Bethenny Frankel is broke, Jeremy Renner got married, Miles Teller clears up critical Divergent comments, Keith Olbermann isn't on the Derek Jeter bandwagon, and more in today's Last Lap.
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NFL fans don't agree with Eric Holder, Keith Olbermann, and Hillary Clinton on the Washington Redskins. A Sports Illustrated/Marketing & Research Resources poll of 500 NFL fans found that 79 percent of them do not consider the nickname of Washington's NFL team offensive. Show More Summary
Last week SNY host Chris Carlin called Derek Jeter a “fraud.” However, he didn’t offer a very nuanced argument for his position, because he’s really just a sports talk radio troll who managed to get a gig on TV. The Keith Olbermann Jeter rant you’re about to watch is different. I wouldn’t say he “destroys” […]
Look away, Yankees fans — there is no Re2pect happening here Sports commentator Keith Olbermann proved that he is the ultimate Red Sox fan when he tore into Derek Jeter's career during his eponymous show on Tuesday, claiming that Jeter...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann had few words of praise for Derek Jeter while summing up the retiringYankee captain's career.
KeithOlbermannhasbeenonanonstopteareversincehegotbackintothebusinessofHOTSPORTSTAKES,andtodayhereallylaiditalloutthereandtestedhisluckbyattemptingtotakedowntheathleteofthemoment–DerekJeter.TheCaptain’sfarewelltour iscomingtoanend,buShow More Summary
For anyone who is fed up with Derek Jeter's season-long victory parade and all of the muck that it has produced, this nearly seven-minute monologue from Keith Olbermann will feel downright pornographic. Read more...
Keith Olbermann turned his EVISCERATIN' blade upon Derek Jeter Tuesday and made some incisive points: This prolonged farewell tour, which has been as much about selling crap as it has about honoring Jeter, is extremely gross. And the...Show More Summary
When ESPN2 was launched in 1993, it was meant to be the younger, hip companion to ESPN. Keith Olbermann, Stuart Scott and Suzy Kolber were part of the channel. It was heavy on sports that were supposed to attract the younger sports fan...Show More Summary
A relative lull in the relentless news about the NFL and how it is responding to the scandal of domestic violence and child abuse that is rocking it gave ESPN’s Keith Olbermann time to take a look at Hope Solo, who is playing for the U.S. women’s national soccer team with a court case on […]
Over the pond in America, US sports, the NFL in particular, are currently having their reputation torn to shreds in relation to a series of domestic abuse charges. Ray Rice (Ravens) and Adrian Peterson (Vikings) have both been suspended from the NFL after the players were charged with beating their spouse and four year old son respectively. […]
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s attempt at a mea culpa press conference Friday did nothing to appease ESPN’s Keith Olbermann, who used the opening segment of his show to denounce his actions as too little, too late.
Keith Olbermann of Fox Sports Net ESPN MSNBC Current ESPN2 released the 1979 version of his resume on Twitter Thursday night as an act of solidarity with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady
Few Americans agree with ESPN's Keith Olbermann and the National Organization for Women that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell should resign. An NBC/Marist poll found that just 29 percent of Americans surveyed believe the commissioner should leave his post because of the alleged criminal behavior of several high-profile players. Show More Summary
"Bye, Felicia!" "Who issues a press release at 12:52 AM? People who have just seen this scoreboard." Watch this to the end because the Vikings Bros In Suits "Get Things Right" supercut is terrific.
Comparedtothedevastationandslaughter thatKeithOlbermannraineddownontheNFLandtheMinnesotaVikingsoverthepastfewdays,tonight’ssegmentwasabitmoretame.Youdon’thavetodomuchwhenthingsarebasicallyunfoldingexactlyasonewouldexpect.SponsorsbegShow More Summary
Bill Maher pulled off a pretty amazing feat tonight: doing his HBO show live, then running across D.C. and doing a live stand-up show. And to entertain viewers in the meantime, surprise guests Michael Moore and Keith Olbermann did play-by-play commentary of Maher's run.