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Antonio Cromartie's Wife Says Colts Released CB Over National Anthem Protest

Antonio Cromartie's wife stated on social media Thursday the Indianapolis Colts' decision to release the veteran cornerback in early October was based on Cromartie's choice to kneel during the national anthem. According to's...Show More Summary

The Wisconsin-Iowa rivalry trophy is a bull that used to have testicles

The Badgers and Hawkeyes are playing for a bronze bull. That’s cool and fine, but their series was already special. No. 10 Wisconsin needs to beat Iowa on Saturday (noon ET, ESPN) to stay churning in the Big Ten West divisional race....Show More Summary

Meet the photographer behind the infamous Crying Jordan meme

39 minutes agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Finally, the definitive story of the Jordan Crying meme is told. Hear how the 21st century's most iconic piece of art came to be from ESPN analyst Jay Williams, DJ Gallo of SportsPickle, and the man who took the famous photo, Associated Press photographer Stephan Savoia. Show More Summary

Report: Eddie Lacy is Fat Again & Needs Surgery on His Foot

Despite all his efforts this past offseason to shed the pounds he put on last year, Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy is back to his NFL combine weight, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. “Lacy definitely has returned to the 2015 frame when team sources say he was anywhere from 255 to 265 pounds.” Packers […]

Packers' Eddie Lacy lands on IR, needs surgery on injured ankle

kb The Green Bay Packers do not yet know if running back Eddie Lacy’s season is over, but the bad news is that he’s out indefinitely, expected to have surgery on his injured ankle soon. ESPN’s Adam Schefter and NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport first had the news. Show More Summary

Eddie Lacy Injury Update: Packers RB to Be Placed on IR, Will Require Surgery

Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy's 2016 season may have come to an end due to an ankle injury suffered in Week 6. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Lacy will have ankle surgery and be placed on injured reserve. NFL Network's...Show More Summary

MLS playoff race registers two least-viewed games on ESPN for entire season

3 hours agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

The penultimate weekend of the 2016 MLS regular season this past weekend was the league’s worst on ESPN. Sunday’s playoff race matches, which featured Portland Timbers vs. Colorado Rapids (178,000 viewers) and Montreal Impact against Toronto FC (161,000 viewers), were two of the lowest rated programs for the entire day on ESPN. Show More Summary

NBA Fan Makes Fool of Himself During ESPN Broadcast By Spitting Up Beer For Some Reason

3 hours agoNews : Mediaite

Okay, you’re Hubie Brown. You’re analyzing an NBA game in the second person, as you have a long-established penchant for doing. As you turn towards your broadcast partner, you see something out of the corner of your eye. A man is spitting up beer all over himself. You see his pal whispering to him with […]

LeSean McCoy not on hand for Bills practice

Bills running back LeSean McCoy wasn’t able to finish practice yesterday. He wasn’t able to begin it today. Via Mike Rodak of, the league’s second-leading rusher was not on hand for the start of Bills practice Thursday. Bills coach Rex Ryan said yesterday that McCoy had some “tightness” in his hamstring and was getting checked…

Your 2016 Week 8 college football announcing schedule

Thursday, October 20 7 PM- Miami-FL at Virginia Tech (ESPN) Dave Flemming, Jesse Palmer, Laura Rutledge 7:30 PM- Troy at South Alabama (ESPNU) Mark Neely, Jay Walker 10:15 PM- BYU at Boise State (ESPN) Jason Bennetti, Kelly Stouffer,...Show More Summary

Celtics fan videobombs ESPN broadcast by hilariously drooling beer on his shirt

Anytime a basketball broadcast does that up-close shot of the team calling the game, it’s a risk for a videobomb from a fan in the (...)

Miami-VT and Boise State-BYU: Start times, TV coverage, and live streaming for Thursday's games

Week 8 kicks off with three games Thursday night. College football’s back on television Thursday night, and it’s a quality pre-weekend slate. An ESPN doubleheader features a Miami-Virginia Tech battle for ACC Coastal positioning, and BYU visits No. Show More Summary

Deadspin ESPN’s Darren Rovell: I’m A Robot, I Pity The Humans | The Slot Trump Was Birthering When t

Deadspin ESPN’s Darren Rovell: I’m A Robot, I Pity The Humans | The Slot Trump Was Birthering When the Bin Laden Raid Went Down | Gizmodo Report: Ecuador Has Been Sick of Julian Assange ‘for Months’ | The Slot The Audience Laughed When Donald Trump Said No One Respects Women More Than Him | Read more...

College football Week 8 TV schedule: It’s Alabama-Texas A&M and not much else

8 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

It’s about time for one of those truly wacky weekends, no? All times Eastern. Home team listed first. Thursday, Oct. 20 Time Game TV 7 Virginia Tech vs. Miami ESPN 7:30 South Alabama vs. Troy ESPNU 10:15 No. 14 Boise State vs. BYU ESPN Boise State, which hosts BYU, is ranked in the Associated Press […]

Fan dribbles beer all over himself while photobombing ESPN NBA broadcast

13 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

We’ve seen lots of photobombs on sports television over the years, but Wednesday’s photobomb of ESPN’s preseason Knicks-Celtics broadcast from Boston might have been the oddest yet. While Dave Pasch and Hubie Brown were talking about the first-half stats, the man behind them looks directly into the camera and sips his beer. Show More Summary

ESPN’s Darren Rovell: I’m A Robot, I Pity The Humans

14 hours agoSports : Deadspin

ESPN This evening, at 10:21 p.m. EDT, Darren Rovell reached his terrifying final form. Read more...

Carmelo Anthony Rocks A Black Beret On The Cover Of ESPN Magazine, And Has THIS To Say To Colin Kaepernick…

14 hours agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Bossip

Carmelo Anthony Covers ESPN Magazine’s October Issue Carmelo Anthony spearheaded the athlete anti-police brutality/Black Lives Matter movement by calling on his fellow ball players to task on using their influence to speak out. Now, with Colin Kaepernick inspiring others across

Man videobombs ESPN broadcast by drooling beer all over his shirt

When fans in the crowd find themselves on TV they react in a lot of different ways. This guy may have reacted in the most unique way yet. Celtics fan uses 7 secs of TV time to drool beer all over himself — The Cauldron (ICYMI) (@CauldronICYMI) October 20, 2016 On the one hand, that seems like a pointless waste of beer. Show More Summary

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