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Stephen A. Smith is a Race-Baiting Troll ... and a Dumb One at That

ESPN has fooled some with that race-bating troll Stephen A. Smith. Move him around and let him appeal to those that can't dissect his racist stupidity. Today, the Post did. Smith loudly recycles familiar ‘racism’ claimMoved by Denver’s hire of former longtime assistant and backup quarterback Gary Kubiak as head coach last week — in December Kubiak, white man, was fired by...
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People React to Stephen A. Smith’s New $3 Million/Year Contract

Stephen A. Smith has a new contract and a lot of people think it is a joke. The highly criticized ESPN personality will earn north of $3 million per year under his new deal, a figure that puts Smith above most of the athletes and coaches that he discusses. The television and radio show host Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Stephen A. Smith Will Make $3+ Million a Year on New Deal With ESPN

I’m not mad at my brotha from Hollis, Queens. Stephen A. Smith has officially made it. Enough to make you a Bolshevik: @stephenasmith new deal with @espn has him in $3.1 million to 3.5 range annually. — James Andrew Miller (@JimMiller) January 22, 2015 Smith will now make more than the average NFL player does. With Stephen A Smith new contract he will make more than Russell...
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Stephen A. Smith makes more than the average NFL player

Earlier this week we told you about Stephen A. Smith’s new contract with ESPN that ensures he’ll be hurting your eardrums for several more years.  Now comes this tidbit from ESPN sage Jim Miller.  Smith’s salary in his new contract is greater than $3 million dollars. Three.  Million.  Dollars.  To yell and scream about sports on television.  Three.  Million.  Dollars...
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Stephen A. Smith reportedly re-signs new contract with ESPN

According to The Big Lead, Stephen A. Smith has wrapped up negotiations with ESPN on a new contract extension and will be staying in Bristol “for the foreseeable future.” Yay. Six years ago, Smith left ESPN without a new contract and his career as a national sports personality seemed dead in the water.  Now he’s remade himself into one of ESPN’s biggest and most profitable...
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First Take is now debating God

There have been plenty of great debates throughout the history of Christianity.  The Apostle Paul’s mission to preach to the Gentiles and whether or not they first must be circumcised.  The Council of Nicea and the understanding of the Holy Trinity.  The divorce of Henry VIII.  Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation. And now, “who did God really want to win the NFC...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: The University Of Florida Paid ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith 26K To Speak

The University of Florida embraced debate Wednesday night. The Gators brought First Take‘s Stephen A. Smith to campus for a speaking engagement.  The loud-mouthed ESPN personality did not come cheaply. According to his contract, published today by Deadspin, Smith was paid $26,500 for his appearance. Smith, 47, spoke for 45 minutes, answered questions for 15 minutes and attended...
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November 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Stephen A. Smith Leaving ESPN Radio

In what could eventually lead to a complete breakup with ESPN, controversial media personality Stephen A. Smith is reportedly leaving ESPN Radio for a gig on SiriusXM radio.  This report by the NY Daily News goes on to indicate that Smith will be joining Mad Dog Radio, which is run by another controversial media personality in Chris Russo. Apparently, this is a match made in...
Via Sportsnaut
July 26, 2014  |  Discuss

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