ESPN’s Trent Dilfer: Even though the dots are clearly connected – Dilfer shares an agent with Colt McCoy, works with him, and pumps him up in the media – the Super Bowl winning QB and ESPN analyst has denied a conflict of interest. You know what might be a fun exercise? Finding the name of sports agents that represent select media members … and then seeing if said agents also represent athletes. For instance … would Todd McShay or Mel Kiper bash an athlete who their agent also represented? Does the agent for Jay Glazer or Adam Schefter also represent athletes? [PFT]
Phil Jackson and the Knicks are finally parting ways.
On the one hand, you gotta hand it to the Vanderbilt football players involved in this case of a stolen phone that turned into a shooting. (…)
Bachelorette fans are freaking out that ABC is airing a Cubs game instead of their beloved show Tuesday night.
The World Taekwondo Federation had been around since 1973, and for most of that time had existed peacefully with its initialism, WTF. (…)
Kevin Durant congratulated Russell Westbrook on winning MVP.
The Knicks need to just buy out Carmelo Anthony.