League officials say the comprehensive investigation into Robert Sarver will determine whether they will take action against the team owner.
In an Instagram video, college football and basketball reporter Allison Williams said, "I cannot put a paycheck over principle." She cited medical reasons for not getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
On a podcast, Steele called vaccine mandates "sick" and "scary" and questioned why former President Barack Obama identifies as Black even though he was raised by his white mother.
Nichols has been removed from NBA coverage and The Jump was canceled a few weeks after remarks she made became public suggesting that Maria Taylor was promoted because she is Black.
The sports network announced Wednesday that it was unable to reach agreement on a contract extension for Taylor. Her final appearance for the network was Tuesday night's NBA Finals telecast.
Winston-Salem State University will soon have a chance to be in the spotlight on one of sport's major stages when ESPN's “First Take” talk show comes to town.
The NFL Players Association is investigating after a Los Angeles Chargers team doctor reportedly punctured quarterback Tyrod Taylor's lung while administering a painkiller for cracked ribs.
After a five-week delay, the league had its opening day on Tuesday. It came just hours after ESPN signed a deal to broadcast six games per week, starting between 1 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. ET.
ESPN calls itself the "worldwide leader in sports," but there are few live sports to show. So it's scrambling to fill the time, offering diversions like cherry pit spitting and marble racing.
"I come to this public disclosure with embarrassment, trepidation and a feeling of having let others I care about down," Skipper said in a statement.