The Philadelphia Eagles have re-signed offensive lineman Jason Peters to a one-year contract to play guard, not tackle, the team announced Tuesday.
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"The Scoop" kicked off the 2nd hour of the show, where the fellas wondered if Patrick Mahomes will get more Super Bowl rings than Tom Brady. ESPN's Tim Bontemps came on to talk about the "Disney Bubble" and if the Lakers have enough to win the title, even after Rajon Rondo's injury. And, more talk on the DeSean Jackson controversy. Plus, "Radio Tinder."
Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson accepted an invitation to visit Auschwitz during a Zoom call with a Holocaust survivor on Friday.
As athletes drive further into public advocacy, the Eagles wide receiver has shown that the path forward isn't as obvious as it might have seemed.
The Eagles penalized DeSean Jackson for conduct detrimental to the team with what a source said included a fine.
The 2nd Hour kicked off with a couple breaking news stories: The NFL doing something about DeSean Jackson's message about Jewish people and the Pac-12's decision to go conference only this season. And, talk on the Washington Football Team and the Cleveland Baseball Team about changing their names. Then, "Radio Tinder."
Former NFL MVP Randall Cunningham has joined the rebranded Las Vegas Raiders as the team's new chaplain.
Eagles OT Lane Johnson talks about the upcoming lineman summit and what precautions they are taking to make sure they can still get a lot out of the event. He talks about how he's comfortable with everything the NFL has laid out so far as they get ready for training camp, and his reaction to DeSean Jackson's comments.
Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman, who is Jewish, says he'd like to take DeSean Jackson to the Holocaust museum.
The guys reacted to Stephen Jackson's apology for "defending" DeSean Jackson and Julian Edelman's IG message to DeSean. Plus, new names for the Cleveland Indians. And, is Rajon Rondo "hotel shaming?" Also, "Game of Games" and Crosstalk with Allen Sliwa.
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh stops by. The guys will discuss if the Power 5 conferences will cancel sports and the state of Michigan football. Plus, Jamal Crawford returns to the NBA and DeSean Jackson's apology.
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie's documentary film company announced Thursday the completion of its inaugural project, "The Meaning of Hitler." Lurie is an executive producer on the film.
First Take 2nd Hour: Makur Maker on why he picked Howard, reaction to Stephen Jackson on CNN, and more
5-Star basketball recruit Makur Maker joins to talk about why he committed to Howard University. Stephen A. & Max react to Amazon pulling Washington NFL merchandise, talk about Stephen Jackson's defense of Desean Jackson, and much more.
Yesterday the Ivy League announced that it has ruled out playing all sports this fall. With that in mind, do you think there will be a college football season this year? Plus, who will buy the Mets?
Stephen Jackson said he could have been clearer in his defense of DeSean Jackson but told CNN that his comments had nothing to do with defending anti-Semitism.
|5(23)||John Hightower||WR||Boise State|
|6(21)||Quez Watkins||WR||Southern Miss|
|6(31)||Prince Tega Wanogho||OT||Auburn|