Encouraging signs of a changing of the guard in Bristol? Saturday, Fox's Jay Glazer fired another shot at ESPN accusing them of not crediting him for breaking a story and folding his work into Bristol's mysterious "sources." After an exchange with an ESPN producer, Glazer was incredulous over learning that his work was included with ESPN's own reporting under the monolithic "sources" tag. Make no mistake, this wasn't about "who had it first on Twitter." This exchange was about ESPN admitting to using Glazer's work as a source, but passing it off (intended or not) as ESPN's own work.
At the beginning of the NFL's Black Monday, Fox's Jay Glazer reported that Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur was fired. Ten minutes later, the above graphic appeared on the morning SportsCenter as NFL reporters Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen were on set discussing the news of the day. ESPN credited Glazer and Fox by name for the report, even doing so on Twitter.no comments