Ravens Owner Fires Back At ESPN Story, Says "Nobody's Losing A Job Here"

The Ravens took the weekend to marshal a response to ESPN's big Ray Rice story, and it's here—in the form of a press conference by owner Steve Bisciotti and an online rebuttal to points made in the ESPN report. Bisciotti claims that all the anonymous sources on the Ravens' alleged mishandling on the situation… » 9/22/14 4:44pm Monday 4:44pm

Adam Schefter: NFL Players Had Access To Rice Video Weeks After Incident

It seems like each day brings a new piece of information making it very, very hard to believe that the NFL and the Baltimore Ravens never saw video of Ray Rice knocking out Janay Palmer before TMZ made the tape public. Today's bit comes from Adam Schefter, who went on Mike and Mike and revealed that some NFL players… » 9/22/14 1:37pm Monday 1:37pm

ESPN Showed Jameis Winston Onscreen 48 Times During FSU-Clemson

Viewers of last night's Clemson-Florida State overtime thriller couldn't help but notice how often ESPN's broadcast on ABC showed suspended FSU quarterback Jameis Winston. Indeed, after every big play it felt like the cameras went to Winston to see the Heisman Trophy-winner's reaction. But how much of the broadcast… » 9/21/14 11:20am Sunday 11:20am

Women > Winning: Your FSU-Clemson GameDay Sign Roundup

GameDay finds itself in Tallahassee for tonight's marquee ACC matchup (if such a thing can exist) between Florida State and Clemson. FSU fans took the opportunity to sound off a variety of issues, but of course the plurality of the signs were about Jameis Winston. Some of them expressed support for women, and others… » 9/20/14 12:59pm Saturday 12:59pm

ESPNers Are Pissed At The NFL Over Its Ray Rice Video Claims

There is every reason to believe that the NFL is lying, that league executives had seen the video of Ray Rice punching out his fiancée—not least of which is the fact that at least one NFL reporter described the contents of the tape, accurately and in detail, months before it was released by TMZ. » 9/09/14 2:07pm 9/09/14 2:07pm

Mike Ditka Laments Ray Rice Suspension: "His Earning Power Is Destroyed"

Mike Ditka is a nasty, miserable, old man, who is paid by ESPN to talk about football in part because he is nasty and miserable and old. So there's really no surprise that when asked to weigh in on Ray Rice being released by the Baltimore Ravens four months after he knocked his then-fiancée unconscious on tape, Ditka… » 9/08/14 6:15pm 9/08/14 6:15pm