An anonymous commenter to the prior article reports that Greg Williams just tweeted:
I have so much 49'er information I want to share on our pre and post games shows on THE FAN...but.I was fired...and the other hosts agreed"
He questions whether this means Williams was just fired from Cowboy commentary, or his main weekday gig. I've done a very quick and superficial Google search and I find no recent items re The Fan terminating Greggo's services generally.
However, this site did report on a Cowboys pre-game last year in early November where Greggo was there one minute, and not there the next. You can read that report here: AND AGAIN -- WHERE'S GREGGO? As to whether he returned to Fan Sunday Cowboy programming in subsequent games, I don't know.
So I'm guessing that the Tweet means -- to the extent Greg's Tweets may be said to have useful, much less credible, substantive content -- that he was disinvited from the Cowboys pre- and post-game on The Fan, and not that he was fired from his daily host duties. I would think he would have Tweeted more colorfully and fully had that taken place, and the Twittersphere would have exploded.
If any of our incredibly wired Confessors can fill us in on the inside baseball at The Fan regarding Greggo's Sunday duties, the Nation would be grateful to hear from you.
Haven't caught the entire Ticket pre-game, but Rich, Mark F, and Junior sound great. Bob Sturm is a splendid sports brain and broadcaster, but for a succinct, well-reasoned, elegantly-expressed sports analysis it's hard to beat Craig Miller.