New England Patriots great Tedy Bruschi has had two strokes since 2005. Bruschi, now at ESPN, overcame those health problems to try changing the world.
Scott Van Pelt is one of the most recognized faces on ESPN. As the host of SportsCenter, Van Pelt earns millions annually and has a high net worth.
ESPN’s Paul Finebaum is one of college football’s most influential voices. Finebaum upset many when he said America ‘is not oppressing black people.’
Suzy Kolber has been an on-air personality at ESPN for more than 20 years. Today, she earns a multimillion dollar salary and has a high net worth.
Before working as an analyst and a reporter, Maria Taylor was a standout athlete at the University of Georgia.
Max Kellerman has become a notable person in the world of sports. One thing you may not know about him is that he’s been married for 26 years.
Former Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Marcus Spears is now a rising star at ESPN. How good was Spears when he played in the NFL?
ESPN analyst Dan Orlovsky played 13 seasons in the NFL. Orlovsky is responsible for possibly the worst and dumbest play in league history.
Brian Windhorst has covered the great LeBron James for years. However, their paths crossed way before James became an NBA superstar.
Minnesota Vikings legend Randy Moss was haunted by a quote throughout his career. Did Moss actually say, “I play when I want to play?”
Keith Olbermann has once again left ESPN. This time, he’s heading to YouTube to do political commentary.
While some question if Bill O’Brien deserved to get fired by the Houston Texans. ESPN’s Max Kellerman firmly believes he deserves his fate.
Erin Andrews is a popular sideline reporter on Fox’s NFL coverage. Before that became a reality, Andrews worked as a dancer in college.
ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith just got exactly what he wished for months ago, but he ultimately got it in the worst possible way.
Dan Patrick was set to sign a new five-year contract with ESPN when he had a sudden change of heart.
ESPN’s Brian Windhorst recently looked at Miami Heat rookie Tyler Herro’s dating life when trying to prove his high confidence level.
The controversy over his comments about Dak Prescott and depression reportedly won’t prevent Skip Bayless from remaining at Fox Sports.
The NBA didn’t honor Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at all after her death, and ESPN’s Rachel Nichols wants answers.
Charles Barkley and Peyton Manning have a natural rivalry because of the colleges they went to. They ignited it on ESPN recently.
Fox Sports radio host Doug Gottlieb attracted a barrage of criticism for questioning why ESPN’s Maria Taylor is a voter for NBA postseason awards.
Lee Corso has had a very successful career at ESPN after having a nice career as a head coach. So, what is Corso’s net worth?
ESPN sideline reporter Maria Taylor enjoyed the last laugh after a Chicago radio host’s sexist insult during a ‘Monday Night Football’ game.
Before he ever made it to the NFL, Brian Griese tragically lost his mother. That loss, however, helped the quarterback find his true purpose in life.
Former Chicago Bears quarterback Brian Griese cashed in during his 11 NFL seasons. Griese will now appear on ‘Monday Night Football’
Brian Griese moves into the Monday Night Football booth after a decade of broadcasting. Prior to that, he played in the NFL. How good was Brian Griese as a player?
Louis Riddick has never been a household name for NFL fans. That should change now as an announcer on Monday Night Football. Who is Louis Riddick?
Dan Patrick says he enjoyed hosting ‘SportsCenter’ on ESPN, but it was demanding work that shortened his life.
ESPN’s Monday Night Football coverage will have a different look and feel in Week 1 that will likely upset some NFL fans.
Skip Bayless, who was critical of Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott, may be at the end of his contract with Fox Sports.
Many have blasted Skip Bayless for his controversial comments about Dak Prescott. This now includes ESPN’s Keyshawn Johnson and Jay Williams.
ESPN has thrown another NFL analysis assignment at former lineman Booger McFarland.
Hank Williams Jr. has been asking Monday Night Football fans if they were ready for some football for more than two decades. ESPN has pulled the plug on Williams for 2020.
Booger McFarland lost his job as an ‘MNF’ analyst but will stay at ESPN as a studio analyst on NFL games
Kirk Herbstreit made an emotional plea during the 2020 season-opening College GameDay that left Herbstreit and multiple co-hosts in tears.
Contrary to what Stephen A. Smith said following the hiring of Steve Nash, multiple Black former players with no coaching experience have gotten head coaching jobs in the NBA.
The Brooklyn Nets’ hiring of Steve Nash shocked the basketball world. Recently, Stephen A. Smith ripped it, calling it White privilege.
Lou Holtz has made plenty of controversial comments over the years, but his success as a coach and at ESPN helped him become pretty wealthy.
‘First Take’ stars Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman have both been pretty successful on ESPN. So, who has a higher net worth?
In a discussion about football games potentially not being played, ESPN’s Max Kellerman just ticked off a bunch of Donald Trump supporters.
Booger McFarland is back on the air, this time on the radio. So fans won’t get a look at the thing that sticks out about him: his fingers.
Former ESPN host Jemele Hill ignited a social media firestorm by comparing America to Nazi Germany. Hill destroyed her legacy with the tweet.
While you’ve probably heard Doris Burke call an NBA game, she had an impressive basketball career before ever picking up the microphone.
NFL games could be returning to ABC. The former home of ‘Monday Night Football’ is in an ‘increasingly strong position’ to air games in 2021.
New ‘Monday Night Football’ announcer Brian Griese was an NFL quarterback like his father, Bob. The two share an incredible record.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has teed off on TV talk shows that generate clickbait headlines based on ridiculous discussions.
Veteran ESPN reporter
Ramona Shelburne has revealed that she has voted for LeBron James as MVP, but her reasoning is surprising.
Sean McVay is happy as the Los Angeles Rams’ coach. But if the time comes, ESPN made it clear they want him on ‘Monday Night Football.’
Stephen A. Smith isn’t scared of anyone in a debate. He’s so confident in his craft he believes he could debate his way to the White House.
The entire college football season is on the brink of getting canceled. However, ESPN’s Booger McFarland gave his solution for it.
The Baseball Hall of Fame is incredibly prestigious, but critics think it has unfair standards. Dan Le Batard once tried to stand up to the organization.