WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Toronto's mayor, Rob Ford, made his debut on WJFK radio Thursday morning.
Ford denied a new report linking him to drug dealers.
Court documents say Ford offered $5,000 and a car to drug dealers in exchange for a video that showed him smoking crack cocaine.
The mayor, who has been stripped of most of his power, was on WJFK to talk football and make predictions. He's tentatively scheduled to be on every Thursday.
Incidentally, Ford picked the Redskins to beat the Chiefs this Sunday.