Andy Gresh

Gresh started his career at WPRO-AM in Providence, RI in 1997 working behind the scenes and in October 1997 he became the co-host in morning drive on 790 The Score. He remained there until 2008, while also working part-time for WFAN & ESPN Radio, as well as Sirius/XM radio. After spending most of 2008 at ESPN Radio, he joined the original staff of Mad Dog Radio at Sirius/XM in 2009.

Gresh left Sirius/XM in 2010 to join 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston. In April of that year he teamed up with Providence radio partner Scott Zolak, where they soared to massive ratings in middays. Gresh left the Sports Hub in 2015 and is now with WTIC-AM in Hartford, CT.From 2005-2014, Gresh was the pre-game, halftime, and post-game analyst on the New England Patriots radio network. He has been a part of 3 Super Bowl broadcasts and has covered 3 World Series, one Stanley Cup Final, and numerous NBA playoff series with an NBA Finals in 2007.

Gresh has also been a college football color analyst for various networks since 2007, and has provided sports commentary and analysis since the early 2000’s for television entities like CSNNE & SNY. Gresh graduated (allegedly) with a degree in journalism from the University of Rhode Island in 1997. He was a 2-year letterman, and starting offensive lineman on the URI football team.


Jody McDonald

Sports talk show veteran Jody McDonald was an inaugural member of WFAN New York, the first-ever 24/7 sports talk station in the country. During his over 25 year career in broadcasting, McDonald has hosted mid-days at WFAN, WIP in Philadelphia, and ESPN New York, as well as afternoon drive at Sportstalk 950 WPEN in Philadelphia.

In addition, he has hosted shows on Sirius XM and filled in on ESPN and Fox Sports Radio, including the Dan Patrick show on both radio and television. He continues to fill in on WFAN and WIP, including handling weekday Phillies post-game duties, as well as at Sirius XM.


Sean Pendergast

Having grown up listening to WFAN and made a name for himself as a caller to Jim Rome, for Sean, CBS Sports Radio feels like a logical home. During the week, Sean has been the cohost of the popular “Triple Threat” afternoon drive show on Houston’s SportsRadio 610 since 2014.


Jon Marks

Jon Marks discusses the latest news and notes from around the sports world.


Sunday Morning Football With D.A.

Damon Amendolara is a daily host for CBS Sports Radio Network. He anchors "The D.A. Show" from 9a-12p EST/6a-9a PST, and "Sunday Morning Football" 9-11a EST, heard nationally on nearly 200 affiliates. D.A. has been a commentator on the NFL Films' popular "Top 10" series since '08, running regularly on NFL Network. He appears on MLB Network, SNY television and CBS Sports Network.


Laurence Holmes

In addition to Laurence Holmes' insightful perspective, a signature feature of his show is the in-studio interview with athletes, coaches and journalists, allowing for deeper discussion on their backgrounds and the day’s most important topics. Herb Lawrence is the executive producer of the show. Follow Laurence on Twitter @LaurenceWHolmes.


Vince Quinn

Vince Quinn discusses the latest news and notes from around the sports world.


Jody McDonald

Sports talk show veteran Jody McDonald was an inaugural member of WFAN New York, the first-ever 24/7 sports talk station in the country. During his over 25 year career in broadcasting, McDonald has hosted mid-days at WFAN, WIP in Philadelphia, and ESPN New York, as well as afternoon drive at Sportstalk 950 WPEN in Philadelphia.

In addition, he has hosted shows on Sirius XM and filled in on ESPN and Fox Sports Radio, including the Dan Patrick show on both radio and television. He continues to fill in on WFAN and WIP, including handling weekday Phillies post-game duties, as well as at Sirius XM.


Carrington Harrison

Carrington Harrison discusses the latest news and notes from around the sports world.


Andrew Fillipponi

Andrew grew up in upstate New York. He graduated from Syracuse University where he served as the talk show director at historic student radio station, WAER. In 2008 and 2009, he hosted, anchored and reported for WGR 550 in Buffalo. In 2010, he moved to Pittsburgh and began hosting at 93.7, The Fan.

Since 2014, he’s hosted the “Cook and Poni Show” with Pittsburgh Post-Gazette columnist Ron Cook and a weekly show with Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. In addition to radio, he’s a regular contributor on KDKA-TV’s “Sports Showdown” and KDKA-AM. Beginning in 2016, Andrew has served a variety of roles for CBS Sports Radio.