Tuesday, September 13, 2005

The Demons Take Over Sid Rosenberg Once Again

As expected, it appears Sid Rosenberg's departure from WFAN was of his own making, after not showing up Sunday for his stint on the New York Giants pregame show. While he "resigned," that was strictly a courtesy that station management extended, and likely did so grudgingly given Rosenberg's history.
While no one's commenting officially, indications are Rosenberg was in the wrong place at the wrong time, namely Atlantic City, given that he's a recovering drug and gambling addict, as well as an alcoholic.
Given his scatalogical shtick, the temptation would be to say good riddance. But it's hard to kick a man when he's down, especially when he's fallen so far that he's all but impossible to reach.

1 comment:

RubyT99 said...

Don't believe everything you read about Sid Rosenberg ... he is much worse!

One of the vices that is often overlooked is, when he gets in trouble gambling, he borrows money off friends and coworkers, who only get paid back when he is sued or threatened to be fired, as happend at prior jobs.

He was making a six-figure salary for the past 7 years and didn't payback people who he begged for help -- and swore he'd pay back.

The WFAN management are a bunch of hypocrites. ... They allowed this lowlife to comment daily on serious issues, and attack the character of sports personalities, when he has none of his own!

So add thief and deadbeat to his resume.