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ESPN (tv network)

ESPN (tv network)
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network.
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network. « Show less

Top ESPN (tv network) Articles

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  • Tim Kurkjian thinks the Orioles should trade Jeremy Guthrie

    Tim Kurkjian thinks the Orioles should trade Jeremy Guthrie
    Jeremy Guthrie no doubt impressed enemy scouts during Tuesday night's win over the Red Sox. The Orioles' top starter allowed two earned runs in seven innings of work, picking up (sadly) his fourth win of 2011 and improving his ERA to 4.35. Some contending...
  • Reed feels healthy heading into training camp

    Reed feels healthy heading into training camp
    A year ago at this time Ed Reed limped around his football camp and spoke with uncertainty about when he would start the season. These days, the only question on the mind of the Ravens safety is the one fans have wondered about all summer: When will...
  • Another split for Woods

    Dynasties eventually crumble. The Romans left some spectacular ruins, but ruins nonetheless. Ottomans are relegated to the furniture gallery. The Mings, the Greeks, the Mayans … the Celtics, the Yankees, the Fighting Irish. The framework crumbles....
  • Your turn: Should Reed boycott ESPN like he says he might?

    Your turn: Should Reed boycott ESPN like he says he might?
    As we see the dozen or so times Ed Reed gets his hands on the football each fall, the Ravens safety is a tough guy to track down. But my Baltimore Sun colleague Jamison Hensley was able to do it Wednesday at Reed's youth football camp at Franklin High...
  • Icelandic Terps forward Hawk Palsson goes off in Sarajevo

    Icelandic Terps forward Hawk Palsson goes off in Sarajevo
    Pe'Shon Howard isn't the only Maryland men's basketball player who has been turning heads this summer. Howard became an Internet sensation this past week and even earned some airtime on ESPN’s "SportsNation" Tuesday thanks to a highlight reel of...
  • NFL lockout continues as players choose to not vote on new CBA

    NFL owners unlocked the doors Thursday, but the players aren't ready to enter just yet. Hours after owners overwhelmingly approved a conditional end to the four-month-old lockout, the players refused to vote on the proposed 10-year collective...
  • NFL lockout continues; players weigh proposal

    NFL lockout continues; players weigh proposal
    NFL owners unlocked the doors Thursday, but the players aren't ready to enter just yet. Hours after owners overwhelmingly approved a conditional end to the 4-month-old lockout, the players refused to vote on the proposed 10-year collective bargaining...
  • Rise of 7-on-7 football teams raises questions

    Rise of 7-on-7 football teams raises questions
    As the father of a promising football prospect, Reginald Riley has no qualms about meddling in his son's affairs. He believes his son, Donovan, a Poly defensive back, has sweated his way through too many workouts on muggy afternoons to risk having his...
  • Neverending NFL lockout: Don't hate the players, hate the game

    Neverending NFL lockout: Don't hate the players, hate the game
    Frustration is understandable as the NFL lockout stretches into the weekend. On Thursday, there was premature speculation that the lockout had ended. The owners agreed on their proposal and sent it over to the players for approval. But ESPN is reporting...
  • Phillips Seafood plans to lay off, hire back workers as part of Inner Harbor move

    Phillips Seafood alerted state regulators Friday that it would lay off 120 workers as part of its move from Harborplace, but the restaurant plans to hire back as many of those employees as it can when it reopens in its new Inner Harbor location several...
  • NFL lockout expected to continue through weekend

    NFL lockout expected to continue through weekend
    Based on an apparent email from their union representatives to the players, labor peace in the NFL likely won't be reached this weekend. The memo, which was obtained by ESPN, informed players that they won't talk again until Monday to discuss "the...
  • NFL agreement nearing completion; players could vote Monday

    NFL agreement nearing completion; players could vote Monday
    NFL owners and players have tentatively agreed to a plan that would allow for the players' executive committee to vote Monday to recommend accepting the collective bargaining agreement and end the league's 4-month-old lockout, according to multiple...