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Charles Barkley ‘Not a Fan’ of ‘Very Divisive’ Trump

NBA analyst and Hall of Famer Charles Barkley said during a Friday appearance on ESPN’s “First Take” that out of respect for the office, he will not speak ill of President Donald Trump, electing simply to call the president “divisive.” “I’m not


ESPN’s Will Cain: The NFL Should Be Worried About the XFL

During Friday’s “First Take” on ESPN, Will Cain brushed off the notion that the XFL will fail like it did the first attempt, arguing that the NFL should be worried this time around because the league is losing viewers while college


ESPN’s Foxworth: Terrell Owens’ Kaepernick Comparison ‘Uncomfortable

Filling in as a guest on ESPN’s “First Take” on Tuesday, Domonique Foxworth described former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens’ comparison of himself to Colin Kaepernick in why he is jobless in the league as “uncomfortable.” While Foxworth agreed that the outspoken


Stephen A Smith: ‘The Black Athlete Has It Pretty Rough’

During his final take segment on ESPN’s “First Take,” Stephen A. Smith responded to Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant “waking up” to see how “rough it is for the average black man.” Smith agreed with Durant, saying the black athlete also “has

During his final take segment on ESPN's "First Take," Stephen …

ESPN’s Kellerman: NFL Owners Should ‘Ignore’ Trump

Friday on ESPN’s “First Take,” co-host Max Kellerman reacted to President Donald Trump’s tweet that says NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell had “lost control” of the NFL because of the National Anthem protests, saying NFL owners should just “ignore” the president when he