As the football world awaits a decision from arbitrator Harold Henderson on Ezekiel Elliott’s appeal of his suspension, Deadspin has learned the league is also investigating Hall of Famer Michael Irvin under its personal conduct policy in the wake of an alleged sexual assault allegation that resulted in no charges.
The Broward County (Fla.) state attorney’s office won’t bring a charge against Michael Irvin, who was accused of sexually assaulting a 27-year-old Fort Lauderdale woman in March. Police had handed the case to the state attorney’s office in late May. Andy Slater of WINZ radio obtained the memo in which the state’s…
Police in Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) have given their investigation into Michael Irvin’s alleged sexual assault of a 27-year-old Florida woman to the Broward County (Fla.) state attorney’s office, which will decide whether to press charges. The case has been pending since late March. [Dallas Morning News]
A 27-year-old Florida woman has accused Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin of sexual assault, according to TMZ. The woman filed a report with police alleging that Irvin, now an NFL Network analyst, drugged and raped her in a Fort Lauderdale, Fla., hotel room in the early morning hours of March 21. No charges…
We can only guess that Eisen & Co. have caught a whiff of a nearby stoner in Oakland as tonight’s NFL Network pregame devolved into a festival of giggles and Up In Smoke jokes. (Steve Mariucci is our favorite.)
Michael Irvin's NFL Network segment was an attempt to inspire Jason Campbell and the Browns to beat the Chiefs in a "scalping." OK. (If Irvin really wants to go with violent imagery, how about he stay closer to home and call for the Browns to stab the Chiefs in the neck with a pair of scissors?)
Michael Irvin tried to "inspire" the inexperienced receivers of the New England Patriots by opening his mouth and not really filtering what came out of it. Irvin just said a bunch of words, and it almost sounded like something important. Almost. [NFLN]
Ronnie Lott, Michael Irvin, Troy Aikman. It's that Liks', baby.
The picture above was sent to us by a tipster shortly after the conclusion of last night's Bills-Dolphins game. That appears to be the NFL Network's Michael Irvin attempting to enter the stands, and he doesn't look too happy. Here is what our tipster had to say about the photo:
The noisefest that is the Thursday Night Football post-game show on NFL Network usually proceeds like an unfunny version of TNT's Inside The NBA: full of wackiness, but lacking the charm or anything memorable. You can usually rely on Michael Irvin to do something out of the ordinary, though, and he certainly brought…
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There's a fantastic Michael Irvin profile in this month's Out magazine which, given the recent newsworthy items about another particular NFC East wide receiver, will hopefully lead to more progress on the issue. Irvin reveals how in his early Playmaker days, he was just as guilty of stereotyping, gaybashing, and all…
Today, University of Miami (by way of North Philadelphia) football coach Al Golden took to Twitter with a major announcement. It involved "U Discipline," his desire to "Uphold The Legacy," and a quote from human-hurricane Michael Irvin.
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and internets to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
Noted intellectual Deion Sanders ponders the life lessons of Cowboys WR Dez Bryant's $55K dinner bill. Says it's funny.
AND NOTHING ELSE. Now that you've got that mental image, here's the money quote.
A woman has accused Irvin and an accomplice of raping her in a Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in 2007. The Broward County Attorney's office is expected to decide next week if criminal charges will be brought. [Miami Herald]
Irvin says he'd trade his three Super Bowl rings and his Hall of Fame induction to have one undefeated season. Despite the pundits' ensuing ridicule and scorn, his hypothetical choice could be the right one.