As my family gets ready to meet Mickey Mouse and friends, let’s dive into my lack of respect for Fireman Goofy — and what triggered it.
Ed Anzalone spent half the interview talking Jets, and the other half ripping two detractors who happen to be FAN employees: Joe Benigno and Peter Schwartz.
“(Kevin Ward Jr.) put himself in harm’s way,” well-known criminal defense attorney Joe Tacopina said Monday. “Unfortunately, it’s his fault that he’s dead. I’ll say it.”
“Had I been able to stick with the plan that we had here, and let those young players develop the way they were developing, right now they would be a pretty good basketball team in the East,” Thomas said.
“He’s done great things, but he doesn’t do it consistently … What makes someone great in the history, in the annals of an organization or a league? It’s consistency.”
The actor, best known for his roles in The Usual Suspects, A Bronx Tale, Analyze This and Bullets Over Broadway, had just been on Arthur Avenue doing some Christmas shopping when he gave the WFAN host a ring.
In the third part of the 25th anniversary show, President and Chief Executive Officer of CBS Radio Dan Mason joined the program alongside Don Bouloukos, a Senior Vice President for CBS Radio.
With WFAN’s 25th anniversary fast approaching, Craig got a little nostalgic thinking about the old days, so he instructed Al Dukes to reach out to former WFAN’er Sid Rosenberg, to see what he has been up to.
Taking a page out of Antonio Cromartie’s playbook, Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw cited the “business” of football on Thursday and told WQAM’s Sid Rosenberg that “it’s all in the Giants’ hands.”
Logan Morrison is fast becoming a social media star. He’s cocky and brash — and the Marlins want their 23-year-old outfielder to tone it down on Twitter.
Recently acquired Rangers center Brad Richards joined Sid Rosenberg on Wednesday to discuss his move to New York and hopes for the upcoming season.
Isiah Thomas was given every chance on Tuesday night to deny his reported relationship as an unofficial consultant to Knicks owner James Dolan. Isiah instead played it coy.
Antrel Rolle made a splash this week with his critical comments toward the Giants’ “too uptight” head coach Tom Coughlin. According to the New York Daily News, several Giants are upset with the outspoken safety, including defensive captain Justin Tuck.
Giants safety Antrel Rolle is at it again. While New York’s outspoken defensive back softened the blow by calling Tom Coughlin a “very caring, honest guy” on Monday, he also delivered strong criticism for the Giants’ “uptight” head coach.
After their second straight loss at home, Boomer warns the Knicks that they’d better ‘shape-up’ otherwise a ‘shake-up’ could be coming in the form of Carmelo Anthony. With that out of the way, Craig was then free to talk about Rex Ryan’s Jets.