Having already designated reliever Brian Wilson for assignment, the Los Angeles Dodgers decided to release the 32-year-old. Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times broke news of the move: Wilson had a strong first season with the Dodgers, posting a 0.66 earned run average and striking out 13 batters in 13.2 innings. Show More Summary
Sony hacking fallout gets more serious. LAPD adopts body cameras for 7,000 officers and will reform its crime stats methods. Court-appointed panel will monitor LA jails. Dov Charney out at American Apparel. Dodgers axe Brian Wilson. Plus more.
With his oversized beard, tattoo-covered arms and bizarre persona, Brian Wilson was made for Hollywood. He just couldn't get enough hitters out.
Think it’s not a very different world under the Dodgers’ new management team? Then you’d better hitch up the britches and get ready for an entirely new kind of wild ride.
He still gets his $9.5 million, but it won't come to him in a Dodgers' uniform. The Dodgers have designated reliever Brian Wilson for assignment, and are being very honest about why they are doing it. Wilson was signed by the previous...Show More Summary
On the latest Eye on Football Podcast, Will Brinson and Ryan Wilson theorize why the Browns would stick with Brian Hoyer over Johnny Manziel.
CNN Correspondent Brian Todd reported that former Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson has a detail of off-duty police officers protecting him and his family from death threats that "don't seem to be subsiding" on Tuesday's "Situation Room." "He's been threatened over the phone, in e-mails, on social media. Show More Summary
YouTube Brian speaks with Inside Edition's Jim Moret about secret, off-the-record meetings between reporters and Darren Wilson.
BRIAN WILSON, 32, reliever.
A quick observation of quarterbacks Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel and how they played in the Cleveland Browns' 26-10 loss in Week 13: The Browns' quarterback situation finally combusted in Ralph Wilson Stadium, with coach Mike Pettine...Show More Summary
The Cleveland Browns will strike big on the road this Sunday when they roll into Ralph Wilson Stadium to battle the Buffalo Bills. Over the next several slides I'll present five bold predictions for this Week 13 matchup. Brian Hoyer's zero-touchdown, three-interception performance in Atlanta last weekend was as ugly as they come. Show More Summary
After CNN's Brian Stelter broke news Sunday that a quintet of news hosts were vying for the first televised interview of Ferguson officer Darren Wilson, rumors spread that ABC News' George Stephanopoulos was the frontrunner. Sure enough, not twenty-four hours after the grand jury declined to indict Wilson, he taped with the This Week host.
Contrary to what Brian Williams said last night, the grand jury didn't "fail" to indict Darren Wilson. They rendered a decision based on the evidence. What would Williams call indicting a law enforcement officer just to placate an angry...Show More Summary
Brian Williams will anchor “NBC Nightly News” from Ferguson, Missouri tonight following the grand jury’s decision to not indict police officer Darren Wilson. Former MSNBC host Karen Finney is joining Media Matters as a Senior Fellow and consultant. Show More Summary
The tally of damage mounted Tuesday morning in the wake of the grand jury decision not to indict Darren Wilson. At least 61 people were arrested, said St. Louis County Police Sgt. Brian Schellman. Charges ranged from burglary to trespassing to receiving stolen property. Show More Summary
A day after CNN’s Brian Stelter reported a collection of network news anchors had met privately with Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, Politico reports ABC’s George Stephanopoulos is “poised” to land the first interview. Show More Summary
It was revealed today on “Reliable Sources” with CNN’s Brian Stelter that “high-profile news anchors” have spoken in “secret locations” with Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, the man who shot Michael Brown dead. The meetings have reportedly been off-the-record. Wilson has been elusive since the shooting death of the unarmed teenager. In fact, he has [...]
CNN’s Brian Stelter reports that several network news anchors have met with Darren Wilson, the Ferguson, MO police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown on Aug. 9. As a grand jury decides whether Wilson should be charged with a crime in the case, Stelter named at least five news anchors who have met in secret with Wilson. Show More Summary
Shortly after CNN's Brian Stelter reported that a number of news anchors, including two at CNN, had met privately with officer Darren Wilson in hopes of securing a televised interview, Anderson Cooper confirmed that he had done so. Shortly after that began the theories that news anchors were in collusion with Wilson to skew coverage, something Cooper dismissed.
Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter broke news Sunday morning: according to his sources, multiple major news anchors have spoken to Officer Darren Wilson in hopes of securing a televised interview. The meetings were secret and off-the-record, and the news organizations would not even confirm that they had happened.