Nick Saban is a wizard from a different galaxy | Ricky Williams, Heisman Trophy Winner and NFL All-Pro, joins the show | Plus, the best calls from College Football Saturday See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris and Rob debate whether or not the Detroit Lions should still be allowed to play every Thanksgiving, and go head-to-head picking NFL games against the spread in the Pigskin Pickoff. Plus, former NFL All-Pro cornerback James Hasty swings by to discuss his initiative to get more minorities hired in coaching and front office roles. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Former NFL offensive lineman and FOX Sports Radio weekend host Ephraim Salaam is in for Chris, and he and Rob debate whether or not former Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden is out of bounds for suing the NFL after his racist and misogynistic e-mails became public and ultimately cost him his job, and tell us why tanking has become so prevalent across American sports. Plus, former NFL All-Pro safety Kerry Rhodes swings by to discuss what went wrong for Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday Night, where Jackson stacks up in the MVP race, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
It was the football that you could accidently hit your Dad's car or the house's aluminum siding and not have to worry too much about explaining a dent. The fabulous foam football that you could spin that perfect spiral no matter what size hands you had and punt barefoot without the sting, Nerf Football1. I think just about every kid in America played with one at some time or another and their parents didn't care that they were too close to the house. Miss our football by the day of the year podcasts, well don't because they can still be found at the https://pigskindispatch.com/ (Pigskin Dispatch website). Come join us at the https://pigskindispatch.com/ (Pigskin Dispatch website) to see even more Positive football news! Sign up to get daily football history headlines in your email inbox @ https://pigskindispatch.com/home/Email-subscriber (Email-subscriber) Go to https://my.captivate.fm/SportsHistoryNetwork.com/Row1 (SportsHistoryNetwork.com/Row1 )for access to the full Row One catalog for gallery prints and gift items. Plus, get a 15% discount off all prints on the Row One Pictorem Gallery with coupon code SHN15. Get a free one week subscription to Newspapers.com by visiting http://SportsHistoryNetwork.com/newspapers (SportsHistoryNetwork.com/newspapers). And with a paid subscription, you'll also be helping to support the production of this and other Sports History Network shows. We also feature great music by Mike and Gene Monroe along with Jason Neff & great graphics from time to time from the folks at http://www.gridiron-uniforms.com/GUD/controller/controller.php?action=main (Gridiron-Uniform Database). Want more Sports History delivered to your ears, come see this podcast and many more at the https://sportshistorynetwork.com/ (Sports History Network - The Headquarters of Sports' Yesteryear!) We would like to thank the https://footballfoundation.org/ (National Football Foundation), https://www.profootballhof.com/players/ (Pro Football Hall of Fame), https://www.onthisday.com/ (On this day.com) and https://www.pro-football-reference.com/ (Pro Football Reference) Websites for the information shared with you today. Support this podcast
Chris and Rob explain why the Brooklyn Nets absolutely cannot let Kyrie Irving become a part-time player and need to make a definitive decision on his future quickly, and the Odd Couple Crew debate bathroom etiquette between roommates in this week's edition of Shop Talk. Plus, former NFL All-Pro running back Brian Westbrook swings by to share his thoughts on the Urban Meyer saga, Jalen Hurts' future in Philadelphia, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Welcome to Episode 84 of The Spokesman Speaks podcast. This episode includes some advice for a safe harvest and a discussion with 2021 America Needs Farmers Wall of Honor inductee Marshal Yanda (a former Iowa Hawkeye star, NFL All-Pro and Super Bowl champion) about his upbringing on an Anamosa, Iowa dairy farm. Resources mentioned in this episode: ANF Game Day details The National Education Center for Agricultural Safety
FOX Sports Radio personalities Aaron Torres and Veejay Huskey are in for Chris and Rob, and the guys debate whether or not Cam Newton could lose his starting gig to Mac Jones due to 'injury', and discuss the long-term outlook for Jones as an NFL quarterback. Plus, former NFL All-Pro and Sirius XM NFL Radio host swings by to share his thoughts on the Cam-Mac dynamic and how the Patriots roster fits around each quarterback. Finally, the Odd Couple Crew debate the merits of personal hygeine in this week's edition of Shop Talk. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Mike Colleluori is a Non-Profit Executive and Entrepreneur. In 2006, after the tragic passing of his brother, Nick, following a battle with Lymphoma––Mike and his family established the HEADStrong Foundation (which was a concept Nick had created shortly before his death). Over the past fifteen years, the Colleluoris have continued Nick's legacy through HEADStrong's mission to offer financial, residential, and emotional support to families affected by cancer. The Non-Profit raises millions of dollars annually and impacts the lives of so many brave individuals fighting back against the disease. In addition to his work with HEADStrong, Mike (along with former NFL All-Pro Defensive End, Trent Cole) is also the Co-Founder of ProVantage Solutions––a marketing, sponsorship, and business management agency for brands and athletes. For more information about The HEADStrong Foundation & how you can help, visit their website: https://headstrong.org/ ***TIMESTAMPS*** 6:50 - Mike tells a story about his former flow; PLL NLL, and the pro lacrosse leagues; Kids picking a main sport too early; How Mike got into lacrosse and got a scholarship to Hofstra 25:41 - The story behind Mike's brother Nick's battle against and untimely death from cancer; The medical costs of fighting cancer; Why Mike wonders if they're really trying to cure cancer; Chemo, Radiation, & CAR-T Therapy 44:24 - The HEADStrong Foundation and what they do for cancer patients; Mike talks about Nick's dying wish that the Colleluoris start HEADStrong; The stories behind why HEADStrong put a major focus on residential housing for cancer patients and their families 58:02 - That time Lance Armstrong & Livestrong tried to sue HEADStrong (lol); Lance Armstrong's fall from grace and why you have to use your platform for good; Mike tells the story of meeting the man who would later become the Chairman of The HEADStrong Board; The heartbreak of having to bury your child 1:12:39 - The struggle of working on behalf of the disease that killed someone you loved; Mike shares what Nick's last words to him were; “There isn't a manual that tells you how to deal with death”; Perspective & Why we need to “Be Nice!” 1:27:56 - The problems with many Non-Profits and misappropriated funds; Why Mike thinks “People should run a Non-Profit like a For-Profit and a For-Profit like a Non-Profit” 1:37:16 - Revisiting cancer research, whether or not the objective truly is “a cure,” and the capitalism incentives Big Pharma companies have to create to attract medical talent; Mike talks about how he tells the story of HEADStrong's patients; The importance of giving back 1:48:22 - Being present; Mike & Julian talk about their respective approaches to cell phone use; Kids and iPhones 2:01:14 - Mike talks about balancing HEADStrong with his company, ProVantage Solutions; Mike tells the story of how he and former NFL All-Pro, Trent Cole, became business partners; The deep conversations Mike and Trent have 2:10:43 - How bad people often take advantage of Professional Athletes; Athletes finding purpose in their second career after sports; A story about Allen Iverson and luggage; The value of having a camera on you while you're an active player; The massive competition for attention among celebrities compared to a decade ago; Pro Athletes and their various approaches to charity 2:45:52 - Pro Athlete Activism; Mike talks about a business associate whose software automatically reads for all risk-related social media posts from a person's entire life ~ YouTube EPISODES & CLIPS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0A-v_DL-h76F75xik8h03Q ~ Get $100 Off The Eight Sleep Pod Pro Mattress / Mattress Cover: https://eight-sleep.ioym.net/trendifier Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey ~ Beat provided by: https://freebeats.io Music Produced by White Hot
Chris and Rob discuss which NFL players are the most intriguing heading into the upcoming NFL season (Aaron Rodgers, Odell Beckham Jr., Lamar Jackson, etc.), and tell us if Frank Thomas is right when he says MLB has done a poor job marketing its superstars. Plus, former NFL All-Pro and host of the 'Lights Out' podcast Shawne Merriman swings by to share his thoughts on celebrity boxing, the biggest trends in combat sports, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This is a short outtake from a conversation I had a while back with fromer NFL All-Pro and Florida State standout - Bobby Butler; on playing for legendary coach - Bobby Bowden. Coach Bowden recently passsed away and this is a great conversation about leaving a legacy and impacting the lives around you! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Granite Garage Floors of Chattanooga: https://granitegaragefloors.com/location/chattanooga Vascualar Institute of Chattanooga: https://www.vascularinstituteofchattanooga.com/ MedicareMisty: https://medicaremisty.com/ Please consider supporting the podast by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/duringthebreakpodcast This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
This week on the Daly Dose, we are joined by former NFL All-Pro linebacker Shawne Merriman! We reflect on his childhood, and how it prepared him for a life in contact sports. Shawne also explains his latest endeavor, and how he became involved in the world of MMA fighting!We ask Shawne what other colleges that he considered attending besides the University of Maryland, and what he thinks of the new Name and Likeness opportunities for college athletes!Then, we take a look back at Shawne's amazing career in the NFL! How was he so able to step in and compete from Day 1? Who were the players he looked up to growing up? What NFL team did he enjoy beating the most? Shawne also discusses what aspect of his game that we would have to change to play in today's game, and which modern day players he enjoys watching the most. Finally, we let you know where you can go to see Shawne's Lights out Xtreme Fighting 5 this weekend, which is taking place at The Commerce Casino In Los Angeles, California! Be sure to check out https://www.lightsoutxf.com/
Doug Sanders is the founder of Sanders Sports and Entertainment (SSE), a brand management company that crafts and grows the brands of high-profile professional athletes. Doug's clients include some of the most notable and recognizable names in the NFL and the NBA, and he currently works with NFL All-Pro receiver DeAndre Hopkins, Pro Football Hall of Famer Terrell “T.O.” Owens, and NBA Champions Channing Frye and Nick “Swaggy P” Young. Doug's goal is to help his clients make an impact in the areas they're most passionate about and create legacies that last far beyond their playing days. When he's not working, Doug enjoys reading, sampling wine from Channing Frye's Chosen Family Wines label, and spending time with his wife and two young children.
Takeo and Tutan sit down with NFL All-Pro and Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Grady Jarrett to talk about expectations on the upcoming season and what it means to give back. Plus Falcons 1st Round Draft Pick - tight end Kyle Pitts - drops by to talk about how he's enjoying Atlanta so far and what he's looking forward to in his rookie season. Finally, Baltimore Ravens legend and Hall of Famer safety Ed Reed catches up on what he has been up to since retiring from the game. Don't miss this action packed episode out now!This episode was recorded live on location at the 'Grady Gives' Celebrity Charity Golf Tournament at Topgolf in Atlanta, Georgia. Join Takeo & Tutan for Season 3, Episode 12 of Behind the Mask Podcast, voted the Best Sports Podcast by the Black Podcasting Awards in 2020. SUBSCRIBE & DOWNLOAD TODAY! https://linktr.ee/BehindTheMask
Jonas and Brady talk chicken parm, Kyler Murray not making friends in the Dallas area and Mike McCarthy's future with the Cowboys. Strange cologne scents are being discussed, as is the Phoenix Suns, maybe the best team in the NBA playoffs right now. Jonas says Travis Kelce lied to America with his comments about the Browns and Brady breaks down where Cleveland is as a team. Plus, a former NFL All-Pro says he will never play for Andy Reid again. Have we been missing something about Reid? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Nate Ebner (@NateEbner) is an NFL All-Pro, a 3-time Super Bowl Champion with the New England Patriots, he played in the 2016 Summer Olympics on the USA Rugby team and he has written a tremendous book called Finish Strong: A Father's Code and A Son's Path. Nate's book details his incredible story as he prepares in 2021 for an NFL season and attempts to make the US Olympic Rugby team that will compete in Tokyo this summer. Pick up Nate's book here: Finish Strong: A Father's Code and a Son's Path: Ebner, Nate, Daugherty, Paul, Meyer, Urban: 9780525560852: Amazon.com: Books Follow the show on Twitter @3PointStancePod and "Like Us" on Facebook, 3 Point Stance Podcast. Contact the show: 3PointStancePod@gmail.com
In this conversation on race, I'm joined by Amy and Hardy Nickerson. Amy is an author, creator, lecturer, educational consultant, and diversity/inclusion/antiracism advocate. Hardy Nickerson is a Former NFL All Pro linebacker (16-year career), NFL and college coach, and Amy's husband of 32 years. He's a football consultant and strategist, online coach, and now an MBA candidate. In this episode Amy and Hardy talk about their experiences with police, racism and stereotyping, and concern for their children as African-Americans in the US. Key topics: [2:12] The frightening experience of a Black family driving through Florida and being stopped and interrogated by police for no reason. [4:47] How young Black boys get labeled aggressive early on in elementary school, while nothing happens to young white boys who are doing the same things. [12:55] What white people say to Black people to discount their experiences with race and racist police while driving [14:13] What white people can do and what they should not do if they are in a car with a Black friend who gets stopped by the police. [18:24] No matter how much money you have, if you are a Black person you are not immune to racism or racist violence. [26:43] Athletes who are speaking out now. The importance of voter registration and the threat or Black voter suppression [28:14] Why it can be dangerous for Black people to call the police even when they are victims of crimes. [31:09] Reactions to the George Floyd verdict of guilty for Dereck Chauvin [42:20] What bystanders need to do to be active allies and save lives. The importance of standing up and taking an action [54:00] How white people can school themselves, understand racism and be anti-racist Bio and Contact Info Amy Nickerson is an author, speaker, educational consultant, and antiracism & social justice advocate. Her book How Do You See Us?, an Amazon bestselling new release, details her family's harrowing accounts of encounters with police and the racism they often experience. Using their stories, Amy unpacks the long reach of racism in America, exploring how and why tensions continue to escalate. She addresses audiences ranging from local schools to the FBI National Academy, guiding conversations about race and social justice. Married 31 years to husband Hardy, former NFL All-Pro linebacker and NFL/College coach, and having raised three student-athletes, Amy also possesses extensive knowledge and understanding of sports at the professional, college and high school levels. She is experienced in curriculum development and college instruction specializing in student-athletes' experiences and the impact of structural forces and systemic racism on their lives. Amy holds two degrees from UC Berkeley – BA (Afro-American Studies/Social Sciences) and MA (Education – Cultural Studies of Sport in Education), and is a Board member and chair of the Education Committee for the Freedom Football League (FFL), a newly formed professional football league. Contact info: Book: How Do You See Us? Our Lived Realities of Being Viewed As a Threat Email LinkedIn Facebook Instagram HowDoYouSeeUs.com AmyNickerson.net Hardy Nickerson Former NCAA Power 5 Defensive Coordinator and Former NFL Assistant Coach. Retired NFL Player, was 5x Pro Bowler, 4x NFL All-Pro, 1990's NFL All-Decade Team. Highly Skilled Football Coach, Team Leader and Change Agent. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from UC Berkeley. Instagram Twitter
Logan Paul is rich. Floyd Mayweather is rich. Dana White is rich. You know who is not rich? Us. This Sun. night, June 6th, a great number of people purchased the $49.99 USD “BRAGGING RIGHTS” PPV showdown from SHOWTIME, with a main event showcasing the undefeated & retired Hall of Fame, 5-division Champ: boxing legend, Floyd Mayweather, returning to the ring for the 1st time in nearly 4 years to face social media giant, YouTuber/Boxer(?), Logan Paul, in an 8-Rd special exhibition match – where the rules were basically made up & the points didn't matter. The event streamed live from the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL- complete with rain! In the co-main event, Badou Jack (23-3-3, 13 KO) faced-off against replacement opponent Dervin Colina. Jack was supposed to fight Jean Pascal, who tested positive for 3 different steroids as well as EPO ahead of the bout & was removed. Also in action, was former NFL All-Pro star wide receiver, Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson, as he made his debut against Brian Maxwell in an additional exhibition bout, which opened the PPV event. MAYWEATHER VS LOGAN PAUL CARD: MAIN CARD – Showtime PPV Exhibition Match: Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul (8 3-min rds) Light Heavyweight: Badou Jack vs Dervin Colina Junior Middleweight: Jarret Hurd vs Luis Arias Contracted exhibition: Chad Johnson vs Brian Maxwell PRELIMS – YouTube Jean Torres vs Zack Kuhn Adrian Benton vs Pedro Cruz Micky Scala vs Adam Ramirez Viddal Riley vs Quintell Thompson Jalil Hackett vs Angelo Diaz Dorian Khan Jr. vs Jonathan Conde #MayweatherPaul went 8 full rounds, which based on the modified rules, means there was no official winner. The 2 men, however, both took home quite a chunk of show money. The undefeated Mayweather reportedly net around $100 mil, while the 26-yr-old Paul, who's had 1 pro fight on his record, was expected to take home around $20 mil. The exhibition match once again highlighted the huge disparity in fighter pay between boxing & MMA. Which is something our reigning UFC HW champ Francis N'Gannou decided to point out. “The Predator” went on Twitter & had this to say: "It's crazy to think that Logan Paul (0-1) just made $20M on a boxing exhibition. WHAT ARE WE DOING WRONG?
Join us for an audio recording of a LIVE ‘radio style' play-by-play broadcast of the MAYWEATHER VS LOGAN PAUL SHOWTIME PPV (pay-per-view) MAIN CARD which had LIVE updates, commentary, results & reactions, from around 8PM ET Sunday night, June 6th., 2021. We purchased the $49.99 USD “BRAGGING RIGHTS” PPV (pay-per-view) showdown from SHOWTIME, with a main event showcasing the undefeated and retired Hall of Fame, Five-division Champ: boxing legend, Floyd Mayweather, returning to the ring for the first time in nearly four years to face social media giant, YouTuber/Boxer(?), Logan Paul, in an 8-Round special exhibition match – where the rules were made up and the points didn't matter. The event was streamed live from the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida - in the rain - primarily on Showtime.com or the Showtime App. Join our podcast host, Matt Ryan, and his co-host, Brendan Sokler, recored LIVE from the YELLiNG! Studios in... New Jersey. They started to stream around 8PM/5PM ETPT, bringing you live RADIO-STYLE, PLAY-BY-PLAY COMMENTARY coverage in the audio player above of #MayweatherPaul or for the video broadcast of the show check it out on our Combat Culture YouTube Channel at: https://youtu.be/bbEqADR6zo0 In our co-main event, Badou Jack (23-3-3, 13 KO) faced-off against replacement opponent Dervin Colina. Jack was supposed to fight Jean Pascal, who tested positive for three different steroids as well as EPO ahead of the bout and was removed. Also in action, was former NFL All Pro star wide receiver, Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson, as he made his debut against Brian Maxwell in an additional exhibition bout, which opened the PPV event. Settle in with Matt & Brendan as they guide you through all of the face-punching goodness this card provided! MAYWEATHER VS LOGAN PAUL CARD: MAIN CARD – Showtime PPV | 8PM/5PM ETPT Exhibition Match: Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul (Eight three-minute rounds) Light Heavyweight: Badou Jack vs. Dervin Colina Junior Middleweight: Jarret Hurd vs. Luis Arias Contracted exhibition: Chad 'Ochocinco' Johnson vs. Brian Maxwell PRELIMS – YouTube | 5PM/2PM ETPT Jean Torres vs. Zack Kuhn Adrian Benton vs. Pedro Cruz Micky Scala vs. Adam Ramirez Viddal Riley vs. Quintell Thompson Jalil Hackett vs. Angelo Diaz Dorian Khan Jr. vs. Jonathan Conde Follow Bloody Elbow on Insta: @BloodyElbow, Twitter: @BloodyElbow, MMA Mania on Twitter: @MMAMania, Insta: @MMAMania, Matt Ryan on Twitter: @MRyanConsulting, & Brendan Sokler on Twitter: @BrendanSokler for the latest on MMA & Combat Sports happenings. Combat Culture YouTube Channel is a mixed martial arts/combat sports channel presented to you by SB Nation MMA websites https://bloodyelbow.com & https://mmamania.com; visit us on YT and give us a “thumbs up”, share & subscribe to get the latest in MMA News, Video Features, Live Play-by-Plays of UFC events, & More! Additional platforms authorized by SHOWTIME to offer the PPV event include: Adams Cable, ANTIETAM, Armstrong, AT&T U-Verse, Atlantic Broadband, ATMC, Blue Ridge, Blue Stream, Buckeye Broadband, CenturyLink, Cincinnati Bell, CLICK!, Comporium, COX, DIRECTV, DISH, EPB, FANMIO, FATHOM, FIDELITY, Frankfort Plant Board, FRONTIER, GCI Cable, GRANDE, GVTC, HARGRAY, HAWAIIAN TelCom, HTC, LAYER3 TV, T-Mobile T-Vision, LIBERTY, MCTV, MEDIACOM, METRONET, MTCO Communications, NEX-TECH, LLC, NORTHLAND, OPTIMUM, ORBITEL, RCN, Service Electric Broadband Cable, Service Electric Cable TV LeHigh Valley, Service Electric Cable TV Hunterdon, Service Electric Cable TV Wilkes-Barre, Service Electronic CableVision, SHENTEL, SLING, SPECTRUM, SUDDENLINK, TDS TeleCom, VERIZON FIOS, Vision Communications, VYVE Broadband, WAVE, WINDSTREAM, WOW, & XFINITY.
Chris and Rob debate if the Los Angeles Lakers are in deep trouble after falling behind 0-1 to the Phoenix Suns in round 1 of the NBA Playoffs, and tell us which teams they'd like to see Julio Jones traded to this offseason. Plus, former NFL All-Pro and Speak for Yourself on FS1 co-host Marcellus Wiley swings by to discuss the Los Angeles Clippers' 0-1 hole to the Dallas Mavericks, why it's 'NBA Finals of Bust' for the Clippers, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Chris and Rob debate if the Los Angeles Lakers are in trouble after they fell behind 0-1 to the Phoenix Suns in round 1 and Anthony Davis looked mostly horrible against Deandre Ayton, and tell us how impressive Phil Mickelson winning the PGA Championship at age 50 really is. Plus, former NFL All-Pro and Speak for Yourself on FS1 co-host Marcellus Wiley swings by to explain why he's not too worried about the Los Angeles Clippers being down 0-1 to the Dallas Mavericks, why it's NBA Finals or Bust for Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Earl Campbell - Being mean - Watching his daughter win an NCAA Volleyball National Championship - Raising kids - Kids and Pros Football Clinics - More! Always good catching up with former NFL All-Pro Linebacker - Buddy Curry! We had a lot to cover and he shared some great stories! Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends, and check out the website duringthebreakpodcast.com Please consider supporting the podast by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/duringthebreakpodcast This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
9 year NFL All-Pro kicker Mike Hollis joins the show to chat about how he transformed what he learned from his NFL career to helping young kickers in the game today. Mike also discusses stories from the 1990s Jaguars and shares the philosophies that helped him become a better pro.
FOX Sports Radio host Jonas Knox is in for Chris, and he and Rob debate whether or not Tom Brady should be really that upset about the NFL's new rule allowing skill positions to wear single digit jersey numbers, and explain why LeBron James should use his latest social media snafu as a teaching moment. Plus, former NFL All-Pro and 'Lights Out' podcast host Shawne Merriman swings by to discuss Brady's jersey issue, Logan and Jake Paul's impact on boxing, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Dale Earnhardt Jr. welcomes NFL All-Pro wide receiver Brandon Marshall onto the show for a conversation intertwining both athletes’ careers and lives after competing professionally. As two recently retired competitors, they answer whether or not they miss suiting up to play and race. Then Brandon expands upon the dynamics of playing wide receiver in the NFL and his mentality taking big hits and making big plays. What do football players compare themselves to in NASCAR? Hear the answer that surprises Dale Jr. and co-host Mike Davis. Could Brandon Marshall be on the comeback trail? He shares what position he would play if he tried to return. Plus, hear why he credits his strength that propelled him to great heights among all receivers. Life after stepping away from full-time competition is a critical juncture in an athlete’s life. Both Marshall and Earnhardt Jr. have recently faced that crossroads and emerged from it with new purpose. Brandon explains the moves he made before leaving the game that set up his post-career transition. Then, the two broadcasters touch upon what it took to make it in the TV world and how they approach criticizing their former competitors behind the microphone. Jay Cutler threw touchdowns to Marshall when he played for both the Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears. Mike asks Brandon whether the criticism Cutler receives is fair. Marshall provides insight into working with Cutler and how he impacted his life to this day. Plus, why he thought they could have won multiple Super Bowls together in Denver. When the duo reunited in Chicago, Marshall explains why they wanted to get back together and how divine intervention played a role in leading him to the Bears. Every athlete searches for advantages in their respective sport. Dale Jr. inquires about what professional football players do with their equipment to find an edge and how playing conditions impact their performance. After being diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder in 2011, Brandon has been transparent about his experience in an effort to help others with mental health. He shares his story with Dale Jr., including why he initially refused help, what he was like at his worst and the breakthroughs that allowed him to stop pointing the finger at others. The 2012 Pro Bowl MVP then talks about starting House of Athlete, where he’s helping other people with their mental fitness. Plus, its specific focus of working on the mental side of being an athlete. Hear how he broke the mental health stigma in the NFL and his hopes to see it further ingrained into the professional sports environment. Next comes a question we’ve all wanted an answer to – who are the biggest $hit talkers in the NFL? Hear Brandon’s unique response and how he describes the battle between receivers and defensive backs. Brandon’s legendary 21-reception game in 2009 is still an NFL record. He shares details about that game, why he didn’t realize what he was doing and how the feat almost fell short. In Ask Jr. Presented by Xfinity, Dale suggests what Richmond Raceway could do to improve the racing and shares his favorite Office characters and moments. Plus, the story of why he missed an opportunity to visit the set. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Antoine Winfield Jr. - Super Bowl champion with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers - drops by the Behind the Mask Podcast to talk with Takeo & Tutan about: Winning the Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers his rookie yearMeeting Tom Brady for the first time Chucking up the "deuces" to Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek HillHis relationship with his Father - former NFL All-Pro, Antoine Winfield Sr., If he was snubbed for the NFL Defensive Player of the Year for Chase Young (of the Washington Football Team). He tells it all on this Championship Edition of the BTM Podcast! Join Takeo & Tutan for Season 3, Episode 4 of Behind the Mask Podcast, voted the Best Sports Podcast by the Black Podcasting Awards in 2020. SUBSCRIBE & DOWNLOAD TODAY! https://linktr.ee/BehindTheMask
Catching up with former NFL All-Pro and Atlanta Falcon - Bobby Butler! Sharing stories from the NFL! Playing at Florida State - what was it like when Deon Sanders came into the league - What receiver was the hardest to cover - football then vs. now - life after football! PLUS - we talk Jerry Rice, Tim Brown, Deon Sanders, Mark Clayton, Earl Campbell - and more! Listen to my other podcast - stories of adventure in the great outdoors - plus tips, gear, and conservation: www.dayfirepodcast.com If you enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends, and check out the website duringthebreakpodcast.com Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/duringthebreakpodcast This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
Catching up with former NFL All-Pro and Atlanta Falcon - Buddy Curry! His mic wasn't the greatest - but the stories and conversation were! Stories from his time at North Carolina and the Falcons! Who was the hardest running back to tackle - game day in the NFL - life after football - Kids and Pros Football Camps/Clinics - PLUS - LT, Roger Craig, Walter Payton, Eric Dickerson, Russ Grimm, Art Shell, Gerald Riggs, Steve Bartkowski, Earl Campbell - and more! Listen to my other podcast - stories of adventure in the great outdoors - plus tips, gear, and conservation: www.dayfirepodcast.com If you enjoyed this episode please share it with your friends, and check out the website duringthebreakpodcast.com Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/duringthebreakpodcast This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
This week on a special #BlackHistoryMonth episode of #MaxOutTime: 2016 NFL All-Pro and Raiders single-season leader in punting yards, Marquette King, discusses his desire to return to the NFL after more than two years. Marquette, who last played for the XFL’s St. Louis Battlehawks in 2020 and the NFL’s Denver Broncos in 2018, is one of five Black kickers or punters to ever play in the league. I asked the trailblazer about Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), and Marquette also paid homage to punters like Greg Coleman who paved the way for him to thrive at the highest level. In addition to the gridiron, the renaissance man details how he transferred his All-Pro mindset to music and achieved more than a million Spotify streams in one year. Please follow Marquette’s journey @MarquetteKing on social media. This episode was previously recorded on Monday, February 15th, 2021. Want to make sure you don’t miss an episode? Sign up to get our email updates at https://linktr.ee/MaxOutTimeWithAJII You’ll get every episode, exclusive bonus content, and free guides straight to your inbox every week. VISIT MAX OUT TIME ON: Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/MaxOutTime/ Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/max_out_time_with_aj_ii/ Twitter | https://twitter.com/maxouttime_ajii Website | www.maxouttimewithajii.com
Frank has just completed his 3rd year in the NFL as a center for the Detroit Lions. After the 2020 season he was selected to the Pro Bowl and the All-Pro teams. He is widely considered one of the top Offensive Lineman in the League. He is from Victoria, MN and attended Chanhassen High School. He chose to play college football at the University of Arkansas over the likes of Florida State and Ohio St. He talks about why the Razorbacks was the best fit for him. After a tremendous college career he was selected in the 1st Rd of the 2018 NFL Draft to the Detroit Lions. He shares a Draft Day story that has never been told before. He shares his thoughts on his relationship with Matthew Stafford and the recent trade. Frank is a true Minnesotan and will always call Minnesota home. He is someone we can all rally behind because of the way he approaches his life with humility and perspective. And please give his YouTube channel a follow- Grizzly Man Outdoors. Things get very real in my conversation with Frank and I appreciate him being Unrestricted.Thank you to:www.pickandshovelwear.com Promo Code LEBER for 20% off your first orderwww.wexford-harbour.com/unrestrictedwww.douglasandtodd.com
Quirk, Doc, and NFL All-Pro running back Michael Turner break down the upcoming Super Bowl between the Chiefs and Bucs from upstairs at Rosati's. They also discuss the implications on Tampa area strip clubs, what foods each state Googled most for the game last year, if there should be a federal holiday on Monday, and more.
On today's episode, Jason takes Tony Romo to task for saying in a conference call that the upcoming Super Bowl is a 'legacy' game for Patrick Mahomes. Has Romo not been following football the past 3 years? Mahomes has easily been arguably the quarterback since he became a starter, and he's already making his second Super Bowl appearance. Mahomes is only getting better; he's going to be a fixture in the Super Bowl for a long time. Sticking in the NFL, apparently Ben Roethlisberger is willing to take a pay cut so he can play for the Pittsburgh Steelers for one more season. It's understandable why Big Ben would want to come back, but are we sure that's the right move for Pittsburgh? He looks washed, and the best move might be to just tell him to kick rocks. Finally, Jason shares a quick thought on the reports that Deshaun Watson has formally requested a trade out of Houston. If the Texans think they can play hard ball with their disgruntled quarterback, they're in for a rude awakening. Plus, former NFL All-Pro safety Kerry Rhodes swings by to explain why if he were running the New York Jets he'd be willing to give up whatever it takes to get Deshaun Watson via trade, why he sympathizes with Watson given the way he was treated by the Houston Texans front office, why he loves the idea that the NBA's Player Empowerment Movement is coming to the NFL, what it was like playing for the Jets during the infamous Rex Ryan era and why things ended poorly for him there, why he thinks it's imperative for the Baltimore Ravens to create a more diverse scheme that can help Lamar Jackson develop as a passer, why he expects Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs to win the Super Bowl, what it's like playing pickup basketball with guys like Russell Westbrook, Common and Jason Terry in the offseason, why he's hoping and praying that his beloved Dallas Mavericks are able to make a trade that would pair Bradley Beal with Luka Doncic, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Chris and Rob debate whether or not the recently retired Philip Rivers is a Hall of Fame quarterback, and discuss the uncertainty surrounding Patrick Mahomes' health heading into this weekend's AFC Championship game. Plus, former All-Pro LB and host of the 'Lights Out' podcast Shawne Merriman swings by to discuss Rivers' HOF candidacy. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Welcome to Episode 137 of the Not An Athlete Podcast! Today i discuss the NFL All-Pro teams, some serious injuries in the NBA and i recap NFL Super Wild Card Weekend and the matchups for the Divisional Round. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEBZ33eL8Jm3AM_Jh0pr0xgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/notanathletepodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/notanathletepod
0:00 NFL Super Wild Card Weekend. 12:11 The word is out on how to beat the Nuggets. 22:12 Remembering Dodgers legend, Tommy Lasorda. Plus, other franchises where the coach/manager is one of the most notable figures in their history. 34:53 The 2020 NFL All-Pro teams were announced and Garett Bolles is the lone Bronco selected to a team.
Max And Juan Both Picked Their Own All-Pro Teams 1st And 2nd. NOT THE OFFICIAL AP THIS IS IN OUR OPINION WHO DERSERVED IT. ENJOY! . . . FOLLOW US Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0H6fQ9amPdrtMBQau9h3xT?si=mPJv1K7pSYyZcrvl4m8Fzw Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/max-juancast/id1542104182 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/max_juancast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Max_JuanCast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRBshgjD6QSneIJZbwQKQkg?view_as=subscriber --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this episode of the Lights Out Podcast, Shawne and Lorenzo Neal discuss how they came up with the "Brother-In-Law" Rule. Shawne tells a story about how he wanted to fight boxing legend James "Lights Out" Toney over the Lights Out name. And the guys go down memory lane about the Chargers and how competitive they were with one another. SUBSCRIBE HERE TO LIGHTS OUT w/ SHAWNE MERRIMAN >>> https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lights-out-with-shawne-merriman/id1531749581 Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On this episode of the Lights Out Podcast, Shawne and Lorenzo Neal discuss how they came up with the "Brother-In-Law" Rule. Shawne tells a story about how he wanted to fight boxing legend James "Lights Out" Toney over the Lights Out name. And the guys go down memory lane about the Chargers and how competitive they were with one another. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Click here to subscribe directly to the Lights Out with Shawne Merriman podcast! On this episode of the Lights Out Podcast, Shawne and Lorenzo Neal discuss how they came up with the "Brother-In-Law" Rule. Shawne tells a story about how he wanted to fight boxing legend James "Lights Out" Toney over the Lights Out name. And the guys go down memory lane about the Chargers and how competitive they were with one another. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Arian Foster (former NFL All-Pro running back, current Twitch/YouTube streamer and hip-hop artist) joins the show to let us know what can happen when you criticize an NFL legend on Twitter, even if you're an NFL All-Pro yourself. The episode discussion gets serious for a minute when we get into Arian's post-NFL career, as we chat about sitting down and talking to people you fundamentally disagree with, how giving pep talks changes with age, and the weirdness of being a philosophy major in the NFL. But as usual, the Blocked Boys also find time to mess around as we talk Valorant, e-Sports, Tito Ortiz, the Voter Fraud Hotline, fantasy football, Toy Story, and Arian's new life as a Dungeons & Dragons player. If you need some more pep talks from the Blocked Boys, you can go to https://patreon.com/blockedparty and donate to the show. $5/month gets you access to THREE bonus episodes and ONE live show every single month. This week, we'll be dropping Trivia Party 3 with two excellent guests and we just released a fantastic mailbag with fan favourite Grace Spelman. And speaking of Dungeons & Dragons, the exciting conclusion of our D&D series with Jamie Loftus and Branson Reese comes this month, as we see if we can manage to recover the sneakers in time to save Eddie Fastlane's life. It's all there, plus our entire back catalogue, newsletters, and a wonderful Discord, so check it out! Arian Foster raps under the name Bobby Feeno and his latest, "A Late February", is available everywhere you get your music. He can be found on Twitch at https://twitch.tv/bobbyfeeno and on YouTube at https://youtube.com/bobbyfeeno. He's also on Twitter at @ArianFoster.
Fresh off his third career 200-yard rushing game, HEISMAN trophy winner and NFL All-Pro, DERRICK HENRY stopped by the podcast to give some insight on what it’s like being on the most underrated 0-5 team in the league, preparing to face off against the undefeated STEELERS. Also, RYAN TANNEHILL for MVP? Well, MVP candidate Derrick Henry thinks so. Speaking of MVP, the star running back gives some insight on how the late-great KOBE BRYANT keeps him motivated. In WIT IT or QUIT IT, we ask the important questions like, “did TUA-TIME come too early?” And did you know RYAN FITZPATRICK went to Harvard? PLUS, could the COWBOYS actually NOT win the dreaded NFC East? HIGH KEY the PATRIOTS lost to the BRONCOS…LOW KEY they’ve practiced twice in 2 weeks, calm down. Also, the PACKERS have an issue and TREVOR LAWRENCE may be a JET. Plus, which team is the NFL’s best? This week in the CULTURE REPORT, T and JOY can’t wait for BEYONCE’s new IVY PARK and ADDIDAS collection. Plus, in TV news, I Know What You Did Last Summer is getting a series. We’re unsure how to feel about it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode, Jason shares his thoughts on the Los Angeles Lakers' demolition of the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. But more than that, he explains how a series of moves and a culture built around superstar LeBron James has put them in position to win the NBA championship. Jason also explains why the foot injury to Heat guard Goran Dragic could be the proverbial nail in the coffin to Miami's hopes of coming back at all in this series. Later, former NFL All-Pro and host of the 'Lights Out' podcast Shawne Merriman swings by to explain why he would've had a hard time adhering to the NFL's strict COVID-19 measures if they were in place when he was playing, why he thinks that Matt Ryan of the Atlanta Falcons could be the most overrated and Joe Burrow could be the most underrated quarterback in the League, how he ultimately got the nickname 'Lights Out', and much more! Finally, Jason uses his head - and his heart - to explain why he's picking the New York Jets to cover in the Thursday Night Football edition of the Best Bet. Click here to subscribe and download all of the latest Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Sully and Bogey visit Orchard Lake Country Club to chat with former Green Bay Packer and Detroit Lions lineman, TJ Lang. They had a great conversation about local golf and also talked some football too. Who's the better golfer: Matthew Stafford or Aaron Rodgers? As always, thank you for listening! Please make sure to Rate, Share and Subscribe. It's the only way we'll all continue to grow. Also don't forget to text MDG to 545454 for special updates and happenings. Our presenting partner is Hall Financial, accompanied by Tri-Covery Massage and Flexibility. This podcast is executively produced by Brand25 Media LLC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker! Chris and Rob debate whether or not Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic is the greatest 20-year-old player in NBA history, and explain why the NCAA's decision to cancel the Division 2 and Division 3 college football championships - but leave the Division 1 level TBD - is proof that this whole thing is all about money. Plus, former NFL All-Pro safety Eric Weddle stops by to explain why he's such a big fan of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com