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Jerry Thornton joins WEEI online and on air

BOSTON, MA – Sports Radio WEEI, New England's most listened-to sports radio brand, has announced the addition of Jerry Thornton as an on-air host and digital columnist and blogger for the station's popular website, WEEI.com. Thornton had been active on the station as a part-time program host and was a frequent contributor to BarstoolSports.com. He'll now play a permanent role as the third member of WEEI's Dale & Holley afternoon program, weekdays from 2-6 p.m.

Read the full press release here.

Check out Jerry's blog, Thornography, here.

Listen to his first Unsportsmanlike Podcast here.

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