105.7 The Fan Baltimore Sets New Lineup

Steve Davis Rob Long Ed Norris 105.7 The Fan WJZ-FM BaltimoreCBS Sports “105.7 The Fan” WJZ-FM Catonsville/Baltimore MD is revising three of its four dayparts.

With the exit of Steve Davis from his position as morning co-host with former Baltimore Police Commissioner Ed Norris, Rob Long is moving from middays to succeed him. In turn Bob Haynie will move up from nights to join former Washington Redskins General Manager Vinny Cerrato in middays. Afternoons with Scott Garceau and Jeremy Conn remain as is, while Jerry Coleman moves from weekends/fill-in to nights.

CBS RADIO Baltimore announced a new schedule of on-air personalities at 105.7 The Fan (WJZ-FM) beginning on Monday, August 1.

Rob Long, who, for the past several years had been heard from 10am-2pm, will now join Ed Norris as a co-host of the 6am-10am morning show.

Baltimore native, and heralded sports talk host, Bob Haynie, moves into mid days (10am-2pm) with Vinny Cerrato, filling the void left by Rob Long moving to mornings. Anchors Scott Garceau and Jeremy Conn will continue to host the top-rated afternoon show, from 2pm-6pm.

After Baltimore Baseball Tonight, and when the Orioles are off, Jerry Coleman will handle nights (6pm-10pm) on 105.7 The Fan.

The full schedule can be found below:
6:00-10:00AM – Ed Norris & Rob Long
10:00AM-2:00PM – Vinny Cerrato & Bob Haynie
2:00-6:00PM – The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn
6:00-10:00PM – Jerry Coleman
*5:45pm-6:30PM – Baltimore Baseball tonight (on game nights only)

“We are extremely excited about these changes to our line-up,’ said Dave Labrozzi, Vice President of Programming of CBS RADIO Baltimore. “Rob Long began his career on The Fan several years ago and has distinguished himself as a market leader in Sports Talk. His passion and energy are a perfect match for Ed Norris. Ed and Rob will take an already strong morning show and make it unbeatable.”

Labrozzi added “Bob Haynie is pure Baltimore and his knowledge and passion for all things local fit perfectly with the former GM of the Redskins, Vinny Cerrato. Finally, Jerry Coleman’s unique style is a perfect fit for 6pm-10pm and we are excited to have him behind the mic interacting with fans.”

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