The class of 2015, announced a day before the Super Bowl, also includes a pair of contributors, Bill Polian and Ron Wolf, along with senior selection Mick Tingelhoff.
First-year candidates Junior Seau, Kurt Warner and Orlando Pace are among 18 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
They have the stats, they have the titles, they have the accolades — yet something stupid keeps them on the outside. It’s time to change that, because we said so.
Ray Lewis is hoping to finish his career on a high note by winning Super Bowl XLVII.
Bill Parcells made the cut and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, while Michael Strahan misses out.
Single-season sacks leader Michael Strahan and two players who tried to block him are among 15 modern-era finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
An old friend of the show, Jerome Bettis, called in Wednesday morning and had some interesting things to say about ‘sophisticated’ Rex Ryan and his unsophisticated defense.
To his credit, Craig did not hide his disdain for Notre Dame, but I don’t think Mr. Bettis really cared.
LaDainian Tomlinson is set to sign a ceremonial contract to retire with the Chargers after an illustrious 11-year NFL career.
Running back Curtis Martin and four linemen have made the Pro Football Hall of Fame, along with one senior committee choice.
Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson says Sunday’s game at Miami could possibly be the last of his career if New York does not make the playoffs.
Boomer & Carton trudged through rain, sleet, and snow. They fought through throngs of people and frisky security guards at the local airport. Why? To go to Dallas and deliver you the two greatest Super Bowl week shows possible.
WFAN’s Boomer & Carton bravely made the trek down to Dallas, and what a slate of guests Al Dukes put together for Thursday’s “Super” show from Radio Row.
Boomer & Carton braved the icy tundra, also known as the United States, and courageously made it to Dallas on time for Thursday morning’s big Super Bowl show.
The Jets have shown a few leaks against the run in the playoffs, allowing more than 100 yards each game — after allowing a 91-yard average in the regular season. That’s giving fans on the banks of the Three Rivers reason to be optimistic.