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Sources: Ga. Tech suspends assistant LaBarrie

Georgia Tech assistant coach Darryl LaBarrie has been suspended, sources told ESPN.

DUMB AS A BRICK=> Jemele Hill Takes Another Pot Shot at Cowboys After Being Suspended!

As previously reported, ESPN pundit, Jemele Hill was so upset that Jerry Jones warned Cowboys players to stand for the Anthem that she called for people to boycott his advertisers. Liberals aren’t the sharpest tools in the shed. ESPN...Show More Summary

Vontaze Burfict not fined for contact with official

We knew earlier in the week Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict was not going to be suspended for making contact with an official last week. But according to Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com, he wasn’t even fined for the move. The contact in question didn’t reach the level of the Marshawn Lynch pushing an official, which drew [more]

ESPN’s Seth Greenberg yells that LiAngelo Ball should be suspended for a year, Jay Williams says “stop that”

After LiAngelo Ball and UCLA Bruins teammates Cody Riley and Jalen Hill were charged with shoplifting on a preseason trip to China, detained after the team’s departure, and eventually released and sent back to the U.S. following the intervention of U.S. Show More Summary

Report: ESPN to Announce Mass Layoffs Just in Time For Christmas

Exactly one month after ESPN suspended host Jamele Hill for calling on people on boycott NFL advertisers, Sports Illustrated reported that the Disney-owned cable sports channel will lay off up to 100 employees, potentially including on-air personalities like Hill. Show More Summary

A.J. Green will not be suspended

The NFL will not suspend Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green for his ejection Sunday. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans, who was not ejected for shoving Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore, is the only player the NFL will suspend for actions in this week’s games. Evans received a one-game suspension. Green, though, can [more]

The Browns are reportedly considering a trade of suspended WR Josh Gordon

ESPN's Adam Schefter says Cleveland might explore a deal now that Gordon's reinstatement may be near

Marshawn Lynch has appeal hearing, decision expected Tuesday

NFL Appeals Officer James Thrash heard Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch‘s appeal Monday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. A decision is expected Tuesday. The NFL suspended Lynch one game for unsportsmanlike conduct. He left the sideline during Thursday’s game against the Chiefs and shoved an official during a skirmish between the teams. Chiefs cornerback Marcus [more]

No suspension for Vontaze Burfict

Le'Veon Bell says he’s got to go. As it turns out, he’s going nowhere. The NFL has decided not to suspend Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict for kicking the head of Steelers fullback Roosevelt Nix, via Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com. The decision seems a bit unusual, given that the NFL supposedly adheres to a system of [more]

ESPN’s Jemele Hill Back at Work after Suspension

Jemele Hill, the ESPN personality that stirred controversy by accusing President Donald Trump of being a white supremacist, is now officially back at work after being suspended by her employer. Hill was suspended due to calling for a boycott of advertisers of NFL games, which would affect her employer. ESPN airs NFL games on its Monday Night […]

Jemele Hill Says That She Deserved EPSN Suspension, But She’ll Never Take Back What She Said [Video]

Jemele Hill Isn’t Surprised That ESPN Suspended Her   ESPN host Jemele Hill stirred controversy after tweeting what everyone already knows about Donald Trump–that he is a white supremacist unfit to serve in the White House. ESPN gave Hill a

ESPN's Jemele Hill Says She Deserved to Be Suspended

Jemele Hill is speaking out about being suspended by ESPN – TMZ Camila Mendes opens up about past struggle with an eating disorder – Just Jared Jr Get the details on Pink and Christina Aguilera‘s former feud – Lainey Gossip Angelina Jolie‘s kids join her on the red carpet – TooFab Kerry Washington denounces Donald [...]

Jemele Hill Says ESPN Was Right To Suspend Her: ‘I Violated The Policy’

Jemele Hill has defended ESPN for suspending her, saying that she deserved it for violating the company’s social media policy, TMZ reports. Hill, a sports journalist, was suspended after one of her tweets seemed to encourage her followers to boycott NFL advertisers. Show More Summary

Lindsay Czarniak on Jemele Hill suspension: “I was just shocked that that was what they decided to suspend her for”

Lindsay Czarniak joined ESPN in 2011, working primarily as a SportsCenter anchor for six years until her most recent contract expired in August. Czarniak had hosted the 6 P.M. edition of SportsCenter prior to ESPN reformatting the timeslot as a showcase for Michael Smith and Jemele Hill, and Czarniak’s role with ESPN was unclear. Show More Summary

Talent agents reportedly telling media clients to stick to sports on social media

When ESPN suspended Jemele Hill for two weeks after she explored the idea of boycotting Dallas Cowboys sponsors, the network made clear that there’s a line its on-air personalities cannot cross when it comes to politics and social issues on social media. Show More Summary

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to be reinstated by Giants after 1-game suspension

The Giants will get back a key defender for their matchup against Seattle. Giants head coach Ben McAdoo will be reinstating cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Tuesday, after suspending him for leaving the team according to ESPN’s...Show More Summary

Social Kinda Wants to Shush ESPN’s Jemele Hill

ESPN host Jemele Hill won’t be in the office for the next two weeks after she was suspended for what the sports network considered inappropriate tweets. The post Social Kinda Wants to Shush ESPN’s Jemele Hill appeared first on The Good Men Project.

AA Weekly Recap: Jemele Hill’s Twitter account is once again a source of controversy

ESPN suspends Jemele Hill for two weeks after suggesting fans boycott Cowboys’ sponsors – October 9th  Jemele Hill was suspended two weeks (with pay) after tweeting fans should boycott the Dallas Cowboys’ sponsors after Jerry Jones said players who are “disrespecting the flag” won’t play. Show More Summary

ESPN suspends Jemele Hill for second violation of social media policy

Jemele Hill was suspended by ESPN after violating the company’s social media policy. (AP) ESPN has announced that it has suspended Jemele Hill, currently co-host of the 6 p.m. weekday “SportsCenter”, affectionately called “The Six,” for two weeks after a second violation of the company’s social media policy. Show More Summary

ESPN Suspends Jemele Hill After She Suggested NFL Advertising Boycott on Twitter

ESPN suspended Jemele Hill on Monday after what the network described as her “second violation of our social media guidelines.” Hill will be sidelined for two weeks after a series of tweets in which she suggested fans boycott DallasShow More Summary

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