The WWE star announced he's officially retired during an ESPN interview.
His Twitter profile picture and other information changed to promote several accounts including an NFT platform called "Skulltoons".
Sports television and podcast host Katie Nolan tweeted: "if mina kimes makes you *that* mad, I can all but guarantee it ain't mina kimes you're mad at."
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he does not want to be a "politicized person" during an interview on The Pat McAfee Show.
On Tuesday, the league told 10 NBA teams with games set for Christmas that the day would potentially downsize to only five games, based on COVID-related issues.
Disney is currently embroiled in a dispute with Google which could mean that their channels including Disney, ESPN and ABC will get pulled from the platform.
Auburn, Nebraska, Texas, Ole Miss and Kansas were among the schools that paid coaches at least $20 million to not coach.
"Allison is a massive talent. ESPN's loss is our members' gain," Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro said.
As Formula 1 seeks to expand its U.S. footprint, here's a rundown of what any new fan should know about the highest-profile racing organization in motorsport.
Williams announced her separation from ESPN in a video posted to Instagram on Friday. Last month, she had said she was looking forward to returning to her job.
Irving's decision to not get vaccinated against COVID-19 has led to the Brooklyn Nets' decision to prohibit him from practicing or playing with the team.
Schefter could reportedly "draw lucrative offers" from Caesars, Front Office Sports said.
According to a recent report, Steele also tested positive for COVID-19 and she was removed from ESPN's programming for the week.
ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski sent the basketball world into a frenzy when he reported the embattled guard would sit out until Philadelphia traded him.
Malika Andrews was tabbed as the host for the show that will replace "The Jump," which Nichols hosted for five years but was canceled by ESPN in August.
Kutcher, who briefly attended the University of Iowa and is a Hawkeyes fan, might be ESPN's celeb pick for Saturday's game in Ames against the rival Cyclones.
"Bishop Sycamore told us they had a number of division one prospects on their roster. To be frank, a lot of that we could not verify," ESPN's commentator said during the game.
The news of the end of Nichols' "The Jump" comes a little more than a month after Taylor left ESPN for NBC Sports.
"There's sad news to break to you. I'm only here for one night," Smith said. "But I do have good news. I've already lasted longer than the new host of Jeopardy!"
Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith could be split up five years after the former replaced Skip Bayless as co-host of ESPN's 'First Take'.
The 34-year-old spent seven seasons with the network, but did not announce plans for what she would do next in her career.
The 26-year-old became the youngest broadcaster in history to present the NBA Finals Trophy presentation after ESPN chose her ahead of Nichols.
"I was wrong, period," Smith said. "There is no excuse. This is not ESPN, this is not Disney...this was me.
"I don't think it helps that the No. 1 face, is a dude that needs an interpreter so you can understand what the hell he's saying," ESPN's Stephen A. Smith said.
The young spelling bee champion also has three basketball dribbling Guinness World Records to her name.
The timing of both a "leaked" video of Nichols' remarks and Taylor's new contract could be more calculated than coincidental.
Former President Donald Trump and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft have denied any involvement in blocking the 2008 Spygate probe involving the NFL team.