NFL icon joins Joe Namath and Rex Ryan as weekly features on The Michael Kay Show
August 7, 2012
ESPN New York 98.7FM (WEPN-FM) has added legendary NFL Coach Bill Parcells to its weekly talent roster. The two-time Super Bowl Champion can be heard Thursdays at 4:00p.m. on The Michael Kay Show (M-F, 3-7PM) beginning September 6th.
“We’re focused on serving New York sports fans with the best in news and analysis,” said Dave Roberts, VP/General Manager. “The opportunity to work with someone like Bill Parcells allows us to deliver unique insight to our listeners. We’re also thrilled to bring football to fans on the FM dial. We anticipate a very exciting fall between our extensive list of weekly contributors and our complete coverage of both the Jets and Giants.”
This season Jets Legend Joe Namath will expand his role as a regular contributor to ESPN New York with a one hour weekly feature, The Joe Namath Report, within The Michael Kay Show every Monday beginning Sept. 10th at 6 p.m.
ESPN New York 98.7FM will also serve as the exclusive home for Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan. Ryan will appear on The Michael Kay Show Monday’s at 5:15p.m. throughout the season (Tuesdays following Jets Monday Night Football games on October 8th and December 17th).
ESPN New York 98.7FM Signature NFL Weekly Guests
- Steve Young: Mondays 4:30p.m.
- Rex Ryan: Mondays 5:15p.m.
- Joe Namath: Mondays 6:00p.m.
- Jason Pierre-Paul: Tuesdays 2:00p.m.
- Nick Mangold: Thursdays 2:00p.m.
- Bill Parcells: Thursdays 4:00p.m.
- Antonio Pierce: Fridays 5:00p.m.
ESPN New York 98.7FM is the official radio home of the New York Jets. Throughout the week fans can hear analysis and exclusive interviews. On game day ESPN New York 98.7FM and ESPNNewYork.com provide pregame, play-by-play and post-game coverage.
About ESPN New York 98.7FM
ESPN New York 98.7FM provides fans complete coverage of New York sports and is the flagship station of ESPN Radio providing sports talk, local and national play-by-play as well as breaking news coverage. It’s the official radio home for three of New York’s most iconic teams: the Jets, Knicks and Rangers. The station also carries Major League Baseball (including the entire postseason), the NBA, the BCS, local college and high school sports. Content is also streamed live on www.ESPNNewYork.com.