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Bill Simmons

  1. the sports section
    If You Thought Bill Simmons Was Mad at ESPN Before, You Ain’t Seen Nothing YetHis site might have a “public editor” devoted to the network.
  2. the sports section
    Bill Simmons to Launch His Grantland Follow-up, the RingerAnother piece of his post-ESPN plans comes into focus.
  3. the sports section
    Obama Compares Himself to Aaron RodgersThe Sports Guy interviewed the president for the GQ Men of the Year issue.
  4. the sports section
    Bill Simmons Thinks the NFL Had a Role in His Ousting at ESPNSo he told Mike Francesa today.
  5. You’ve Reportedly Heard Your Last ‘B.S. Report’ EverSports Illustrated reports that Bill Simmons won’t appear on any ESPN platforms before his contract ends.
  6. media
    Bill Simmons Is Leaving ESPNESPN president announces, “I’ve decided that I’m not going to renew his contract.”
  7. media
    Bill Simmons Is Now Beefing With His Fellow ESPN Stars in PublicA Twitter rant from the recently reinstated Grantland editor and columnist.
  8. media
    Bill Simmons Is Back. Here’s How He Spent His Suspension From ESPN.According to Instagram.
  9. media
    ESPN Sick of Simmons Signature Bad-Boy AttitudeThe network explains its punishment.
  10. the sports section
    ESPN Suspends Bill Simmons for Criticizing NFL Commissioner Roger GoodellIn ESPN’s defense, he dared them to do it.
  11. blog-stained wretches
    Nate Silver Interview: The New FiveThirtyEightThe site debuts on Monday, but the numbers whiz is only 75 percent ready.
  12. daily lintel
    President Obama Knew About Jeremy Lin Before Anyone Else in the WorldWe find this claim to be highly suspect. 
  13. internet-stained wretches
    Bill Simmons’s New Site Gets a Name — Grantland — and a Launch DateIn which we explain the name.
  14. internet-stained wretches
    ESPN Gives Bill Simmons His Very Own Sports and Pop-Culture SiteHe stole our Lane Brown!
  15. press-box confidential
    ESPN Pretty Much Making Its Policies Up As It Goes AlongIf the network doesn’t break a story, might it still be true? Plus, the battle for top dog on their Website, in this week’s look at the sporting press.