Rob Long began his radio career in South Carolina at WYNN 106 in 1994 when hosted a Saturday morning show on the popular Hip Hop and R&B formatted station. Long was also a police officer in South Carolina.
When Long moved back to Baltimore he started on a new career path. He became of fan of a local sports talk station and was a regular caller known as “Rob from Woodlawn”
which eventually led to an opportunity as a part-time producer in radio in 2003.
Rob Long eventually joined 105.7 The Fan part-time in 2011. By January of 2012, he became a full-time co-host of the mid-day show working with Vinny Cerrato for four years before joining Ed Norris on the Morning Drive show.
Rob has since established himself as a multi-media talent, with his work as the Sunday Sports Anchor with WJZ-TV and regular hosting role on the Mid-Atlantic Sports Report, covering both Orioles and Nationals Baseball.
Long says he is living the dream on the morning drive radio show in his hometown of Baltimore and hosting a television show that covers a team he grew up loving.
Rob also coaches basketball at a high school in Baltimore where his daughter plays and his wife is a teacher.
Check out Norris & Long on 105.7 The Fan weekday mornings from 5:30AM – 10AM.
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Now, the question is, what happens with soon to be free-agents like Chris Davis and Matt Wieters?
The cold, hard reality of being a fan of an NFL team is the fact that your favorite player(s) can be gone within a blink of an eye.
Rob Long talks about the play call that ended the Seahawks hopes of repeating as Super Bowl champions.
Rob Long speculates and discusses with Clifton Brown of CSN Baltimore the viable replacements for offensive coordinator should Kubiak leave for Denver.
Rob Long previews and gives his prediction for the Ravens versus the Patriots in Foxborough this Saturday afternoon.
Why it’s so tough to give this man the credit that he deserves is beyond me.
The Ravens would never look back and would secure the 20-10 win and coupled with a San Diego Chargers loss to the Kansas City Chiefs return to the post season after a one-year absence.
The Ravens will be able to run the football, but don’t think Offensive Coordinator Gary Kubiak will not take advantage of down the field opportunities against the Jags.
Without Haloti Ngata, the Baltimore Ravens traveled to Miami and took care of business to keep pace in the AFC Playoff picture.
The Ravens travel to Miami to take on the Dolphins Sunday at 1pm. The Dolphins could see the loss of Ngata as a chance to feature Lamar Miller.
What’s the justification for allowing Markakis to leave Charm City? Rob Long further confuses himself and you by trying to navigate through the business behind it all.
Monday night will not decide a championship but it is a VERY important game for both teams.