ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter has apologized for overlooking an event last week when tweeting about how refreshing the arrival of the 2020 NFL Draft was for sports fans. He has since apologized.
Adam Schefter created a firestorm Tuesday when he indicated that “signs” point toward Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles organization parting ways at season’s end.
Presumably to kick-off ESPN’s wall-to-wall coverage of the 2013 NFL Kickoff on Thursday — the best day of the year every year — ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter attempted to fire up t
Thanks, Adam. Much appreciated.
Good golly. Gee whiz. Additional exclamation of exasperated annoyance.
Of course he was, indeed, Adam Schefter. Of course he was. And do you want to know why? Because Tim Tebow is awesome, that’s why.
I don’t know about anyone else out there in Internetland, but count me among those who are very relieved that ESPN’s Adam Schefter will finally be able to get some sleep tonight now that
In a prompt response to ‘High-Five Heard ‘Round The World’ (seriously, has a high-five from throughout human history ever generated more commentary than the one between Hannah Storm
Adam Schefter, along with Chris Mortensen, are ESPN’s much ballyhooed “NFL Insider” tandem.
While I greeted the fact that ESPN issued a release announcing that Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen will once again make their way across this great land to cover NFL training camps in something tW
Screw the Miracle On Ice. Kirk Gibson’s dramatic home run in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series? Bah. Michael Jordan’s “The Shot” during Game 6 of the 1988 NBA Finals? Puh-leeze.