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    Farr joins WXOS PM Drive show

    Bonnevilleís St. Louis Sports Talker adds talent
    02 January, 2009


    Bonneville St. Louis Radio Groupís WXOS 101 ESPN FM launched 1/1 with the addition of D'Marco Farr to their PM Drive show "The Fast Lane". Farr joins broadcast veterans Randy Karraker and Bob Ramsey as the "triple threat" in St. Louis sports/talk radio.

    DíMarco Farr played defensive tackle for seven seasons in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams. Farr's football career started at the University of Washington, where he won a National Championship in 1991. His NFL highlights include playing one year with the Los Angeles Rams before the team moved to St. Louis, representing the NFC in the Pro Bowl in 2000 and culminated with a World Championship in 2000.

    Upon his retirement from football in 2001, Farr made a successful career switch into broadcasting. He was a regular on Fox Sports Net's hit show "The Best Damn Sports Show, Period." from 2001 to 2003, and he has remained on FSN as a co-host of the network's college football coverage. From 2005 until September 2007, Farr hosted the D'Marco Farr Show with Kevin Kiley on KSPN in Los Angeles. DíMarco has been a Pre-game Analyst for Rams Radio since 2006.


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    Re: Farr joins WXOS PM Drive show

    It was a disconnect on the D'Marco Farr interview with Jacob Bell. St. Louis Rams' fans are fortunate to have Farr onboard The Fast Lane. Jacob is working hard to gain 5-10 more pounds. We hope he remains healthy & the Rams have a great season.

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    Re: Farr joins WXOS PM Drive show

    Quote Originally Posted by RamWraith View Post
    Bonnevilleís St. Louis Sports Talker adds talent
    02 January, 2009


    Bonneville St. Louis Radio Groupís WXOS 101 ESPN FM launched 1/1 with the addition of D'Marco Farr to their PM Drive show "The Fast Lane". Farr joins broadcast veterans Randy Karraker and Bob Ramsey as the "triple threat" in St. Louis sports/talk radio.

    DíMarco Farr played defensive tackle for seven seasons in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams. Farr's football career started at the University of Washington, where he won a National Championship in 1991. His NFL highlights include playing one year with the Los Angeles Rams before the team moved to St. Louis, representing the NFC in the Pro Bowl in 2000 and culminated with a World Championship in 2000.

    Upon his retirement from football in 2001, Farr made a successful career switch into broadcasting. He was a regular on Fox Sports Net's hit show "The Best Damn Sports Show, Period." from 2001 to 2003, and he has remained on FSN as a co-host of the network's college football coverage. From 2005 until September 2007, Farr hosted the D'Marco Farr Show with Kevin Kiley on KSPN in Los Angeles. DíMarco has been a Pre-game Analyst for Rams Radio since 2006.
    Good for him, a great player and seems like a very nice person...one of my alltime favorite Rams.

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