In a Newsday report, Theismann said he would withhold comment "until I fully understand what has taken place."
Newsday reported that Theismann was informed of the move on Friday.
Jaworski, who quarterbacked the Eagles from 1977-86, is currently the president of the Soul of the Arena Football League.
He has experience doing studio work at ESPN and will, like Theismann, be paired with Tony Kornheiser.
With friends like this . . .
Detroit's Rasheed Wallace didn't play yesterday when the Pistons took on Milwaukee.
Why? Well, the former Simon Gratz star
received his 18th technical foul of the season in Friday's loss to San Antonio for arguing a call, triggering an automatic one-game suspension.
You would think that after 18 technicals, Pistons coach Flip Saunders would be a tad ticked off. And he is - but at the referees, not Wallace.
"I wish they would review the whole 48 [minutes]," Saunders said. "If they're going to give him a 'T' for that, there should have been about four others called at least."
So let's review: Rasheed should now have
22 technicals instead of 18?
That's telling 'em Flip. *
- Tom Mahon
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