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Ray Rice Gets Reinstated and Janay Rice Speaks Out

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Former Baltimore Ravens running back, Ray Rice, won his appeal and will be eligible for reinstatement. This means that Rice will have his pick of which team in the NFL, he prefers to sign with. Rice was expectedly appreciative after his victory and expressed it...

ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith Still Maintains Stance On Domestic Violence

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It looks like old habits die hard even when your job is at risk. Stephen A. Smith, host of ESPN2’s First Take was suspended for a week back in July for implying that women have a tendency to “provoke” domestic violence. The comment was made...

ESPN Anchor Says She Will Not Say “Redskins” During Broadcast

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ESPN’s Lisa Salters is taking a stand against the Washington Redskin’s name. According to Sports Illustrated‘s Richard Deitsch, Salters will simply say “Washington” instead. ESPN MNF reporter Lisa Salters has chosen to say "Washington" as opposed to the Redskins. That's how she'll handle heading forward. — Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch)...

Maybe Stephen A. Smith & Ray Rice Can Sit Together & Discuss Why Domestic Violence Is Wrong

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ESPN’s resident hothead Stephen A. Smith has been suspended from ESPN’s First Take for a week, after making comments Friday about  women’s responsibility not to “provoke” domestic violence, while discussing the NFL’s two-game suspension of Ray Rice. “ESPN announced today that Stephen A. Smith will not...

Prince Fielder’s ESPN Cover Shows Men Can Get Shamed For Their Bodies Too

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Prince Fielder is a first baseman for the Texas Rangers, and his nude body is on the cover of one of ESPN The Magazine’s body issue. You won’t see breakthrough abs, or a chiseled body. What you will see is Fielder being proud of his...

Brittney Griner Covers ESPN Mag

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Griner, the former Baylor star, has already made a name for herself and has a lot of time to prove herself as a WNBA star. This month, Griner is the featured story for ESPN The Magazine. She talks about her sexuality, being teased throughout her childhood, and her current hate tweets.