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Football great, Boomer Esiason, was born on April 17, 1961 in West Islip, New York. Esiason is a former quarterback and current network color commentator. He played for the Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets, and Arizona Cardinals before working as an analyst for ABC and HBO.
Boomer Esiason set 17 school records for passing and total offense during an All-American career at the University of Maryland. He led the Terrapins to the Atlantic Coast Conference title and a Citrus Bowl berth in 1983.
Boomer Esiason was selected as the 37th pick in the 1984 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals from the University of Maryland. Esiason was most prolific left-handed quarterback in NFL history when he retired in 1997. His career marks rank among the top ten in the NFL in all-time passing yards, career completions and career attempts. Esiason led the Bengals to Super Bowl XXIII vs San Francisco in 1988.
Boomer Esiason was named to four Pro Bowl games (1986, 1988, 1989, 1993) and holds several NFL career records for left-handed quarterbacks, including most touchdown passes (247), passing yards (37,920), and completions (2,969). Esiason also led the AFC in passing in both 1988 and 1989.
Among the awards Boomer Esiason has earned during his career include the NFL Most Valuable Player Award in 1988 (leading the league with a quarterback rating of 97.4), and the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award in 1995 for his charitable work.
In 2004, he was inducted into the Nassau County Sports Hall of Fame.
After his retirement, Boomer Esiason went into broadcasting. He was a color commentator for ABC's Monday Night Football from 1998 to 2000. Following his dismissal by ABC (due primarily to personal conflicts between him and play-by-play announcer Al Michaels), Esiason was hired by the Westwood One radio network to become the analyst for radio broadcasts of Monday Night Football games.
Esiason also currently serves as an in-studio analyst for The NFL Today on the CBS television network and hosts The Boomer Esiason Show on the Madison Square Garden Network. Every Friday during the season, he calls in to the very popular Washington, D.C., Virginia, and Maryland morning talk radio show Elliot in the Morning to discuss the previous week's action and preview the upcoming week. However, with Boomer's responsibilities with his own new morning radio show, it is unknown if this will continue. While Esiason has thus far not ghostwritten the de rigueur autobiography, he authored a children's reader in 1995 titled A Boy Named Boomer and co-wrote (with Lowell Cauffiel) a 1998 novel titled Toss.
Esiason has become a leading national figure in the fight against cystic fibrosis, where he has established the Boomer Esiason Foundation raising millions of dollars to battle the disease. He and his wife, Cheryl, have been named honorary chairs of Building Bridges to a Cure, the national Cystic Fibrosis Foundation major gift campaign for its Therapeutics Development Program. Esiason has also worked with other community organizations: United Way, March of Dimes and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Foundation
SUFFEN, N.Y. — Former NFL QB Boomer Esiason has been named the keynote speaker and will kick off the New Year with a tribute to sports and community at its inaugural Sports Dinner. The event honors Steven Beldock, a long-serving member of the JCC’s board of directors, and Stephanie Hausner, a Clarkstown town councilwoman. ... read more
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