Author | Tony Thornton


Not So Fast, Cleveland

May 12, 2014 | Tony Thornton

So the pundits and experts are raving about the Cleveland Browns moving up to the 22nd pick at this year’s draft to grab the polarizing, Johnny Manziel. Of course, it’s a great selection for the Browns. They are getting a dynamic playmaker that will ascend to the status similar to the legend of LeBron and […]


#DC Rising

May 04, 2014 | Tony Thornton

Are you excited about this Wizards team as I am? The Washington Wizards are playing the top seeded Indiana Pacers Monday night, in the Eastern Conference semi-finals. Even though Paul George, Lance Stephenson, David West and Roy Hibbard are imposing forces, the Wizards, to me feel like the better team in this match-up. They have had […]


Justice Served!

April 29, 2014 | Tony Thornton

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver today had a simple verdict to render. In the first three months on the job, he encountered an issue that he thought he would never face. Silver and the Association was confronted with no doubt the biggest social and moral issue to hit professional sports in a long time. Los Angeles […]

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Remembering Earl Morrall

April 26, 2014 | Tony Thornton

The NFL lost its version of a superhero when Earl Morrall passed away Friday at age 79. In his 21 years in the NFL, Earl Morrall was widely considered as the best backup NFL quarterback of all time. He was like an insurance policy – always there when you needed him. That’s a far cry from […]

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Nelson Cruz Has Something to Prove

April 25, 2014 | Tony Thornton

When the Orioles made the decision prior to the beginning of the season to sign free agent left fielder Nelson Cruz, they knew this acquisition was a high risk / high reward proposition. On one hand, the Orioles knew they were getting a prolific slugger, where the last five years, as a member of the […]

Tony Thornton

I am currently a Traffic Anchor / Producer for Total Traffic & Weather Network, broadcasting traffic for the Baltimore / Washington metro area. I also am a play-by-play and color analyst, providing coverage from the Maryland State Boys Basketball Championships to Johns Hopkins women's basketball games.