The ESPN analyst says his son cracked a joke about a grenade while in an airport security line with predictable results; this follows a series of tweets that questioned evolution.
On a podcast, the popular network personality repeatedly called the NFL commissioner a "liar" amid profanity.
First, he'll work the BCS Championship game Jan. 6.
One channel will offer a telecast without announcers, the others will have different camera angles and stats. Lots of stats.
Specifically, he has his eye on the Top 10 list.
Bob Burns rebuts ESPN essay, writes that "The racial slur 'redskins' is not okay with me."
Hall of Famer says he has other commitments, including the Los Angeles Dodgers.
ESPN, NFL deny that any pressure was placed on the "Monday Night Football" network.
Former Eagles player says he'll have "more to say ... at the appropriate time."
Network President John Skipper says NBA reporter "made personal comments, which was a mistake."