Alex Rodriguez reported to the New York Yankees three days ahead of schedule. He spoke for 8 1/2 minutes about his season-long drug suspension.
In this classic (animated) clip, the legendary WFAN host talks about his prowess behind the snowblower and offers to be a pitchman — because he’s just that good.
Gary Bettman is as thrilled about the success of the New York City area hockey teams as their fans are.
Flash back to October 2014: A caller says to WFAN’s Mike Francesa that maybe one day North Dakota could have an NFL team. Here’s the classic exchange in animated form.
Failure teaches us infinitely more than success does. And if Carroll wants more of the latter, he has to admit the former.
Carroll stood by the decision for Russell Wilson to throw from the New England 1 with 26 seconds left, a pass that was intended for Ricardo Lockette and intercepted by Malcolm Butler.
“That wasn’t a play that you can dissect in 10 or 20 different ways. That was the single worst big-moment call in the history of sports.”
Because they didn’t go into Beast Mode, the Seattle Seahawks found themselves in Spin Mode after losing Super Bowl XLIX.
As if wishing made it so, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell described his league — and himself — as having addressed missteps on difficult matters such as domestic violence and being ready to move on.
“I don’t necessarily want to rule Geno out or anoint him,” Maccagnan told Carton and Connolly. “It’s a work in progress.”
Listen, the burgers are good. But there’s something about da bread! We animated this classic clip from WFAN’s Mike Francesa, breaking down Shake Shack as only he can.
The WFAN host says Commissioner Roger Goodell needs to mete out swift justice if it’s proven the Patriots intentionally deflated footballs used in Sunday’s AFC title game.
“I’m the one that made the mistake. But if I’m ever given that second chance, I will appreciate that and I won’t need a third chance.”
“I feel great about the candidates,” Casserly told WFAN’s Mike Francesa. “I hope the Jets fans feel equally as great now. They should.”
Spagnuolo was the Giants’ defensive coordinator in 2007 and 2008. He was the architect of the defense that stopped Tom Brady and the Patriots’ dream of a 19-0 season in Super Bowl XLII.