Now that Ray Lewis is retired and now an ESPN employee, any outrageous comments that come out of his mouth will be scrutinized. So he knows he has to be really careful. But Lewis seemingly forgot about being careful about what he says in public during an appearance on NFL Films’ “America’ Game” series.
From ESPN: “The New England Patriots have released polarizing quarterback Tim Tebow, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Tebow, who signed with the Patriots in June, struggled to find consistency throughout the preseason. He never seriously threatened Ryan Mallett for the backup job behind Tom Brady.” Fin.
On Thursday, seemingly out the blue, PBS announced that ESPN had decided to abandon a joint project between ESPN and Frontline around concussion issues in the NFL. The project involved two websites: League of Denial and Concussion Watch and an upcoming documentary also called League of Denial. Since PBS made the announcement, ESPN personnel have […]
“The six-count grand jury indictment charges Hernandez with killing 27-year-old Odin Lloyd, a semi-professional football player from Boston who was dating the sister of Hernandez’s girlfriend. It also contains weapons counts, according to the Fall River division of Bristol County Superior Court.” [AP]
There are two things that I’m beginning to notice about ESPN NFL Analyst Ron Jaworksi. He likes to make very strong statements about quarterbacks in the NFL. (See: Joe Flacco has the strongest arm in the NFL) He likes to make very strong statements about quarterbacks in the NFL that cause most to roll their […]
Well, well, well. This is quickly getting quite interesting. On Tuesday, we brought you comments from Robert Griffin III that sounded one way, but were clearly meant in another. Those comments, if you recall, centered around Griffin sharing that he doesn’t think Donovan McNabb is an idiot, when he clearly does, and that it’s best […]