"That's the way a lot of people think."
"I know you're excited."
"I've been covering the game longer than you have been alive!"
"NOBODY knows Festivus at the desk?"
"Nobody will be talking about Mike Malone after this year. We won't be talking about Mike Malone after this show."
Both Skip Bayless and Richard Sherman made bold claims on Travis Hunter's injury.
Not allowing the name “Shannon” to be uttered on Undisputed seems like an immature reaction to the Sharpe-Bayless divorce.
"We’ve been experimenting with me sort of wearing two hats through the show."
"Skip Bayless is trying to keep up with changing times in his 70s by opening the gates of hell to three generations of ‘this is the loudest Black guy who played football during his generation.’ Three generations of it."
"Skip Bayless was incredibly proud of his coverage of Tim Tebow, the bosses felt otherwise."
On the new and improved Undisputed, the ex-NFL panelists have completely taken over what once was Skip Bayless' domain.
"To get millions of views is how Skip stays in the game."
"I'm still grateful for our moment, Skip, because I think it was positive for both of us in the end."
"This is the greatest morning of my career, this is about to be the greatest show I have ever been a part of."
Sherman will also remain on as an analyst on Amazon Prime Video’s “Thursday Night Football” studio show.
The New York Post reported that former NFL All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman emerged as a co-host candidate for...
"This is f*cking awesome, this has never happened, people are going to lose their minds that this is happening."