Boomer Esiason To Step Away From Showtime's 'Inside The NFL'

Will Announce New Show Venture Next Week
August 08, 2019 - 1:44 pm
Boomer Esiason


Our own Boomer Esiason of 'Boomer & Gio' announced that he will be stepping away from Showtime's "Inside The NFL" show. WFAN's Esiason will announce a new show venture next week. 

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Esiason worked alongside Phil Simms, James Brown and Ray Lewis on the show. 

From 2000 up until last year, Esiason also called Monday Night NFL games and Super Bowls on the Westwood One radio network. 

He also hosted shows on WLW radio in Cincinnati and the Madison Square Garden television network.

A native of East Islip, Long Island, Esiason, 58, has co-hosted WFAN's popular morning show since September 2007 -- for 10 years with Craig Carton and the past year and a half with Gregg Giannotti.

The former Bengals and Jets quarterback went straight from the playing field to the broadcast booth upon his retirement from the NFL in 1997, becoming a color commentator on ABC's "Monday Night Football" for two seasons. He has been a studio analyst on "The NFL Today," CBS' pregame show, since 2002, and he also appears on Showtime's "Inside the NFL."