Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, who suffered cardiac arrest during a Monday night game against the Cincinnati Bengals, has shown "substantial improvement" according to the medical team on Thursday. The Bills issued a statement through social media on Friday announcing that they successfully removed his breathing tube.

Pat Bev unleashed some high-level hate towards sworn enemy Chris Paul, and Twitter can't seem to get enough of it.

Sage Steele has filed a lawsuit against her ESPN employers and their parent company, alleging they violated her First Amendment rights and breached her contract in the wake of her being off the air in September 2021 after making comments about the network's vaccine mandate and questioning former President Barack Obama's Blackness.


The action kicks off at 5pm PT on December 21st so get ready to either get yourself an early Christmas present or take another "L" made out of coal.

Now moving into the world of broadcasting, the former Duke University standout took on Stephen A. Smith after a debate over whether or not NBA players fear LeBron James the way they feared Michael Jordan.

Drake will soon be adding yet another milestone to his already impressive book of highlights. He has struck a deal with ESPN to have his music played during Monday Night Football. 

On Wednesday (July 21), Taylor and the popular sports network agreed to part ways after failing to come to an agreement on a new contract and Twitter has some passionate reactions.

The famed sports network is seeking to retain the talented Taylor, but rival NBC Sports has applied pressure and is working to secure her services across the network's popular brands and shows.

As Twitter first predicted when it happened, ESPN — which Disney owns — has parted ways with Paul Pierce following his Instagram Live shenanigans.

The unnamed company, from ESPN president John Skipper and Dan Le Batard, stands in contrast to Outkick, which slants right.