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ESPN

ESPN
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

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  • Josh Wilson one of many Ravens free agents waiting for end to lockout

    Josh Wilson one of many Ravens free agents waiting for end to lockout
    The NFL players' leadership is expected to recommend the labor deal Monday, which would move the league one step closer to ending the lockout. According to an ESPN report, the league and the players have reached an agreement on the remaining issues in...
  • Domonique Foxworth was NFLPA executive board 'eye candy'

    Domonique Foxworth was NFLPA executive board 'eye candy'
    When ESPN's cameras broadcast NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and NFLPA head honcho DeMaurice Smith -- who were flanked by a group of players and owners that included Ravens cornerback Domonique Foxworth -- as they held a press conference that officially...
  • H20 Pink wins field hockey title in Disney

    Competing in their last tournament as a U14 team, H20 pink, went undefeated in capturing the Gold Medal at the ESPN Rise/ Disney Junior Showcase held July 16-19 in Orlando. The Harford County based field hockey club has added this prestigious championship...
  • Should the Giants bring back Burress?

    Win-win for Giants? Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun Some team is going to give Plaxico Burress a second (or is it third?) chance, so why not the Giants? The wide receiver certainly owes the team after spending 20 months in prison and missing the last...
  • Kyle Busch a growing contender

    — When the news broke in early June, the public vitriol aimed at NASCAR driver Kyle Busch burst into view. Reports had surfaced that NASCAR team owner Richard Childress, fed up with Busch running into this drivers in recent races, grabbed Busch...
  • A city without traffic disruption is dull

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || ++++++++++++++++++++ Imagine a city in which the streets always ran smoothly, with no interruptions for special events. Boring! I get a lot of complaints about the traffic disruptions caused by one event or another taking place...
  • Uniform changes will make Maryland a truly new-look football team

    Uniform changes will make Maryland a truly new-look football team
    When Maryland's new football uniforms are unveiled later this month, they will be as conspicuous for what doesn't appear on the jerseys as what does. Gone will be the players' names — an equipment decision that figures prominently in what might...
  • Ravens notebook: Center Casey Rabach returns to team

    Ravens notebook: Center Casey Rabach returns to team
    The Ravens signed center Casey Rabach to a two-year contract Tuesday, gaining insurance in case Matt Birk's balky left knee leaves them short at the position. According to an ESPN report, Birk, 35, needs arthroscopic surgery on the knee. Birk played...
  • Quarterback Marc Bulger retires after 9-year career

    Quarterback Marc Bulger retires after 9-year career
    he Ravens will have to find a new backup for Joe Flacco. Marc Bulger, 34, who was the Ravens' No. 2 quarterback, last year, has decided to retire after 11 NFL seasons and two Pro Bowls. A league source told The Baltimore Sun about Bulger's intentions...
  • Maryland's Edsall sets record straight on new rules

    Maryland's Edsall sets record straight on new rules
    Maryland football coach Randy Edsall said Thursday that there is "misinformation" in the media about rules he has imposed — such as not permitting players to wear ball caps, do-rags or earrings during meetings — and that team members aren't...
  • Gruden steps out of shadow

    GEORGETOWN, Ky. — Jay Gruden has his older brother's voice, and their eyes have the same steely glint. Jay is bigger, has darker hair and more of a twisted smile than a sinister Chucky grimace. "Jon's more edgy, grouchier too. Meaner," said the...
  • Bonner's marching orders bring him to Cockeysville

    Cockeysville Baptist Church, located on Warren Road, is happy to welcome its new pastor, the Rev. Tim Bonner.  He holds a master of divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, graduating in 1988, and also holds the rank of...