The NFL Chemistry Issue explores the various personalities and elements that either bring teams together – or tear them apart. Highlights include a cover story on Oakland Raiders’ Derek Carr as well as features on Seattle Seahawks’ Kam Chancellor, Buffalo Bills’ Richie Incognito and more.
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Award-winning journalist Tom Junod has joined ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com as a senior writer. Junod, who joins ESPN from Esquire, will be focused on big-picture, long-range, deeply reported pieces.
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The moves are designed to fully utilize ESPN’s global technology infrastructure, extensive international digital rights, sophisticated analytics, and unmatched editorial talent covering sports around the world.
27 percent share of sports category is more than Nos. 2 and 3 properties combined; New ESPN.com reaches 61.2 million fans in fifth month after launch. ESPN Digital Media reached 79.1 million unique visitors in the U.S. in August, topping in the sports category for the 18th straight month. Fans spent 74 minutes per user with … Read More
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