Jonathan Peterlin | 92.3 The Fan
Jonathan came to 92.3 The Fan after three years with Yahoo! Sports Radio as a national Host and Update Anchor. Before Houston, Jonathan was the morning show host at KGSO in Wichita.
He’s covered nearly every major sporting event through his work in the media but cherishes the Indians World Series this past October and Wichita State’s Final Four run in 2013 as his favorites.
Jonathan has been around radio his entire life having followed the footsteps of his mom who was in the business. He loves the sports radio format and never envisioned himself working in any other medium.
Away from sports, Jonathan enjoys living downtown and checking out the different food Cleveland has to offer. He believes in the designated hitter, weekend brunches, and water cooler conversations.
Dan Labbe from The Plain Dealer joined Jonathan Peterlin to discuss the Browns latest moves.
LeBron has many questions remaining with what he’ll do after the season, but fans continue to make their own pitch for the Cavaliers star.
The Athletic’s David Zavac joins Jonathan Peterlin for the latest on the Soup Saga with the Wine and Gold and how it sits with LeBron James.
Chris Swanson of USC.Rivals.com says Sam Darnold is more athletic than Josh Rosen but thinks it’s a toss up between the two Pac-12 QB’s.
Browns Beat Reporter Daryl Ruiter says Saquon Barkley was as good as advertised at the NFL Combine but he still wouldn’t take him #1 overall
Shurmur faces a major task in taking over a team that went 3-13 after making the playoffs in 2016. The injury-ravaged Giants slipped so quickly that Ben McAdoo was fired in early December after less than two years on the job.
LeBron is close to hitting a milestone tonight as he’ll become the 7th player in NBA history to notch 30,000 points.
The National Football League announced today the names of 106 players who have been granted special eligibility for the 2018 NFL Draft and 13 players who have fulfilled their degree requirements with college football eligibility remaining.
LeBron is back at the top of the leader board for the NBA’s All-Star Voting.
The NBA announced that Cavs forward LeBron James has been named the Kia NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Month for December 2017.