Troy Aikman hates Skip Bayless. Aikman’s hate for Bayless goes back years. As far back to when Aikman was the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys and Bayless was covering him at the Dallas Morning News.
Criticism of Colin Kaepernick by Boomer Esiason caused ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith to share a recent encounter he had with a police officer.
ESPN NFL insider Chris Mortensen has been away from the network for the past few months battling Stage IV throat cancer. During this time, Mortensen has been receiving intensive chemotherapy and radiation and on Wednesday he announced some positive news.
The Indianapolis Colts and the Philadelphia Eagles had their dress rehearsal in preseason game No. 3 on Saturday night. The Eagles came away with the 33-23 as both teams had their starting units play the most snaps of the preseason.
Stephen A. Smith initially made a name for himself on the NBA beat where he built impeccable sources. Smith worked his way to almost every NBA circle there was which ultimately led to Smith being the first and maybe only person reporting that LeBron James would leave Cleveland and sign with the Miami Heat.
Longtime ESPN personality John Saunders has passed away according to ESPN. Saunders was a studio host and did play-by-play, but he was best known for hosting The Sports Reporters on Sunday.
Charles Barkley has lots of opinions. And he has no problem sharing those opinions with the world. His basketball opinions, no matter how outlandish they can get, has made him one of the top television personalities in the sports world. TNT has ridden Barkley’s mouth to multiple Sports Emmys and ratings that blow all other […]
I think that it has been well documented that ESPN has been losing some of their best commentators and personalities to their competitors. With ESPN dealing with a budget crisis, some people have decided to leave for greener pastures.
Everyone has an opinion on the D’Angelo Russell dustup. So of course, Stephen A. Smith also has an opinion on all of this. And a loud one at that.
It’s pretty clear that Doug Gottlieb has decided that he wants a college basketball head coaching job. It’s also pretty clear that he’s using his platform at CBS Sports to get in the conversation for open jobs. There’s nothing wrong with that necessarily, it just seems odd to see him linked to multiple jobs all […]