“Jalen has accepted full responsibility for his actions. Both parties are taking this very seriously, and as a result, we’ve agreed that he will not be on our air while he addresses this situation,” ESPN spokesman Josh Krulewitz told USA Today in an email.
“Some of the story the agent was telling us was inconsistent with our reporting,” said Vince Doria, ESPN’s senior vice president and director of news.
Great work by McBride and McCombs on the Rose story. If this is a preview of what’s in storer from The Poynter Institute, we’re in for an informative 18 months.
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