ESPN NFL analyst Cris Carter was a guest on the Mike & Mike show this morning, and he had some interesting takes on Chandler Jones’s brush with synthetic weed:
ESPN joined Sports Illustrated in the quest to redeem Adrian Peterson for beating his child today on NFL Countdown, with reporter Josina Anderson allowing the Vikings tailback the opportunity to whitewash the incident that found him indicted on felony child abuse charges without once challenging his answers; later, as…
The Big Lead reported a bizarre story today, which includes a sexual harassment claim against ESPN involving sportscaster Chris Berman, a contracted makeup artist carrying on an affair with Cris Carter, and two private detectives who claim they were hired by ESPN.
Our money’s on Ditka.
At the 2014 NFL Rookie Symposium, Cris Carter told incoming players that it’s in their best interests to have a “fall guy” in their crew—one man willing to take the rap and even go to jail to keep the player out of trouble. There was, for the first time in the symposium’s history, a reporter in the audience: The…
At the 2014 Rookie Symposium, Cris Carter and Warren Sapp instructed rookies to get a fall guy in case they got into any legal trouble. The above video was on NFL.com until this afternoon, when they deleted it.
Some wild shit went down in the Jets’ locker room today, and SportsCenter threw up the Yelling Sports Guys In Suits signal as soon as the news broke. It’s all hands on deck, people! Cris Carter, what’s your fuckin’ take on this, my man?!
It couldn't have been easy for Cris Carter to say, but it was necessary in the face of all the people defending Adrian Peterson's alleged abuse of his young son. "My mom did the best job she could do," Carter said, noting that he was hit as a child. "My mom was wrong."
This GIF is absolutely killing me. I cannot stop laughing. In trying to dump water over his own head for the ALS Ice Bucket challenge sweeping the nation, Cris Carter completely misses and dumps water all over Berman. His face when he gets a tiny splash, man, haven't had a good laugh like that in a while.
Warren Sapp is not a man with whom to be messed, and yet fellow Hall of Famer Cris Carter gave him a mighty videobomb during Sapp's interview during tonight's NFL preseason opener.
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me·shug·ge·neh (m-shg-n) or me·shug·ge·ner (-nr) adj. Crazy; senseless.n. One who is crazy. [ESPN/YouTube]
On Cris Carter's "shoot 'em in the head" comment:"All I know is, if I'd been the one who had said that about him, what would everyone have thought?" [HHR]