Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield claimed earlier this week that he and his wife may have seen a UFO in Texas during a drive.
“Inside the NBA,” the centerpiece of TNT’s iconic coverage of the league, is widely regarded as the best sports studio show in television history.
Charles Barkley somehow has 15 nicknames attributed to him on his Basketball Reference page, and his fellow “Inside the NBA” panelists gleefully mocked and ridiculed the Hall of Famer over the robust
Alex Rodriguez will return to the booth in 2021 in his analyst role on ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball,” much to the presumed chagrin of some MLB fans who have at times mocked his occasionally questiona
Charles Barkley seized upon the opportunity during an interview with Brooklyn Nets swingman Joe Harris Thursday night to zing Kevin Durant over the superstar’s standoffish behavior during an appearanc
The graphics department at ESPN was dragged by the Philadelphia Flyers after the organization’s inexplicable omission from a list of NHL teams.
CBS was left with little choice last year but to pay Tony Romo an exorbitant amount of money to keep arguably the best NFL color analyst on television in the fold, and Jim Nantz clearly noticed.
Pat McAfee went scorched earth this week when weighing on the quality of color commentating during NFL telecasts, essentially stating some of the individuals currently occupying network booths are not
One of the more popular segments of ESPN’s weekly pregame coverage ahead of “Monday Night Football” is without question the “C’mon Man” routine led by panelist Randy Moss.
Aaron Rodgers laid waste to ESPN’s much-maligned “Monday Night Football” broadcasting crews by claiming he watches the action on mute when he actually tunes in to games.
Tony Romo has segued seamlessly into broadcasting so impressively he’s already considered the best NFL game analyst in the business, and his $17 million annual salary proves it.
It’s already been a strange start to the 2020 NFL season for Erin Andrews and her NFL on FOX broadcast colleagues.
Erin Andrews and the FOX crew covering the Week 1 showdown between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints were navigating uncharted territory given COVID-19 protocols that compromised their a
Veteran broadcaster Thom Brennaman has spoken out for the first time since he used an anti-gay slur while handling play-by-play duties for a Cincinnati Reds game last month.
Al Michaels will be back this fall as the play-by-play man for “Sunday Night Football,” but some changes are in store related to his role at NBC.