Hank Williams Jr. Photo by John Raoux/Associated Press

It’s been another busy week in sports media. We’re here to recap the biggest news and events that took place and share some of our best work from the week that was. Without further adieu:

Hank Williams Jr. and his theme song are returning to Monday Night Football – June 5th

Despite comparing Barack Obama to Hitler back in 2011, which cost him his job, Hank Williams Jr.’s iconic MNF song is returning to ESPN.

ESPN-commissioned study: most viewers don’t feel they cover politics too frequently – June 5th

In an ESPN-commissioned study, 64 percent of viewers felt the network didn’t cover politics too much. Just 30 percent found ESPN dived into politics too often, a number which isn’t much different from past results.

Charles Barkley calls Barry Melrose “the best analyst on TV,” blasts “wussies in the NBA” – June 6th

Charles Barkley called ESPN analyst Barry Melrose “the best on TV,” while throwing shade at “wussies in the NBA”. Something tells me Barkley would be a fan of all the NHL/NBA toughness memes.

Marshawn Lynch dropped all the profanity in first Raiders interview, aired live on NFLN – June 6th

Marshawn Lynch swore a whole lot in his first interview as a member of the Oakland Raiders.

Jerry Remy says “I don’t think [translators] should be legal,” “learn baseball language” – June 7th

NESN’s Jerry Remy said some real stupid shit about MLB translators. He offered a half-assed apology after criticism throughout the sports world.

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