Friday Nov 22
Dan Dierdorf, NFL Hall of Famer and Broadcaster, Announces Retirement
CBS announced the retirement on Wednesday. He is the NFL's longest tenured announcer, starting off as a color analyst for KMOX Radio coverage of St. Louis Cardinals games and other NFL games for the CBS Radio Network.
Cantonite and Pro Football Hall of Famer Dan Dierdorf retiring
Dan Dierdorf graduated from what's now GlenOak High School; he returned there in 2012 for the unveiling of a plaque honoring him as part of the "Hometown Hall of Famers" series Pro Football Hall of Famer -- and Canton native Dan Dierdorf is retiring after a combined 43 years in the broadcast booth and on the gridiron.
Dierdorf to retire from broadcasting after season
As Virginia state Sen. Creigh Deeds lay in a hospital with stab wounds apparently inflicted by his son, police investigated their relationship, which by most accounts was a particularly close one.
Dan Dierdorf to retire as broadcaster after season
CBS announced Wednesday that he will leave the booth after this season. The 64-year-old Dierdorf has called NFL games for three decades, the longest current tenure by a TV analyst.
Boomer & Carton: A Pirate Invasion Of Sorts
With Boomer taking the night off, it was Dan Fouts in the booth along side Kevin Harlan down in Tampa Bay for Monday Night Football on Westwood One.
Canal Street Chronicles
Dolphins vs Buccaneers 2013 Monday Night Football: Game Time, TV...
Come hang out with your fellow CSC'ers and talk about tonight's game, yesterday's games, the upcoming win over the 49ers, the rest of the season, fried catfish recipes, favorite beers, best game-time snacks or whatever.