Yesterday, before the Dallas Cowboys-Tennessee Titans game, the Titans reportedly had some portable speakers on the sideline during warmups. Through these speakers, they played rap music. Hold onto your hats, because it gets worse. Read more...
Ray Rice is expected to appeal his indefinite suspension from the NFL, sources confirmed to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Rice was released by the Baltimore Ravens this past Monday, just hours after TMZ released a video of the star running back punching his then-fiancée in a casino elevator
Ray Rice has until the end of the day tomorrow to appeal his indefinite suspension from the NFL, and the former Baltimore Ravens player is expected to do just that, sources tell ESPN. The NFL players' union, which will reportedly handle the appeal along with Rice's own lawyer, is still...
ESPN's Hannah Storm delivered a heartfelt and emotional message to the NFL during Sunday's SportsCenter, addressing the league's alleged mishandling of a video of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice beating his future wife, Janay Palmer, in an elevator. Show More Summary
According to ESPN, Ray Rice plans to appeal his indefinite suspension from the NFL.
Cris Carter, former player for the Minnesota Vikings, NFL Hall of Famer and current ESPN football analyst, exhibited an extremely emotional reaction to the Adrian Peterson child abuse scandal on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown. Carter said that he is proud of his team for deactivating Adrian Peterson in the wake of the scandal. Show More Summary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSJ4yFKYKo4 ESPN’s NFL Countdown discussed Adrian Peterson and the fact the Minnesota Vikings were deactivating him following his indictment for injuring a child. The topic struck a chord with former Vikings receiver Cris Carter who took a few moments to reveal some information about his own upbringing. Show More Summary
ESPN is just going to have to send him a bill for this one. Baseball fields are huge and hitting a baseball to a specific point is difficult, so a line drive directly to a spot as tiny as the lens of a camera has a pretty low probability. Show More Summary
ESPN’s Hannah Storm delivered an emotional and poignant monologue on SportsCenter the other day, raising the questions: why isn’t Ray Rice in jail, why didn’t he get fired and what does the NFL stand for? I wouldn’t presume to know the actual answers to these questions, but we can offer up a fairly strong series [...]
By Gary Bourgeault: After buying a controlling stake in Eurosport early in 2014, Discovery Communications (NASDAQ:DISCA) CEO David Zaslav is attempting to call attention to the property by pointing out it "reaches more subscribers across...Show More Summary
Seahawks assistant offensive line coach Pat Ruel was hospitalized after Sunday’s game because of an irregular heartbeat, according to multiple published reports. According to Terry Blount of ESPN.com, the 63-year-old Ruel is slated to be held overnight for observation. Ruel has been on the Seahawks’ coaching staff since Pete Carroll became head coach in 2010.…
ESPN anchor Hannah Storm had some strong words in light of their handling of the Ray Rice domestic violence scandal. She gave an emotional plea as a mother and a female fan of the NFL for them to think carefully about what their next...Show More Summary
On Sunday’s State of the Union with Candy Crowley, CNN and ESPN contributor LZ Granderson said it would be “healthier” for America if Democrats retain the Senate in the upcoming midterms to avoid “groupthink.” “I think what would be the … Continue reading ?
With Jamaal Charles going down against the Denver Broncos, the focus of the fantasy realm shifts to Knile Davis. The Kansas City Chiefs announced that Charles injured his ankle and is questionable to return: ESPN.com's Christopher Harris...Show More Summary
Sam Ponder should know that any time you interact with the college students on ESPN’s College GameDay, you’re going to get some weirdness. She probably did know that when she petted a South Dakota State student’s mullet. She just didn’t care. What a trooper. We’ve got the vine that shows, beyond the shadow of a doubt, […]
A football fan who's also the mother of three daughters, ESPN's Hannah Storm asked some tough questions Sunday that show how hard the week has been for families who follow the NFL.
ESPN anchor Hannah Storm closed Sunday morning's SportsCenter with poignant remarks lambasting the NFL's handling of the Ray Rice domestic violence case. "If the NFL and the Ravens had to see that video to be moved to significant action, should those who support the league demand the same?" she asked. Show More Summary
An ESPN NFL Sunday Countdown roundtable addressed the league's responsibility in addressing domestic violence Sunday morning, following multiple incidents involving NFL players charged with beating women (Ray Rice) and children (Adrian Peterson).
Hannah Storm hosted a special one-hour episode of "SportsCenter" called "The State of the NFL" and how the league is dealing with domestic abuse in the wake of the Ray Rice case. Storm closed the show with a powerful and emotional monologue...Show More Summary
The Bears could be without their top receiving threats on Sunday. It's looking as though the Chicago Bears will be without both of their big-play receivers against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. A source has told ESPN's Adam Schefter...Show More Summary