The New York Giants cut veteran linebacker Jon Beason on Wednesday, via Dan Graziano of ESPN and Conor Orr of NFL.com. Graziano noted the release will save the Giants $6 million in cap space for next season. The move doesn't come asShow More Summary
Former Cincinnati Bengals star Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson did a lot of crazy things during his NFL career, but nothing will top his bizarre rehab process. Johnson made the rounds at ESPN on Wednesday with his buddy Terrell Owens. It was...Show More Summary
With the Brooklyn Nets close to the Eastern Conference cellar, trading a valuable asset like Thaddeus Young to build for the future would make sense. Brian Windhorst of ESPN.com told TSN 1050 (per Chuck Myron of Hoops Rumors) the surging...Show More Summary
Oh no. No, no. This isn’t good. Not good at all. This ESPN video spotted by The Big Lead shows a dancing Kentucky fan — (...)
Summary: If you have been following the fantasy sports news, you know that this multi-billion dollar industry is facing some interesting times. With the rise of DraftKings and Fan Duel, questions about these organizations being gambling...Show More Summary
Days after wide receiver Terrell Owens was not selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2016, the controversial superstar commented on the decision. According to ESPN's Mike & Mike on Twitter, T.O. was not surprised thatShow More Summary
In a sign of continued difficulties for the burgeoning daily fantasy sports industry, Walt Disney Co.’s ESPN and DraftKings Inc. have unwound their exclusive advertising relationship.
Disney is trying to make up for fewer subscribers by charging more.
Walt Disney’s ESPN sports network posts a decline in quarterly profit, overshadowing the blockbuster success of the new Star Wars film. ||| Los Angeles - Walt Disney’s ESPN sports network posted a decline in quarterly profit, overshadowing...Show More Summary
The bird might be the word, according to Peter Griffin of Family Guy, but as far as the New York Giants defense is concerned, “yuck” is a much more appropriate adjective. So opines ESPN in its “Way Too Early” power rankings. It has the Giants at No. Show More Summary
Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside was ejected during the fourth quarter of Tuesday's 119-101 loss to the San Antonio Spurs after being charged with a flagrant-2 foul on Boban Marjanovic. The NBA on ESPN reported Whiteside's abrupt exit. Show More Summary
One day after his retirement, the former WWE Superstar appeared on ESPN to talk about the severity of head trauma. Former WWE world champion Daniel Bryan's first post-retirement interview was with Jonathan Coachman of ESPN's SportsCenter on Tuesday night. Show More Summary
The No. 22 Kentucky Wildcats will host the SEC rival Georgia Bulldogs at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN. For the Bulldogs (13-8, 6-4 SEC), this game is their biggest of the season. A road victory over the Wildcats would give Georgia a much-needed quality win and boost its NCAA tournament chances. Georgia, however, has struggled on the road. Show More Summary
ESPN and DraftKings have ended their exclusive advertising agreement, according to a Yahoo report. Daniel Roberts reports that it was likely DraftKings—who are facing dozens of class action lawsuits, as well as engaged in a major legal battle with the State of New York—who asked to end the agreement. ESPN declined to comment on the report. Read more...
ESPN’s exclusive relationship with daily fantasy sports giant DraftKings is over reports Daniel Roberts of Yahoo! Finance. The original advertising deal (reached on the heels of ESPN backing away from investing in Draftkings) – was announced last June came at the industry’s high point before the ground beneath them started cracking. Show More Summary
Bad news for ESPN and Fox, to start.
Bob Iger took pains to defend Disney-owned ESPN during the company's quarterly earnings call. It's doing great, he says, despite lower profits. The post Disney’s CEO Says Reports of ESPN’s Demise Are Ridiculous appeared first on WIR...
The Force is no help on Wall Street as ESPN is under heightened scrutiny
The company's largest segment, media networks, posts a 6 percent decline in operating income and the stock falls in after-hours trading. ESPN sees an "uptick" in subscribers. read more
Disney CEO Bob Iger did his best in the company’s quarterly earnings call today to persuade analysts not to worry about continuing signs of weakness at ESPN — Disney’s biggest profit driver. “We fully expect our media networks, including ESPN, to deliver bottom line growth,” the CEO says. Show More Summary