsLine will have a minimum of *** Dedicated Personnel and the *** NFL Sites
Managers. Beyond these Dedicated Personnel, SportsLine will allocate on an
as-needed basis its existing operations staff ("Non-Dedicated Personnel") to
ensure that the NFL Sites benefit from the best personnel at SportsLine's
disposal and provide expertise in areas including technical system operations,
networking, content management systems, automated content processing, initial
user interface design, content presentation applications (server- and
client-side), sales, sales support services, business development and legal
affairs. SportsLine shall ensure that all production staff and personnel possess
the requisite professional qualifications, and work experience developing and
supporting the technologies and platforms being utilized for the NFL Sites, to
ensure the full and timely performance of SportsLine's production obligations
hereunder. ***

      (c) Subcontracting: SportsLine may outsource certain production
obligations for discrete applications on the NFL Sites; subject to the following
conditions:

      ***

      (d) Customized AOL Sites: SportsLine shall have the right and obligation
to produce the Customized Sites in compliance with the AOL Carriage Terms and
this Agreement. The Customized Sites and the Content thereon shall be the
Generally Available Sites, subject to the requirement that the Customized Sites
comply with the AOL Carriage Terms, including the advertising and transactions
standards (the "ATS"), the Commerce Terms, the Operating Standards, the Online
Terms, each as attached to the AOL Carriage Terms and subject further to the
framing of the pages of the Customized Sites with the AOL Frames. SportsLine
agrees that it shall comply with its obligations set forth in the AOL Carriage
Terms in connection with the production by SportsLine of the Customized Sites.
***

      (e) No Rights to Charge Fees. SportsLine shall not charge any fees,
including subscription fees, to end-users for access to any of the NFL Sites or
any Content thereon. NFLE shall not have the right to impose subscription or
other access fees for any NFL Content appearing on the NFL Sites or any portion
thereof other than as provided with respect to Emerging Media Rights pursuant to
Section 14 hereof.

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1.2   Site Content, Layout, Development, and Approvals.

      (a) Content Plan: SportsLine and NFLE have mutually agreed upon the
detailed content plan (the "Content Plan"), attached as Exhibit C hereto,
covering the appropriate overall concept and design elements, layouts, branding,
content, cross-promotional and other specifications necessary to permit
SportsLine to produce and host each and all of the NFL Sites (including WAP
pages of NFL.com as provided in the Content Plan).

      (b) Revisions to Content Plan: SportsLine shall comply with the approved
Content Plan and shall ensure that all design elements, layouts, branding,
editorial material, graphics, trademarks, logos and other Content (collectively,
the "Site Elements") are inserted and hosted on the NFL Sites in accordance with
the Content Plan. The Content Plan shall be updated and revised from time to
time as may be reasonably requested by SportsLine or NFLE and subject to Section
9. NFLE shall have the right, in consultation with AOL and SportsLine, to
require SportsLine, subject to the Budget and Section 9.6, to undertake major
updates or revisions (e.g., redesign of the layouts or substantial redeployment
of Content elements or features) of the Content Plan, but not more than once per
NFL Season (and in all events prior to May 15 preceding the applicable NFL
Season) unless SportsLine otherwise consents, which consent shall not be
unreasonably withheld or delayed. SportsLine shall submit any proposed format or
overall content changes to NFLE for its prior approval in the form of an update
to the Content Plan.

      (c) NFLE Approval and Removal Authority: The Parties acknowledge and agree
that NFLE has and shall retain during the Term the absolute and final editorial
control and authority, and rights of pre-approval, in each case in its sole
discretion, over the Site Elements included in the Content Plan and/or displayed
on the NFL Sites. In addition to NFLE's rights with respect to advertising and
sponsorship set forth below, NFLE has the right to require SportsLine to remove
from any NFL Site, immediately (or as soon as technologically feasible without
causing material interference with the overall display, hosting, operation and
performance of the NFL Sites):

            (i) any Site Elements that were not previously approved as part of a
      Content Plan (including, for the avoidance of doubt, any individual or
      detailed Site Elements not expressly contemplated in the Content Plan);

            (ii) any Site Elements previously and specifically approved as part
      of a Content Plan the display of which the NFL subsequently determines ***
      would be detrimental to or inconsistent with the image or reputation of
      the NFL or professional football; or

            (iii) any Site Elements that NFLE *** determines would: (A) violate
      applicable law or the privacy or intellectual property rights of any third
      party; or (B) be libelous or defamatory.

Without limiting the ultimate authority of NFLE to require the removal of such
Site Elements, NFLE shall: (x) consider but shall in no circumstances be
obligated to comply with the reasonable requests by the Interactive Parties for
the temporary continued display and hosting of any such Site Elements or for an
equitable adjustment thereof to the Interactive Parties, taking into
consideration the circumstances and harm arising from the continued production,
distribution and display of any such previously approved Site Element (as such
harm is perceived by NFLE in its sole but good faith discretion); and (y)
consider the impact on the Parties' obligations or any advertiser or sponsor of
any of the NFL Sites in requiring the removal of a previously approved Site
Element pursuant to clause (ii) above. In the case of advertisements sold by the
Interactive Parties which were, at the time they were sold or committed to,
permitted under the applicable ATS and not otherwise prohibited under clause
(ii) above, but which NFLE subsequently requires be removed pursuant to such
clause (ii), NFLE shall pay in cash to SportsLine, on behalf of the Interactive
Parties, as Gross Revenues the remainder of the sums due under

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the agreements for such advertisements as Gross Revenues; provided that the
underlying agreements for such advertising have terms of *** and contains a
termination right for such Interactive Party on not more than *** days notice.
For the avoidance of doubt, the Interactive Parties acknowledge that the failure
by SportsLine to comply with the take-down provisions of this Section 1.2 shall
constitute a material breach of this Agreement.

      (d) Approval Process: NFLE and the Interactive Parties shall develop a
reasonable and appropriate consultative process to facilitate the development
and preliminary review of each of the seasonal updates of the Content Plan and
the associated editorial strategy, in each case prior to their submission to
NFLE for final approval. AOL's right to consultation shall relate to the
implementation of plans or editorial strategies which affect AOL's revenue
sharing rights provided for herein. The process shall, at a minimum, require
that SportsLine submit the overall content plans, advertising campaigns and
layout proposals for the NFL Sites to NFLE for pre-approval prior to final
development. Approvals of the final proposed seasonal updates to the Content
Plan, including editorial strategy and Site Elements, shall be managed according
to reasonable timelines agreed among the Parties. Without limiting the
generality of the foregoing, unless otherwise mutually agreed by the Parties,
NFLE shall use its commercially reasonable efforts to respond to proposals from
SportsLine (i) regarding seasonal updates or other material revisions to the
Content Plan and associated Site Elements within *** business days and (ii)
regarding revisions to specific or individual Site Elements, within *** business
days to proposals regarding revisions to specific or individual Site Elements,
in each case providing in reasonable detail the basis for such non-approval.
NFLE acknowledges that SportsLine may in certain circumstances have a legitimate
commercial need to obtain more prompt approvals with respect to the Site
Elements, and NFLE shall use its commercially reasonable efforts to respond to
such urgent requests during the same business day. The Parties shall develop and
agree upon guidelines for a review and revision process for any Content Plan
updates and/or Site Elements that are not approved by NFLE. The agreed process
shall require NFLE to use its commercially reasonable efforts to respond
promptly to SportsLine's proposed revisions to the Content Plan or Site
Elements. Within *** days after the execution of this Agreement, NFLE shall
designate *** contacts who have the authority to grant the approvals referred to
in this Section 1.2(d). NFLE shall provide written notice to SportsLine if it
changes these contacts.

      (e) Advertising Prominence: Subject to Section 11 (including without
limitation the required compliance with the AOL Carriage Terms in respect of the
Customized Sites) and to the production quality standards set forth in Section
1.1(a), SportsLine shall sell and display advertising units on the NFL Sites;
provided that ***. The Parties further agree that the NFL Sites shall in no
event ***. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Parties acknowledge that the
proposed mock-up of the NFL.com homepage, attached as Exhibit D-1 hereto
represents the mutually agreed level of commercialization on the NFL.com
homepage, and that advertising and commercialization of such homepage shall not
be more prominent or densely presented without the consent of NFLE and
SportsLine.

      (f) Trademark and Content Guidelines: All NFL-trademarked Content
developed by the Interactive Parties, and all uses of NFL Content (including
without limitation NFL Contributed Content) by the Interactive Parties pursuant
to this Agreement, shall comply with the NFLE trademark and content ownership,
usage and approval policies attached as Exhibit E hereto (the "Trademark and
Content Guidelines").

      (g) Transfer of DNS Administration: During the Term, SportsLine shall be
listed as the technical contact and the authoritative DNS servers for all
associated domains for the NFL Sites, and NFLE shall, within five (5) business
days following the execution of this Agreement, direct the registrar of the
domains for the NFL Sites to designate SportsLine as the technical contact and
the authoritative DNS for such domains. NFLE shall provide assistance as may be
requested by SportsLine in connection with the application process for, and in
administering, the NFL Sites domains during the Term.

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      1.3 Editorial Strategy.

            (a) Complementary Presentation and Editorial Strategy: ***

            (b) Co-branded Strategy: SportsLine and NFLE shall develop
      complementary editorial strategies on their respective Websites in an
      effort to minimize the duplication of the content and editorial offerings
      made on the NFL Sites and increase the flow of traffic between the NFL
      Sites and the CBS SportsLine Website; provided that the foregoing shall
      not obligate AOL to modify, delete, adapt or change in any way any Content
      on the AOL Network. ***

      The NFL Co-branded Areas shall feature a "look and feel" consistent with
      the applicable NFL Sites Look and Feel in terms of framing, layout and
      interactivity, and the NFL Co-branded Areas shall be hosted on an NFL.com
      domain. Pages in the NFL Co-branded Areas shall be substantially similar
      in terms of branding, layout and design to those mock-up pages reproduced
      in Exhibit D-2. NFLE and SportsLine acknowledge and agree that the
      following are not NFL Co-branded Areas, and, accordingly, not subject to
      this Section 1.3(a): ***

            (c) Relationship with NFL Broadcast Partners: *** ***

            (d) Superbowl.com Site: *** SportsLine and NFLE shall update the
      proposed content and promotional program for Superbowl.com each year.
      SportsLine and NFLE shall negotiate in good faith and use their
      commercially reasonable efforts to agree to a jointly-developed content,
      co-branding and promotional plan with the broadcast partner for each
      Superbowl during the Term.

            (e) AOL Superbowl Information: ***

            (f) CBS Superbowl Information: CBS agrees that it shall not create a
      separately identifiable Website providing coverage of the Super Bowl, and
      that the homepage of any CBS Sports or other CBS area related to the
      Superbowl shall feature prominent links to Superbowl.com (and may also
      incidentally contain links to other CBS Content relating to the
      Superbowl). Nothing in the preceding sentence prohibits CBS from having
      Content regarding the Superbowl on the CBS.com Website or its online
      network.

      1.4 Domains. SportsLine shall cause NFL.com, Superbowl.com, NFLEurope.com
and Playfootball.com to be accessible via the Internet at the following domains
and associated URLs: nfl.com, superbowl.com, nfleurope.com and playfootball.com,
respectively (such domains and associated URLs together with other domains and
URLs owned or otherwise used by the NFL shall be referred to as the "NFL
Domains"). Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, NFLE grants to
SportsLine, solely during the Term, the right to use the NFL Domains currently
used for NFL.com, Superbowl.com, NFLEurope.com and PlayFootball.com solely for
the purpose of making the corresponding NFL Sites accessible via the Internet in
accordance with this Agreement and in a manner approved by NFLE, such approval
not to be unreasonably withheld. NFLE expressly reserves all right to the NFL
Domains that are not expressly granted herein. The Interactive Parties shall not
register any trademarks, service marks or domains that are similar to the NFL
Domains or that include any NFL or NFL Member Club (defined herein) marks or
names without NFLE's prior written approval. Upon NFLE's reasonable request upon
the termination or expiration of this Agreement, SportsLine shall take all
reasonably necessary actions to facilitate NFLE's use of the NFL Domains that
were licensed to SportsLine during the Term. For the purposes of this Agreement,
"Member Clubs" shall mean the professional football teams currently comprising
the NFL together with any other professional football teams admitted as members
of the NFL after the Effective Date.

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      1.5 Domain Name Operational Language. For purposes of this Section 1.5,
the following terms have the following meanings: "Access Code" means each
username, password, or other code for access to the Account. "Account" means the
account of NFLE (or its applicable affiliate) with the Registrar pertaining to
each Domain Name. "Domain Name" means the domain name for each NFL Domain.
"Registrar" means the registrar, accredited by the Internet Corporation for
Assigned Names and Numbers or its successor, with which each Domain Name is
registered. "Technical Contact" means the Technical Contact for each Domain Name
as defined by, and registered with, the Registrar.

Except with advance written authorization by NFLE, SportsLine shall not change
any Access Code, change any record of the Registrar relating to any Domain Name
or Account, transfer registration of any Domain Name to any other domain name
registrar, or register any Domain Name or any confusingly similar domain name
with any registrar anywhere in the world. If, with advance written authorization
by NFLE, SportsLine changes any Access Code, SportsLine contemporaneously shall
provide NFLE with the changed Access Code. Under no circumstance shall
SportsLine identify itself to the Registrar or any other person as the owner of
any Domain Name. When NFLE designates SportsLine as Technical Contact for the
Domain Names pursuant to Section 1.2(g), SportsLine, at its expense, shall
provide all reasonable assistance and cooperation requested by NFLE in
transferring the responsibilities of Technical Contact from SportsLine's
predecessor as Technical Contact to SportsLine and from SportsLine to a
successor Technical Contact, if any, designated by NFLE. If NFLE so requests,
SportsLine immediately shall surrender access to any Account and shall cooperate
with NFLE at SportsLine's expense in removing SportsLine as Technical Contact
for any Domain Name.

      2. License to NFLE Contributed Content for Production, Hosting and
Display.

      2.1 License Grant. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement,
NFLE grants to SportsLine in respect of the NFL Sites *** a worldwide,
non-transferable limited purpose (as set forth below) license to display,
distribute, host, modify (except as set forth in Exhibit E), perform, reproduce,
store, transmit, and otherwise use, solely during the Term (except as otherwise
expressly provided herein) and solely in the field of use specified in Section
2.2 and, with respect to SportsLine, solely for the purpose of performing its
obligations hereunder, the NFL Sites, elements of NFL Content and associated
intellectual property rights specified in this Section 2 (such NFL Content and
associated intellectual property rights as more specifically defined in Section
2.4 hereof, the "NFL Contributed Content"). The licenses granted pursuant to
this Section 2.1 shall be exclusive as and to the extent provided in Section 2.2
hereof. Notwithstanding the foregoing, SportsLine shall not modify in any
substantive way (as opposed to technical formatting necessary for display) any
NFL Contributed Content without NFLE's prior written approval. ***

      2.2 No Rights to Sublicense. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein
or as NFLE may otherwise agree in writing, the license rights granted under this
Section 2 do not include any right to sublicense the NFL Contributed Content or
any portion thereof, ***

      2.3 Exclusivity and Field of Use. SportsLine hereby agrees that the field
of use for which NFLE is granting license rights pursuant to this Section 2.2 is
limited to, and that the NFL Sites and the NFL Contributed Content shall
accordingly be used by SportsLine pursuant to the license granted under this
Section 2, only for purposes of the production, hosting, and online display and
distribution of the NFL Sites as contemplated in Section 1 in the English
language. *** The grant of such license rights to NFL Contributed Content does
not constitute a transfer of ownership or other rights or title to or interest
in such NFL Contributed Content, and none of SportsLine, AOL (or any AOL Member)
or CBS shall have any rights of use in or ownership of such NFL Contributed
Content except as expressly provided in this Agreement.

      2.4 Definition and Scope of NFL Contributed Content. The NFL Contributed
Content Rights granted to SportsLine (and to AOL in respect of the Customized
Sites) shall consist of the license rights granted in Section 2.1 hereof to the
following types of Content and branding to be displayed on NFL Sites in
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Content Plan, and NFLE agrees that such NFL Contributed Content (other than
streaming audio as set forth below) shall in no event consist of a less
comprehensive package of Content than the level of NFL Contributed Content
displayed on the NFL Sites during the most recent year prior to the date of this
Agreement:

            (a) Real-time scoring;

            (b) Statistics;

            (c) Still photo highlights;

            (d) Streaming audio (subject to NFLE obtaining the rights therefor
      on commercially reasonable terms from any third party holding such rights
      and failing which NFLE shall work in good faith with the Interactive
      Parties to provide other Content of a reasonably comparable value);

            (e) Graphics;

            (f) Text;

            (g) Subject to Section 2.5, mutually agreed level of streaming video
      programming and/or archived video content, but in no event less than the
      level of NFL Contributed Content displayed on the NFL Sites during the
      most recent year prior to the Effective Date;

            (h) the Marks; and

            (i) Such other available NFL Content developed by NFLE and its
      affiliates from time to time, as may be mutually agreed in writing by NFLE
      and SportsLine to be included among the NFL Contributed Content.

      2.5 NFL Contributed Content Exclusions. In no event does the term NFL
Contributed Content include the television or other video system broadcast,
transmission, retransmission or other distribution of (i) a compressed version
of an NFL game (meaning a version displaying primary playing time compressed in
a shorter format); (ii) a complete NFL football game; or (iii) any portion of
any NFL game at any time during the applicable blackout window for such game
under NFLE's existing or future television contracts (any such video broadcast,
transmission, retransmission or other distribution of a game (or portion thereof
during a blackout window) is collectively referred to as an "NFL Game"). Under
no circumstances is any Interactive Party granted pursuant to this Agreement any
rights across any distribution platform in respect of an NFL Game.

      2.6 Facilitation of SportsLine Content Development. NFLE shall procure
reasonable access for SportsLine news and editorial personnel to NFL players,
coaches and League-level personnel, for purposes of interviews, online chats,
and other access as outlined and approved in the Content Plan or as otherwise
may be approved by NFLE. NFLE shall be responsible for the costs and expenses of
fulfilling its responsibilities under this Section 2.6 (e.g., payment of
appearance fees); provided that NFLE shall not be responsible for any expenses
of the Interactive Parties incurred in utilizing the access provided by NFLE
(e.g., travel or other costs related to credentialed access to NFL Games) but
such expenses may be recovered by SportsLine to the extent as provided in the
Budget. For the avoidance of doubt, any Content or other materials produced as a
result of NFLE's performance of its obligations under this Section 2.6 shall be
deemed to be NFL Contributed Content.

      2.7 NFLE Obligation to Produce and Deliver Certain NFL Contributed
Content. NFLE shall procure at its own expense, and produce and deliver to
SportsLine for insertion on the NFL Sites, the NFL Contributed Content specified
in Exhibit G attached hereto. The NFL Contributed Content to be delivered to
SportsLine by NFLE shall be delivered in mutually agreed formats suitable for
insertion on the NFL Sites. Except as provided 

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in this Section 2.7, NFLE shall be under no obligation to produce, format,
program, edit or otherwise prepare any other NFL Contributed Content for
delivery to SportsLine in connection with the display of NFL Contributed Content
on the NFL Sites. With respect to any NFL Contributed Content to which
SportsLine has rights hereunder but for which NFLE has no affirmative obligation
to produce or deliver such NFL Contributed Content under this Section 2.7, NFLE
shall provide its reasonable assistance to SportsLine in securing such NFL
Contributed Content as contemplated in the Content Plan, and SportsLine shall
include the cost of acquiring, producing, formatting, programming and otherwise
editing such NFL Contributed Content in its Budget.

      2.8 Other Editorial Support. NFLE shall provide to SportsLine a level of
editorial support (e.g., Content, personnel, etc.) consistent with the level of
editorial support provided by NFLE with respect to the NFL Sites in the most
recent prior year to the date of this Agreement.

      2.9 Rights Concerning Certain Potential Television Programming.

            (a) ***

            (b) ***

            (c) ***

      3. Exclusivity.

      3.1 Grant of Exclusivity. Subject to the limitations set forth below and
in Sections 3.3 and 3.4 hereof, NFLE agrees for the benefit of the Interactive
Parties not to use, license or otherwise grant rights to (or permit to be used,
licensed or granted) any NFL-owned or controlled Content or Marks (including
without limitation any Content or Marks constituting NFL Contributed Content)
(such broadly defined NFL-owned or controlled Content and the Marks,
collectively, being referred to herein as "NFL Content") for the purpose of
displaying, performing, publishing or otherwise distributing such NFL Content in
a manner that:

            (a) ***; and

            (b) is intended for display and interaction primarily in the English
      language.

The grant of exclusivity in this Section 3.1 is referred to herein as "Internet
Exclusivity."

      3.2 Limitations. Notwithstanding the generality of Section 3.1 (and for
the avoidance of doubt in respect of any grant of rights for certain
non-Internet technologies), NFLE's grant of Internet Exclusivity with respect to
NFLE's rights to use or to license other users of NFL Content does not apply to
the use, licensing or other grant of rights to use of NFL Content in connection
with:

            (a) each and all of the *** Websites (including private-label
      affinity e-mail applications offered thereon); provided that such Websites
      and the Content thereof shall be governed by the ***;

            (b) the existing NFLE agreement relating to *** on the Internet with
      *** (and any amendment or extension thereof); provided that (i) the
      proceeds after costs continue to be donated to charity; (ii) with respect
      to any amendment or extension thereof, the level of NFL Content rights
      granted thereunder is not, without the approval of the Interactive
      Parties, materially greater than the level of NFL Content as deployed
      thereunder on such Website, in the most recent year prior to the Effective
      Date; and (iii) that such NFL Content shall be licensed for use solely in
      connection with the offerings of goods and services on ***;

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            (c) ***

            (d) the *** Website; provided that the level of NFL Content deployed
      on such Website is not, without the approval of the Interactive Parties,
      materially greater than the level of NFL Content as deployed on such
      Website in the most recent year prior to the Effective Date;

            (e) Websites within the *** contemplated by the agreement among ***;
      provided that such Websites are operated subject to the applicable
      restrictions of the ***, which include restrictions on sublicensing or
      granting to third parties any rights to NFL Content;

            (f) the *** Website; provided that the level of NFL Content rights
      deployed on such Website is not, without the approval of the Interactive
      Parties, materially greater than the level of NFL Content as deployed on
      such Website in the most recent year prior to the Effective Date;

            (g) any license or other transaction for the licensing or other
      delivery of NFL Content only for the purposes set forth below in
      connection with any one or more of the following (the "Excluded
      Technologies"):

                  (i) ***

                  (ii) ***

                  (iii) ***

                  (iv) ***

                  (v) ***

                  (vi) ***

                  (vii) ***

                  (viii) ***

            (h) any other Internet sites or areas currently within the ***, as
      listed in Exhibit H attached hereto; provided that the level of NFL
      Content rights deployed on such Websites is not materially greater than
      the level of NFL Content deployed during the most recent year prior to the
      date of the Agreement;

            (i) the grant of limited rights to NFL sponsors, licensees, and
      strategic partners for the use of NFL Content; provided that any such use
      on the Internet is in each case:

                  (i) ***

                  (ii) ***

                  (iii) ***

                  (iv) ***

            (j) any limited grant of NFL Content to NFLE's existing or future
      over-the-air television broadcasters (whether digital or analog) or
      television transmitter systems (e.g., broadcast, satellite or 

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      cable) or radio broadcasters licensed by NFLE for use on their respective
      Websites on the Internet; provided that such use is:

                  (i) ***

                  (ii) ***

                  (iii) ***

            (k) any license, grant of rights or other transaction for Emerging
      Media Rights (as defined in Section 14.8), to the extent that such
      license, grant or other transaction would otherwise be subject to the
      grant of exclusivity in paragraph 3.1 hereof;

            (l) the license granted pursuant to the *** and any renewal or any
      amendment or successor agreement entered into in accordance with Section
      12.1; or

            (m) any grant of rights to which the Interactive Parties may
      mutually agree in writing in their sole discretion.

For the avoidance of doubt, NFLE covenants that the level and nature of the
Content for which use rights are granted in connection with the NFL Sites, in
the aggregate, shall be in all material respects at least equal to or better
than the level and nature of the Content distributed by NFLE, in the aggregate,
through any NFLE Interactive Site, other than Websites set forth in (c), (g) and
(k) of this Section 3.2, including without limitation, quality, breadth, depth,
timeliness, functionality and features. For the purposes of this Agreement,
"NFLE Interactive Site" shall mean any interactive site or area ***.

      3.3   Interactive Television.  ***  

            (a) ***

            (b) ***

            (c) ***

      3.4 NFLE Interactive Television Cooperation with the Interactive Parties.

            (a) ***

            (b) ***

      4. NFL Internet Network Rights.

      4.1 Right to Sell Portion of League Controlled Inventory. NFLE hereby
grants the Interactive Parties the right, and SportsLine assumes the obligation,
to sell advertising for insertion and serving on League-controlled inventory on
NFL Member Club Websites ("Member Club Inventory"), subject to the Member Club
advertising exclusivities and the other restrictions contained in the NFL
Internet Network Resolution attached as Exhibit I hereto (and as modified or
otherwise provided in Section 4.3). NFLE shall use its good faith efforts to
assist SportsLine in complying with and, where appropriate and available, in
facilitating opportunities to execute advertising sales with regard to
League-controlled inventory on Member Club sites.

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      4.2 Contribution of Network Advertising Revenues to Gross Revenues. All
revenues from the sale of Member Club Inventory shall be considered Gross
Revenues for purposes of Section 16.

      4.3 Extension and Modification of League Network Resolution. The terms of
the NFL Internet Network resolution attached as Exhibit I hereto shall apply
during the Term, together with any non-substantive changes or other changes as
may be adopted by the Member Clubs hereafter; provided that such other changes
do not affect the rights or obligations of the Interactive Parties hereunder.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, NFLE agrees that the NFL Sites shall continue to
contain pages with Content relating to individual Member Clubs that is
comparable to the level of Content contained in and through the "Teams" button
appearing on NFL.com during the 2000-2001 NFL Season.

      5. Interactive Game Arrangements.

      5.1 License of Trademarks Rights for Fantasy Football Products on NFL
Sites Only. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, NFLE hereby
grants to SportsLine in respect of the NFL Sites *** a worldwide,
non-transferable, limited purpose (as set forth below), non-exclusive, personal
license to display, distribute, host, modify (except as set forth in Exhibit E),
perform, reproduce, store, transmit, and otherwise use during the Term the Marks
solely for purposes of producing, promoting, presenting, distributing and
displaying and publicly performing online on the NFL Sites Fantasy Football
Products in accordance with this Agreement. For the purpose of this Agreement,
"Fantasy Football Products" shall mean (a) *** ("Fantasy Football Games") and
(b) *** ("Fantasy Tools"). Except as otherwise expressly provided herein or as
NFLE may otherwise agree in writing, the license rights granted under this
Section 5 do not include any right to sublicense the Marks or any portion
thereof except that ***. NFLE expressly reserves all rights that are not granted
herein. The Parties hereby agree that the uses of the Marks for such purpose
shall:

            (a) be included as a part of the Content Plan and subject to the
      approval of NFLE in its sole discretion in accordance with the provisions
      of Sections 1.2(c) and 1.2(d) hereof;

            (b) comply with the Trademark and Content Guidelines; and

            (c) comply with the NFL anti-gambling guidelines set forth in
      Exhibit J attached hereto.

The licenses under this Section shall also include at the sole cost and expense
of NFLE, the right to use player images and other associated intellectual
property rights owned and/or controlled by Players, Inc for use in connection
with the promotion and display of such Fantasy Football Products on the NFL
Sites and promotion thereof on the AOL Network (other than on any Broadcast or
Print Media Property); provided that, for the avoidance of doubt, NFLE shall not
be required to obtain such Players Inc intellectual property rights in respect
of any SportsLine Website or the AOL Network, nor for the purposes of the
exercise by the Interactive Parties of their rights under Section 8 (except in
connection with the promotion on the AOL Network other than on any Broadcast or
Print Media Property of the Fantasy Football Products on the NFL Sites).

      5.2 Coordination of Fantasy Football Products Strategies.

            (a) Subject to the Budget, SportsLine shall develop a coordinated
      strategy for the development and promotion of unique Fantasy Football
      Products for the NFL Sites powered by Commissioner.com or SportsLine.com.
      Such Fantasy Football Products shall be in addition to the suite of
      products available via the CBS SportsLine Website. SportsLine agrees that
      *** that the NFL Sites' Fantasy Football Products shall be released and
      ready for consumer use and promotion no later than the applicable release
      date of such Fantasy Football Products on the CBS SportsLine Website (the
      applicable release date requirement being subject to the reasonable
      cooperation and coordination of NFLE). Notwithstanding the preceding
      sentence, for the 2001-2002 NFL Season, NFLE acknowledges that SportsLine
      shall be required to 

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      deliver only those Fantasy Football Products which are substantially
      identical (except with respect to branding and "look and feel") to those
      Fantasy Football Products produced for the CBS SportsLine Website, unless
      NFLE agrees to waive for such 2001-2002 NFL Season the requirement that
      such Fantasy Football Products for the NFL Sites be available for release
      no later than the applicable release date of such Fantasy Football
      Products on the CBS SportsLine Website.

            (b) In pursuing any other development of Fantasy Football Products,
      AOL shall use commercially reasonable efforts, subject to existing
      agreements, to avoid promoting, developing and/or deploying on the Sports
      Channels of the AOL Service Fantasy Football Products that substantially
      replicate the interactive user game play experience of Commissioner-style,
      League-style and Challenge Fantasy Football Products contemplated to be
      displayed on the NFL Sites pursuant to this Agreement ("Competitive
      Fantasy Football Products"). ***

            (c) Subject to the terms of the ***. agreement referenced in Section
      5.5 hereof, and the agreements regarding the Co-branded Suite referred to
      in Section 5.4 hereof, NFLE acknowledges and agrees that during the Term
      (i) SportsLine shall be the sole online Fantasy Football Products partner
      for NFLE and its affiliates and (ii) NFLE shall not grant any party the
      right to use the Marks or other NFL Content for such party's branded
      Fantasy Football Products.

            (d) In the event that NFLE elects to add significant additional
      features, Content or other enhancements to the Fantasy Football Products
      (as compared to the features contained in such Fantasy Football Products
      appearing on the NFL Sites during the 2000-2001 NFL Season) or, in the
      event that the applicable subscription fee or other access charge entitles
      the user to significant Content rights in addition to the access to such
      Fantasy Football Products, then NFLE may, in its sole discretion but after
      consultation with SportsLine, determine to charge access or subscription
      fees to end users for access to the Fantasy Football Products appearing on
      the NFL Sites.

      5.3 No Use of Marks in Partner Fantasy Applications. Except as expressly
provided herein, including without limitation Section 5.4, the Interactive
Parties acknowledge that NFLE is granting no other rights to SportsLine or to
any other Interactive Party in respect of Fantasy Football Products pursuant to
this Agreement, and the Interactive Parties are not granted hereby any right to
use Marks or other NFL Content on their respective branded individual Fantasy
Football Products (other than the Co-branded Suite).

      5.4 Development of AOL/NFL Co-branded Suite. ***

      5.5 Exclusion of Other Interactive Games Transactions. ***

      6. NFL Sites Promotion.

      6.1 Grant of Promotional Rights. Subject to the terms and conditions of
this Agreement, NFLE hereby grants to the Interactive Parties, a worldwide,
non-transferable limited purpose (as set forth below), non-exclusive, personal,
license ***, to display, distribute, host, modify (except as set forth in
Exhibit E), perform, reproduce, store, transmit, and otherwise use online and
offline solely during the Term (except as otherwise expressly provided herein)
and solely for purposes of promoting the NFL Sites (including through the
development and use of Teaser Content and Promo Content) the NFL Contributed
Content. All uses of such NFL Contributed Content shall comply with Exhibit E.
Except for ***, as otherwise provided herein, or as NFLE may otherwise agree in
writing, the license rights granted under this Section 6 do not include any
right to sublicense the NFL Contributed Content or any portion thereof. NFLE
expressly reserves all rights not granted hereunder. The Interactive Parties
hereby agree that the uses of the NFL Contributed Content as permitted herein
shall:

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            (a) comply with the Trademark and Content Guidelines, which shall
      apply to all Licensed Marks (as defined herein) hereunder; and

            (b) in the case of any promotional use of any individual trademarks
      or logos of the Member Clubs, such individual Member Club trademarks or
      logos shall be used solely online and solely in a link to or other Teaser
      Content or Promo Content for the applicable NFL Sites being promoted or
      linked to by the Interactive Parties; provided that the Interactive
      Parties may use, offline or online, a composite display of such Member
      Club trademarks or logos in which such individual Member Club trademarks
      or logos appear in conjunction with the corresponding trademarks or logos
      of all of the Member Clubs and not individually.

      6.2 Promotional Commitments. The Parties hereby agree that they shall
undertake during the Term the promotional obligations set forth in Exhibit P.
NFLE will coordinate with the Interactive Parties regarding promotion of the NFL
Sites, including cooperation in making promotional solicitations to prior NFL
Sites end users (subject to applicable privacy policies).

      7. Party Sponsorship Rights.

Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, NFLE hereby grants to
each of *** and SportsLine the right to be an official NFL sponsor and in
connection therewith grants to each of the Interactive Parties a worldwide,
non-transferable limited purpose (as set forth below), personal license to
display, distribute, host, modify (except as set forth in Exhibit E), perform,
reproduce, store, transmit and otherwise use online and offline solely during
the Term (except as otherwise expressly provided herein) the Marks defined in
Exhibit E, Part A and such other NFL Content as *** SportsLine may reasonably
request for use as icons, advertising shots, or other promotional devices, in
each case subject to the prior approval of NFLE, such approval not to be
unreasonably withheld (cumulatively, the "Licensed Marks"), solely as follows:

            (a) by each of *** and SportsLine, solely in, and with exclusivity
      solely in, its respective assigned business category as defined in Exhibit
      L;

            (b) in conjunction with appropriate "official" designations for ***
      and SportsLine, respectively, as set forth on Exhibit L, together with
      such additional and/or substitute designations as NFLE and the Interactive
      Parties may mutually agree from time to time;

            (c) in compliance with the Trademark and Content Guidelines;

            (d) subject to the restriction, at all times during the Term, that
      in connection with any use or display by either of *** SportsLine of any
      of the trademarks or logos of the Member Clubs pursuant to the license
      granted under this Section 7, such use must be a composite use or display
      in which such Member Club trademarks or logos appear in conjunction with
      the corresponding trademarks or logos of all of the Member Clubs, and not
      individually; and

            (e) ***.

Except as NFLE may otherwise agree in writing, the license rights granted under
this Section 7 are personal and do not include any right to sublicense the
Licensed Marks or any portion thereof.

The Parties agree the business category designations of *** SportsLine shall be
treated as "protected categories" in respect of which none of the Parties may
sell competing advertising or sponsorship rights on or in relation to the NFL
Sites to any competitors of *** SportsLine in such categories. NFLE agrees that
if any of the Interactive Parties desires to represent itself as an NFL sponsor
within a different business category through the use of any 

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additional or substitute designations, it shall send a written request to NFLE
seeking NFLE's approval of such designation(s). NFLE shall use its commercially
reasonable efforts to respond to such request within *** business days. The
granting of any such substitute or additional designations shall be in NFLE's
sole discretion, and the use of such designations by *** SportsLine,
respectively, shall be subject to the same restrictions and provisions set forth
above with respect to the initial designations.

      8. Interactive Party Content Rights.

      8.1 Grant of License to SportsLine. Subject to the terms and conditions of
this Agreement, NFLE hereby grants to SportsLine a worldwide, non-transferable
limited purpose (as set forth below) non-exclusive (but subject to Section 3
hereof) license to display, distribute, host, modify (except as set forth in
Exhibit E), perform, reproduce, store, transmit, and otherwise use solely
online, solely during the Term (except as otherwise expressly provided herein)
and solely for use in connection with the production, hosting and display of the
NFL, football, and sports areas of CBS SportsLine Website, the Marks and the NFL
Content specified in Section 8.4. The Parties hereby agree that the uses of the
NFL Content pursuant to the license granted in this Section 8.1 shall in all
cases:

            (a) comply with the provisions of a general content plan, provided
      in advance to NFLE (and subject to NFLE's approval prior to use),
      outlining in reasonable detail the proposed usage of the Marks and the
      other NFL Content;

            (b) be subject to the prior written approval of NFLE in respect of
      the overall concept, design, linking strategy and presentation of
      campaigns and Content, such approval not to be unreasonably withheld or
      delayed;

            (c) comply with the Trademark and Content Guidelines; and

            (d) be subject to the restriction that no video clips to which
      rights are granted hereunder shall be displayed, performed, shown or
      otherwise accessible during the applicable blackout window in respect of
      the television broadcast or other retransmission of any NFL Game.

      8.2 Grant of License to AOL. ***

      8.3 For Use by AOL. ***

      8.4 For Use by SportsLine. In furtherance of the license rights granted
under Section 8.1 hereof, NFLE shall provide to SportsLine, subject to the terms
of such Section 8.1, the following Content in a format that is mutually agreed
upon by NFLE and SportsLine:

            (a) Video Clips: NFLE shall provide *** video clips (of
      approximately *** duration each, which shall not be edited or incorporated
      in a longer video or other broader defined-Content offering) per week for
      use on the CBS SportsLine Website. Clips must include prominent links to
      additional video on NFL.com. Video clips may be archived for a *** period,
      subject to NFLE's confirmation that no residual obligations shall result
      from such archiving. During the Term, NFL shall agree not to provide nor
      authorize the use of any video clips (for use online) to any of the
      following SportsLine competitors: ESPN/ABC, CNN/SI, NBC Sports, FoxSports,
      USA TODAY, Sporting News, Yahoo Sports or MSNBC, except that video clips
      shall be available to NFL Broadcasters as contemplated by Section 1.3(c)
      hereof.

            (b) Audio Game Broadcasts: NFLE shall provide *** live audio game
      *** per week for SportsLine (such broadcast to be determined by NFLE in
      consultation with AOL and SportsLine), ***. The audio broadcast shall
      include prominent links to additional audio broadcasts (if any) on
      NFL.com. 

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      Audio broadcasts may be archived for a *** period subject to NFLE's
      confirmation that no incremental residual obligations shall result from
      such archiving. If such broadcasts are not available on commercially
      reasonable terms, NFLE shall provide some content substitute in its
      reasonable discretion.

            (c) Marks: In connection with the promotion of Section 8 NFL
      Content, NFLE shall provide use of the Marks for SportsLine solely for use
      on the NFL areas of its Website, subject to the Trademark and Content
      Guidelines. For the avoidance of doubt, SportsLine shall have no right to
      use the Marks in any area of its Website in which Fantasy Football
      Products are displayed or distributed, except for the areas or pages
      displaying the Fantasy Football Products contemplated by Section 5 hereof.

            (d) Chats: NFLE shall provide SportsLine with *** Internet chat
      sessions per month, featuring players, coaches, league personnel and other
      experts/analysts. During each NFL Season, *** of the *** chats per month
      shall be either active players or active coaches, including head coaches.
      For the avoidance of doubt, NFLE's obligations hereunder are to provide
      access to the personnel for the chat, not to produce the chat for
      distribution.

            (e) Promotions and Sweepstakes: NFLE grants SportsLine the right to
      conduct online promotions and sweepstakes with giveaways such as NFL
      tickets, NFL merchandise, Fantasy Football Products experiences,
      memorabilia etc., subject to NFLE's prior written approval, such approval
      not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed. Such promotions and
      sweepstakes may not be sponsored. For the avoidance of doubt, NFLE shall
      not have any obligation to provide prizes or other awards to support such
      promotions.

            (f) Discounts/Other Member Services: NFLE shall work with SportsLine
      to identify other SportsLine "member" benefits such as discounts on NFL
      merchandise, personal appearances with players, member Q&A sessions, etc.
      NFLE shall provide at least one member benefit per quarter.

      9. Production Expense Funding.

The Parties shall agree to an annual budget as well as annual budgeting
procedures relating to the costs of SportsLine's performance of its hosting and
production obligations in respect of the NFL Sites (the "Budget"). Additional
terms relating to the Budget for 2001 and subsequent years are as follows:

      9.1 2001 Production Budget. The Parties mutually agree to the Budget
attached as Exhibit M for the first year of the Term.

      9.2 Subsequent Annual Budgets. In each subsequent year of the Term,
SportsLine shall submit its detailed proposed Budget in writing to NFLE and the
other Interactive Parties in accordance with Section 9.3. Subject to the
limitations of this Section 9, the proposed Budgets shall contain all costs
proposed to be incurred by SportsLine's in the performance of its hosting and
production obligations in this Agreement in respect of the NFL Sites.

      9.3 Included and Excluded Costs. The Budget shall include direct and
incremental expenses and directly attributable overheads (e.g., hosting costs,
ad-serving costs, part-time resources) to the extent provided in Exhibit M.
Unless otherwise agreed by CBS, NFLE and AOL, in each of their reasonable and
good faith discretion, SportsLine shall not include in the annual Budget
submission (and shall not be entitled to allocate for purposes of the annual
Budget or cost recovery in Section 9.5 below) any categories of overhead or
other indirect costs of a nature not included in the first Budget. ***

      9.4 Procedure for Approval of Subsequent Budgets. SportsLine shall present
its annual Budget proposal to the Parties no earlier than February 15 and not
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then consider and negotiate the items to be included in the Budget and the costs
attributable thereto. In consultation with the Parties, SportsLine shall make
appropriate changes to its initial Budget submission and resubmit the Budget as
a final Budget proposal to the Parties. In the event that no agreement can be
reached among the Parties in respect of all or any line item of the overall
Budget within thirty (30) days following the date on which SportsLine has
submitted its initial Budget proposal for such year, then the Budget (or the
budgeted amount, in respect of any individual line items not so agreed) for such
year shall be equivalent to the Budget (or line item) approved or deemed
approved for the prior year, plus an inflation factor of ***.

      9.5 Entitlement to Cost Recovery. SportsLine's entitlement to
cost-recovery of the production and ad serving costs of the NFL Sites pursuant
to Section Error! Reference source not found. shall be based on the approved
Budgets in each year, and SportsLine acknowledges and agrees that it shall be
responsible for cost over-runs in excess of the annual Budget. Notwithstanding
the foregoing, the Parties acknowledge that the Budget contains certain line
items (as specifically identified in Exhibit M) that are contemplated to be
traffic- and/or ad-serve sensitive as more fully set forth on Exhibit M
("Variable Expenses") and therefore not within the reasonable control of
SportsLine. The Parties agree that such Variable Expenses shall be projected for
planning purposes in the Budget, but that SportsLine shall be entitled to
recover pursuant to Section Error! Reference source not found. *** of the actual
cost of the Variable Expenses incurred by SportsLine which may be higher or
lower than the projected amount; provided that all costs are directly related to
increases in traffic. The Parties acknowledge that in some instances these
Variable Expenses will be allocations of SportsLine expenses based on the
percent utilization by the NFL Sites to allow maximum cost efficiencies and
synergies to be achieved. SportsLine agrees to notify CBS, AOL and NFLE promptly
as soon as it becomes aware that any such line items shall be materially in
excess of the amount approved in the Budget.

      9.6 SportsLine Obligations to Accept Budget Revisions. NFLE may in its
reasonable discretion request improvements or enhancements to the Content Plan,
production, functionality or other elements of the NFL Sites during a Budget
year. SportsLine shall not unreasonably refuse such requests; provided that any
such change shall result in a revision to the Budget for the applicable year.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, during the first year of the Term, SportsLine
shall agree to implement changes requested by NFLE to the extent the Content
Plan omitted any material element included within the NFL Sites during the
2000-2001 NFL Season (and to so revise the Budget) where the costs of
implementing such changes do not exceed ***. For changes resulting in an
increase in costs in excess of such *** threshold during the first year of the
Term and subject to SportsLine's obligation not to unreasonably refuse (and to
include in the Budget) requests from NFLE for such improvements or enhancements,
SportsLine shall be entitled to require, as a condition to accepting such change
request and in lieu of a corresponding increase in the Budget, that NFLE
reimburse SportsLine for all or a reasonable portion of the cost of any material
change request. NFLE's required interim revisions to the Budget and the
corresponding obligations of SportsLine pursuant to this Section 9.6 shall not
become part of the Budget for the following year without SportsLine's prior
written consent.

      10. Backlog Rights.

NFLE hereby assigns to the Interactive Parties the rights to receive all
proceeds to which NFLE is entitled, less any directly allocable out-of-pocket
expenses paid to third parties, with respect to existing advertising,
sponsorship and co-development agreements for existing online projects, subject
to required third party approvals, as follows (it being understood that the
agreements set forth below shall not be deemed to violate the exclusivity or any
other rights granted to the Interactive Parties pursuant to this Agreement and
that the Interactive Parties shall have no obligations with respect to such
agreements except as set forth below in Section 10.1, Exhibit L (Part D) and/or
in the Content Plan):

      10.1 Existing Sponsors. With respect to existing sponsorship agreements
for which rights payments are specifically allocated in whole or in part to
NFL.com, all net sponsorship revenues specifically allocated to NFL Sites are
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purposes of profits and cost recovery allocations under Section 16. The Parties
shall honor existing sponsorship categories and obligations, and existing
advertising, placement, promotional and inventory obligations for promotional
content and online impressions on the NFL Sites, as set forth below and on
Exhibit L, ***

***.

NFLE guarantees payment to SportsLine as Gross Revenues of not less than *** in
respect of such existing advertising, placement, promotional and inventory
obligations for promotional content and online impressions for the 2001-2002 NFL
Season. If such amount has not been paid to SportsLine as Gross Revenues on or
before November 1, 2001, NFLE shall pay the difference of such amount to
SportsLine no later than November 5, 2001.

      10.2 ***Site. Agreement remains in place and administered by NFLE; 100% of
NFLE's net profits shall be contributed to SportsLine, on behalf of the
Interactive Parties, as Gross Revenues for purposes of profits and cost recovery
allocations under Section 16.

      10.3 ***Site. Agreement remains in place and administered by NFLE; 100% of
NFLE's net profits shall be contributed to SportsLine, on behalf of the
Interactive Parties, as Gross Revenues for purposes of profits and cost recovery
allocations under Section 16.

      10.4 ***. Agreement remains in place and administered by NFLE; 100% of
NFLE's net profits shall be contributed to SportsLine, on behalf of the
Interactive Parties, as Gross Revenues for purposes of profits and cost recovery
allocations under Section 16.

      10.5 ***Site. The *** site shall continue its cross-promotional
relationship with NFL.com. This is a non-commercial site.

      10.6 *** Site. Agreement, once executed, remains in place and administered
by NFLE; 100% of NFLE's net profits directly from site shall be contributed to
SportsLine, on behalf of the Interactive Parties, as Gross Revenues for purposes
of profits and cost recovery allocations under Section 16. However, the
Interactive Parties shall not receive a share of NFLE equity in ***.

      10.7 *** Site. NFLE shall continue the cross-promotional relationship
between NFL.com and the *** Site. This is a non-commercial site.

      10.8 NFL/*** Site. Agreement shall remain in place and be administered by
NFLE. In the event that NFLE decides in its sole discretion to retain profits
from online auctions with *** and not (as is currently the case) to contribute
such profits to charity, 100% of NFLE's net profits shall be contributed to
SportsLine, on behalf of the Interactive Parties, as Gross Revenues for purposes
of profits and cost recovery allocations under Section 16. The agreement
regarding share of profits applies solely to League-level profits from ***
arrangements, and not to any Club-level profits. All Club-level profits/proceeds
are excluded from the terms of this arrangement.

      10.9 Potential *** Game Site. 100% of NFLE's net profits from the *** game
site shall be contributed to SportsLine, on behalf of the Interactive Parties,
as Gross Revenues for purposes of profits and cost recovery allocations under
Section 16. Upon the execution of the agreement for the Websites produced by
***, the agreement shall remain in place and be administered by NFLE; *** of
NFLE's net profits shall be contributed as Gross Revenues for purposes of
profits and cost recovery allocations under Section 16. The Interactive Parties
shall not receive a share of any *** equity allocated to NFLE under those
proposed arrangements.

NFLE agrees that in the event that NFLE is unable to secure the consent of any
of the relevant third parties to the assignment of the net proceeds from such
existing projects and sponsorships as outlined above, NFLE shall pay to

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SportsLine as Gross Revenues, on or before ***, an amount in cash equal to the
aggregate amount of allocable revenues or net profits actually received from
such third parties for which such consent to assignment has not been obtained.
NFLE shall use commercially reasonable efforts to enforce the third party
obligations of such agreements, and the Interactive Parties acknowledge and
agree that SportsLine shall comply with the placement and promotional
obligations on the NFL Sites for such agreements as outlined in Exhibit L, Part
D. NFLE shall be permitted to renew or extend any such agreement on
substantially similar terms; provided that such renewal or extension shall not
further erode the exclusivity granted to the Interactive Parties in Section 3
hereof.

      11. Advertising and Sponsorship Sales Rights.

Subject to: (i) the right of NFLE to continue to sell (for the account of
SportsLine as further provided herein) advertising on and sponsorships for NFL
Sites (with placements to be coordinated by SportsLine as provided herein); and
(ii) *** in respect of the production of an NFL *** Channel pursuant to the
agreement referred to Section in Error! Reference source not found. hereof, NFLE
grants to *** the exclusive rights to sell sponsorships for and advertising for
insertion and serving on the NFL Sites. *** acknowledge that such rights shall
include, for avoidance of doubt, the right to sell any advertising that may be
proposed for insertion in online direct marketing arising out of the NFL Sites
(e.g., advertising inserted in email communications to user of the NFL Sites);
provided that (a) with respect to direct marketing to User Data in respect of
***'s own goods and services, *** shall have the right, but not the obligation,
to permit SportsLine to insert advertising in such direct marketing efforts in
accordance with the terms of this Agreement; and (b) if *** elects to include
advertising in any direct marketing efforts governed by the preceding clause
(a), such advertising shall be governed by the terms of this Agreement. In
addition to the foregoing and to the Content, layout and commercialization
provisions set forth in the Content Plan and Section 2 hereof, the exercise by
NFLE and the *** of their advertising and sponsorship sales rights granted
hereby is further subject to the following terms:

      11.1 SportsLine Obligations. *** acknowledge that SportsLine, as the
primary sales agent and exclusive sales manager, has (a) the primary right and
responsibility for selling, and (b) the exclusive right as the primary obligor
in respect of all such advertising sales, to schedule and insert advertising on
the NFL Sites, and all advertising sales conducted by *** shall be coordinated
through, booked on behalf of, accounted for by, and fulfilled through
SportsLine. ***. SportsLine shall have sole responsibility for the insertion of
all advertising on the NFL Sites sold by ***, and shall allocate insertion
orders for advertising sold by *** reasonably and in good faith. Furthermore,
SportsLine shall bill and collect all revenues, and all associated sales, use,
and ad valorem taxes, for all advertising sold on the NFL Sites; provided that
to the extent advertising is sold by a Party other than SportsLine, at the
Party's option, SportsLine shall either bill and collect from the advertiser
directly or from the selling Party, net of the selling Party's sales commission
as set forth in Section 11.16. All advertising revenue collected by SportsLine
shall be deemed Gross Revenues for purposes of the allocation set forth in
Section 16.1.

      11.2 Rate Card Approval. ***

      11.3 Coordination with NFLE; Allocation of Revenues to NFL Sites. ***
shall each work with SportsLine to develop a cooperative sales process and
communications protocol to maximize advertising and sponsorship opportunities on
the NFL Sites. The Parties acknowledge that NFLE may sell broad-based NFL
sponsorships or advertising that provide for aggregate payments for promotional
rights, advertising and/or sponsorship of multiple NFL-related venues, events,
properties and programming. Subject to the remaining provisions of this Section
11 concerning protected categories, in the event that such broad-based
sponsorships or advertising include, inter alia, the sale of sponsorship or
advertising rights in respect of the NFL Sites, NFLE shall allocate an
appropriate portion of such sponsorship or advertising revenues received by NFLE
(and the purchase of sponsor promotion and/or advertising serving on the NFL
Sites at the rate card rates or other rates mutually agreed by the Parties)
attributable to advertising on the NFL Sites in its sole but good faith
discretion.

      11.4 ***

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      11.5 NFL Sponsors. ***. With respect to placements on the NFL Sites, NFLE
is entitled to approve, and shall cooperate with SportsLine as exclusive sales
manager in developing strategies for making approaches and completing the sale
of online advertising/sponsorship to official NFL sponsors. NFLE shall provide
SportsLine with contacts at all NFL sponsors and agrees to make reasonable
efforts to set up initial meetings/conference calls.

      11.6 Protected Categories. The premium sponsorships and strategic partners
listed below are deemed "protected categories," and none of the Interactive
Parties may sell advertising or sponsorship rights on or in relation to the NFL
Sites to any competitors of the NFL sponsors in these categories prior to ***:

            (a) Malt beverages (beer, ale, malt liquor, and non-alcoholic malt
      beverages) ***;

            (b) Consumer activated payment systems including, without
      limitation, credit cards, charge cards, debit cards (on-line and
      off-line), stored value cards (e.g., smartcards), travelers checks, and
      electronic travelers checks ***;

            (c) Affinity credit cards, debit cards, charge cards and stored
      value cards ***;

            (d) Airlines ***;

            (e) Beverages, including all hot and cold, carbonated, nonalcoholic,
      non malt-based nondairy drinks, as well as prepackaged coffee and tea ***;

            (f) *** Sports apparel and accessories ***;

            (g) *** Isotonic/sports beverages ***;

            (h) *** Wireless devices and related infrastructure hardware (***);
      and

            (i) *** Satellite TV (***).

No Minimum Category Price (as defined below) or other amount shall be required
to be paid by or on behalf of such sponsors or strategic partners to maintain
such protected status (and, without the separate purchase of advertising on the
NFL Sites, no advertising will be provided on the NFL Sites to such sponsors or
partners) during the period from the Effective Date and ending on ***.

      11.7 Protection of Sponsors/Partners in Subsequent Seasons. From and after
***, at any time and from time to time during the Term, NFLE has the option to
extend for additional years the prohibition on competitive
advertising/sponsorship sales and continue to protect (or to re-protect) any of
the sponsorship "protected categories" set forth in clause 11.7(a)(i) below for
such key sponsors or strategic partners by notifying *** in writing of its
election to so protect such sponsorship categories not later than *** of the
year for which such protection is sought by NFLE:

            (a) As compensation for such protection in the case of the key
      sponsorship categories designated in clauses (a) through (e) of Section
      11.6, NFLE shall pay to SportsLine in cash on the date notice is given
      pursuant to this Section 11.7 (or, in the case of a contractually-agreed
      schedule with such sponsor, on the third business day following NFLE's
      receipt of such sponsor payment(s)), for contribution to Gross Revenues
      for purposes of profits and cost recovery allocations under Section 16 an
      amount in cash in respect of each such key sponsorship category that NFLE
      desires to protect (the "Sponsorship Category Protection Price") equal to
      the positive difference, if any, which results by subtracting:

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                  (i) any payments (A) made during such year by such key sponsor
            to any Party and (B) properly allocated to the purchase of
            advertising on and/or sponsorship rights in respect of any of the
            NFL Sites, from

                  (ii) an amount equal to the greater of (A) ***of the aggregate
            annual cash payments made by such League-level sponsor to NFLE as
            consideration for League-level sponsorship rights granted, including
            revenues passed through to the Member Clubs of the NFL,*** (such
            League-level cash sponsorship payments to NFLE being referred to
            herein as "National Sponsorship Revenues"), and (B) the Minimum
            Category Price for such sponsorship category as follows***

            (b) With respect to the strategic partner categories set forth in
      clauses 11.6(f) through 11.6(i) hereof (but without reference to the
      specific current holders thereof), NFLE may purchase extensions by paying
      to SportsLine as a contribution to Gross Revenues an amount in cash in
      respect of each such Strategic Partner category that NFLE desires to
      protect (the "Strategic Partner Category Protection Price,") equal to the
      positive difference, if any, which results by subtracting:

                  (i) any payments (A) made during such year by such strategic
            partner to any Party and (B) properly allocated to the purchase of
            advertising on and/or sponsorship rights in respect of the NFL
            Sites, from

                  (ii) *** in respect of each such strategic partner category,
            (except for the ***category, in respect of which such amount shall
            be ***

      11.8 Treatment of Category Protection Price Payments. NFLE may designate a
sponsorship or strategic partner category as protected (and thereby obtain the
protection against competitive advertising or sponsorship for such categories)
by providing written notice to AOL, CBS and SportsLine and paying to SportsLine,
on behalf of the Interactive Parties, in cash on such notice date (or, in the
case of a contractually agreed payment schedule with such sponsor, on the third
business day following NFLE's receipt of such sponsor payment(s)) the
Sponsorship Category Protection Price or Strategic Partner Category Protection
Price, respectively, (any such payment being referred to generally hereafter as
a "Category Protection Price") prior to NFLE's receipt of any National
Sponsorship Revenues or other advertising revenues from key sponsors or
strategic partners in such categories. Payment of such Category Protection
Amount to SportsLine, on behalf of the Interactive Parties, as provided herein
as Gross Revenues shall constitute the purchase by NFLE (for its own account for
in-house or use on behalf of such protected sponsor or strategic partner, as the
case may be) of the corresponding amount of NFL Sites advertising inventory at
the prevailing rate-card or other agreed advertising rates determined in
accordance with Section 11.2 (including any applicable discounts). Upon payment
of the Category Protection Price in respect of a protected sponsorship or
strategic partner category, NFLE shall be deemed to have contributed to Gross
Revenues an amount equal to the Category Protection Price, and such amount shall
be credited against NFLE's obligations to contribute such amount to Gross
Revenues upon receipt of any advertising or sponsorship revenues properly
available to the NFL Sites in such category. Thereafter, upon receipt of
advertising or sponsorship revenues from a protected sponsor in respect of which
NFLE has paid a Category Protection Price, NFLE shall be entitled to retain and
not contribute to Gross Revenues the allocable amounts received from such
sponsor, to the extent that such amounts do not exceed the Category Protection
Price paid by NFLE. In the event that any of the Interactive Parties collects
any advertising or sponsorship revenues from a protected sponsor that are
properly allocable to the NFL Sites (including without limitation the Customized
Sites), any previously paid Category Protection Price shall be recalculated and
the applicable Interactive Party shall pay to NFLE, prior to contributing any
such amount to Gross Revenues, an amount of such collected advertising or
sponsorship revenues sufficient, when combined with all other such payments to
NFLE in respect of such protected category, to reimburse NFLE for the aggregate
Category Protection Price previously paid by NFLE in respect of such protected
sponsorship category. NFLE shall receive no commissions under Section 11.16 in
respect of NFLE's payment of (or reimbursement for the payment of) the Category
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Price. However, upon receipt of advertising or sponsorship revenues from a
protected sponsor in respect of which NFLE has paid a Category Protection Price,
and if such revenues are:

            (a) otherwise properly allocable to Gross Revenues but for the
      provisions of this paragraph, and

            (b) the aggregate amount of such properly allocated revenues would
      be in excess of the Category Protection Price paid by NFLE,

then, in such event, the Parties shall, after reimbursement of NFLE for its
prior payment of the Category Protection Price as provided above, contribute as
Gross Revenues the excess of all such amounts received (and so allocated) over
the Category Protection Price paid by NFLE, and NFLE shall be entitled to its
commission payment under Section 11.16 (for sales closed by NFLE) in respect of
the amount of such excess.

      11.9 Additional Protected Categories. NFLE has the option at any time
during the Term to designate up to *** other offline key sponsorship categories
that shall be deemed online "protected categories" for purposes of Section 11.8
hereof and for all other purposes hereunder (including the prohibition on
competitive advertising and sponsorships), by notifying *** in writing of its
election not later than the May 1 preceding the applicable NFL Season,
designating in such written notice (a) the category definition, and (b) the
identity of the offline sponsor (or prospective offline sponsor) being
protected. As compensation for such protection, NFLE shall contribute an amount
equal to the Category Protection Price to SportsLine, on behalf of the
Interactive Parties, in cash on such notice date (or, in the case of a
contractually agreed payment schedule with such sponsor, on the third business
day following NFLE's receipt of such sponsor payment(s)) as Gross Revenues for
each such category (assuming for purposes of each such additional category that
the Minimum Category Price for such additional category is ***, and as such
Category Protection Price would otherwise be determined in accordance with
Section 11.7 in respect of the existing key sponsor categories) to Gross
Revenues for purposes of profits and cost recovery allocations under Section 16,
and shall receive a corresponding amount of NFL Sites advertising inventory at
the prevailing rate-card or other agreed advertising rates (including any
applicable discounts referred to in Section 11.2).

      11.10 Additional Protected Categories at Market Rates. In addition to the
foregoing, on or before May 1 preceding each applicable NFL Season, NFLE shall
have the option, at any time during the Term to purchase comparable sponsor
protection for buy commitments for additional sponsors or prospective sponsors
at then-prevailing market rates for sponsorship preferential treatment as
reasonably established by SportsLine, based on the overall level of sponsorship
revenue available in the category for which NFLE is seeking such protection. If
any such sponsor protection is purchased by NFLE at then-prevailing market
rates, the applicable category shall be deemed a "protected category" for
purposes of Section 11.8 hereof and for all other purposes hereunder (including
the prohibition on competitive advertising and sponsorships).

      11.11 First Right of Refusal to Non-Protected NFL Sponsors. ***

      11.12 Advertising Sales to Sponsor Competitors. SportsLine may sell
advertising to competitors of NFL sponsors in non-protected categories; provided
that unless NFLE consents, SportsLine may not sell Integrated Online
Sponsorships (as defined herein) to such competitors, and such competitors may
not be featured on the NFL Sites in a manner that, in NFLE's sole but good faith
judgment, implies an association with, sponsorship of, or other relationship
with the NFL, or in which the competitor's advertising or marks are used in
conjunction with NFL marks and logos. NFLE agrees to work with SportsLine to
develop suitably creative advertising units *** for such competitors. ***

      11.13 Open Categories. For categories in which there is no existing NFL
sponsor, SportsLine may sell any online media on the NFL Sites. With respect to
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Online Sponsorship in any of such categories, SportsLine may sell such
Integrated Online Sponsorship on a case-by-case basis, subject to:

            (a) the compliance of such sponsor with customary NFL sponsorship
      terms and conditions in substantially the form attached as Exhibit K;

            (b) the allocation by SportsLine of a credit to NFLE (for payment
      only in the circumstances set forth and as otherwise provided in Section
      11.14 below) for an online sponsorship fee of an amount equal to *** of
      the gross revenues received by SportsLine from such sponsor in respect of
      the NFL Sites (including any amounts reasonably allocated to the NFL Sites
      in respect of cross-site sponsorships for both SportsLine sites and NFL
      Sites) (the "NFLE Sponsorship Credit Amount");

            (c) NFLE's approval, in its reasonable discretion, of such
      sponsorship; and

            (d) such sponsorship having a term of not more than one year.

      11.14 Payment of NFLE Sponsorship Credit Amount. Gross Revenues shall be
deemed to include all properly allocable sponsorship revenues net of the amount
of the NFLE Sponsorship Credit Amount until such time as the aggregate amount of
Gross Revenues shall have exceeded the amount referred to in Section Error!
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which the Interactive Parties have received pursuant to this Agreement revenue
sharing payments of the entire $140 million amount referred to in Section 16.1
hereof, SportsLine shall remit to NFLE a payment in an amount equal to the
aggregate NFLE Sponsorship Credit Amount then credited to the account of NFLE.
Thereafter, SportsLine shall continue paying to NFLE any unpaid NFLE Sponsorship
Credit Amount on a quarterly basis in respect of all applicable sponsorship
revenues during the Term.

      11.15 Special Rule for SportsLine Run-of-Site Banner Advertising. The
Parties agree that, subject to each of the category protections and other
limitations set forth herein with respect to advertising appearing on the NFL
Sites, SportsLine may sell run of site banner advertising for random insertion
on the CBS SportsLine Websites and the NFL Co-branded Areas and that revenues
from such advertising sales may be retained entirely by SportsLine and shall not
be required to be contributed as Gross Revenues hereunder. SportsLine
acknowledges that this exception applies only to banner advertising appearing on
both the CBS SportsLine Websites and the NFL Co-branded Areas and agrees to
allocate reasonably such advertising units based on historical traffic and
insertion patterns on the former CBS SportsLine Website pages that are included
within the NFL Co-branded Areas.

      11.16 Commissions. Except as otherwise more specifically provided herein
including Section 11.13 hereof, for advertising and sponsorship sales on the NFL
Sites, the selling Party, whether NFLE or any one or more of the Interactive
Parties, shall receive a commission for ad sales on the NFL Sites equal to ***
For the avoidance of doubt, except as otherwise provided herein, no Party shall
be entitled to a commission unless such Party shall close the sale to advertiser
by delivering to SportsLine a signed insertion order for such sale. The Parties
further agree to allocate reasonably among themselves the commissions earned on
joint sales.

      11.17 Prohibited Advertising/Sponsorship Categories. All advertising and
sponsorship sales shall be subject to the ATS; provided that (i) with respect to
the Customized Sites, both NFLE and AOL shall have the discretion and authority
to enforce such ATS, (ii) with respect to the Generally Available Sites, only
NFLE shall have such enforcement discretion and authority, and (iii) with
respect to all of the NFL Sites, NFLE shall have the right to prohibit
advertising or sponsorship for any other products or services that NFLE
determines in its reasonable discretion improperly imply an association or
affiliation with or endorsement of such advertiser by, the NFL or are otherwise
inconsistent with the image of the NFL or the Clubs.

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      11.18 Retained Inventory. The Parties acknowledge that NFLE shall be
allocated and entitled to retain *** of the total advertising inventory on the
NFL Sites for in-house NFLE advertising and promotion (including without
limitation (a) the sale of NFL game tickets, (b) the promotion of NFL Insider
subscriptions, (c) any Emerging Media Rights initiative or other commercial
venture in which NFLE or any of its affiliates is a direct participant, so long
as such advertising and/or promotion is not third-party branded, and (d) other
internal NFL brand-enhancing commercial efforts) at NFLE's sole discretion (but
in no event shall the promotions referred to in clauses (a) through (d) hereof
be used for third party-related commercial purposes or for re-sale). NFLE shall
also have the right to use in the same manner not less than *** of any unsold
advertising inventory. Subject to Section 10 hereof, all such in-house
advertising appearing on the Customized Sites shall be subject to the AOL
Carriage Terms. NFLE and SportsLine shall agree to a reasonable allocation of
such inventory, and SportsLine shall not propose insertion or serving schedules
for such NFLE-retained inventory that disadvantage NFLE as compared to other
sponsors or advertisers on the NFL Sites. For the avoidance of doubt, such NFLE
inventory shall be required to comply with the ATS, and no inventory retained by
NFLE within the Co-branded Areas may be used for the promotion of Fantasy
Football Products.

      12. Online Commerce Rights.

      12.1 Online Commerce Rights. Subject to the terms of this Section 12, NFLE
hereby assigns to the Interactive Parties the exclusive right to receive as
Gross Revenues (a) all revenues from the conduct of e-commerce activities
through the NFL Sites by, or on behalf of, the Interactive Parties and (b) all
revenues, less actual direct third party expenses, received by NFLE from its
conduct of e-commerce activities through the NFL Sites.

      12.2 Current On-Line Merchandise Vendor and/or Fulfillment Partner. The
Interactive Parties acknowledge, except as otherwise provided herein, that their
rights hereunder are subject to the terms and conditions of that certain ***;
provided that

***

NFLE shall remit to SportsLine, on behalf of the Interactive Parties, as Gross
Revenues subject to Section 16 all revenues owing to NFLE from *** pursuant to
the *** Agreement, less direct out-of-pocket expenses incurred by NFLE;
provided, that in the event that (x) NFLE negotiates an increased royalty from
***, as part of a revision to the existing agreement with *** (including any
automatic extensions thereof in accordance with its terms through the *** NFL
Season), and (y) such revised agreement is on substantially similar terms to the
existing agreement (including any such renewals) other than any revisions to
such royalty rate ***, NFLE shall retain and shall not be required to contribute
as Gross Revenues *** of the amount by which the increased royalty exceeds ***
of the gross revenues from the operation NFLShop.com.

      12.3 Successor On-Line Merchandise Vendor and or Fulfillment Partner. The
selection of an online merchandise vendor and/or fulfillment partner as
successor to ***, and the terms of such e-commerce relationship, is at the
NFLE's sole discretion; provided that NFLE shall consult with the Interactive
Parties in good faith before making such selection and shall notify the
Interactive Parties of such an agreement and shall send each of the Interactive
Parties a copy of such agreement and any such successor shall be obligated to
comply with the terms of this Agreement. NFLE shall not, without the prior
written consent of the Interactive Parties, agree to engage any such party or
parties under terms that permit such party or parties to pay royalties (or other
comparable form of consideration) in respect of e-commerce transactions that are
materially less favorable to NFLE than those under the ***. ***.

      12.4 Promotion for NFL Shop. SportsLine *** agree to provide prominent
promotion for the NFL Shop on the NFL Sites in each case, respectively, in
accordance with the SportsLine Promotion Plan ***.

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      12.5 Similar E-commerce Site(s). In the event NFLE determines to establish
e-commerce merchandising sites similar to those on the NFL Sites via other
distribution outlets (e.g., ***), the Parties acknowledge and agree that such
relationships shall be permitted under the terms of this Agreement, but shall be
subject to, and all revenues from such ventures, except as otherwise provided in
Section 12.3 hereof, shall be deemed Gross Revenues payable to SportsLine and
allocated as otherwise provided herein.

      12.6 Treatment as Gross Revenue. All amounts payable to NFLE from its own
e-commerce activities through the NFL Sites (less directly allocable expenses)
shall be considered Gross Revenues for purposes of the cost recovery and profit
calculations under Section 14.1.

      12.7 Certain Transactions Excluded. Notwithstanding any provision of this
Agreement to the contrary, the Interactive Parties shall not be entitled to
receive any revenues from the online sale of tickets and/or any associated
commissions therefrom, membership in any NFL affinity club that is also
available offline or any revenues derived from online sales of subscriptions to
NFL Sunday Ticket or any other cable, satellite, or other subscription or
pay-per-view access to the telecast of NFL Games or to NFL Insider or any
successor or additional offline magazine.

      13. Database Privacy, Ownership and Direct Marketing Rights.

      13.1 Collection and Reporting of User Data.

            (a) ***

            (b) ***

      13.2 Ownership of User Data. The Parties' ownership of and rights to use
and exploit User Data shall be as follows:

            (a) With respect to User Data obtained from the Customized Sites or
      the Co-branded Suite during the Term, AOL shall own all right, title and
      interest in such User Data. AOL hereby grants to each of the Parties a
      worldwide, perpetual and irrevocable royalty-fee license to use such User
      Data for any business purpose allowable under applicable law, subject to
      (i) the mutually agreed-upon Privacy Policy (defined below) and (ii) the
      AOL Carriage Terms;

            (b) With respect to User Data obtained from the Generally Available
      Sites during the Term, NFLE shall own all right, title and interest in
      such User Data. NFLE hereby grants to each of the Interactive Parties a
      worldwide, perpetual and irrevocable royalty-free license to use such User
      Data for any business purpose allowable under applicable law, subject to
      (i) the mutually agreed-upon Privacy Policy (defined below), (ii) the NFLE
      Terms of Service and (iii) the terms of this Agreement; and

            (c) Subject to their compliance with the usage restrictions set
      forth herein and the provisions herein regarding required contributions to
      Gross Revenues during the Term, the Parties shall have no duty to account
      to the owner of such User Data for their usage of such User Data to which
      rights have been granted hereunder.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Parties shall not have the right to sell,
disclose or provide User Data to any third party unless such third party agrees
to be bound by the restrictions on User Data set forth in this Agreement.

      13.3 Privacy Policy. The Parties shall agree in writing on a mutually
acceptable privacy and data usage policy with respect to data collected from NFL
Site users (and AOL users on Customized Sites). Such privacy policy shall be
substantially in the form attached as Exhibit N hereto, as may be amended from
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time upon mutual written agreement of the Parties (the "Privacy Policy");
provided that the Privacy Policy shall not be applicable to users on the AOL
Network other than as users of the Customized Sites. Each NFL Site and each
Customized Site shall contain a link to the Privacy Policy, which shall be
available to users on web pages hosted and served by each of SportsLine and AOL.
Each Party shall use User Data only in accordance with the Privacy Policy and
applicable law.

      13.4 Revenue Share. ***

      13.5 Restrictions on Use. ***.

      14. Emerging Media Rights.

NFLE agrees to provide the Interactive Parties with the following rights in
connection with Emerging Media (the "Emerging Media Rights," as such term is
defined below), as follows:

      14.1 Profit Sharing. ***

      14.2 Cap on Sharing Payments. ***

      14.3 Payments. NFLE shall remit any Emerging Media Shared Profits to
SportsLine on or before May 15 of each year during the Term for distribution to
the Interactive Parties as set forth on Exhibit O. The Parties may by mutual
agreement agree to net such payment against rights payments due under Section
16.

      14.4 Allocation of Revenues. In any transaction in which NFLE receives
revenues that would constitute Gross Revenues, Emerging Media Rights revenues,
and/or revenues not subject to this Agreement, NFLE shall allocate such revenues
(and any costs associated therewith in determining the amount of Emerging Media
Shared Profits) in NFLE's reasonable discretion, exercised in good faith and in
a manner consistent with NFLE's past practice, among the Gross Revenues,
Emerging Media Rights revenues and other NFLE revenues not subject to this
Agreement. In effecting such allocation, NFLE shall take into consideration all
factors reasonably necessary to render a fair and reasonable allocation, but the
Interactive Parties acknowledge that the ultimate allocation of such revenues
and costs shall be within the reasonable discretion of NFLE.

      14.5 No Obligation to Enter Transactions. NFLE shall make reasonable
efforts to investigate and exploit its Emerging Media Rights opportunities.
However, NFLE is not obliged to enter into any Emerging Media Rights transaction
and may reject any proposed or potential transaction in its sole discretion.

      14.6 First Right of Refusal. ***

      14.7 Promotion on and Access Through NFL Sites. The Interactive Parties
agree that the products and/or services offered pursuant to executed Emerging
Media Rights transactions (whether such transactions are undertaken with
Interactive Parties or third Parties) shall receive prominent advertising and/or
promotion (as determined by the Parties in their reasonable discretion in
respect of any such promotion other than that allocated to NFLE's retained
advertising inventory) on NFL Sites without charge to NFLE (or the relevant
Emerging Media Rights partner). Such promotion may consist of graphical links
(as appropriate for Internet-accessible offerings), content or access linking,
advertisements and/or other reasonable promotional elements; *** The level,
types and promotional prominence of such promotion shall be determined
reasonably by the Parties based upon the expected Emerging Media Shared Profits
from such opportunity. Where appropriate, the Emerging Media Rights offering
must be available for purchase, access or subscription on or through NFL.com
and/or such other NFL Sites as may be reasonable in the circumstances; provided
that such offering contains links back to the originating NFL Sites. With
respect to any such advertising and/or promotion on the Customized Sites, such
advertising and/or promotion shall comply with the AOL Carriage Terms. For the
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promotional inventory shall be allocated reasonably among the Parties, and shall
not be drawn exclusively from the NFLE reserved advertising inventory on the NFL
Sites.

      14.8 Definition of Emerging Media Rights: Subject to Section 14.9, for
purposes of this Agreement, the term "Emerging Media Rights" shall be defined as
the grant by NFLE (or its affiliates) of rights to NFL Content in the following
areas:

            (a) ***.

            (b) ***

            (c) ***

            (d) ***

            (e) ***

            (f) ***

      14.9 Exclusions from Emerging Media Rights Definition. ***

            (a) ***

            (b) ***

            (c) ***

            (d) ***

            (e) ***

      14.10 Advertising/Sponsorship Rights. In connection with any Emerging
Media Rights application to be offered or made accessible through any of the NFL
Sites, and subject to the reasonable discretion of NFLE, the Parties acknowledge
the presumption that SportsLine shall be appointed to sell advertising and, as
may be appropriate, sponsorships of such application in accordance with the
terms hereof. If the sale of advertising by SportsLine is so approved by NFLE,
NFLE shall coordinate with SportsLine to establish a mutually acceptable sales
policy, including retention of commissions, commission levels, and other terms,
to permit SportsLine to effect such sales and to coordinate such sales with
SportsLine's advertising and sales campaigns for the NFL Sites.

      15. Rights Fees Obligations. In consideration of the rights and benefits
granted by NFLE hereunder, and in addition to the assumption of their respective
financial and performance obligations hereunder, the Interactive Parties agree
as follows:

      15.1 Rights Fee Payments. Except as otherwise provided in Section 15.3,
the Interactive Parties agree, severally but not jointly, to make the following
payments to NFLE during the Term, in each case in accordance with the allocation
of responsibility for making such payments as set forth on Exhibit O:

            (a) $*** million for the first year, to be paid in quarterly
      installments with the first installment due and payable not later than ***
      business days following the Effective Date, and the subsequent
      installments to be paid on or prior to ***;

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            (b) $*** million for the second year, to be paid in quarterly
      installments on or prior to ***;

            (c) $*** million for the third year, to be paid in quarterly
      installments on or prior to ***;

            (d) $*** million for the fourth year, to be paid in quarterly
      installments on or prior to the next succeeding ***; and

            (e) $*** million for the fifth year, to be paid in quarterly
      installments on or prior to the next succeeding ***.

      15.2 Early Withdrawal by AOL.***

      15.3 SportsLine Shares. SportsLine agrees to issue to NFLE SportsLine
voting common stock (the "SportsLine Common Stock") as follows:

            (a) Within ten business days following the date on which this
      Agreement is executed, SportsLine shall issue instructions to its transfer
      agent to issue a certificate in the name of NFLE representing 350,000
      shares of SportsLine Common Stock;

            (b) Provided that NFLE has not exercised its right pursuant to
      Section 24.2 to terminate the Agreement after the 2002-2003 NFL Season,
      SportsLine shall, at SportsLine's sole option, on or before May 31, 2003,
      either (i) pay to the NFLE $1,333,333 (one million three hundred
      thirty-three thousand three hundred thirty-three dollars) in cash, or (ii)
      issue instructions to its transfer agent to issue a certificate in the
      name of NFLE representing a number of shares of SportsLine Common Stock
      having a Fair Market Value (as defined herein) of $1,333,333 (one million
      three hundred thirty-three thousand three hundred thirty-three dollars) as
      of May 22, 2003; and

            (c) Provided that *** NFLE has not exercised its right pursuant to
      Section 24.2(b) to terminate the Agreement after the 2003-2004 NFL Season,
      *** SportsLine shall, at SportsLine's sole option, on or before May 31,
      2004, either (i) pay to NFLE $2,666,667 (two million six hundred sixty-six
      thousand six hundred sixty-seven dollars) in cash, or (ii) issue
      instructions to its transfer agent to issue a certificate in the name of
      NFLE representing a number of shares of SportsLine Common Stock having a
      Fair Market Value of $2,666,667 (two million six hundred sixty-six
      thousand six hundred sixty-seven dollars) as of May 22, 2004.

For purposes of this Section 15.3, "Fair Market Value" shall mean the average of
the closing prices of the SportsLine Common Stock on the NASDAQ National Market
(or if the SportsLine Common Stock is listed on a national securities exchange
or admitted to unlisted trading privileges on such exchange, on the primary
stock exchange, or exchanges, on which it is traded) for the twenty (20) trading
days ending on May 22, 2003, in the case of Section 15.3(b) or on May 22, 2004,
in the case of Section 15.3(c).

      15.4 Forfeiture Upon Breach. If this Agreement is terminated by any of the
Interactive Parties pursuant to Section 24 as a result of a material breach by
NFLE of any of its obligations under this Agreement, then NFLE shall deliver to
SportsLine within fifteen (15) business days after the date this Agreement is so
terminated (the "Termination Date") the number of shares of SportsLine Common
Stock and/or an amount in cash, as applicable, as specified below:

            (a) if the Termination Date occurs prior to May 21, 2002 (the "First
      Anniversary"), one-half the number of shares SportsLine Common Stock
      issued pursuant to Section 15.3(a);

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            (b) if the Termination Date occurs on or after the First Anniversary
      and prior to May 21, 2004 (the "Third Anniversary"), no shares of
      SportsLine Common Stock;

            (c) if the Termination Date occurs on or after the Third Anniversary
      and prior to May 21, 2005 (the "Fourth Anniversary"), one-half of the
      number of shares of SportsLine Common Stock issued, or one half of the
      amount in cash paid, as the case may be, to NFLE pursuant to Section
      15.3(c); and

            (d) if the Termination Date occurs on or after the Fourth
      Anniversary, no shares of SportsLine Common Stock or cash paid.

      15.5 Rule 144 Reporting. In order to make available to NFLE (and its
affiliate, designee or assignee) (collectively, a "Holder") the benefits of Rule
144 promulgated under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities
Act"), as such rule may be amended from time to time, or any similar rule or
regulation hereafter adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission (the
"SEC") providing for offers and sales of securities made in compliance therewith
resulting in offers and sales by subsequent holders that are not affiliates of
an issuer of such securities being free of the registration requirements of the
Securities Act ("Rule 144"), SportsLine agrees to use its commercially
reasonable efforts to file the reports required to be filed by it under the
Securities Act and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and the
rules and regulations adopted by the SEC thereunder in a timely manner and, if
at any time it is not required to file such reports, it shall, upon the request
of a Holder, make publicly available other information so long as necessary to
permit sales of SportsLine Common Stock pursuant to Rule 144.

      15.6 Rights Fee Exchange. ***

      16. Profit Sharing from Advertising/Sponsorship Sales, E-Commerce and
Direct Marketing Rights.

      16.1 Allocation of Gross Revenues. All revenues derived from the
exploitation of the rights granted hereunder in respect of the NFL Sites,
including, but not limited to, advertising/sponsorship sales, e-commerce
revenues and direct marketing exploitation from the NFL Sites (the "Gross
Revenues") shall be remitted to SportsLine and shall be applied and distributed
annually as set forth in Section 16.2, in respect of payments actually received
during the course of such NFL financial year (ending March 31), in the following
order, and with respect to the allocation among the Interactive Parties as
specified on Exhibit O:

            (a) ***

            (b) ***

            (c) ***

            (d) ***

            (e) ***

            (f) ***

      16.2 Payment Mechanics. All payments by SportsLine under this Section to
NFLE or the Interactive Parties as the case may be, are due and payable
annually, on each May 31 during the Term. Not later than May 1 of each year,
each of the Parties shall provide to SportsLine and the other Parties a detailed
written accounting statement showing the total amount of Gross Revenues
collected by such Party during the year ended March 31. Such accounting
statement shall include detailed information regarding the Gross Revenues
collected by such Party (including advertiser, amount received, date received
and category of advertiser), any commissions to which 

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such Party is entitled pursuant to Section 11 hereof, and any expenses for which
such Party is entitled to recoupment pursuant to Section 16.1 hereof. SportsLine
shall consolidate such individual Party statements and shall deliver to each of
the Parties, not later than 5 business days prior to such annual payment dates,
a consolidated reconciliation statement showing the amounts due to and from each
Party pursuant to the Gross Revenue allocation rules set forth in Section 16.1
hereof and as otherwise provided in this Agreement. Where appropriate based on
the aggregate allocation of payments, SportsLine shall net a Party's payment
obligations to any one or more of the other Parties against amounts due to such
paying Party. Any disputes regarding payments or the calculation thereof shall
be subject to Dispute Resolution as provided in Section 37 hereof.

      16.3 Multi-Year Sponsorships. With respect to sponsorship sales for the
NFL Sites made prior to the end of the Term for which payment is received
following the Term, NFLE shall apply such payments and distribute the revenues
to the Parties as soon as practicable in accordance with this Section 16.

      17. NFLE Promotions. The promotion plan set forth in Exhibit P and the AOL
Carriage Terms attached as Exhibit B detail the agreed cross-promotions
(including both online and offline placements) and online carriage obligations
for each of the Parties in connection with this Agreement (such Exhibit and the
carriage obligations contained in the AOL Carriage Terms collectively, the
"Promotion and Carriage Plans"). The Parties hereto shall provide the respective
carriage, placements, and other promotions (the "Promotions") set forth in the
Promotion and Carriage Plans for the applicable Party for each year of the Term,
and, where applicable, shall use commercially reasonable efforts to provide such
Promotions evenly throughout the years of the Term. The Party being promoted
shall in each case provide to the Party that is the subject of the Promotion all
information concerning the Promotion and other details of the Promotion as may
be reasonably requested by such promoted Party to value the Promotions so
undertaken (such information, where applicable, to be consistent with past
practices between such Parties). The Party being promoted shall have the right,
in its reasonable discretion, to approve the creative form, substance, nature
and location of Promotions *** provided for the benefit of such Party hereunder.
*** All such references or mentions of a Party, and the use of such Party's
trademarks, trade names and service marks shall be made in accordance with the
relevant provisions of this Agreement, AOL's Keyword and Logos Guidelines
attached hereto as Exhibit R and such other reasonable trademark protection
policies of the promoted Party as may be adopted from time to time hereafter. In
the event that a party obligated to offer Promotions hereunder shall be unable
to deliver any of the Promotions set forth in Exhibit P ("Unfilled Promotions"),
such Party shall provide the Party entitled to receive the Promotions with
comparable Promotions of equivalent fair market value ("Substitute Promotions").
The Parties agree that the fair market valuation of any and all Unfilled
Promotions and Substitute Promotions shall be as reasonably agreed among the
affected Parties, or failing such agreement within *** days following a dispute,
then as may be reasonably determined by ***, (in respect of traditional print or
broadcast media) or by a neutral media buying agency or other unrelated third
party expert chosen by the affected Parties, (in the case of interactive,
online, and other new media), who shall in each case make such determination
with reference to, among other things, applicable industry and marketplace
standards and otherwise in accordance with Exhibit U. In the event that the
affected Parties are unable to agree upon a fair market value for any Unfilled
Promotions or Substitute Promotions within the *** period set forth above and
are thereafter unable to agree within *** days on the identity of a neutral
media buying agency, the Parties shall refer such dispute to the procedures set
forth in Section 37 hereof; provided that conclusions of *** in respect of the
valuation of an entire promotion (e.g., a television advertisement into which a
Party's promotion is integrated) of traditional print or broadcast media shall
be determinative and shall not be subject to the procedures set forth in Section
37.

      18. Minimum Referrals. ***

      19. Comparable Transactions. ***

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      20. Traffic Reporting. All traffic for all NFL Sites *** traffic and all
current and future properties within the NFL Internet Network will be aggregated
to create an NFL Internet Group traffic number to be reported in the
primary/ranked reports by third party agencies (e.g., Media Metrix, Nielsen
NetRatings). During the Term, and if and only if NFLE's assignment of the NFL
Internet Group traffic to SportsLine for primary/ranked reporting continues to
enable NFLE to have the NFL Internet Group traffic number separately reported in
such primary/ranked reports, NFLE shall assign the NFL Internet Group traffic to
SportsLine for primary/ranked reporting. In the event that NFLE is unable to
assign such NFL Internet Group traffic reported in such primary/ranked reports
as provided in the preceding sentence, NFLE shall assign NFL Internet Group
traffic to SportsLine for inclusion in SportsLine's Media Metrix (or other
successor reporting agency) secondary reporting. NFLE shall submit a letter to
all applicable third party reporting agencies on behalf of SportsLine in a form
reasonably necessary to effectuate any assignments as set forth above. NFLE and
SportsLine will cooperate to publicize the joint NFL/SportsLine traffic numbers
within the Internet and advertising communities. In the event any supplemental
or other assignment of traffic reporting is required to allow SportsLine to
receive traffic credit for *** consistent with this Section 20, *** shall assign
such traffic to SportsLine.

      21. Hospitality. NFLE grants to the Interactive Parties certain NFL
hospitality rights as follows:

      21.1 ***

      21.2 ***

      ***

      22. Ownership of Intellectual Property.

      22.1 NFLE. Except as otherwise expressly provided in Section 13 (regarding
the ownership and license of certain data), the Interactive Parties hereby
acknowledge and agree that:

            (a) "Marks" has the meaning set forth in Exhibit E and, for the
      avoidance of doubt, includes the terms "National Football League," "NFL,"
      "National Football Conference," American Football Conference," "NFC,"
      "AFC," "Super Bowl," the NFL Shield design, as well as the full NFL team
      names, nicknames and other names, marks (including trademarks and service
      marks), trade dress, helmet and uniform designs, logos, designs, slogans,
      and other source identifying symbols and indicia duly adopted pursuant to
      applicable law for commercial purposes by NFLE or any affiliate thereof
      (including without limitation the Marks listed on Exhibit G hereof, but
      excluding any pre-existing trademarks, logos or other source identifying
      symbols of the Interactive Parties); Marks are the sole and exclusive
      property of NFL, and are considered as part of the intellectual property
      owned by NFLE;

            (b) as between the Parties, NFLE exclusively owns all right, title
      and interest in and to all NFL Content (including without limitation all
      NFL Contributed Content), all NFL Domains, all Existing NFL Sites, the
      Marks, all NFL Sites (including without limitation all Customized Sites
      but excluding for the avoidance of doubt the AOL Frames), the NFL Sites
      Look and Feel (other than co-branded marks and logos that do not
      incorporate Marks or other NFL Content, if any), and all other Content and
      materials provided by or on behalf of NFLE to any Interactive Party and
      all intellectual property and proprietary rights embodied herein,
      including without limitation all protectable information and other
      protectable materials in any data, video or audio feeds or other Content
      provided to any Interactive Party hereunder whether in print, electronic
      or any other media form, and all proprietary news, features and other
      editorial features and/or Content (but not including any Coding) developed
      by SportsLine for serving on the NFL Sites (for avoidance of doubt,
      excluding editorial and/or other Content independently developed by
      SportsLine and redeployed to the NFL Sites (e.g., SportsLine columnists
      customarily appearing on the SportsLine Website and occasionally inserted
      on the NFL Sites)), together with any and all trademark, 

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      copyright and other intellectual property rights of any kind in any of the
      foregoing but not including any SportsLine Materials, the AOL Frames or
      any other Content created by or for AOL that does itself incorporate any
      NFL Content (such NFLE intellectual property and other proprietary rights
      as described in this clause, the "NFL Intellectual Property"); and

            (c) the license rights granted herein do not constitute any
      assignment of ownership or other transfer of ownership interests therein
      or in any NFL Intellectual Property to the Interactive Parties.

      22.2 SportsLine. Subject to Section 22.1, the Parties hereto (other than
SportsLine) hereby acknowledge and agree that SportsLine exclusively owns all
rights, title and interest in and to the SportsLine Materials. For this Section
22, "SportsLine Materials" means:

            (a) all SportsLine marks and logos, including SportsLine,
      SportsLine.com, Commissioner.com and Football Live (but excluding for the
      avoidance of doubt (i) all NFL Intellectual Property licensed pursuant to
      this Agreement or otherwise used in such graphics, and all protectable
      information and other protectable materials relating to or derived from
      the NFL Intellectual Property, or from any data, video or audio feeds
      provided to SportsLine hereunder and (ii) CBS trademarks and other
      intellectual property licensed to SportsLine under separate agreements
      between CBS and SportsLine) (the "SportsLine Marks");

            (b) all applications and other technology, including but not limited
      to computer software and hardware, processes and other methods, developed
      or acquired by SportsLine and used in the implementation of features of
      the NFL Sites (including without limitation any "live" application but
      excluding for the avoidance of doubt any NFLE controlled data feeds and
      those elements of the Fantasy Football Games produced for the NFL Sites
      pursuant to this Agreement which consist of NFL Intellectual Property or
      protectable elements specifically produced for and unique to such Fantasy
      Football Games pursuant to the terms hereof) or the operation or
      maintenance of the NFL Sites (including but not limited to the Coding (as
      defined herein)); and

            (c) all proprietary Content and features developed or acquired by
      SportsLine and also served by SportsLine for use on the NFL Sites
      (including the core Content of the Customized Sites, but expressly
      excluding the AOL Frames and NFL Intellectual Property) other than the
      editorial content referred to in Section 22.1(b);

provided that in the case of clauses (a), (b) and (c) of this Section any
intellectual property of NFLE, CBS or AOL incorporated therein is hereby
excluded and shall during the Term hereof and thereafter remain the exclusive
property of NFLE, CBS or AOL, as the case may be. Notwithstanding anything to
the contrary in the foregoing, SportsLine and NFLE may agree in writing in
advance that certain specified technology and/or content developed or acquired
by SportsLine exclusively for the NFL Sites shall be owned by NFLE (the
"Site-Specific NFL Technology").

      22.3 AOL. ***

      22.4 NFLE Ownership of Content on NFL Sites. Subject to this Section 22,
the Interactive Parties acknowledge and agree that NFLE shall own all rights,
title and interest in and to the NFL Sites and all intellectual property rights
related thereto (including the editorial and other content "look and feel",
including the NFL Sites Look and Feel, and all other elements of the NFL Sites
protectable by intellectual property laws and the NFL Sites in the aggregate,
(except for the SportsLine Materials, AOL Intellectual Property and any
individual components of the NFL Sites not provided by NFLE (collectively, such
SportsLine Materials (except to the extent such SportsLine Materials include
CBS-owned materials which CBS owns exclusively), AOL Intellectual Property and
individual components not provided by NFLE (the "Excluded Materials")) and that,

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except with respect to the Excluded Materials, the NFL Sites shall be a "work
made for hire" for NFLE within the meaning of the U.S. Copyright Act. To the
extent any part or aspect of the NFL Sites (other than the Excluded Materials)
is not considered a "work made for hire" under the U.S. Copyright Act, each of
the Interactive Parties hereby irrevocably assigns and transfers to NFLE all
right, title and interest to the NFL Sites (except for the Excluded Materials),
together with all intellectual property rights therein. The Interactive Parties
further agree to be responsible for making any and all necessary arrangements
with its personnel, employees, consultants, officers, directors and agents so
that their work product in connection with the applicable aspects or portions of
the NFL Sites are deemed "work made for hire" within the meaning of the U.S.
Copyright Act. NFLE (and its successors and assigns) shall have the right to
obtain and hold in its name (or its respective designee's name) any and all
registrations and other evidence of its ownership of such intellectual property
rights in the applicable aspects or portions of the NFL Sites (other than the
Excluded Materials).

      22.5 Reserved Rights. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be deemed
(i) to restrict the Parties from engaging in, or otherwise require a license for
the Parties to engage in, any conduct that is otherwise permissible without a
license under applicable law; provided that, in furtherance of the provisions of
Sections 22.3 each of the Interactive Parties agrees that this clause (i) does
not give such Interactive Party the right to, and each Interactive Party agrees
that, except as may be expressly permitted by the terms hereof, it shall not,
during the Term, replicate the NFL Sites Look and Feel even in the event that
doing so would not require a license under applicable law; and (ii) each Party
expressly reserves each of its rights under applicable law in respect of any
conduct by any Party outside the scope of this Agreement.

      22.6 Goodwill.

            (a) The Interactive Parties recognize the great value of the
      goodwill associated with the NFL Intellectual Property, including without
      limitation the Marks and other NFL Content, and acknowledge that such
      goodwill belongs to NFLE and that such NFL Intellectual Property,
      including without limitation any Marks and other NFL Content, have
      secondary meanings in the mind of the public. Any goodwill attaching to
      either the NFL Intellectual Property or other intellectual property rights
      of the NFLE as they may appear in materials generated, created or
      distributed by the Interactive Parties pursuant to this Agreement shall be
      the sole property of, and is irrevocably assigned to, NFLE.

            (b) NFLE and the Interactive Parties other than SportsLine recognize
      the great value of the goodwill associated with the SportsLine Marks and
      acknowledge that such goodwill belongs to SportsLine and that such
      SportsLine Marks have secondary meaning in the mind of the public. Any
      goodwill attaching to the SportsLine Marks as they may appear in materials
      generated, created or distributed pursuant to this Agreement shall be the
      sole property of, and is irrevocably assigned to, SportsLine.

            (c) NFLE and the Interactive Parties other than AOL recognize the
      great value of the goodwill associated with the AOL trademarks and logos
      (the "AOL Marks") and acknowledge that such goodwill belongs to AOL and
      that such AOL Marks have secondary meaning in the mind of the public. Any
      goodwill attaching to the AOL Marks as they may appear in materials
      generated, created or distributed pursuant to this Agreement shall be the
      sole property of, and is irrevocably assigned to, AOL.

            (d) NFLE and the Interactive Parties other than CBS recognize the
      great value of the goodwill associated with the trademarks and logos owned
      by CBS (the "CBS Marks") and acknowledge that such goodwill belongs to CBS
      and that such CBS Marks have secondary meaning in the mind of the public.
      Any goodwill attaching to the CBS Marks as they may appear in materials
      generated, created or distributed pursuant to this Agreement shall be the
      sole property of, and is irrevocably assigned to, CBS.

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            (e) The Parties acknowledge that, as between each of the other
      Parties and SportsLine, SportsLine shall own any and all source and object
      code that run on a server, scripts, applets, protocols, programs and
      rights in any licensed software used or developed by SportsLine in
      connection with the NFL Sites (except for any such code, scripts, applets,
      protocols, programs or rights in the data feeds) (collectively, the
      "Coding"). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, the
      term "Coding" does not include any NFL Intellectual Property, any
      intellectual property of NFLE, any Site-Specific NFL Technology or AOL
      Intellectual Property.

            (f) The Interactive Parties shall not, during the Term, challenge
      the proprietary rights of NFL Intellectual Property, except that the
      exercise by an Interactive Party of its rights pursuant to Section 22.5
      shall not be deemed a breach of this sentence.

      22.7 Legends. The Interactive Parties shall include on all pages and areas
of the NFL Sites or Websites maintained by the Interactive Parties subject to
this Agreement any and all trademark, copyright or other intellectual property
legends and notices as may be reasonably requested by NFLE from time to time in
accordance with industry practice and/or in accordance with applicable law.

      23. Infringement.

      23.1 Defense of Marks and Rights. NFLE agrees to defend vigorously the
Marks and indemnify the Parties against infringement liability arising in the
United States for their use in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. NFLE
further agrees, subject to the cooperation of the Parties, to defend the
exclusivity of the online content granted under this license, and the
Interactive Parties agree to support and assist NFLE at NFLE's expense with
defense thereof in such manner as NFLE may reasonably specify.

      23.2 Notice of Infringement or Unauthorized Use. Each of the Interactive
Parties and NFLE shall promptly notify the other Parties in writing of any
infringement, imitation or unauthorized use of any property right of such other
Party (the "Affected Party") of which its legal department becomes aware and
shall, at the reasonable expense of the Affected Party, cooperate reasonably
with and provide assistance to the Affected Party in connection with any claim
or suit relating thereto. The Affected Party shall in its sole discretion
determine whether to take action and the type of action, if any, against any
such unauthorized use, control any such action, be responsible for all costs and
expenses incurred in connection therewith, and retain any settlement made or
damages awarded in connection with such action. The NFL Parties and NFLE shall
reasonably cooperate with each other in the procurement, protection and
maintenance of their respective tangible and intangible property rights in
connection with this Agreement.

      24. Term of Agreement; Termination.

      24.1 Term. The term of this Agreement is for a period of five years
commencing on the Effective Date and ending at midnight on May 21, 2006 (the
"Term"), without any obligation on the part of any of the Parties to extend or
renew the Term upon expiration thereof unless agreed to in writing by all the
Parties. The Parties hereby agree that the first fiscal year of the term shall
be a short year commencing at midnight on the Effective Date and ending at
midnight on May 21, 2002.

      24.2 Termination by NFLE. NFLE has the right (in its sole and absolute
discretion) to terminate this Agreement: (a) after the 2002-2003 NFL Season by
providing written notice of such termination by *** to each of the Interactive
Parties, such termination to become effective as of midnight on ***; or (b)
after the 2003-2004 NFL Season by providing written notice of such termination
by *** to each of the Interactive Parties, such termination to become effective
as of midnight on ***.

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      24.3 Effect of NFLE Termination. In the event NFLE exercises its right to
terminate this Agreement pursuant to Section 24.2, NFLE shall:

            (a) grant SportsLine the right to use the Marks on its Website, and
      the right to have a modified gameday application, in each case
      substantially consistent with SportsLine's rights as set forth in the
      license agreement among NFLE, NFLP, and NFL and SportsLine dated July 1,
      1999 as in existence prior to the date of this Agreement, for an
      additional three years;

            (b) ***

            (c) ***

      24.4 CBS Marks License Terms and Conditions. In the event that the CBS
Marks License Terms and Conditions, dated March 5, 1997, shall at any time no
longer be in effect, NFLE may immediately terminate this Agreement unless
SportsLine shall enter into an agreement with NFLE with substantially identical
terms as those in the CBS Marks License Terms and Conditions applicable to
gambling. SportsLine hereby covenants to enter into such agreement with NFLE
upon the written request of NFLE.

      24.5 Termination for Breach.

            (a) ***

            (b) ***

            (c) ***

            (d) ***

            (e) ***

      24.6 Return of Materials. Unless specifically stated otherwise in this
Agreement, including Section 24.3 hereof, upon termination of this Agreement,
all rights granted to the Interactive Parties hereunder to use any NFL
Intellectual Property shall cease, and each of the Interactive Parties (as
applicable) shall return (or destroy and certify destruction thereof) such NFL
Intellectual Property and all evidences thereof to NFLE as soon as commercially
reasonable in no event later than 30 days (other than as specifically provided
herein).

      24.7 Settlement of Post-Termination Advertising and Sponsorship Revenues.
In the event of any termination or withdrawal under this Agreement, any Party
receiving following such termination or withdrawal any advertising and/or
sponsorship revenues in respect of any advertising and/or sponsorship sales for
the NFL Sites made by or on behalf of such Party prior to the termination of or
withdrawal from this Agreement shall pay promptly following the receiving
Party's receipt of such advertising and/or sponsorship revenues (i) to the
selling Party the sales commissions payable to such selling Party as provided in
Section 11.16 hereof, and (ii) as Gross Revenues to SportsLine (if SportsLine
shall remain a party to this Agreement) or to NFLE or its designee (in all other
cases) the balance of any such revenues, after allocation of any such revenues
as provided in this Section 24.7. In the event this Agreement is terminated, the
Parties shall conduct a final accounting (including an appropriate allocation of
advertising and/or sponsorship revenue (as between the Parties pursuant to
Section 16 hereof, on the one hand, and NFLE, on the other, in respect of
advertising on and/or sponsorship of the NFL Sites during the Term and
thereafter) for purposes of determining payment obligations hereunder as if the
fiscal year of this Agreement (for purposes of the allocations in Section 16
hereof) had ended as of the termination date or withdrawal date, as applicable.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, (i) the Parties' payment obligations under this
Section 24.7 are limited to the non-breaching Party or Parties, and no Party
shall be required to make any 

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payments pursuant to this Section 24.7 to the Party whose action or omission
that triggered the right of termination in this Section 24, and (ii) any such
payments appropriately allocated to the purchase of advertising appearing on or
sponsorship of the NFL Sites prior to the termination of this Agreement shall be
distributed to the non-breaching Parties in accordance with Section 16 hereof.

      24.8 Withdrawal by AOL. AOL has the right in its sole and absolute
discretion to withdraw from this Agreement after the conclusion of the 2003-2004
NFL Season, and thereby to terminate each and all of its rights and obligations
hereunder with effect as and from May 21, 2004, by providing written notice of
such withdrawal not later than March 31, 2004, to each of the other Parties
hereto. In the event that AOL duly exercises such withdrawal right:

            (a) ***

            (b) ***

            (c) ***

            (d) ***

            (e) ***

            (f) ***

            (g) ***

            (h) ***

            (i) ***

      24.9 Right to Withdraw Upon Certain Terminations of CBS Broadcasting
Rights. In the event that, at any time during the Term, CBS Sports shall for
reasons other than a breach of its obligations under the AFC package television
broadcast contract with the NFL, no longer have the rights under such television
broadcast agreements with NFL to televise and broadcast NFL Games, then, in such
event, each of CBS, SportsLine and AOL shall have the right, at any time within
*** days following the date on which the expiration, termination or other loss
of such rights shall have occurred, to withdraw from this Agreement and thereby
to terminate each and all of its rights and obligations hereunder. Such
withdrawal by any of the Interactive Parties shall not be deemed a breach by
such withdrawing Interactive Party of its obligations under this Agreement;
provided that in the event that one or more of the Interactive Parties shall
fail to exercise such withdrawal rights within such *** day period, NFLE and the
Interactive Parties so failing to exercise such withdrawal rights shall
thereupon have the rights, solely as among NFLE and with respect to any of the
Interactive Parties so remaining, to attempt to cure and/or effect substitute
performance of the obligations of any of the withdrawing Interactive Parties as
provided in Section 24.5 hereof the case of a breach by such withdrawing
Interactive Party of its obligations hereunder.

      24.10 AOL Member Rights. ***

            (a) ***

            (b) ***

      ***

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      24.11 No Other Rights. In the event of the termination of this Agreement,
the Parties shall retain no other intellectual property or other rights granted
pursuant hereto except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement.

      25. Reports; Audits.

      25.1 Quarterly accounting statements, in a form as mutually agreed by the
Parties, shall be sent by SportsLine to the other Parties reporting in
reasonable detail the information required to determine the revenue, expense and
profit calculations contemplated by this Agreement on May 15, August 15,
November 15 and February 15 of each year.

            (a) During the Term and for at least two (2) fiscal years thereafter
      the Parties shall maintain complete and accurate books of accounting and
      records in connection with the performance of financial obligations under
      this Agreement, including without limitation: (i) SportsLine's actual
      hosting and production expenses of the NFL Sites (as compared to the
      budgeted expenses set forth in the Budgets); (ii) records evincing the
      NFLE Sponsorship Credit Amount referred to in Section 11.13(b); (iii) the
      calculation of the Emerging Media Rights net profits; (iv) SportsLine's
      records relating to advertising insertion orders and related revenues as
      contemplated in Section 11; and (v) associated invoices and other
      financial records (including evidence of insertion and serving) related to
      the foregoing (such documents referred to in (i) through (v) are
      collectively referred to as "Records").

            (b) During the Term and for two (2) fiscal years thereafter each of
      the Parties, through their duly authorized representatives (who shall be a
      firm of certified public accountants of nationally recognized standing)
      shall have the right during business hours and upon reasonable prior
      written notice, to inspect and examine the Records for the sole purpose of
      ensuring compliance with this Agreement, provided, -------- such
      inspections/examinations shall not occur more than once per fiscal year.
      Each Party agrees to cooperate reasonably with the auditing Party or such
      auditor and shall not cause or permit any interference with the Party or
      its representatives with any such inspection, audit or examination. In
      lieu of providing access to its Records as described above, a Party shall
      be entitled to provide another Party with a report from an independent
      certified public accounting firm of nationally recognized standing
      confirming the information to be derived from such Records.

            (c) The Party being audited shall reimburse the auditing Party for
      the actual reasonable cost of any inspection, audit or examination which
      proves a payment of more than three percent (3%) between the amount due to
      the auditing Party as the result of an inspection, audit or examination
      and the amounts the audited Party paid or reported to the auditing Party.
      An audited Party shall pay the auditing Party any deficient amount that
      results from an inspection, audit or examination together with interest on
      such amount payable in accordance with Section 16.2.

            (d) Each Party (other than AOL) shall provide to the other Parties a
      quarterly report documenting its compliance with all of the promotional
      commitments it has undertaken pursuant to this Agreement, which report
      shall include the type of promotion, date of the promotion, copies of all
      print promotions, duration and circulation of the promotion and any other
      mutually agreed upon information. AOL shall make available to the other
      Parties, a monthly report specifying for the prior month's aggregate
      Impressions delivered to the Placements, which are similar in substance
      and form to the reports provided by AOL to other similarly situated
      Content partners.

            (e) For the avoidance of doubt, any information disclosed to a Party
      (or its representative) upon the exercise of the audit rights provided in
      Section 25 shall be subject to Section 26.

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      26. Confidentiality.

      26.1 The Interactive Parties and NFLE agree to maintain the
confidentiality of the Confidential Information (as defined herein). Each of the
Parties agrees that it shall: (a) not disclose, without the disclosing Party's
prior written consent, another Party's Confidential Information to any third
party (other than as set forth in this Section 26); (b) use another Party's
Confidential Information only to the extent necessary to perform its obligations
or exercise its rights under this Agreement; (c) disclose another Party's
Confidential Information only to those of its consultants, officers, directors,
employees, agents and legal and financial advisors who need to know such
information for purposes of this Agreement and who are bound by confidentiality
obligations no less restrictive than this Section; (d) protect all Confidential
Information of the other Parties from unauthorized use, access, or disclosure in
the same manner as it protects its own confidential information of a similar
nature, and in no event with less than reasonable care; and (e) take reasonable
steps, at least substantially equivalent to the steps it takes to protect its
own proprietary information, during the Term, and for a period of two years
following expiration or termination of this Agreement, to prevent the disclosure
of Confidential Information of the other Parties, other than to its employees,
or to its other agents who must have access to such Confidential Information for
such Party to perform its obligations hereunder, who shall each agree to comply
with this section.

      26.2 For purposes of this Agreement, "Confidential Information" means all
information disclosed in the course of this Agreement by any Party to any other
party, including the terms and conditions of this Agreement or any other
agreement between the Parties, trade secrets of the Parties, information about
technical processes and formulas, any nonpublic information relating to a
Party's product plans, designs, ideas, concepts, costs, prices, finances,
marketing plans, business opportunities, personnel, research, development or
know-how and any other nonpublic technical or business information of a Party,
or other information designated as Confidential Information by the disclosing
Party. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the following
information shall be deemed to be Confidential Information: (a) the
capabilities, technical descriptions and source code (if any) relating to any
Party's released or unreleased software products or services; (b) the marketing
and promotion plans of each Party's products or services; (c) each Party's
financial information and business practices or policies; and (d) each Party's
customer lists and customer information (subject to any disclosure and/or rights
pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement governing the use and ownership of
jointly gathered online data).

      26.3 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the foregoing,
Confidential Information does not include information that: (a) is now or
subsequently becomes generally available to the public through no fault or
breach on the part of the receiving Party; (b) the receiving Party can
demonstrate to have had lawfully in its possession without any obligation of
confidentiality prior to disclosure hereunder; (c) is independently developed by
the receiving Party without the use of any Confidential Information of the
disclosing Party as evidenced by written documentation; or (d) the receiving
Party lawfully obtains from a third party who has the right to transfer or
disclose it and who provides it without any obligation to maintain the
confidentiality of such information.

      26.4 If the receiving Party receives notice that it may be required or
ordered to disclose any Confidential Information in connection with legal
proceedings or pursuant to a subpoena, order or a requirement or an official
request issued by a court of competent jurisdiction or by a judicial,
administrative, legislative, regulatory or self regulating authority or body, it
shall cooperate with the disclosing Party to seek confidential treatment of such
Confidential Information and shall use its best efforts to give the disclosing
Party sufficient prior written notice in order to contest such requirement or
order. Nothing herein shall be construed to impose any obligation to disclose
any Confidential Information. If this Agreement or any of its terms or any other
Confidential Information must be disclosed in connection with legal proceedings
or pursuant to a subpoena, order or a requirement or an official request issued
by a court of competent jurisdiction or by a judicial, administrative,
legislative, regulatory or self regulating authority or body, such receiving
Party shall (a) first give written notice of the intended disclosure to the
disclosing Party as far in advance of disclosure as is practicable and in any
case within a reasonable time prior to the time when disclosure is to be made,
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the advisability of taking steps to resist or narrow such request, and (c) if
disclosure is required or deemed advisable, cooperate with the other Parties in
any attempt that it may make to obtain an order or other reliable assurance that
confidential treatment shall be accorded to designated portions of the
Confidential Information or that the Confidential Information shall otherwise be
held in the strictest confidence to the fullest extent permitted under the laws,
rules or regulations of any other applicable governing body.

      26.5 The Interactive Parties and NFLE acknowledge that the unauthorized
disclosure or use of Confidential Information could cause irreparable harm and
significant injury, the precise measure of which may be difficult to ascertain.
Accordingly, each of the Parties agrees that the aggrieved Party shall have the
right to seek injunctive relief from any breach of the confidentiality
obligations of this Section, in addition to all other rights and remedies to
which it may have. The Parties agree that each has and shall retain ownership of
all of its own Confidential Information, and that upon the expiration or
termination of this Agreement, except as otherwise specifically set forth in
this Agreement, each Party shall return or destroy (as set forth below) and
shall not retain the Confidential Information of the other Parties. The Parties
shall, except to the extent inconsistent with (a) its use in connection with
legal proceedings, (b) applicable law, regulations, rules or official requests
or (c) the express terms of this Agreement, at the disclosing Party's election,
destroy or return to the other Party any tangible copies of the disclosing
Party's Confidential Information, and permanently delete all electronic copies
of the disclosing Party's Confidential Information, in such Party's possession
or control at the request of the other Party and upon termination of this
Agreement, and shall certify in writing to the other Party that it has done so.

      26.6 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the foregoing, any of the
Parties may issue a press release or other disclosure containing Confidential
Information without the consent of the other Party, to the extent such
disclosure is required by law, rule, regulation or government or court order or
as reasonably advised by legal counsel. In such event, the disclosing Party
shall provide, to the extent practicable, at least five (5) business days prior
written notice of such proposed disclosure to the applicable Party. Further, in
the event such disclosure is required of any of the Parties under the laws,
rules or regulations of the SEC or any other applicable governing body, such
Party shall (i) redact mutually agreed-upon portions of this Agreement to the
fullest extent permitted under applicable laws, rules and regulations and (ii)
submit a request to such governing body that such portions and other provisions
of this Agreement receive confidential treatment under the laws, rules and
regulations of the SEC or otherwise be held in the strictest confidence to the
fullest extent permitted under the laws, rules or regulations of any other
applicable governing body.

      27. Representations, Warranties and Covenants.

      27.1 Each of the Parties hereby represents and warrants that (a) it has
the full corporate right, power and authority to enter into this Agreement,
grant the licenses granted hereunder (or cause such licenses to be granted) and
to perform its obligations thereunder; (b) the execution of this Agreement and
the performance of its obligations thereunder does not and shall not conflict
with or result in a breach of any other agreement to which it is a party; and
(c) this Agreement has been duly executed and delivered by such party and
constitutes the valid and binding agreement of such party, enforceable against
such party in accordance with its terms except as the same may be limited by
applicable bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium or other similar
laws of general application affecting the enforcement of creditors' rights
generally and general equitable principles regardless of whether such
enforceability is considered in a proceeding at law or in equity.

      27.2 SportsLine further represents, warrants and, as applicable,
covenants, that:

                  (i) SportsLine owns or has the legal and valid right to use
            and to license to the other Parties as contemplated herein all
            Content (other than the NFL Content), including without limitation
            the SportsLine Materials and the Coding, used on or in connection
            with the NFL Sites;

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                  (ii) SportsLine is and shall be in compliance with any and all
            applicable laws with respect to its performance or obligations under
            this Agreement, including without limitation, laws and regulations
            applicable to contests and sweepstakes;

                  (iii) the NFL Sites (including the Coding) shall be prepared
            in a workmanlike manner and with professional diligence and skill
            and shall comply with the Operating Standards perform and be
            substantially accessible by the most recent Windows, Macintosh and
            AOL versions of the Microsoft Internet Explorer browsers, Netscape
            Navigator browser, Netscape Communicator browser and any other
            browser that represents more than 5% of aggregate CBS SportsLine
            Website traffic;

                  (iv) SportsLine shall use reasonable best efforts to screen
            the NFL Sites (including the Coding) for, and confirm that the NFL
            Sites does not contain, any virus or other coding or instruction
            intentionally constructed to damage or interfere with the NFL Sites,
            the Internet or any computers of NFLE and its agents, customers or
            end-users to which NFLE has not previously consented;

                  (v) neither (x) the NFL Sites, as designed and developed by
            SportsLine hereunder nor (y) any Website linked to from the NFL
            Sites, other than links approved by NFLE, and excluding advertising
            and sponsorships permitted pursuant to this Agreement, shall,
            directly or indirectly, link to, contain or refer in any manner to
            any textual, pictorial, video, audio or other matter that is, by
            reasonably prevailing community standards, lewd, obscene, libelous,
            offensive, inappropriate or unsuitable and that nothing linked to,
            contained in or referred to by the NFL Sites conflicts with or
            violates any applicable laws or regulations (including those
            relating to contests sweepstakes, or similar promotions) or
            otherwise facilitates the commission of any local, state or federal
            crime or any immoral or offensive act;

                  (vi) the shares of SportsLine Common Stock to be issued
            pursuant to this Agreement shall be duly authorized, validly issued,
            fully paid and non-assessable and shall be free of preemptive
            rights, pledges, liens, claims or other encumbrances of any kind
            other than any applicable requirements of federal and state security
            laws respecting limitations on the subsequent transfer thereof;

                  (vii) all Content on the NFL Sites and all Promo Content
            (excluding AOL Frames, other AOL Intellectual Property the NFL
            Content) does not and shall not infringe on or violate any
            copyright, trademark, U.S. patent, rights of publicity or privacy,
            or any other third party intellectual property right, including any
            musical performance or other music-related right; and

                  (viii) all Content contained within the Customized Site (other
            than AOL Frames or other AOL Intellectual Property and the NFL
            Content) and all Promo Content, Promotional Materials and all
            Licensed Content does not and will not violate the terms of this
            Agreement, including without limitation, the AOL Carriage Terms or
            AOL Terms of Service.

      27.3 NFLE represents, warrants and, as applicable, covenants that:

                  (i) NFLE is and shall be in compliance with any and all
            applicable laws with respect to its performance or obligations under
            this Agreement;

                  (ii) NFLE owns or has the legal and valid right to use and to
            license to the other Parties as contemplated herein NFL Content
            licensed hereby *** and the NFL Content does not and shall not
            infringe on or violate any copyright, trademark, U.S. patent, rights
            of publicity or 

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            privacy, or other third party intellectual property rights including
            without limitation any music performance or other music-related
            rights; provided that the Parties agree and acknowledge that in
            respect of audio broadcasts feeds provided to the Interactive
            Parties for their own use, pursuant to Section 8 hereof, additional
            fees may be required to be paid to the licensors of such audio
            broadcast feeds for residuals or other rights;

                  (iii) NFLE is acquiring the SportsLine Common Stock solely for
            its own account and not for the account or beneficial interest of
            any other person, and the SportsLine Common Stock is not being
            acquired with a view to any distribution in violation of the
            Securities Act or the securities laws of any state of the United
            States or any other applicable jurisdiction;

                  (iv) NFLE acknowledges that (a) the offer and sale of the
            SportsLine Common Stock has not been registered under the Securities
            Act or applicable state securities laws and that the SportsLine
            Common Stock may not be sold, transferred, pledged or otherwise
            disposed of unless subsequently so registered or unless NFLE
            delivers to SportsLine an opinion of counsel reasonably satisfactory
            to SportsLine that registration under the Securities Act and any
            applicable state securities laws is not required; and (b) any
            certificate evidencing the SportsLine Common Stock shall bear a
            restrictive legend prohibiting the transfer thereof except in
            compliance with applicable federal and securities laws;

                  (v) in acquiring the SportsLine Common Stock, NFLE has not
            acted on the basis of any representations and warranties concerning
            the business or financial condition of SportsLine and NFLE (a) is an
            "accredited investor," as defined in Rule 501 of Regulation D
            promulgated under the Securities Act and (b) has such knowledge and
            experience in business, financial and investment matters that it is
            capable of evaluating the merits and risks of an investment in the
            SportsLine Common Stock;

                  (vi) that subject to the terms of the Agreement, the licenses
            granted pursuant to this Agreement are the only licenses that the
            Interactive Parties shall require to exercise the rights granted to
            them pursuant to this Agreement;

                  (vii) NFLE has full power and authority to grant the licenses
            and perform the obligations required of its affiliates, including
            NFLP and NFL Productions, pursuant to this Agreement;

                  (viii) NFLE acknowledges that the terms of the agreements
            between certain Member Clubs and *** that provide certain
            designations and trademark usage rights, in the Interactive Service
            Category to such Member Clubs do not extend beyond *** and such
            agreements shall not be extended or renewed by such Member Clubs;

                  (ix) all NFL Content contained within the Customized Sites
            does not and will not violate the AOL Carriage Terms or the AOL
            Terms of Service; and

                  (x) no NFL Content licensed hereunder contains or refers in
            any manner to any textual, pictorial, video, audio or other matter
            that is, by reasonably prevailing community standards, lewd,
            obscene, libelous, offensive, inappropriate or unsuitable, and
            nothing contained in or referred to in such NFL Content conflicts
            with or violates any applicable laws or regulations (including those
            relating to contests, sweepstakes or similar promotions), or
            otherwise facilitates the commission of any local state or federal
            crime or any immoral or offensive act.

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In the event that any additional licenses are necessary for an Interactive Party
to exercise the rights granted to it pursuant to this Agreement, then, as the
Interactive Parties' sole remedy, NFLE shall grant such additional licenses to
the Interactive Parties or cause such licenses to be granted to the Interactive
Parties for no consideration other than as set forth in clause (ii) of this
Section 27.3. All rights not expressly granted herein are expressly reserved by
NFLE.

      27.4 AOL represents, warrants and, as applicable, covenants that:

                  (i) ***;

                  (ii) AOL is and shall be in compliance with any and all
            applicable laws with respect to its performance or obligations under
            this Agreement;

                  (iii) ***; and

                  (iv) ***.

      27.5 THE PARTIES ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE WARRANTIES ABOVE ARE EXCLUSIVE AND
IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, NON-INFRINGEMENT AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.

      27.6 EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED WITH RESPECT TO INDEMNIFICATION
HEREUNDER, IN NO EVENT SHALL ANY PARTY BE LIABLE TO ANY OTHER PARTY FOR
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR DAMAGES
FOR LOSS OF PROFITS, REVENUE, DATA OR USE, INCURRED BY SUCH OTHER PARTY
(COLLECTIVELY "DISCLAIMED DAMAGES"), EVEN IF FORESEEABLE ARISING OUT OF OR
RELATING TO THIS AGREEMENT. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED WITH RESPECT TO INDEMNIFICATION
OR IN THE CASE OF WILLFUL MISCONDUCT, GROSS NEGLIGENCE OR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
INFRINGEMENT, THE MAXIMUM LIABILITY OF ONE PARTY TO THE OTHER PARTY FOR ANY
CLAIMS FOR WHICH SUCH PARTY IS DETERMINED TO BE LIABLE ARISING IN CONNECTION
WITH THIS AGREEMENT SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AGGREGATE AMOUNTS PAYABLE (EXCLUDING
AMOUNTS PAID AS INDEMNITIES HEREUNDER) BY ALL PARTIES HEREUNDER IN THE YEAR IN
WHICH THE EVENT GIVING RISE TO SUCH LIABILITY OCCURRED; PROVIDED THAT EACH PARTY
SHALL REMAIN LIABLE FOR THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF ANY PAYMENT OBLIGATIONS OWED TO
THE OTHER PARTY UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT.

      28. Indemnification.

      28.1 Indemnification by Each of the Parties. Each of the Parties shall
indemnify and hold harmless each of the other Parties hereto, and each of their
respective affiliates, and their directors, officers, employees, agents,
consultants, successors and assigns, from and against any and all third-party
claims, costs, demands, expenses, liabilities and losses (including but not
limited to reasonable attorneys' fees and disbursements) (hereinafter, "Third
Party Claims") arising out of (a) any breach of its representations, warranties
and covenants hereunder, (b) any unauthorized use by such Party of any other
Party's intellectual property licensed or contributed by such other Party for
use by the Indemnifying Party hereunder, or (c) such Party's failure to comply
with any local, state or federal law or regulation in connection with the
performance of its obligations or the exercise of its rights under this
Agreement.

      28.2 Additional Indemnification by ***. ***

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      28.3 Additional Indemnification by SportsLine. SportsLine shall indemnify
and hold harmless NFLE and each of its affiliates, their respective directors,
officers, employees, agents, consultants, successors and assigns, from and
against any and all Third Party Claims arising out of any product or service
provided, advertised or promoted by SportsLine in connection with the exercise
of SportsLine's rights as an official NFL sponsor under Section 7 of this
Agreement.

      28.4 Indemnification Procedure. If a Party entitled to indemnification
hereunder (the "Indemnified Party") becomes aware of any matter it believes is
indemnifiable hereunder involving any claim, action, suit, investigation,
arbitration or other proceeding against the Indemnified Party by any third party
(each an "Action"), the Indemnified Party shall give the other Party (the
"Indemnifying Party") prompt written notice of such Action. Such notice shall
(i) provide the basis on which indemnification is being asserted and (ii) be
accompanied by copies of all relevant pleadings, demands and other papers
related to the Action and in the possession of the Indemnified Party. The
Indemnifying Party shall have a period of *** days after delivery of such notice
to respond. If the Indemnifying Party elects to defend the Action or does not
respond within the requisite *** day period, the Indemnifying Party shall be
obligated to defend the Action, at its own expense, and by counsel reasonably
satisfactory to the Indemnified Party. The Indemnified Party shall cooperate
reasonably, at the expense of the Indemnifying Party, with the Indemnifying
Party and its counsel in the defense and the Indemnified Party shall have the
right to participate fully, at its own expense, in the defense of such Action.
If the Indemnifying Party fails to respond or responds within the required ***
day period and declines or otherwise refuses to defend such Action, the
Indemnified Party shall be free, without prejudice to any of the Indemnified
Party's rights hereunder, to compromise or defend (and control the defense of)
such Action. In such case, the Indemnifying Party shall cooperate reasonably, at
its own expense, with the Indemnified Party and its counsel in the defense
against such Action, and the Indemnifying Party shall have the right to
participate fully, at its own expense, in the defense of such Action. Any
compromise or settlement of an Action shall require the prior written consent of
both Parties hereunder, such consent not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed.

      29. Assignment. ***

      30. Choice of Law. The Parties agree that this Agreement shall be governed
by the laws of the State of New York applicable to contracts made and wholly
performed within such State. For purposes of any dispute arising out of or in
connection with this Agreement or the rights granted or obligations imposed
hereunder (and solely for such purpose), each Party irrevocably consents and
submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the state of New York and
the federal courts situated in the Southern District of New York for purposes of
any and all Non-Arbitration Claims (as defined herein) and any and all actions
to enforce arbitration claims or to recover damages or other relief in
connection with such claims or to enforce a judgment rendered in an arbitration
proceeding.

      31. Press Releases. Each Party shall submit to the other Parties, for
their prior written approval, which shall not be unreasonably withheld or
delayed, any press release or any other public statement ("Press Release")
regarding the transactions contemplated hereunder. Notwithstanding the
foregoing, any of the Parties may issue Press Releases and other disclosures as
required by law, rule, regulation or court order or as reasonably advised by
legal counsel without the consent of the other Party, and, in such event, the
disclosing Party shall provide at least five (5) business days prior written
notice of such disclosure.

      32. Notices. Any notice, approval, request, authorization, direction or
other communication under this Agreement shall be given in writing and shall be
deemed to have been delivered and given for all purposes of (i) on the delivery
date if delivered by electronic mail on the AOL Network (to screenname "AOL
Notice") in the case of AOL or, in the case of the other Parties, by confirmed
facsimile to the person to whom such item is directed (with a copy via one of
the other forms of delivery specified herein promptly thereafter); (ii) on the
delivery date if delivered personally to the Party to whom the same is directed;
(iii) one business day after deposit with a commercial overnight carrier, with
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mailing date, whether or not actually received, if sent by U.S. mail, return
receipt requested, postage and charges prepaid, or any other means of rapid mail
delivery for which a receipt is available:

            (a) if to NFL:

                  NFL Enterprises L.P.
                  280 Park Avenue
                  New York, NY  10017
                  Attn: Senior Vice President, New Media
                  Fax: ***

                  and

                  Covington & Burling
                  1201 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
                  Washington, DC  20004
                  Attn: Bruce S. Wilson
                  Fax: ***

            (b) if to SportsLine:

                  SportsLine.com, Inc.
                  2200 W. Cypress Creek Road
                  Ft. Lauderdale, Florida  33309
                  Attn:  President
                  Fax: ***

                  and:

                  SportsLine.com, Inc.
                  2200 W. Cypress Creek Road
                  Ft. Lauderdale, Florida  33309
                  Attn:  General Counsel
                  Fax: ***
                  email: ***

            (c) if to AOL:

                  America Online, Inc.
                  22000 AOL Way
                  Dulles, Virginia 20166
                  Attn:  ***
                  Fax:  ***

                  and

                  America Online, Inc.
                  22000 AOL Way
                  Dulles, Virginia 20166
                  Attn:  ***
                  Fax:  ***

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            (d) if to CBS:

                  CBS Broadcasting Inc.
                  51 West 52nd Street
                  New York, New York 10019
                  Attn: President, CBS Sports
                  Fax:  ***

                  and

                  CBS Television
                  1515 Broadway
                  New York, NY 10036
                  Attn: General Counsel
                  Fax: ***

      33. SportsLine Designated Representatives. SportsLine hereby appoints the
following individuals as designated representatives that have the authority to
exercise each of SportsLine's consultation and/or approval rights provided in
this Agreement: (i) Andrew Sturner; (ii) Mark Mariani; or (iii) Joe Ferreira.

SportsLine may change these designated representatives upon written notice to
the other Parties; provided that there shall always be at least two individuals
so designated by SportsLine.

      34. Amendments. No amendment, modification or waiver of the terms of this
Agreement shall be binding unless reduced to writing and signed by the Parties.

      35. Severability. In the event that any provision of this Agreement
conflicts with the law under which this Agreement is to be construed or if any
such provision is held invalid by a court with jurisdiction over the Parties to
this Agreement, (i) such provision shall be deemed to be restated to reflect as
nearly as possible the original intentions of the Parties in accordance with
applicable law, and (ii) the remaining terms, provisions, covenants and
restrictions of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.

      36. Force Majeure. Any delay in or failure of performance by any of the
Parties (in each case, the "Performing Party") under this Agreement shall not be
considered a breach of this Agreement and shall be excused to the extent caused
by any occurrence beyond the reasonable control of such party, such as acts of
God, power outages and labor strikes, where such delay could not have been
prevented by reasonable precautions and cannot reasonably be circumvented by the
Performing Party through the use of alternative sources, work-around plans or
other means (each, a "Force Majeure Event"); provided that the Performing Party
continues to use its best efforts to recommence performance whenever and to
whatever extent possible without delay. Any Party so delayed in its performance
shall immediately notify the other Parties by telephone (to be confirmed in
writing within one day of the inception of such delay) and shall describe at a
reasonable level of detail the circumstances causing such delay.

      37. Arbitration.

      37.1 The Parties shall act in good faith and use commercially reasonable
efforts to promptly resolve any claim, dispute, controversy or disagreement
(each a "Dispute") between the Parties or any of their respective subsidiaries,
affiliates, successors and assigns under or related to this Agreement or any
document executed pursuant to this Agreement or any of the transactions
contemplated hereby. If the Parties cannot resolve the Dispute within such
timeframe, the Dispute shall be submitted to the Management Committee for
resolution. For 

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the purposes of the arbitration section of this Agreement, the term "Management
Committee" shall mean a committee made up of a senior executive from each of the
Parties for the purpose of resolving Disputes under this Section and generally
overseeing the relationship between the Parties contemplated by this Agreement.
For ten (10) days after the Dispute was submitted to the Management Committee,
the Management Committee shall have the exclusive right to resolve such Dispute;
provided that the Management Committee shall have the final and exclusive right
to resolve Disputes arising from any provision of this Agreement which expressly
or implicitly provides for the Parties to reach mutual agreement as to certain
terms. If the Management Committee is unable to amicably resolve the Dispute
during the ten (10) day period, then the Management Committee shall consider in
good faith the possibility of retaining a third party mediator to facilitate
resolution of the Dispute. In the event the Management Committee elects not to
retain a mediator, the Dispute shall be subject to the resolution mechanisms
described below. No Party shall seek, nor shall be entitled to seek, binding
outside resolution of the Dispute (other than temporary injunctive relief
pending the outcome of the resolution of a Dispute as otherwise provided herein)
unless and until the Parties have been unable to amicably resolve the dispute as
set forth in this paragraph (a) and then, only in compliance with the procedures
set forth in this Section.

      37.2 Except for Disputes relating to issues of (i) proprietary rights,
including but not limited to intellectual property and confidentiality, and (ii)
any provision of this Agreement which expressly or implicitly provides for the
Parties to reach mutual agreement as to certain terms (which shall be resolved
by the Parties solely and exclusively through amicable resolution as set forth
in paragraph (a)), any Dispute not resolved by amicable resolution as set forth
in paragraph (a) shall be governed exclusively and finally by arbitration. Such
arbitration, including selection of arbitrators, shall be conducted by the
American Arbitration Association ("AAA") in Washington, D.C. and shall be
initiated and conducted in accordance with the Commercial Arbitration Rules
("Commercial Rules") of the AAA, including the AAA Supplementary Procedures for
Large Complex Commercial Disputes ("Complex Procedures"), as such rules shall be
in effect on the date of delivery of a demand for arbitration ("Demand"), except
to the extent that such rules are inconsistent with the provisions set forth
herein. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Parties may agree in good faith that
the Complex Procedures shall not apply in order to promote the efficient
arbitration of Disputes where the nature of the Dispute, including without
limitation the amount in controversy, does not justify the application of such
procedures.

      37.3 The Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. Secs. 1-16, and not state law,
shall govern the arbitrability of all Disputes. The arbitrators shall allow such
discovery as is appropriate to the purposes of arbitration in accomplishing a
fair, speedy and cost-effective resolution of the Disputes. The arbitrators
shall reference the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure then in effect in setting
the scope and timing of discovery. The Federal Rules of Evidence shall apply in
toto. The arbitrators may enter a default decision against any Party who fails
to participate in the arbitration proceedings.

      37.4 The arbitrators shall have the authority to award compensatory
damages only. Any award by the arbitrators shall be accompanied by a written
opinion setting forth the findings of fact and conclusions of law relied upon in
reaching the decision. The award rendered by the arbitrators shall be final,
binding and non-appealable, and judgment upon such award may be entered by any
court of competent jurisdiction. The Parties agree that the existence, conduct
and content of any arbitration shall be kept confidential, and no Party shall
disclose to any person any information about such arbitration, except as may be
required by law or by any governmental authority or for financial reporting
purposes in each Party's financial statements.

      37.5 Each Party shall pay the fees of its own attorneys, expenses of
witnesses and all other expenses and costs in connection with the presentation
of such Party's case (collectively, "Attorneys' Fees"). The remaining costs of
the arbitration, including without limitation, fees of the arbitrators, costs of
records or transcripts and administrative fees (collectively, "Arbitration
Costs") shall be borne equally by the parties. Notwithstanding the foregoing,
the arbitrators may modify the allocation of Arbitration Costs and award
Attorneys' Fees in those cases where fairness dictates a different allocation of
Arbitration Costs between the Parties and an award of Attorneys' Fees to the
prevailing Party as determined by the arbitrators.

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      37.6 Any Dispute arising out of or in connection with this Agreement or
the rights granted or obligations imposed hereunder that is not subject to final
resolution by the Management Committee or to arbitration under this Section or
law (collectively, "Non-Arbitration Claims") shall be brought in a state or
federal court of competent jurisdiction located in the Southern District of New
York.

      38. Independent Contractors. The Parties to this Agreement are independent
contractors. No Party is an agent, representative or partner of another Party.
None of the Parties shall have any right, power or authority to enter into any
agreement for or on behalf of, or incur any obligation or liability of, or to
otherwise bind, the other Parties. This Agreement shall not be interpreted or
construed to create an association, agency, joint venture or partnership between
the Parties or to impose any liability attributable to such a relationship upon
the Parties.

      39. No Waiver. The failure of any of the Parties to insist upon or enforce
strict performance by the other Parties of any provision of this Agreement or to
exercise any right under this Agreement shall not be construed as a waiver or
relinquishment to any extent of such Party's right to assert or rely upon any
such provision or right in that or any other instance; rather, the same shall be
and remain in full force and effect.

      40. Survival. Any provision which, by its nature or express terms should
survive, shall survive the completion, expiration, termination or cancellation
of this Agreement.

      41. Further Assurances. Each of the Parties shall take such action
(including, but not limited to, the execution, acknowledgment and delivery of
documents) as may reasonably be requested by the other Parties for the
implementation or continuing performance of this Agreement.

      42. Headings. The captions and headings used in this Agreement are
inserted for convenience only and shall not affect the meaning or interpretation
of this Agreement.

      43. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, each of
which shall be deemed an original, and all of which together shall constitute
one and the same document. Signatures sent by facsimile shall be deemed original
signatures.

      44. Rules of Construction. The definitions set forth herein shall apply
equally to both the singular and plural forms of the terms defined. Whenever the
context requires, any pronoun shall include the corresponding masculine,
feminine and neuter forms. The words "include," "includes" and "including" shall
be deemed to be followed by the phrase "without limitation." Except as
specifically otherwise provided in this Agreement, a reference to an Article,
Section or Exhibit is a reference to an Article of this Agreement, a Section of
this Agreement or an Exhibit hereto, and the terms "hereof," "herein," and other
like terms refer to this Agreement as a whole, including the Exhibits to this
Agreement. The term "or" is used in its inclusive sense ("and/or"). This
Agreement shall be interpreted neutrally and without regard to the party that
drafted it and, in particular, no rule of construction shall be applied as
against any party hereto that would result in the resolution of an ambiguity
contained herein against the drafting party.

      45. Entire Agreement. The Parties acknowledge that, as between NFLE, on
the one hand, and CBS, AOL and SportsLine, collectively, on the other hand, this
Agreement reflects the entire understanding of the Parties with respect to the
subject matter hereof, that this Agreement cancels, terminates and supersedes
any prior or contemporaneous agreement or understanding, whether oral or
written, among them with regard to the subject matter hereof.

      46. Several Liability. The Parties acknowledge that each of the
Interactive Parties have independent obligations under this Agreement to be
performed solely by the applicable Interactive Parties. Consequently, NFLE
acknowledges and agrees that the obligations of the Interactive Parties are
several and not joint and that no Interactive Party shall be liable for the
breach or failure of any of the other Interactive Parties to perform its

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obligations under this Agreement. Notwithstanding, the foregoing, the Parties
acknowledge and agree that the benefits to NFLE, as consideration for which NFLE
is granting the rights granted to the Interactive Parties hereunder are
inextricably linked, and that in the event of the material breach by any one of
the Interactive Parties of any of the material terms of this Agreement which has
not been cured by the expiration of the applicable cure period (including AOL's
and CBS's specific right to cure set forth in Section 24.5), NFLE shall have the
right to terminate this Agreement in accordance with Section 24 above with
respect to all of the Interactive Parties, without incurring any liability to
any non-breaching party for such termination.

      47. Export Controls. Each Party shall comply with all applicable laws,
regulations and rules relating to the export of commodities, software or
technical data and shall not export or re-export any commodities, software or
technical data, any products received from the other Party or the direct product
of such commodities, software or technical data, to any proscribed country,
party or entity listed in such applicable laws, regulations and rules, unless
properly authorized by the U.S. Government.

      48. Withdrawal Rights of the Parties in Certain Circumstances. ***



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      IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have set their signatures as of the
date first above written.

NFL ENTERPRISES, L.P.                           CBS BROADCASTING INC.


By:  /s/ Frank Hawkins                           By: /s/ Sean McManus 
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Name:    Frank Hawkins                          Name:   Sean McManus  
   --------------------------------------          ----------------------------

Title:   VP/Secretary of General Partner        Title:  President 
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AMERICA ONLINE, INC.                            SPORTSLINE.COM, INC.


By:  /s/ Jonathan Edson                         By:  /s/ Michael Levy 
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Name:    Jonathan Edson                         Name:    Michael Levy
   --------------------------------------          -----------------------------

Title:   VP - Business Affairs                  Title:   President and CEO
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                              INDEX OF DEFINITIONS

       "AAA" means the American Arbitration Association.

      "Access Code," for purposes of Section 1.5, has the meaning set forth in
Section 1.5.

      "Account," for purposes of Section 1.5, has the meaning set forth in
Section 1.5.

      "Action" has the meaning set forth in Section 28.4.

      "Advertisements" means advertisements, sponsorships, promotions, links,
pointers and similar services or rights, but shall for all purposes of this
Agreement exclude any (and the term Advertisements shall be deemed not to
include) Incidental Signage.

      "Advertising and Sponsorship Sales Rights" has the meaning set forth in
the recitals to this Agreement.

      "Affected Party" has the meaning set forth in Section 23.2.

      "Annual Minimum Referrals" shall have the meaning set forth in Section 18.

      "AOL" means America Online, Inc., a Delaware corporation.

      "AOL Affiliate" means ***

      "AOL Carriage Plan" means the plan set forth in Exhibit P.

      "AOL Carriage Terms" means the terms set forth in the form attached as
Exhibit B and the attachments thereto.

      "AOL Competitor" means ***

      "AOL Controlled Affiliate" means ***.

      "AOL Frames" means ***

      "AOL Hometown" means AOL's interactive service, marketed under the "AOL
Hometown" brand available to users of the AOL Network and the World Wide Web
portion of the Internet through which such users may publish and maintain World
Wide Web pages, use community tools and engage in other interactive activities,
specifically excluding the AOL Standard Service Exclusions.

      "AOL Intellectual Property" has the meaning set forth in Section 22.3.

      "AOL Licenses" has the meaning set forth in Section 2.2.

      "AOL Look and Feel" shall mean ***

      "AOL Marks" has the meaning set forth in Section 22.6(c).

      "AOL Member" means any user of the AOL Network, including authorized users
(including any sub-accounts under an authorized master account) of the AOL
Service and/or the CompuServe Service.

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      "AOL Network" means (i) The AOL Properties, and (ii) any other product,
service or property owned, operated, distributed or authorized to be distributed
by or through AOL or any AOL Affiliate worldwide (and including those properties
excluded within the definition of the AOL Properties). It is understood and
agreed that the rights of the Parties other than AOL hereunder relate solely to
the AOL Properties and not generally to the AOL Network.

      "AOL Plus" means the specific AOL Plus SM branded service which is
available through the U.S. version of the America Online brand service and which
is accessible solely through a high speed (generally over 100 kbps) broadband
distribution platform, specifically excluding the AOL Standard Service
Exclusions (e.g., specifically excluding, without limitation, the components of
the AOL Service accessible through narrowband distribution platforms).

      "AOL Properties" means the AOL Service, AOL Plus, AOL Hometown, the
CompuServe Service, ICQ.com, Netscape, Digital City, and any other mutually
agreed properties or products through which the Licensed Content is distributed
in the future.

      "AOL Quick Checkout" shall mean AOL's "Quick Checkout" tool which allows
AOL Members to enter payment and shipping information which is then passed from
AOL's centralized server unit to NFLE's then-current e-commerce fulfillment
partner for order fulfillment.

       "AOL Service" means the standard narrow-band U.S. version of the America
Online(R) brand service, specifically excluding the AOL Standard Service
Exclusions.

      "AOL Standard Service Exclusions" means with respect to any AOL Property
(or other AOL interactive site or service), such site or service shall
specifically exclude: (a) all other AOL interactive sites (e.g., the "AOL
Service" shall exclude, e.g., AOL.com, Netscape, MovieFone.com, CompuServe.com,
ICQ.com, etc.) or AOL interactive services (e.g., the "AOL Service" shall
exclude, e.g., the CompuServe service, ICQ, AOL Instant Messenger, etc.); (b)
any international versions of such site or service (e.g., the "AOL Service"
shall exclude, e.g., AOL Europe and AOL Japan), (c) any independent product,
service or property, which may be offered by, through or with the applicable AOL
site or service (e.g., "You've Got Pictures(TM)," "[email protected]," "NetMail(TM),"
"[email protected]," "AOL Hometown," "My News" and "Netbusiness"), (d) any programming or
Content area offered by or through such site or service over which AOL does not
exercise complete operational control (including, without limitation, content
areas controlled by other parties and member-created content areas), (e) any
yellow pages, white pages, classifieds or other search, directory or review
services or Content offered by or through the U.S. version of the applicable
site or service, (f) any property, feature, product or service which AOL or its
affiliates may acquire subsequent to the Effective Date and (g) any other
version of the applicable site or service which is materially different from the
standard narrow-band U.S. version of the applicable site or service, by virtue
of its branding, distribution, functionality, Content or services (e.g., in the
case of Digital City, excluding, e.g., Digital City, Inc.'s "YourTown" branded
cities or any other similar "light" product offering), including, without
limitation, any private-label or co-branded version of the applicable site or
service or any version distributed through any broadband distribution platform
or through any platform or device other than a desktop personal computer (e.g.,
with respect to "Netscape," excluding, e.g., any custom Netcenters built
specifically for third parties).

      "AOL Sublicense Rights" has the meaning set forth in Section 2.2.

      "AOL Terms of Service" shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.2.

      "AOL Tools" shall mean AOL's tools and functionalities.

      "Arbitration Costs" has the meaning set forth in Section 37.5.

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      "ATS" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.1(d).

      "Attorney's Fees" has the meaning set forth in Section 37.5.

      "Backlog Rights" means certain revenue and related rights and associated
obligations, in particular with respect to advertising placement and sponsorship
designations with respect to pre-existing NFLE online contractual relationships,
in each case subject to third party consent rights as set forth in Section 10.

      "Broadcast or Print Media Property" shall mean ***

      "Budget" has the meaning set forth in Section 9.

      "Category Protection Price" has the meaning set forth in Section 11.8.

      "CBS" means CBS Broadcasting Inc., a New York corporation.

      "CBS Deadline" has the meaning set forth in Section Error! Reference
source not found.

      "CBS SportsLine Website" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.3(a).

      "Change of Control" shall be deemed to have occurred if (a) any person or
group (within the meaning of Rule 13d-5 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
as in effect on the date hereof) shall acquire directly or indirectly,
beneficially or of record, shares of the voting capital stock of a Party
sufficient to exercise Control over such Party, or shall otherwise acquire such
Control by contract, economic interest or otherwise.

      "Club" means a member club of the NFL.

      "Co-branded Suite" has the meaning set forth in Section 5.4.

      "Coding" has the meaning set forth in Section 22.6(e).

      "Commerce Terms" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.1(d)

      "Commercial Rules" shall have the meaning set forth in Section 37.2.

      "Complaining Party" shall have the meaning set forth in Error! Reference
source not found.

      "Complex Procedures" shall have the meaning set forth in Section 37.2.

      "CompuServe Service" shall mean the standard, narrow-band U.S. version of
the CompuServe(TM) brand service, specifically excluding the AOL Standard
Service Exclusions (e.g., specifically excluding, without limitation,
compuserve.com, cserve.com and cs.com).

      "Confidential Information" shall have the meaning set forth in Section
26.2.

      "Content" means text, images, video, audio (including, without limitation,
music used in time relation with text, images, or video), and other data,
products, services, advertisements, promotions, URLs, keywords and other
navigational elements, links, pointers, technology and software, including any
modifications, upgrades, updates, enhancements and related documentation.

      "Content Plan" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.2(a).

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      "Control" shall mean the possession, directly or indirectly, of the power
to direct or cause the direction of the management or policies of a person,
whether through the ownership of voting securities, by contract or otherwise,
and "Controlling" and "Controlled" shall have meanings correlative thereto.

      "Customized Programming" means any NFL Content provided to AOL by NFLE and
used by AOL on the AOL Network (other than the Customized Site) pursuant to the
rights granted to AOL in Section 8 for distribution on or through the AOL
Network other than the Customized Sites and Promo Content.

      "Customized Sites" means versions of the NFL Sites customized and
co-branded for AOL in accordance with the terms of this Agreement, including
without limitation the AOL Carriage Terms.

      "Database/Direct Marketing Rights" has the meaning set forth in the
recitals to this Agreement.

      "Dedicated Personnel" shall have the meaning set forth in Section 1.1(b).

      "Demand" has the meaning set forth in Section 37.2.

      "Digital City" means the standard, narrow-band U.S. version of the Digital
City brand service's local content offerings marketed under the Digital City(R)
brand name, specifically excluding the AOL Standard Service Exclusions.

      "Disclaimed Damages" has the meaning set forth in Section 27.6.

      "Dispute" has the meaning set forth in Section 37.1.

      "Domain Name," for purposes of Section 1.5, has the meaning set forth in
Section 1.5.

      "Effective Date" has the meaning set forth in the heading to this
Agreement.

      "Emerging Media Rights" has the meaning set forth in the Section 14.8.

      "Emerging Media Shared Profits" has the meaning set forth in Section 14.1.

      "Emerging Media Shared Profits Cap" has the meaning set forth in Section
14.2.

      "Excluded Materials" has the meaning set forth in Section 22.4.

      "Excluded Technologies" has the meaning set forth in Section 3.2(g).

      "Fair Market Value" has the meaning set forth in Section 15.3.

      "Fantasy Football Games" has the meaning set forth in Section 5.1.

      "Fantasy Football Products" has the meaning set forth in Section 5.1.

      "Fantasy Tools" has the meaning set forth in Section 5.1.

      "First Anniversary" has the meaning set forth in Section 15.4(a).

      "Force Majeure Event" has the meaning set forth in Section 36.

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      "Fourth Anniversary" has the meaning set forth in Section 15.4(c).

      "Game" has the meaning set forth in Section Error! Reference source not
found.

      "Generally Available Sites" means the NFL Sites, excluding the Customized
Sites.

      "Gross Revenues" has the meaning set forth in Section 16.1.

      "Holder" has the meaning set forth in Section 15.5.

      "Hosting and Production Rights" has the meaning set forth in the recitals
to this Agreement.

      "Hospitality Rights" shall have the meaning set forth in the recitals to
this Agreement.

      "ICQ.com" means ICQ's primary Internet-based English language Interactive
Service marketed under the "ICQ.com" brand, specifically excluding the AOL
Standard Service Exclusions (e.g., specifically excluding, without limitation,
the ICQ brand communications and messaging service, any international /
non-English language versions of such site, and "ICQ It!").

      "Impression" shall mean user exposure to a Placement, as such exposure may
be reasonably determined and measured by AOL in accordance with its standard
methodologies and protocols. Each Placement on a page shall count as a separate
Impression.

      "Incidental Signage" means ***

      "Indemnified Party" has the meaning set forth in Section 28.4.

      "Indemnifying Party" has the meaning set forth in Section 28.4.

      "Integrated Online Sponsorship" has the meaning set forth in Section
11.12.

      "Interactive Parties" means, collectively, SportsLine, CBS and AOL.

      "Interactive Service" means ***

      "Internet Exclusivity Rights" has the meaning set forth in the recitals to
this Agreement.

      "Interactive Game Rights" has the meaning set forth in the recitals to
this Agreement.

      "Interactive Party Content Rights" has the meaning set forth in the
recitals to this Agreement.

      "Internet" has the meaning set forth in Section 3.1(a).

      "Internet Exclusivity" has the meaning set forth in Section 3.1.

      "Keyword(TM) Search Terms" shall mean (a) The Keyword(TM) online search
terms made available on the AOL Service, combining AOL's Keyword(TM) online
search modifier with a term or phrase specifically related to NFLE (and
determined in accordance with the terms of this Agreement) and (b) the Go Word
online search terms made available on the CompuServe Service, combining
CompuServe's Go Word online search modifier with a term or phrase specifically
related to NFLE (and determined in accordance with the terms of this Agreement).

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      "Licensed Content" means all Content offered through the Customized Site
pursuant to this Agreement or otherwise provided by or on behalf of NFLE,
SportsLine or their respective agents in connection herewith (e.g., offline
promotional content or online Content for distribution through the AOL Network),
including without limitation, the NFL Contributed Content, all Promo Content,
all Customized Programming and any modifications, upgrades, updates,
enhancements and related documentation.

      "Licensed Marks" has the meaning set forth in Section 7.

      "Linked Television Opportunity" has the meaning set forth in Section
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      "Magic Carpet" shall mean ***

      "Management Committee" has the meaning set forth in Section 37.1.

      "Marks" has the meaning set forth in Exhibit E.

      "Material Breach" shall mean a Party's material breach of, material
failure to comply with, insolvency, or other material default in the performance
or accuracy, as applicable, of any covenant, representation, warranty, or other
obligation or duty arising under this Agreement of a nature, in terms of
materiality, severity, frequency or otherwise, such that it that would, under
common law, provide the non-breaching Parties hereto a right of termination or
rescission.

      "Member Clubs" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.4.

      "Member Club Inventory" has the meaning set forth in Section 4.1.

      "Member Page" shall mean any web page created by an AOL Member through AOL
Hometown and using the community tools available therein.

      "Minimum Category Price" shall have the meaning set forth in Section
11.7(a)(i)(B).

      "Minimum Traffic Referral Obligation" has the meaning set forth in the
recitals to this Agreement.

      "Most Favored Party Obligations" has the meaning set forth in the recitals
to this Agreement.

      "National Sponsorship Revenues" has the meaning set forth in Section
11.7(a)(i).

      "Netscape" means Netscape Communications Corporation's primary
Internet-based interactive site marketed under the "Netscape" brand,
specifically excluding the AOL Standard Service Exclusions.

      "NFL" means the National Football League and its member clubs.

      "NFL/AOL Content" has the meaning set forth in Section 2.2.

      "NFL Broadcaster" has the meaning set forth in Section 3.3.

      "NFL Co-branded Areas" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.3(a).

      "NFL.com Promotional Rights" has the meaning set forth in the recitals to
this Agreement.

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      "NFL Content" has the meaning set forth in Section 3.1.

      "NFL Contributed Content" has the meaning set forth in Section 2.1.

      "NFL Contributed Content Rights" has the meaning set forth in the recitals
to this Agreement.

      "NFL Domains" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.4.

      "NFL Sites Managers" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.1(b).

      "NFLE" means NFL Enterprises, L.P., a Delaware limited partnership.

      "NFLE Interactive Site" has the meaning set forth in Section 3.2.

      "NFLE's Online Content" shall mean online content owned by the NFL or the
NFLE.

      "NFLE Sponsorship Credit Amount" has the meaning set forth in Section
11.13(b).

      "NFLE Terms of Service" shall mean the terms of service set forth in the
form attached as Exhibit Q.

      "NFL Game" has the meaning set forth in Section 2.5.

      "NFL Intellectual Property" has the meaning set forth in Section 22.1(b).

      "NFL Internet Network Rights" has the meaning set forth in the recitals to
this Agreement.

      "NFL Other Content" has the meaning set forth in Section Error! Reference
source not found.

      "NFLP" means National Football League Properties, Inc., a California
corporation.

      "NFL Party Sponsorship Rights" has the meaning set forth in the recitals
to this Agreement.

      "NFL Productions" has the meaning set forth in the recitals to this
Agreement.

      "NFL Productions" means NFL Productions LLC, a Delaware limited liability
company.

      "NFL Season" shall mean (a) the period beginning on August 1 and ending on
February 15 of each year, and (b) except as used in Sections 24.2 and 24.8
hereof, also including the ten-day period in each spring during the Term which
begins seven days prior to and ends two days following the completion of the NFL
player draft.

      "NFL Sites" has the meaning set forth in the recitals to this Agreement.

      "NFL Sites Look and Feel" shall mean the elements of graphics, design,
organization, presentation, layout, user interface, navigation, trade dress and
stylistic convention (including the digital implementations thereof) which are
generally associated with any NFL Site or any other NFL interactive site or
service (exclusive of the AOL Frames and AOL Tools).

      "Non-Arbitration Claims" has the meaning set forth in Section 37.6.

      "Non-Dedicated Personnel" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.1(b).

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      "Offline Media" shall mean, collectively, (a) television, radio, print and
"out of home" (e.g., buses and billboards, point of purchase and other
"place-based" promotions) advertisements, and (b) publications, programs,
features or other forms of offline media, in each case, over which NFLE
exercises at least partial editorial control.

      "Online" has the meaning set forth in Section Error! Reference source not
found.

      "Online Commerce Rights" has the meaning set forth in the recitals in this
Agreement.

      "Online Interactive Games" has the meaning set forth in Section Error!
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      "Online Terms" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.1(d)

      "Operating Standards" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.1(a)(ii).

      "Other Parties" shall mean Parties to this Agreement other than AOL.

      "Party" means, individually, SportsLine, CBS, AOL and NFLE.

      "Party Cross-Promotional Rights" has the meaning set forth in the recitals
to this Agreement.

      "Parties" means, collectively, SportsLine, CBS, AOL and NFLE.

      "Performing Party" has the meaning set forth in Section 36.

      "Placements" means, collectively, (a) the NFL Sites promotional placements
described on the AOL Carriage Plan and (b) any other placements or promotions
provided by AOL to NFLE on the AOL Network.

      "Press Release" has the meaning set forth in Section 31.

      "Prior Business Relationship" shall mean ***

      "Privacy Policy" has the meaning set forth in Section 13.3.

      "Product" shall mean ***

      "Production Expense Funding Obligations" has the meaning set forth in the
recitals to this Agreement.

      "Promo Content" means NFL Content provided by NFLE and formatted for
online distribution by SportsLine for AOL pursuant to Section 6 of the Agreement
for inclusion within a Placement.

      "Promotion and Carriage Plans" has the meaning set forth in Section 17.

      "Promotions" has the meaning set forth in Section 17.

      "Records" has the meaning set forth in Section 25.1.

      "Registrar," for purposes of Section 1.5, has the meaning set forth in
Section 1.5.

      "Restricted Category" shall mean ***

      "Rights Fee Obligations" has the meaning set forth in the recitals to this
Agreement.

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      "Rule 144" has the meaning set forth in Section 15.5.

      "Sales General Manager" has the meaning set forth in Section 11.1.

      "SEC" has the meaning set forth in Section 15.5.

      "Securities Act" has the meaning set forth in Section 15.5.

      "Site Elements" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.2(b).

      "Site-Specific NFL Technology" has the meaning set forth in Section 22.2.

      "SportsLine Content" shall mean all Content contained in the Customized
Programming, Customized Site, Promotional Materials and Licensed Content, except
for the NFL Content.

      "Sponsorship Category Protection Price" has the meaning set forth in
Section 11.7(a).

      "SportsLine" means SportsLine.com, Inc., a Delaware corporation.

      "SportsLine Common Stock" has the meaning set forth in Section 15.3.

      "SportsLine Marks" has the meaning set forth in Section 22.2(a).

      "SportsLine Materials" has the meaning set forth in Section 22.2.

      "SportsLine Promotion Plan" has the meaning set forth in Exhibit P.

      "Strategic Partner Category Protection Price" has the meaning set forth in
Section 11.7(b).

      "Substitute Promotions" has the meaning set forth in Section 17.

      "Teaser Content" means ***

      "Technical Contact," for purposes of Section 1.5, has the meaning set
forth in Section 1.5.

      "Term" has the meaning set forth in Section 24.1.

      "Termination Date" has the meaning set forth in Section 15.4.

      "Third Anniversary" has the meaning set forth in Section 15.4(b).

      "Third Party Claims" has the meaning set forth in Section 28.1.

      "Trademark and Content Guidelines" has the meaning set forth in Section
1.2(f).

      "Traffic Reporting Arrangements" has the meaning set forth in the recitals
to this Agreement.

      "Unfilled Promotions" has the meaning set forth in Section 17.

      "User Data" has the meaning set forth in Section 13.1.

      "Variable Expenses" has the meaning set forth in Section 9.5.

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      ***

      "Viacom" has the meaning set forth in Section 1.3.

      "Website" means a group of files generally accessible (including by paid
subscribers, e.g., subscribers to AOL) by Internet users, including those on the
World Wide Web: (a) at a Universal Resource Locator (URL) addresses that contain
a common domain name (or such other naming convention as may be adopted in
general use), (b) via hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) or its commonly used
variants (such as HTTPS) or successor protocols, and (c) using only such
plug-ins as are available free or at nominal cost; including, where the context
so requires, any wireless web channels (e.g., WAP format).

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