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Bielema Statement on Agu, Death Certificate Uproar

The uproar following Bielema's "death certificates" comments in Searcy has reached a more formal place.

NFL to Take no Action on Tank Carder 'fag' Tweets

Browns quiet on the topic


Tank Carder Issues Non-apology

Browns linebacker thinks you're an idiot, is mostly sorry he got caught

Patriots fans not letting Brandon Spikes off the hook for gay tweet


While most of the country yawned at Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes' "homophobic" joke on Twitter two weeks ago, some in New England aren't satisfied with the non-response from the team and no...

UFC president Dana White's one regret: Using 'faggot'


Dana White Dana White, the president of the Ultimate Fighting Championships, caught a lot of justified heat in 2009 when he called a...

Leigh Steinberg welcomes tolerance for gay athletes - and an apology to Steinberg


Sometimes we at Outsports get it wrong. I certainly do. And when I'm wrong, I've gotta admit it and apologize. Yesterday I wrote a post about Leigh Steinberg. The uber-sports-agent had written a...

Jason Alexander offers the greatest apology in history for 'gay cricket' joke


Comedian Jason Alexander last week repeatedly joked on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson that cricket is a 'gay sport.' He went on to mimic cricket bowlers in a stereotypically gay fashion....

Another soccer player, Manny Smith, tweets homophobia at gay fan


We've seen plenty of athletes toss around gay epithets at presumably straight people, but this is one of the rare occasions when an athlete has the balls to target an openly gay fan. Walsall FC...

ESPN fires, suspends employees responsible for 'chink in the armor' headline, comment


ESPN has fired the employee responsible for a racially charged Jeremy Lin-inspired headline on their mobile site. They have also handed a 30-day suspension to their network anchor who used the term...

ESPN apologizes for 'chink in the armor' headline, promises review


Last night, ESPN's mobile site used a headline with a racially charged double entendre to describe Jeremy Lin's game against the Hornets. This morning they have ap0logized and are promising a...

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