• The View Implores the NFL to Hire Colin Kaepernick as a ‘Palate Cleanser' From Jon Gruden's Scandal

    2 days ago - By Mediaite

    Jon Gruden has already been kicked out of the NFL for his racist, sexist and homophobic emails, but legitimate questions remain about whether the hateful language spiderwebs throughout the league and its executives.
    Tuesday morning, The View suggested the NFL should bring back another person they previously kicked out to fix the league's toxic perception.
    “If they really wanna clean up their act, they should hire Colin Kaepernick ,” Joy Behar said. “Why is he out of a job while all of this is going on?”
    “Because he stood up to racism,” Sunny Hostin answered. “He stood up for everything...
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  • ESPN Radio Host Says Jon Gruden Scandal is Why It's ‘Hard for Black Americans to EVER Trust White People'

    2 days ago - By Mediaite

    Jon Gruden resigned from the Las Vegas Raiders after leaked emails showed him making racist, sexist and homophobic comments for nearly a decade.
    While Gruden's offensive comments are widely condemned in a public setting, New York radio host Peter Rosenberg highlights that there are too many people who still use the same hateful language with regularity.
    “There are people who today - are reacting to this story over text message and in conversations with the exact same kind of language that Gruden got fired for,” Rosenberg alleged on The Michael Kay Show , which he co-hosts on ESPN Radio in...
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  • ESPN's Adam Schefter Gets Dragged Into Jon Gruden Scandal After Leaked Email to WFT's Ex-General Manager

    ESPN's Adam Schefter Gets Dragged Into Jon Gruden Scandal After Leaked Email to WFT's Ex-General Manager

    2 days ago - By Mediaite

    Of the 650,000 emails reviewed to investigate an alleged toxic workplace environment created by the Washington Football Team, Jon Gruden is the only person to be outed after his racist, sexist and homophobic comments were leaked.
    But with nearly 650,000 emails remaining under wraps, it's highly possible that damning evidence about others still exists. Wednesday morning, the Los Angeles Times highlighted a compromising email from ESPN's Adam Schefter. While Schefter's email was not offensive in any way, it does bring his journalistic integrity into question.
    According to Sam Farmer and...
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