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ESPN Remembers Lee Leonard

Lee Leonard, who said the first words on ESPN, died Sunday in South Orange, N.J. He was 89.

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ESPN Remembers Lee Leonard

Lee Leonard, who said the first words on ESPN, died Sunday in South Orange, N.J. He was 89.

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ESPN Images team shares favorite photos from 2018

With the New Year approaching, Front Row will showcase several ESPN Images’ team choices for most memorable photos of 2018 and their personal reflections.

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Follow Shelley Smith through 48 hours on the NFL beat

ESPN reporter shares her busy weekend in Denver and Los Angeles – and points in between.

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In it for the long haul: The Athletic profiles Monday Night Football

The Athletic’s Lindsay Jones takes you behind-the-scenes of ESPN’s Monday Night Football crew.

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” . . . There’s just a growing desire to know more about where our food comes from and how it’s prepared”

What elements went inside ESPN investigative reporter Paula Lavigne’s latest feature about the health quality of stadium food?

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ESPN pioneers Vitale, Fitts inducted into 2018 Sports Broadcasting HOF

ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale and former ESPN production guru Bill Fitts were inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame on Tuesday night in New York.

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Preview ESPN’s Super Bowl LIII ATL set location

We’re just 53 days away from Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta. Go behind the scenes of ESPN’s planned set location in Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park.

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Senior NFL Writer Jason Reid Re-Signs With The Undefeated

Senior NFL writer Jason Reid explains why he’s excited to re-sign with ESPN’s The Undefeated.

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How did 30 for 30 tell the tale of the greatest upset in sports history?

Buster Douglas, Jeremy Schaap and Ben Houser talk about the new film “42 to 1” debuting tonight (9 ET) on ESPN.

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“I can’t wait to start and to live the American Dream”

British broadcaster Jon Champion moves stateside and will call Major League Soccer matches on ESPN in 2019. He previews his move.

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