The NFL's Black Monday turned into quite the opportunity for NFL reporters to shine. With seemingly half of the league's coaches on the firing block, news came fast and furious. One of the NFL's top newsbreakers, Adam Schefter, turned in a yeoman's performance. While his network may finally be showing some positive signs in adding integrity to the way they report news, there's no questioning Schefter's professionalism and credibility in terms of breaking news. That was on full display Monday as Schefter and fellow ESPN reporter Chris Mortensen routinely broke out their phones while on set being interviewed. Schefter even was caught presumably texting with two phones, one in each hand. Watch here as Schefty is either texting, breaking news, or maybe even tweeting while being interviewed by Sara Walsh.
Saying "ESPN" and "integrity" in the same sentence has never been done before. It's like you used scategories or something....
Ian Rapoport broke the Lovie firing while Schefter and Chris Mortensen were on the air reporting that the Bears had applied for permission to talk to Assistant Coaches. Very bizarre, that they didn't pull the trigger on proclaiming Lovie was fired. FAIL.