The Sports Report
Weekdays, 4PM – 7PM
The Sports Report is New Orleans premiere radio sports program and the only program in the DMA anchored by an African American sports professional. Listeners tune in the afternoon for news from hosts Reggie Flood, Ro Brown, and Curtis “CJ” Johnson. Join WBOK’s own armchair quarterbacks as they breakdown the latest information on pro, college, and high school scoreboards.
The Sports Report is Interactive every day, but on Mondays during football season the Sports Report is live on location pregaming for Monday Night Football. Check back weekly for locations and times!
Reggie Flood is a broadcasting veteran with over 20 years of experience in radio and television. Flood started his career in Baton Rouge, LA as a producer in radio. Reggie moved to television and was part of the first broadcast team to launch COX Sports Tv. Reggie moved back to sports talk radio in 2012 when he took over as a host of the Jaguar Journal. In 2020 Reggie joined WBOK New Orleans as the host of the Bigtyme Sports Show now known as The Sports Report. Flood has covered sports in several different markets including South Florida, Virginia, and the entire Gulf Coast region. Reggie has covered a wide range of sports and leagues, from the NFL, NHL, SEC and the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC). He has also had the privilege of interviewing some great media personalities such as the legendary broadcaster Charlie Neal, writer and tv personality Jemele Hill, and NFL Hall of Famer Aeneas Williams.
Reggie Flood, Ro Brown, &
Curtis CJ Johnson
Ro Brown has worked in sports journalism for 45 years. A graduate of Loyola University of the South, he has received numerous awards for his depth and breadth knowledge and work in sports. He began his career with WDSU-TV and the New Orleans Jazz Basketball Team. His career in reporting led him to KPLC-TV in Lake Charles, then he returned home to WDSU as an anchor-reporter where he worked for the next 21 years. In 1998 he was named sports director at WDSU and in 1999 he moved to the news side.
Later he served as VP for the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation; Producer-Reporter for Event Producers Production Company producing television shows for the Sun Belt Conference, New Orleans Saints, and Louisiana High School Athletic Association; VP of Athletic Communications for University of New Orleans; co-host of the Rickey and Ro Show with Pro Football Hall of Famer Rickey Jackson on WBOK-AM; and worked alongside Ken Trahan for over a decade on the Original Prep Football Report, now on 106.1 FM.
Brown is recipient of multiple prestigious awards including the Sam Lacy Pioneer Award from the National Association of Black Journalists (2013); Mac Russo Award bestowed by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association (2020); Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Induction, Distinguished Service Award in Sports Media (2021); Allstate Sugar Bowl Chapter of the National Foundation / College Football Hall of Fame – Contributions to Amateur Football Award (2022).
He is married to Mary Nance Brown and they have a daughter, Amanda.
Curtis CJ Johnson, Jr
Curtis Johnson, Jr., better known as CJ, started his long-storied career in coaching in 1984. Having coached pro, collegiate and high school football, this New Orleans native knows and understands the ins and outs of football. He started his coaching career in Idaho, where he quickly moved up the ranks as a wide receiver coach for multiple college teams. In 2006 the New Orleans Saints snagged CJ to coach wide receivers, where he was an integral part of the team’s first and only Super Bowl win in 2010. In 2012, Tulane University recruited CJ as the head coach of the Green Wave. Johnson returned to coaching the pros in 2016 for the Chicago Bears, and then returned to the New Orleans Saints a year later as the Senior Offensive Assistant.