The stout Miami Dolphins defense may be without another cornerback for the forseeable future, as cornerback Will Davis had to leave the team's game against the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night due to an injury. James Walker of ESPN has...Show More Summary
Concerns are once again raised around the Chicago Bulls after Derrick Rose was forced to leave the team's game against the Toronto Raptors Thursday night with a hamstring injury. ESPN's Nick Friedell had the report: The status of Rose is a story that's generated plenty of attention in recent years. Show More Summary
Brandon Marshall got into a Twitter war on Thursday with a Detroit Lions fan, which ended in him offering the fan $25,000 to fight him, according to ESPN Chicago. It started when a Lions fan reminded the Bears star receiver about his comment about a year ago referring to the Lions as the "little brother" of the Chicago Bears. Show More Summary
Renowned NFL agent Ben Dogra has reportedly been fired by Creative Artists Agency as of Thursday. The NFL on ESPN reported the news: NFL.com's Michael Silver weighed in on Dogra's departure from CAA: ESPN's Darren Rovell put into context...Show More Summary
LeBron James says his two sons, who are seven and 10 years old, aren't allowed to play football until high school. He explained to ESPN's Chris Broussard on Thursday that it's both a safety issue and a class issue. From ESPN: "We don't want them to play in our household right now until they understand how physical and how demanding the game is. Show More Summary
Ben Dogra, who represents some of the biggest names in football, was fired for cause by CAA. The news was first reported by ESPN and has been confirmed by other league reporters. This is a big deal, if just for Dogra's old client list—and what those players will do if he sets up shop elsewhere. Read more...
Ben Dogra, an agent whose high-profile list of clients includes some of the best players in the NFL, has lost his job with the talent agency CAA. ESPN reported on Thursday afternoon that CAA fired Dogra for cause. There was no information about the reason for the firing. Dogra has negotiated some massive contracts, including…
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(The American Gangster...The Bad Guy...The Stephen A. Smith of cage-fighting?) Man, talk about failing upward. Four months after being fired from his FOX Sports commentary gig in the wake of two high-profile drug test failures, former UFC middleweight contender Chael Sonnen has gotten a new broadcast job at a much more prominent sports network. Show More Summary
Stephen A. Smith spoke at the University of Florida last night and his words didn't come cheap. The ESPN shouter agreed to be paid $26,500 for 45 minutes of speaking, 15 minutes of questions and answers, and a "reception for student leaders," according to his contract with the university. Read more...
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Like they did with Patrick Peterson and Carson Palmer before him, the Arizona Cardinals almost had to extend defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. But in the end, it may not matter. ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reported...Show More Summary
Renowned author Malcolm Gladwell appeared on Bloomberg TV today and opined on the ESPN suspension of his e-mail correspondent Bill Simmons. To no surprise, Gladwell didn’t think too highly of ESPN’s decision to suspend The Sports Guy for three weeks. Show More Summary
This morning, ESPN The Magazine published an interview with new NBPA executive director Michele Roberts, in which she laid out why NBA owners aren't worth shit to the league, and are functionally the most replaceable bodies. This afternoon, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver issued a statement comprising shifty accounting and brazen non-sequitur. Show More Summary
“Not everyone is going to love me in this business. If everybody loves you, you’re just not doing your job well.”
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver fired back at Michele Roberts, the new leader of the National Basketball Players Association over an ESPN interview, in which she questioned long-held standards governing player-owner relations and intimated that the players would take a stronger stance in the next round of labor negotiations. In an interview with Pablo S. Torre, […]
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver released the following statement today in response to statements made by NBPA Executive Director Michele Roberts to ESPN.com: “We couldn’t disagree more with these statements. The NBA’s success is based on the collective efforts and investments of all of the team owners, the thousands of employees at our teams and arenas, [...]
VCU landed one of the best small forwards in the high school basketball Class of 2015. On Thursday, forward Tevin Mack announced that he will be a Ram, according to ESPN's Reggie Rankin: The Dreher High School star is the 12th best small...Show More Summary
Entering Week 10, ESPN's NFL Nation reporters voted on their midseason MVP winners. Out of 32 votes, Tom Brady received 16, followed by DeMarco Murray (7) and Peyton Manning (5). Also receiving votes were Andrew Luck, Ben Roethlisberger, Rob Gronkowski and Antonio Brown. Show More Summary
Oh no he didn’t.
On a day when ESPN’s Outside the Lines exposed more than two-dozen cases of NFL players guilty of domestic violence not missing a down in the league since 2000, the four-letter network earlier this week hired retired cage fighter Chael Sonnen, a convicted money launderer and habitual steroid cheat, to analyze mixed-martial arts. Show More Summary