At a time when most people are concerned with the health and well-being of Chris Bosh, one radio host is talking about how the forward’s blood clots may actually be beneficial for the team.
Policing the Media
Kathryn Smith made history on Wednesday by becoming the NFL’s first female full-time coach when she was hired by the Buffalo Bills for the role of special teams quality control coach.
One of the hazards of doing locker room interviews after games is the possibility of catching men in partial dress.
Former softball player and two-time Olympic Gold medalist Jessica Mendoza on Tuesday night became the first woman to work as an analyst for an MLB playoff game when she was part of the ESPN AL Wild C
Stephen A. Smith was called out by multiple fans and even his own co-workers after mocking Jay Cutler for suffering an injury against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
There’s joking and then there’s taking things too far.
ESPN reporter Tom Rinaldi got uncomfortably personal with an athlete once again.
Former Super Bowl-winning quarterback Ken Stabler died on Thursday at the age of 69 following a battle with colon cancer.