Today, November 27, 2017 is the 10th anniversary of Sean Taylor’s death. Here is a terrific, emotional video from Sunday’s NFL Countdown on the brilliant but short career of the Redskins star safety.
ESPN pays billions of dollars a year for Monday Night Football and a playoff game. With the network losing thousands of subscribers a month currently, James Andrew Miller lays out why it’s not unthinkable to think that ESPN could abandon the NFL.
ESPN host Michael Wilbon on Monday compared Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, to a slave owner for his response to NFL national anthem protests.
Essentially calling Dallas Cowboys fans racist and for the boycott of the NFL over Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ remarks gets Jemele Hill suspended.
For the 2nd time in nine months, Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers tore the hearts out of Cowboy Nation. ESPN’s First Take discussed the collapse.
I just finished watching ‘Believeland’, a terrific ESPN 30 for 30 sports documentary film on Cleveland, OH sports from Director Andy Billman. It’s fantastic.
ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith on First Take calls out Colin Kaepernick for being a hypocrite for not voting in Tuesday’s election and he’s absolutely right.
So sad to hear of Stuart Scott’s passing today. The New York Post has a collection of the ten best This is SportsCenter ads Stuart was in. Enjoy!