Many football fans on Twitter seem to be happy about the news that Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe have been removed from “NFL Today” on CBS. One noted NFL writer in particular, Jason Cole, has been adding to the news, bringing Marino’s work ethic into question.
No RT @chrisperk: Hyde: Marino out at CBS – bring him to Dolphins http://t.co/qsCogonyy4
— Jason Cole (@JasonPhilCole...
In a surprising announcement, CBS is moving on from two NFL Hall of Famers, quarterback Dan Marino and tight end Shannon Sharpe, as analysts and are reportedly bringing in future Hall of Fame tight end, Tony Gonzalez. Per John Ourand of Sports Business Daily:
Tony Gonzalez is in; Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe are out as part of a CBS NFL studio shakeup. Full story will be in SportsBusiness...
Longtime analysts Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe will not return to CBS' ''The NFL Today'' pregame show.
CBS chief Sean McManus said in a statement that ''Dan and Shannon are true Hall of Famers on the field and in front of the camera. As they pursue other professional opportunities, we thank them for their hard work and dedication and wish them nothing...
Via AP on Fox
18 days ago
Sean McManus of CBS Sports announced on Tuesday that they have hired former Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez as a studio analyst for their NFL Today pregame show. Interestingly enough, Gonzalez will replace Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe who have been with the show for a number of years now. “Having just stepped off the playing field, Tony brings a fresh and insightful perspective...
Breaking and quite surprising news has Dan Marino now searching for a new job.
CBS just sent a release on the NFL Today: Tony Gonzalez is in. Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe are out.
— Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) February 18, 2014
It has been long rumored that Marino would be interested in rejoining the Dolphins organization, so is now the time ?
During the Super Bowl on Radio...
Dan Marino did his tour of Super Bowl’s radio row Tuesday morning and stopped by local radio station 560WQAM to chat with Joe Rose.
A couple of interesting tidbits come from the interview.
Marino mentioned that Dolphins owner DID reach out to him to discuss the Dolphins offensive coordinator opening as well as a few other topics.
Marino says he’s happy in TV, but in future would...
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Former Dolphins great Dan Marino threw a behind the back pass 40 yards down field during a walk through practice in Buffalo in 1988. [ Bleacher Report ] Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Dan Marino throws a 40 yard pass behind his back (Video) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
AN AFFAIR TO FORGET
The NY Post revealed on Thursday that NFL legend Dan Marino had a child with a CBS production assistant in 2004, to whom he also paid hush money to keep the matter quiet.
Much like the team's owner, Dolphins legend Dan Marino would fully support Miami's drafting of Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill.