Can the Denver Broncos get back to their winning ways or will Miami hang another loss on Manning and company?
CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus says recently retired tight end Tony Gonzalez will bring “a fresh and insightful perspective” to the network’s NFL pregame show.
As the Broncos and Seahawks prepare to face hundreds of journalists, pseudo-journalists, comedians, pranksters and low-level celebrities, here’s a look at some of the great and not-so-great moments in media day history.
Boomer offered his take on the apparent budding feud between a couple of his NFL Today colleagues — Shannon Sharpe and Dan Marino — after the two Hall of Famers got into it a little bit.
His voice rising, the Hall of Famer gave an impassioned take on the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin bullying controversy Sunday, specifically in regard to the reported acceptance of racial slurs among Dolphins teammates.
Boomer was alongside Sharpe as he delivered the powerful address.
Boomer Esiason caused quite a stir with his comments about Ray Lewis during CBS’ Super Bowl pregame show. He wouldn’t back down Monday on WFAN radio.
Craig’s endurance compared to that of Sharpe’s will be tested at a ‘Fly Wheel’ charity event in the very near future…
Shannon Sharpe can be seen alongside Boomer & the gang on ‘The NFL Today’ and he called in from Detroit to break down the Giants-Jets match-up.
Speaking of conflicts, Boomer was happy to announce that Craig’s old buddy Jim ‘eww Hello Friends’ Nantz may break his Morning Show boycott and once again be part of the Extravaganza in the very near future.
Jake Ballard has come a long way to become a dependable NFL tight end and the Giants are reaping the rewards of sticking with the former undrafted free agent.
Shannon Sharpe can be seen each week alongside Boomer on CBS’ ‘NFL Today.’ He called in Friday to talk some football and have a few laughs – and he was successful on both fronts.
The Giants got a motivational halftime speech courtesy of a ticked off Justin Tuck and then outscored the Jaguars 18-3 on their way to a 24-20 win.
There’s a special energy in the air. Maybe it’s the thrill of ALCS Game 1. Maybe it’s the excitement over a great weekend of NY sports. Or maybe we’ve all pulled a Boomer and had way too many 5-hour energy drinks.