Joe & Evan
Antrel Rolle, joining WFAN co-hosts Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts in his weekly spot on Tuesday, had some interesting things to say about the wide receiver.
“Too bad, players,” the Hall of Famer said, impersonating NFL owners. “We love ya and we need ya. Hang in there with us while we just get filthy a– rich … It’s 32 billionaires getting richer at the expense of players.”
New York’s secondary is a mess. Cornerback Dee Milliner may be done for the year. And Joe Benigno wants Wilson on the first bus out of town.
While Rutgers coach Kyle Flood doesn’t like to talk about the big picture, it’s hard to ignore at the halfway point of the Scarlet Knights’ first season in the Big Ten Conference.
“If they come to me as far as an extension, or they really want to do something, that’s fine. Obviously I’m gonna entertain it. But while I’m playing, I just like to play. I like to stay focused.”
Giants safety Antrel Rolle joined WFAN co-hosts Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts in his weekly spot on Tuesday afternoon, and the three-time Pro Bowler was understandably in a good mood.
The Patriots are vulnerable, and Rex Ryan continues to preach patience with slumping quarterback Geno Smith. Insanity?
“I have two words: Michael Vick. That’s all I’m gonna say. It’s time for him to start … I’ve had enough of Geno (Smith) already.”
“We need this in the worst way,” the captain told Joe & Evan. “I’m excited, I’m gonna be upbeat. The team is gonna be upbeat. I think we moved in a positive direction this past Sunday.”
“I challenge all the fans in New York to be louder. And you know what? In order for them to be louder, we have to give them something to be loud about.”
“Oh, God no,” Irvin told Joe & Evan when asked if he believes that Goodell is lying about having never seen the second video. “God no. God no, I don’t think he’s lying.”
“We need more fight. I feel like the team needs more fight. We need more attitude … I think we’re relying on our talent way too much as opposed to going out there and being dominant, being feisty, having that dog.”
“The group that’s conspicuously absent in terms of voice on this is the NFL Players Association and their leader, DeMaurice Smith.”
“I think this is a make-or-break year for Eli. If he has another season like he had last year, this could be really it for him in New York.”
WFAN host Mike Francesa didn’t disappoint on Friday, making good on his word by doing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in front of a big crowd at Bar A.