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Writer and Reporter — Sports Illustrated
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Writer/Reporter for Sports illustrated and @sinow; adjunct at @columbiajourn, alum of @UMKnightWallace; fan of Ann Arbor, Buffalo and New York. Father of twins.

Bruce Arians, Drew Stanton leading Arizona Cardinals to top

si.com — So, a funny few things happened on the way to Bruce Arians' alleged retirement ... He had been "re-fired" by the Pittsburgh Steelers on Jan. 20, 2012 after five years as the team's offensive coordinator.

Will NFL Broadcasts Ever Embrace Advanced Stats?

mmqb.si.com — Once upon a time, back when Dan Marino and Joe Montana ruled the NFL, a book called The Hidden Game of Baseball highlighted a new baseball metric called OPS (on-base plus slugging). It calculated the sum of a player's on-base percentage and slugging average.

Adrian Peterson suspension: Roger Goodell bans Minnesota Vikings RB for rest of year

si.com — On Tuesday morning, the NFL announced that it had suspended Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson for the rest of the season without pay. Peterson had already missed nine games with pay after the league put him on the Commissioner's Exempt List following Peterson's indictment on a felony charge of injury to a child on Sept.

Mike Freeman, Clarence Hill, Jason Reid, Adam Schefter and Ed Werder join an SI roundtable to talk about cover the NFL

Green Bay Packers trying to make sure road to 2015 Super Bowl goes through Lambeau

si.com — GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It's something of a stretch to be sure, but if there is any downside to the epic roll the Green Bay Packers are on as mid-November arrives, it's only that it's not yet mid-January, when such dominance yields the most returns and earns a team some serious hardware.

NFL media panel: A roundtable of voices round the league

si.com — As we enter the home stretch of the NFL regular season, I thought it would be a good time to empanel five respected NFL media members for a roundtable discussion on a number of NFL-related topics.

Taylor Twellman commits long-term to ESPN with eight-year deal

si.com — Taylor Twellman is in it for the long haul with ESPN. The soccer analyst has signed an eight-deal deal with the network to be the lead analyst on ESPN's soccer coverage. The length of the deal is one of the longest at the company for a front-facing talent - and likely one of the longest for any sports broadcaster at a national outlet.

Al Michaels, Part II: When will he retire? Long before any viewers know it's time

si.com — No working sports broadcaster can match the resume of Al Michaels. He's called multiple Super Bowls (he'll do his ninth this year), World Series and NBA Finals, hosted eight Olympic Games (six winter and two summer), three Stanley Cups Finals (2000-02) and some Indy 500s.

Words with Al Michaels: Everything from calling O.J. after the murders to Simmons' relationship with ESPN

si.com — No working sports broadcaster can match the resume of Al Michaels. He's called multiple Super Bowls (he'll do his ninth this year), World Series, and NBA Finals, hosted eight Olympic Games (six winter and two summer), three Stanley Cups Finals (2000-02) and some Indy 500s.

Bill Simmons' discontent with ESPN back in spotlight after Mike Golic feud

si.com — You don't need a doctorate in ESPNology to deduce that Bill Simmons is not pleased with his employer right now. His tweets on Thursday about ESPN Radio's Mike Golic had me recalling a memorable scene in A Few Good Men when Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee (Tom Cruise) explained to Lieutenant Commander JoAnne Galloway (Demi Moore) and Lieutenant Sam Weinberg (Kevin Pollack) that Colonel Nathan Jessup (Jack Nicholson) was dying to say he ordered a Code Red.
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Nov 21, 2014

RT @FOXSportsLouD: Given Jets-Bills move to Mon nite, FOX5 NY now carries DET-NE @ 1:00 PM ET on Sun. Same for WUTV/Buffalo & WSYT/Syracuse…

Nov 21, 2014

The last time @ESPNFrontRow sent out a release on ESPN & Northwestern Football, the team lost 7 of its next 8 games: espnfrontrow.com/2014/11/golicb…

Nov 21, 2014

TV markets for Bills-Jets: NYC, Buffalo, Syracuse, Rochester, Albany, Elmira, Binghamton, Watertown, and Erie. Dedes/Wilcots on call.

Nov 21, 2014

A must read via @RollingStone: A Rape on Campus: A Brutal Assault and Struggle for Justice at UVA: rollingstone.com/culture/featur…

Nov 21, 2014

@MichaelDavSmith Let me know how this OJ search for the real killers goes.

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