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Waddle & Silvy

By ESPN Chicago

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Former Bear Tom Waddle and Marc Silverman talk all things Chicago sports on ESPN 1000, Chicagoland's leader in sports.

Customer Reviews

Time Slot

So much better that Salisbury & Rosenbloom.

That Waddlin' Town

I be a Chicagoland native who no longer lives in da area. I loves these guys! The Big Show used to be my bestest favorite podcast. Now, it's "Wiggle & Slurpee"! It nice to get insight on all my favorite teams from these chums with so much humor and charm thrown in. Youse guys are the greatest! Boy do I miss Chicago! Think I'll go throw on my Bobby Douglass jersey, sit back in front of the big screen with my Ultimate Jordan DVD on, pop open an Old Style and have myself a manly cry.

These guys are a great listen

This is probably one of my favorite podcasts going right now. Marc Silverman clearly knows his stuff and has some innovative and intriguing observations. Former Chicago Bear Tom Waddle brings the other voice and opinion to the show and does a decent job. Sometimes too pompous, sometimes not listening, but he seems to be improving. Unlike the other ESPN 1000 podcasts, these shows give the commuter an extra 20 minutes you aren't getting from the others. Great job all around. I was referred to this show by Ryan of Sports Talk Underground as it's one of his favorites in Chicago. I wasn't disappointed and gives me other options than hearing Miami sports talk all day.