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…
“You take Wayne Chrebet’s heart out of him and put it into Keyshawn Johnson, you got Jerry Rice. That’s basically what you have.”
A $100,000 donation will be made to ALS research, and Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist and Knicks forwards Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire will be on stage with Dolan.
Football isn’t just taking over CBS on Thursday nights; it’s also taking over some of CBS’ hottest primetime shows this fall too.
“Everything is healthy. I think I’ll probably get one or two more bullpens. We haven’t been on radar guns, (but) everything feels normal.”
“It kind of goes against everything (that) Derek Jeter has been,” Esiason said at the top of Wednesday’s show on WFAN. “You know what I mean?”
If Johnny Football wins Cleveland’s QB competition, he could find himself on the ground, eating turf. Take it from Boomer, who knows a little something about playing in the NFL.
Then Craig had some nice things to say about his old buddy Jim ‘Hello Friends’ Nantz before ripping into the NFL Network’s Rich Eisen.
It turns out Boomer was busy going over lines for his upcoming cameo appearance on CBS’ police drama, ‘Blue Bloods.’
He’ll get you the sports any way that he can. We’re talking about Francesa, who owns the No. 8 spot on the Daily News’ list of the “50 Most Powerful People” in Gotham’s sports landscape.
During today’s show open, Boomer shared an interesting dream he had Monday night, which prompted a call from a fella referring to himself as Dr. Montgomery.
Since the glory days of Broadway Joe, finding a franchise quarterback has been an elusive and often frustrating undertaking for a team that has rarely had a dominant player at the position.