With Jon Gruden re-upping to stay in the Monday Night Football booth until 2021, we look back at some of the major players and changes to MNF throughout the years.

[0:00:52] ... AT&T mobilizing your world. You heard the story during trending now but Jon Gruden to a long term contract in the Monday Night Football boat that got us thinking. About that American institution Obama. And gotten a you get in the brief him. About Monday Night Football. I'm disappointed I want that I know you got it in there for me. I don't wanna spoil it I know you've got he got our reference there who got a reference. You think about it our football. Please think. About my rowdy friends itself. That's not gonna go. How about doing that got that good you know don't you run yeah I don't may not fit. Coordinators. I throw line made. Monday Night Football started way back in 1970. The first edition had Keith Jackson Howard Cosell and Don Meredith on the call since then. Without ...
[0:02:10] ... for thirty years doing and then the last one he was treated Monday Night Football on AB CNN Monday Night Football one over to cable which goes joy you need to know about. You know why can people afford something then that we're. Television can't because of the sufferings so ESPN winds of spending a ton more than eighteen feet good. So now it's going to be Monday Night Football and I'm gonna go over there. There was a guy who who was kind of more arranging the template of Monday night. ...
[0:04:10] ... back to the year 2000. When Dennis Miller was introduced to the Monday Night Football Booth. Is sense of humor didn't go over too well with football fans know argued his lack of credibility. I don't know ...
[0:06:46] ... looks at the game from the inside out and are you whip Jon Gruden. To Ron Jaworski and you a circumstance. Right more in depth analysis with something I was. Not only couldn't I do. It ...






With Jon Gruden re-upping to stay in the Monday Night Football booth until 2021, we look back at some of the major players and changes to MNF throughout the years.

[0:00:52] ... AT&T mobilizing your world. You heard the story during trending now but Jon Gruden to a long term contract in the Monday Night Football boat that got us thinking. About that American institution Obama. And gotten a you get in the brief him. About Monday Night Football. I'm disappointed I want that I know you got it in there for me. I don't wanna spoil it I know you've got he got our reference there who got a reference. You think about it our football. Please think. About my rowdy friends itself. That's not gonna go. How about doing that got that good you know don't you run yeah I don't may not fit. Coordinators. I throw line made. Monday Night Football started way back in 1970. The first edition had Keith Jackson Howard Cosell and Don Meredith on the call since then. Without ...
[0:02:10] ... for thirty years doing and then the last one he was treated Monday Night Football on AB CNN Monday Night Football one over to cable which goes joy you need to know about. You know why can people afford something then that we're. Television can't because of the sufferings so ESPN winds of spending a ton more than eighteen feet good. So now it's going to be Monday Night Football and I'm gonna go over there. There was a guy who who was kind of more arranging the template of Monday night. ...
[0:04:10] ... back to the year 2000. When Dennis Miller was introduced to the Monday Night Football Booth. Is sense of humor didn't go over too well with football fans know argued his lack of credibility. I don't know ...
[0:06:46] ... looks at the game from the inside out and are you whip Jon Gruden. To Ron Jaworski and you a circumstance. Right more in depth analysis with something I was. Not only couldn't I do. It ...






Memphis Grizzlies v Los Angeles Clippers - Game Three

Donald Sterling spread holiday cheer to super-privileged kids. (Stephen Dunn/ Getty Images)

TMZ - Donald Sterling pulled out of a charity toy drive in Watts Saturday night … because his security team feared for his safety in the hood with racial tensions running so high across the country.

TMZ Sports broke the story — Sterling was scheduled to show up for something called the Chrismukkah Soiree “Party in the Projects.” But a rep for the ex-owner of the Clippers tells us he abruptly canceled after we posted the story.

Apparently, Sterling wanted his appearance to be a surprise. We’re told his security team was worried too many people knew where he was going to be — and considering his track record with the black community … things could go south quickly.

Donald’s rep says he still donated a sedan-full of toys during a Friday night event held in a much more … Sterling-safe environment — Beverly Hills.

Donald Sterling might be a racist, hate-filled, ignorant old coot, a pervert and an all-around despicable human being, but never let it be said he doesn’t give back to the community.

I mean it’s OK to hate the man, but let’s give credit where it’s due. Think of those kids he reached out to. It takes a special guy to go down there into the streets of Beverly Hills to put smiles on the faces of those disadvantaged youth. I imagine those poor, underprivileged little urchins, wondering if they’ll face another Christmas with nothing but their trust funds, their servants and the 70-inch plasmas in their bedroom suites and them lighting up like Christmas trees when jolly old Donald Claus showed up with this sedan full of Legos and Lite Brites. It just fills me with joy.

There’s an old expression that goes, “A man never stands so tall as when he bends over to help a child.” And to me, he stands even taller when the child he helps has three au pairs and a combination vacation villa/tax shelter in the Cayman Islands. Let Donald Sterling’s generosity be an inspiration to us all this holiday season, and in the spirit of giving, I’ll close out this message with my favorite Sterling moment of all time. From his 2003 deposition:

Sterling: “When I’€™m in a limousine, she takes all of her clothes [off]. The limo driver said, ‘€˜What is going on?’€™ And she started s***ing me on the way to Mr. Koon’€™s house. And I thank her. I thank her for making me feel good.”

Lawyer: “Sir, the question was, is this your handwriting?”

Ho, ho, ho indeed, Donald Sterling. You keep doing you.

@JerryThornton1

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
Steve DeOssie is in for Christian, and spoke about Chad "Ochocinco" bragging on twitter about the big tip he left. (He also is bad at simple math.) The 72 Million dollar high school student is a fraud. Sunday nights "Real Post Game Show" smokes out Patriots Monday.

[0:00:23] ... of the I WTI Sports Radio network invents the Maloney in for Christian Fauria Steve DeOssie today great to extricate themselves. Guys you think the guy just complained about race where exactly Christian crank calling him. ...
[0:01:47] ... is he Ted Johnson though Easter just expected to Jonathan Levy's what Chad Johnson the one time patriot through receivers Bengals receiver. Decided to leave a 300 dollar hip. Drops 300 dollars on 351. Dollar and ...
[0:03:30] ... to you're very all right our man Mohamed Islam. The junior in high school yes all of a little bit of a million dollars made in your mind dollars and penny stocks are firm lied what's ...
[0:10:12] ... actually a little bit everything it's is she the bad news for Jon Lester went up it's over already in Chicago they align next Libya. ...






Jackie Mac of ESPN, joins the show to talk about Rob Gronkowski clearing all the hurdles he's faced regarding injuries, Terrance Knighton's comments about winning the AFC Championship in New England, and the fallout from Jon Lester signing in Chicago.

[0:02:01] ... I wouldn't have said that three weeks ago and even on happening Green Day. You know a little disconcerting because they scored on I think the first four protections for sport and. But they were field ...
[0:03:24] ... Jack Celtic we spoke with the until her since the fallout from Jon Lester signing in Chicago what are your takeaways from the final decision Lester made to go be with cubs. Well practically had it ...
[0:04:11] ... wanted to gamble on somebody over thirty a multi year I think Jon Lester was. You know Jackie it it's it it's funny because they're kind of in a probably getting pushed sell I guess the way you look at right for Jon Lester. But you know what I was here in Boston that the request to play baseball was Boston bigotry at San Diego and realize that it can do it on your tail. You know lucky goal here make my money slow the less stressful on the but obviously John talked about that how the trade to Oakland playing the last couple of months got rid of that unknown you know and and we're talking earlier that tough question is it. If Lester wasn't traded if he did in the year here. Yes I unknown was still there for Jon Lester. Could possibly still be here. Like I supposed to spoke with the Red Sox eat up the way it did I think ...
[0:05:42] ... get the Celtics and what do you think about the way especially Rajon Rondo has played in the past say for five games for them. It's hot it's hard to tell him I'm sure it up ...






Denver Broncos v New England Patriots

Tom Brady‘s potty mouth has created a crisis across America. (Jim Rogash/ Getty Images)

The Smoking GunA recent televised cursing spree by Tom Brady prompted several viewers to write the Federal Communications Commission and lodge complaints that their lip-reading kids were exposed to the NFL star’€™s blue language.

During the broadcast of the November 30 game pitting Brady’€™s New England Patriots against the Green Bay Packers, CBS cameras focused more than once on the frustrated quarterback as he let loose with a string of ‘€œf***s.’€

Though the network did not air audio of the 37-year-old Brady’€™s exhortations, his curse of choice was obvious.

The FCC received three indecency complaints about Brady.

In one complaint, an Indianapolis parent wrote that their ‘€œ6 year old children know how to read lips even if there is no sound.’€ The viewer wondered why CBS twice went out of its way to ‘€œshow Tom Brady screaming the F word on national TV.’€

A Pennsylvania grandparent reported that, ‘€œMy 8 year old grandson was watching the game with me and even commented that he should not have said that.’€  …

An Iowa resident … noted, ‘€œThey clearly knew he was saying it and so did my 10 year old son.’

Brady, who has not won a Super Bowl in almost a decade, is the father of three young children.

Oh, the humanity! Oh, the horror! When will this national nightmare be over? When will somebody finally put an end to this scourge that’s poisoning the minds of America’s lip reading youth and tearing at the very fabric of our society?

Sure you could argue that if a six year old can read the words off a quarterback’s lips that he probably is already familiar with the word. And maybe make the point that in a world where every 10-year-old in Iowa is walking around with 24 hour internet access on a device in his pocket that he’s probably experienced a lot worse than a superstar athlete inaudibly venting his frustration with a little sailor talk in the heat of battle — but let’s not use that as an excuse.

No, the government has got to step in and do something to put an end to this crisis. Not tomorrow, not after breakfast. Now. Stop worrying about terror attacks and live streamed beheadings and rampant child porn, and make this horrible pandemic caused by Tom Brady‘s salty language priority one. That’s the real threat to our youth.

So thanks good people of Indianapolis, Pennsylvania and Iowa. As you sit there on your couch completely incapable of raising your own children and ask Tom Brady, CBS and the FCC to do it for you, we stand with you. And we are as disappointed in Tom as you are. Poop. Poop mouth…

If he was to give you money out of his wallet, would that ease your pain?

P.S. Don’t think I didn’t notice that dig about the Super Bowl‘s you threw in at the end there, Smoking Gun. At least Brady raises his own kids.

@JerryThornton1

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
MIke Florio, of ProFootballTalk.com, joins the show to talk about some of the "roughing the passer" and "defenseless receiver" penalties that caused a lot of conversation in NFL circles. While many are calling for those penalties to be review able, Florio notes that the calls likely would NOT have been overturned due to the ways the rules are written.

[0:00:00] ... It's NFC. Christian Fauria out today Steve DeOssie kind up to join us Sox and patriots football for a few hours here in the middle of the afternoon live Maloney events here as well. At this time. Forced oftentimes Rodney Harrison joins us courtesy of dropped cam and doctor Robert Leonard but. Mike Florio from pro football talk joining us this week pro ...
[0:01:43] ... linebacker on Seahawks court are Russell Wilson you can see why am hockey league through the flight because there is some forehead of the helmet going into Wilson's chest. Maybe they need to get forehead hairline ...
[0:08:57] ... signature win. For that team at home against the Packers they made Aaron Rodgers looked worse than ordinary which very few teams can do that to be to kick in the pants they need. To try ...





To put it mildly, I went into this video a little skeptical. To do the comedy math here: YouTube + Song + Parody + Ukelele = disaster in 99.9 percent of cases. But once in a great while the formula fails and this is one of those times.

As a matter of fact, this girl makes more sense of the NHL measles outbreak than anyone else has. As far as I know, measles hasn’t been a thing since back when George Bailey was running around Bedford Falls delivering pills from old Mr. Gower. Now it’s all over the NHL, and they don’t know how it’s spreading? They say it could be from the locker room in Anaheim, or laundry, or players using the same water bottles. In a league where players have been spitting, sweating, snotting and bleeding on each other for a hundred years, suddenly in a world full of hand sanitizer, everybody’s giving each other the cooties. And the worst might be still to come.

Sometimes faced with an inexplicable medical disaster, the only logical reaction of a rational mind is to do a Taylor Swift song parody of it, and anyone who has as little sympathy for Sidney Crosby as I do is OK in my book. Well played, young lady. Well played indeed.

@JerryThornton1

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
The defense of Aaron Hernandez has been winning battles in court, and we get a call from Rabbit in Jail, who thinks Hernandez might walk on all charges.

[0:00:13] ... Christians out so you'll pinch hit opportunity for Steve FiOS that's befallen Mike Florio. At 1130 and assume Mike thinks about my column and it posted at WB I dot com. Just went up there before ...
[0:01:41] ... before that decide it's not give up that fight we'll talk to Mike Florio about that. He's got some news actually on that topic at 1130 which we will discuss. On we wanna give back to ...
[0:02:20] ... people work predispose to know about the nature of the trial being patriots fans and I kind of think that the prosecution. Wouldn't want any patriots fans on the jury if there. Star scorers and so inclined to be wowed by that name recognition of the defendant when you. ...
[0:05:16] ... court everybody in its export with snow theory teen years old senior college. Graduate early so arrest when he won the optimistic about chuck that is based on the idea is poking you outages fine. Lot of people cares connectors Dozier and those guys as a prodigy male what teacher. Private schools that Connecticut in an almost gets a rabbit who's going to jail tonight this is a good this is good. I mean ...






The show starts today talking about the fact that some oddsmakers in Las Vegas have listed the Red Sox as the favorite to win the American League. Also, the Cubs introduced Jon Lester and he spoke about wanting to break the Cubs championship drought. He also mentioned that last years trade to Oakland made it a little easier for him to walk away.

[0:01:55] ... in the ain't so like I get the cubs strike Aziz signed Jon Lester. And he made that move you know you beat that Montero catchers so it's thick cream you won the first big guy out there like it's he'd catch up at the Red Sox lost that big guy. Mean did that the White Sox may quite a splash to solicit a twenty to one. It on open and he believes in them or not but you you picked up Robertson some larger Melky Cabrera made some moves there. I just I I don't look at nine who wanted to could say OK yeah maybe a lot ...
[0:02:53] ... going to believe what the Red Sox are selling about Al losing Jon Lester in bolting up the middle of the rotation. Is a good thing combined with the addition to the bats they may. Now I'm not a subscriber to that. But the vibe I've gotten particularly in the days since Jon Lester made his decision official and left for Chicago. Is that a lot of Red Sox fans are willing to buy this and ...
[0:03:58] ... right move the Red Sox did the right thing by not given Jon Lester all that money believe they still need another pitcher. So it even if you're even on board saying you don't want Jon Lester here rate move is not going to be worth the money here that group. You still believe they need another pitcher. I ...
[0:07:21] ... I'm wrong 6177797. 937. On the topic of not having an ace Jon Lester introduced yesterday. As the new ace pitcher for the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field held a press conference. And one of the ...