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Articles tagged: espn

ESPN apologizes for referencing false report about Patriots videotaping

ESPN apologized to the New England Patriots during an episode of SportsCenter early Thursday morning in the wake of multiple references to a false report. Over the past few weeks, more than one ESPN employee has brought up the 2008 report from the Boston Herald that claimed the Patriots filmed the St. Louis Rams’ walkthrough…Read More

Bob Costas rips ESPN for giving Caitlyn Jenner its courage award

Shortly after Bruce Jenner unveiled her new identity and introduced herself to the world as Caitlyn Jenner, ESPN announced that it would be presenting the Olympic gold medalist with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs in July. Bob Costas thinks that is a shame. During an interview with “The Dan Patrick Show” on…Read More

Jay Glazer calls ESPN ‘lying bastards’ for stealing Johnny Manziel report

Jay Glazer of FOX Sports was the first person to report that Johnny Manziel will start against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 15. Not surprisingly, ESPN was hesitant to acknowledge that. Shortly after Glazer tweeted that the Cleveland Browns have informed Manziel he is taking over for Brian Hoyer, ESPN coincidentally obtained the same information…Read More

ESPN: We did not steal from Tosh.0

ESPN says it did not get the idea for its “Awesome Video Segment” from Daniel Tosh’s popular “Web Redemption” feature, no matter how similar the two segments may seem. On Wednesday, an ESPN spokesperson told TMZ that the similarities between “Awesome Video Segment” and “Web Redemption are a mere coincidence — even the use of…Read More

Daniel Tosh unloads on ESPN for ripping off ‘Web Redemption’ segment

ESPN recently unveiled a new segment on SportsCenter that is called “Awesome Video Segment.” If you are a Tosh.0 fan and know what a “Web Redemption” is, you know already know the premise of “Awesome Video Segment.” Like Tosh, ESPN has decided to interview people who have been publicly embarrassed by some sort of viral…Read More

ESPN admits to paraphrasing text messages between Ray Rice and Steve Bisciotti

When ESPN’s Outside the Lines released its bombshell report that exposed the Baltimore Ravens for allegedly covering up the Ray Rice elevator video, one of the most interesting chunks of information involved some text messages that team owner Steve Bisciotti sent to Rice after releasing him. The general idea of Bisciotti’s offer to Rice was…Read More

Brandon Marshall accuses ESPN of lying to him about E:60 profile

ESPN aired its latest “E:60” feature on Tuesday night with Brandon Marshall as the subject, and the Chicago Bears wide receiver is not pleased with the way the segment turned out. According to Marshall, ESPN and reporter Lisa Salters misled him about the angle they were going to take with the profile. “E:60 is running…Read More

ESPN.com is launching a makeover

Many of you sports junkies are going to be in for a surprise in the near future when you visit the World Wide Leader’s world wide web page. ESPN.com will soon be launching its first redesign in over five years, with an aim toward making the website more mobile-friendly and responsive. As you can see…Read More

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