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Best podcasts about noah gray

Latest podcast episodes about noah gray

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns – Ep. 49: Former Chiefs Linebacker Shawn Barber Talks Rough Start, Bills Loss, & More

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 59:55


Here are all the segments:00:00 – Chief Concerns Opener00:43 – BetOnline.AG 01:36 – Former NFL LB Shawn Barber joins the show and talks his love for puzzles and talks about The Kingdom.03:39 – The guys react to the Week 5 loss and the 2-3 start.30:32 – How can the Chiefs defense replicate the second half performance that forced the Buffalo Bills into three straight 3-and-outs?40:37 – The crew talks about the turnover bug that has been impacting our offensive's ability to get into a rhythm.50:01 – Game Picks: Chiefs are a 6.5-point favorite against the Washington Football Team in what some might call the Shawn Barber Bowl, since Shawn played for both teams!56:20 – Extra topic: Who should be the main return man? End of show!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns – Ep. 48: Former Chiefs Quarterback Tyler Thigpen Talks Josh Gordon, Bills, and More

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 72:14


Here are all the segments:00:00 – Chief Concerns Opener00:43 – BetOnline.AG 01:36 – Former NFL QB Tyler Thigpen joins the show talks about his time in Kansas City, being one of the first to run a Spread or Pistol system in the NFL and talks about the emergence of Coastal Carolina Football.13:28 – The guys discuss the takeaways from the Chiefs 42 to 30 win in Philadelphia.25:02 – The crew discusses the importance of having a bend but don't break defense with having a high-powered offense.47:26 – Josh Gordon has been elevated to the active roster and will play in Week 5 against the Buffalo Bills. What should we expect from Josh Gordon on Sunday? Thigpen who was a teammate with Gordon in Cleveland back in 2014 talks about playing with Josh.1:04:02 – Game Picks: Chiefs are a 2.5-point favorite against the Bills in what some might call the Tyler Thigpen Bowl, since Tyler played for both teams!1:10:33 – Goodbye!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns – Ep. 47: Is It Time To Sound The Alarm? Josh Gordon To the Rescue

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 61:22


Here are all the segments:00:00 – Chief Concerns Opener00:43 – BetOnline.AG 01:36 – The guys talk about their reaction on the Chargers game, AFC West, Raiders, Broncos, and Chargers early season success, Clyde's fumble.16:10 – Is it time to sound the alarm after the Chiefs' back to back loss against the Ravens and Chargers? 34:32 – What is wrong with the defense? Are any of the failures related to the scheme?45:35 – Our WR2 has arrived! What are your thoughts on Josh Gordon?58:32 – Game Picks: Chiefs are a 7-point favorite against the Eagles1:01:03 – Goodbye!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns – Episode 46: Week 3 Preview With Guests Derrick Johnson, Mike Maslowski, & James Hasty

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 156:14


Here are all the segments:00:00 – Chief Concerns Opener00:43 – BetOnline.AG and Balance7.co advertisements 02:50 – Former Chiefs Linebacker Derrick Johnson Joins the Show to talk all things Chiefs and little bit of the Texas Longhorns11:25 – With Chiefs players taking to social media to engage with fans about the loss, the guys react to the NFL during the social media age. 16:48 – The guys talk about CEH's fumble. 24:03 – The guys talk about Hardman, D-Rob, and Pringle needing to step up.30:27 – Why aren't the Chiefs utilizing CEH's pass catching ability?33:06 – DJ wants to know how Eric would cover Travis Kelce.36:38 – Jason tells us if Tony ever improvised on his routes like the way Kelce does.38:54 - DJ shares his thoughts on the Chiefs LBs through the first 2 weeks48:11 – The guys talk about the defense's failures in the red zone.52:04 – The guys talk about the Raiders and an improved AFC West.1:04:27 – Memories playing the Chargers.1:08:05 – DJ remember Eric's pick 6 against the Houston Texans.1:09:55 – DJ talks about if he could play in modern NFL with these new rules.1:12:05 – Game Picks and predictions.1:16:28 – DJ Signs Off!1:17:03 – Playactionpools.com advertisement1:18:31 – Former Chiefs Linebacker Mike Maslowski and former Chiefs CB James Hasty joins to talk Chiefs, old stories, and about his new coaching consulting company aimed at getting the best coaching candidates hired. The coaching consulting company is called Eneje Consulting.2:36:14 – Goodbye!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns - Episode 45: Former Ravens WR Mark Clayton Recaps Week 1 and Talks Ravens VS. Chiefs

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 64:51


Here are all the segments:00:00 – 00:43 – Chief Concerns Opener00:43 – 02:50 – BetOnline.AG and Balance7.co advertisements 02:50 – Former Ravens Wide Receiver Mark Clayton talks about Ravens, Lamar Jackson, Oklahoma Sooners QBs in the NFL, and bets with Eric Warfield6:03 – Chief Concern 1: Recapping Browns @ Chiefs - Chiefs narrowly escape Week 1 with a victory over the Browns. 17:22 – Chief Concern 2: What do the Chiefs and Ravens need to fix if they want to contend for the Super Bowl. 27:07 – Playactionpools.com advertisement28:07 - Chief Concern 2 Continued: What do the Chiefs and Ravens need to fix if they want to contend for the Super Bowl.29:17 – Chief Concern 3: Who has the bigger edge between the Ravens and Chiefs?1:03:20 – Chief Concern 4: Game Picks1:04:10 – Goodbye!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns - Episode 44: Former Chiefs Safety Jarrad Page Joins The Show To Talk Browns @ Chiefs

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 94:49


Here are all the segments:00:00 – 00:43 – Chief Concerns Opener00:43 – 02:50 – BetOnline.AG and Balance7.co advertisements 02:50 – 27:07 – Former Chiefs Safety Jarrad Page catches up with the crew and talks injuries in the NFL, officiating in the NFL could lead to longer careers, and they talk about new rules in college/NFL.27:07- 28:07 – Playactionpools.com advertisement28:07 – 42:25 – Chief Concern 1: Between Mathieu, Gay, and Clark, which injury is the most concerning going into Sunday? 42:25 – 50:35 – Chief Concern 2: Are we more worried about our new Offensive Line or revamped Defensive Line going into Sunday?50:35 – 1:00:41 – Chief Concern 3: Who has the bigger edge between the Browns and Chiefs?1:00:41 – 1:14:56 – Chief Concern 4: Game Picks and Super Bowl Prediction.1:14:56 – 1:15:20 – Goodbye!1:15:20 – 1:34:49 – Bonus Content – Jarrad Page talks to the guys about playing baseball and many other topics!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns - Episode 43: A Deep Look At The 53-Man Roster – Daurice Fountain and Jody Forston

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 45:54


Here are all the segments:00:00 – 00:43 – Chief Concerns Opener00:43 – 02:50 – BetOnline.AG and Balance7.co advertisements 02:50 – 06:29 – The crew has some messages for the players that were cut during cutdown days.06:29 – 21:34 – Chief Concern 1: The crew discusses their biggest takeaways from the Chiefs third Preseason game against the Vikings. 21:34 – 28:11 – Chief Concern 2: The crew reacts to the 53-man roster.28:11- 29:11 – Playactionpools.com advertisement29:11 – 36:22 – Chief Concern 3: The crew discusses the stories behind Daurice Fountain and Jody Fortson on how they never gave up their dream of playing in the NFL.36:22 - 45:28 – Chief Concern 4: How satisfied are you with the current Wide Receiver room after all of the roster cuts? 45:28 – 45:54 – Tease to next week with our episode with a special former Chiefs player. Goodbye!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns - Episode 42: Recap/Review Preseason Week 2 & Week 3 – Surprise Cuts – Much More

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 51:23


Here are all the segments:00:00 – 00:43 – Chief Concerns Opener00:43 – 01:16 – BetOnline.AG advertisement 01:16 – 02:20 – Balance7.com advertisement02:20 – 13:23 – The crew discusses Lional Dalton's good news about his successful kidney transplant!13:23 – 31:43 – Chief Concern 1: The crew discusses their biggest takeaways from the Chiefs second Preseason game against the Cardinals. What is going to happen at the #2 Wide Receiver position? Is Mecole the guy?31:43 – 37:35 – Chief Concern 2: Were you all surprised by the release of Taco Charlton?37:35 – 45:18 – Chief Concern 3: Who are some guys who may be on the bubble this week that we may be surprised about?45:18 - 49:56 – Chief Concern 4: Preseason Game #3 versus the Minnesota Vikings – What are we looking to see? 49:56 – 51:23 – Tease to next week with our episode with the guys from Chiefs Focus. Goodbye!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns - Episode 41: Recap/Preview Preseason Weeks 1 & 2 – Multi TE Sets – Taunting Rules

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 55:38


Here are all the segments:00:00 – 00:43 – Chief Concerns Opener00:43 – 01:16 – BetOnline.AG advertisement 01:16 – 02:20 – Balance7.com advertisement02:20 – 12:18 – The crew discusses what it is like to see teammates get cut during Training Camp, Tim Tebow getting cut, and Tyrann Mathieu's contract situation12:18 – 17:14 – Chief Concern 1: The crew discusses their biggest takeaways from the Chiefs first Preseason game against the 49ers. 17:14 – 28:13 – Chief Concern 2: The guys discuss: A: What are your thoughts on bringing back these 3 TE sets, which I haven't seen in a Chiefs game since Tony, JD, and Kris Wilson. B: what are the chances, we go into the season with 4 TEs?28:13 – 46:02 – Chief Concern 3: The crew weighs in on the NFL's decision to enforce their Taunting Rules.46:02 - 55:07 – Chief Concern 4: Preseason Game #2 at the Arizona Cardinals – What are we looking to see? 55:07 – 55:38 – Goodbye!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns - Episode 40: The Dog Days Of Training Camp & What To Look For Against The 49ers

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 55:20


Here are all the segments:00:00 – 00:43 – Chief Concerns Opener00:43 – 01:16 – BetOnline.AG advertisement 01:16 – 02:20 – Balance7.com advertisement02:20 – 15:48 – The crew discusses if USA Basketball needs to rethink their future team strategy, if they aren't going to get all of the NBA's best.15:48 – 25:01 – Chief Concern 1: The Crew discusses Mahomes' Ringer interview. They talk about a specific passage in the article and what it could mean going into this season. 25:01 – 32:30 – Chief Concern 2: How much can we takeaway from the one-on-one drills we are seeing out at Training Camo?32:31 – 42:13 – Chief Concern 3: Preseason Game #1 – What are we looking for during this first game?42:13 - 48:44 – Chief Concern 4: Story Time – The guys tell us about their first preseason game experiences.48:44 – 54:00 – Chief Concern Extra – Players to keep an eye on against the 49ers 54:00 – 55:20 – Goodbye!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Show and BK - Mustache Monday on a Friday

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 54:42


In this edition of "Show and BK," Ron "the Show" Hughley is flying solo with Steve but, he's ready to admit the Browns might be a contender. Also, we do our best to figure out how Gehrig Dieter has made best friends with some of the most impactful players in the game. Sammy Watkins had some comments about his time in Kansas City that make us wonder what he thinks of the Ravens wide receivers, and Show lets Steve rant about Noah Gray's upside. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns - Episode 39: Discussing The Biggest Takeaways From Training Camp So Far

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 55:34


Here are all the segments:00:00 – 0:43 – Chief Concerns Opener00:43 – 01:14 – BetOnline.AG advertisement 01:14 – 08:41 – The crew discusses their love for the Summer Olympics and Jason talks about displeasures with USA Men's Basketball Team08:41 – 22:52 – Chief Concern 1: The crew discusses the takeaways from Training Camp. They talk about the receiver battle, how Lucas Niang looks, Chris Jones' early domination at DE, and Noah Gray being the best supplement for Travis Kelce.22:52 – 30:36 – Chief Concern 2: Trey Smith, the 6th rounder from the University of Tennessee has been starting at the RG spot since day 1 of Training Camp and has been dominant so far. Is it too early to call Trey Smith the biggest steal of the NFL Draft?30:36 - 39:14 – Chief Concern 3: So far there haven't been any significant injuries (thankfully), but Tyreek Hill has been dealing with knee tendinitis, which can be a lingering injury. Is Tyreek Hill's knee tendinitis a big concern? 39:14 – 54:14 – Chief Concern 4: Jason gives us a little insight into an NFL training camp. 54:14 – 55:34 – Goodbye!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

RGR Football - Kansas City Chiefs and NFL
Chiefs Breakdown - Camp Week 1 with Matt Derrick

RGR Football - Kansas City Chiefs and NFL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 25:58


See the full episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Jr5TwH95d4 Kansas City Chiefs Breakdown - Camp Week 1 with Matt Derrick. Patrick Mahomes O-line, Trey Smith, Noah Gray, Jerrick Mckinnon. Defenses drive with Chris Jones, Willie Gay, Nick Bolton, Juan Thornhill. Ramp up in week 2! Get

The Drive
07/30 3pm Noah Gray Hype Train

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 42:57


The Drive looked at Noah Gray, and how the hype machine is already spinning with how good he is and expectations for his rookie year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Show and BK - Early reaction to Trey Smith/Noah Gray buzz, plus a Justin Houston talk

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 53:58


In this edition of "Show and BK," BK hates the idea of a Justin Houston reunion, but Show isn't quite as skeptical. Show can't believe the Chiefs are really running it back with Mike Remmers at right tackle, but BK thinks there's a method to the madness. Both Show and BK love the Chiefs running with Trey Smith at right guard. Is Noah Gray White Stallion or Pony? Juan Thornhill: Certified or Imposter? And we wrap up with a few quick-hitters on the camp battles at offensive line and cornerback. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

RGR Football - Kansas City Chiefs and NFL
Chiefs New Weapon! Noah Gray TE + H-back Film Room

RGR Football - Kansas City Chiefs and NFL

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 22:57


See the full episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_5F0Hoj940 Kansas City Chiefs New Weapon! Noah Gray TE + H-back Film Room Get

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Arrowhead Drive - July 26, 2021

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 9:01


In this edition of The Arrowhead Drive, Pete Sweeney prepares you for veteran report day at Kansas City Chiefs training camp. Andy Reid greeted the media and rounded up the injuries, plus quotes to know from Patrick Mahomes, Juan Thornhill and rookies Trey Smith, Noah Gray and Cornell Powell Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bink at Night / Bink Sunday Podcast
7/24 - HR 4: Training Camp Special

Bink at Night / Bink Sunday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 46:33


In the final hour of our Training Camp Special we hear from Chiefs' Rookies Cornell Powell, Trey Smith and Noah Gray, preview training camp and the season ahead, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
From the Podium - Noah Gray, Cornell Powell, & Trey Smith

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 16:59


Hear from: Kansas City Chiefs rookie tight end Noah Gray (:41), rookie wide receiver Cornell Powell (5:17), and rookie guard Trey Smith (10:10). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Additional Programming
7-24-21 Hour 2: Sports Saturday

Additional Programming

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 39:52


In the final hour of Sports Saturday w/ Joshua Brisco Hear from Andy Reid as he spoked to the media during the first official day of training camp. Reid talks about vaccination and Frank Clark... Rookies Trey Smith, Noah Gray and Cornell Powell got introduced to the media as they talk about their first training camp in St. Joe... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns - Episode 33: Le'Veon Bell's Beef; Tyreek Hill Doubles Down on 20-0; Multiple TE Sets?

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 63:36


Here are all the segments:00:00 – 00:37 – Previously on Chief Concerns00:37 – 01:20 – Chief Concerns Opener01:21 – 01:58 – BetOnline.AG advertisement01:59 – 12:28 – Intro and rare Chief Concerns + Topic: Are fans starting to take it too far with professional athletes?12:29 – 20:01 – Chief Concern 1: What are your thoughts on Le'Veon Bell's beef with Head Coach Andy Reid?20:02 - 23:42 – Chief Concern 2: Tyreek Hill doubles down on Patrick Mahomes' 20-0 aspirations23:43 – 27:55 – Chief Concern 3: Travis Kelce gives us a hint that the Chiefs will be installing more multiple Tight End sets27:56 – 01:02:08– #ChiefsKingdom Concerns Segment: Day 1 Chief Concerns fan NoahJon Marshall joins the show to talk all things Chiefs!01:02:08 – 01:03:36 – Goodbye!

(Almost) Entirely Sports
Seth Keysor on Podcast Reviews and Cornell Powell, 6/1/21

(Almost) Entirely Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 55:55


In the last hour of Tuesday's (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco and Seth Keysor go down an early rabbit trail to discuss Mitch Hedberg, negative Apple Podcast Reviews on Time's Ours and parenting. Plus, Seth's new piece on two pass-catching Kansas City Chiefs draft picks: Cornell Powell and Noah Gray. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RGR Football - Kansas City Chiefs and NFL
Chiefs Breakdown! Noah Gray with The Athletic’s Nate Tice

RGR Football - Kansas City Chiefs and NFL

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 9:55


See the full episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvaDNKEbvM8 Kansas City Chiefs Breakdown! Noah Gray with The Athletic’s Nate Tice. How will he fit the Chiefs offense? What does he bring to the passing game? Get

4th and 1
4th and1: Recapping Chiefs rookie camp and the schedule

4th and 1

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 27:32


Host Tod Palmer and analyst Nick Jacobs break down the Chiefs 2021 season schedule and give their thoughts on Chiefs rookie camp. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
From the Podium - Rookie TE Noah Gray, WR Cornell Powell and OL Trey Smith

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2021 17:26


Hear from Kansas City Chiefs rookie tight end Noah Gray (0:30), wide receiver Cornell Powell (4:37) and offensive lineman Trey Smith (9:37) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Chief Concerns
Chief Concerns - Episode 28: The Kansas City Chiefs 2021 NFL Draft Recap Show

Chief Concerns

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 61:42


Here are all the segments:00:00 – 00:41 – Previously on Chief Concerns00:42 – 01:24 – Chief Concerns Opener01:25 – 13:42 – The crew talks the Nick Bolton and Creed Humphrey selections13:43 – 18:19 – The crew talks about the 4th round selection of Defensive End Joshua Kaindoh18:20 – 39:39– The Chiefs answer Jason’s concern by getting another Tight End in Noah Gray and check off another need by adding Wide Receiver Cornell Powell. The crew discusses these moves39:40 - 52:05 – Some are calling the 6th round selection of Offensive Guard Trey Smith the steal of the draft, see what the guys think52:06 – 56:36 – Now that the draft is over, are there still positions that need to be filled?56:37 – 1:01:42 – Goodbye!

Show & Vern
05/05 - 11 am - Noah Gray

Show & Vern

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 55:13


Which Chiefs rookie will have a bigger impact this season Nick Bolton or Creed Humphrey? Both players could be setup for significant roles on the Chiefs. We take our turn trying to figure out how the Royals should really use Jakob Junis and a national NFL writer  had an interesting take on the Chiefs beefing up their o-line. We're joined by new Chiefs TE Noah Gray to find out if he does rap and what Travis Kelce told him after he was drafted.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RGR Football - Kansas City Chiefs and NFL
Chiefs Breakdown - We Learned A LOT from the KC Draft Class!

RGR Football - Kansas City Chiefs and NFL

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 9:32


See the full episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nf2eoy_yD7g Kansas City Chiefs Breakdown - What we Learned from the KC Draft Class - Nick Bolton, Trey Smith and Noah Gray. Get

Roughing the Kicker
Breaking Down Brett Veach's Comments About the Chiefs' Draft Class

Roughing the Kicker

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 48:01


Kansas City Chiefs general manager took to the podium on Monday to talk about his most recent draft class, so Conner Christopherson joined Tucker Franklin to do the same. They play Veach's comments about Cornell Powell, Noah Gray, Joshua Kaindoh and Trey Smith and give their thoughts on the selections.—Help us, help you! While you listen, fill out our RTK Listener Survey so we can best capture the pulse of the MVLs. Thank you for all the support so far and we can't wait to see what's in store next. https://forms.gle/S5H9WjZgZtUYjdNB6—BUY OUR NEW MERCH! Go to https://teespring.com/stores/rtk-pod to find our new MVL designs.

SportsBeat KC
Most needs met with Chiefs draft class. Here’s what Reid, Veach, players say

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 41:07


The NFL Draft is in the books and six have joined the Chiefs. On today’s SportsBeat KC, we hear from some and about all of them. Missouri linebacker Nick Bolton and Oklahoma center Creed Humphrey were the team’s top two selections, both in the second round. Joining the draft class after that were Florida State defensive end Josh Kaindoh, Duke tight end Noah Gray, Clemson wide receiver Cornell Powell and Tennessee offensive lineman Trey Smith. Andy Reid kicks off today’s show by commenting on the first two selections. General manager Brett Veach sums up the draft and in between you’ll hear from Bolton and Humphrey. Story links: Grades for Chiefs’ NFL Draft picks, plus analysis of each player’s fit With their final pick of the NFL Draft, Chiefs get even more help for O-line Follow the Chiefs undrafted free agent signings with our live tracker Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

4th and 1
2021 Chiefs NFL Draft Recap: Breaking down the KC draft class

4th and 1

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2021 64:00


The Chiefs address multiple positions with their recent draft class. Tod Palmer and Nick Jacobs give their thoughts on the selections and Tod tells the story how of all he got an All-Juice t-shirt made for Nick. And both remember their friend Terez Paylor.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brothers of Dynasty
2021 Rookies - Kyle Pitts and The Tight Ends

Brothers of Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2021 73:34


We are back with episode # 45. We are on to the 2021 rookie tight ends, but like most , we really just want to talk about Kyle Pitts. We breakdown some of the other tight ends in this class including Pat Freiermuth, Brevin Jordan, Noah Gray, and Hunter Long, and  chat about how we approach this position overall in rookie drafts. We kick off the show with the Sam Darnold trade and end things with another round of trivia. Cheers!

Talkin’ Giants
283 | TE Draft Preview

Talkin’ Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2021 63:34


Bobby and Justin are back talking about their thoughts on the 11th pick as of 4/8, the Giants hired some more coaches and they re-draft the 3rd round pick of the 2020 Draft Draft Preview starts at 20:30 This episode was brought to you by DraftKings Sportsbook Bobby's Players: Kyle Pitts, Brevin Jordan, Tre McKitty, Noah Gray, Carey Angeline, Kenny Yeboah Justin's Players: Pat Freiermuth, Tommy Tremble, Hunter Long, Briley Moore, Tony Poljan, Pro Wells

Fantasy Fanalysts Podcast
The Draft Seminar: 2021 Senior Bowl Quarterbacks and Tight Ends Fantasy Football Preview

Fantasy Fanalysts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2021 335:35


In this episode, John and Matt continue diving into the 2021 Senior Bowl Class. They breakdown the film, college production, and analytic benchmarks for the stars of the class like Jamie Newman of Wake Forest, Kyle Trask of Florida, and Hunter Long out of Boston College. They also breakdown Felipe Franks of Arkansas, Texas A&M's Kellen Mond, and Sam Ehlinger from the University of Texas.  Tight ends are often forgetting about but the guys show you why you do not want to forget about Tony Poljan out of Virginia, Ole Miss' Kenny Yeboah, Duke's Noah Gray, Quintin Morris out of Bowling Green, and Kylen Granson from SMU.  Dynasty Fantasy Football players, Devy Fantasy Football players, and NFL Draft fans will find this episode to be insightful and exciting as the guys get geared up for a great 2021 NFL Draft season.  

Christ Church Memphis
Serving Update: BDC Business Hub Update

Christ Church Memphis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2020 30:23


Director of Missions Grant Caldwell speaks with Noah Gray, Binghampton Development Corporation Executive Director about the recent donation and the massive impact it will have on the neighborhood.

Route Running
RR Scouting Series TEs: Kyle Pitts, Charlie Kolar, Noah Gray & Brant Kuithe

Route Running

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2020 66:15


Alejandro Montoro y Diego Luaces ponen en perspectiva sus notas sobre diversos prospects del Draft de 2021. En el episodio de hoy, acompañados de Agus Exposito de No Huddle, hablan sobre un último grupo de TEs tremendamente interesante y hacen su top 5 de la posición.

XFL Chalk Talk
ACC Football 2021 NFL Draft Prospects

XFL Chalk Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2020 48:02


ACC Football has some star-studded talent that will inject the 2021 Draft with different players outside of the normal SEC and BIG12. With names like Trevor Lawrence, Caleb Farley, and Marvin Wilson, its no doubt there will be a lot of high-end talent, as well as depth in the later rounds with names like Paris Ford, Noah Gray, and Chris Rumph. Listen to us discuss all of the NFL prospects eligible for the 2021 draft in the ACC. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

That's my JAMstack
S2E3 - Jayson J. Phillips the early, intermediate and current eras of the Jamstack

That's my JAMstack

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2020


Quick show notes Our Guest: Jayson J. Phillips What he'd like for you to see: The Media Developers Discord | His Live coding on Twitch His JAMstack Jams: Getting back to simplicity on the web | Tools like Netlify His Musical Jam: Bootsy Collins - I'd Rather Be With You | Karen Harding - Say Something Bryan Robinson 0:05 Hello, everyone, welcome to another fun packed episode of That's My Jamstack, the podcast where we ask that difficult question, what's your jam in the Jamstack? In this week's episode, we chat with Jason J. Phillips, Director of Engineering at a 2U, boot camp instructor and a media developer expert. Bryan Robinson 0:23 Before we dive into the episode, I wanted to mention our sponsor take shape, stick around after the interview to find out more about their content platform or head over to takeshape.io/thatsmyjamstack for more information. Bryan Robinson 0:41 All right, Jason, thanks for being on the show with us today. Jayson J. Phillips 0:43 Appreciate you, Bryan. Glad to be here. Bryan Robinson 0:45 Cool. So tell us a little bit about yourself. What do you do for work? What do you do for fun? Jayson J. Phillips 0:49 Yeah, so by day, I am a director of engineering for boot camp applications at 2U. We house a lot of boot camps web development. FinTech, UX, and a couple others through extension schools at universities. And so at night, I also teach web development and data visualization boot camps, most recently through the UC Berkeley Extension. And University of Denver was my most recent class. Bryan Robinson 1:18 Cool. So you're doing actual technology for companies that are doing boot camps through schools? Is that right? Jayson J. Phillips 1:25 Yeah. So the team that I that I oversee and manage runs a slate of applications that's for all parts of the learning aspect. So we build tools for instructing as we build tools for our students in our boot camps. We integrate LMS as for our learning platforms, so everything from the student is already enrolled to the student graduating, my team plays a role in their software journey. It's never a dull moment, pretty awesome. Bryan Robinson 1:53 So what do you do for fun outside? Obviously, if you're if you're teaching at nights too, then there's not a whole lot of room for that but what's what's your idea of fun. Jayson J. Phillips 2:00 Yeah. So I tend to run far away from technology for fun. While I do enjoy programming and you know tinkering around on my off time, I tend to be away from the house. So hiking outdoor activities. I'm a big cyclist and runner. I'm still trying to eventually chip away at hopefully running for the half marathons in 50 states I've allowed nine states now. So yeah, I try to make up for all the sedentary sitting at the desk by running myself until I can't run anymore. Bryan Robinson 2:36 Cool, so do you do like competitive or re you just doing it like those half marathons just to do the half marathons? Jayson J. Phillips 2:43 Yes. So my tagline is I don't run fast I run far. So that not competitively but I definitely enjoy a lot of the runs for fun and just to beat my my own personal times and then doing some team adventure races. Like there's a series called Ragnar where it's a team of 12 split between two vans and you run 200 miles over 36 hours. Bryan Robinson 3:09 Wow. I'm out of breath for a mile. And that's about that's about as much as I can go. So that is super impressive. Jayson J. Phillips 3:15 I mean, those races is all about the team. Because again, I run far not fast. So on the wrong team I can be probably very disruptive to a group, but it works out well. Bryan Robinson 3:26 Very cool. So So tell us what was your kind of entry point into the idea of the Jamstack or into static sites or wherever you found your way into this cool community? Jayson J. Phillips 3:35 Yeah, so I think the thing that hit me right away about Jamstack is that my first experience on the web, you know, was all static. Back in about 2001 2002, there was a popular platform called Graymatter written by this gentleman on Noah Gray, and it was written in Perl, but it it would take all your content, as text files and all your comments and actually generate static output for your site. So while the compilation step because it would recompile your entire site. So if you had thousands of pages as a blog, and you know, hundreds or thousands of comments, it would take forever. But once it was done, you had this beautiful site that just ran. It had the notion of templating. So I was like really one of the first experiences I ever got of playing around with a static site in any form. And so jumping back into like the modern era, I think it was around 2013. Before then I'd play around with Jekyll and Octopress for a couple years to replace the WordPress sites I've been working on. And then I dove into Wintersmith and Blacksmith was like some of the firt like early NodeJS, static site generators I've worked on. Bryan Robinson 4:46 So I'm curious real fast, because this was actually a conversation I had the other day about Wintersmith and Metalsmith and all all those kinds of first node static site generators and kind of the idea of like, why didn't those take off? Whereas potentially, like, now we've got stuff like, you know, eleventy kind of taking that role. But then on top of that, you know, obviously Gatsby and, and Nuxt and all that. Do you have any thoughts on that? Like, having used that, I used it a little bit, and it was over my head at the time. But like, what, what do you think about that? Jayson J. Phillips 5:20 Yeah, I think the barrier to entry lowered in terms of the setup, right, so I would say the first time I encountered Wintersmith and Blacksmith and a couple other of those types of sites, it was the same thing. It's like, Alright, this seems like a lot of configuration. I got these crazy Gulp processes or some other build process where now, especially with the advent of create react app and other tools, even in Angular and other ecosystems. It's much easier to get a common set of defaults that are a little bit opinionated, but enough that you don't have to mess with it to get started and you can kind of customize as you go, and I think that is what allowed Jekyll to take off when it first came out. Was that outside of a few hours sensible configuration in a YAML file, you could just write markdown and run it as default. It took very little in the way of getting started with it. Bryan Robinson 6:11 Yeah, the configuration is definitely it was a it was a big pain. I mean, honestly, some days when you're just trying to work on a project real fast, it can still be a pain if you don't actually reach for all these tools. Jayson J. Phillips 6:20 Yeah, I mean, it's, this is like the beauty of the the abstractions that we love building on top of, right, let's say, I really think it was just a maturing of the node ecosystem. And also just now we're within arm's length of a tool in almost any ecosystem now, but especially within JavaScript, Bryan Robinson 6:37 in fact, like the cool thing is like we're seeing projects coming up that are like refactoring Jekyll like there's Bridgetown nowadays. That is, you know, trying to say all right, we need a modern Ruby static site generator and Jekyll is just been around the block a few too many times. Yeah, that's Jayson J. Phillips 6:53 And I love to see it right. I think Jekyll for you know really brought static sites back into the forefront. And also outside of purely technical circles, you know, for other people to actually understand the care about it and see what the benefits were. So I think, you know, as we have these round Robins of, hey, this community is pushing that community ideas further And beyond that, who knows where we'll end up in 2025. It'll probably be something where we think the page gets created and the site's updated in like nanoseconds, Bryan Robinson 7:23 hey, there's that there's a JavaScript library for for reading brain process. So who knows? So I'm also curious. So So you've been you've been doing static sites for a long time with with Graymatter kind of being that that first entry point way back in the day. My first entry point was a little bit later, a few years after that with movable type blue. I'm wondering like, like, obviously, we're way better than those systems were back then. I remember I had a blog. They had thousands of posts for newspaper I worked for and it was like a 40 minute compilation step to deal with that. Do you think? Do you think that that timing was kind of the the downside of the static stuff? And is that is that why you think maybe we went dynamic for a number of years and only now coming back with the speed that we've got? Jayson J. Phillips 8:13 Yeah, I do think it had a lot to do with the company system, when b2, which was like the precursor to WordPress first came out, right, like it was competing with MovableType and a couple others at the time, and those were winning out. But then once someone saw that, hey, you could install this on a server and click a button and now you have a blog. And it starts out right away and you can add post right away. I think that's where the shine of the newness of this dynamic content sites came into play. And then I think there was also the piece of we didn't have, I think as advanced ways, generally available to structure content in static sites, whereas WordPress made that a bit easier to reason. So the tools like Drupal, where you could create structure around your content and understand like, what do I mean, when I'm creating a blog post? What do I mean when I'm creating a static page? And I think we will type in those tools as they moved along that over time, didn't have that really as well along with the long compilation steps. Bryan Robinson 9:17 Well, I know even like, later in the game with WordPress at the agency I worked at, we use a plugin called Advanced custom fields, almost any WordPress site we built had that by default, because that structured data was so important. And WordPress, I mean, out of the box didn't give give you a whole lot of structured data. So I think that's an interesting thing as well. But that's that's seeing a resurgence as well in terms of like, we want granularly structured data. Jayson J. Phillips 9:42 Yeah, and especially with a lot of the headless, headless CMS tools out. The awesome part is that there's a lot of different options that allow you to structure that content based on who's structuring it right. So like, with Sanity, you can reflect that in JavaScript files with other tools reflected in the CMS itself. So at the accessibility of structuring that content is really available to whatever type role needs that level of granularity to control it. So I think those tools also helped a lot. And, you know, even like, the pushes that we've had for Semantic Web and semantic structuring of content, even in just markup files and talking about what was it, like microformats, and all these other things, like a lot of that has kind of pushed us to where we are today. Bryan Robinson 10:28 Totally agree. So So we've mentioned a lot of different technologies. We've mentioned a lot of different things from from honestly, the history of the past almost 19 years now. What what's kind of your jam in the Jamstack? What's your favorite service or product? Or maybe it's just a philosophy or a framework? Where are you digging on right now? Jayson J. Phillips 10:45 Yeah, I think for me is getting back to this the simplicity of index page on the web. You know, like a lot of the things that we talked about, I that's what I enjoy most about the philosophies and the approaches of Jamstack You know, as an example, there was a client that I worked on back in 2008. For Fairmont International, a huge international chain of hotels. Every single page was its own index page. It was Yeah, every single page was a folder with an index page in it. For every single locale, language pair, they support it, which was over 50. So at any given moment, I was SFTPing like, hundreds of files, if we haven't changed a global header, and it wasn't a server side include, we had to change it on hundreds of pages. So I think just this approach that we can take these modern tools, and still come up with the simplicity of just another static page is super awesome. Outside of that, I am a huge fan of Netlify. We use it a lot at work to for like AV testing and for launching a bunch of previews for for our deploys for some of our front end applications that are built in react, which allows us to quickly test for UX changes Things like that. So, yeah, Netlify has been increasingly, I've been increasingly using a lot of the portfolio tools. So I, I dig it a lot for my personal blog and other things. Bryan Robinson 12:10 It's really hard to beat. Just the fact that it's all in one like you want you want serverless function, no problem. You want forums, no problem. You want just simple deploy of an HTML page. No problem. Jayson J. Phillips 12:22 Yeah. And I think also, even with stuff like forms, right, I think that solves a problem too, that we had back in the MovableType and other eras. And also in the first wave of static blogs, where we had to rely on Disqus or all these other external tools to get comments and then injected back into our sites. Now we have the full control of being able to build what we want, and or integrate suites. Like I know Gatsby studio is like kind of building up as well. Vercel has got a great, awesome set of tools, with Now or I guess they call that Vercel Now as well. But yeah, I think, you know, with these all in one suites that are leveraging these other platforms, they also make it easier for us to deal with lambda without having to jump into the AWS world and learn about security groups, everything else. So it's pretty awesome. Bryan Robinson 13:10 I had never touched a serverless function until Netlify rolled out their functions, just because it was just too big a pain to go into the into the GUI interface and deal with all that nonsense. I was like, Oh, I have it in your GitHub repository. No problem. Jayson J. Phillips 13:23 Yeah, just that that hole, just put it in a in a single folder. Let us know what folder it is. and it pulls up. I wish we had that when lambda was first being talked about, because that probably would have gotten a lot more adoption. Bryan Robinson 13:35 That would probably be two or three years ahead of where we're at right now. Jayson J. Phillips 13:37 Yeah. It's because I tried lamda once before that, and it was like, and it took me this long, a few years before and I just started playing with Netlify functions maybe like two weeks ago. So and I love how simple it is. Yeah, Bryan Robinson 13:52 You can just a Hello World example takes you know, five minutes to get up and running. It's beautiful. So So how are you using these kind of Jamstack philosophies at work, you know, with all these boot camps, and also, you know, personally, you mentioned your, your blog, but but kind of browse through what you're what you're using right now and how things are going for you. Jayson J. Phillips 14:11 Cool. Yeah, so. So at a previous job, we're using a lot of static page generation for our marketing site and letting that be cached in our system. So that marketing site was lightning fast. It was all static markup. And then we just use the API's for our back end financial platforms to integrate with authentication or integrate stock tickers, all those types of things. So what it enabled us to do was to quickly iterate on our marketing pages, and let the actual full, single page application stay on its own structure. And then it allows us to play with things like mono repos, which allowed us to have like share the common elements between all the different sites, but split architectures where needed at my current role one of our student facing platforms, we use the branch preview feature with Netlify to steady generate our sites and That's probably saved us, I can't tell you how many hours from our own QA process to now, and has made it so much easier to be able to switch between branches change, see the changes, see what changes look like in an integration branch before we actually roll that into master and release it. Jayson J. Phillips 15:16 So that's been super awesome. And then personally, so I do use Sanity.io for their headless CMS solution. I've really enjoyed having a clean interface to go in and write push a button and save it and push another button. And it goes off to the races to build everything. And so just this notion of my site can statically regenerate it whenever I want it to be like, it doesn't have to be recompiled unless I push that button also gives me an interesting level of control over content publishing that I didn't have before. Right, instead of me worrying about some systems timing. I can just say, all right, I release pages every Friday, but I can create my own editorial process around that before we statically build that site on the production. So that's been super awesome for me as well. Bryan Robinson 15:59 The whole idea of having an editorial process and all that is definitely something that is super powerful when it comes to especially like you mentioned, the deploy previews and all that, like you can send it, you can send preview links out to like, get feedback on a post before you launch it. Jayson J. Phillips 16:12 Yeah. And it makes it also makes code reviews, much more accessible and less obstructive, right. So if your reviews are really going to be around the functionality of the code, you can, instead of having to pull it down, you can review the code within GitHub, which is expanded their like code review tools a lot, and just the ease of reviewing code in the site. But then you have the fully launched version on that deploy branch, which, again, just makes that much easier. And then it allows you to do things like hey, I have a similar branch that we can wire up for the API so we can test that API changes. It's just it's just being able to split concerns where you need to at different parts of the process is pretty solid. Bryan Robinson 16:54 So out of curiosity, since since you're doing tech for a lot of these boot camps, and you're and you're teaching web development, Are these things being taught in the boot camps and in the classes? Or is it more traditional Dev, and then oh, by the way, don't forget, there's this new thing coming out, too. Jayson J. Phillips 17:09 So I think there's a mix. For our classes in particular, we do start with a static approach by telling them all about GitHub Pages and getting them used to that for their first set of sites. So for, I could say, probably their first 10 to 12 weeks, every homework, every page, every project they do is being deployed and GitHub Pages statically. And then we make the connection to them of the other tools later in the course. But we never actually get to come back and say, all right, you can launch here but when they get to their second or like end of class project, we have a lot of our students who end up deploying on Netlify or using like Firebase Hosting or even using Heroku and like static generating webpages and and just having it hosted via static folder. So some of the students end up deeper in Jamstack because of their own research, but they definitely get that hint of that throughout. course by talking about GitHub Pages and talking about what that means, and what Jamstack will be for them. Bryan Robinson 18:06 All right, well, so So let's talk about actual music now. What's your actual jam? Where are you listening to what's in your headphones on daily basis? Jayson J. Phillips 18:12 All right, so my favorite song of all time is Bootsy Collins, I Rather Be with You, there's just says something about that intro to I hear that anywhere I stop. And I just end up swaying slowly. As far as songs as I've been listening to you, like, for the last few months, is an artist by the name of Karen Harding, who had some, some really nice like Deep House hits, and one is called Say Something. And it's just a really kind of upbeat, quick, simple song that I hear it and it's like, Okay, I'm ready for the gym. Or I hear it and I'm ready for like, three hours of coding. Or I hear it and I'm like, Alright, 30 more minutes. I'll get on my live stream. Yeah, like it just it's my musical rebel. It's all I love that song. Bryan Robinson 18:59 So, so Also, you know, what are you - What are you looking to promote right now? What What do you want to get out to the Jamstack? community? You know, what, what are you doing that you want to get out there? Jayson J. Phillips 19:06 Yeah, I think first and foremost, which we're both members of, is the awesome media developer experts community. Yeah, we definitely want to make sure folks understand that they could join the discord even if they're not an expert, come join the community to talk about media, especially now that we are moving with heavy Jamstack and we're in that's gaining a lot of steam, that media handling and media expertise is going to be much more important because now image sizes matter when everything else on your page is code split and, and so much smaller. So now we need like a renewed focus on media. Jayson J. Phillips 19:40 The second thing is, you know, I've joined in toss my hat into the Twitch arena. I think for me, I'm sticking a gearing to towards really early stage to mid level engineering. So we'll talk about a lot of topics. I've been working on a movie Tracking site application just giving everyone a piece of functionality every week that we work on and on the stream. So that's been pretty awesome. So if you want to give a kid a follow up, come check it out. Jason J. Phillips, we'll make sure we give you some notes. But uh, yeah, that's, that's the things I've been up to recently that I've definitely want to get out there. Bryan Robinson 20:18 Very cool. I love the live streaming community. I've been a part of it for a couple months now. And it's just absolutely amazing. And I'm glad that you're a part of it. And I'm gonna go click that. That little heart button here in a couple minutes. Jayson J. Phillips 20:30 Yeah, definitely need to swing by, a few others, too. I've loved seeing the individuality amongst everyone. Yeah, when we're all talking about similar topics. It just makes that that ecosystem and that community so vibrant. And folks are so super supportive. It's like, if you're looking for like environments to to learn code, or to even stream code yourself, live streaming, especially on communities like Twitch and I think there's some fun Doing it on Mixer (editors note: Mixer just closed after recording) as well. It's, it's a good place to start and kind of get away from some of the toxicity you might see in other platforms. I don't doubt that it ends up on these platforms as well. But the communities right now are just so helping inclusive and like internally boosting each other, which is super dope. Bryan Robinson 21:19 I love it. Like there's so little judgment that happens. Like, I'm not always the best, like hardcore programmer and I've actually had chat debug my code for me, it was great. It was like a beautiful moment. Jayson J. Phillips 21:30 Yeah, I think the thing I love about that, is that, for my former students, I always model for them a lot that, you know, no matter how experienced you are, you're gonna make you're gonna make errors, you're gonna have bugs, right? The point is for us to kind of learn from those and not repeat it the same way. Right. And so, I do love that there's this freedom to just be yourself as an engineer on a live stream. Yeah. And, I mean, I've definitely had a moment where we were sitting in for 20 minutes trying to figure out why something wasn't working. And it literally was, I refer to the model in my code wrong. And I was like, Yeah, thanks. That's 20 minutes of me sweating and getting frustrated for no reason. Bryan Robinson 22:12 And there is sweat involved. It's it's it can be nerve-wracking in front of in front of a crowd. Jayson J. Phillips 22:17 Yeah, but it's a it's a it's a weird kind of scary freedom. or something. We're like, Jason, I don't get it. I'm like, I know. But there's just something also empowering when people do come in to chat. And you know, there's a message of support or a message of, hey, you missed something like just that. Automatic, like, leaving the house help is super awesome. Bryan Robinson 22:39 Yeah. And like, it's just like sitting in a room with you know, with other developers thinking through a problem it can be just super helpful just to talk to somebody about even that somebody can't talk back. Yeah, Jayson J. Phillips 22:49 and it's, and the community also isn't looking for like the super. Like wunderkind. I've been programming since I was two. So I never heard A bug in my C sharp, right? It's a lot of folks are just looking for folks who look like them or sound like them or have life experiences like them, and actually be able to see them writing code. And I think that's super empowering for all of us to play a role in. Because we don't know who were inspiring next, or who just needed that little bit of validation of, oh, Brian talked about his story. I will link to Brian's story. I could do this, right. And that that for me is like the, the main like, just thing that pulls me into education and into like, live streaming. Bryan Robinson 23:40 Yeah. Or like, Hey, you know, Bryan spent 20 minutes finding a typo in his code. I've done that like five times, maybe I am a programmer. Jayson J. Phillips 23:47 Or someone's like, Oh, I'm not a real programmer, but I'm building a tool to and this is a real thing that happened. I'm building a tool to screenshot my screen. Use OCR to look at my code. And then Tell me if there's better ways to write those functions. Like when you think you're not a real programmer, get out of here, you leave right now. Like, man, you should get on stream and I'm gonna follow you nervous now. Bryan Robinson 24:15 I'm not a programmer, but I wrote this entire thing that honestly, I couldn't do. So that's, that's super impressive. Jayson J. Phillips 24:21 Yeah, it's, uh, it's, it's, it's been amazing. So yeah. For folks out there, and especially in the Jamstack community, if you're looking to do that. Everybody's voices needed. You know, streamers, watch each other. People will watch each other stream. It's a super awesome thing. Bryan Robinson 24:36 Yeah, definitely. Cool. So I appreciate you taking the time to be on the show with us today and to share your thoughts and experience so keep doing amazing things on the web in the Jamstack. Jayson J. Phillips 24:44 Bryan, appreciate you. I love what you're doing here and thanks for having me on the show. Bryan Robinson 24:54 Hey, everyone, it's Bryan again. I want to thank Jason again for being on the show and I want to take a moment to thank you are listening community is one of the many things that makes the Jamstack shine. And you all keep me coming back week after week. Before we get to our sponsor, be sure to like part star favorite or whatever in your podcast app of choice, and spread the word about the amazing people doing awesome stuff in our community. And now for our sponsor, if you listen to season one you're probably aware of take shape by now. But as a reminder, take shape is a content platform for the Jamstack take shape has a headless content management system, easy to use GraphQL API, a static site generator and an amazing new product called match a service that can tie together multiple API's into their handy graph qL interface if you're doing anything with content on the Jamstack Be sure to check them out at takeshape.io/thatsmyjamstack. That's it for this week. Thanks again for listening. And we'll see you back here for the next awesome episode. Transcribed by https://otter.ai Intro/outtro music by bensound.com Support That's my JAMstack by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/thats-my-jamstack

Behind the Headlines Podcast
1024: Rebuilding neighborhoods

Behind the Headlines Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2019 26:48


Roshun Austin, President/CEO of The Works, Inc.; Noah Gray, Executive Director of Binghampton Development Corporation; and Steve Lockwood, Executive Director of Frayser Community Development Corporation discuss the efforts in their respective communities towards neighborhood development and revitalization with Bill Dries, reporter for the Daily Memphian, and host Eric Barnes.

Conversations From A Room
Noah Gray "America's Sweetheart"

Conversations From A Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2019 35:03


A man that means so goddam much to me, Noah Gray ladies and gentlemen! This guy right here has been a part of my life for so long that I consider him a brother (even though I would never want him in my family). We discuss his life in politics and his career as a man of “the press.” We eventually talk about fun stuff, don’t worry. Like Truman Capote dropping in as a special guest to promote “Love Handles.” (yes, that’s what I said). Love, KrisAlso if anyone knows how to get in touch with Seth Rogan, DM Noah or I. We’re serious…Shout out to Max Eisenberg who’s birthday was the day this episode was recorded. Happy Birthday Max! October 5th, 2019 (@mjeisenberg)Ad 1: “Toasters Coasters” (nothing to do with toasters)Ad 2: “Hat’s For Your Penis”Ad 3: “Candles For Your Handles” Ad 4: “Love Your Love Handles” brought to you by “Truman Capote” (@skylermckin)Theme by @gilbertlouieraymusicInstagram: @noahgray7 @kristianlugoQuestions? Concerns? Lonely? Email me! - kristian.lugo33@gmail.com

They Teach That
STN Students of the Year Panel - 2019 Convention

They Teach That

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2019 85:00


A panel discussion held at the 2019 STN Convention with four former Student of the Year winners. Noah Gray (2010), Aaron Sortal (2015), Jordan Elder (2016), and Shelby Doroshow (2018) offer insight from their experiences as students and discuss how they're navigating the beginning of their careers. Music in this episode was produced by Digital Juice.

Primatech Files Podcast
155 – Adam Sklar Interview

Primatech Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2016 25:33


155 – Adam Sklar Interview   Ricky interviews the Author of the Heroes Fan Novel, Heroes Godsend, Adam Sklar – discussion includes finding out about Adam, what inspired him, how he first started watching Heroes, favourite character, influences on his writing style, idea for Heroes Godsend and influences, how long the novel took to write, did Heroes Reborn have any influence on Heroes Godsend, the ideas for the powers, the idea of Noah Gray and his parentage, thoughts on Heroes Reborn, favourite Heroes Reborn character, what’s to come in the future for Heroes Godsend, Nomad/HRG, Godsend Device/Fringe comparisons, the timeline of the new Heroes Godsend chapters, after ideas to be set after Heroes Reborn, and canon characters who weren’t used that well.   You can find out more about Adam on his Facebook page facebook.com/sklarlightwo   Follow Primatech Files on their social media – just search “Primatech Files” on facebook, tumblr, youtube, twitter or clammr. You can also email primatechfiles@gmail.com or find them on their individual twitters @rickyjdiaz or @lilithhellfire   NB There may be spoilers in this review    

Primatech Files Podcast
141 - Noah Gray Cabey Interview

Primatech Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2016 26:44


141 - Noah Gray Cabey Interview   Ricky and Lilith interview HeroTruther Micah Sanders himself, Noah Gray Cabey – discussion includes squad names, memories from Heroes Prime, set life, his thoughts on the evolution of Micah, his characters ultimate motivation, the Graphic Novels about Rebel, he tells us some cut scenes from Heroes Reborn, playing the piano, enrolling into college and his major, the mythical text group of Heroes Prime cast, where he was when he heard about Heroes Reborn, his role on Dark Matters, theory crafting Evil Micah, Henry Zebrowski talk, plans for after graduation, old soul Micah, plans for AIM CD?, does he keep up with My Wife and Kids cast? and #EvilMicahForSeason2   You can follow Noah on his twitter @NGrayCabey or his instagram Noah_GrayCabey   Follow Primatech Files on their social media – just search “Primatech Files” on facebook, tumblr, youtube, twitter or clammr. You can also email primatechfiles@gmail.com or find them on their individual twitters @rickyjdiaz or @lilithhellfire   NB There may be spoilers in this review

Boy Cow Radio
45: Wear the Coat

Boy Cow Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2015 43:51


BCR's guest this week is Mark's son Noah! And Travis was super lazy last week, which means he has a ton of movies to give Wheels of Cheese to: Seven Days in Hell, Jurassic World, Chappie, Terminator Genisys, and more! Mark also contributes some stories about the various times he's filmed sex scenes, Noah talks about his time coaching summer camp, and Jeffrey is just kind of there, like always. Also, Inspector Spacetime comes up again, but not in the way you'd expect... We want to hear from you - give us your feedback and maybe we’ll give you a shout-out on the show! Visit us at facebook.com/boycowradio; or on Twitter: @BoyCowRadio! Co-hosted by Travis Richey (@TheTravisRichey) and Mark W. Gray (@RocketPictures), with special guest Noah Gray. Produced by Jeffrey Gardner (@jeffaplus).

Devy Debate
Draft Profile Ep:4 Tight Ends

Devy Debate

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1970 54:25


Austin, Felix, and Matt breakdown four of the incoming rookie tight ends. Tommy Tremble out of Notre Dame, Zach Davidson out of Central Missouri, Noah Gray out of Duke, and Brevin Jordan out of Miami (FL). Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/devy-debate/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy