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Best podcasts about nfl legends community

Latest podcast episodes about nfl legends community

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Up On Game Presents: Conversations With A Legend: LaVar Arrington Talks With 9yr NFL Veteran Mike Rucker

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 63:44


Subscribe, Rate & Review Up On Game Presents right here Time to bring the RUCKUZ to the Up On Game Network as the 2x National Champion from Nebraska to a former Carolina Panther Mike Rucker sits down with LaVar Arrington. Rucker delivers a heartfelt interview about the two people that molded his work ethic to become a successful player on and off the field. He remembers a moment when his father would work double shift's to see him play. Mike talks about redshirting his freshman year at Nebraska and how not starting turned into his WHY. Passion describes his involvement in the NFL Legends Community. Mike Rucker knows what these ex-players need and believes the Legends can help. UP On GAME Presents Conversations With A Legend. LaVar Arrington is sitting down with the best from the field, the stage, and beyond. These are intimate conversations and storytelling with legendary humans about their lives and successful careers. In this episode, Arrington talks with 9 Year NFL Veteran Mike Rucker. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Up On Game Presents: Conversations With A Legend: LaVar Arrington Talks With 11yr NFL Veteran Garry Cobb

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 79:32


Subscribe, Rate & Review Up On Game Presents right here A dog on the field, but a gentleman off, Garry Cobb sits down with LaVar Arrington and discusses his days at USC and how he helps out NFL veterans with NFL Legends Community work. When Cobb played for USC, he had to remind hard-hitting safety Ronnie Lott not to hurt him during practices. Garry played with some of the best to ever do it but, he too was a dog on the field looking to break the necks of his opponent. A true gentleman off the field, Cobb would like his legacy to be that he helped others be what they truly meant to be. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
Up On Game Presents: Conversations With A Legend: LaVar Arrington Talks With 11yr NFL Veteran Garry Cobb

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 79:32


Subscribe, Rate & Review Up On Game Presents right here A dog on the field, but a gentleman off, Garry Cobb sits down with LaVar Arrington and discusses his days at USC and how he helps out NFL veterans with NFL Legends Community work. When Cobb played for USC, he had to remind hard-hitting safety Ronnie Lott not to hurt him during practices. Garry played with some of the best to ever do it but, he too was a dog on the field looking to break the necks of his opponent. A true gentleman off the field, Cobb would like his legacy to be that he helped others be what they truly meant to be. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Up On Game Presents: Conversations With A Legend: LaVar Arrington Talks With All-Pro Mack Strong

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 49:06


Subscribe, Rate & Review Up On Game Presents right here. UP On GAME Presents Conversations With A Legend. LaVar Arrington is sitting down with the best from the field, the stage, and beyond. These are intimate conversations and storytelling with legendary humans about their lives and successful careers. On this episode, Arrington talks with All-Pro Mack Strong. It takes a special kind of man to play full back, and what better name at the position was Mack Strong. In this episode, Mack talks about his days in Georgia, to becoming a Seattle Seahawk. How did playing SOCCER in the deep south translate to the gridiron? Strong believes in giving back, and he has a pivotal role in the NFL Legends Community. And finally, HATS OFF as LaVar and Mack talk about the 2005 NFL playoff game. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Up On Game
Up On Game Presents: Conversations With A Legend: LaVar Arrington Talks 2x All-Pro From The Steelers Levon Kirkland.

Up On Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 71:11


Subscribe, Rate & Review Up On Game Presents right here Terrible Towel waving fans, this is something special for you. Up On Game Network is brings you one of the best to lace them up for the Steelers, Levon Kirkland. Levon sits down with LaVar Arrington and delivers an interview that takes you back to the early 90's Steelers team. From how he made the number 99 infamous to inside the locker room. Levon Kirkland tells a story about how respect needed to be earned before one stepped on the field. Kirkland tells you three things that he wants you to remember. And, the NFL Legends Community is continuing to help him. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Up On Game Presents: Conversations With A Legend: LaVar Arrington Talks 2x All-Pro From The Steelers Levon Kirkland.

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 71:11


Subscribe, Rate & Review Up On Game Presents right here Terrible Towel waving fans, this is something special for you. Up On Game Network is brings you one of the best to lace them up for the Steelers, Levon Kirkland. Levon sits down with LaVar Arrington and delivers an interview that takes you back to the early 90's Steelers team. From how he made the number 99 infamous to inside the locker room. Levon Kirkland tells a story about how respect needed to be earned before one stepped on the field. Kirkland tells you three things that he wants you to remember. And, the NFL Legends Community is continuing to help him. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Minnesota Vikings - Wobcast
Getting Open with John Randle

Minnesota Vikings - Wobcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 21:33


Vikings Pro Football Hall of Famer John Randle sits down with Vikings.com's Lindsey Young to discuss his role as a director within the NFL Legends Community – and how mental health resources and support play a part in that.

Minnesota Vikings - Wobcast
Getting Open with John Randle

Minnesota Vikings - Wobcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 21:36


Vikings Pro Football Hall of Famer John Randle sits down with Vikings.com's Lindsey Young to discuss his role as a director within the NFL Legends Community – and how mental health resources and support play a part in that.

Minnesota Vikings Podcast
Getting Open with John Randle

Minnesota Vikings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 21:33


Vikings Pro Football Hall of Famer John Randle sits down with Vikings.com's Lindsey Young to discuss his role as a director within the NFL Legends Community – and how mental health resources and support play a part in that.

Finding Your Summit
Tracy Perlman: Tracy is the SVP of NFL Communications and Marketing. She has been a huge part of developing the NFL Legends community while becoming a force within a male dominated sport. This is all about Girl Empowerment...

Finding Your Summit

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2020 34:25


149: Tracy Perlman: NFL Senior Vice President of Football Communications and Marketing, working in football operations, talks about her over 27 years of NFL experience as a woman in a male-dominated multi-billion dollar arena and building the NFL Legends Community.    Tracy Perlman  Tracy Perlman has had multi-facilitated and invigorating career in the National Football League. She talks about her navigation process, going from college to the NFL. “I started at the NFL the day after I graduated from college. It was literally my 22nd birthday and it was the day after graduation and I walked into an office. It felt very ‘mom-and-pop.’ I say that meaning, it felt like I walked into a family atmosphere. When you start at the NFL working where I did, I worked in HR, and people say, you worked in HR? But the job was called a ‘floater.’ So, I was able to work in every department at the NFL over a span of 10 months to try and really understand it, and a floater was essentially a temp. So, whenever someone was out I would sit in that department and work in that department for however long necessary. So, for me, it was a learning experience and I got to really understand the NFL, the way that it functioned, what all the departments are.”   On this episode of Finding Your Summit Podcast, we talk with Tracy Perlman about the expansion of her career at the NFL for over 27 years, in such a massive economic ecosystem. “I don’t think people understand how much it takes to put on the National Football League. You’ve got a PR department. You have a media department. You have NFL Films. We didn’t have the network or the website at the time, because it was so long ago. You have an HR department. You have a broadcasting department. So, I was able to work in all of these areas and sort out where I really wanted to be. The thing about the NFL is, if you are passionate about what you do, and you really care about it, and you are learning every day, there is a way forward all the time.”   What You Will Learn:   What made Tracy Perlman zoom in on the marketing department? “After working for NFL Films for a while, working for NFL Enterprises, I ended up working in the Marketing and Sponsorship department and working on a lot of different things. I started to aggregate all of these things that no one was handling. So, we took over some of the promotional stuff. All of a sudden, who is doing all of the player appearances? Wait a minute, who is doing all the hospitality? We started to build this entertainment marketing area, and within entertainment marketing, I got to do everything from product-place merchandise in movies, to running the Draft Day movie, to the Broadway show Lombardi. But, I also started to work a lot with NFL players, both current and legend. As I started to do that, I realized, that is really where my passion was and working with players that inspire people every day. People don’t understand, a player is fighting for his job every single day.”    Tracy Perlman talks about the reverence she feels about working to create the NFL Legends Community. “The thing that I am most proud of is building the Legends Community. Not booking YouTube for Super Bowl Halftime or any of those other things. It is really building a program where I got to work with legends, where the NFL started to build a partnership with players, because we should be celebrating and honoring the men who built the game.”     What are some of the elements that make up Tracy Perlman’s sense of mission and purpose at the NFL these days? “I now run the entire player vertical so that once you have an engagement with the NFL, regardless of how old you, we want to make sure that you always have the best experience you can ever have, and that means, whether you are 6-years-old or 60-years-old. So, we want to make sure that when you start playing the game, being a fan of the game, that your engagement with the game is inspirational and something that you are always proud of.”   What is the focus behind the NFL Legends Community? “What we wanted to do is make sure there was continuity. We never wanted a guy to feel like the door closed. Our thought was, ‘once a player, forever a legend,’ and we decided that we couldn’t just create something. So, we brought 24 people who played the game to New York, including Chad Pennington, and Leonard Wheeler, and John Randle, and we sat in a room for six hours trying to sort out, what is this? The more we began to talk, the more it became completely apparent that the NFL’s relationship with legends was transactional. At the time, I think we were calling everybody ‘former players.’ It was transactional. It was, I have an appearance. Do you want to do it. Here is money, and then we probably wouldn’t talk to you for quite some time.”    From ‘Former Players’ to ‘Legends’    Tracy Perlman defines what makes the members of the NFL Legends Community elite. “The way we structured it was really to celebrate, engage, embrace, and communicate with every former player we could talk to, and the reason why we called it The Legends Community is simply because every player who has ever played this game at the highest level, is the top 1% . So, if you think about 100 years of NFL football, and only about 14,000 guys who played two or more seasons, and maybe 25,000 guys who played total, that is the top 1%. So, we wanted to make sure guys felt special. Which is why the word ‘legend’ is where we ended up.”    Exceeding Expectations   During this episode of Finding Your Summit Podcast, Tracy Perlman also explains the ways in which the growth of the NFL Legends Community truly exceeded her expectations. “We are actually at 10,300 registered legends in the community, and the thing about that that is important is they are actually engaging. Meaning, we send out a newsletter monthly; 70% open rate on the newsletter. Anybody who sends out emails and newsletters will tell you that is extraordinary. Last year 4300 legends went back to team events, 4300 guys. So, we are seeing the guys really engage. All of the use of every program has gone up. So, again, for us the idea is to help the transition out of the game to make sure that you understand the information, to make sure that you know that you can engage however you want, and to ensure that once you are engaged with us, we keep giving you relevant information and that it is clear.”  Links to Additional Resources: Mark Pattison: markpattisonnfl.com Emilia’s Everest for the Epilepsy Foundation: markpattisonnfl.com/philanthropy-wb/ Tracy Perlman’s Linkedin: Linkedin NFL Legends Community: players.nfl.com

The Playbook
Tony Richardson: NFL Legends Community Director | #ThePlaybook 164

The Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2019 22:54


On this episode of #ThePlaybook, Tony Richardson, former NFL fullback and current NFL Legends Community Director, provides insights on:[3:50] The lesson his dad taught him about never cutting corners in life[6:35] Why he tells athletes to take internships or do job shadowing in their downtime[9:18] How his parents and the athletes he looked up helped him to find his “what” in life[16:09] Why hearing “no” or “failing” as an entrepreneur prepares you for future success

RapSheet and Friends
Shaquem Griffin, Torry Holt, Mike's camera issues and Tom's mic problem

RapSheet and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2019 61:33


It's a busy installment of the show this week as Ian is joined by FIVE friends. Seahawks linebacker Shaquem Griffin hops on to talk "Salute to Service" and much more (18:00) and St. Louis Rams great Torry Holt (43:40) calls in to talk about the NFL Legends Community. Meanwhile, Steve Wyche has been following the Colin Kaepernick saga and checks in with details off the top of the show, plus Tom Pelissero and Mike Garafolo are on hand as usual (28:15). We get to hear about Mike's camera issue and Tom's mic problem leads to Mike having what appears to be a Tom problem. Oh, and they talk Patriots, Seahawks, Eagles and more.

3 Point Stance
Episode 12- Former NFL QB Chad Pennington

3 Point Stance

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2019 33:18


Former Jets and Dolphins quarterback Chad Pennington joins the show. Chad joins NFL veteran Mike DeVito, Aaron Jackson and Sterling Pingree to discuss: The NFL Legends Community, the development of quarterbacks, origins of the Wild Cat offense in Miami, the inability of the Jets to develop quarterbacks, training camp regulations, what he would do as a quarterbacks coach in the league and the future of high school football. Little bonus segment at the end, the guys discuss the future health of youth football and what does Mike think about his sons playing football?   Chad Pennington is a two-time NFL Comeback Player of the Year award winner, the only quarterback not named Tom Brady to win the AFC East since 2001 (2002 Jets, 2008 Dolphins) and once kept the Patriots out of the playoffs by beating Brett Favre. (Week 17, 2008, Dolphins beat the Favre led Jets to win the AFC East and keep Matt Cassel's Patriots out.) Contact the show: 3PointStancePod@gmail.com, Follow us on Twitter @3PointStancePod and "Like Us" on Facebook, 3 Point Stance Podcast. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts.

NFL Fantasy Live
Tools Of The Trade

NFL Fantasy Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2018 67:37


Marcas Grant and Michael Fabiano are back studio to go over everything in fantasy from Week 6! The guys start off with the biggest news headlines like the Buccaneers firing defensive coordinator Mike Smith and Cooper Kupp returning from his knee injury (4:35). Next, former NFL LB Takeo Spikes calls into the show to speak about his NFL Legends Community fantasy football team and his thoughts on the London game that he covered (13:14). With the NFL trade deadline approaching, MG and Fabs went over their top 10 trade candidates such as Le'Veon Bell, LeSean McCoy and Amari Cooper (19:36). Then, Fabs debuted a new segment called "That's A Stinker" about normal fantasy starters that had awful games Sunday (47:22). Finally, the guys told you players to lookout for in the Week 7 waiver wire (56:38).

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast
11-22-17 John Randle, Former Vikings DT, NFL Legends Community

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2017 11:39


John Randle talks about the performance of Case Keenum, who Adam Thielen reminds him of, the Vikings defense, and the upcoming game in Detroit against the Lions.

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast
11-16-17 Daryl Talley, Former NFL Linebacker, NFL Legends Community

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2017 8:47


Daryl Talley shares his thoughts on new Bills coach Sean McDermott, the Bills changing QB from Tyrod Taylor to Nathan Peterman, and teams putting together a Bills-like run.

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast
11-09-17 Mack Strong, Former NFL Fullback, NFL Legends Community

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2017 15:23


Mack Strong chats about the Seahawks lack of a run game and the OL struggles, the defensive adjustments they need to make, and Earl Thomas being out and the impact of him missing.

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast
10-26-17 J.B. Brown, Former NFL Cornerback, NFL Legends Community

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2017 9:01


J.B. Brown, Former NFL Cornerback, NFL Legends Community talks about the behavior of players and demanding trades, actions on the field and in the interview room, Cutler trying to do Adam Gase a favor and how the NFC North shapes up.

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast
10-19-17 Mark Brunell, Former NFL QB, NFL Legends Community

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2017 11:04


Mark Brunell, Former NFL QB, NFL Legends Community discusses Alex Smith's performance this season and shedding the game manager tag, the Jaguars inconsistent gameplay and the Rams being a complete team.

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast
10-12-17 Mike Rucker, Former Panthers DE, NFL Legends Community

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2017 9:03


Mike Rucker, Former Panthers DE talks about the Panthers D facing the Eagles offense, the Carolina defensive front making a difference, Cam Newton leading a powerful offense and how Christian McCaffrey changes defenses.

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast
10-05-17 Warrick Dunn, 3-Time Pro Bowl RB, NFL Legends Community

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2017 11:28


Warrick Dunn, 3-Time Pro Bowl RB talks about entering the Falcons Ring of Honor, the Falcons struggles late in games, Matt Ryan as a playmaker, helping out Deshaun Watson's family and all the charity work he's done.

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast
09-28-17 Carl Eller, Vikings Hall of Fame Defensive End

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2017 10:17


Carl Eller, Vikings Hall of Fame Defensive End speaks about the NFL Legends Community, the unity among players in the NFL and this years Minnesota Vikings.

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast
09-06-17 James Trapp, Exec. Dir. of NFL Legends Community

NFL No Huddle: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2017 9:45


James Trapp, Exec. Dir. of NFL Legends Community talks about being named the new Executive Director of the NFL Legends, his goal for the program moving forward, the relationship they have with the NFL and his path from player to executive.