Joe Theismann: LeBron James Can Be A Successful NFL Quarterback "Who wouldn't want to coach LeBron James?" Theismann told the NFL Network on Tuesday. "He's the most physical specimen we have in professional sports. He could do, I think, anything he wanted."
Theismann On Sanchez: Have Some 'Cojones,' Stake Claim As Jets' Top QBPublicly, Sanchez and Tebow have said all the right things: Whatever it takes to win; our relationship is strong. Let's just say that doesn't sit too well with Joe Theismann.
B&C Morning Show: Joe Theismann Has An Answer For Every QuestionBoomer was thrilled to welcome Joe Theismann to the program shortly after 7 a.m. because he has the gift of gab. And with Craig out, the Booms needed a little rest.
B&C Morning Show: Joe Theismann Comes Out Of Hibernation To Talk Some NFLIt's been a while since the guys had a chat with Joe Theismann - so with that in mind, Al Dukes reached out to the former Redskins QB to join Boomer & Craig to get his take on Week 8 and everything that has transpired around the league as of late.
B&C Morning Show: Joe Theismann Has Nothing Better To Do, So He Calls InBoomer & Craig were joined by Joe Theismann this morning to get his take on the new collective bargaining agreement between the NFL owners and players and what changes the new deal will have on the league moving forward...
B&C Show Blog & Audio: Day 2 In Big D, Andy Calls It A CareerIt may be Super Bowl week, but the biggest story of the day is a sad one as Andy Pettitte decided to retire. As a lifelong Yankees fan, I think I speak for everyone when I say – thank you Andy.
B&C: Super Bowl Guests Galore From Radio RowBoomer & Carton braved the Dallas ice for a second straight day to broadcast live Friday morning from Radio Row.
Hot Topic: February 4It's day 2 for Boomer & Carton down at Radio Row, and a little Texas ice isn't about to slow down the big Super Bowl show. And of course, how could we call this a Hot Topic without mentioning the retirement of Andy Pettitte...
B&C Show Blog & Audio: Bridge the GapAmar’e Stoudemire and Marissa Miller joined the program and will the Yankees implement a 'Jeter Surcharge'?
Focus On Concussions Forces NFL Broadcasters To AdaptFootball's violent nature is part of its wide appeal. But as more is learned about the long-term damage of head trauma, broadcasters have to walk a fine line between savoring good, tough play and glorifying hits that can cause serious harm.