Posts Tagged: ESPN

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BREAKING: ESPN Investigates Ongoing Matt Stafford Bridge Collapse Situation

By StuScott Booyahs | 49 comments

And we have some breaking news out of Detroit that has just come into the newsroom.

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ESPN Suspends Bill Simmons Three Weeks For Calling Roger Goodell A Liar

By Johnny Sugar | 164 comments

Only an organizations as terrible as the NFL and ESPN can make Bill Simmons a martyr.

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ESPN report: Yes, the Ravens and NFL tried to cover up the Ray Rice incident

By Big Sandy | 122 comments

It's a pretty damning and detailed report and even suggests that the original two-game suspension to Rice was a favor from Goodell to Bisciotti.

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The Best Way to Build Your Unique Brand is to F–k Pigs, by Darren Rovell

By StuScott Booyahs | 61 comments

What I'd like to discuss today is the sad plight of today's average American: a complete lack of a unique, identifiable brand.


Ray Lewis Offers to Pay Half of Ahmad Brooks Fine

By Tim Schavitz | 10 comments

Stu Scott: Next up on Monday Night Countdown, we take a look at one of the more disturbing hits this week when Ahmad Brooks took a shot at Drew Breeā€¦ Ray: This is the most embarrassing call in the National Football League since the tuck rule and Tom Brady.

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Junk Touching: An Alarming New NFL Trend

By Christmas Ape | 24 comments

Here's an incredibly inane segment from NFL Live in which Mark Schlereth is disgusted and outraged by the what he deems a recent trend of NFL players accidentally coming in contact with each others' junk.

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Taiwanese Animators Gag On ESPN For Pulling Out Of The Concussion Documentary

By Christmas Ape | 8 comments

There's been a lot of reaction in the past week since it came out that the NFL persuaded ESPN to back out of the Frontline documentary on concussions in football that is airing in October.

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Roger Goodell Clips ESPN’s Balls

By Christmas Ape | 59 comments

ESPN has an extensive history of focusing the aim and the scrutiny of its coverage based on the network's financial interests in a given sport.