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Insanity: ESPN Apologizes for Their Fantasy Football Auction, Which Resembled a Slave Auction, to Some

ESPN aired a segment on Tuesday in which they held a fantasy football auction, using staged images of real NFL players. Many of the staged images were of black players, and nearly all those bidding on the players were white. Leading some to say the scene resembled a slave auction. The network has since apologized for the segment, saying they understand how some could believe that the scene too closely resembled a slave auction.

ESPN Loses Subscribers While Rival Fox Sports 1 Gains

For the first time in a few months, Sports TV Ratings has released coverage estimates for the major sports networks. However, given what the release shows, ESPN may want Sports TV Ratings to go back to not releasing coverage estimates.

ESPN’s Jemele Hill Says Police are Like ‘Slave Patrol’

Like many other left-wing sports commentators, ESPN’s Jemele Hill is incensed that anti-American protester Colin Kaepernick is still left unsigned by the NFL, but during a tweet about the former San Francisco 49er’s status, Hill went even farther by agreeing that America’s police are exactly the same as the “slave patrol” of the civil war era.

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ESPN: OJ Gave Fantasy Football Advice to Prison Mates, Guards

Leading up to former football star O.J. Simpson’s Thursday parole hearing, ESPN ran a segment discussing how easy life has been for “The Juice” at Lovelock Correctional Facility. Per the ESPN report that aired on “SportsCenter,” Simpson gets special treatment and has had a

ESPN’s Le Batard: Kaepernick a ‘Victim of Cowardice’

Wednesday on ESPN Radio’s “The Dan Le Batard Show,” host Dan Le Batard suggested the reason free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick is still without a job in the NFL is not that he has been blackballed, but rather because he is a “victim of cowardice.” “I don’t

OJ Simpson

ESPN Will Air OJ Simpson’s Thursday Parole Hearing

It’s no secret that July is the dead-zone in the world of sports. The NFL hasn’t started yet, the NBA just ended, and MLB isn’t really serious yet. However, I wasn’t aware things had become this bad. ESPN, among other networks, has decided to air O.J. Simpson’s parole hearing from the Lovelock Correctional Facility on Thursday. Not only that, ESPN will lead-in to the parole hearing with a 90-minutespecial presentation of Outside the Lines, hosted by Jeremy Schaap.

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