PJ Rose may have won over some new fans.
Michael Sam hasn’t faced the same venom Jason Collins did, and that’s a beautiful development.
The Cubs didn’t need to publicly defend their mascot.
ESPN host Dan Le Batard acknowledged Wednesday he gave his baseball Hall of Fame ballot to the website Deadspin because he detests the “hypocrisy” in the voting process.
Tim Tebow will continue chasing his goal to be a NFL quarterback, even after signing on to help ESPN launch the SEC Network this fall.
Here’s a heads up to all NFL general managers and team presidents: Stop firing your head coach with the hopes of hiring Jon Gruden.
Tim Tebow is coming back to a television near you.
In Mike Ditka’s defense, acting as a spokesman for hundreds of products both locally and nationally has to be taxing.
Take this as a reminding sign next to your proverbial teleprompter, if you will, and save yourself the risk of some very big headaches and maybe even an epiphany in the future. You’ll thank me.
Now, Ditka called Martin a “baby” and said he wouldn’t want him on his team.
Three weeks before the start of the NBA season, Magic Johnson abruptly announced he will be leaving ESPN’s NBA Countdown.
It’s not joy, just relief.
ESPN analyst John Kruk has left the television booth at Dodger Stadium after becoming dehydrated.
Days before the much-anticipated launch of FOX Sports 1, columnist Jason Whitlock is leaving the network to return to ESPN.
Keith Olbermann is rejoining ESPN to host a late-night show.
The usually-solid Jeremy Schaap from ESPN had a small – but crucial – slip of the tongue while reporting on the investigation Wednesday night
This can’t be real.
Chicago has dealt with enough awfulness that I feel we have more fans in this town that “get it;” “it” being, yeah, losing sucks, but I don’t have to look at this as just a black and white, did they win or did they lose issue.
On the same day NBA center Jason Collins came out of the closet as a gay man, ESPN’s Chris Broussard made his feelings on homosexuality known.
If we’re going to criticize ESPN when they do something bad, terrible or awful, then we must give them credit for something cool.