James Yarcho and David Harrison host the top-ranked podcast on the Apple Podcast charts focused on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and their pursuit for another Super Bowl title in the 2021-2022 NFL Season! David Harrison (Bucs Nation) of the Locked On Bucs Podcast and Kyle Crabbs (The Draft Network) of the Locked On Dolphins Podcast come together to preview the 2021 Week 5 NFL matchup between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Miami Dolphins. With Jacoby Brissett getting another start in place of the injured Tua Tagovaiola, can the Dolphins keep pace with Tom Brady and his arsenal of weapons? Rob Gronkowski, Antonio Brown, and Chris Godwin are all on the injury report to start the week for the Tampa Bay offense. On defense, Jason Pierre-Paul, Carlton Davis, and Antoine Winfield Jr. headline the long list of injured players on that side of the ball. Who will play, and who is likely to miss this weekend's game? For Miami, Kenny Stills joins the injury report along with other key contributors like Byron Jones and Xavien Howard. Who will the Dolphins have available as they look to upset the defending Super Bowl Champions? Finally, who wins in this battle of two Florida teams? David and Kyle give you all their projections and predictions, and a fun NFL Scouting Combine Story about defensive tackle, Vita Vea! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Travis is back for another deep dive Wednesday edition of the Drive Time Podcast. Today, we look at the difference between Miami's scoring drives, average depth of target and the vertical passing game. Plus, Josh Boyer talks Don Shula, and we break down Byron Jones game both with Travis and the guys from the Fish Tank (Seth Levit and O.J. McDuffie) on the Miami Dolphins post-game show on 560 WQAM.
ep 83 Is the Vector W8 cooler than a Lamborghini Countach? Jhae shares his experience in not only seeing Vector W8 chassis 001, but getting to ride inside it through the twisty roads of western Michigan. Billy Johnson of Moto IQ returns to talk about tires for the builders corner. Are tires really that important for everyday people? Byron Jones is the guest voice on the Q&A segment. Connect with the show · Car Instagram / Show Instagram · Support us on Patreon · YouTube · Facebook · Twitter · Shop now at Teespring · Support This Podcast on Anchor · HardParkingPodcast@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hardparkingpodcast/support
In sports or in life, success starts with having a winning habit, which includes both mental and physical preparation. While the physical skills you learned from training will be indispensable for the big game, the mental strength to make the decision whether to keep going or quit will determine your success as an individual and the success of your team. In today's ACCESS Points Podcast, Tim talks with his good friend, Byron Jones, about how mental strength transcends physical challenges. They will stress the importance of physical and mental preparation for achieving goals, highlight individual success as a key to team success, and provide some great advice along the way. Byron Jones is an professional football cornerback for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at UConn and was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft. He holds the unofficial world record for the standing long jump at 12 feet 3 inches (3.73 meters). His mantra: Team success breeds individual success. Enjoy! In This Episode 2:58 - Backstory of Byron Jones 5:38 - What brought him into the world of football 7:55 - Byron's academic performance as a college student 12:50 - Why a team's success breeds individual success 14:46 - The physical and mental preparation he makes before a game 19:45 - How the mind can expand the abilities of the body 24:41 - His turning point toward investing in businesses 28:54 - His way of giving back to the community 35:30 - Byron's advice to his young self Favorite Quotes "There are going to be times on the field where it's critical. It's going to be two minutes before a half or two minutes at the end of the game where you need to make a big play or you need to stop a big play from happening. And you're absolutely exhausted. Your legs are tired, your back is tight, and your knees hurt. But what type of person are you when those tough moments come up?" - Byron Jones "Being in a national football league, playing college football was never a dream of mine. I was just kind of your average kid just living life floating along academically. But I was gifted and blessed with long, strong legs that can make me jump higher than most kids." - Bryon Jones "I think it's important for people to learn to be good at things you may not necessarily want to do. But for an end goal, that is absolutely necessary for you to actually get there." - Bryon Jones "You're not going to be good for the team if you're not going to be good for yourself. Understanding that you have a job to do, do it at your best ability and it will fit together with the team. And understanding that you're doing your job to the best of your ability will have success for the team. And also oftentimes team's success breeds individual success too." - Bryon Jones "Sometimes I do meditation, just supply my mind and understand the importance of just acting at the moment and not thinking about what happened before and not trying to predict what's going to happen in the future." - Bryon Jones "Investing in private equity is about the team. Who is the team behind the idea and how passionate are you about the ideas." - Bryon Jones "Reading gives you a chance to learn from some of the most successful people in different industries in the world. You can access their mind, their thought process, their success, or failures through reading." - Bryon Jones Visit Access EFM: Website Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Click here to listen with Access Points Podcast
Recorded Prior to the Start of Training Camp - Miami Dolphins Fans - Cat and Paul are examining the defensive backs at Safety, Corner and Nickel, talking a bit of Xavien Howard ahead of camp & more! Tune in! Don't forget to go to https://www.Manscaped.com and use the promo code FANSIDED20 to get 20% OFF YOUR ORDER AND FREE SHIPPING! Follow the guys: Twitter/Instagram: @OnTheFinSide @BrianCatNFL @Phinatic_Pick Facebook: www.FaceBook.com/OnTheFinSide YouTube: www.YouTube.com/OnTheFinSide Get On The FinSide Merch!: http://www.OnTheFinSide.Threadless.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Travis is back for the third installment of 2021 training camp podcast coverage. Today, on Drive Time, we look at the top performers from a spirited practice which included plenty of wins from both the offense and defense, the matchup of the day, audio from Austin Jackson, Byron Jones and Jevon Hollland, and your questions via Twitter. Plus, leadership and comradery abound through three days.
Jason kicks things off with a deep dive into Xavien Howard's trade demand coming out of Miami. Howard is arguably the best cornerback in the NFL so this isn't something to be taken lightly if you're a Dolphins fan. What's more, the Howard situation is a microcosm of a bigger problem throughout the NFL. Most NFL layers don't like when their team brings in a high-priced free agent before they pay their own guys. When the Dolphins brought in Byron Jones to play opposite Howard, they unknowingly started a chain reaction that led to him ultimately requesting a trade. Either way, you must expect the Dolphins will do everything they can to keep him in town now that they have a legitimate chance to win the division for the first time in years. Later, Jason shares a quick thought on the latest report detailing Damian Lillard's frustration in Portland. All signs point to Dame requesting a trade from the Blazers at some point this summer - perhaps even before the NBA Draft. That's definitely something to keep an eye out on in the next 48 hours. Finally, BasketballNews.com NBA Draft analyst Matt Babcock swings by to explain why he has Scottie Barnes in his top-4 and the inevitable comparisons to Ben Simmons, why it's not a stretch to say that Jalen Suggs has some Jrue Holiday to his game, why he still expects Cade Cunningham to go first overall to the Detroit Pistons, why he believes that both Evan Mobley and Jalen Green may have more overall upside than Cunningham, why Jonathan Kuminga's stock is 'falling' in the days leading up to the Draft, how 'ageism' is impacting the back half of the lottery, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Byron Jones knew that eventually, he would trade in competing on the field for competing in the interview room. He started reading personal finance books on his own time in college to make sure he was prepared to excel after football. Now, he works with elementary school kids to teach them about financial literacy.
Travis is back for another edition of the Drive Time podcast. Today, we look at player growth through tangible tracking metrics and apply Coach Flores and select player's comments about the value of practice and testing the waters. Plus, we'll hear from Coach, cornerback Byron Jones and guard/tackle Jesse Davis from last week's media, recap the weekend in sports and wish a happy Father's Day to the Dolfan Dads out there!
On today's DolphinsTalk.com Daily Podcast Mike is joined by Tom Ernisee making his triumphant return to the show. Mike and Tom break down all of the latest with Xavien Howard and the video that surfaced Saturday morning from a podcast interview Xavien did in January. In which he stated it was a "slap in the face" that the Dolphins drafted Noah Igbinoghenein Round and went out and signed Byron Jones to a contract. Howard went on to say he was motivated last season and is going to make Miami pay now because of that slap in the face. What does all of this mean? Is Howard looking for more than just a "little raise" and are his words a sign he wants a significant raise and to become the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL? And if this situation turns ugly what possible compensation can Miami expect in return in any trade for him and what teams may be good landing spots for Howard in a trade. All of this and more on today's DolphinsTalk.com Daily Podcast.
Die Dolphins sind im NFL Draft 2016 mit 7 Spielern nach Hause gegangen. Wie haben sich diese Spieler gemacht und wer wäre eher die Wahl von uns gewesen? Das werdet ihr in der neuen Folge des Dolphins Drives erfahren. Julio Jones landet unter anderem bei den Titans und wird damit nicht Teil des Trainings zwischen den Falcons und Dolphins sein. Wir erzählen euch, was wir von diese Art von Training halten. Auch sprechen wir über die aktuellen News, die die deutschen NFL Fans bewegen. Wird es ein Spiel in Deutschland geben? Die NFL hat zumindest eine erste Ausschreibung rausgehauen. Stay Tuned & Fins Up!
Talking some golf with the white-hot David Bearman, some really great ideas on the Byron Jones and Golf betting in general. Then I get some things off my mind with Tyler and our friend Rob Romano as we preview friday Preakness card. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
La salida de Byron Jones dejó un hueco en la defensiva que se notó la temporada pasada. La agencia libre no fue el lugar donde Dallas decidió ocupar ese lugar, por lo que el draft es la última opción para conseguir a un esquinero confiable capaz de encargarse del mejor receptor abierto rival. El candidato principal a ser elegido con el pick global 10 es Patrick Surtain de Alabama. En caso de que no esté disponible surge Jaycee Horn como un plan de respaldo interesante. En la ronda siguiente otra posibilidad podría ser Asante Samuel Jr.Los Cowboys publicaron el viernes un video sobre la reunión que tuvieron con Patrick Surtain II, su posible pick de primera ronda en el Draft 2021. En dicho video, el esquinero de Alabama dijo que el jugador más duro al que tuvo que cubrir durante su etapa universitaria fue CeeDee Lamb, actual receptor de Dallas, a quien enfrentó en el Orange Bowl 2018. Este es el tercer video que publican los Cowboys sobre sus reuniones con prospectos que pueden elegir en el Draft, siendo los otros el ala cerrada Kyle Pitts y el esquinero Jaycee Horn.Un indicador de las selecciones que podrían hacer los Cowboys en el Draft tienen que ver con los prospectos que han entrevistado. De hecho, han hablado con más de una docena de jugadores, entre ellos Patrick Surtain II, Jaycee Horn y Kyle Pitts. Sin embargo, tampoco hay que dejar por fuera a elementos como los receptores Mike Strachan y Anthony Schwartz. Asimismo, otros prospectos defensivos como el profundo Trevon Moehrig y el linebacker Anthony Butler.
Byron Jones joined GMFB and talked that its Tua's team now that Fitzpatrick is in Washington. Mahomes seen at Masters without walking boot. Karl Joseph visits Raiders, a rather familiar place for him, JuJu almost was a Chief, before signing one year deal to go back to Steelers. Schrager Mock Draft 1.0
Patricof Co has gathered a clientele of top-tier athletes to pool their capital to take stakes in ongoing private equity deals. SBJ’s Andrew Levin sits down with Mark Patricof, who lends his perspective as Founder, and Dolphins CB Byron Jones, who provides the athlete’s eye. *Recorded 3/18/21
Gracias a las pérdidas de jugadores como Byron Jones, Robert Quinn, Randall Cobb, Jeff Heath y Jason Witten, los Cowboys han logrado obtener cuatro picks compensatorios para el Draft 2021. Con esto, son el equipo con mayor cantidad de selecciones extra. Así que podrán escoger nuevos elementos desde la tercera hasta la sexta ronda, lo que les daría un total de 11 selecciones para este año.Ahora con la extensión de Dak Prescott, el Mariscal ya no tiene más excusas y debe buscar obtener el Super Bowl para los Cowboys. Ya que no solo hablamos de su gran contrato, sino que la organización hará todo lo que esté a su alcance para blindar las posiciones que presentaron problemas en 2020. En resumen, Dak tendrá un equipo mucho más competitivo que gire en torno a su persona.El futuro de Leighton Vander Esch está en duda. Los Cowboys tienen hasta el 3 de mayo para ejecutar el quinto año opcional en el contrato de novato del linebacker, quien llegó a Dallas como selección de primera ronda en el Draft 2018. Según la tabla salarial, tener al jugador en 2022 le costaría al equipo poco más de 9 millones de dólares. Los Cowboys tienen serias dudas al respecto, tomando en cuenta que Vander Esch ha estado lejos de su mejor nivel en los dos últimos años debido a diferentes lesiones que ha sufrido.¡Déjanos saber lo que piensas en los comentarios!
After a quick Daytona 24 Hour Rolex update and a dissertation about PEZ candy dispensers, the show dives deep into Student Loan Forgiveness. Are you for Student Loan Forgiveness? Jhae is joined by local friends Byron Jones in studio, and Brian Calma (returning guest) to talk about whether or not they are FOR or AGAINST the idea of student loan forgiveness. Brian has paid off his student loans, while both Jhae and Byron still have balances due. Connect with the show · Car Instagram / Show Instagram · Support us on Patreon · YouTube · Facebook · Twitter · Shop now at Teespring · Support This Podcast on Anchor · HardParkingPodcast@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hardparkingpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hardparkingpodcast/support
Aaron and Josh are back to discuss the Dolphins' WILD victory over the Las Vegas Raiders and all of the fall out, including the situation at quarterback, Byron Jones, helpful results elsewhere, Week 17 at Buffalo, and—wait, what is that in the distance? The playoffs? It might just be. It's another fun episode of THE SAME OLD DOLPHINS SHOW at DolphinsTalk.com!
Aaron and Josh are back to discuss the Dolphins' WILD victory over the Las Vegas Raiders and all of the fall out, including the situation at quarterback, Byron Jones, helpful results elsewhere, Week 17 at Buffalo, and—wait, what is that in the distance? The playoffs? It might just be. It's another fun episode of THE SAME OLD DOLPHINS SHOW at DolphinsTalk.com!
Travis is back for a Thursday edition of the Drive Time Podcast. He's joined by cornerback Byron Jones who was selected as the Dolphins nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. Byron talks about community service, social justice refrom, cars, leadership, Dolphins culture and much more.
We are going to have a battle against the surging Vikings and we must find a way to stop Dalvin Cook. Given the state of our secondary, was it wise to move on from Byron Jones... the answer may surprise you. We may actually have something to look forward to on Thanksgiving instead of dads' dry ass turkey, --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thestarboyzpodcast/message
Drew Lock and Brett Rypien both split first team reps for the Denver Broncos at practice on Thursday. Lock's status for Sunday is still listed as questionable, but today's practice will be a determining factor in regards to his availability on Sunday. Denver Broncos Head Coach Vic Fangio met with the media prior to practice yesterday and shared his thoughts on Defensive Coordinator Ed Donatell who he misses having around at the facility and on the sideline. Donatell is working through having been previously hospitalized with Covid-19 and is on the mend. The Broncos will face a very aggressive defense from Miami and some of the key matchups to watch will revolve around Jerry Jeudy and Tim Patrick against Byron Jones and Xavien Howard. Cody Roark goes through a Tale of the Tape preview to give listeners an insight into the history between both of these teams, and what the Broncos must do on Sunday in order to put themselves in a position to win. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Echelon Right now, you can try any Echelon Fitness equipment at home for 30 days. Go to EchelonFit.com/NFL Axon Get the TASER Pulse Plus, or TASER Strikelight, at Taser.com with promo code [NFL]. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. SportsBetting.com Today's episode is sponsored by SportsBetting.com. New Players get a Welcome Bonus, a 100% Risk-Free Week of sports betting, up to $1000. Visit SportsBetting.com/lockedonbroncos BuiltGo Visit BuiltGO.com and use promo code “LOCKED,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Travis is back for the fourth-consecutive VICTORY Monday edition of the Drive Time Podcast. He'll break down his five takeaways from the win, hear from Coach Flores, Tua Tagovailoa, Byron Jones, Emmanel Ogbah and Ted Karras. Plus, individual performances, stats, game notes and John Congemi joins to give his three takeaways.
Episode 60 details (Full Bears recap & Dolphins preview)Full game recap (CHI @ LAR)Digging into Sean McVay's offensive identity: why the Rams moved away from the running gameUnderstanding why the defense has been so effective (especially in the second half) under Brandon StaleyContinuing to utilize Jalen Ramsey in the "Star", moving Aaron Donald around on the line of scrimmageFixated on a 4-point spread: why traveling to the East Coast again will take a toll Dissecting Tua Tagovailoa & the offense we should expect to see from Chan GaileyWhat to expect from the Dolphins defense: what to look for from Xavien Howard, Byron Jones, Raekwon Davis & Shaq LawsonHow the Dolphins have fared against San Francisco & Seattle & Nick's Picks of the Week!
Travis is back for a Thursday preview edition of Drive Time as we take a deep dive into the personnel, schematics and matchups for Sunday's big game in Miami. Plus, we'll hear from Coach Flores, Jesse Davis, Myles Gaskin, Robert Hunt and Byron Jones.
Cowboys Beat with Ari Temkin and Patrick Conn Episode 102: Are the Cowboys Good? Guest: Voch Lombardi Twitter: @VochLombardi Ari Temkin and Patrick Conn welcome special guest Voch Lombardi. Powered by: Miller Lite, the ONLY beer of the Dallas Cowboys! Tweet us your Dallas Cowboys! @TheCowboysBeat @arisports and @patsportsguy Subscribe to Ari Temkin's YouTube Page Ari Temkin (@arisports) and Patrick Conn (@patsportsguy) 3:40 Miller Lite Ad Read 6:09 The real problem with the Dallas Cowboys is that the fanbase is so big that real Dallas Cowboys fans only make up 30%, 70% are the fake fans who enjoy the experience. 9:55 The Dallas Cowboys do not throw to Byron Jones. 13:37 When you draft the offensive line properly, you do not have to continue drafting an offensive line. Connor Williams may be the weak link on the Dallas Cowboys offensive line, but look at the rest of the line, look who he is up against. 16:11 Rico Gathers was given every opportunity to prove himself and he did not take a single one of those opportunities. Rico is one of those guys that is the last to show up and the first to leave. 19:26 Ari Temkin: "You have to outdo Russell Wilson every time, and if not, you're bad." 23:24 This is not going to be a game in which the Dallas Cowboys offense is going to have put up thirty to forty points. Listen and Subscribe to the Cowboys Beat with Ari Temkin and Patrick Conn on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and the CLNS Media Network mobile app.
Though they've lost two of their first three games, the upstart Dolphins will be a formidable foe when the Seahawks fly cross country to face them in Miami in a Week 4 matchup. Locked On Seahawks host Corbin Smith and Locked On Dolphins host Kyle Crabbs dissect the matchup, including Miami's emerging running back Myles Gaskin against Seattle's stout run defense, Russell Wilson against an injury-marred secondary that could be without Byron Jones, and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Travis is back for a Thursday preview edition of the Drive Time podcast. We'll go inside the matchups, Seahawks personnel and system, and where Miami can attack. Plus, we hear from Coach Flores, Byron Jones, Preston Williams, Elandon Roberts and Jerome Baker
On today’s DolphinsTalk.com Daily Podcast Tom Ernisse talks about a variety of topics surrounding the Miami Dolphins. Tom talks about the latest with Byron Jones and his status for this Sunday's game as well as Bobby McCain and how he fits into this Dolphins secondary. Tom also talks about the current Dolphins running back play and the surprising play of Myles Gaskin. As well as how the Dolphins offensive line has looked through three games this season as well.
Coming off a 27-17 dismantling of the New York Jets, the Buffalo Bills travel to South Beach looking to Squish the Fish in Week 2. On the latest episode of the Billieve Podcast, hosts John Boccacino and Jamie D’Amico have everything you need to get ready for the Bills first road game of this unusual 2020 season. Before breaking down the Xs and Os, Boccacino and D'Amico discuss whether the Dolphins are the Bills' biggest rivals while harkening back to the Jim Kelly/Dan Marino days, when the Dolphins clearly were Buffalo's biggest (and most hated) rival. After sharing thoughts on how we felt about Buffalo's season-opening win, our podcast addresses the devastating news that linebackers Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano will both miss Sunday's clash. Buffalo's already thin linebacker depth will be severely tested. How will A.J. Klein and Tyler Matakevich respond to the challenge? We expect willy veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick and offensive coordinator Chan Gailey to attack Buffalo's depleted linebackers with quick and short passes, while discussing what the Bills need to do to shut down tight end Mike Gesecki and running back Jordan Howard. What will defensive coordinator/assistant head coach Leslie Frazier do to apply pressure to Fitzy and force him into making mistakes? We also address whether the Bills' new-look offense can continue to have success passing the ball vs. a banged-up secondary as both Xavien Howard and Byron Jones are battling injuries. If Josh Allen can continue to be effective with the play action, it should set up Devin Singletary and Zack Moss for more success in the ground game than they experienced in Week 1. We close by offering up our score predictions as the Bills look to improve to 2-0. Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Blitzed Bills, Buff Hub, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, The Bruce Exclusive, Circling the Wagons and Jamie D and Big Newt: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone Ask Alexa or Google Home to play the Buffalo Rumblings podcast! If you like our show, tell a friend and help us spread the word! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's preview episode, Matt & Ryan welcome in Josh Tolentino from The Athletic to break down Bills vs. Dolphins. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw three interceptions this week, continuing his enigmatic tendencies. The trio discuss which version of Fitz the Bills can expect. The three also dive into the Dolphins squad and what the Bills can expect on Sunday.. Then Matt and Ryan go a bit deeper and give their final thoughts on the matchup and take some fan questions. "Shout!" A Buffalo Bills football podcast is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, Acast and wherever you listen to podcasts.Follow @MattParrino (https://twitter.com/MattParrino) and @RyanTalbotBills (https://twitter.com/RyanTalbotBills) on TwitterFollow Josh Tolentino @JCTSports on Twitter (https://twitter.com/JCTSports)Find our Bills coverage wherever you like to consume social media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buffalobillsnyupFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/buffalobillsnyupTwitter: https://twitter.com/billsupdatesFor all your Bills coverage head to https://www.syracuse.com/buffalo-bills/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Travis is back for a hump day edition of the Drive Time podcast. Today, we'll hear from Coach Flores, Kyle Van Noy and Byron Jones. Plus, Ted Karras talks about The Office, Jeopardy, working out in his garage, earning his masters degree and being named a team captain.
On today’s DolphinsTalk.com Daily Podcast Mike is joined by Zig Fracassi of SiriusXM NFL Radio to talk about the Miami Dolphins and all things AFC East. Zig shares his thoughts on the Dolphins selection of Tua Tagovailoa and what the addition of Tua means to the Dolphins franchise. He shares his thoughts on the Dolphins back-field of Jordan Howard and Matt Breida and how the running game will be improved this year in Miami. Zig also talks about the Dolphins signing of Byron Jones and did Miami overpay for a player who doesn't produce many interceptions? And then we go around the AFC East and talk about the Bills, Patriots, and Jets and the outlook for those teams and where Miami stacks up against their division rivals. And we end the podcast talking about some NFL teams who may be sleepers in 2020 and a team or two who may be overrated as well. Also, on today's show, Mike runs down the latest roster moves the Dolphins made and the 5 players who were let go on Tuesday.
In this episode, I discuss the Dolphins adding the Shula patch the jerseys in the 2020 season, as well as the press conference with Tua, Byron Jones, and Davon Godchaux. I also discuss my thoughts on Steelers All- Pro Safety, and former Dolphins first round pick, Minkah Fitzpatrick.
Travis is back with a murderer's row lineup of guests. Up first, Nick Saban talks about his relationship with Tua Tagovailoa and the impact the new Dolphins rookie QB had on the Crimson Tide football program. Plus, Tua himself addresses the media along with Byron Jones and Davon Godchaux.
In this episode of Phinsider Radio, Jake Mendel and I discuss the latest news surrounding the 2020 Miami Dolphins. First, we give you some of our feedback from the Madden 21 Beta. What do we like? What do we dislike? And will we be spending the $64 to play with Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa?!?! Next, we take a deep dive into the rumored player ratings from MaddenSchool.com. Do we agree that Byron Jones is the best player on the roster? Why is Xavien Howard only rated an 82 overall? And if Stephon Gilmore is a 99, why is DeVante Parker only an 84? The good, the bad, and the ugly: Madden 21 ratings We then turn our attention to the Dolphins defensive line and Adam Rank’s latest article for NFL.com. Rank predicts Shaq Lawson could be the breakout player in Miami this season. Why we agree? And what we can expect from the young defensive end. Lastly, we discuss the latest from Barry Jackson and what the Dolphins plan to do with Tagovailoa in 2020. All of this and much more on this episode of Phinsider Radio. This podcast is juicy and filled with lots of information. Please give it a listen, rate, and subscribe. #FinsUp Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, Lamb and Allen breakdown the NFC East! From their biggest additions, subtractions, storylines and X-factors! Checkout Our AFC East Division Preview Before Everyone Else On Our Patreon Page!BlueWire Survey: https://bit.ly/2Ybr18VSupport the show at Patreon.com/VeteransMinimumFollow us on Facebook at Facebook.com/VeteransMinimumFollow us on Twitter @VeteransMinimumFollow us on Instagram @VeteransMinimumHosts: @TheLambShow @Allen_Strk
Part 5 of our NFL Free Agency 2020 series! Todd Fuhrman and Payne Insider return to discuss all the massive moves in the AFC East division. The Dolphins went on an off-season spending spree, just how wise were their moves? New England has lost a lot of pieces this off-season, can they survive without Tom Brady? Are the Buffalo Bills ready to take over the East division and be contenders after trading for Stefon Diggs? Joe Douglas in his first full off-season for the Jets hasn't made any splash signings, but has bolstered the roster; is it enough? The boys let you know what they think about each of these key moves - and remember, this is just Part 5 of an 8-part NFL Free Agency series where Payne and Todd will discuss the most impactful free agent signings and trades for every NFL division and talk a little NFL draft, as well! Today’s presenting sponsor is FoxBet.com -- they're now offering legalized sports betting in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Sign up and receive up to $100 in FREE CASH! AFC North Free Agent and Trade Talk: ▶️ Coronavirus Lockdown Life ▶️ Miami Dolphins (8:12) ▶️ New York Jets (20:16) ▶️ Buffalo Bills (27:10) ▶️ New England Patriots (36:55) ▶️ Follow on Twitter: Bet The Board - Twitter.com/BetTheBoardPod Payne Insider - Twitter.com/PayneInsider Todd Fuhrman - Twitter.com/ToddFuhrman ▶️ Bet The Board Website: www.bettheboardpodcast.com/
Most of the contestants in this year's game of NFL free agency musical chairs have found a seat, but there are still a few key players waiting to find their next landing spot. Charles Robinson & Terez Paylor shed some light on two of these major free agents on this week's podcast.First and foremost is former Carolina Panthers QB and 2015 NFL MVP Cam Newton, who was cut by the squad on Tuesday. Three possible suitors seem inevitable in the Los Angeles Chargers, Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins. What are the chances he signs with one of these three and where is the best fit for Cam to have a renaissance? (4:20)The surprising retirement of center Travis Frederick constitutes another loss of a key starter from the Dallas Cowboys roster, along with Robert Quinn and Byron Jones. The guys talk about the tough offseason for the Cowboys, the many gaps they need filled and provide an update on the latest with Dak Prescott's contract negotiation. (22:20)Another free agent who hasn't found a new home is former Seattle & Houston pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney. Charles breaks down why the market for him has stalled and suggests a "mystery" suitor is about to land the former first overall draft pick. (30:15)Finally, the guys talk about the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on the NFL draft. While the draft hasn't been cancelled, many front offices will be struggling to conduct the same preparation and research they normally do in this time. Our experts break down the draft mistakes that teams could be making this year and how other teams could be poised to take advantage. (38:15)Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL.Follow Charles @CharlesRobinsonFollow Terez @TerezPaylorTag your questions for the guys on Twitter with #YahooNFLPodcastCheck out the rest of the Yahoo Sports Podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We struggle to find the logic behind the Texans trading superstar WR DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals for pennies on the dollar. We also cover some of the other marquee trades around the league today, including DeForest Buckner to the Colts, Jack Conklin to the Browns, Byron Jones to the Dolphins, and more. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly
-Skip & Shannon react to the news that the NBA has suspended games in response to the coronavirus outbreak. (00:15) -Which QB would you rather have: Tannehill or Brady? (20:54) -If last night was Vince Carter’s last game, how will you remember him? (35:00) -Should Dak be ranked ahead of Brady? (46:00) -Chris Broussard joins to discuss the NBA’s suspension. (1:01:22) -Antonio Cromartie joins to discuss how important it is for Dallas to keep Amari Cooper and Byron Jones. (1:15:56) -Antonio Cromartie returns to discuss Tom Brady’s free agency. (1:19:21) -Are you buying that the Raiders have no interest in Tom Brady? (1:39:07) -Skip and Shannon discuss the breaking news that Donovan Mitchell has tested positive for coronavirus. (1:46:36) -Is Jimmy Graham the missing piece for a team to win a Super Bowl? (1:51:21)
We take a full 360 degree look at Free Agency this week with lots of snippets and interviews from front office guys, players, & agents about Free Agency. We start with Willie Colon & Steven Cheah talking about where Tom Brady could land (00:00 - 06:07), look at other free agents like Philip Rivers, Teddy Bridgewater, Jadeveon Clowney, Byron Jones, Amari Cooper, Joe Thuney, Derrick Henry & others could realistically land (06:08 - 28:39). We also talk with former Buccaneers GM Mark Dominik about how GMs manage free agency and try to find a landing spot for Jameis Winston (30:40 - 40:22), we've got super Agent Erik Burkhardt about how he approaches free agency for his clients (42:06 - 50:38), former Lions Safety Glover Quin tells his cautionary tale of being a free agent (50:46 - 57:11), our interview with Buccaneers Director of Football Administration Mike Greenberg on how he manages the salary cap and how front offices view the franchise tag (57:18 - 1:21:48), & our talk 2020 Free Agency with Pro Football Focus' #8 Free Agent, Safety Anthony Harris who led the NFL in interceptions this season on what is important in his next team and how important the first phone call is (1:21:55 - 1:39:56), & recap the interviews (1:40:03 - 1:51:36)
-Is it true that Tom Brady is the one free agent that’s holding up the entire NFL right now? (00:15) -How much faith did you lose in the Rockets after their loss to the Knicks last night? (23:45) -How much do you trust Kyle Kuzma? (35:23) -How big of a loss would Byron Jones to the Eagles be for the Cowboys? (46:29) -Will Embiid and Simmons win a championship together? (56:30) -LaVar Ball joins the show. (1:07:26) -LaVar Ball returns. (1:19:00) -LaVar Ball returns to discuss the Lakers/Clippers rivalry. (1:31:57) -Do you agree that Floyd Mayweather can help Wilder beat Fury in their next rematch? (1:46:40) -What’s your reaction to Spike Lee’s interaction with MSG security? (1:51:35)