Jemele Hill continues to have few regrets over calling Donald Trump a “white supremacist” in 2017, claiming she was surprised how her comments generated so much controversy.
To say Jason Witten has hit some rough patches during his transition from the gridiron to the broadcaster’s booth would be an understatement.
Doris Burke was the recipient of the Curt Gowdy Media Award this week and singled out two NBA superstars she credits for their support: LeBron James and Chris Paul.
Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer has issued an apology over “wrongly accusing” ESPN of broadcasting a tweet that featured bogus information about him that was made in jest by a sport
ESPN announced on Friday that the network will not air the national anthem this season during broadcasts of “Monday Night Football.
Yu Darvish on Tuesday took the high road when reacting to Alex Rodriguez’s nationally televised hit job on him a few days ago.
Alex Rodriguez criticized Yu Darvish during the broadcast of the Chicago Cubs-St. Louis Cardinals game on ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball.
Jeff Van Gundy was on the call for ESPN’s coverage of Tuesday night’s showdown between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals at TD Garden.
Alex Rodriguez will see his presence on ESPN expand significantly with the announcement of an upcoming interview show.
Sean McDonough almost appears happy to be leaving “Monday Night Football.
Joe Thomas on Wednesday officially announced his retirement from the NFL following a Hall of Fame career spent entirely with the Cleveland Browns.
Jemele Hill defended her controversial remarks about President Donald Trump last fall during an appearance Wednesday as guest co-host on “The View.
Michelle Beadle was not about to allow LaVar Ball to dominate a discussion of his son, Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, during a Thursday’s edition of ESPN’s “SportsNation.
Desmond Howard recently delved into the storied history of “College Gameday,” an ESPN staple on which he’s served as analyst since 2005.
ESPN NBA broadcaster Jeff Van Gundy refused to allow professional loyalty stand in the way of ripping his employer over how it covers LaVar Ball.