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He used to guard Mike Francesca’s path to the bathroom. Enough said. Actually, there’s a lot more where that came from.
So over the weekend, there was a bit of a brouhaha (that had been a while in the making) over ESPN and the way it credits (or doesn’t properly credit, to put a finer point on it) reporters from other news outlets who break stories before their reporters do. Well, it seems ESPN took note of the criticism it faced.
FOX’s Jay Glazer called out ESPN on Twitter, accusing them of calling his report “sources.” An ESPNer responded with the WWL’s ridiculous policy on “sources” and “reports” and things and stuff. The juicy, nerdy details, after the jump.
Before Rick Reilly strong-armed Stuart Scott into crediting his Twitter feed for reporting news everyone already knew, he was already a target of the blogosphere – mostly due to his recycled columns and absurdly cheesy one-liners. We didn’t think the target on his back could get any bigger, or that other well-known journalists would jump aboard the Reilly hate train. Well, both of those things happened.
New York special teams coach Mike Westhoff told the media he had discovered the Pats’ use of a sideline “wall” while reviewing tapes to investigate the Jets’ own tripping incident against the Miami Dolphins last month, but Sunday was the first time video evidence was produced.
And now, another Brett Favre development. And unlike SNL’s Wrangler ad parody last night, this one, according to Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer, is the real deal.
Jay Glazer of Fox Sports is reporting that a trade between the New England Patriots and Minnesota Vikings for Randy Moss has been finalized.
Multiple sources say a deal may be imminent. Others say not. Either way, Twitter is officially abuzz.