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3 years ago Bernie Kosar filed for bankruptcy. Earlier this week on Cleveland’s local ESPN Radio outlet, 850 WKNR -- Kosar made an appearance that wouldn't sound good if you knew he had just come to... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
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Former Cleveland Browns QB Bernie Kosar appeared on ESPN Radio Cleveland yesterday afternoon and gave a short, troubling interview where he audibly stumbled and slurred over his words. Kosar was doing his weekly spot on The Hooligans when the conversation devolved into a series of incoherent comments from the former Browns legend. Kosar talked about "franks and beans"...
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In a rambling, nearly five minute radio spot on local Cleveland ESPN 850 WKNR, former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar went on the air disoriented and judging by his speech, possibly intoxicated.
At first the hosts of The Hooligans radio broadcast don’t realize anything is wrong with Kosar, he just seems to be a man confused about the show Duck Dynasty, a...
Poor Bernie Kosar. The guy was a total drunken wreck this week on 850 WKNR in Cleveland, calling the radio hosts “bros” and barely able to complete a logical sentence.
Yes, Bernie has had a few issues with alcohol in the past. Yes, Bernie has had problems in general. Yes, Bernie’s daughter did porn.
Things are going to well for Bern. Just listen to this.
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If Bernie Kosar’s Twitter feed doesn’t bother you, nor any of a number of his recent radio appearances on ESPN Cleveland WKNR, you might be more convinced by the legendary Browns quarterback’s latest this afternoon on WKNR’s “The Hooligans” in which he’s as obscenely drunk or otherwise out of his mind as ever. How long will the station keep having him on for regular...
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar, who played for the team from 1985-1993, gave a radio interview Thursday morning that can best be described as bizarre and incoherent.
Kosar, appearing on ESPN 850 with The Hooligans, rambled from topic to topic, fluctuating from sad to happy, and serious to jovial every few seconds. The conversation, first found by Pro Football...