ESPN’s Jemele Hill has made plenty of public comments since this fall’s controversies over her tweets calling President Trump a white supremacist (which didn’t get her suspended) and saying that Dallas Cowboys’ fans who disagreed with Jerry Jones’ anti-protest comments should boycott team sponsors (which did get her suspended). Show More Summary
Once suspended ESPN anchor tells Al Sharpton that Trump pushes “racial porn” ESPN’s Jemele Hill, who was suspended for two weeks months ago for calling President Donald Trump a “white supremacist” on her personal Twitter account, appeared on Rev. Al Sharpton’s show “Politics Nation” and accused...
We’ve seen this time and time again ever since Tom Brady was suspended for four games for being generally aware of footballs being deflated. Patriots felt as if ESPN magnified the story to more than what it should’ve been and the fan base has been against the World wide leader in sports ever since. Numerous […]
Geddert coached the 2012 gold medal winning Olympic team. USA Gymnastics suspended former U.S. women’s gymnastics national team coach John Geddert on Monday, according to the Lansing State Journal and ESPN. Geddert operated two gymsShow More Summary
Chris Paul, James Harden, and Blake Griffin will all avoid punishment for their roles in the fight. Houston Rockets players Trevor Ariza and Gerald Green have both been suspended for two games, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski....Show More Summary
Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis are no longer employed by ESPN after an internal investigation into sexual harassment that allegedly occurred at the NFL Network where they both formerly worked. The sports network initially suspended the...Show More Summary
An October lawsuit from a former NFL Network employee alleging sexual harassment from many figures at the network saw its details revealed in early December, leading to NFL Network suspending several of its analysts, plus ESPN suspending Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis and The Ringer suspending Bill Simmons Media Group president Eric Weinberger. Show More Summary
A month after suspending Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis amid sexual harassment allegations, ESPN has parted ways with the ex-NFL players.
Mike Evans criticized himself for what he calls a “bulls— move” done “in the heat of the moment” and intends to apologize to Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore for it Sunday, via Jenna Laine of ESPN. The league suspended the Buccaneers receiver for one game after Evans charged Lattimore, hitting the rookie in the back during [more]
The last straw before the Giants suspended Eli Apple might have been his actions at practice Wednesday. Apple “had some sort of argument” with coaches, including cornerbacks coach Tim Walton, via ESPN. The Giants pointed to “a pattern of behavior that is conduct detrimental to the team” when announcing Apple’s suspension for Week 17. Apple’s [more]
Former NFL Network employee Eric Davis had his tenure end with the network quietly years ago, but no one knew exactly why and he quickly found another job at ESPN, but is currently suspended after a former wardrobe stylist for NFL Network named him in a lawsuit for bad workplace behavior. Eric Davis (former on-air talent) — […]
ESPN may not have faced a more explosive controversy this year than the one(s) surrounding SportsCenter anchor Jemele Hill’s tweets. Quick recap: In September, Hill tweeted that President Trump was a white supremacist, sparking full-throated outrage from conservatives. Show More Summary
The hit was dangerous, and not necessary. Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis has been suspended two games by the NFL for a hit he placed on Packers wide receiver Davante Adams in Week 15, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The NFL noted...Show More Summary
What a interesting time in sports it has been over the past week or so, as we have seen employees suspended due to sexual harassment claims and an NFL owner stating he is selling his franchise following claims of workplace misconduct. On Monday, John Skipper rocked the sports world once again when he announced his decision to […]
What started in Hollywood, then politics, has made its way into the sports world. Over a week after NFL Network had to suspend a few employees for allegations of sexual misconduct and ESPN having to do the same, now allegations are starting to hit actual teams. The Carolina Panthers might have a huge problem on […]
Days after ESPN suspended Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis amid claims they sexually harassed a female employee while at NFL Network, the network is facing a new set of allegations. The Boston Globe on Thursday published a lengthy report...Show More Summary
AND THUS, ESPN COMES FULL CIRCLE: ESPN Suspends Donovan McNabb, Eric Davis Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations. Kind of ironic to see McNabb’s name in that headline, considering the tangential role he played in ESPN’s first declaration that conservatives were not invited to be fans of the NFL. Related: NFL Network Suspends Marshall Faulk, Two Others […]
The two former NFL players will not appear on ESPN as it investigates harassment claims against them during their time at NFL Network.
ESPN has reportedly suspended Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis after a lawsuit filed Monday night alleged they sexually harassed a coworker while working for NFL Network. McNabb and Davis will not appear on ESPN or ESPN Radio airwaves as the network investigates the claims. Show More Summary
NFL Network and ESPN are losing some analysts, with an investigation underway.