Found November 13, 2012 on Awful Announcing:
Last night on the ESPN MNF Postgame, Rick Reilly was caught with his hand in the journalistic cookie jar.  He was seen on camera directing Stuart Scott to give him credit for breaking Ben Roethlisberger's shoulder injury on Twitter even though he clearly didn't break Ben Roethlisberger's shoulder injury on Twitter.  That awkward piece of footage is growing in legend as ESPN NFL reporter Ed Werder took this (apparent) shot at Reilly on his Twitter page this afternoon... How much of this is humor and how much of this is sarcasm from Werder is impossible to tell without a sarcasm font.  (C'mon Twitter!)  Buuuuut... Werder just recently deleted the tweet, so we're thinking he may have gotten word from up above that it's not best to publicly call out the multi-million dollar star pundit whatever the case may be. Still, the thought of ESPN reporters cannibalizing each other is sure to send all of us into a drunken stupor.  Maybe Ed Werder is the one to lead a revolution at ESPN, now that he's free from Brett Favre Watch.

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Rick Reilly was caught following Monday Night Football ordering Stuart Scott to credit his Twitter account for being first with the news of Ben Roethlisberger’s shoulder injury.  The reaction of Steve Young is priceless, and my reaction is just about the same.  I am all for giving credit where credit is due, it is the unwritten code of the internet especially in the sports journalist...

Does Rick Reilly get a Gold Star for Being 1st on Twitter? : Mike Francesa

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Rick Reilly Caught Asking Stuart Scott to Cite Twitter on Ben Roethlisberger Injury (Video)

Rick Reilly has a Twitter account. And he got the story on Ben Roethlisberger‘s shoulder injury first. And he really wants everyone to know those two facts. During ESPN’s Monday Night Football postgame coverage, Reilly apparently didn’t know that a camera was live when has asked anchor Stuart Scott to cite the fact that Reilly had the story about Ben Roethlisberger’s shoulder...

Ben Roethlisberger leaves Heinz Field with his arm in a sling

According to ESPN’s Rick Reilly, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was seen leaving Heinz Field tonight with his arm in a sling. Asked Roethlisberger as he was leaving how bad his shoulder was. He just shook his head. Was wearing sling on right shoulder. Left w/ wife. — Rick Reilly (@ReillyRick) November 13, 2012 Big Ben has reportedly left the stadium to get his injured...
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