Rex Ryan says New York tight end Jace Amaro will get what’s coming to him when the Jets and Bills meet on the field.
The skipper isn’t happy about New York’s 3-6 record or place at the bottom of the AL East. But he’s not about to hit the panic button — especially not after nine games.
Sandy Alderson is a funny guy. That much we know. But maybe the Mets general manager chose the wrong targets on Wednesday.
McGlynn, a 35-year-old special education teacher from Totowa, N.J., was the listeners’ choice and will host his own weekly show on WFAN later this spring.
If Rose is given a second chance under the league’s new administration, former commissioner Fay Vincent believes baseball’s disgraced hits king will still be shut out of Cooperstown — forever.
“OH MY GOD!” the WFAN host said, reacting to SMU’s heartbreaking 60-59 loss. “It isn’t even close to being a goaltend! You cost them the game on this, this isn’t — it wasn’t even near the rim!”
Six passionate sports fans are hoping to land a show on WFAN radio, but the luck of the Irish will only come through for one.
Boomer and Craig open this St. Patrick’s Day edition of the show live from Connolly’s on West 45th (we think) Street.
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.
“I love Jerry Rice, but that’s what everybody says. ‘Oh, everybody did it.’ That’s the oldest defense in the world,” the legendary Cowboys receiver said Thursday.
Sports radio host Steve Somers spoke for viewers everywhere in calling Wednesday’s news “stunning,” “awful and terrible.”
Johnny Damon says if the boo birds in the Bronx want what’s best for the Yankees, they’ll keep their traps shut. Better yet, they’ll actually cheer Alex Rodriguez.
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.
Someone will get the chance to host a weekly show, and get paid for it on The FAN! Get all the details and rules here.
The season will kick-off on March 8 when NYCFC will be on the road to face Orlando. The team’s historic first game will be Sunday, March 15 at Yankee Stadium. The regular season consists of 34 games through Oct. 25.