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JoJo Fletcher Celebrates Jordan Rodgers' First Day at ESPN's SEC Network: 'Congrats Bubbi! You Deserve It'
Originally posted 08/23/2016 09:10AM
Fletcher, 25, took to Instagram to congratulate Rodgers, 27, on his new sports broadcasting gig as a college football studio analyst.
"So proud of this boy right here – Not only is he the most loving, kindhearted and selfless man... But also unbelievably hardworking and driven," she captioned a sweet photo of the two. "Congrats on your first week w/ the SEC Network bubbi! You deserve it."
Originally posted 08/10/2016 02:15PM
Longtime ESPN personality John Saunders died Wednesday at the age of 61, ESPN confirms.
Anchor Hannah Storm teared up while making the announcement live on SportsCenter, telling viewers: "Our generous and talented and beloved colleague John Saunders has died."
EPSN also released a statement confirming the sad news, although they did not reveal the cause of Saunders' death.
ESPN Vice President Defends Jordan Rodgers' New Sports Broadcasting Gig: He Was on Our Radar Before The Bachelorette
Originally posted 08/08/2016 10:30AM
"Our talent office had Jordan on their radar for some time," ESPN Senior Vice President Stephanie Druley told SportsIllustrated.com of signing Rodgers as a college football studio analyst for ESPN's SEC Network – a hire which some (notably, season villain Chad Johnson) took as the opportunity to imply the Bachelorette winner had ulterior motives for appearing on the reality show.
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul Deliver Powerful Black Lives Matter Opening Speech at ESPYs
Originally posted 07/13/2016 09:25PM
The 2016 ESPY Awards opened with a powerful Black Lives Matter message from four of the biggest names in the NBA.
Teen Killed While Shielding Three Girls During Shooting to Be Honored With ESPYs' Arthur Ashe Courage Award
Originally posted 07/13/2016 08:00PM
Zaevion Dobson was just 15 years old when he was shot and killed while shielding three friends from random gunfire. Tonight, the high school football star was honored with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs.
Originally posted 07/12/2016 01:55PM
If you've ever wanted to get your butt kicked by a professional athlete in a paradise-like setting, you are in luck.
Originally posted 07/11/2016 08:50PM
In October 2015, Olympic freeskier Gus Kenworthy became the first action sports athlete to come out as gay on the cover of ESPN magazine.
Originally posted 06/28/2016 04:05PM
Chris Mosier made history in 2015 when he earned a spot on the Team USA sprint duathlon men's team for the 2016 World Championship – becoming the first out transgender athlete to qualify for a U.S. national team.
See Greg Louganis' Stunning Naked Shot for ESPN as 56-Year-Old Diver Opens Up About Living with HIV: 'I'm a Lot Stronger Than I Ever Believed I Was'
Originally posted 06/23/2016 09:00AM
Four-time Olympic gold medalist diver Greg Louganis was diagnosed with HIV at age 28, just six months before competing in the 1988 Olympics.
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