“It’s time for somebody to bring semblance back to the New York Knicks,” Carton said. “Day 1 — you cut Ray Felton today. No wiggle room, no discussion, no talking about it. ”
Hut hut — roast! The Friars Club honored WFAN host and former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason at their annual roast and luncheon on Thursday, and we have the highlights.
The first 14 minutes of the interview focused on the state of the Knicks, but the interview took a turn after that. Carton brought up Thursday night’s Nets-Hawks game in London, and what followed was a heated exchange.
We get to hear some fantastic little-known stories from time to time on the “Boomer & Carton” show. Well, on Friday, we were given our latest radio treat courtesy Boomer Esiason.
Read about the who, what and where in the following press release from the Friars Club…
Back on the tube! Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton ushered in a new era Monday for WFAN’s morning show when their television simulcast premiered on CBS Sports Network.
CBS Sports Network is available across the country to more than 99 million homes through local cable, video and telco providers and via satellite on DIRECTV and DISH Network.
The Giants have nothing left to play for but pride, and that’s not going very well. So is it time for a benching? Specifically, struggling QB Eli Manning? WFAN’s Craig Carton thinks so.
“Money, first of all. Money won’t bring you happiness. You have to recognize that. You have to be happy where you play, where you enjoy the fans … it becomes your home.”
“Yes, I would love to be a New York Giant. But we’re gonna sit down and talk about it at the end of the year, and approach it just like the Giants will — as a business.”
CBS announced on Monday that beginning in January 2014, CBS Sports Network will simulcast “Boomer & Carton,” the popular morning show broadcast on CBS RADIO’s WFAN-AM/FM.
Also revealed during this segment, Boomer has earned himself a few extra vacation days — which seems about right…
Al Dukes has really taken a likening to the rap game. But on Friday morning it took a wild turn as Al was challenged by Boomer Esiason, Craig Carton and Jerry Recco!
Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Lydon Murtha says Richie Incognito is being made a “scapegoat” in the wake of Jonathan Martin leaving the team due to alleged bullying in the locker room.
Dorsett says his quality of life is deteriorating along with his memory. And when asked on WFAN radio if he’s dealt with depression or suicidal thoughts, the Hall of Fame running back admitted that yes, he has.