NFL analyst & football legend Joe Theismann came onto Primetime with Chris Kroeger to talk about the upcoming 2014-15 NFL season.
The great Joe Theismann joined The Drive earlier to first talk about this past weekends NFL action.
The Drive Tuesday 10-1-13 – Joe Theismann joins The Drive to talk about the best teams after the first four games of the NFL season, we ask him about the Panthers and what team will show up this week in Arizona, and we talk about how John Fox has had such a resurgence in Denver.
Mac Attack: 08/21/13 Redskins legend and current NFL Network analyst Joe Theismann joined the guys to discuss his take on the Panthers in the preseason, the latest on RG3, and other stuff from around the league
Mac Attack 05/03/13: Joe Theismann of the NFL Network joined the guys for his take on the Panthers, the draft, and how sees the other teams in the NFC South doing in 2013
Hitting To All Fields: Thoughts On Passing Of Reid Flair, Keep Your Head Up Kevin Ware, MLB Season 2013 Is Here
First and foremost, on behalf of everyone here at CBS Radio Charlotte, I would like to send my condolences and prayers to Ric Flair, great friend of WFNZ, on the passing of his 25-year old son Reid. No Parent should ever outlive their child.
NFL Great Joe Theismann: “Ray Lewis Is One Of The Most Inspirational People That Has Ever Put On A Helmet”
The Drive Tuesday 1-29-13 -Joe Theismann talks with The Drive about Ray Lewis and the accusations against him during Super Bowl week, we get his his thoughts on Ray Lewis as a person, and we talk with him about Bill Polian’s comments on our show about Cam Newton and that Bill would draft him last out of RGIII, Colin Kaepernick, Russell Wilson, and Andrew Luck.
The Drive Wednesday 1-2-13 -Joe Theismann talks with The Drive about Ron Rivera and his future with the Carolina Panthers, if the the new G.M. will retain him as coach, and he gives his 7-13-25 Rule that all NFL teams should abide by.
Mac Attack 12/13/12: Joe Theismann of the NFL Network joined Jim to topic about everything going on in the league, the future of Ron Rivera, and how good he thinks Cam Newton can be