UPDATE: ESPN has apologized.
Alabama Crimson Tide OT Aaron Douglas was reportedly found dead in Jacksonville. Considering he'd spent two seasons as a member of the Tennessee Volunteers, this makes for an all-around sad day for anybody connected to just about any SEC fanbase and a moment to think about a football player as more than just a football player.
Unless if you're ESPN College Football Rumor Central's Albert Lin, in which case the story is a reason to immediately charge people money to read about whether Cyrus Kouandijo can take over for the departed player (screencap via @nastinchka):
Talking about depth charts after an injury is one thing, but doing so regarding a player whose teammates have only begun to mourn him? It gets worse, too. Read the opening line, for which ESPN.com would like you to pay them money:
You have to go pretty damn far to focus on football so single-mindedly that you offend Tennessee and Alabama fans at the same time, but judging by the reaction on Twitter and in the story's comment section, you've done it, ESPN.