Last week, we reported on how former Washington Post columnist Jason Reid's new radio show The Man Cave, which was supposed to debut last Monday on Dan Snyder-owned and ESPN-affiliated WTEM, didn't. WTEM stuck to the syndicated MikeShow More Summary
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences today announced the nominees for the 36th Annual Sports Emmy Awards. ESPN leads the way with 37 nominations, just ahead of NBC with 33. Other networks among the leaders are MLB Network...
In a major story, current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar has decided to leave the MMA world behind. Brock was on ESPN’s SportsCenter today and let us all know that he officially closed to the door on UFC. Instead, he re-signed with WWE last night at the WWE RAW taping in L.A. Show More Summary
There's no question that Jeff Goodman of ESPN.com and the folks at DraftExpress and NBADraft.net are considered experts when it comes to top prospects entering the NBA. Because of their expertise on the subject, it was interesting to...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears upgraded their defense with a veteran presence on Tuesday by signing free-agent inside linebacker Mason Foster. ESPN.com's Michael C. Wright reported the news when the deal became official through Foster's agent. Brad...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, the National Academy of Television and Sciences quietly announced the nominations for sports television over the past year. The ESPN Family of networks led all sports groups with a combined 57 nominations. NBC Sports Group was second with 42. Show More Summary
The Minnesota Vikings have reportedly reached a contract agreement with free-agent safety Taylor Mays. ESPN's Josina Anderson reported that it's a one-year deal. Matt Vensel of the Star Tribune confirmed the report. The San Francisco 49ers drafted Mays in the second round of the 2010 NFL draft. Show More Summary
Maybe he lost a dare? Or maybe he won? Whatever the case, Seattle Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll pulled off one of the better videobombs this year on ESPN’s “SportsCenter” on Tuesday afternoon. And there were no boogers involved. John Clayton, seemingly unaware of the well-timed creeping going on behind him, was signing off per usual […]
Pete Carroll is a serial videobomber.
The Cincinnati Bengals are losing one of the core backups in free agency. According to Josina Anderson of ESPN.com, Mays has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Minnesota Vikings. Mays visited the Vikings last week and saw interest from the Oakland Raiders, St. Louis Rams and Washington Redskins as well. Cincinnati also…
When last we saw Pete Carroll, he was slinking off the field after Super Bowl XLIX, having made perhaps the most boneheaded decision in football history. Well, it's seven weeks later, and guess who's back, photobombing ESPN's John Clayton...Show More Summary
Arizona State has offered Jeff Capel its coaching vacancy following the firing of Herb Sendek, sources told ESPN.
UMass guard Derrick Gordon, who announced he is gay prior to the season, told ESPN he has decided to transfer to another school for his final season in college.
ESPN and NBC left the competition in their dust as the 36th annual Sports Emmy nominations were announced today, both scoring more than twice as many as any other network. ESPN leads the league again, as it did last year, scooping 37 noms to NBC’s Olympics-fueled 33. Show More Summary
What's this? Oh just John Clayton delivering an update on Adrian Peterson for ESPN and... HI PETE CARROLL! Don't let the confused look fool you. Pete knows EXACTLY what he's doing. Stumbling into the shot is all part of his master plan. h/t @FieldGulls SB Nation presents: A breakdown of our latest mock draft
Ray McDonald was released by the 49ers in 2014 after being arrested on suspicion of domestic violence and accused of sexual assault. The Chicago Bears are expected to sign defensive end Ray McDonald, according to ESPN's Chris Mortenson. Show More Summary
Don't make the Oregon Duck mad or he'll come after you strong. That moment you realize you've been eliminated from the NCAA Tournament. pic.twitter.com/Ww268pCaJF — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 23, 2015 SportsCenter thought it would make a joke from its Twitter account mocking Oregon for its elimination from the NCAA Tournament. Show More Summary
Georgia Tech is expected to keep Brian Tech as its basketball coach for at least one more season, according to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman. Assuming this is true, it’s not a huge surprise. As I’ve written...
Ray McDonald found a new home on Tuesday. According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, the Bears took a flier on the 30-year-old defensive lineman, signing him to a deal: Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports confirmed the report: McDonald played the first eight years of his career with the San Francisco 49ers. Show More Summary