Cris Carter has not made his regular appearances on FOX Sports 1 for the past week now, and that is because the Hall of Famer is no longer with the network.
Kevin Harlan is so, so good at his job. The guy is smooth as a play-by-play announcer, has excellent energy, and a sense of humor to match.
The Cleveland Browns have been stomping on the hearts of their fans for generations, and 2019 is certainly no different.
Cris Carter has been notably absent from his typical spot with FOX Sports 1’s “First Things First” morning show since last Thursday, and there have been conflicting reports about why
Tony Romo and Jim Nantz tried something new out during Sunday’s telecast of the Green Bay Packers-Los Angeles Chargers game in Carson, Calif.
ESPN has faced a lot of criticism for airing a personal moment from the New York Jets’ Week 7 game against the New England Patriots, and it appears there could be some consequences for the netw
A new ownership group in charge of well-known blog Deadspin attempted to enforce a “stick to sports” policy and exercise greater editorial control over the site’s content, which led
Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield got into it with ESPN Cleveland reporter Tony Grossi on Wednesday, but this is not the first time the pair haven’t seen eye-to-eye.