I fully believe, if Gruden doesn't insult Goodell we never hear of this.
Now that the masses are calling for a full release, I'm betting many owners, coaches, and NFL leaders are squirming. If I'm right Goodells bruised ego could bring down many.
Yep, thanks. Glad we can agree, whoever you are doing in your 40s is who you are for the rest of your life. It’s set in stone.Yep, especially when you made those comments in your 40s and 50s.
There's absolutely no defense of Chucky. It is not just one or two off-color jokes, it's a whole slate of nasty things spoken. The fact that Gruden just rolled over and quit off the bat, tells you everything you need to know.
ESPN? Who'dathunk.....For those unfamiliar with how the media works, no ethical reporter would ever, ever share a draft of a news story with the subject of said story and ask them to edit it or provide feedback. That is simply not done. It's a very big ethical error.
You wouldn't write a story about Trump or Biden and say, here Mr. President, let me know if this looks OK to you, make changes as you see fit. That's WILD, if you have ever worked for a company or government or anyone who deals with reporters on an regular basis.
But it shows the brand of access journalism Schefter and many others at ESPN practice.
ESPN apologized to the New England Patriots for referencing a false report about them filming the St. Louis Rams before the Super Bowl.larrybrownsports.com
Uh....why wouldn't they just replace him with the interim guy?