Fox Sports activities host Colin Cowherd’s ill-informed opinion crossed a brand new line this week.
In Tuesday’s record of 20 quarterbacks drafted since 2013 that can’t win a Tremendous Bowl, Cowherd dubiously consists of Dwayne Haskins, who was killed in a deadly automobile accident final spring.
The record could have wanted a second proofread, because it additionally says, “QBs that can win Tremendous Bowls,” when it ought to have stated, “can’t.”
Cowherd was fast to catch that error, moments after he verbally listed Haskins as he learn off just a few names from the record.
“Teddy Bridgewater, Dwayne Haskins…. guys which are simply not…” the host stated on “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” simply earlier than taking an extended pause, seemingly realizing the blunder.
“It says can win Tremendous Bowls, it’s can’t. Can’t win Tremendous Bowls.”
The record confusingly consists of guys who haven’t taken a snap within the NFL in a number of seasons, comparable to Josh Rosen, Johnny Manziel, Paxton Lynch and Blake Bortles.
Haskins, who set Large Ten single-season passing yards and touchdowns information at Ohio State, was killed after being hit by a automobile in southern Florida on April 9, 2022.
Eleven months after the deadly crash, Haskins’ spouse, Kalabrya, and his dad and mom filed a lawsuit alleging that Haskins was drugged, blackmailed, and robbed main as much as the accident.
This isn’t the primary time that Haskins has been slighted by media personalities since his dying.
Former Jets coach Rex Ryan, on an look on “First Take,” instantly knew he made a mistake mentioning Haskins in an October debate.
“I additionally stated Daniel Jones can be the second quarterback drafted when he got here out, forward of this man Haskins that everyone raved about, that I knew would battle within the Nationwide Soccer League,” Ryan stated.
Stephen A. Smith interjected, “God relaxation his soul, regardless.”
“I do know it, I shouldn’t have stated it,” Ryan stated instantly after.
Not like Ryan, Cowherd seemingly didn’t admit the error and the record was rapidly taken down by producers.
Haskins was the No. 15 decide of the 2019 NFL Draft by the Commanders.
He performed two seasons in Washington earlier than signing with the Steelers earlier than the 2021 season.