Chris and Rob explain why they'd like to see the rest of the Washington Football Team investigation made public after a handful of derogatory e-mails led to the firing of Jon Gruden, and discuss if the Houston Astros being back in the ALCS is actually good for baseball. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller swings by to share his thoughts on Gruden, the fallout around the rest of the League, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Marc Ross joined Zach to discuss if the Steelers should consider pulling the plug on Ben Roethlisberger and if Urban Meyer can recover from the embarrassing video that went viral over the weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris and Rob debate whose regular season you'd rather have: Aaron Judge (and his road the postseason) or Shohei Ohtani (and this presumptive AL MVP), and tell us if Michigan Wolverines football being back in the top-10 is really a big deal. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller swings by to share his thoughts on all the biggest headlines around the League. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Chris and Rob discuss Kyrie Irving's hesitancy to get the COVID vaccination and tell us if the Brooklyn Nets may need to consider moving on from given that city ordinances say he can't play in Nets home games without the vaccine, and tell us why they fully expect Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to roll over the Patriots in his return to New England. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller swings by to discuss what went wrong for the Eagles, why Matt Nagy deserves blame for Justin Fields' ugly debut, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Chris and Rob share their thoughts on the Dallas Cowboys blowout victory over the Philadelphia Eagles and explain why their opinions of the Cowboys haven't changed for better or worse the last two weeks, and discuss the possibility that Shohei Ohtani might leave the Angels if they don't start winning in the next year or two. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller swings by to discuss what went wrong for the Eagles, why Matt Nagy deserves blame for Justin Fields' ugly debut, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Chris and Rob discuss whether or not the Philadelphia 76ers should give in to Ben Simmons and trade him or fine him repeatedly until he reports to the team, and tell us if Los Angeles Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka should let it slide that Carmelo Anthony thinks LeBron James is the team's real GM. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller swings by to discuss why the Los Angeles Chargers rarely seem to play up to expectations, Aaron Rodgers' impressive performance on Monday Night Football, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Chris and Rob debate whether Vlad Guerrero Jr (Triple Crown candidate) or Shohei Ohtani (Two-way star) is most deserving of the American League MVP award, and discuss if Carmelo Anthony really needs a ring to solidify his Hall of Fame candidacy. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller swings by to share his thoughts on all the biggest headlines to come out of Week 1. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On this week's SeventySix Capital Leadership Series, Wayne Kimmel interviews Michael Lombardi, former NFL general manager, three-time Super Bowl winner, and host of The Lombardi Line on VSiN, The Sports Betting Network. Lombardi was an executive in the NFL for over 30 years with the San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles, Oakland Raiders, and New England Patriots. He worked with a number of the NFL greats including Bill Walsh, Joe Montana, Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and Al Davis. Lombardi is also the author of Gridiron Genius: A Master Class in Winning Championships and Building Dynasties in the NFL. Tune in to find out more!
Chris and Rob discuss if Rasheed Wallace is out of line for suggesting that LeBron James would merely be able to 'hold his own' if he played in the 90s, and tell us why Amari Cooper is dead wrong when he says that he's the best wide receiver in the NFL. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller swings by to discuss which quarterbacks are under the most pressure entering the season, why Sean McVay better hope that the Matthew Stafford gamble pays off, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
FOX Sports Radio Weekend host Ephraim Salaam is in for Rob, and he and Chris discuss why NFL teams with unvaccinated quarterbacks are playing a very dangerous game as the regular season approaches, and tell us what Lakers fans can expect from Rajon Rondo in his return to Los Angeles. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller swings by to discuss the Deshaun Watson saga in Houston, the quarterback battles in New England and San Francisco, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Former Pro Bowl wide receiver TJ Houshmandzadeh and FOX Sports Radio weekend host Aaron Torres are in for Chris and Rob, and the guys discuss whether or not Dak Prescott needs to play in the preseason, if the Seattle Seahawks overpaid for Jamal Adams, and how the NFL's vaccination protocols could impact players in the locker room. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller swings by to share his thoughts on Dak, the vaccine mandate, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Chris and Rob share their thoughts on Josh Allen's massive contract extension with the Buffalo Bills and tell us if they'd be willing to give Lamar Jackson a similar deal, and explain why Ohio State-Michigan isn't a real college football rivalry anymore. Plus, FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst and former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller swings by to share his thoughts on Allen and Jackson, what Patrick Mahomes' contract did to the quarterback market, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Sean and Josh talk about Nipsey Hustle's impact on society, creating Diversity is Dope and his goals for the brand (0:00), emotional and rational decision making, moving west, dad worries with picking schools and providing opportunities, his experience teaching (34:31), bowling being fun, paralysis by analysis when designing, a 4 year degree taking him 9 years to get, being a D2 football player (1:20:00), building a brand from the ground up, and his “Best 1st for Last” 1st time driving hitting a curb and his Step-Mother Esther showing why she is so AMAZING!!!! (2:14:49) Get 2 Know more about Josh https://www.instagram.com/_diversityisdope/ Follow the Getting 2 Know U Pod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook Help the Getting 2 Know U Pod upgrade our recording and sound equipment through our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/getting2knowupod Support the Getting 2 Know U Pod by SUBSCRIBING, RATING, AND REVIEWING when you listen: Apple: Spotify: Podbean:
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Chris and Rob share their thoughts on Team USA Basketball's loss to France in Olympic pool play and tell us the biggest reason why they've struggled so much under Greg Popovich, explain why it's hard to envision Trevor Bauer in a Dodgers uniform ever again and tell us how his situation differs from the Deshaun Watson situation with the Texans. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller swings by to discuss the Aaron Rodgers negotiations, why he doesn't expect to see Deshaun Watson this upcoming NFL season, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Chris and Rob share their thoughts on Team USA Basketball's loss to France in Olympic pool play and tell us the biggest reason for their poor play recently, and go head-to-head in this week's edition of Sources Say. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller swings by to discuss the Aaron Rodgers negotiations, why he doesn't expect to see Deshaun Watson this upcoming NFL season, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
So much good stuff here from Mike Lombardi: It's so rare that you get an NFL Executive/Insider to be honest and genuine. Lombardi is the real deal! This is a must listen!!! *His famous comment about Doug Pederson being the least prepared head coach he could remember *Jalen Hurts *Nick Sirianni *The Sixers culture *And of course...the Sopranos --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
13:25 - Nationals: analysis of a 6-3 win over the Miami Marlins and react to Mike Rizzo's comments on the Starlin Castro situation and on how the Nats are approaching the July 30 MLB Trade Deadline 43:16 - Guest: former NFL executive Joe Banner on the Washington Football Team - the outcome of the Beth Wilkinson investigation, Ron Rivera's culture overhaul, Washington signing Ryan Fitzpatrick, modern roster construction and more 59:38 - Washington Football Team: the top three training-camp questions for Washington at running back 01:13:13 - Capitals: five takeaways from who the Caps did and did not protect for the expansion draft for the Seattle Kraken 01:24:07 - Orioles: thoughts on John Means struggling in a 9-3 loss at the Tampa Bay Rays in his return from a left-shoulder strain, including a key point about how the rebuilding O's should think about Means Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Former NBA big man Ryan Hollins is in for Rob, and he and Chris debate whether or not Aaron Rodgers is wrong for refusing to verbally commit to the Green Bay Packers one way or the other, and tell us one pitfall that could come out of Name Image and Likeness. Plus, former NFL executive of the year Randy Mueller swings by to share his thoughts on NIL, the Aaron Rodgers Saga in Green Bay, and much more! Later, the Odd Couple Callers deliver another award-winning edition of Trash Talk. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
NFL Executive, Speaker, and Author Chanelle S Reynolds join Renee to discuss her work in the NFL, NBA and also using her work as an author and speaker to inspire and empower. Subscribe and listen to a new episode of Beyond the Headlines with Renee Washington each week! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bthwithrw/support
Randy Mueller, former NFL Executive of the Year explains why this year is big for the Seahawks' quarterback. Cal Raleigh continues to rake in Tacoma. So how soon until we see him at T-Mobile Park. Texts to 49451 are fired up for a Monday. Softy joins the show as we relive the US Open at Chambers Bay.
Why are the Packers still making public comments about Aaron Rodgers if they are still looking to repair that relationship? l How much better does Julio Jones make the Titans? l Did the Falcons get enough in return? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this cross-sport conversation, Slappin' Glass sits down with ex-NFL Executive and Owner of the highly popular "Daily Coach" leadership site, Mike Lombardi. The trio dive into the areas of Problem-Solving vs. Critical Decisions, how to find answers to tough questions, building the culture of great staffs, having crucial conversations, and talk about the value of Mr. Miyagi during the always fun "Start, Sub, or Sit?!". For for more information on this podcast, as well as our brand new Slappin' Glass Plus learning platform visit our website HERE.
Former NFL Executive of the year joins Amy to discuss the NFL schedule release, the Rodgers news out of Green Bay and what we could expect in the first year of the 17 game Schedule Plus much more See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trevor Lawrence probably can't save the Jaguars. In fact, the highest-drafted QBs almost never win Super Bowls for their original teams. #NFLDraft scouts and experts? They get HALF of their most important picks wrong. Which is why, after 5 years in the NFL, high draft picks are just as likely to be out of football as they are to be in the Pro Bowl. The NFL Draft is one big myth. No wonder a former NFL Executive of the Year called the process "completely broken." Luckily, the Flems are here to give you the rare, straight Tea on what's about to go down in Cleveland. Mainly, that because of group think, useless metrics (like QB hand size) and the usual lack of creativity and diversity, the NFL could actually learn a thing or two from #UGA sororities on how to successfully select future members.
Former Pro Bowl wide receiver and FOX Sports Radio weekend host TJ Houshmandzadeh is in for Chris, and he and Rob explain why Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray doesn't deserve to have a say in who the team decides to take in the NFL Draft, and tell us why more sports fans should pay attention to what Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim star Shohei Ohtani is doing to start the season. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller swings by to explain why he has an issue with the way the San Francisco 49ers have handled the draft process thus far and share his thoughts on a few of the top prospects available. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Season 3 Episode 6 is with former NFL Executive & GM, Randy Mueller who has worked with the Seahawks, Saints, Dolphins, and Chargers. We talk all things draft! 8:41 Welcome & Remembering Cortez Kennedy 19:05 Randy Mueller's Career Path 24:26 Assistant Coaches & Their Role in Scouting 27:30 Using Mock Drafts in the Process 31:40 Trade Deal Fallout 34:02 Judging Personality Based on Interviews 35:56 2021 Picks Worth Less Because of COVID? 38:10 Edge Rushers Are Hard to Predict 40:44 Lines Blurred Between 3-4 & 4-3? 49:54 Guy from 2021 Draft Class in HOF? 53:21 Ranking the Top 5 QBs in this Class 58:18 Isolating Scouts to Decrease Debate 1:02:06 Most Important Part of Evaluation Process 1:05:46 Info to Disclose when Trading Up/Down 1:09:11 Deals Leading Up to Draft Day 1:11:16 Teams Backing Out of Deals 1:13:32 Psychological Warfare Between Teams 1:16:09 Craziest Draft Day Decision 1:17:59 When Does 2022 Draft Prep Start? 1:19:53 Building a Team - Top Defensive Pick? 1:21:07 Randy Mueller's Contact Info & Other Work Follow Randy Mueller on Twitter @RandyMueller_ and Coach Vass @CoachVass, and the podcast's account @MDGAPodcast, as well as the new offensive podcast, @RunVassOption. Come join us on Twitter to discuss the episode! To see the new Coach Vass Football YouTube Page www.youtube.com/coachvassfootball To join the Coach Vass Football Patreon, go to www.patreon.com/CoachVass If you can't remember all of those, just remember this one! www.linktree.com/coachvass Visit the website at www.coachvass.com to view more information on the podcast, the link to his YouTube channel, CoachTube videos, Patreon, Pop-Up Clinics, blog posts, and articles from Coach Vass, as well links to join Coach Vass' email list, and a form to contact him for off-season consulting. COACH VASS' COACHTUBE BUNDLE https://coachtube.com/course/football/defending-the-wing-t-offense/13071590?track=e6ca5c01b8f475480705ac0999692d1d “DEFENDING THE WING-T OFFENSE” BY COACH VASS https://coachtube.com/bundles/f-the-coronavirus-clinic-bundle-special?ambassador=c889183008ae4f3d9f43bba39 COACH VASS' COACHTUBE COURSE OF THE WEEK: Q&A with Nick Saban by LFCA Louisiana Football Coaches Association https://coachtube.com/course/football/q-a-with-nick-saban/13890991 For more information on the brand new Hudl Focus Outdoor Hands-Free Camera, check it out here: www.hudl.com/coachvass SPONSOR LINKS: www.hudl.com www.coachtube.com
FanSided's NFL Insider Matt Lombardo hosts the 2000 NFL Executive of The Year, Randy Mueller, to get his thoughts on Trevor Lawrence, the top quarterbacks in the 2021 NFL Draft, as well as his thoughts on the class's top players and Penn State defensive end Shaka Toney explains his pre-draft journey, all that and more! For 15% off, please visit https://earthechofoods.com/minutemedia and use code MINUTE15 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Falcons and Eagles executive Joe Banner joins the Doug Gottlieb Show with his predictions for the first round of the upcoming NFL Draft. FSR Legal Analyst Amy Dash stops by to make sense of all the latest from the Deshaun Watson investigation and the newly formed Super League! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Bonus episode with Paul Epstein who is a 15 year veteran in the professional sports industry as an executive. He shares his experiences in sports and how it led him to write his new book, "The Power of Playing Offense, A Leader's Playbook For Personal and Team Transformation." LINKS: instagram:https://www.instagram.com/paulepsteinspeaks/ ( @paulepsteinspeaks) linkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulepsteinspeaks (Paul Epstein) website: https://paulepsteinspeaks.com/ (www.paulepsteinspeaks.com) RESOURCES: www.atgridiron.com
Chris and Rob discuss if top-flight players like Gonzaga's Jalen Suggs earned more money from their exposure in the NCAA Tournament than if they had played in the G-League, and give you up-to-the-minute reaction to the Gonzaga-Baylor national championship game. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller swings by to share his thoughts on the New York Jets' decision to trade Sam Darnold to the Carolina Panthers. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Hour 1 of a Monday on OverDrive with Bryan Hayes, Jeff O'Neill & Jamie McLennan as the guys get into a tough weekend of Toronto sports for both the Leafs and Raptors. We also get into Justin Thomas' victory at The Players Championship & longtime NFL Executive and former GM Randy Mueller joins us to chat about Drew Brees retirement and how close he was to bringing him to the Dolphins before he signed in New Orleans
Arby's has the meats, but Jordy Culotta has the guests! We start with Jim Nagy to discuss his Reese's Senior Bowl taking on new heights, and what the LSU Tigers did to stand out in Mobile during the Bowl practices. We switch to the hardwood, as ith the most decorated High School basketball coach in Louisiana, Carlos Sample of Scotlandville joins us. He talks about his incredible run with the Hornets, which looks to make its 12th appearance in the State Championship game. Big Daddy Cain gives us the goods on LSU Baseball's W last night, as the Tigers' recruiting coordinator watched LSU take down Texas Southern 10-4 behind a strong pitching performance from Ma'Khail Hillard. Much like Chef Jean Paul Bourgeois profession, you never know until you try it. Unfortunately for us, the recipe was all wrong for our video chat. So we punt on that and ring him the old fashion way. He talks about his YouTube show, Duck Camp Dinners. He also answers your cooking questions and his favorite recipes to use for the boys. The newest addition to the CJC Media Network, and host of The GritIron Show, Whitney Breaux comes by to do her weekly Woman Crush Wednesdays. She also tells us what's on the horizon for her show, which airs every Friday after The Jordy Culotta Show. We wrap up with the 2000 NFL Executive of the Year and CEO of MuellerFootball.com, Randy Mueller! The former Saints GM explains what teams are doing to prepare for the draft, we get his thoughts on the Russell Wilson situation in Seattle, and more!
Chris and Rob discuss if the Pittsburgh Steelers will regret bringing back Ben Roethlisberger for the 2021 season, debate if Joe Montana was just being nice when he conceded that Tom Brady was the GOAT, and take Syracuse head basketball coach Jim Boeheim to task for his treatment of the media. Plus, former NFL executive of the year Randy Mueller swings by to explain why he thinks the Seahawks have no choice but to repair the Russell Wilson-Pete Carroll relationship, why he thinks the Steelers made a mistake with Big Ben, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this episode of the Gunn On One podcast, D. Gunn sits down with current NFL Executive VP of Football Operations & Former Philadelphia Eagle, Troy Vincent. The fellas go back and look over a memorable NFL season, and where they see the league going in the future. You don't want to miss this one!! Follow Gunn On One on social: Twitter - https://twitter.com/GunnOnOne Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gunnonone/ Follow Derrick Gunn on social: Twitter - https://twitter.com/RealDGunn On the web: gunnonone.com
Former GM and Executive of the Year Scott Pioli stops by to tell Michael Robinson and Brian Billick about being a part of a group that convinced former Ravens owner Art Modell to draft Jonathan Ogden over what would have been a draft bust (1:30). Coach Billick and Pioli then share what they learned working alongside Ozzie Newsome (5:20), and the importance of being truthful to owners during sometimes uncomfortable conversations (6:30). Scott then explains why he didn't need to be on the practice field in order to do his job evaluating players (9:25), instead he took a page out of Bill Parcells' book to get to know players in the weight room (15:15). Then Pioli reflects on how he dealt with outside noise and criticism throughout the years when things weren't going well (16:30). Finally, Billick and Pioli examine the shifting power structure in the NFL and bridging the gap between the on the field and the business side of team operations (20:10). This prompts Billick to tell a story about Bill Walsh firing and then rehiring most of the staff to teach them a lesson of who's in charge (23:10). NFL Total Access: The Locker Room is part of the NFL Podcasts Network.
FOX Sports Radio weekend host Bernie Fratto is in for Chris, and he and Rob explain why the Jacksonville Jaguars should trade the #1 pick (Trevor Lawrence) for Deshaun Watson, and tells us why the Seattle Seahawks should trade seemingly disgruntled quarterback Russell Wilson. Plus, former NFL executive of the year Randy Mueller swings by to share his thoughts on Watson vs Lawrence, the Chris Doyle hire in Jacksonville, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
What does a former NFL Executive of the Year think of the Matthew Stafford / Jared Goff trade? Would he have done it? How should the Houston GM handle the Deshaun Watson situation? Randy Mueller joins the Athletic's Mike Sando for their weekly dive into the nitty gritty of NFL front offices. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
-The Rams trading for Stafford is all about trusting Sean McVay -People will argue if Mahomes beats Brady then he is the GOAT -Matt Stafford wanted no part of being traded to the Patriots -Where Colin was right, where Colin was wrong Guests: Scott Pioli, 5x NFL Executive of the Year Peter Schrager, FOX Sports NFL Insider Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Paul Dehner Jr. and Jay Morrison update everyone on recent Bengals news, including Geno Atkins being placed on the injured reserve. The guys discuss what's next for Atkins, and detail Cincinnati's unfulfilled return on investment from their last free agent class. A fist for HTPG: ANGRY Steelers stats, but don't worry, they're still a little sad. Paul welcomes former NFL Executive of the Year and co-host of The Athletic's 'Football GM Podcast', Randy Mueller, to provide perspective on an array on Bengals-related topics, including: coaching cohesion, dearth of trades and more. Next, The Athletic's Pittsburgh Steelers wordsmith Mark Kaboly shares his insight into the AFC North-leader's season. What gives with the slump? Is Ben Roethlisberger's deep ball wavering? Could we, conceivably, see a new QB next season, and how much does this defense miss Bud Dupree? Lastly, RPB and Growler time, baby! Rundown: (:30) Bengals waiting for return on investments (14:30) Angry Steelers stats (20:30) Randy Mueller on GM perspective (27:30) Mark Kaboly shares Steelers insight (44:30) RPB, Growler Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Jay on Twitter: @JayMorrisonATH Follow Randy Mueller on Twitter: @RandyMueller_ Follow Mark Kaboly on Twitter: @MarkKaboly Get a subscription, give a subscription! Visit: theathletic.com/hearthatpodcastgrowlin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eagles Brawl presents another edition of The Kelly Green Show. In this episode, Football Kelly was joined by former NFL executive and columnist for Sports Illustrated, Andrew Brandt. The two discussed Carson Wentz's long-term future with the Philadelphia Eagles among many other topics.Eagles Brawl of The Brawl Network is dedicated to bringing you nonstop coverage on the Philadelphia EaglesFootball is here and so is your shot at millions! Thanks to our partnership with DraftKings, all new players can play free for millions with your first deposit!Create a DFS account with DraftKings and put in a minimum deposit of $5, then DraftKings will credit your account with a FREE entry to contests! Go to dkng.co/BrawlPod to play for your chance to win MILLIONS!Go to Manscaped.com and get 20% off of your order + free shipping by using promo code: BRAWL at checkout! #ManscapedPod
Jason opens things up with a quick reaction to the Los Angeles Rams suffocating victory over the New England Patriots. The Patriots appear set to miss the playoffs for the first time since 2008, but more importantly, the Rams look like arguably the most complete team in the NFC. In fact, you can see shades of the Kansas City Chiefs with how varied and explosive their offense is. Later, former NFL Executive of the Year and The Athletic podcast host Randy Mueller swings by to explain why he's not surprised by the Miami Dolphins' quick turnaround from last year to this year, why the authenticity of Brian Flores and Joe Judge is the biggest reason why they've been able to buck the trend of failed Bill Belichick disciples, why it's so important for the front office and the head coach to be aligned on the type of team they're trying to build - which is the biggest reason why the Cleveland Browns are thriving and the Dallas Cowboys are floundering, how Nick Saban was able to bring the best out of him as an executive when the two were together with the Dolphins, why's pessimistic that Jim Harbaugh will be back in the NFL next season but optimistic about the return of Marvin Lewis, why he's been a little surprised to see Andy Reid disciples Matt Nagy and Doug Pederson struggle so much the past seasons, why John Elway's decision not to draft Josh Allen was so shocking to him, and much more! Finally, Jason closes the show with another multi-pack edition of the Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Chris and Rob discuss if Baker Mayfield's recent string of impressive performances, capped off by his 4 touchdown game against the Titans, proves that he's the Cleveland Browns' quarterback of the future, and explain why Russell Wilson is destined to finish yet another season without an MVP vote. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year and The Athletic podcast host Randy Mueller swings by to share his thoughts on Mayfield, Carson Wentz, and much more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Brand Strategist, Entrepreneur and NFL Executive for the Washington Football team, Chanelle S. Reynolds, discusses the duality of being a black woman in sports, how she's maneuvered through pro sports as a millennial and the key to her sustained success as an executive with the Washington Football team. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Scott Pioli discusses the state of diversity and inclusion in the NFL, why he's personally given back to HBCU’s, the impact athletes and sports had leading up to the 2020 U.S. Election, and how athletes can continue growing their influence on issues beyond their sport.
"Tanking doesn't exist." You heard it here from former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller. What is his logic? Our own Mike Sando joins Randy for their weekly talk through all the front office chatter around the league, from Seattle's struggles to who could be up for coach of the year, what the Browns should do with Baker Mayfield and so much more. Get access to The Athletic for $1 a week at theathletic.com/footballgm Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker! FOX Sports Radio weekend hosts Jason McIntyre and Geoff Schwartz are in for the guys, and the men explain why they believe the Dallas Cowboys in the locker room may be even worse than their problems on the field, and tell us why they were confused by the Miami Dolphins' decision to bench Ryan Fitzpatrick in favor of Tua Tagovailoa. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller swings by to explain what the Bucs were thinking when they decided to sign Antonio Brown, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The Mayor of Maple Valley Open was cancelled this year, but Georgetown Brewing has stepped up with the release of a beer with all proceeds going to support Hilinski's Hope, The Avery Huffman Defeat DIPG Foundation, and the Jordan Morris Foundation. Matt and Mat from Georgetown join the show to unveil The Mayor IPA. We get back to sports, talking football with former NFL executive Randy Mueller. Today's Something Good, is of course Georgetown's new hazy IPA, now available for a limited time.
It's The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker! Chris and Rob explain what - if anything - LeBron James can do to surpass Michael Jordan as the GOAT, and Super Producer Rob G swings by to make the case for LeBron. Plus, former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller swings by to take the New York Jets to task for their mismanagement of the Le'Veon Bell situation, explain why Dak Prescott should have a ton of suitors even if the Dallas Cowboys decide to move on, and much more! Finally, the Odd Couple callers deliver another award-winning edition of Trash Talk! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The Athletic's Mike Sando and former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller are excited to bring their decades of league experience to a brand new podcast. In the debut episode, the two dive into the new record-breaking deal for Jalen Ramsey, why the Cowboys are overrated headed into the season, what Jadeveon Clowney's true value is, why Deshaun Watson & Bill O'Brien worked out an extension, plus the debut of the 'Ask the GM' segment.Sign up for The Athletic for only $1 a month with our link - theathletic.com/footballgm Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
5x NFL Executive of the Year and 3x Super Bowl Champion Scott Pioli joins the SeventySix Capital Leadership Series. In Part 1 of a two-part series (Part 2 releasing next week), Scott shares some amazing stories about his youth, his collegiate football career, and how his relationship with New England Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick began. Watch: https://bit.ly/LSPioliPt1
Ian is joined by Randy Mueller, a former front office man for the Seahawks as well as General Manager of the Saints and Chargers. Randy chats with Ian about the Earl Thomas debacle in Baltimore and how bad it had to get for them to make that decision to let a future Hall of Famer leave with lots of money still on the books.
Randy joins Amy to discuss the future of the NFL Draft and college football season after the Pac-12 and Big 10 postponed their seasons See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
Inside the Birds: Bill Polian Talks Shortened Training Camp, Jalen Hurts, Analytics and More ITB hosts Geoff Mosher and Adam Caplan are joined by Pro Football Hall of Fame executive Bill Polian, a six-time NFL Executive of the Year, about the upcoming 2020 season. Polian, who worked during the league's 1987 strike and 2011 labor dispute, explains hurdles the Eagles and other NFL teams will face during this adjusted training camp to prepare for the season and he explains why he thinks the Eagles will be one of a handful of NFL teams who "will be way ahead" of other teams this season. Polian also expanded on his role advising the Eagles in their 2016 head-coaching search that resulted in Doug Pederson getting the job and on what the Eagles were probably thinking drafting a backup quarterback in the second round of this year's draft. ► Follow our Podcast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/InsideBirds ► Follow Geoff Mosher on Twitter: https://twitter.com/geoffmoshernfl ► Follow Adam Caplan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/caplannfl How to access our FULL Podcast: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... STITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anch... SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/6OiCYiv... NFL insider veterans take an in-depth look that no other show can offer! Be sure to subscribe to stay up to date with the latest news, rumors, and discussions. For more, be sure to check out our official website: https://www.insidethebirds.com/
Are the Pats headed toward 'tank mode' with so many players opting out? What does it mean long-term for the 49ers after they extended GM John Lynch? When will the XFL return now that The Rock has purchased it? The Athletic's Mike Sando is joined by former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller to discuss these topics and so much more on The Athletic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Marc Ross, NFL Network joins the show to weigh in on the Seahawks' blockbuster trade for Jamal Adams, Jadeveon Clowney and more. In Around the NFL, we check in with Chance Warmack, Raheem Mostert and Joe Douglass. MLB is facing a ton of uncertainty right now and games are being postponed. What's the next step for teams individually as well as the league? We also hear from Bobby Wagner. Finally, Flag on the Play! See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
It's The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker! Former NFL offensive lineman and FOX Sports Radio weekend host Ephraim Salaam is in for Rob, and the guys explain why the coronavirus outbreak within the Miami Marlins organization is just the latest example of Major League Baseball dropping the ball on important issues, discuss what the NFL can learn from the inadequate coronavirus protocols in the MLB as their season quickly approaches, debate whether or not Lou Williams' Magic City adventure is a sign of a bigger problem within the LA Clippers locker room, and much more! Plus, appearances by 2x NBA champion David West, Milwaukee Bucks general manager Jon Horst and former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On this week's episode of the Inside Football Podcast with Bill Polian, the guys venture into highly uncharted waters and take a look into the process of hiring a head coach in the NFL. In this episode, we learn from a six-time NFL Executive of the Year what GMs look for in the interview process, when they know it is time to move on from an existing head coach, how to scout coaching talent, and what exactly they are looking for when determining who should lead their team. This is truly ground that has never been covered in such detail from an insider's perspective. So sit back, relax and get ready to have all of your media myths debunked.
Anita talks to NFL Executive and author Amy Trask about her thoughts on how a football "bubble" might work. There is a vast range of player ages and responsibilities so they will all have different perspectives and will approach safety measures differently.
Troy Vincent is so much more than a 5x Pro Bowler and Philadelphia Eagles Legend. He is a man who doesn't stop climbing and gives back every step of the way. Currently serving as the Executive VP of Football Operations for the NFL, Troy is shaping the future of the game he gave so much to. He also serves his community with his family foundation, "Vincent Country".Support the show (https://www.nflalumni.org/memberships/)
We've only heard one side of the accusations against Quinton Dunbar in his involvement in an armed robbery with DeAndre Baker and another individuals. Regardless, this is not a good situation. Dunbar hasn't played a down for the Seahawks and it's unfortunate for his future as well as the team. The whole "plan" is hard to comprehend. In Around the NFL, we check in with Geno Smith, Jacob Eason and James Harrison. Andrew Brandt of MMQB joins us to give some legal insight on what's going to happen to Quinton Dunbar. Finally, Flag on the Play!
It's The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker! FOX Sports Radio weekend host George Wrighster is in for Rob, and the guys debate whether or not the Green Bay Packers when they took the heir apparent to Aaron Rodgers in the first round of the NFL Draft, discuss what the addition of CeeDee Lamb does for Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys, explain why the Philadelphia Eagles' decision to draft Jalen Hurts could be bad news for Carson Wentz moving forward, and much more! And, FS1's Martin Weiss stops by for another award-winning edition of Trollin' or Rollin'. Plus, appearances by former NFL Executive of the Year Randy Mueller, actor - and diehard Washington Redskins fan - Laz Alonso, and actor Harry Lennix. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Tim and Steve talk to former NFL Front Office Executive @MLombardiNFL on the Dak Prescott contract talks, how the Cowboys should approach the draft and a whole lot more. DAC @StevenwDennis @TimCowlishaw weekdays 3-6 pm @1033fmESPN
141: Matt Millen: Former NFL player and 4-Time Super Bowl Champion with the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, the San Francisco 49ers, and the Washington Redskins and previous President and CEO of the Detroit Lions talks about overcoming the rare amyloidosis disease that affected his heart. Matt Millen Matt Millen is a past teammate of Mark Pattison with the Los Angeles Raiders NFL team as a line-backer. After being diagnosed with the rare disease amyloidosis that impacted his heart to the point of needing a heart transplant, Matt was happily surprised by the well-wishes he received from past teammates. “When I got sick with this disease, it was shocking to me how many guys from our Raider team, it was an outpouring. It was overwhelming. They just came out of the woodwork, heard from guys that I hadn’t heard from in years. But it's weird, because everyone is trying to keep up with one another. They are trying to keep tabs on you or they talk to someone who has talked to you. It was really amazing. It was really phenomenal. And that’s really the power of the team.” On this episode of Finding Your Summit Podcast, we talk with Matt Millen, 4-Time Super Bowl Winner with three different teams, the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, the San Francisco 49ers and the Washington Redskins as well as the previous President and CEO of the Detroit Lions. Matt Millen speaks about the competitive nature of the NFL. “Here is the hard truth about making it in the National Football League. So, Mark you had more than enough talent to be able to play for a long time and have a longer career than you did in the NFL. There are a lot of different things that come into it. So, you had requisite speed, you ran great routes, you loved to play, you weren’t afraid to go across the middle. So, you had all of those things and the problem is, you can have a great skill-set and if you get there at a time when there is no other skill-set like that, you are in great shape. You can take off with your career and show exactly what you have. Or, you can show up on a team like the Raiders when you did, when there were a bunch of guys who have the same skill-sets. Some have already established themselves and you are trying to scratch your way into that place and it is tough to do.” What You Will Learn: Matt Millen shares some wise words of wisdom that he has learned along the way while overcoming his adversities. “The bottomline is always this, in the end, we’re all are just people living, trying to get by in this life and there are a lot of things that help. But the main thing that helps people is people. It is not money. It is not fame. It is not anything other than a person taking time to take time.” When Matt Millen was diagnosed with amyloidosis disease, he was understandable shocked and concerned, especially after it had not been recognized by previous physicians that he had visited. “The disease is called amyloidosis. It is a disease that there is no cure for. They don’t really know what causes it. It is an autoimmune disease and so it is one of those that I never heard or ever knew existed.” What was the process like for Matt Millen to finally have the disease determined? “I went on a 7-year hike so-to-speak, from doctor to doctor all across the country. From Los Angeles to New Jersey, to you name it I was there. The Mayo Clinic up in Rochester, Minnesota, down in Florida, out in Arizona. I was all over the place. I saw lots of different people and finally at the Mayo Clinic after 7 years of seeing doctors and getting to the point where I could walk maybe 25 feet and then I had to stop, they finally determined what it was. I was down in the Mayo in Jacksonville. I walked into a guy who that was what he specialized in and they finally found it and then it was a matter of time before I had a heart transplant. But I had to go on chemo. I was on chemo for 10 ½ months.” How did being faced with his own mortality strip things down in his life and did it create an awakening in his life? “I’ve had faith for a long time. I became a Christian, and I mean a bible-believing conversion Christian. I grew up Catholic. I always had knowledge and a kind of thirst for it. But then when I went to Penn State and i got into the bible, then I made a profession of faith, that was in 1976. From ‘76 until ‘the heart’ things were simple. Then when that happened, thankfully, I was actually pretty good. I was like, ok, this is the way I go, this is the way I go. At least I know it.” Matt Millen shares a story of his experience in the hospital regaining his strength. “They put these drugs, they put them right in your jugular. So you are walking around with this pole and the medicine being dumped right into your heart and all they said to me was, they said look, the better shape you are in going in, the further along you will be coming out. So I was like, look, how much do you want me to walk? Because I will walk all day if you need me to.” Penn State and Notre Dame As a Penn State University alumni, was Penn State always the college that Matt Millen wanted to attend and the college team that he wanted to play for? “It was a town that was dominated by two teams, the Penn State Nittany Lions and Notre Dame. And because you’re inundated with hearing about Penn State and Notre Dame growing up, I could not stand either of those teams. It used to drive me nuts. It was all I ever heard. It was Notre Dame and Penn State and I was like forget it.” Super Bowl Success During this episode of Finding Your Summit Podcast, Matt Millen also talks about making the conversion from the Raiders to the 49ers team, and recognizing the internal player dynamics that he was entering into. “I walked into the 49er locker room and I immediately saw one thing, this is Ronnie Lott’s team. I knew the Raiders were my team. I knew I ran everything down there. But I walked into San Francisco, it would have been a huge mistake for me to try to do anything there. So, I just blended in, let Ronnie do his thing because it’s his show and that’s fine.” Links to Additional Resources: Mark Pattison: markpattisonnfl.com Emilia’s Everest for the Epilepsy Foundation
Michael Lombardi is an NFL Insider for The Athletic. Lombardi is a former 30-year NFL front office executive, having worked for two Hall of Famers in Bill Walsh and Al Davis and one soon to be enshrined, Bill Belichick. Michael has served various roles in the front office and coaching staff from area scout to Pro Personnel Director, to Assistant to the Head Coach and finally to GM of the Cleveland Browns.From 2014-16 he was an assistant to the coaching staff of the Patriots. He’s also worked for numerous media outlets, including Sports Illustrated and The Ringer. Michael & Coach George Raveling have created The Daily Coach which aims to be an inspiration to coaches and provide a daily hands-on approach to becoming a better leader. His book, Gridiron Genius, details the insights he has gathered during his time in the NFL with some of the greatest coaches in the history of the game. After you finish listening to this episode please leave us a five star rating and review on your favorite podcast app. Those ratings help others in the basketball community to find our show. If you love what you’re hearing, please tell a friend or coaching colleague to give us a listen. Make sure you subscribe to the Hoop Heads Podcast on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Spotify or Google Play so you never miss an episode! You can also visit our website at hopheadspod.com to hear every episode we’ve ever recorded. I hope you have your notebook in hand as you listen to this episode of the Hoop Heads Podcast with former NFL Executive Mike Lombardi from The Athletic. Twitter - @mlombardiNFL @TheDaily_Coach Support this podcast
NFL executive-turned-analyst for The Athletic & host of the GM Shuffle podcast Michael Lombardi joins Buck Reising (2:00). Michael explains what he was hearing as early as this summer about the Titans coaching staff wanting to start Ryan Tannehill over Marcus Mariota, Derrick Henry's contract situation and more! Plus, the iTunes Review Mailbag (15:30).
1999 NFL Executive of the Year with the Vikings and now with The Sporting News, Jeff Diamond, joins the show to discuss why he feels that the Panthers are about to split with Cam Newton, when Kyle Allen could get a new contract, and the upcoming headache between the Panthers and Christian McCaffrey. Play-by-play voice of the Tar Heels, Jones Angell, joins the show to discuss Cole Anthony and his record setting 34 point debut for the Tar Heels, what is more impressive than Anthony's talent, and when Roy Williams led teams have been at their best.
Show from 9/11/19In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts talk with the former Director of Basketball Research for the Milwaukee Bucks Seth Partnow. Who now covers NBA and Basketball analytics for The Athletic.They discuss with Seth on what production looks like from an analyst's view and will NBA teams defend the three point line closer. Next our hosts talk with former NFL 20 year NFL Executive, Joe Banner.on where the New England Patriots competitive edge comes from. Also have you ever wondered how NFL Executives build their NFL Team?Guests:Seth Partnow covers the NBA and basketball analytics for The Athletic. He resides in Milwaukee and was the Director of Basketball Research for the Milwaukee Bucks until this off season.. Follow him on Twitter @SethPartnowCheck out his articles https://theathletic.com/checkout/?plan_id=45&pc=offerended2 Joe Banner is a former NFL 20 year NFL Executive. He was the President of the Philadelphia Eagles and later the CEO of the Cleveland Browns. He was also an ESPN analyst.Follow him on Twitter @JoeBanner13. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
September 11 Attacks and the Impact on the NFL Today is the 18th anniversary of the largest terrorist attack on American soil.Â The September 11 attacks made time stand still for a moment around the world.Â There was no American, business, or even sports organization that did not have a decision to make about what to do next.Â The NFL was in the same situation.Â After the smoke cleared, the commissioner of the league (Paul Tagliabue) and the leader of the NFLPA (https://www.nflpa.com/60-heroes-gene-upshaw-s-legacy (Gene Upshaw)) had to make a decision.Â The 2nd week of NFL games was scheduled to be played just 5 days after the September 11 attacks.Â What did they do?Â Learn what decision was made on this week's episode of The Football History Dude podcast and strap on your seatbelt, because we're getting this baby up to 88mph. Connect With The Show Visit the show notes for this episode Visit me on the web - my about page Contact the show Follow me on Twitter Subscribe for free to the podcast Subscribe for free on YouTube Are you interested in sharing your favorite football moment on the show?Â This is your chance to share your story with all my listeners. http://www.myfootballmoment.com (Click here to share your favorite football moment) Top Related Episodes Phil-Pitt Steagles Matthew Algeo Interview - Part 1 - Steagles Matthew Algeo Interview - Part 2 - Steagles Tweet Note - The article below covers the topic of this week's episode in detail.Â There are many links throughout the article to enhance your learning of the history of the NFL.Â A few of these may be Amazon links.Â As an Amazon associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.Â Keep scrolling to get to the article. Please enter your name. Please enter a valid email address. Thanks for subscribing! Please check your email for further instructions. " /> Mash This Button For More NFL History Content!!! Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again. ARTICLE GOES HERE Top Related Episodes Andrew Brandt via Sports Illustrated - How the Week of September 11 Unfolded in the NFL YouTube (NFL Channel) - Football is America | NFL Players Remember 9/11 Michael Silver via Yahoo Sports - 9/11 Forced Ex-NFL Commish to Make Decision of Lifetime Andrew Brandt via Forbes - Remembering 9/11: An NFL Executive's Story Michael Silver via Yahoo Sports - Giants' Coughlin Coaches Son Through 9/11 Adam Schefter via ESPN - Remembering the Hit on Drew Bledsoe That Led to the Emergence of Tom Brady NFL.com - The Untold NFL History of that Day in Dallas Kimberly Jones via NFL.com - Fifteen Years Later: My 9/11 Experience as a Giants Beat Writer Please enter your name. Please enter a valid email address. Thanks for subscribing! Please check your email for further instructions. " /> Mash This Button For More NFL History Content!!! Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again. Support this podcast
On today's episode of the It's Not Just A Game Podcast, Chrissi Sanders talks with former NFL Executive and Founder of She Slays, Kelli Frazier about how you can take control over your career in the sports industry, pivot, evolve and more.
Mike Lombardi, former NFL Executive and Author of Gridiron Genius, visits @TaiMBrown to discuss the four components of leadership. Lombardi worked with legendary professional football leaders, Bill Walsh, Al Davis, and Bill Belichick. In his recent book, he outlines command of attention, command of message, command of self, and command of trust as the components necessary to be an effective leader. Lombardi points out that almost all successful leader possess three of the four components.
Show from 4/11/19In this episode of Wharton Moneyball we have a full studio! Hosts Cade Massey, Shane Jensen, Adi Wyner, and Eric Bradlow get into headlines from the NCAA Texas Tech vs UVA game to predicting which Game of Thrones character will die next. Then they talk advanced analytics in the NFL with a former 20 year NFL Executive. Plus NBA matchups and team season stats with someone who was part of the analytics revolution in basketball. And of course stay tuned for the over under segment at the end! All that and moreGuests:Joe Banner - Former 20 year NFL Executive. He was the President of the Philadelphia Eagles and later the CEO of the Cleveland Browns. He was also an ESPN analyst.Follow him on Twitter: @JoeBanner13Dean Oliver - Currently the Vice President of Data at TrueMedia Networks and was one of the pioneers of the advanced statistical revolution in basketball with his fundamental book, Basketball on Paper. Check out his book here: https://www.amazon.com/Basketball-Paper-Rules-Performance-Analysis/dp/1574886886 Follow him on Twitter: @DeanO_Lytics See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Its March Madness and Zion Williamson is on the road to the NBA but first the guys discuss his impact on Duke and going forward...... Plus, Check out a discussion on the tragic New Zealand Mosque Shooting and the impact felt here in the U.S. Then, NFL Free Agency has come and pass and some teams have upgraded and others......well hear what the guys think..... And Finally, A NFL Executive gets a prestigious invite and we answer some social media questions all in this New Episode of Some Wild Catz !!!!! SomeWildCatz@gmail.com Produced by Malik
As the CEO of the Oakland Raiders, Amy Trask served as the highest-ranking female executive in the NFL. Today she’s a football analyst for CBS Sports and serves as Chairman of the Board of Ice Cube’s BIG3. In her book, “You Negotiate Like a Girl,” Amy reflects on her career in the NFL and the leadership lessons she learned on her journey. We talk about how she carved her own path from intern to CEO, her approach to negotiating, and why she never paid attention to gender despite often being the only woman in the room.
Barnwell, one of the most respected writers cover the league, on NFL Championship Weekend being possibly the best Sunday of title games ever, on how hard it is for him to pick against the Patriots, on who he likes in the two games.Banner, who ran the Eagles’ front office for 12 years, on the quandary the Eagles are in with Nick Foles, on what the most pragmatic approach the team can take with Foles, and how eventually he believes the team is likely to move on without Foles in 2019.
- Jason & Rob discuss the Cowboys overtime win over the Eagles - What the Amari Cooper trade has meant for the Cowboys - Jerry Jones and the possibility he could win NFL Executive of the year
- Rob & Jason's club experience in Philly - Cowboys get big win over Philly, how much credit should Amari Cooper get? - Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett joins to talk about the win - Jerry Jones feeling good, should the Amari trade net him NFL Executive of the year?
We are joined by former NFL cornerback Troy Vincent. He was drafted by the Dolphins 7th overall out of Wisconsin in the 1992 NFL Draft. He also played for the Eagles, Bills and Redskins during his 15-year career. He was a 5X Pro Bowler, an All-Pro, and both a Walter Payton and Bart Starr man of the year award winner. He is currently the Executive Vice President of Football Operations for the NFL. Most importantly he is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five. Questions We Discuss:-What have you enjoyed most about the the NFL season?-Considering you're a former defensive player, what do you think about the huge offensive numbers so far this year?-The rule changes and an emphasis on safety have created plenty of discussions and you've been involved in those conversations, but what has your perspective been and what has been most encouraging to you based on what you've seen on the field?-Your role day to day with the NFL and how that fits into your deeply personal commitment to bringing values, passion, and character to American football.-Your faith and character is important to you, so in what ways has your faith been tested recently and what have you been learning about yourself and God?-You say: My purpose is to help others realize their passion and assist the next generation of advocates in finding their voice. What does that mean and how does your faith drive that mission?-Troy is a national leader and advocate against domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse, and has a commitment to LEADERSHIP OVER VIOLENCE. What are some initiatives you're working on right now or efforts that you're seeing have great impact? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Former NFL GM and longtime Raiders front office executive Michael Lombardi breaks down why Jon Gruden traded Khalil Mack, and what it says about Gruden's management style and vision for the team. Lombardi also turned back the clock and discussed what it was like working with Gruden and Al Davis during his time with the Raiders
Coach Brendan Suhr welcomes Michael Lombardi, former NFL executive & Author of Gridiron Genius. In this episode, Michael shares his four principles of leadership, the importance of learning multiple things instead of choosing a focus and what makes the great coaches he was around like Bill Walsh and Bill Belichick so successful. He also takes us inside his new book “Gridiron Genius” and shares more about what he wanted to stress most in the book: CULTURE. All that and more on episode 99 of the Coaching U Podcast with Coach Brendan Suhr.
Coach Brendan Suhr welcomes Michael Lombardi, former NFL executive & Author of Gridiron Genius. In this episode, Michael shares his four principles of leadership, the importance of learning multiple things instead of choosing a focus and what makes the great coaches he was around like Bill Walsh and Bill Belichick so successful. He also takes us inside his new book “Gridiron Genius” and shares more about what he wanted to stress most in the book: CULTURE. All that and more on episode 99 of the Coaching U Podcast with Coach Brendan Suhr.
On this week's episode, Peter King talks to Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera and the NFL's VP of Media Brian Rolapp. Rivera discusses the woes of preparing for a short-week game, and talks about whether the Panthers regret not re-signing Josh Norman. He shares how he motivates his team with the help of John Madden, and explains how helpful it is to have a wife, who is an ex-coach herself, to vent with after a bad loss. Rolapp discusses the decline in television ratings this season and if the NFL Red Zone program has anything to do with it. He talks about how commercials may change in the future to be less intrusive in the telecasts. He also tells a story of what he and Roger Goodell found out on a trip to see executives of Airbnb. Lastly, Peter reflects on the emotional Tony Romo press conference where he essentially passed the torch to Dak Prescott.
Marissa Fernandez is a Cubana who was born and raised in NY. She has extensive Hispanic marketing experience across a variety of brands and companies. A self-proclaimed brand-geek, Marissa believes strongly in the “consumer is boss” mentality engrained in her early on in her career at P&G. She currently serves as Director of Fan Strategy & Marketing for the National Football League, America’s most popular sports league. In this role, Marissa’s primary responsibility is to lead the league’s Hispanic Fan Growth Strategy she aims to accelerate NFL fan development amongst the fast-growing Latino population in the US. Prior to coming to the NFL, Marissa served as a Client Solutions Director at the Latinum Network, consulting with over 20 brands on their multicultural strategies, including the NFL, NBA, ESPN, The Walt Disney Company, Hershey’s, and Univision. Before Latinum, Marissa spent six years in brand management at Procter & Gamble, where she learned the brand building fundamentals working on powerhouse brands like Tide and Gillette. Marissa graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BS from Cornell University. Since college, she has lived in Cincinnati, OH, Boston, MA, Washington DC, and now resides in Manhattan, NY. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, traveling, watching sports, exercising, and spending time with friends and family. She also volunteers as a ‘Big Sister’ in the NYC Big Brothers Big Sisters Program. Marissa would like to thank her family – her eternal source of inspiration to succeed personally and professionally. What you'll learn Marissa's journey to pursue her American dream How she crafted a career that landed her at a dream job at the NFL What she learned at Procter & Gamble Why she chose to work in Hispanic marketing The white space to create best-in-class Hispanic brand marketing The barriers that are holding back brand investment in the Hispanic market and how to overcome it. How she landed her dream job as the NFL's director of Hispanic fan engagement. Her approach to success Resources & Links Marissa Fernandez on Linkedin nfl.com en espanol Thank you so much for listening ! If you enjoyed the episode, subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher and leave us a rating and a review. This helps us to reach more Latinos and Latinas.