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Mon, 06 Aug 2012 07:23:37 -0700
Former NFL QB and current analyst Boomer Esiason said the New York Jets should release QB Tim Tebow as the idea of him being a backup quarterback is a mistake. "I'm just telling you right now, I would (cut him), and I'll tell you why I would," Esiason said. "It's not in any way, shape or form - I think - benefiting this team. All you have to do is watch him throw the ball. Just watch him."
Sun, 12 Nov 2006 18:29:29 -0800
The Associated Press reports Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning completed 27-of-39 passes for 236 yards with one touchdown during the Week 10 game. Manning broke a tie with former NFL QB Vinny Testaverde for eighth on the league's career touchdown list with his 262nd touchdown pass. Manning, who now has 2,979 completions in his career, also passed former NFL QB Boomer Esiason for 11th on the career completions list
Mon, 22 May 2006 19:49:19 -0700
Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com, reports former NFL QB Boomer Esiason urged caution to Cincinnati Bengals QB Carson Palmer (knee) to make sure he is ready to return from his injury and used New York Jets QB Chad Pennington (shoulder) as an example. "Chad came back too early. He blows his shoulder out again and now is teetering on the brink of a disastrous career and is trying to resurrect it. I hope and I believe that (Palmer) is going to get good, sound advice. I'm not advising him anything. I'm just telling him to make sure he's ready," said Esiason.
Thu, 05 Jan 2006 13:06:28 -0800
The San Diego Union-Tribune reports former NFL QB Boomer Esiason felt San Diego Chargers head coach Marty Schottenheimer should have been fired following the 2005 season. "I think that team was too good not to make it to the playoffs," said Esiason, who is an analyst for CBS Sports. "Who should be held accountable there? I love Marty, but you know what, bottom line is that team underperformed this year. ... I think somebody needs to be held accountable."
Fri, 23 Sep 2005 11:46:10 -0700
Tom James, of the Tribune Star, reports former NFL QB Boomer Esiason said on Sirius Satellite Radio, in response to the Week 2 incident between Indianapolis Colts defensive line coach John Teerlinck and Jacksonville Jaguars QB Byron Leftwich, that Teerlinck teaches his players to go low to hit the opposing quarterback in the knees. "He used to teach 'dive at the quarterbacks knees.' During a game it was (former Vikings defensive tackle) John Randle diving at my knees. And I went over to Teerlinck and ripped him a new you-know-what. And I know that's exactly what Byron Leftwich was doing because he teaches his guys techniques that really border on trying to get somebody hurt and knock him out of the game." Colts head coach Tony Dungy took exception to Esiason's comments. Dungy also remains confident in Teerlinck's abilities and says Esiason, as well as other television and radio commentators, should stick to analyzing quarterbacks.
Wed, 25 May 2005 13:26:47 -0700
John Consoli, of MediaWeek.com, reports CBS has extended the contract of NFL Today analyst Boomer Esiason. The new deal is multi-year in length, but the length was not announced.
Mon, 23 May 2005 19:19:33 -0700
Geoff Hobson, of Bengals.com, reports CBS analyst and former Cincinnati Bengals QB Boomer Esiason says QB Carson Palmer is the best signal caller in the AFC North heading into the season. "Carson is clearly the best at his position in the division," Esiason said. "Everything is around him to be great. The wide receivers. The running backs. The offensive line. Above all, he's got the ability."
Mon, 09 May 2005 10:34:33 -0700
Former NFL QB Boomer Esiason will compete in a separate competition during the EA Sports Quarterback Challenge this year. The competition, which will be held in Fort Lauderdale Friday, May 13, will air as two one-hour specials on CBS July 16-17.
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