Victor Cruz is just like you. The former NY Giants wide receiver started his first day on a 9-5 job at ESPN after retiring from the NFL earlier this week.
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The Atlanta Hawks are hiring 900 employees in guest services, security, food services and more in preparation for the grand opening of the fully transformed Philips Arena this fall.
Jemele Hill is denying reports that she was demoted from SportsCenter and downgraded to blogging for ESPN's the Undefeated.
In a lengthy statement on Twitter.com, the outspoken former sports anchor claimed she is leaving SportsCenter because she asked to be a blogger.
"I have a few things to say," Hill tweeted on Saturday.
Outspoken ESPN sports anchor Jemele Hill has been booted from her high-profile gig at ESPN's SportsCenter 'The 6'.
The news comes after the 41-year-old sports anchor was suspended by ESPN in October for badmouthing President Donald Trump and for urging her Twitter.com followers to boycott Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' sponsors.
A NFL security guard was caught pleasuring himself during a San Diego Chargers home game on Sunday.
A female fan sitting near the end zone spotted the man vigorously stimulating himself right in front of the cheerleaders.
Adam LaRoche is a doting father to his 14-year-old son, Drake. So when his employer, the Chicago White Sox, told him to stop bringing his son to work every day, he offered to quit his job instead.
The popular first baseman is walking away from a $13 million dollar Major League Baseball contract because he believes family comes first.
CBS and Turner Sports analyst Greg Anthony was arrested on Jan. 16 and charged with soliciting an undercover cop for a discreet sex act. Like most happily married men, Anthony probably did not believe he was cheating on his wife since he was paying for services rendered.
The wife of Miami Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes went on an epic Twitter rant, accusing the NFL of robbing her husband of the Pro Bowl MVP.
A high school girls basketball coach was suspended for 2 games for his stunning lack of good judgment and poor sportsmanship after his team defeated another school by the score of 161-2.
If Coach Michael Anderson had it to do all over again he probably would've sat his starters at halftime when the score was 104-1.
It's difficult enough for black men to ascend into the upper echelons of NFL management. The black VP of communications for the Washington Redskins might be out of a job after he embarrassed the football franchise on national TV last night.