Plus more thoughts on the big game, talk about all the guests coming on today’s show and Al drinking lots of water…
Everybody, pack it in. Budweiser has won the Super Bowl. Again.
February may be the peak of the winter blues with plenty of snow and lovesick couples to go around, but the month also has something else to offer that should cheer even the most sour spirits up.
I see enough evidence to merit charges. Odds on a conviction are high, I believe. I don’t care who pulled the trigger — or the pin, in this case.
New York Giants punter and fan of the show Steve Weatherford sits down on radio row with the boys and announces a fourth child is on the way.
Hall of Fame offensive lineman Anthony Munoz joins the guys from Radio Row to talk about old times with Boomer, including how Boom liked his footballs on the field.
Retired NFL great LaDainian Tomlinson joins Boomer and Carton live from radio row to chat about his Jets career, specifically not beating Pittsburgh in the AFC title game in 2011.
Betting on the Super Bowl is undeniably an uncertainty and a risk. A much less risky bet would be that Paul Bessire’s PredictionMachine.com has the most thorough and sound reasoning for why the Seattle Seahawks will defeat the New England Patriots.
Asked about Brandon Browner’s comments, Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin didn’t seem to take offense: “I would expect nothing less. This is the Super Bowl. What do you expect?”
NO MORE said on its YouTube page that the spot will be the first ever to address domestic violence and sexual assault during the big game.
In an unscheduled statement on Monday, Kraft strongly defended his team’s actions and integrity, growing more fiery with each sentence.
Outrageous scenes have become the norm at the Media Day extravaganza. The event is a circus. At least both Super Bowl teams are quite familiar with the silliness on tap Tuesday.
The former Patriots and Jets running back looked back on how far he has come in his life and career, and spoke candidly on whether or not football players notice the amount of air pressure in a football.
Former NFL running back and Super Bowl champion Spencer Tillman joined the guys live from Radio Row in Phoenix, Arizona.
Relishing no longer being in the “villain” role, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is painting his team’s Super Bowl opponent as occupying that position.