This morning he called in, cleared the air and things are back to normal.
After a brief hiatus from the program, Brian Billick called in to talk some football. And after sharing his affinity for the band Journey, that is exactly what he did.
Former Ravens defensive lineman Tony Siragusa was known for going all-out on the field. Well, let’s just say there was one weekend when he almost went — on the field.
With the NFL draft looming, Al Dukes reached out to a guy who knows a thing or two about winning a Super Bowl.
Al reached out to our good friend Brian Billick so that he could chat with Boomer & Craig about everything going on and after sharing some parenting advice with Craig.
It only made sense that the former Baltimore Ravens head coach come on today.
Former Super Bowl winning head coach and current analyst for the NFL on FOX as well as the NFL Network, Brian Billick joined Boomer and Craig as he does every week to break down Super Bowl XLVI live from radio row in Indianapolis.
Billick began today’s breakdown telling Craig that the ‘revenge-factor’ angle for the Pats holds little weight.
When you hear the name Brian Billick these days, two things should come to mind…
With the NFL playoffs in full swing, Brian Billick called in to offer his take on the ultra-intriguing Divisional Round.
Brian Billick joined the program just after 8 a.m. and received a memorable introduction, courtesy of Craig.
Winning in the regular season is hard. Winning in the postseason is even tougher. Players don’t need any more pressure than the playoffs already pose.
Brian Billick has joined Boomer & Craig throughout the football season to lend his keen insight — and this week would be no different.
Brian Billick has joined the program on a weekly basis throughout the NFL season. And when he does so, he breaks it down.
Fox football analyst Brian Billick – who will be calling the Vikings-Lions game in Detroit this Sunday – joined Boomer & Craig just after 8 a.m., as he does every week to break down a little football.