Seems that D & C have worn out their welcome, not sure if it is because of their politics or contract problems.. anyways if they go, might be the opportunity to turn this back into a sports show with some politics.. and might be an opportunity for an announcer with a Pats leaning to get an opportunity... personally would like to see someone like DeOssie get the chance, but needs a strong partner as his views of the other sports are painful.. http://www.bostonsportsmedia.com/ If you got up and turned on your radio this morning to WEEI, you found out that Dennis and Callahan were once again not on the 850 airwaves. It seems that Entercom has decided to play hardball with the duo, and perhaps trying to avoid a repeat of the Howie Carr fiasco over at company owned WRKO, has "locked out" D&C until their contract situation is resolved. At this point, the pair will not be on the air for the biggest day on the WEEI calendar, this week's Jimmy Fund Radiothon. John Dennis, quoted in today's edition of Scott's Shots, says that "Gerry has an important story to tell this year" which would seem to strengthen rumors that have come into BSMW over the last few months that said that Callahan was suffering from throat cancer. This episode could be Jason Wolfe's Waterloo with Entercom, following as it is right on the heels of the WRKO mess. As mentioned, David Scott has a longer write-up on the situation over at Shots, with John Dennis on-the-record. In the Herald, Jessica Heslam and Laurel J. Sweet have the story, with the Entercom PR firm denying that a "lockout" is in place. The Herald does not have quotes from their colleague, Callahan.