02:54am CDT, 07/23/14

Josh Innes and Ted Johnson

Josh Innes

Josh Innes co-hosts the top rated “J&R Show” on CBS RADIO’s SportsRadio 610 in Houston. He began his sports broadcasting career early on, and by 16 had professionally done play-by-play in Baton Rouge, later becoming Sports Director at WJBO and then co-host of “The Fastest Hour” at the Score 1210 AM in the city. From there, Innes moved to Houston doing morning updates for SportsRadio 610, hosting “The Josh Innes Show,” and eventually co-hosting his current afternoon drive program alongside Rich Lord.
Ted Johnson

California native Ted Johnson is a decorated former NFL player for the New England Patriots who also played college football for the University of Colorado. Over a ten year NFL career (1995-2004), the linebacker helped the Patriots get to four Super Bowls, winning three times. Johnson was selected by the Patriots in the second round of the 1995 NFL draft and retired in 2005 due to concussions, and as such, is an outspoken advocate of research and measures to prevent the debilitating effects of CTE. He currently lives in Houston, where he is a talk show host at CBS RADIO’s SportsRadio 610.

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