Bill Simmons believes the NFL had a role in his departure from ESPN because of all of his criticism of Roger Goodell.
“Mike and the Mad Dog” fans will finally get their ultimate fix of the legendary New York sports radio show when the program is covered as the subject of an upcoming “30 for 30̶
Former Major Leaguer Eric Byrnes is now an analyst for MLB Network, and regular viewers know him for his energetic and enthusiastic analysis. On Saturday night, he was at it again.
ESPN, and Grantland in particular, are still feeling the aftershocks of Bill Simmons’s departure. Now, several of Grantland’s staffers are leaving to join up with their old boss.
ESPN’s Jessica Mendoza on Thursday got a chance to address being the target of a sexist social media rant, and it is no surprise that she took the high road.
Bill Simmons has made it a mission to trash ESPN seemingly every chance he gets now that he has begun a new era with HBO, and one of his former coworkers is tired of having to sit back and take it.
Atlanta radio host Mike Bell has been suspended by his radio station for going on a nasty Twitter protest of Jessica Mendoza calling an MLB playoff game for ESPN.
If there’s one thing Jason Whitlock is really good at, it’s being able to provoke conversation and stay relevant.