The Jim Rome Show is still trudging along, a shadow of its former self ever since Rome’s choice to sign with CBS Sports Radio. CBS Sports Network is simulcasting Rome’s annual week at the Super Bowl’s Radio Row, and here’s some doofus Clone showing up and “singing” something incomprehensible, then talking about…
For some reason, Charles Barkley was on CBS's NFL pregame show, and he and Jim Rome debated Adrian Peterson's "whooping" of his four-year-old child.
Jay Mohr's written something to set the record straight regarding his friendship with Jim Rome. Mohr says that he has nothing against Rome, and that he's grateful for Rome giving him a start in radio. No word from Rome, though. [Jay Mohr]
Brand new Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans appeared on The Jim Rome Show this afternoon, and the experience was painful for everyone involved.
Twenty years ago The Ring magazine asked the question, after Mike Tyson's rape conviction, "What If Mike Tyson Had Never Gone To Jail?" The cover story posed a counterfactual in which Tyson did not receive a guilty verdict on his 1991 indictment for rape, confinement and criminal deviant conduct.
On the night we learned replacement officials are finally getting the heave-ho, Trey Parker and Matt Stone sent up Monday night's disgrace in Seattle alongside the brain injury debate in an NFL-themed South Park that also featured Tom Brady drinking semen and a mockery of Cee-Lo's shitty new NFL Network theme.
Green Bay Packers guard Josh Sitton, whose angry postgame tweets made him an Internet superstar (and quadrupled his follower count overnight), appeared on The Jim Rome Show today and remarked that while replacement officials "have no idea what they're doing" and stated he'd go on strike if it was possible, he…
When your company's website features a prominent "Is This Legal?" link on its homepage, it's probably in an industry engaging in some kind of questionable behavior. But there it is on the front page of fantasy football gambling site FanDuel, in which we're told that yes, it is legal (in 44 of the 50 states).
Jim Everett, the former Rams, Saints, and Chargers QB (and current investment manager) is probably best known for charging at tiny loudmouth Jim Rome on ESPN2 in 1994, despite his long and fairly successful NFL career. Everett, the good sport, embraces it. He talked to us back in January when Rome's show went off the…
Houston's KILT-AM recently ditched The Jim Rome Show after a longtime affiliation with the program. (14 years of Rome? Where are the Visigoths when you need them?)
Three months after details emerged about Jim Rome's move from ESPN to CBS Sports Network, his new program Rome premiered last night at 6 p.m. ET. Evidence of anyone having actually watched it, though, is scant.
Details of Jim Rome's future with CBS emerged today when new boss Sean McManus showed up on Rome's radio show to discuss all the ways the Tiffany Network plans to exploit their acquisition.
With all this business about Jim Rome leaving ESPN today, we figured we should check in with Jim Everett, the Rams, Saints, and Chargers quarterback whom Rome repeatedly called "Chris" on ESPN2 in 1994. Everett charged Rome. The video endures on YouTube. Everett is now a financial professional in California.
So Jim Rome is going from ESPN to CBS Sports Network even though the Worldwide Leader had offered him a multi-year extension for Rome Is Burning. According to a source, Rome wanted out at least in part because of comments made by an ESPN executive in Those Guys Have All The Fun, the oral history published last year.
The network had offered him a multi-year deal to stay, but Rome turned it down. Rome Is Burning had been on ESPN since 2004, and Rome is said to be getting an "expanded role" at CBS Sports Network. Maybe ESPN can replace him with a show that includes Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless. Oh, wait. [The Big Lead]
No, we did not know that ESPN annoyance Jim Rome owned a horse. But we are not surprised that the horse's name has a Z in it. Becuz that'z juzt what Jim Rome duz, broz.
ESPN.com contributor Amy K. Nelson is a daily guest on ESPN's Jim Rome Is Burning this week. Here's how the Twitterverse responded:
An email from Richard Connor, producer of America's Funniest Home Videos of Toddlers Swinging Baseball Bats in the Vicinity of Their Fathers' Unsuspecting Crotches, regarding this morning's screengrab:
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