The stage for ESPN’s SportsCenter is seen in Bristol, Conn. The sports network issued an apology Tuesday, one day after airing a fantasy football segment that some likened to a slave auction.
The stage for ESPN’s SportsCenter is seen in Bristol, Conn. The sports network issued an apology Tuesday, one day after airing a fantasy football segment that some likened to a slave auction. Jessica Hill Associated Press file
The stage for ESPN’s SportsCenter is seen in Bristol, Conn. The sports network issued an apology Tuesday, one day after airing a fantasy football segment that some likened to a slave auction. Jessica Hill Associated Press file

Why ESPN is facing criticism after airing a fantasy football segment

August 15, 2017 09:25 PM

UPDATED August 16, 2017 08:27 AM

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