ESPN SportsNation host and former NFL defensive lineman Marcellus Wiley is reporting Jim Harbaugh will become Michigan’s head football coach. According to Wiley, an announcement will come at the conclusion of the NFL season.
Harbaugh, a Michigan alumnus, has one year remaining on his contract with San Francisco, but it has been believed for weeks that this season will be the...
Former Pro Bowl defender Marcellus Wiley added his name to a lawsuit accusing NFL teams of illegally dispensing powerful narcotics and other drugs to keep players on the field without regard for their long-term health.
"The first thing people ask is, knowing what happened, would you do it again?" said Wiley, currently an ESPN analyst. "No. No I wouldn't."
The lawsuit was originally...
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Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was cited earlier this week for stealing crab legs at a Publix Supermarket.
The theft seemed hilarious at the time, but according to ESPN’s Marcellus Wiley, it appears that Florida State players have been taking free food from Publix for years.
Jameis Winston's 'falling on the sword' 2 protect...
ESPN's Marcellus Wiley has opened a new narrative by suggesting that Jameis Winston is falling on the sword for FSU athletics.
Earlier today, former NFL linebacker and current ESPN personality Marcellus Wiley came to the defense of Jameis Winston. Florida State’s Heisman trophy winning quarterback was cited April 30 for stealing crab legs and crayfish from Publix, a Tallahassee grocery store. Wiley, though, said Winston was “falling on his sword” for the university, claiming that Florida State athletes...
If you thought the “Jameis Winston stole crab legs from a Publix” story that blew up the internet yesterday was done, you were wrong. Today, we’ve already have one grocery store troll Winston (and use his Heisman-winning name to promote their crab legs), and now a former Pro Bowler has launched a bit of a conspiracy theory on Twitter.
ESPN personality Marcellus Wiley took to...
It’s not everyday you get to watch two former professional athletes play sports against one another, though this is just a small basketball game.
On Tuesday, Kenny Smith visited SportsNation and played one of its hosts, former Buffalo Bill Marcellus Wiley, in Pop-A-Shot, beating him 43-33. He then took to teaching Wiley how to properly shoot, who was profusely sweating throughout...
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Charissa Thompson has made appearances on many sports networks, including ESPN, Fox Sports Net, Versus, and The Big Ten Network. She is most famous for co-hosting SportsNation with Marcellus Wiley, and you can find her these days at Fox Sports 1.
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