"Thank you Mr. Editor" -Adam Schefter
Adam schefter making jokes 24 hour ago about Jon gruden getting fired from emails just for him to get caught calling nfl front office people and gms ( mr editor ) is hilarious lmao https://t.co/Cf6IGqEHba
ESPN's Adam Schefter sought feedback from former Washington Redskins president Bruce Allen a soon-to-be posted story, addressing him as “Mr. Editor” as part of a legal filing that ended up exposing Jon Gruden
Spank me, Mr. Editor, I’ve been a bad little insider.
The NFL and NBA decided a long time ago to elevate 2 national reporters in each league by feeding them everything.
So the “Mr Editor” story shouldn’t be a shock.
“Please let me know if you see anything that should be added, changed, tweaked,” Schefter wrote. “Thanks, Mr. Editor, for that and the trust. Plan to file this to espn about 6 am ….”
Uma coisa é você conferir informações e aspas com fontes, o que é normal e faz parte da apuração. Outra totalmente diferente e antiética é passar a matéria inteira pra fonte dar aval ou mudar o que quiser. Fora o fato do Schefter chamar o Bruce Allen de "Mr. Editor". https://t.co/rIlfvWDY49
access merchant: "Mr. Editor"
student newspaper: this is a public building, you can't stop us
It looks like Schefter was trying to get the story right, so he went to a GM who understood the complicated intricacies of the lockout. The "Mr. Editor" comment appears to be an offhand joke. We should save our righteous indignation for more important issues. https://t.co/fGTSoJ2Szw
An ESPN journalist referred to Bruce Allen as “Mr. Editor” while seeking feedback on an unpublished story, according to emails filed in U.S. District Court https://t.co/TcflDhm6CD
The investigation into Bruce Allen's emails has unveiled his conversations with Adam Schefter.
“Please let me know if you see anything that should be added, changed, tweaked. Thanks, Mr. Editor, for that and the trust. Plan to file this to espn about 6 am...” https://t.co/cqffM1q9Xc
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He didn’t just ask if it needed to be tweaked..he sent the full story to him (not just the part with the info the source provided) and asked him to tell him if anything should be “added, changed, tweaked” and referred to him as “Mr Editor”. That’s not another day in the office.
"Please let me know if you see anything that should be added, changed, tweaked. Thanks, Mr. Editor, for that and the trust. Plan to file this to The Athletic about 6 am" -Shams Charania to Kyrie Irving, presumably https://t.co/VfDBJU4nqJ
I don’t even care about “give me your changes”. My point is that when he refers to Allen as “Mr. Editor”…he is pandering. Both he and Gruden are buttering Allen. I get why Schefter is doing it. What I am saying is that it speaks to the environment of the executive NFL. Not good.
Sounds like due diligence? Or maybe he’s not allowed to just report stories all Willy nilly? Calling him Mr. Editor sounds sarcastic lol
Mans said “Dear Mr. Editor” lmao
BREAKING NEWS: everyone who is called an " NFL insider" only gets that roll because they suck up to the NFL news makers. Otherwise they are NFL outsiders and have nothing to report.
Schefter calling Allen "Mr. Editor" is over the top, but the rest is how that business is done.
I’m sorry Mr. Editor
But I ain’t for real
Never meant to make your owner cry
I promise to report the party line
Adam Schefter popping out of a cake on Bruce Allen’s birthday and singing “happy birthday, Mr. Editor”
Yeah sounds like it wasn’t Schefter a choice tbh lol calling him mr editor def seems condescending and sarcastic lol