McVay's own vague comments Friday added to the previous cases from some ESPN anonymous sources that he might head to TV for a while, but he specifically shot that down in a text to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport Saturday.
The Wall Street Journal reported many new details of the Astros' sign-stealing saga, some of which contradicted information MLB previously released to the public. And Hinch's MLB Network interview saw quite the non-denial on 2019 buzzer allegations.
Raiders' GM Mike Mayock has taken a much different media approach than NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock, generally preferring to sit in the background, but he's still wound up in the spotlight thanks to the Antonio Brown situation.
“I want to [manage]. I love it because I love the strategy of the game and trying to put players in the best situation to be successful and instilling confidence in them … and always having their back and building that trust with players. That’s really enjoyable to me.”
Reggie Fowler was the AAF's initial investor, but this week saw him arrested on fraud charges. He reportedly provided $28 million to the league, but not as much as he'd promised, leading to Tom Dundon stepping in. And bad news on the TV rights front may have been what led Dundon to pull the plug on the league.