Lawrence Taylor is universally known as the greatest linebacker in the history of the National Football League. But would the Hall of Famer have been even more dominant if he played alongside the Giants’ current defensive unit?
Bernie Williams, who played with the Yankees from 1991-2006, joined Mike Francesa to discuss his time as a key cog in the Yankees’ dynasty in the late 1990s.
So much for those “Winning!” headlines we had planned.
According to reports, Lawrence Taylor and Mark Lepselter, his agent, were notified on Wednesday night that the winning bidder for the 10-time Pro Bowler’s ring was — yep, you guessed it — Charlie Sheen!
New York, NY (WFAN) – After not knowing his son put his Super Bowl XXV ring up for auction earlier this week, LT’s ring has a new owner and it didn’t come cheap. On Thursday […]
The news on Thursday took many by surprise: the Super Bowl XXV ring earned by Giants great Lawrence Taylor was up for auction. It seems the Hall of Famer was just as shocked.
On Wednesday, Eli Manning and the Giants received their Super Bowl rings. Turns out one Big Blue legend was preparing to sell his to the highest bidder.
Taylor says football always came easy for him. But life? That’s been difficult for the Hall of Famer to manage.
After Boomer & Craig opened-up today’s Show talking about the Knicks on-going struggles, Jerry Recco began his first update of the morning by documenting the Knicks most recent loss, which occurred last night in Cleveland.
The Giants and 49ers met six times in the playoffs between the 1981 and ’94 seasons with the victor going on to win the Super Bowl in four of those cases.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor is being sued by the teenage girl he admitted having sex with in the case that led to his guilty plea to misdemeanor charges earlier this year.
Some of you are appalled by the applause Lawrence Taylor recently received at the Meadowlands. I respect your opinion – as long as you’re not wearing a Michael Vick jersey when you express it.
There’s no doubt that Lawrence Taylor was one of the greatest Giants of all time. But did Big Blue send a bad message by honoring LT on Monday night?
The guys got a call from a listener named Jerry, who took issue with Craig’s take on the ovation Lawrence Taylor received Monday night at MetLife Stadium.
Lo and behold, the man they call “LT” was at Metlife Stadium, and he received the loudest ovation of the night. For that, Craig says the 80,000 fans in attendance (those who cheered anyway) should be embarrassed by their actions.