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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    DOC OMEN

    Thank you for the closure and the why. I think most knew it was contract related. I think what got most, including myself was the, see ya tomorrow and then there was no tomorrow. Poof, just like that, you were gone. It was a little irritating that BnB didn’t say a word either. 20 plus years and we got nothing from both sides. Glad we got something, I for one, appreciate it. Cheers to new endeavours.

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    Bradley Gosa

    You made a colossal career mistake!!! Not to mention, you totally screwed over the guys you claim to be so grateful to in Milwaukee. I will root for the E-A-G-L-E-S…EAGLES! over the politically incorrect “Redskins” every game for the rest of time! Good riddance to you, sir!

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    Bradley Gosa

    Douche Bag.

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    Bradley Gosa

    YOU ARE the “adopted son” that is no longer welcome! Have fun with that other station in the spring. I was going to name it, but I can’t remember the name! I’ll be listening to Bob & Brian in the morning anyway. Maybe I’ll finally start going on those vacations and golf outings! They sounded fun!!

    By the way, Favre was way better than Aaron Rodgers!!!

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    Bradley Gosa

    Totally UNPROFESSIONAL.

    For as long as you were part of the family, you should have had a sincere goodbye end. Instead, you did what you did.

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    Michael

    Thanks for saying something Steve. I’ve been listening to you dating back to the 90s on the One on One sports network out of Chicago. I appreciate some insight as to what happened as it just ended so quickly without notice for the listeners. I look forward to hearing about the new opportunity this spring. Hopefully it’s still in the Wisconsin market. I do miss hearing that segment every morning.

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