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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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  • If Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti is lying, he'll have to sell team

    If Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti is lying, he'll have to sell team
    Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti better not be lying.
  • In news conference, Steve Bisciotti speaks out about ESPN report on Ray Rice

    In news conference, Steve Bisciotti speaks out about ESPN report on Ray Rice
    Offering an emphatic response to what he perceived as an attack on his organization’s integrity, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti on Monday rebutted a recent report saying that the organization engaged in a “pattern of misinformation and...

    On The Fly: Ravens Bisciotti Rebuts ESPN Report

    Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti, the man who once employed Ray Rice, stood before the media Monday afternoon in an attempt to refute an ESPN story. It wasn't the grainy video of Rice dragging his then-fiance out of an elevator or the TMZ video of...

    South Florida's top bowl renamed Capital One Orange Bowl

    South Florida's top bowl renamed Capital One Orange Bowl
    South Florida's highest profile bowl game has a new name — the Capital One Orange Bowl. Capital One took over as the bowl's new title sponsor, replacing Discover. The Orange Bowl is one of the six bowl games featured as part of the new College...

    Ravens owner apologizes for not demanding Ray Rice video

    Ravens owner apologizes for not demanding Ray Rice video
    (Reuters) - The owner of the National Football League's Baltimore Ravens apologized on Monday for not demanding the graphic video of former star running back Ray Rice striking his then-fiance, saying it "never crossed my mind" and he was "deeply sorry."...