Author | Drew Forrester

No more dunking in the NFL is typical off-season garbage

No more dunking in the NFL is typical off-season garbage

March 26, 2014 | Drew Forrester

The Jimmy Graham Rule was officially passed yesterday. Must be cool to have a rule named after you.

Losing Ihedigbo isn’t a big deal

Losing Ihedigbo isn’t a big deal

March 25, 2014 | Drew Forrester

Are you upset the Ravens lost James Ihedigbo last night? You shouldn’t be…

Max Scherzer turned down $144 million — and we have an “economy problem” in the U.S.?

Max Scherzer turned down $144 million — and we have an “economy problem” in the U.S.?

March 24, 2014 | Drew Forrester

I once turned down $20 to shovel Charley Eckman’s sidewalk and driveway because it was probably a $60 job…

Duke in the Final Four?  Not really (only in my bracket)

Duke in the Final Four? Not really (only in my bracket)

March 19, 2014 | Drew Forrester

No Maryland in the tournament, No Tiger in the tournament…would have been a heckuva sports weekend if not for those two.

NCAA hoops; Watch out for Creighton, Oklahoma State and VCU

NCAA hoops; Watch out for Creighton, Oklahoma State and VCU

March 18, 2014 | Drew Forrester

One thing for certain in the upcoming NCAA tournament…nothing’s for certain.

Drew Forrester

Drew hosts the D&L Window Tinting Morning Reaction on AM 1570, WNST in Baltimore. Along with producer and co-host Luke Jones, he enjoys the back-and-forth discussion with Charm City sports fans who get up with him each weekday morning to offer their opinion on the Ravens, Orioles and any other topics of local interest. "We're here for the people listening," says Forrester. "If someone is listening and they want to call the show to talk with me, we put them on the air. I find people interesting, period. Mix in some sports passion - or a lot of it in some cases - and you have the makings for a lot of high-powered morning radio." Forrester started at WNST in 2002 and celebrated a decade with the station in July 2012. He also contributes regularly to the station's website, WNST.net.