This morning on Second Take, former Baltimore Ravens players Shannon Sharpe and Ray Lewis debated the Ravens wringing their hands over whether or not signing Colin Kaepernick would hurt their brand. Lewis’s position on police brutality—such that he articulates a clear stance—is that it’s a scourge, just not one that…
Skip Bayless’s and Shannon Sharpe’s two-and-a-half-hour sports shouting show, Second Take, has apparently put a dent in First Take’s ratings, perhaps thanks to all those loyal Skipheads out there who just want to see their man yell. But what’s to do when Bayless and Sharpe agree on a topic and have nothing to yell…
Brandon Browner has had a horrendous season just in terms of defensive coverage. Add in the absurd amount of penalties, and the Saints cornerback is on the verge of making history.
Saturday Night Live opened its 40th season tonight with the NFL, as Kenan Thompson and Jay Pharoah took on the personas of Ray Lewis and Shannon Sharpe, respectively, attempting to respond to recent scandals involving Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson.
Shannon Sharpe was a guest co-host on this morning's episode of First Take and he had some weird things to say about Josh Gordon's year-long suspension from the NFL.
On CBS's pregame show, Shannon Sharpe had some very strong words for the Dolphins, less about their handling of the Incognito-Martin fallout, and more about a locker room that let things get to the point where a white player can call a teammate a "half-nigger" and it's supposed to be taken in good humor.
Jay Pharoah is SNL's master impressionist, and although his Barack Obama may be a bit uninspiring, his Shannon Sharpe leaves nothing to be desired. Our only complaint has to do with his tie knot. That sucker needs to be much, much bigger.
This photo comes from tipster Michael, who says he took it backstage at the Hall of Fame induction ceremony over the weekend. Afterward, Sharpe delivered a great speech.
Tonight, Richard Dent, Marshall Faulk, Chris Hanburger, Les Richter, Ed Sabol, Deion Sanders and Shannon Sharpe will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Good for them.
Marino. Esiason. Sharpe. Cowher. Football legends all. They managed to compile a mathematically improbable record picking games last week. I think Paul the Octopus could do better, and he's dead. [CBS Sports, h/t Nathan] UPDATE:
Thursday, Sharpe's girlfriend took out a restraining order against him. Sunday, he was on our TVs. This wouldn't be an issue, if not for Warren Sapp going through similar events last year, and being immediately reprimanded.