One of the NFL’s biggest corporate partners is embracing the polarizing ex-QB, but broadcasters are making their choice clear: They’re focusing on the games, and only the games. Is ‘Stick to Sports’ winning? If so, what would it mean for sports journalism?
After 18 NFL seasons, the future Hall of Famer now transitions into ESPN analyst. The MMQB tagged along on a warm-up night of sorts, where the ex-DB learned his on-field skills of adjusting on the fly still will be useful
Washington’s outspoken cornerback will have an even bigger platform in 2016 thanks to a second job. Norman joins Brandon Marshall as an active NFL player with a regular side gig as a TV commentator for a national network
Often colder than a Maine winter in his press conferences, Bill Belichick has mastered the art of withholding information. But with the tape rolling and clicker in hand, the Patriots coach turns into an excited teacher during a weekly TV segment called The Belestrator
In the wake of the Chris Borland retirement, I asked the Hall of Fame former QB and Fox broadcaster—who suffered multiple concussions as a pro—for his thoughts on head injuries, and on how he approaches the subject on the air
Phil Simms vowed not to say Washington’s team nickname during broadcasts, though a few mentions have already slipped in. How he handles Thursday’s primetime game has more implications than you might expect
From Mike and Mike to Chris Berman, ESPN has given little regard to proven play-by-play skills when it comes to Monday Night Football's late-night opener. The perfect choice for this year's game is right under their noses—informed, professional and proven. It's past time they gave her the assignment