ESPN radio analyst Tony Grossi suspended for using derogatory term

A Cleveland sports activities radio station has suspended a Browns analyst immediately after a very hot microphone caught him using a derogatory term in reference to Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield.

The comment arrived Tuesday when longtime Cleveland journalist Tony Grossi was on the air on ESPN 850 WKNR speaking about quarterbacks the Browns have passed on. Cleveland’s draft record has been a place of contention with its supporter foundation right after quarterbacks the team has bypassed or missed out on the likes of Carson Wentz of the Eagles, Deshaun Watson of the Texans, Patrick Mahomes of the Chiefs and now prospect Joe Burrow out of LSU.

“Burrow. Wentz, Watson, keep it likely, Mahomes, and now, Burrow,” just one voice says.

“And who do we received?” Grossi replies. “A (expletive) (expletive).”

Following audio of the incident unfold on social media, the station quickly issued a assertion indicating that it would be suspending Grossi.

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