We’re not convinced this isn’t a work, but ESPN Radio’s Amin Elhassan walked off in the middle of the show he co-hosts with Izzy Gutierrez after an argument over whether the Broncos should shove Peyton Manning out the door turned ugly.
Adam 'Pacman' Jones is making the media tours to clear his name after a recent arrest that found him striking a woman he claims attacked him with a bottle. It might be smart for Jones to not say things like "Hoe, where in the fuck did you come from?" on live ESPN Radio, but that's exactly what he did tonight.
If you've ever wondered why quarterbacks splurge on lavish gifts for their offensive lines, may we present Lomas Brown telling ESPN Radio that he let the Packers blow up his quarterback, Scott Mitchell, in a 1994 game. At the time, Mitchell was playing like, well, Scott Mitchell on a bad day (5-for-15 for 63 yards…
"I think ‘it' is the politically correct term." That's how Steve Czaban, a Washington, D.C.-based ESPN Radio host, described a transgender basketball player while speaking with co-host Andy Pollin and regular guest Chris Knoche. But let's back up.
Yesterday, we introduced you to ESPN Radio's wildly unpopular new iPhone app. People who had already paid $2.99 for the app over the last two-and-a-half years are being asked to pay an extra $4.99 for a "new app"/crypto-update in order to keep listening to the feeds they already subscribe to.
Two weeks ago, ESPN announced it would launch a new ESPN Radio app for the iPhone and iPad. It costs $4.99.
ESPN radio host Colin Cowherd found himself talking to a dial tone today on The Herd With Colin Cowherd after Sports Illustrated cover model Kate Upton hung up on him following a series of invasive and creepy questions. Update: see below.
The gang at 790 The Ticket in Miami, the Marlins' flagship station and an ESPN outpost, wanted to do something swell for Dave Van Horne, who is receiving the Baseball Hall of Fame's Ford C. Frick Award tomorrow. So they decided to put together a montage of congratulatory clips from other Hall of Fame broadcasters,…
Here is how we know ESPN hates people with cancer: if you want to donate money to The V Foundation, you're forced to hang out with the likes of Colin Cowherd and Mike & Mike.
Jared Max told his cat before he told anyone else.
Like a lot of you, we were secretly rooting for Scott Van Pelt to end up with the ESPN Radio gig to replace Dan Patrick. Even though Van Pelt has had some questionable choices of guests during his occasional fill-ins, the guy's funny and affable enough on the radio, and anybody who quotes "Flight Of The Conchords" on…