Sage Steele is suing ESPN claiming the company treated her unfairly, breached her contract, violated her free-speech rights, and more.
ESPN has pulled Sage Steele off of the air following her controversial remarks and after she tested positive for COVID-19. Get the scoop.
Former NFL QB Jay Cutler called Sage Steele "the Candace Owens" of ESPN on a recent episode of his podcast. Get the scoop.
ESPN anchor Sage Steele claims her black colleagues excluded her from the race special, because her voice isn't "authentic" enough for the black community.
On Tuesday, ESPN announced they will be replacing Sage Steele as host of "NBA Countdown." Get the scoop.
Sage Steele is getting dragged on social media after she complained about the travel ban protests at the airport inconveniencing travelers.