ESPN reporter Darren Rovell has developed an interesting reputation over the last 10-plus years and grabbed more disgusted haters than anyone could count.
Darren Rovell, touchy brand-worshiper of ESPN fame, blocked the wrong dude on Twitter.
On Tuesday, Richard Sherman brilliantly lampooned and critiqued the NFL over… well, everything ranging from player safety to endorsement deals to media obligations.
Among the Internet’s most popular talking points this week: Notre Dame receiver Justin Brent going on a date (that appeared to end well) with porn star Lisa Ann. ESPN’s business reporter/Internet punching bag Darren Rovell decided to address the news by referencing the Catholic university’s code of conduct policy, which condemns pre-marital sex. In other
Darren Rovell is not the most beloved ‘sports business’ guy in the world and for good reason. Today he took to Twitter to feed the trolls with a photo of him in the make-up room at ESPN wearing a leopard ‘cape.’ So here you go, Internet. make your own Rovell leopard meme in just a
While the world continues to wait for some official LeBron James news, everybody’s favorite Twitter dweeb, Darren Rovell, is randomly spewing information about Brandi Chastain’s famous bra from the 1999 World Cup. Brandi Chastain once told me she was offered "hundreds of thousands of dollars" for her famous bra. She decided to pass. — darren
At least once a month I actually feel bad for hating on Darren Rovell so much, but then he usually gives me a solid reason why I get so annoyed with his Twitter feed. Today was one of those days. If the below doesn’t irk you, I am very jealous…. Dog.
Darren Rovell did a TV hit for ESPN at the final day of the NFL Draft on Saturday and his hair was looking, um, a little less than spectacular. The bad news? Rovell’s lucious locks might be on their last legs. The good news? This could be really good for Rogaine’s brand.
Hundreds of thousands of people around the world have a little bit of normalcy back in their lives as of today, and they can thank ESPN and Darren Rovell for that. As each of these 462,000 people scrolled through their Twitter timeline this morning, a very familiar avatar and a ‘brand’ oriented set of words
Darren Rovell has earned himself quite the reputation of being a dweeb on Twitter, and his latest antics aren’t going to help him in that regard. It all started when PFT Commenter posted this article about RG3’s new logo along with a Hitler joke: RG3 debuts new pesronal symbol. You know who else had his
AS they have been known to do in the past, Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch and ESPN’s Darren Rovell engaged in a dumb Twitter battle on Tuesday morning. The whole thing started when Rovell tweeted a picture of a lot of empty seats in Sochi, and things escalated (and got very personal) from there. Take a