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Report: ESPN’s Chris Berman retiring after ’16 season

ESPN’s Chris Berman is retiring after the 2016 season, TheBigLead.com reported Thursday. Berman, 61, is an original ESPN employee and the host of two of the network’s most popular NFL-related shows, Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown. The report said Berman is in the final year of his contract and will retire sometime after…

Report: Chris Berman Will Retire From ESPN At The End Of The NFL Season

55 minutes agoSports : Deadspin

Chris Berman has been with ESPN for nearly 40 years, but he’ll retire at the conclusion of the 2016 NFL season, per a report from The Big Lead. Read more...

Chris Berman might be retiring after this NFL season

Shocking news out of Bristol as The Big Lead reports the one man who is perhaps more synonymous with ESPN than anyone, Chris Berman, will be leaving the network after the 2016 NFL season when his contract expires. Berman started at ESPN...Show More Summary

ESPN’s Chris Berman Set To Retire After The 2016 NFL Season

  The longtime ESPN sportscaster, Chris Berman,  who has been with the company since 1979 is set to call it a career following the 2016 NFL season sources told The Big Lead. So who’s in line to take over after Berman departs? According to The Big Lead, Trey Wingo or Suzy Kolber is expected to take […]

Chris Berman is Retiring From ESPN After the 2016 Football Season

1 hour agoSports : The Big Lead

Chris Berman, the longtime ESPN sportscaster who has been with the company since 1979, is leaving the network after next football season, (...)

The Big Lead’s Jason McIntyre set to join new Whitlock/Cowherd debate show

The upcoming Colin Cowherd-Jason Whitlock “Speak For Yourself” hour-long debate show, set to launch on FS1 June 13 and go head-to-head with ESPN’s SportsCenter in the 6 p.m. Eastern time slot, appears to have found its third panelist:...Show More Summary

Video: UFC champ Miesha Tate on ESPN reveals her fourth-round fight that does not exist

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Miesha Tate is still taking it all in after capturing the title by submitting Holly Holm at UFC 196 a few months ago (see it again here). After appearing on "Good Morning...Show More Summary

Anthony Davis Loses $24M for Failing to Make 2015-16 All-NBA Teams

The Association announced All-NBA teams Thursday, and Anthony Davis' absence from the three elite five-man units cost him the chance to earn an extra $24 million. According to ESPN.com's Darren Rovell, the New Orleans Pelicans forward...Show More Summary

Heather Cox reportedly leaving ESPN for NBC, possibly Thursday Night Football

A few weeks after the news of Mike Tirico’s upcoming departure from ESPN for NBC, it looks like one of his ESPN colleague may be making the same network switch and may join him on NBC’s Thursday Night Football broadcasts. @heatherespn,...Show More Summary

Trent Richardson Injury: Updates on Ravens RB's Hamstring and Return

Baltimore Ravens running back Trent Richardson has reportedly been sidelined by a hamstring injury during the team's organized team activities, according to ESPN.com's Jamison Hensley. Richardson, who was selected third overall by the...Show More Summary

SportsCenter report: “ESPN has fired Art Briles”

Baylor’s announcement that they plan to dismiss head football coach Art Briles, sanction athletic director Ian McCaw and re-assign president Ken Starr over the handling of various sexual assault allegations against members of its football...Show More Summary

Baylor University Fires Its Best Football Coach Ever Over Mishandling of Sexual Assault Cases

Earlier this week, reports emerged that Baylor University would oust its president, Kenneth Starr—but not its football coach, Art Briles—over sexual assault charges against several Baylor football players and ESPN reports that athletic and school officials had ignored reports of similar assaults by other team members. Show More Summary

Art Briles Reportedly Fired by Baylor: Latest Comments and Reaction

Baylor University reportedly fired head football coach Art Briles on Thursday as the school continues to deal with the aftermath of a sexual assault scandal. Brett McMurphy of ESPN confirmed Briles' dismissal after eight years in charge of the football program. Show More Summary

Here's how ESPN's brilliant O.J. Simpson documentary could win an Oscar

Earlier this year, the Sundance Film Festival invited audiences to an experience unlike any other in its history: a seven-and-a-half-hour documentary on O.J. Simpson made by ESPN’s heralded “30 for 30” documentary arm. At a festivalShow More Summary

Manchester United Logs Lowest Win Total in Premier League Era

Manchester United won just 19 league matches in 2015-16, tying a club record (2013-14) for fewest wins in a single season during the Premier League era, per ESPN Stats & Info. Manager Louis van Gaal was fired following the disappointing...Show More Summary

Cassidy Hubbarth talks about her unique path To ESPN

12 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

Cassidy Hubbarth, the host of ESPN’s NBA Tonight and NBA Coast to Coast, did not take the most traditional path to becoming one of the network’s rising younger anchors. Along the way, Hubbarth, 31, was a weekend traffic reporter for Traffic.com, a site that contributed information to Chicago’s local NBC affiliate. Show More Summary

Devin Hester not happy with NFL's new touchback rules

Say, did you remember that the NFL is moving kickoff touchbacks to the 25-yard-line this year? Devin Hester did, and he's none too pleased. "It’s like taking away a job from people," the Falcons return man told ESPN, and by "people" he means himself. Show More Summary

ESPN expands The Basketball Tournament coverage

13 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

It looks like ESPN will be continuing with some of its more unusual summer programming this year, as the network’s announced that they’ve expanded their deal with social media-driven event The Basketball Tournament. The network willShow More Summary

Tony Romo thinks he has at least four or five years left in him

The Cowboys didn’t exactly draft their quarterback of the future this year, so the quarterback of the present figures he’ll just keep going until they do. Via Todd Archer of ESPN.com, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said he can see himself playing beyond his current contract, which expires after the 2019 season. He even joked that with…

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