Former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Boomer Esiason and his co-host on WFAN's Boomer & Gio, Gregg Giannotti, signed contract extensions to continue doing their morning show until at least the end of 2023, according to a report Monday from NYPost.com's Andrew Marchand.
Earlier this month, the Bengals announced that Esiason, 60, is among nominees for their inaugural ring of honor class.
In February, Esiason, pointed out that he called the Philadelphia Eagles' trade of Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts.
Craig Carton - former co-host of Boomer and Carton with Esiason, who now co-hosts an afternoon drive-time show on WFAN with Evan Roberts - said in a recent HBO documentary that he talked himself out of committing suicide a month before he was arrested in 2017 on four counts of fraud. He was released early from prison after serving about one year of his three-and-a-half-year sentence for his involvement in a scheme involving concert tickets.
Esiason and Carton reportedly have made up since Esiason said, of Carton, "He ruined what we all had." Esiason has co-hosted Boomer & Gio on WFAN since just after Carton resigned.
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