ESPN has suspended D.C.-based reporter Britt McHenry after a video surfaced online showing the 28-year-old berating a towing company worker.
Stuart Scott, the longtime “SportsCenter” anchor and ESPN personality known for his known for his enthusiasm and ubiquity, has died at age 49.
According to an ESPN report, the Redskins plan to offer senior executive A.J. Smith an expanded role in the front office this month.
Here are five interesting moments in sports you may have missed this week.
DeSean Jackson made multiple appearances Sunday on FOX’s game day coverage, saying he stood up in the Redskins locker room in defense of RGIII last week.
Kedric Golston, one of the most-tenured voices in the Redskins locker room, debunks some reports surrounding the team in the last few days and weeks.
106.7 The Fan’s Redskins beat reporter Brian McNally explains how Redskins teammates shouting down RGIII in an interview was taken out of context and led to the team’s latest PR debacle.
ESPN has suspended Bill Simmons three weeks for calling NFL commissioner Roger Goodell “a liar.”
Baltimore Ravens executives including owner Steve Bisciotti, president Dick Cass and general manager Ozzie Newsome, knew about former running back Ray Rice punching his fiancée inside an Atlantic City casino elevator shortly after it happened in February, according to an ESPN “Outside the Lines” report release Friday.
An ESPN poll of current Redskins players revealed one unnamed player feels the team name should be changed.