Football isn’t just taking over CBS on Thursday nights; it’s also taking over some of CBS’ hottest primetime shows this fall too.
CBS is reportedly still looking for another analyst after adding a future Hall of Famer to its pregame show.
Bill Cowher hasn’t walked the sidelines of an NFL game since he retired following the 2006 season – one year after he led his Pittsburgh Steelers to a Super Bowl championship.
Jay Cutler, it’s your time to shine.
It was just a few weeks ago that New York radio co-hosts Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton were arguing the Jets should cut Tim Tebow.
Count former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason among those who thinks the Tim Tebow-Jets experiment is a bad idea.
Two days after Boomer Esiason told The McNeil and Spiegel Show that former NFL head coach Bill Cowher would come out of retirement to coach the Bears, Cowher addressed those comments.
After the firing of general manager Jerry Angelo, Bears president Ted Phillips made it clear that head coach Lovie Smith will have a say in who is hired to replace Angelo.
Devin Hester picked up his third NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honor of the season Wednesday after recording 122 punt return yards on three returns and an 82-yard punt return touchdown Sunday against the Lions.
As the Bears offense struggles to find its identity, CBS Sports football analyst Boomer Esiason thinks the Bears should just stick to what works.
The immediate response, by many, to Jay Cutler’s injury wasn’t very positive. There were some who questioned his toughness and mental makeup. Those people were angry that Cutler didn’t try to finish the game.
The Bears won’t be playing this week, as the number two-seed they’ve earned a first round bye in the NFC Playoffs. And according to Boomer Esiason, former NFL quarterback, there are even more positives for the Bears.
Michael Vick has been one of the most dynamic players in the NFL this season. But according to Boomer Esiason, the Bears’ defense has what it takes to shut him down.