Shooting The 3 is an exclusive SportsbyBrooks.com feature in which a sports media figure fields three questions posed by SbB. Today’s sports media figure is SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL reporter John Ourand. Ourand is the gold standard of sports business reporters and is one of the most-read and influential journalists in the sports media industry. His daily and weekly reporting – which emanates from a variety of platforms and includes a newly-launched newsletter – is consumed by virtually every top sports media executive connected to the business of commercial spectator sports …Read More
Ex-Ohio State and future pro football player Nick Bosa said he is a “big fan” of Donald Trump during an interview with VIP TV host Kavita Channe. Nick Bosa is “Big Fan” of Donald Trump. Plays with Donald Trump doll.During the interview, which took place in 2016, Channe asked Bosa, “You are a fan of Donald Trump. Right?” Bosa’s reponse was …Read More
Today’s sports media figure is NEW YORK POST sports media columnist Andrew Marchand. Marchand began his career reporting for small newspapers in Texas before being hired by the Post when he was 23.At 25, he became the Post’s New York Mets beat writer and covered their historic 2000 Subway series run. After nine years at the Post, Marchand was persuaded in 2007 to make the jump to ESPN. While at the four-letter network, Marchand’s role continually expanded and he eventually became a senior writer for ESPN.com, with his main focus on the New York Yankees. …Read More
On March 23, 2018, Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo presided over a press conference to announce a felony charge of injury of the elderly against NFL player Michael Bennett. The indictment, which came over a year after the alleged incident in question took place inside NRG Stadium in Houston following the Super Bowl on February 5, 2017, was returned by a Grand Jury without video or photographic evidence nor the fact that any physical contact between Bennett and a 66-year-old paraplegic security guard actually took place …Read More
On Tuesday David Irving, former defensive tackle for the NFL Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs, gave his first interview since he announced his retirement from football on March 8, 2019, while smoking marijuana during a live video stream from his Instagram account. Appearing on the Tiki & Tierney show on the CBS Sports Network, Irving said he would consider returning to play in the NFL if the league removed its marijuana ban while also pointing out that NFL players, not management, are ultimately responsibility for the league’s current stance on cannabis …Read More
Early Monday morning Albert Breer reported that the Oakland Raiders, led by head coach Jon Gruden, would be holding a private workout in Dallas later in the day in order to evaluate quarterback prospect Kyler Murray. Five hours after Breer’s initial break, NFL scout Gil Brandt began to fill in details on Murray’s workout, noting on Twitter that: Jon Gruden and (Raiders General Manager) Mike Mayock had dinner with Kyler Murray at Al Biernat’s last night in Dallas. Murray’s father, agent and 5 receivers are waiting for Gruden to …Read More
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