Three ESPN broadcasters have Nike shoe contracts

New York Times
Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit and Lee Corso have deals that were never announced or disclosed to viewers. “We were unaware of these deals,” ESPN’s spokesman tells Richard Sandomir. “GameDay” host Fowler is ending his association with the shoe company “to avoid any potential perception issues, he says. || Earlier: ESPN’s Erin Andrews endorses Reebok shoe just weeks after doing damaging report on Nike.

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  • Anonymous

    Uh, ever heard of APPEARANCE OF CONFLICT, folks? Apparently not. That free trip to Hawaii offered up by a local travel company would have “nothing to do” with what I write, either. But I suppose I should turn it down, just for appearances sake.

    Ample evidence of how far removed ESPN staffers are from being journalists. And apparently the network is OK with that.