Colin Cowherd Thinks ESPN Had Something To Do With Noise Issue During Draymond Green’s Promotion Of His Podcast

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Draymond Green announced recently that he was joining FS1 host Colin Cowherd’s podcast network “The Volume” for a new show coming soon.

When Draymond Green joined the manning Brothers’ Monday Night Football broadcast last night, he was asked about the new business venture. But when trying to hype it up, a noise issue took place, and fans couldn’t quite hear what the power forward was saying.

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Colin Cowherd wasn’t exactly buying that ESPN conveniently had an issue with Draymond Green’s sound the second he started talking about the new podcast.

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Colin Cowherd was forced out of ESPN after he made comments questioning the intelligence of Dominican Republican baseball players in 2015.

“Colin Cowherd’s comments over the past two days do not reflect the values of ESPN or our employees,” ESPN said in a statement at the time. “Colin will no longer appear on ESPN.”

The sports talk show “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” has flourished at FS1, so it shouldn’t be a sour subject for Colin to look back on his ESPN tenure. But apparently he feels like people at his previous network are still out to get him.

I doubt the network had anything to do with Draymond Green’s sound issue, but I’m here for the animosity.

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