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St. Louis Rams assistant saved a swimmer's life who was stuck in a riptide

St. Louis Rams special-teams coordinator John Fassel was boogie-boarding in Manhattan Beach, enjoying his last few days before training camp, when he was called on to save a life. 230 more words


Did ESPN's Adam Schefter go too far?

On Monday morning, Ryan Ermani and Rico Beard discussed ESPN NFL Insider, Adam Schefter’s decision to post Jason Pierre-Paul’s medical records.  Schefter did not consult any ESPN Editors before doing this, so did Adam Schefter cross the line in getting out the information? – Listen at DetroitSports1051.com


Adam Schefter explains why he released JPP's medical records

Adam Schefter, ESPN resident insider wizard, has received a fair amount of criticism from fans and NFL players alike (including Pittsburgh’s James Harrison) in regards to his seemingly unwarranted publication of a portion of Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul’s medical chart. 443 more words

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Adam Schefter Speaks Out On Releasing Jason Pierre-Paul's Medical Chart

Thanks to Adam Schefter, who might be the biggest name in NFL journalism, we all know that Jason Pierre-Paul blew off his finger in a fireworks accident. 615 more words


I was head coach of the Raiders the entire time Kenny was there and he led us to a whole bunch of victories including one in Super Bowl XI,” Madden said.

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Florio: Adam Schefter Made the Wrong Decision

Many think Adam Schefter violated the ethics of journalism in posting Jason Pierre-Paul’s medical chart, revealing his finger was amputated at a Miami hospital after a fireworks incident over July 4 weekend. 167 more words


Is Disclosing Medical Records an Unhealthy Reporting Method?

First published on al.com.  Click here.

Note: This column includes implied obscenity in a tweet presented later in the article.

To anyone who doesn’t know, ESPN NFL reporter Adam Schefter caused quite the ethical dust-up when he ran a tweet showing Jason Pierre-Paul’s medical records. 725 more words

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