WASHINGTON — “I wanted, essentially, a show to change topics faster than you felt like flipping the channel.” That concept from Erik Rydholm, the executive producer for ESPN’s half-hour sports news discussion show “Pardon the…
WASHINGTON — The ESPN sports network announced Sunday morning that its longtime anchor, Stuart Scott had passed away. He was 49. The network reported that Scott had been battling cancer. A Chicago native and father…
The latest development in the discipline case of running back Ray Rice comes from an \”Outside the Lines\” report on ESPN that the Baltimore Ravens had full knowledge of the Feb. 15 elevator incident just hours after it occurred.
The Washington Redskins\’ nickname has long drawn controversy, but
a new poll shows that nearly three-quarters of Americans think the team \’s name
Well, at least he tried.
Washington Nationals\’ pitcher Stephen Strasburg has been a No. 1 draft pick
and an All-Star. Now he\’s reached another milestone.
The NBA\’s LeBron James\’ has a new look on the court but it could soon become old, according to ESPN.
Roxanne Jones, the former vice president of ESPN, says her respect and love for the game of football is fading because of the way the NFL has handled, or ignored, growing medical evidence that concussions cause serious damage to players\’ brains.
A promotional spot for a prime-time special about Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III features the quarterback\’s beat-boxing skills. Watch the video.
Nats\’ phenom Bryce Harper is the cover boy for the latest issue of ESPN magazine. The 15th anniversary issue — that highlights the year\’s best athletes — focuses on rookies, including those who have energized the D.C. sports scene.
Kobe, LeBron and Jordan have got nothing on Matt
ESPN will not renew the contract of a commentator
who made racial comments about Washington Redskins
quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Andre Parker\’s wrong way run didn\’t count, but it
grabbed plenty of attention on the first night of
the college football season.
After airing an exclusive one-on-one interview with New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin, ESPN announced it has fired the employee responsible for a racially offensive headline and suspended an anchor who used the phrase.
A new group of grocery shoppers are catching the eye of supermarkets and food companies across the country — men.