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Sunday, January 25, 2015


Artie Lange apologizes to Cari Champion over sexual slave fantasy

Comedian Artie Lange apologized to Cari Champion Wednesday for tweets he sent Tuesday morning about the ESPN “First Take” host. Lange, who has hosted his own radio show and is known for his role on “The Howard Stern Show,” talked about his crush on Champion while watching “First Take.” The comedian then revealed a sexual…Read More

Artie Lange shares sexual slave fantasy about ESPN host Cari Champion

Comedian Artie Lange went off the rails on Tuesday when he sent a series of tweets about a slave-based sexual fantasy he has about ESPN host Cari Champion. Lange, who recently hosted a sports and entertainment radio show called “The Artie Lange Show,” talked about watching “First Take” on ESPN and how he had a…Read More

Jay Gruden blasts Britt McHenry over RG3 report

Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden blasted ESPN reporter Britt McHenry over what she reported about Robert Griffin III prior to Sunday’s game against the Vikings. During ESPN’s pregame show on Sunday, McHenry reported that several Redskins players did not know Griffin would be starting until it came out in the media. She also said…Read More

Mike Goldberg pulled off Fox NFL broadcast after one game

Mike Goldberg called his first NFL game for Fox on Sunday, and he may never get an opportunity to do it again. Goldberg, who has done mostly UFC broadcast work, was scheduled to work Sunday’s game between the Minnesota Vikings and Buffalo Bills this weekend. According to Pro Football Talk, he has been replaced by…Read More

Shelley Smith announces she has breast cancer

Longtime ESPN reporter Shelley Smith announced on Wednesday that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. “I now join the one in eight women who are battling breast cancer,” Smith wrote on Twitter. “Early detection will save my life. Tell loved ones. My tough cancer treatment will begin in January. Until then, I spread the…Read More

Bill Simmons appears to be enjoying his suspension

Bill Simmons’ three-week suspension from ESPN for his comments about Roger Goodell and for daring the company to suspend him encompasses all social media. That meant no Twitter, no Facebook, and we’re guessing no Instagram. But if you’re going to bend the rules, this is how to do it. Hope The Sports Guy is enjoying…Read More

Bill Simmons podcast pulled by ESPN

ESPN suspended Bill Simmons for three weeks on Wednesday in response to comments the personality made on his podcast earlier in the week, and the powerful network even took the step of pulling the audio from the Grantland website. On his “BS Report” podcast posted on Monday, Simmons called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a “liar”…Read More

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