The Nationals may not have beaten the Orioles, or had a dominant home field advantage in Game 1 of the Battle of the Beltways, but at least their fans were trolled by an NFL reporter all game long.
CBS has announced pairings for its 2014 NFL broadcast coverage, partnering newcomer Trent Green with veteran play-by-play announcer Greg Gumbel. See the full lineup, including newcomers Tony Gonzalez and Bart Scott.
The Wizards shifted the balance of power with a win in Game 1 of their series with the Bulls, but that could be short-live, one NBA expert for CBS Sports, Matt Moore, predicts: “Bulls to Blow Out Washington.”
Former NFL quarterback Trent Green will join CBS Sports as a game analyst for the 2014 NFL season, chairman Sean McManus announced on Tuesday.
Jim Rome smashed Wizards big man Marcin Gortat on Tuesday, for his desire for fighting to be allowed in NBA games, and be handled much in the same way as it is in the NHL.
With the NFL Combine in full bore and the 2014 Draft only months away, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports ponders if Kirk Cousins could even garner a 3rd-round pick on the trade market.
The National Football League is expected to institute a new rule making it a 15-year penalty if a player says the “N-word” on the field, according to the head of the foundation that monitors diversity in the league.
Allie LaForce — co-host of CBS Sports Network’s “Lead Off!” — recently caught up with 106.7 The Fan’s Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier, and spoke about navigating the treacherous waters of being taken seriously as a female reporting professional sports.
Bart Scott ripped Mike Shanahan on Sunday, calling him a dinosaur who’s going to find himself out of the league like Billick, Green, Gruden, Cowher, Fassel, Schottenheimer, and Fontes.
Jason La Canfora sounded off on Mike Shanahan shortly after the reports broke Wednesday that Kirk Cousins would start the remainder of the season, and Robert Griffin III will spend the last three games on the inactive list.