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1998, TV Show


Tony Gonzalez to Replace Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe on CBS' The NFL Today

Dan Marino

CBS is getting ready to beef up its football coverage, but without two of its longtime correspondents.

Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino and former Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens tight end Shannon Sharpe will not return for CBS' NFL pre-game show, The NFL Today, next season. The duo will be replaced by ex-Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez, who just... read more

James Wall, Captain Kangaroo's Mr. Baxter, Dies at 92

James Wall

James Wall, a longtime CBS stage manager and actor best known as Captain Kangaroo's neighbor, Mr. Baxter, on the network's children's show, has died. He was 92.

Wall died in his sleep Wednesday in New York City after a short illness, CBS News reports.

A former vaudevillian, Wall — who was credited as Larry Wall — joined Captain Kangaroo as a ...
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Report: Shannon Sharpe Accused of Sexual Assault

Shannon Sharpe

Former NFL star and CBS Sports analyst Shannon Sharpe has decided to leave his position at the network after a woman accused him of sexually assaulting her and threatening her life, according to The Associated Press.

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Dan Marino Shares CBS' "Super" Plan! Plus: Bowl Party Tips

Dan Marino

When 75,000 fans fill Dolphin Stadium for Super Bowl XLI on Sunday, Feb. 4, it will mark the ninth time Miami has hosted the premier pigskin event, tying it with New Orleans for the most ever. Although it hasn't held the game since 1999, the city remains the ultimate Super Bowl destination, says Hall of Famer Dan Marino, an analyst for CBS' The NFL Today. And he would know. During his 17 seasons as the Dolphins quarterback, Marino became arguably Miami's greatest sports legend. He played in only one Super Bowl, and lost, but he understands the impact his old stomping grounds will have. "This is the biggest sporting event of the year, but it's more than just the game, it's the fun and excitement that surrounds it," he says. In addition to a pregame show featuring read more


NBC's Today once again will ask viewers "Where in the World Is Matt Lauer?" as the cohost embarks on his seventh week-long globe-trot starting Nov. 7. This time around, Lauer will offer a written blog, photo slide shows and detailed stories from his travels, meaning he has officially become my dad. read more

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