WFAN’s Boomer Esiason said Frank Reich, his former college roommate, left with a good impression of Jets owner Woody Johnson as the team searches for a new head coach.
The plan will add to pressure on St. Louis to either strike a deal for a new stadium or watch the team return to Southern California, where it played from 1946 to 1994.
This segment had a lot going on, which is generally the case when Jerry Recco makes his presence felt on the radio program.
Our friends at CBS Sports Network have been hard at work, digging through countless hours of footage. Behold the fruits of their labor.
With Week 16 of the highly competitive world of fantasy football upon us and Christmas right around the corner, Boomer belted out a rather unique version of the Clement Clarke Moore classic.
Johnny Manziel needs to elevate his skills to meet his larger-than-life personality. And — like it or not — that will take some time, according to Boomer Esiason.
“Two things are gonna happen that I believe are already done. It’s just a matter of time before they’re announced. Both the Rams and the Raiders are gonna go to L.A.”
Whether or not the Boomer & Carton producer ever actually said that he would eat a banana after it had been in a toilet is really not important.
Lesson learned. Don’t rile the Blonde Bomber when his belly is not full…
“Look, I had a great working relationship with Tom Coughlin … I have an opinion. It’s my job to have an opinion. That’s what (CBS executives) hired me to be.”
Coming back from break, Craig felt inspired. And because of that we were all treated to an impromptu song about Boomer and his ‘a– kicking’ ways.
WFAN co-host Boomer Esiason, much to the displeasure of Craig Carton, has been named the commissioner of the Feline Football League (FFL).
Boomer was impressed by the $28 pile of turkey, bacon, yellow American, lettuce and tomato. But the former NFL MVP wasn’t sure he’d be up to the challenge of chowing it down.
Former Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes has won 16 games for the Twins this year, but missed out on a $500,000 bonus by just 1/3 of an inning — tough break, kid.
While making some comments Tuesday about his former teammate Wayne Chrebet, Boomer made reference to Keyshawn Johnson. Well, Johnson got wind of the comments…