Huffy, Dopey Cy Young Voter Hangs Up On Incredibly Chill Old Radio Host

I learned something really interesting today, which is that Steve Somers is still alive. You people out there probably know New York’s flagship sports talk radio station WFAN mainly because of comic book hater and sugar-free mafia cosplayer Mike Francesa. Ah, but when I was growing up, there was an entire ecosystem of…

Despite His Insistence, Kirk Minihane Does Not Seem Ready To Return To His Radio Show

WEEI host Kirk Minihane has been away from his morning radio show Kirk and Callahan since September because of mental health issues and a period of suicidal thoughts in August. He believes he’s ready to host the show again, and the way he’s proving it is by griping on Twitter about how the network won’t let him return.

Mike Francesa Rants About Reporter Who Made Fun Of His Expensive App

Mike Francesa’s return to WFAN has been underwhelming, although if you’ll recall what he was doing before he retired for four months, it’s actually in line with the personality of a 60-something radio guy who hates to take direction. The most interesting thing about him right now is a feud he’s started with New York…

Tom Brady Hangs Up On Radio Interview After Questions About His Shady Trainer

Tom Brady cut short his contractually obligated Monday morning interview with WEEI after repeated questions about Alex Guerrero, Brady’s “guru” and business partner, and his seemingly resumed close relationship with the Patriots. It’s the second time in a month Brady has walked out when Guerrero’s name comes up, so if…

WEEI Host Kirk Minihane Says He Was Treated For Suicidal Thoughts, Will Address It On His Radio Show 

Boston sports radio host Kirk Minihane tweeted today that he checked into the emergency room at Winchester Hospital in Massachusetts last Thursday with suicidal thoughts. He said he was transferred to McLean, a hospital that specializes in providing mental health care, and was released earlier this week. Minihane said…

Barstool Sports Founder Tells Employee She'll Be Too Ugly To Be On Camera In Five Years

During yesterday’s edition of Barstool Radio, a show enjoyed exclusively by Deloitte interns who wish they were still in college, Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy said that one of his employees, 20-year-old Ria Ciuffo, would be too ugly to continue as an on-camera personality in five years. “She’s not going to be…

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