Today's Coach and Coordinator podcast, The Game Plan, features former coach Terry Shea, who does consulting work for future NFL Draft prospects. He's served as the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator as well as quarterbacks coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams. The Game Plan is a weekly in-season feature that shares thematic ideas that can help coaches and teams once the season begins. Today's focus will be on how to approach the last part of the season. Show notes -How to approach the last quarter of the season -Going back to old material -Maintaining focus -Determining when to practice without gear -Tony Dungy's Practice Smart course -Keeping the mental edge -Changing the coaching staff routine -Discuss film with the whole staff -How to boost team morale
Today's Coach and Coordinator podcast, The Game Plan, features former coach Terry Shea, who does consulting work for future NFL Draft prospects. He's served as the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator as well as quarterbacks coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams. The Game Plan is a weekly in-season feature that shares thematic ideas that can help coaches and teams once the season begins. Today's focus will be on how to handle distractions that occur during the season. -Dealing with the media -Setting media rules for players -Initiating contact with the media -Handling Homecoming week events -Rivalry games -What to do when a key player gets injured
Today's Coach and Coordinator podcast, The Game Plan, features former coach Terry Shea, who does consulting work for future NFL Draft prospects. He's served as the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator as well as quarterbacks coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams. The Game Plan is a weekly in-season feature that shares thematic ideas that can help coaches and teams once the season begins. -What to look for in the self scout -When it's OK to break your tendencies -Looking at your game schedule to decide when to add a wrinkle -Focusing on what you do best when adding personnel -Adding screen concepts -Making sure the QB understands the wrinkle -Don't add a wrinkle if safeties can't adjust -Using movement to add a wrinkle -How to game plan movement -Main things to look at when adding a wrinkle midseason
On the 55th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist and coaching legend Dick Vermeil (06:54 – 01:04:17). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (01:06 – 06:54). Morten reacts to an epic game between the Chiefs and Ravens from this past weekend, and explains why he thinks Lamar Jackson is the MVP of the league through two weeks of the season.We then move to our interview with Dick Vermeil, where he discusses a wide range of topics: his involvement in the wine business, and the history behind his company, “Vermeil Wines” (07:41); his coaching style, and the difference between delegating and designating (13:53); Morten having teammates on the Chiefs that weren't born when he started playing (15:49); knowing when to release a player, and remaining close with many players he has cut (16:46); being the first official special teams coach in NFL history (18:12); taking over an Eagles franchise in the late 1970s that was a losing program, and what it took to turn them into NFC Champions (19:38); why the NFL needs to do a better job helping its former players with medical assistance as they get older (24:04); the amazing story of Vince Papale making the team in Philly (24:46); a review of “American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story” (26:18); his love for underdogs, and why London Fletcher should be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame (27:05); what a Gold Jacket would mean to him (27:44); why Tom Flores getting inducted helped clear the way for Dick, and the various high-profile coaches stumping for him as a candidate (29:12); the hilarious story of David Baker's phone call to let Dick know he was a finalist (30:43); reminiscing about the late, great Frank Gansz Sr. (31:58); why he stepped away from coaching after winning the Super Bowl with a historically great St. Louis Rams team in 1999 (36:59); why he came out of retirement to coach the Chiefs in the early 2000s (38:48); working his players so hard in St. Louis, there was almost a “mutiny,” and why things were different in Kansas City (40:15); why Patrick Mahomes could go down as the finest quarterback to ever play in the NFL (42:45); the state of the Rams, his relationship with Sean McVay, and why Matthew Stafford will be great in L.A. (44:13); why he doesn't think Doug Pederson should've been fired in Philadelphia (47:03); and this week's edition of “The Name Game,” featuring Kurt Warner, Ron Jaworski, Trent Green, Marshall Faulk, Tony Gonzalez, Jared Allen, Harold Carmichael and Will Shields (48:45).Then we move to this week's edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for the five biggest games of the football weekend (01:05:13 – 01:12:08). Morten gives his picks for Buccaneers at Rams (01:05:51), Saints at Patriots (01:07:05), Packers at 49ers (01:08:36), Chargers at Chiefs (01:09:33), and Washington Football Team at Bills (01:10:49).Finally, “Morten's Game Winner” returns – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten reflects on his relationship with Coach Vermeil, and explains why he's had a profound impact on every single one of his former players (01:12:08).
Today's Coach and Coordinator podcast, The Game Plan, features former coach Terry Shea, who does consulting work for future NFL Draft prospects. He's served as the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator as well as quarterbacks coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams. The Game Plan is a weekly in-season feature that shares thematic ideas that can help coaches and teams once the season begins. Today's focus will be “next man up,” 1:15 How to get quarterbacks ready to step-in 4:46 Ideas for how many plays the backup quarterbacks need to know 7:07 Regularly inserting the backup QB into games 8:52 The evolution of the “wildcat” 12:02 Rotating players to let them rest 13:43 Increasing practice reps 16:12 Using virtual reality and simulations to get mental reps 18:14 Practice 2-minute drills with backups 20:19 Coaching staff needs to help raise team morale and confidence
In the third hour, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel were joined by Score midday host Dan Bernstein. You know him, he's of Boers & Bernstein fame and now he hopped on the superior afternoon show. Bernstein can't give up his meatball Bears fandom and hates Parkins for not being able to do the same. Then, Hall of Famer and former St. Louis Rams running back Marshall Faulk joined the show to preview the Bears-Rams game Sunday and to discuss whether Chicago rookie quarterback Justin Fields should be starting in Week 1. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of the Beyond the Helmet we are joined by former All-Pro fullback, Mike Karney.Mike began his NFL career when the Saints drafted him in the 5th round of the '04 draft. This meant paving the way for Deuce McCalister and eventually Reggie Bush among other running backs. Eventually, Mike would sign with the St. Louis Rams to finish his career paving the way for Steven Jackson before retiring. After his Pro Bowl career, Mike has put his energy into a few different passions. Karney is a real estate investor and the uniform inspector for the Los Angeles Rams which keeps him involved in game. Now that one of his sons is old enough to plan, he also gets to be a coach.If you like this episode please share it with someone who you think will enjoy it! At least leave a comment, subscribe, give it a thumbs up - anything so other people can find us!Support the show (http://www.viqtorysports.com)
Ted Simmons Statue Dedication, Al Hrabosky on Simmons as teammate, Bernie Miklasz on Isaac Bruce - An all Hall of Fame show on Scoops with Danny Mac. From St. Louis Cardinals to St. Louis Rams, watch for great speeches and insight into some incredibly successful pro careers.
Cardinals Manager Mike Shildt joins Tom Ackerman talking bullpen being good in the series against the Royals. Wainwright continues to get it done; Lester gets back on the mound today and his memorable play of the week. Hear the Hall of Fame Speech from St. Louis Rams legend Isaac Bruce. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Comedian Mychael Anthony talks about working for TMZ, meeting Billy Bob Thornton, co-writing songs used in sports highlights for the St. Louis Cardinals & the then St. Louis Rams, & acting on the acclaimed soap opera, 'General Hospital.' Follow Mychael on social media @therealmykejones & visit his website mychaelanthony.com.
RE-RELEASE: This episode with Ben Leber first aired in March 2020 and we are re-running it today because it's a fantastic conversation filled with tips, strategies and inspiration on how to shift your mindset and overcoming your limiting beliefs. Today's guest, Ben Leber, is a retired 10-year NFL linebacker who played for the San Diego Chargers (now LA), the Minnesota Vikings and the St. Louis Rams. Ben's football journey began when he accepted a full-ride scholarship to Kansas State University in the summer of 1996. In his time at KSU, Ben was twice named to Big 12 All-Conference Teams, 3rd Team All-American team, and he ended up 5th in tackles in school history while graduating with a business degree. It's a reflection of the hard work he put in to balance and excel in both football and academics. He went on to earn All-Rookie honors his first year in the NFL with San Diego as one of the starting outside linebackers. And while Ben found success on the field, it was how he carried himself off the field that stands out. He was a player representative all 5 years that he played for the Vikings and he was named the Korey Stringer Good Guy award by the local media. He went on to play his 10th and final year with the St. Louis Rams. As Ben moved away from life as a professional football player, he knew he wanted to stay close to the game. He began working for Fox Sports as a college football color commentator. He has worked his way up the ladder and he is now a full-time analyst working Nationally Televised games for the Big 10, Big 12 and Pac 12 Conferences. He also maintains his life in Minneapolis and he began contributing and later working for KFAN radio. He appears on numerous radio shows throughout the week, mostly as a Minnesota Vikings/NFL insider. And this year he concluded his second full season as sideline analyst for the Vikings Radio Network. Our conversation with Ben goes deep into the many lessons he learned while playing college and professional football. He dives into how he learned to take feedback to improve his game. Ben opens up about a period in his earlier career where he had significant self-doubt about his ability to play at the collegiate level. He shares the tools he learned and used to overcome these limiting beliefs. Ben also shares his “win from within” approach to success and how this mindset shift has helped him during his football career and during his transition to his current career as a broadcaster. The tips and strategies that Ben shares in our conversation are applicable to everyone, whether you are an athlete of any age, a parent, an adult and everyone in between. You can find Ben Leber on: www.benleber.com IG: @benleberofficial FB: @benleberofficial We'd love to hear from you how these tips have helped you think about and develop a “win from within” mentality. 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Join Kilo Strength Society Founder and former Charles Poliquin educator Stephane Cazeault and Jason Stella discuss......His history and the influences that have brought you to where you are today?List and rank order all the variables within a strength training programWhat the most overlooked exercise variables?Some of his favorite types of program schemes for the general population who wants to lose weight and improve general health?Corrective Exercise……..Can you explain Structural Balance and why its so importantYou have evolved the information you have learned over the years. Can you explain how?Step by step processRules More about Stephane.... He has spent the last 25 years perfecting his work. He has a strong formal academic foundation, earning a bachelor's degree in exercise science from the University of Montreal. Stéphane published his first book, 66 Strategies to Program Design in 2016 which shared insight into his philosophies on training which led to a following of elite coaches from around the world eager to learn more. In his career Stéphane has personally trained professional athletes in football, baseball, and hockey. Here are some of the athletes he worked with from the NFL, MLB and NHL: Steven Jackson, James Butler and Mark Clayton (St. Louis Rams); David Freese, Chris Carpenter and Matt Holliday (St. Louis Cardinals); Dennis Wideman (Calgary Flames) and Mike Green (Washington Capitals). Stephane is now focused on impacting and helping as many Strength Coaches and Personal Trainers as possible. He specializes in providing the tools and information for coaches to immediately understand and apply to their programming and periodization. Stéphane's passion is program design. His program design is carefully structured with every possible component taken into consideration to ensure the trainee and coach reaches and exceeds their goals, making his work a combination of both science and art. www.kilostrengthsociety.com www.kilolife.com IG @kilostrengthsociety FB https://www.facebook.com/KILOstrength... YouTube https://www.youtube.com/kilostrengths...
7:00 – Cardinals 2nd half of the season kicks off tonight! 7:15 – Peak & Pit 7:30 – Former St. Louis Rams linebacker James Laurinaitis 7:45 – TIOLI 8:00 – Fresh Take: What does a successful 2nd half of the Cardinals season look like? 8:15 – Are the Eagles interested in Deshaun Watson? Do you want to go get a guy who could possibly be convicted of something? 8:30 – The Fight 8:45 – Jay Delsing, host of 'Golf with Jay Delsing 9:00 – Today's Big Thing: How the war of words can spill into the field of sports 9:15 – Tom Kraus, COO of Together Credit Union 9:30 – Revisiting Mark McGwire's thoughts on hitting from his Wednesday interview 9:45 – You're Killing Me Smalls 10:00 – If your favorite team pursued Deshaun Watson to play QB, would you be ok with it? YOUR texts! 10:15 – Seattle Kraken TV Analyst JT Brown 10:30 – Randy takes on The Gauntlet vs. Meat 10:45 – The Crossover w/ BK
14-year NFL veteran, Super Bowl XXXIV and CBS Sports football analyst Champion Kevin Carter joins Kevin and Reggie this week. He gives us a preview of where the Carolina Panthers stack up in the NFC South, talks on the emergence of Brian Burns and tells an amazing story from his Super Bowl year with the St. Louis Rams.
For Friday's episode of The Sports Scouting Report Podcast With Lee Brecheen, Lee interviews former LSU All-American linebacker and current Lafayette Christian Academy coach Trev Faulk. Coach Faulk not only played at LSU, but he also played for the Arizona Cardinals, St. Louis Rams, and the New Orleans Saints. Coach Faulk is a part of an incredible football family as his cousins are former NFL running backs Kevin Faulk and Marshall Faulk. There is also a new family member that has a chance to play at the next level as Trev's nephew Sage Ryan has signed to play with the LSU Tigers. For today's interview, Coach Faulk talks about his nephew continuing the family legacy, LCA winning four state championships in a row, some of his top senior recruits for this upcoming season, and much more! Finally, Lee talks about LSU hiring a new baseball coach in Jay Johnson and why LSU should be in the conversation for Linebacker U.
On today's episode Yo Murphy shares the importance of having the right team to support in you both on and off the field. Listen in as Jennifer and Yo discuss dealing with competition, the impact of achieving greatness, and the three key elements of being a good teammate. They also discuss Yo's journey from the NFL to finding his passion for serving athletes through performance therapy and coaching. Yo Murphy is a former football player, who played college football at the University of Idaho. Yo has played in multiple professional football leagues, starting off his professional football career playing for the BC Lions in the CFL where he won a Grey Cup. He then played overseas for the Scottish Claymore and throughout his career has played for a number of CFL teams, the XFL, and also in the NFL for multiple teams such as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Minnesota Vikings, and the St. Louis Rams. Yo is the only player to ever play in the regular seasons of the CFL, NFL, XFL and NFL Europe, as well as the only player to suit up for the Super Bowl, Grey Cup, and World Bowl championship games. Currently Yo is the owner of Yo Murphy Performance where he provides expert coaching amd training for high school, college, and pro athletes. Yo has trained elite athletes such as Tre McKitty, Christian Barmore, and 2020 Heisman Trophy Winner, Davonte Smith. You can connect with Yo in the following ways: Website: https://yomurphy.com/ Instagram: @yo.murph Twitter: @yoperform What does greatness look like for you? Get off the sideline and take the next step towards achieving your goals by downloading the exclusive Life Assessment and Goal Worksheet Jen uses with her clients to help them identify what they want and the most direct path for moving forward. Click here to download it now: bit.ly/crossthegoalline See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BLQK Coffee Justin Watson Founder and CEO Los Angeles, California Episode 87 Join us this week as we go to the Los Angeles area to interview the men behind BLQK coffee, and learn what a celebration you can have when you marry good business practices with social justice motives and philanthropy. Find out how they are moving the needle in multiple areas through education and donations. A minority owned coffee company whose mission is to give back and change the world one cup of coffee at a time. Twenty five percent of their profits go to improve access to quality education, bridge opportunity gaps, and cultivate food justice. The kids who have the dreams but not the means will have the opportunity to investigate higher education, and to be exposed to a world they may not know even existed! Retired Super Bowl Champion Justin Watson used to fall asleep during play review meetings, until he was introduced to this wonderful concoction with caffeine called ...coffee....who knew? For this former St. Louis Rams running back, this may have been the beginning of his journey into the world of java, but definitely not where he ended up Ritchie Tuazon who is now a major portfolio manager, steeped in the investment world with multiple degrees from UC Berkeley, MIT Sloan and Harvard, to name a few, had a different coffee path, but what changed during the pandemic? . Brothers from different mothers. How could these guys grow up so differently and yet have such similar traits? Drive and determination crosses a lot of boundaries and neighborhoods. Learn how to make course corrections and give 110% in a business, in a game or in life. This is wise advice from anyone, but especially cogent and meaningful coming from these two. How does being kicked out of a Starbucks on Juneteenth, lead to a discussion about a “coffee project” and eventually the formation of BLQK? You think you know what that acronym stands for? Get educated this week, in more ways than one on the Roadshow. Justin and Ritchie recognized inequities in the world and decided to “move the needle” regarding minorities, education, and the lack of opportunities. The phrase pay if forward comes to real fruition with these two. Pour with a purpose, and Coffee Redefined. These two entrepreneurs are putting their slogans into real action not just platitudes From Max Ehrmann's Desiderata, to let muddy waters stand, notes and quotes abound in this week's episode as each of these men bring their own unique perspective to BLQK Coffee. Justin and Ritchie not only want to make a difference, they want other companies to follow suit. That’s a revolutionary conversation! Educate yourself this week with Justin and Ritchie, and learn all about BLQK Coffee. Remember if you have a question, or topic you want us to follow up on from this week, or any other episode of the CCCRS, we are happy to try to get that done. https://crosscountrycoffeeroadshow.com/contact/ And for our roadshow listeners be sure to use the code: crosscountryBLQK for a 20% discount. Make sure to check out this week’s playlist for BLQK Coffee on Spotify, to hear musical selections from our guests https://spoti.fi/3wIAsLJ
This edition of the Life of Fitz podcast features host Tim Fitzgerald calling former Kansas State quarterback, baseball player and football coach Matt Miller. Miller was the quarterback for the 1995 Kansas State team and was named the second-team All-Big Eight quarterback after a record-setting senior season. Miller directed the program to its first 10-win season and into a Holiday Bowl berth that is best known for Miller suffering one of his numerous concussions and being relieved by junior Brian Kavanagh, who proceeded to play one of the best games in the bowl's history at the Wildcats beat Colorado State, 54-21. Miller has overcome battles with alcohol and now has been diagnosed with Stage 4 metastatic prostate cancer, which has brought Matt and Fitz together. This episode of this podcast is Matt's first public discussion of his dire medical situation. Matt has two teenage daughters and a five-year-old daughter, Dani. He's been living in Pittsburg, Kansas, but will soon be moving to the Kansas City area to be closer to his doctors at KU Med. When he spoke with Fitz over the weekend, Matt was visiting his parents in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Of course, Matt's father, Les Miller was the Kansas City Chiefs’ director of player personnel for 13 years. He also worked also for the Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers, St. Louis Rams, and Cleveland Browns, and also was involved in NFL Europe. *** Tim Fitzgerald is a sports journalist who writes, does TV, radio and is a long-time podcaster. He has served as publisher of GoPowercat.com, a website that focuses on Kansas State sports, for more than 20 years. Fitz also has stage 4 prostate cancer, so during the initial stages of the pandemic, his doctors have advised him to stay home and lay low. Now, Fitz is fully vaccinated and rejoining society, but his podcast lives on. Welcome to his life and the Life of Fitz podcast. Sign up for GoPowercat VIP access and get your first month for just $1! Want the latest Kansas State headlines sent to your inbox? Click to sign up for GoPowercat's daily newsletter! Make sure you subscribe to Life of Fitz at your favorite podcast provider, including Apple, Spotify or Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
@MyzLulu welcomes former NFL All-Star Tight End, #BrandonManumaleuna, and now high school head coach to this week's episode of #EveryoneLovesLulu. Brandon Manumaleuna born January 4, 1980, is a former NFL All-Star tight end. He played college football at the University of Arizona and was drafted by the St. Louis Rams in the fourth round of the 2001 NFL Draft. He spent four years with the Rams before being traded to the San Diego Chargers where he played three years before retiring with the Chicago Bears. Manumaleuna is of Samoan and African-American descent. He attended Narbonne High School in Harbor City, California. While at Narbonne High he was selected Second-team All-State as a defensive lineman. He also lettered in basketball and track. Manumaleuna means "bird-of-paradise". Manumaleuna’s off-the-field interests include playing basketball and spending time with his family. He is a second-generation NFL player. His father, Frank Manumaleuga, played linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs from 1979 - 1981. Frank played at UCLA in the early 1970s. Brandon showed early signs of following in his father’s footsteps. At the age of 11, he won the NFL’s Punt, Pass, and Kick Competition. Manumaleuna is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/islandblockpodcasters/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/islandblockpodcasters/support
In this podcast episode, Rachel Braun and Dick Vermeil discuss his life before and after his time as an NFL coach. He resides in Chester County, PA on a beautiful plot of land. Did you know about Vermeil Wine? Dick Vermeil is a former American football coach who served as a head coach in the NFL for 15 seasons. He was the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles for seven seasons, the St. Louis Rams for three, and the Kansas City Chiefs for five. Prior to the NFL, he was the head football coach at Hillsdale High School from 1960 to 1962, Nappa Junior College in 1964, and UCLA from 1974 to 1975. With UCLA, Vermeil led the team to victory in the 1976 Rose Bowl. Vermeil's NFL tenure would see him improve the fortunes of teams that had a losing record before he arrived and bring them all to the playoffs by his third season, which included a Super Bowl title with the Rams. Rachel's Socials: https://linktr.ee/braunandbrains More on Dick Vermeil: https://americanfootball.fandom.com/wiki/Dick_Vermeil Vermeil Wines: https://www.vermeilwines.com/
"The Kilcoyne Conversation" with David Vobora, former St. Louis Rams linebacker. From last pick in the 2008 NFL draft to playing 3 plus years in the league. Dealt with addiction and now runs a gym helping wounded military vets.
"The Kilcoyne Conversation" with Kenny Albert who has to be the only announcer to call Cardinals, St. Louis Rams, and Blues games at the network level. Stories about early days at Fox Sports, John Madden/Pat Summerall, and growing up in the business with his famous dad Marv Albert.
"The Kilcoyne Conversation" with Kenny Albert who has to be the only announcer to call Cardinals, St. Louis Rams, and Blues games at the network level. Stories about early days at Fox Sports, John Madden/Pat Summerall, and growing up in the business with his famous dad Marv Albert.
Former NFL Cheerleader & current philanthropist Jennifer Cobb joins the show as she & Mike Colon discuss her years as a cheerleader for the former St. Louis Rams, how her life changed when her father was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in 1999, working closely with both Michael J. Fox & Muhammad Ali for awareness surrounding the disease, & the 2016 launch of her foundation Gateway To A Cure. Tune in for a very open & honest discussion about a very tough disease.Connect With Jennifer: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.leecobbInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/teamgatewaytoacure_jeni_cobb/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-cobb-4ab040134/Team Gateway To A Cure: https://teamgatewaytoacure.org/Connect With Mike: Twitter: https://twitter.com/mikeinnewhavenLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-colon-23b3a115a/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1JPFhzx0J0Hy5p_1ySWElg/aboutListen To The Podcast: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/micd-in-new-haven/id1347647537iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-micd-in-new-haven-74906026/Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/mike-colons-showSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7yth6tWkA7kPAse43eJnNn?si=5y8boJBlRXOqRkIylL-KXw&nd=1PlayerFM: http://front.player.fm/series/micd-in-new-haven-2095021Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/search/mic%27d%20in%20new%20havenOutro Song: Duran Duran - Ordinary World (1993)SONG DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN THIS SONG. All Rights Reserved To Respective Owners.
On the 34th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by his Hall of Fame brother Kurt Warner to talk about his amazing career, as well as preview the 2021 NFL Draft (05:28 – 01:09:27). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll), where the guys talk about Morten’s draft day experience way back in 1982.We then move to our interview with Kurt, where he discusses a wide array of topics: reflecting on his incredible journey, and taking full advantage of every single opportunity along the way (06:54); the enormous impact of Trent Green on his career, and why Trent could’ve been bound for Canton had he not suffered that knee injury that paved the way for Kurt’s breakout season (16:22); why Kurt felt like he played a decade for Dick Vermeil, even though it was only two seasons (26:00); reminiscing about the late, great Frank Gansz (34:58); why quarterbacks and kickers are much more similar than you would think (38:40); not knowing whether or not the 1999 St. Louis Rams banner is hanging in SoFi Stadium (45:23); on signing with an organization in Arizona that had no expectations of winning (46:06); why he felt like he was a better quarterback later in his career than he was in the beginning (49:58); his thoughts on the 2021 NFL Draft (54:35); this week’s edition of “The Name Game,” featuring thoughts on Larry Fitzgerald and Orlando Pace (01:02:15); why he hates the extra game being added to the regular season (01:04:54); and why Patrick Mahomes is the best quarterback in the league today (01:06:39).Then, TommyFreezePops is joined by Thom Cunningham for his weekly check-in with the experts from VegasInsider.com (01:10:20 – 01:15:00). It’s all things NFL Draft, with the first round getting underway on Thursday night. What pick is the safest bet that is worth people’s while from a gambling perspective (01:11:38)? Who will be the first non-quarterback taken in this year’s draft (01:12:24)? With the Patriots having their highest draft position since 2008, what will they do in the first round? (01:13:12)?Finally, we close things out with Morten’s “Game Winner” – a weekly segment where Morten monologues his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, he talks about his friend Kurt Warner, and why he personifies the word “perseverance.” (01:15:00)
Which Nittany Lions will hear their names called (and when) in the 2021 NFL Draft? ESPN pro football analyst Matt Bowen joins the show to evaluate Penn State's prospects in the 2021 draft class, including Micah Parsons, Jayson Oweh, Pat Freiermuth, and Shaka Toney. Matt was a four-year letterwinner as a safety at Iowa, earning second-team All America and first-team All Big Ten during his college career. He was drafted by the St. Louis Rams in 2000, and his seven-year NFL career also included stints with Green Bay, Washington, and Buffalo. Currently, he serves as an NFL writer and analyst at ESPN, including co-hosting the incomparable NFL Matchup. HOSTED BY: Brandon Noble, Mike Herr, Chris BuchignaniGUEST: Matt BowenSupport Our Great Sponsors:Sign up for a free 30-day trial of Audible: audibletrial.com/ObligatoryPSUHappy Valley Adventure Bureau: HappyValley.comCentral PA Tasting Trail: CentralPATastingTrail.com
Cailer Woolam joins us to discuss going from sacking groceries to winning the Super Bowl for the St. Louis Rams….. oh wait, that was Kurt Warner. We talked to Cailer about deadlift world records and tearing your pec after you run out of gas. The Strength Co: https://www.thestrength.co/ Fusion Sports Performance: https://www.fusionsp.net/ MASS to save 20% on all FSP supplements Lifting Large: https://www.liftinglarge.com/ and use code MASS20 to save on Lifting Large branded products Spud Inc: https://www.spud-inc-straps.com/ Texas Power Bars: https://www.texaspowerbars.com/
The 41st edition of Whe're They At features Pro Football Hall of Famer, Marshall Faulk. Born and raised in New Orleans (LA), he had a distinguished high school career in football and track. Marshall starred at San Diego State University as a 3-time All-American Running Back. He was the #2 overall pick in the 1994 National Football League (NFL) Draft by the Indianapolis Colts, winning the Offensive Rookie of the Year and becoming a star in the NFL. After 5 seasons with the Colts, he joined the St. Louis Rams and was one of the lead performers on 'The Greatest Show on Turf', winning Super Bowl (XXXIV) as well as the 2000 NFL Most Valuable Player and 3 NFL Offensive Player of the Year Awards. He was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011. Currently, he is 5th in NFL History in career yards per scrimmage and 12th in rushing yards. He was also inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2017. Now, Marshall is now a major part of Virtuity Financial Partners, helping many people with financial planning and literacy. Host Nabaté Isles had the honor to speak with Marshall on a cornucopia of topics including: 02:35-Discusses his impactful work with Virtuity. 07:06-Reflects on his mentor as a youngster, Coach Wayne Reese, Sr. 08:34-On his experiences growing up in the cultural city of New Orleans, Louisiana. 10:04-The inspiration and work ethic that his parents and older brothers instilled in him. 12:29-On how he gained a passion for football and the running back position. 16:26-The reason for going to San Diego State University. 18:36-On how he took advantage of his opportunity to start as a freshman at SDSU. 20:37-Shooting up the draft board to eventually become the #2 overall pick in the 1994 NFL Draft. 21:43-Reflects on another SDSU legend: the late Baseball Hall of Famer, Tony Gwynn. 22:28-Discusses other esteemed SDSU alumni, Stephen Strasburg and Kawhi Leonard. 25:50-On his first game back in the Superdome (New Orleans), where he sold popcorn while he was in high school. 28:00-On the mentorship of Running Backs coach Gene Huey during Marshall's early years with the Indianapolis Colts. 29:08-The disappointment of missing the AFC Championship Game in 1995 (due to injury) and what it made him realize. 30:31-Is he surprised with his former Colts teammate, Jim Harbaugh becoming a polarizing coaching figure? 31:07-On him and fellow Pro Football Hall of Famer as well as New Orleans native, Peyton Manning playing only one season together. 32:24-Reflects on another Hall of Famer from that elite Colts offense, Marvin Harrison. 33:13-His initial impression on his St. Louis Rams teammate and fellow Hall of Famer, Kurt Warner and did expect his astronomical rise into an NFL star? 35:47-On the genius of Rams' Offensive Coordinator and eventual head coach, Mike Martz. 37:55-His thoughts on why running backs are not valued anymore in today's game. 40:19-On the generational differences in approach to competition and aspiring to be great. 41:31-Marshall names current NFL running backs that impress him. 44:18-On how he dealt with retirement after 12 excellent years in the NFL. 46:13-His take on future Hall of Famer Tom Brady when he led the Patriots to a surprising Super Bowl 36 victory over Marshall's Rams. 48:42-Who was more important to the New England Patriots: Brady or Bill Belichick? 50:40-Who's the better QB, individually: Brady or P. Manning? 51:57-His thoughts on his former teams, the Colts and Rams making major changes at the Quarterback position. 54:30-Discusses the NFL having long way to go when it comes to diversity in the front offices and management. 57:37-NO HUDDLE segment of random questions for Marshall. Follow Whe're They At on www.twitter.com/whe_retheyat, www.instagram.com/whe.retheyat and www.facebook.com/whe.retheyatpodcast/ Musical selections are from Nabaté Isles' album, 'Eclectic Excursions', available on iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, Amazon, Tidal, etc. Check out his website as well: www.nabateisles.com as well as https://nsiuniversal.bandcamp.com/
The last 12 months between 2020 & 2021 have held its share of trouble. Record number of deaths with COVID 19, socially distance living, racial unrest, and political upheaval.We have invited leaders from across the globe to share what gets them through their times of trouble. This weeks guest Coach Derek Lewis is current Athletic Director in Dallas, TX for the Pinkston Vikings and formerly an NFL player for the St. Louis Rams and has played college ball at the University of Texas. Coach Lewis joins us to share his perspective on hard times, how he and his family have managed a recent loss, and shared great leadership tools to keep moving forward! Listen.. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome back to another episode of the Action and Ambition Podcast. Justin Watson is an entrepreneur and former World Class Athlete who played for the St. Louis Rams and played in the Super Bowl Championship. He began his entrepreneurial journey investing in real estate in the greater Los Angeles area and then starting Studio Physique Athletic Health Club in San Gabriel Valley and owns a matte black luxury transportation company. Through his passions for coffee and social justice, he formed a team of close friends in establishing BLQK Coffee and has committed to pouring 25% of profits to improve access to quality education, advanced food justice, and bridge opportunity gaps. You will love listening to this episode!
Mike Person is a former 9 year NFL guard. He was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the 7th round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He played college football Montana State. In his career, Mike was also a member of the Indianapolis Colts, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Atlanta Falcons and Kansas City Chiefs. He started at guard in Super Bowl 54 for the San Francisco 49ers. Now residing in Ohio is the founder and creator of 5 Dot Offensive Line Academy which we will spend some time talking about in this episode. The 5 Dot Offensive Line Academy is a unique 4 week block of lessons for offensive lineman. In this academy, players will learn transferrable skills that can be used throughout their career. Mike is a great coach and instructor with a passion for the 5 dots on a wipe board. LINKS: Mike@5DotAcademy.com 5DotAcademy.com Twitter - @5DotAcademy --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aaronconrad/support
Listen in to part 2 of Rashawn talking with Jason Brown. In 2009, Jason Brown seemed to have it all—a successful NFL career, a lovely wife and a growing family. In fact, he had a five-year contract with the St. Louis Rams for $37.5 million, at the time making him the highest-paid center in the NFL. Let's hear how Christ changed everything right where he was! Grab your copy of his book Centered: https://www.amazon.com/Centered-Trading-Your-Plans-Matters/dp/0593193350"
BIO:Jason Brown played eight seasons in the NFL after his collegiate career at UNC. He was drafted 4th overall in 2005 by the Baltimore Ravens, and in 2009 was signed by the St. Louis Rams for $37.5 million - the highest-paid center in the league. In April 2012, he decided to step out on faith and walk away from his NFL career. God revealed to him that he had something greater in store and his family should move back to his home state of North Carolina and start a farm. Based in Louisburg, North Carolina, First Fruits Farm was founded to share the love of Christ and aid in hunger relief in eastern North Carolina. He has recently written a book titled, Centered: Trading Your Plans for a Life That Matters.TOPICS:Quitting football his freshman year to focus on his studies His journey from North Carolina to the NFL Playing football without an ultimate love for the game The impact his brother made on his life after he died while serving in Iraq His call to ministry and giving up football Moving from the mansion to the farm Success and faithfulness Starting the First Fruits Farm and eventually donating over 1,000,000 pounds of food See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In 2009, Jason Brown seemed to have it all—a successful NFL career, a lovely wife and a growing family. In fact, he had a five-year contract with the St. Louis Rams for $37.5 million, at the time making him the highest-paid center in the NFL. Let's hear how Christ changed everything right where he was! Grab your copy of his book Centered: https://www.amazon.com/Centered-Trading-Your-Plans-Matters/dp/0593193350"
Jason Brown was the highest-paid Center in NFL history, but he walked away from a $35 million contract with the St. Louis Rams. Why? He felt God's call to become a farmer. This story explores his journey of learning to farm, finding the land and growing & harvesting over 100,000 pounds of vegetables, radical generosity - as well as the many extraordinary events which made it all possible.
Mike Martz won a Superbowl with the St. Louis Rams. He joined CJ to talk about the quarterback movement this offseason in the NFL. Thanks to all my partners: Dr. Daniel Lapidus & Larry Ackerman, Dr. Brad Kurgis of Kurgis Dermatology, California Fresh Markets, Rex Stevens @ The SLO Wellness Center, Costa de Oro Winery, Avila Bay Athletic Club & Spa, Joy of Shell Beach, & Michael Moore Sports Recovery. Artwork
BIO:Don Davis played for 11 seasons with the NFL on four different teams: the New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, St. Louis Rams, and New England Patriots. While with the Patriots, Davis won two Super Bowl rings. After retiring in 2007, he remained with the Patriots as the assistant strength and conditioning coach and team chaplain, until leaving to pursue a career in Christian ministry. He is now the Senior Director of Player Affairs and a Senior Advisor to the Executive Director at the NFL Players Association.TOPICS: Watching his former teammate, Tom Brady, win another Super Bowl The keys to Brady's longevity The calling to be a spiritual leader It's not an anger problem…it's a heart problem The early years – going undrafted Experiencing the cuts, and then finding the Bucs Finally being all in and doing the will of God The kingdom-minded vision and the decision to leave the NFL The journey of growing his family His current role as Senior Director of Player Affairs and a Senior Advisor to the Executive Director at the NFL Players Association See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Our guest this week on the Steel City Nation podcast is Gus Frerotte. Frerotte was drafted by the Washington Redskins in the seventh round of the 1994 NFL Draft. He played college football at Tulsa.He was selected to the 1997 Pro Bowl while with the Redskins, also played for the Detroit Lions, Denver Broncos, Cincinnati Bengals, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, and St. Louis Rams.He played his college ball at the University of Tulsa, he started eight games as a redshirt freshman in 1990 after quarterback T.J. Rubley was injured. Frerotte also handled punting duties for the team and averaged 35.5 yards per punt.Although Heath Shuler was selected number 1 by the Redskins the year Frerotte was drafted, in the 7th round Frerotte became the starting quarterback due to Shuler's injuries and struggles adjusting to the professional game. Frerotte would retain the starting job until 1998.During his Pro Bowl season in 1996, Frerotte passed for 3,453 yards (6th best in NFL and his career high) and was ranked in the top 10 in a number of other categories.Frerotte signed with the Vikings in 2008 and lead to an 8-3 record where he is credited with throwing the longest touchdown pass in NFL history of 99 yards to Bernard Berrian.Frerotte retired from the NFL and began working for GAIMPlan Consulting which helps high school athletes select a college. Frerotte had a successful run as a high school football coach at John Burroughs School in the St. Louis, Missouri, area where his teams were runners up in the state championship game in 2011 and 2012. In 2017, Frerotte joined startup RC21X as the Vice President of Brain Health Initiatives. The company developed a cloud-based tool to monitor brain performance and is currently the host of Huddle Up with Gus podcast.We will talk with Gus about his career in the NFL. How he feels it differs today from his playing days. What the outlook is for the league this season with all the unrest between social justice issues and Covid 19 outbreaks. We will discuss his podcast and how you can follow and listen.For our Decade Definers Gus will share with us his most memorable cornerbacks he faced during his career. You can find Gus on Instagram @huddleupwithgus , Twitter @GusF
Joining us today on the Hardwick Life Podcast is a friend of mine, Lonie Paxton.Lonie is best known as one of the greatest long snappers of his era in the NFL, which spanned 12 years and 250 total games. He played 9 years with the New England Patriots and 3 years with the Denver Broncos. He won 3 Super Bowl Championships with the Patriots, which were Super Bowls 36, 38, and 39. He is a member of the last team to go back to back winning a Super Bowl. He snapped on 9 of Adam Vinatieri’s game-winning field goals, including famously the Tuck Rule game against the Raiders in 2001, in which the Pats won 16-13, advancing them to the AFC Championship game. And he snapped another game-winner at the beginning of the Pats dynasty in their win over the greatest show on turf, the St. Louis Rams. Since retiring, Lonie went to work for Go Pro as their senior marketing manager in Global Sports. He now is a strategic advisor for multiple companies, including Power Dot, KindHumans (he was on this call from his Kind Humans bus, and he is a strategic advisor for Nocking Point Wines. We gain a ton of insight into performing at the most critical moments when seemingly it’s all on the line, his relationship with Tom Brady, who I now consider the greatest competitor of all time, and we dig into the inspiring projects that he’s got going on now. He’s a father to four and lives a really fun life. You’ll enjoy following him and everything he’s up to @loniepaxton. Thanks for listening guys.
Super Bowl LV is official; it is in the books. Given that this was the biggest game of the entire NFL season, I’m going to give a few observations that I made.How unbelievable is it that the Chiefs didn’t score a single touchdown? A team that averaged 3.5 touchdowns per game in the regular season was unable to tally one on the biggest stage. What about the fact that Leonard Fournette led the game in touches (20)? Or how about the resurrection of Gronk as he put up six receptions for 67 yards and two touchdowns. Whoever you wanted to win the game; you have to admit that very few predicted a Bucs blowout.Here is the final point I want to make. Tom Brady was obviously in this game, and over the years, he has become a top target for non-Patriot or Bucs fans to root against. Now, I know that not every fan roots against him, but it is more common that an unbiased fan likes seeing Brady lose instead of winning. Here is what I have to say about that. I’ll use a quote from an unlikely source…“Everybody loves the underdog, and then they take an underdog and make him a hero, and they hate him. But as long as they can knock you back down, it seems like you’re an underdog again…”–Fred DurstYes, this quote initially had nothing to do with football, but I think it applies perfectly to Brady. Tom Brady was drafted in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL draft. He was picked 199 overall by the New England Patriots. He was a modest prospect who performed poorly at the combine. Most of us know what happened after this. He’s won seven Super Bowls, five Super Bowl MVPs, and three MVP awards. Now, based on where he was drafted, wouldn’t you think he would be a perfect “All American Underdog Story?” I would consider it for sure. So the question is…why so much hate for this man? The answer is very nuanced, and it spans over two decades. I’m also not sure I have an excellent concise solution for you. I suppose the hate comes from a combination of his cheating allegations, on-field whining, and just the overall “chip on his shoulder” attitude he’s had his entire NFL career. But I think Fred Durst was on to something with his quote.We like underdogs in the country. Nay, we love them. A considerable percentage of NCAA fans rooted for 11 seed George Mason in the 2006 NCAA tournament. I sure did. George Mason beat a 6, 3, 7, and 1 source on their way to the Final Four. They eventually lost to the eventual champion, No. 3 seed Florida University. The overwhelming majority of unbiased fans did root for the underdog. I’m not going to list every underdog story to happen in sports, but the question remains: what makes Brady different? Why is there so much hate for the most successful quarterback in NFL history, especially after he had a humble beginning to his career?I’m guilty as well. I rooted against Brady in 2002 as he was playing my St. Louis Rams, but besides that, I’ve rooted against him mainly because I didn’t want to see the winning streak continue. I knew where he came from. I knew the chip he had on his shoulder. I learned how remarkable his ascent to the GOAT was, but it didn’t matter. I wanted to see him lose because he’d won enough. I feel like a lot of people had the same mentality. As I hinted in my previous article, I was rooting for Brady to win another one last Sunday. Nothing against the Chiefs, but I finally reached the point in my fandom that I said, “if he’s going to be the best, let’s see him do it so that he leaves no doubt in anyone’s mind.” You can love him if you want. You can hate him if you wish. You can be indifferent. None of these positions changes the fact that he is the greatest quarterback in NFL history.Alright, it time to digress a bit after that long-winded rant. Today we are going to talk about some Bucs’ free agents.-------------------------------------------------------What is Dynasty Owner? Dynasty Owner is not your average fantasy football. You may have your DraftKings and Fanduels of the world but we are year-round and put you right in the seat of the Owner, Coach, and GM. Fantasy footballers all over have been wanting a game like this and you may have even heard our name from Christopher Harris or even the Dynasty Nerds podcast.We use real NFL contracts and salaries in our game so when something changes here in the real world it affects your team for the year. With a challenge of the salary cap and keeping your team under it, you get the feeling of what it's like to run a business and see your team get rewarded when they win.Learn more today at www.dynastyowner.com and come see what we are all about.-------------------------------------------------------Connect with Dynasty Owner:Visit us on the web -- https://www.dynastyowner.comFollow us on Twitter -- @Dynasty_OwnerFollow on Facebook - www.facebook.com/DynastyOwnerFantasySports
Steve Spagnuolo is the defensive coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs. Before joining Head Coach Andy Reid's staff in Kansas City, Spagnuolo was the head coach of the then St.Louis Rams and held defensive coaching positions for the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, New Orleans Saints, and Baltimore Ravens, winning Super Bowls in Kansas City and New York. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Brady talks with Montreal Alouettes Director of US Scouting, Russ Lande, who talks with us about what scouts look for ahead of the NFL Draft, if first-round picks are valuable and he talks with us about Mac Jones and the connection to the Patriots. He's also served in scouting roles for the Cleveland Browns and St. Louis Rams and talks with us about the Goff/Stafford trade and how a roster should be built.
Kurt Warner, former St. Louis Rams, Arizona Cardinals and NY Giants quarterback wants to see the NFL playoff games played in closed environments. Not on the natural turf of the teams that play in the frozen tundra. Really Kurt? And take the playoff game away from the fans that support their home team? Take the team away from home field advantage? The NFL is meant to be played outside on whatever turf that team plays on in their city. This is a crazy proposition for those reasons alone but I've got even a few more in my rant today. Check it out.
Travis is back for a special Friday edition of the Drive Time podcast. We're crossing over with the guys from the Fish Tank as OJ McDuffie and Seth Levit join to talk the 1995 season finale against the St. Louis Rams. From catching passes over the middle of the field, spiking the football, and clinching a playoff berth to feeding information to The Don on the sidelines during game day. Plus, we'll get the latest injury news for Sunday and cover John Congemi's three keys to the game.
Rachel is cracking open that beer because football season is back! The 2002 Super Bowl was momentous. It was Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s first with the New England Patriots and with zero seconds left, they upset the St. Louis Rams with a 48 year field goal! This game kicked off a golden age for the Patriots and their game was unstoppable. But as reports started to creep up about the Patriots secretly videotaping opponent's sidelines, questions about their integrity started to arise. As the ol' saying goes: some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them; then there's the New England Patriots who are dirty dirty cheats. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices