Concussions Sure Are Frustrating

Never mind that Rolando McClain had "concussion-like symptoms" last week, and—judging by his exit from today's game with a head injury—probably shouldn't have touched the field against the Packers today. Ed Werder wants you to know how frustrating it is for the Cowboys' training staff. » 1/11/15 2:05pm 1/11/15 2:05pm

Good One, Ed Werder

ESPN's Ed Werder had a thought (which he later deleted) regarding the two cops killed in Brooklyn Saturday. It must have sounded better in his head, because on Twitter, it came across as smarm from a penis with a silly mustache. Protest what, Ed? » 12/21/14 11:58am 12/21/14 11:58am

Ed Werder Doing A Segment With Spittle On His Lip Is The Grossest Thing

Being a Deadspin blogger means looking at a lot of really nasty stuff—horrifying snake bites, catastrophic injuries, gross dicks—but for some reason, nothing has ever grossed me out as much as Ed Werder's spittle just did. I don't know how to explain it, but I am shaken. » 12/17/13 12:08pm 12/17/13 12:08pm

Sources: With Favre's Decision, ESPN Will Have To Turn Elsewhere For…

One of the many tragedies of Brett Favre's non-unretirement is that Ed Werder and Chris Mortensen, ESPN's Woodward and Bernstein of the small-bore, will no longer be feverishly working their anonymous sources for the world's most trivial Favre scoops. » 7/29/09 4:00pm 7/29/09 4:00pm

Ed Werder Continues To Disrupt The Fragile Dynamic Of The Cowboys

Ed Werder didn't garner any respect from Cowboys fans (clearly) when he reported a rift between most of the Cowboys' playmakers in early December. Now, Werder's saying (again) that T.O. might get cut. » 1/15/09 10:45am 1/15/09 10:45am

Angry Columnist Says T.O. Owes Werder An Apology

"How do you deal with this kind of stupidity? I’ve got my ideas, but that’s another story. A friend of mine is a longtime psych-ward nurse. He described it as a classic case of "narcissist/sociopath." I don’t know what that means, so I just call Owens an "idiot." It seems to work. [] » 12/19/08 1:15pm 12/19/08 1:15pm

ESPN Calls in Stephen A. To Oddly Under-The-Bus Werder

Not surprisingly, Stephen A. Smith was summoned for the special ESPN therapy session with Terrell Owens. T.O. continues to insist that Ed Werder made up his story, but amazingly, SAS chose not to defend his colleague. (Smith even used "allegedly" to talk about the incident.) » 12/17/08 3:00pm 12/17/08 3:00pm

Ed Werder Speaks Fondly of T.O.

"I was shocked," Werder said. "I've been covering the Cowboys since 1989 and I have never been put in a position like that. It was a first." When the two saw each other in the post-game news conference, Werder reports, "He called me a name but it wasn't a profanity." [DMN's Sports Meda Blog] » 12/16/08 2:30pm 12/16/08 2:30pm

T.O. Takes Out His ESPN Frustration on...Matt Mosley?

“I was talking to a player out in the tunnel when I saw T.O. and his entourage approaching ESPN’s Matt Mosley. I recognized Damon Jones (Miami Heat, Cleveland Cavaliers) from T.O’s group. As T.O. walked by, he started hunching his shoulders like he was trying to intimidate Mosley calling him a “chump.” Mosley seemed… » 12/15/08 4:45pm 12/15/08 4:45pm

ESPN Backs Up Ed Werder: "We Stand By Our Reporting"

Even though Terrell Owens went out of his way to single out the supposedly "made up" reporting of ESPN's Cowboy specialist Ed Werder, the WWL is sticking by their mustachioed menace. » 12/15/08 1:00pm 12/15/08 1:00pm