Two ESPN hosts were called into the principal’s office last week. While neither Dan Orlovsky nor Kirk Herstreet will be put on time due to their brief coverage on Twitter, ESPN “handled the issue” with both analysts following Orlovsky’s comments on midfielder Justin Fields, according to the Miami Herald, Barry Jackson. Orlovsky caused a stir last week when he shared some incendiary comments surrounding Ohio Quarterback Fields on “The Pat McAfee Show,” including information from an unnamed source who questioned Fields’ behavior and work ethic. While Orlovsky defended Fields during his position on the show, saying his main concern was Fields mechanics, he still felt bothered by passing questionable information and perpetuating comments from his anonymous source. Some view concerns of “attitude” and “work ethic” as a racist stereotype associated with black players. Orlowski later clarified his Fields comments on Twitter and greatly praised the midfielder. More: NFL Mock Draft – Where Will the Fields Land? Fellow Herbstreit wasn’t too happy with Orlovsky’s comments, leading to an angry tweet on April 1. A length of “scholars” reckless and absurd !! Embarrassed!! https://t.co/r0RFSr1B6y – Kirk Herbstreit (KirkHerbstreit) April 1, 2021 Herbstreit’s tweet reads: “Absolutely ridiculous. Even if you don’t say it… passing that on from ‘knowledgeable people’ is impulsive and ridiculous !! Embarrassing! Fields stocks appear to be running low after widely considered QB2 in the 2021 NFL draft before the start of the college season.