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Kobe Bryant's new ads for BodyArmor call out competitor Gatorade by name, and there's a strong stable of athletes behind the campaign.

Kobe Bryant directed and wrote an ad campaign for a sports drink backed by some of the biggest names in sports and it takes a big shot at Gatorade

Kobe Bryant's new ads for BodyArmor call out competitor Gatorade by name, and there's a strong stable of athletes behind the campaign.
Brett Favre being inducted into the Green Bay Packers Ring of Honor.

Brett Favre auditioned for ‘Monday Night Football’ and it reportedly did not go well

Favre was considered a possible replacement for Jon Gruden.

LeBron James’ media company issues warning to Alabama over potential copyright infringement

The Alabama football team has released a trailer for a new talk show with Nick Saban that takes place in a barbershop.
Peyton Manning has plenty of experience in front of a microphone.

ESPN and Fox are in a bidding war for Peyton Manning and it would reset the bar for how much NFL announcers get paid

Fox Sports is also heavily recruiting the retired NFL legend to join its broadcast team.

CBS Sports launches streaming network that sounds a lot like a free, 24-hour, online ‘SportsCenter’

CBS Sports is getting deeper into the online streaming game with the launch of a new 24/7 online sports network.
Chloe Kim.

Barstool Sports radio host apologizes after making sexually inappropriate comments about 17-year-old Olympic gold medalist Chloe Kim

A Barstool Sports radio host apologized Wednesday for calling the 17-year-old US Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim a "hot piece of ass" in a SiriusXM appearance.

The national championship’s roller-coaster of emotions was caught on the Alabama and Georgia radio broadcasts during the dramatic game-winning p...

Listening to the local radio calls of the final play of the national championship game, fans can hear the jubilation of victory and the agony of defeat.

ESPN host Dan Le Batard broke down in tears on air upon learning ESPN president John Skipper was resigning

Many have cited John Skipper's commitment to diversity for why they work at ESPN.

John Skipper has unexpectedly resigned as president of ESPN, citing substance addiction

John Skipper has resigned as president of ESPN, the company announced on Monday.