Witten will remain in the MNF booth, which is the right decision if he's serious about having a broadcasting career.
"Privately, I let my opinion be known and agreed to disagree. That day after practice I chose not to be divisive. Prob went too far."
The Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs are currently in a ridiculous shootout on Monday Night Football...
Chiefs-Rams won't be played in Mexico City after all, and pyrotechnics from a Shakira concert bear part of the blame.
I knew they wanted to make it about the health and safety, and protecting these quarterbacks. But it just seems like we went a little bit to the left wing on that, you know?”
"It was just announced by ESPN that rather than defending our anthem, our beautiful beautiful beautiful national anthem, and defending our flag, they've decided they they just won't broadcast when they play the national anthem. We don't like that."
Witten doesn't like the idea of players using Twitter to criticize teams, something Bryant did Friday.
Will we see more and more stars trade in their cleats for microphones earlier and earlier in their careers?
Witten will end his playing career to serve as a game analyst on ESPN.
ESPN has finally found a game analyst.
Monday Night Football's opening game will not exactly be a must-watch.
Hasselbeck said giving the ball to the fullback "never happens." Juszcyzk, a fullback who does get the ball, was not impressed.
ESPN needs to figure something out to get more interest in their weekly NFL broadcast.
Jackson could call a volunteer firemen’s competition (which he did) and make it sound dramatic.
A new #GRUMOR, but this one sounds serious (maybe).
"Get fucking set!"
Jon Gruden was actually in Seattle and not at this Knoxville restaurant. The Calhoun's Twitter account released a statement apologizing "for the misunderstanding."
Jon Gruden says that Matt Stafford "makes a living putting the ball right there in the turkey hole."
The NFL just kind of does stuff like this, and like the various incarnations of the catch/not a catch debate, there's not going to be a satisfactory resolution.
Mitchell Trubisky's NFL debut is being upstaged by Star Wars!