He joined Boomer and Craig to talk about the Jets-Ravens game, his reasons for retiring at the end of the season and share how he feels about the current state of the game…
CBS announced Wednesday that he will leave the booth after this season. The 64-year-old Dierdorf has called NFL games for three decades, the longest current tenure by a TV analyst.
Al Dukes booked Dierdorf to join the program , but just as he was ready to come on, Craig thought the “famous” Giants offensive lineman Batchagaloop Jones had entered the studio.
Today we got to hear a cut from Boomer’s first Monday Night Football broadcast, as we listened to Al Michaels inform the Booms how he an Dan Dierdorf take their coffee.
These days, Dierdorf can be heard analyzing NFL games on CBS, as a matter of fact you can hear him flex his pipes this Sunday when the Tennessee Titans visit the Pittsburgh Steelers.
In a special Thursday program, Boomer and Carton come your way from the beautiful Mohegan Sun in Mystic Country, Connecticut.
Craigie starts off the big Mohegan Sun show by talking a little Jets football. Carton, like many Jets fans out there, isn’t a fan of Eric Mangini and can’t wait for Rex Ryan’s team to steamroll over the Browns.