Arian Foster’s relationship with the media is, at best, complicated, at worst, a dumpster fire. The Houston Texans running back’s comments today on Twitter aren’t exactly mending bridges. Many athletes have issues with the media, sometimes out […]
Mike Sielski, Philly Inquirer, joined Matt Hammond and Matt Murphy as they fill in for the B-Straw & Pauly G Show. He discussed Michael Vick versus Michael Sam as distractions. Sielski says that the NFL is a business of distractions and they will always be there. He thinks Dungy’s claim that Michael Sam wouldn’t help his team win is not true and doesn’t believe that he would be such a huge distraction in the locker room. In fact he doesn’t think Sam will be an impediment to the Rams in any way.
Following its addition of “Thursday Night Football,” CBS is shaking things up this upcoming fall with a multi-phase rollout.
Hannah Storm joins MaD Radio to talk about her movie on Sheryl Swoops as well as how the media handles athletes like Johnny Manziel, and what Dwight Howard might mean to the Rockets.
Richard Deitsch from SI joins MaD Radio to talk about Charles Barkley’s broadcast on the NCAA Tournament and so much more.
Former Vice President Al Gore says the American media and outsize effect of corporate money in politics are partially to blame for inaction on global climate change.
Mike Meltser links to an awkward video of Dwight Howard trying to deny a story already out in the open
Nobody cheated during the play-in game to make Lisa Chavarria the winner. We’re better than that.
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After blowing a 24 point lead to the Magic, the Heat let their frustration show during the postgame news conference.