WIP Reconvenes 'Dirty 30' To Greet McNabb
September 30, 2010 at 4:30 PM (PT)
The infamous "Dirty 30" will reconvene SUNDAY (10/3) to greet DONOVAN MCNABB upon his return to LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD for his first game back in PHILADELPHIA as a member of the EAGLES' rival, the WASHINGTON REDSKINS. The "Dirty 30," created by CBS RADIO Sports WIP-A/PHILADELPHIA morning host ANGELO CATALDI, were the 30 fans assembled to attend the 1999 NFL Draft, where they lustily booed the selection of MCNABB, who they considered an inferior pick to RICKY WILLIAMS. The 30 will make their first official reunion in 11 years at CATALDI's behest.
"The boys are getting back together one last time to provide closure to the DONOVAN MCNABB era, and to step forward proudly for one final bow. We were right about MCNABB, a crybaby who never won the big game in PHILADELPHIA. Now that he's an opponent, we think it's important that we remind him of how his career began, and of how we still feel about him all these years later," said CATALDI.