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On the 58th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by head coaching legend and Pro Football Hall of Fame brother Tony Dungy (05:35 – 48:06). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (01:02 – 04:48). Morten talks about the importance of giving back to the community, as his foundation hosts its annual “Special Teams for Special Ops” event this weekend in Atlanta.We then move to our interview with Tony Dungy, where he discusses a wide range of topics: the impact of faith on his life and coaching (07:54); his dad - a Tuskegee Airmen and a man of principle (11:15); advice for young black coaches coming up in the NFL today (13:46); how being a great Christian may have cost him NFL job opportunities (15:06); thoughts on having Drew Brees as his new broadcast partner (18:24); thoughts on Peyton and Eli Manning on Monday Night Football (19:35); his coaching philosophy - "looking for uncommon people" (20:30); creating a winning culture in Tampa Bay (24:06); being fired by the Bucs after lots of winning (26:55); getting the call from Jim Irsay and the Colts (28:56); picking the Buccaneers to repeat as Super Bowl champs (30:26); why the 2000s Colts were a special group (31:23); his immediate thoughts after winning Super Bowl XLI (34:15); making history by coaching against another black head coach in the Super Bowl (35:05); thoughts on the Colts undertaking a midseason "Hard Knocks" season (36:24); why he thinks Aaron Rodgers will return to Green Bay next season (37:00); funny story of Warren Sapp asking for a trade out of Tampa Bay (38:23); and this week's edition of "The Name Game," featuring Peyton Manning, Marvin Harrison, Edgerrin James, Reggie Wayne, Dwight Freeney, Warren Sapp, Rondé Barber, John Lynch, Mike Alstott and Warrick Dunn (39:42).Then we move to this week's edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for the five biggest games of the football weekend (50:14 – 57:39). Morten gives his picks for Chargers at Ravens (51:12), Cardinals at Browns (52:44), Bills at Titans (53:32), Packers at Bears (54:39), and Texans at Colts (55:44). Plus, a college special on the way out as #10 Michigan State takes their undefeated record into Indiana to take on the Hoosiers (56:59).Finally, we close things out with “Morten's Game Winner” – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten talks about Tony Dungy, and how he exemplifies what it takes to be an uncommon man (57:39).
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On today's episode, host Stephen Reed talks with a Colts All-Time great and Future Hall to Famer WR Reggie Wayne. Reggie gives his unique perspective on a variety of topics including his time as a team leader, the Peyton Manning comments about the New England Patriots locker room bugging and the new Taunting penalties. A special thanks to DraftKings Sportsbook where customers can have same game parlays up to $25 and participate in their new and exciting Wild Cards, which offer $50 Million in total prizes, including a trip to the Super Bowl. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On the Thursday edition of The Best of The Doug Gottlieb Show, Doug says that the one thing that never lets us down in sports is post-season baseball. He explains that the Dodgers winning and how they won is what post-season baseball is all out. Former pro-bowl receiver Reggie Wayne joins Doug to talk about his career, Peyton Manning and receivers around the NFL that remind him of himself. Doug explains why he thinks the playoffs for major league baseball did not start with the wild card games, that it starts with the division series because a series is how baseball determines which team is better. Doug explains the tale of two cities, with rookie Justin Fields getting the start with Chicago this week and rookie Trey Lance getting the start with San Francisco. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
With the Rams and Seahawks playing on Thursday night, Doug reveals who will win and the over/under. Doug explains the main reason why the Packers signed linebacker Jaylon Smith. Former pro-bowl receiver Reggie Wayne joins Doug to talk about his career, Peyton Manning and receivers around the NFL that remind him of himself. Plus, Dan Beyer takes Doug through the Thursday edition of "The Press". Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
(00:00-25:40) – Thursday's show begins with a visit from a Colts legend Reggie Wayne who talks on being named a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the third year in a row and what he tried to emulate when on the field during his 14 year career. Plus, he shares what he feels Reggie also reflects on former Colts teammates Peyton Manning, Edgerrin James and Marvin Harrison making the hall of fame over the last few years. (25:41-37:05) – Dan reflects back on the conversation with Reggie Wayne from last segment and reviews the incredible career Wayne had with the Colts. Plus, Dan shares some audio from Frank Reich on Carson Wentz and the QB situation heading into Week 3 at Tennessee. (37:06-1:00:28) – The Voice of the Colts Matt Taylor joins the program to give his final thoughts on the Colts heading into their first road game of the season when they travel to Tennessee on Sunday. Matt also evaluates the Colts 0-2 start and discusses the uncertainty surrounding the quarterback position with Carson Wentz's status still up in the air. (1:00:29-1:17:46) – Our golf expert Ryan Burr aka Burrstradamus stops by to hand out his best bets for The Ryder Cup which starts tomorrow through the weekend. (1:17:47-1:18:56) – Dan closes the hour by asking Jimmy for some breaking news regarding Carson Wentz status at Colts practice. Plus, a look ahead to the rest of the show. (1:18:57-1:39:42) – Longtime NFL coach and current color analyst for the Titans Radio Network Dave McGinnis stops by gives us the latest from Tennessee as they prepare for the Colts. Dave also takes us through the keys, if any, to stopping Derrick Henry. Coach McGinnis also shares some stories from his coaching days including when he joining the Chicago Bears staff during the days of the legendary Walter Payton. (1:39:43-1:52:29) – The talented Mike Wells, Colts beat writer for ESPN, jumps in to look at the Colts lack of depth at the quarterback position, Wentz's status for Sunday, and the outlook for the Colts in Week 3 at Tennessee. (1:52:30-1:56:54) –The show ends on a Thursday with Dan sharing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Dan also talks more on the Colts and hands out a bet he likes best today. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's Best of Features: (00:00-25:11) Colts legend Reggie Wayne talks on being named a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the third year in a row and what he tried to emulate when on the field during his 14 year career. Plus, he shares what he feels Reggie also reflects on former Colts teammates Peyton Manning, Edgerrin James and Marvin Harrison making the hall of fame over the last few years. (25:12-42:55) – The Voice of the Colts Matt Taylor joins the program to give his final thoughts on the Colts heading into their first road game of the season when they travel to Tennessee on Sunday. Matt also evaluates the Colts 0-2 start and discusses the uncertainty surrounding the quarterback position with Carson Wentz's status still up in the air. (42:56-1:02:52) – Longtime NFL coach and current color analyst for the Titans Radio Network Dave McGinnis stops by gives us the latest from Tennessee as they prepare for the Colts. Dave also takes us through the keys, if any, to stopping Derrick Henry. Coach McGinnis also shares some stories from his coaching days including when he joining the Chicago Bears staff during the days of the legendary Walter Payton. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In 2020, Frank Reich's Colts offense converted 60% of its fourth down attempts. He hasn't changed, so what has? Reggie Wayne was a #2 option for Peyton Manning for his first six seasons behind Hall of Fame Marvin Harrison, and still put up numbers and success worthy of a gold jacket! I'll tell you how he did it! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Colts legendary running back Edgerrin James joined the Ride with JMV on 93.5 and 107.5 The Fan in Indianapolis to discuss his mindset going into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this weekend. James also breaks down his relationships with Colts owner Jim Irsay and reflects on his time with Peyton Manning, Reggie Wayne, Marvin Harrison and the Colts.
It's Memorial Day and since we did not do a Live Monday show we didn't want to leave you without an episode. So we jumped in the archives to make a best of episode that will be a fun recap for the loyal listener as well as a great introduction to all our newer listeners. This episode has clips featuring: Stefon Diggs, Chris Johnson, Jeremy Chinn, Plaxico Burress, Tyrod Taylor, Xavien Howard, Reggie Wayne, Booger Mcfarland, Tyson Branch, Renee Montgomery, D'qwell Jackson, Budda Baker, Robert Mathis, Devin McCourty, Michael Bapis, Tevin Allen (Goldfeet Global), Mikey Taylor, Jerraud Powers, Eric Weddle, Rudy Gay, Kenny Moore II, Matt Forte, Eric Ebron, Vernon Davis, Lou Young. This one is fast paced and filled with great little windows into bigger better episodes. We appreciate you for listening. Enjoy
The South Florida flavor continues on All Things Covered as we welcome our second Miami Hurricane in as many weeks. Santana Moss not only dominated on the college stage at 'The U' but brought that playmaking ability to the league for a successful 14-year NFL career. He joins co-hosts Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden to discuss his path and shares some tremendous stories along the way (31:00). But first, Pat and BMac chop things up, starting with another big announcement from P2 himself (1:15)! It's NFL Draft week, as the guys take a trip down memory lane to the 2011 draft before quickly analyzing what's in store for the 2021 draft (8:00). What will the Vikings do at #14? "Has Pat Heard!?" truly puts a traveling Pat Peterson to the test (15:45), while "21 Questions" explores why Ronde Barber isn't in the Hall of Fame (22:30). After halftime, we bring a wide receiver into the game plan (31:00). Santana Moss grew up in Miami, but his allegiances weren't solely to the hometown Hurricanes during his youth. He explains why he adored the Seminoles all the way until they failed to offer him coming out of high school. The guys then explore Moss' time at 'The U', how his freshmen class was able to restore glory to the program, what it was like seeing them win a national title the year after he left and if the refs had something against the school. Is that 2001 squad the best college team ever? We jump to the pros as Santana offers his reaction to being a 1st-round selection alongside college teammate Reggie Wayne, Daniel Snyder's desire to bring him to Washington and the perception of undersized wide receivers. Our guest balled out in 2005 once arriving in DC and tells us what led to that breakout campaign. Santana has been open before about drinking Hennessy pregame, but the legend goes to another level when discussing a matchup vs. the Cowboys in 2007. Sean Taylor was the heartbeat for both Miami and WFT, as Moss details the profound impact his passing had on so many people. Superlatives focus on the Mount Rushmore of Miami Hurricanes and the most under-appreciated WR in the game. 'All Things Covered' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. You can listen to All Things Covered on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast." Visit the All Things Covered YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/allthingscovered Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AllThingsCoveredPod Follow Pat on Instagram and Twitter Follow BMac on Instagram and Twitter Follow All Things Covered on Instagram and Twitter Produced by: @E_DeBerardinis For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Host Sosa Kremenjas is joined by former host Brad Mader to discuss many topics related to the Los Angeles Rams. The duo discusses certain over and under marks for both statistics and playing time related to the TE position that includes Tyler Higbee and Brycen Hopkins, the RB position including Cam Akers and Darrell Henderson, and the front-seven, which includes EDGE's Leonard Floyd and Ogbonnia Okoronkwo. Sosa and Brad also discuss the case former New Englands Patriots WR Julian Edelman has for the Hall of Fame and why he isn't a good option. Instead, they make the case for former NFL players Torry Holt, Henry Ellard, Hines Ward, and Reggie Wayne. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jeffrey Gorman and Larra Overton are back on this week's podcast joined by Jim Nagy, Executive Director of the Reese’s Senior Bowl, to talk about the Senior Bowl, the upcoming draft prospects and Reggie Wayne being inducted into the Senior Bowl Hall of Fame.
Panthers and Heat always play on the same day and then nobody plays on days in between. Reggie Wayne lied to Leroy last year on Radio Row. Ed Reed wants to coach at the coordinator level or above. What do Heat have to do on road trip to be successful. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We previewed Super Bowl LV between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Milwaukee Bucks’ defensive woes were the next topic of discussion. We moved to our picks for the upcoming NFL Hall of Fame. We concluded with a trading card scenario – Torry Holt’s 1999 Skybox RC or Reggie Wayne’s 2001 Topps RC. Who would you take? CONNECT WITH US: Instagram: @backporchtalkpodcast Website: https://backporchtalkpodcast.com Twitter: @back_podcast
As the NFL Hall of Fame 2021 inductees are about to be announced, we put together who we thought may make the Hall of Fame (HOF). Finalists are: a. Jared Allen, DE – 2004-2007 Kansas City Chiefs, 2008-2013 Minnesota Vikings, 2014-2015 Chicago Bears, 2015 Carolina Panthers b. Ronde Barber, DB – 1997-2012 Tampa Bay Buccaneers c. Tony Boselli, T -- 1995-2001 Jacksonville Jaguars, 2002 Houston Texans (injured reserve) d. LeRoy Butler, S -- 1990-2001 Green Bay Packers e. Alan Faneca, G -- 1998-2007 Pittsburgh Steelers, 2008-09 New York Jets, 2010 Arizona Cardinals f. Torry Holt, WR -- 1999-2008 St. Louis Rams, 2009 Jacksonville Jaguars g. Calvin Johnson, WR – 2007-2015 Detroit Lions h. John Lynch, FS -- 1993-2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2004-07 Denver Broncos i. Peyton Manning, QB – 1998-2011 Indianapolis Colts, 2012-2015 Denver Broncos j. Clay Matthews, LB – 1978-1993 Cleveland Browns, 1994-1996 Atlanta Falcons k. Sam Mills, LB -- 1986-1994 New Orleans Saints, 1995-97 Carolina Panthers l. Richard Seymour, DE/DT -- 2001-08 New England Patriots, 2009-2012 Oakland Raiders m. Zach Thomas, LB -- 1996-2007 Miami Dolphins, 2008 Dallas Cowboys n. Reggie Wayne, WR -- 2001-2014 Indianapolis Colts o. Charles Woodson, DB – 1998-2005, 2013-2015 Oakland Raiders, 2006-2012 Green Bay Packers CONNECT WITH US: Instagram: @backporchtalkpodcast Website: https://backporchtalkpodcast.com Twitter: @back_podcast
Jeffrey Gorman and Larra Overton are joined by Mike Chappell of FOX59 and CBS4. Chappell is a long-time member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee and he made the presentation for Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne this year as well as Edgerrin James in 2020. The group talked about the former Colts as well as Manning and Wanye's possible induction into the Hall of Fame. They also spoke about the 2021 offseason for the Colts and the holes they need to address. Jeffrey and Larra then spoke with Casey Vallier about the conference championships and Super Bowl matchup between Tom Brady and the Buccaneers vs. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.
On tonight's Last Word, Matt Taylor and Jeffrey Gorman discuss what the Colts do next at quarterback with the retirement of Philip Rivers. The guys also discuss Marcus Brady taking over as offensive coordinator. Clark Judge from the Talk of Fame Network and Hall of Fame voter stops by to discuss Rivers' Hall of Fame candidacy, the chances of Reggie Wayne getting in this year and more.
Philip Rivers' retirement has left a big opening at the Colts' quarterback position. Mike Chappell, Dave Griffiths and Joe Hopkins start the show by discussing coaching hires around the league, including Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni taking the head coaching job in Philadelphia. The fellas then discuss Rivers' Hall of Fame worthiness and explore the Colts' options to replace him (13:28). The crew ends the show by discussing Chappell's HOF presentations for Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne (52:48).
On today's podcast, Jim is joined by hall of fame voter and Lions beat writer for the Detroit Free Press Dave Birkett to breakdown the hall of fame candidacy of former Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin "Megatron" Johnson. Jim and Dave first discuss the combination of speed, size, and athleticism that made Johnson a nightmare for opposing defensive backs (3:12). Next, they cover his record-breaking 2012 NFL season, Randy Moss, Barry Sanders, what Dave uses as a measuring stick for HOF wideouts, and how Johnson compares to fellow HOF WR finalists Torry Holt and Reggie Wayne (6:22). Finally, they discuss their thoughts on Johnson getting into the HOF this year or ever for that matter (26:37), before ranking the top wide receivers of the 21st century (29:26).
Cousin Sal’s New Year’s resolution is to question everything. Reactions to Devonta Smith winning the 2020 Heisman and Dave thinks the NFL MVP needs rebranding (02:00). Steelers/Browns line moves and why can’t Kevin Stefanski coach from inside a bubble. Charlotte doesn’t think two Cleveland Browns players drag racing is a big deal. Who should Rams start Jared Goff or John Wolford and Dave wonders if you needed an emergency quarterback off the street who would it be (17:15)? Pro Football Hall of Fame discussion, Dave thinks Reggie Wayne is more deserving than Calvin Johnson (40:30). This NHL season, divisions will have corporate sponsor names (47:30).
Khari Willis was full go at practice. Colts are going to need him. Pacers play the beard tonight, while Georgetown is a team Butler should beat. Peyton Manning will be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame while Reggie Wayne may have to wait. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
The Hall of Fame head coach joins the show to talk about decisiveness from ownership being the key to changing the NFL’s minority coach and GM problem (14:28). Dungy also explains why he supports the league’s proposal to award teams draft picks for losing minority coaches or executives (22:39). And he says Peyton Manning should be a first ballot Hall of Famer and Reggie Wayne should join him in Canton (32:44). Plus, Steve and Jim call out the double standard on how the media reports on minorities (02:25).
AB and DB welcome special guest to the show and it did not disappoint. Reggie Wayne is a Legend in every way. In Part 2 he told us about learning from watching Marvin Harrison and picking the brain of his Defensive teammates. He also answers listener questions and the answers are great. So check out Part 1 if you haven't yet and be ready to enjoy part 2.. Enjoy
AB and DB welcome special guest to the show and it did not disappoint. Reggie Wayne is a Legend in every way and told us stories from childhood to the pros. This is a 2 parter so be prepared to hear about Reggie's upbringing, high school, college recruiting and time at The U. Plus a Draft Day story you will want to hear. So check out Part 1 and be ready for part 2 to drop tomorrow.. enjoy
Indianapolis Colts Head Coach, Frank Reich, spoke with the media about how Philip Rivers has taken command of the offense and offered congratulations to Rodrigo Blankenship on being named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week along with Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne being named semi-finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Charlie connects with Reggie Wayne, one of the most beloved figures in Colts history, to discuss a wide range of items including his first impression of Philip Rivers in Indy, his conversation this week with a slumping T.Y. Hilton, missing being around Andrew Luck, and insight on the Colts taking action for racial equality. The NFL's 10th all-time leading pass catcher (yards, receptions) also dishes on the state of the wide receiver position across the league and his pal Edgerrin James' big plans for 2021 at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Plus: Reggie's quest to win big this weekend for the American Heart Association during DraftKings Reignmakers competition.
Leslie has already been recalled, so it’s time for her to be a loose cannon! This is one of our “Pawneeans are pretty darn dumb” episodes, so hope you’re ready for some stupidity. A full hour of stupidity! Sadly, Ben ends up out of a job by the end of this episode, and it’s all Leslie’s fault. They also seem to forget she still has a job within the parks and rec department, but let’s not worry about that.Meanwhile, Chris is reading a ton of baby books authored by celebrities, Ron gets metaphorical with Moby Dick, and just about everyone else is comparing the Parks people to dogs. Indianapolis Colts legends Andrew Luck and Reggie Wayne are back in this episode, too, for some reason.Plus, the top radio stations from our childhood, how gross the Drink Ums Gatorade knock-off drinks look, parties with frogs, and we’re helping Sean out with some potential matches on Hinge.EPISODES6, E8: FluorideDRINKS OF THE EPISODEFamily Busines Beer Co. German Style LagerPineapple Austin EastcidersParks and Rec (!) from Zilker BrewingTOP 5 OF THE EPISODEPeriodic Table Elements and Types of Animals CATEGORIESGame Shows
Big Drew and Jim open up the show with a serious discussion on the recent current events happening in America and get into Reggie Wayne’s Lions jab; your commitment to Matthew Stafford; the NBA’s proposed date to return to action; the Mets not cutting Tim Tebow; and their Top Five actors/actresses:- We don’t know what to do about the current issues in America. Also, Jim Harbaugh provides his thoughts on the George Floyd death in Minneapolis.- Reggie Wayne tries to pile on the Lions. Do the Lions have a free agency problem?- How committed are you to Matthew Stafford?- The NBA has a proposed date to return of July 31st. Do you think that date is feasible?- The Mets cut numerous minor league players, but NOT Tim Tebow. Are you surprised at all by this?- “Top Five at Five”: Who are your Top Five actors/actresses you will watch in anything?
In the second hour: Beetle discusses his latest COVID-19-related purchase, a tool that helps him not touch surfaces… Plus, former receiver Reggie Wayne discussed his time in NE on a podcast and the bonus he received, but does that add up with the story he told us a few years back… And, we take a look back in a new edition of This Day in Show History.
This week we have long time sports radio broadcaster and personality Derek Schultz on the Romanus Records Pod. He is a local to Indianapolis so this episode may be a little more centralized for Indiana listeners, however his rise through the ranks of sports broadcasting has so many parallels to the rise of so many independent artists, bands, labels, & more and we are excited to tell his story as we look to bring you a variety of guests. From making steaks at outback to get his first crack in the business, to hosting a weekly Indianapolis Colts show with Reggie Wayne. To see all Romanus Records news, releases, & more check out our site below. romanusrecords.com
We’re celebrating a ton of bachelor parties (and one bachelorette party). That means a lot of fancy drinks, penis-shaped items, and general shenanigans. The boys certainly have a better time, though, between Settlers of Catan and tossing a football around with members of the Indianapolis Colts. There are also a lot of celebrity cameos in this episode, so hope everyone is keeping a close eye on things.Plus, we’re talking about former professional athletes, how you can turn any meal into brunch, childhood schoolyard games, and Sean lets us know how many mini Totinos Pizza Rolls he ate the other day. Spoiler alert: it’s an uncomfortable amount.This episode is also FILLED with great quotes, so if you need fun things to say around the house over the coming weeks, we’ve got you covered.EPISODES5, E10: Two PartiesDRINK OF THE EPISODELocal Buzz Honey Rye Golden Ale from Four Corners Brewing Co.Hop Rising Double IPA from Squatters Craft BeerAustin Eastciders SangriaTOP 5 OF THE EPISODECurrent NFL Quarterbacks I’d Like to Catch a Touchdown Pass FromCATEGORIESBoard Games
CBS Sports HQ football analyst Bryant McFadden joined the show to discuss his memories playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers and about his NFL Draft sleepers.The two-time Super Bowl champion talked about how he and his Steelers teammates would travel to different cities to eat, shop and live like rock stars.It includes one of his Steelers teammates who had to get a private driver to take him from New York City to Pittsburgh in the middle of a snowstorm.Follow Mark Bergin on social media: Facebook, Twitter, InstagramFollow Ike Taylor on social media: Facebook, Twitter, InstagramFollow Bryant McFadden on social media: Facebook, Twitter, InstagramIntro Music: Louie Kaczmarek
In this packed episode, Dan & Bobby begin with remembering the life of NBA legend and 5-time champion Kobe Bryant, as well as the other 8 victims of the tragic helicopter crash on January 26th, 2020. The following segments take a look at the Saturday portion of Super Bowl weekend in Miami, where 5 modern era NFL players will be selected to the Hall of Fame, and the NFL Honors will award trophies to standout performers in the NFL's 100th season. A short break to discuss the winter soccer transfer window follows and the episode wraps up with a preview of Super Bowl LIV between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers.IntroKobe Bryant: 1:33NFL Hall of Fame: 8:42NFL Honors/Awards: 20:13Soccer: 42:08Super Bowl LIV: 47:55
1. Initial thoughts on Super Bowl LIV Me: -Opposite styles attract! Hal: Both teams have good offensive lines, especially at OT…and good DL too 2. Truth/Exaggeration -The 49ers ground game will be even more difficult for the Chiefs to stop than that of the Titans -The Chiefs wide receivers against the Niners DB’s is the biggest mismatch in favor of the Chiefs -Jimmy Garoppolo will have to throw for at least 250+ yards and 2 TD’s for the Niners to win -The Chiefs will have to allow less than 150 rushing yards for them to win -The 49ers will start the game throwing it over the yard with the Chiefs anticipating the run -Andy Reid should be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame one day REGARDLESS of Sunday’s outcome -A Niners win means that Kyle Shanahan’s father Mike will be enshrined in Canton within the next five years 3. David and Hal’s picks of the Modern Era Finalists for the Pro Football HOF Class of 2020 -Troy Polamalu, Steve Atwater, John Lynch, LeRoy Butler, Edgerrin James, Isaac Bruce, Torry Holt, Reggie Wayne, Tony Boselli, Alan Faneca, Steve Hutchinson, Richard Seymour, Bryant Young, Sam Mills, Zach Thomas 4. 2019 NFL Awards AWARD DAVID’S CHOICE HAL’S CHOICE MVP Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Offensive POY Michael Thomas Christian McCaffrey Defensive POY Shaq Barrett Stephon Gilmore Offensive ROY Josh Jacobs Josh Jacobs Defensive ROY Nick Bosa Nick Bosa Comeback POY Ryan Tannehill Dalvin Cook Fantasy POY Christian McCaffrey Christian McCaffrey Breakout POY Courtland Sutton Shaq Barrett Most Improved POY Davante Parker Josh Allen Coach of the Year Kyle Shanahan Mike Vrabel Assistant Coach of the Year Greg Roman Dante Scarnecchia 5. Super Bowl LIV Analysis and Game Predictions -Key matchups: Nick Bosa vs. Eric Fisher, DeForest Buckner vs. Stefan Wisniewski -Rank these four potential deciding factors in order of importance for this game: Average starting field position, RZ efficiency, time of possession, turnovers -Predictions of final score, MVP, and unsung hero 6. BOLD PREDICTIONS ME: Dee Ford strip-sacks Patrick Mahomes on the final drive of the game to seal the win for the Niners HAL: Chiefs defense is going to hold the 49ers offense to 60 rushing yards or less 7. Challenge Flags ME: Jimmy G…shut the haters up and show us who you really are HAL: Patrick Mahomes…this is the year of destiny for you. SEIZE IT!!!!!
Will Indianapolis greats Edgerrin James and Reggie Wayne be voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this weekend? Our own Mike Chappell -- a member of the selection committee -- gives us insight into the process as we analyze the former Colts' resumes and compare them to the other 13 players vying for the five modern day spots. We also hear from Wayne as our Chris Hagan was able to get a quick word with him down in Miami.
Mike and Chris Simms talk with Stefon Diggs, Mike talks about Deion Sanders comments that there are enough players in the NFL HOF, Reggie Wayne interview and a discussion about Clark Hunt and Patrick Mahomes. | 01-29-20 Hour 1
Florio & Simms are in Miami for Super Bowl LIV(0:00) Former Colts WR Reggie Wayne on being a finalist for the Hall of Fame, his favorite 'Psycho Peyton Manning' story, and that one time when Tony Dungy almost cursed.(13:45) Saints RB Alvin Kamara on Brees & Taysom, Sean Payton's bizarre motivational tactics, and the baddest dude on the 49ers D.(24:50) Vikings WR Stefon Diggs on the turning point for Kirk Cousins, the next steps for Minnesota, and scouting reports for the 49ers & Chiefs.
CBB Picks Jan 23-26, Toilet Bowl and Eli Retires (epi 387) – Reggie Wayne Episode Jeffrey “Coach” Belanger host of the Gambling Chalk Talk Podcast in Episode 387 the Reggie Wayne episode. The Coach reflects on the importance of Eli Manning to the NFL Community and answers a couple listener […] The post CBB Picks Jan 23-26, Toilet Bowl and Eli Retires (epi 387) appeared first on Gambling Chalk Talk Podcast.
JMV hosts this week's Colts Happy Hour featuring head coach Frank Reich talking with Matt Taylor. JMV talked with Reggie Wayne, Parris Campbell and Clayton Geathers about Training Camp and 2019 expectations. Also Larra Overton sat down with NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero and Mike Silver about the national perspective on the 2019 Indianapolis Colts.
Season 9, Episode 125 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can and in this Tuesday show, Alex Kozora and I open things up by discussing how players post their video workouts on Instagram.The Steelers expect a big jump out of second-year players Terrell Edmunds and James Washington in 2019 so we spend a little time on that topic and especially talking about the latter of the two players. What kind of production should we expect out of Washington in 2019 and will he wind up being the No. 2 wide receiver like Reggie Wayne believes he’ll be?Alex and I move on to discuss some recent tape study that I did on Steelers rookie wide receiver Diontae Johnson. That leads to us talking some about all the good we observed out of one specific route that he ran last season against Nevada.Steelers running back James Conner made the media rounds on Monday so Alex and I recap what all that he said that we deem was important.Alex recently looked back at the 2018 season that Steelers cornerback Mike Hilton had so we discuss his findings as well as the touchdown he gave up late in the loss to the Oakland Raiders last season.Alex and I go over a few Steelers players that might sign new contract between the end of the 2019 season and this same time next year. We also go over the priority/probability list of Steelers players that might sign extensions before the start of the 2019 regular season.We cover a few more items and then proceed to answer a few listener emails we have received recently to close out this episode.As always, several other smaller talking points are mixed in throughout the show that are not highlighted here in this post.Thanks for listening and don’t forget to call or email with questions or comments and please pass us along to your friends!
On this week’s episode of Keeping it 300 Fallon and James are joined by 6x Pro Bowler and Super Bowl Champion Receiver, Reggie Wayne.It’s official, the Oakland Raiders will be featured on HBO’s Hard Knocks this year, they react to the news and explain why this will be must see tv, not a distraction, and actually great for the franchise despite the initial reluctance from Mark Davis and Jon Gruden. They also give their sleeper picks on who they believe will be a rising star on the show.Plus, find out what Reggie thinks about Antonio Brown joining the Raiders and where he believes Oakland’s offense can rank with the addition of AB. He also wants Raider Nation to know they shouldn’t sleep on Ryan Grant, why?Odell Beckham Jr. is with a new team and wants the media to stop bringing up his past, Reggie offers OBJ some advice.Who does Reggie believe is the best receiver in the NFL today? Will you be surprised if it’s not one of the two guys above?Plus, Reggie recalls his battles with Charles Woodson, who got the best of who?Who was the toughest DB Reggie ever went up against? It’s not a big name, but the player had a big impact on Reggie’s career.Reggie spent all 14 years of his career with the Colts, what was it like playing with Peyton Manning? What about Andrew Luck? He shares details about the difficult time when Peyton left for Denver. Plus, if he had to choose between Manning and Luck, who would it be? Also, find out what it was like being roommates with Ed Reed in college and what Reggie would do when he got mad at Ed, a snake is involved folks.Reggie describes what it meant for him to be inducted into the Colts Ring of Honor last year.
On today’s show, Pat breaks down his trip to Nashville for the NFL Draft. From shaking hands with Roger Goodell and sitting in a forum with Hall of Famers like T.O. and perhaps the most electric human on earth, Rayfield Wright, to hanging out with Shane Lechler and TJ Yates in the green room and getting a picture with Reggie Wayne, to delivering the most entertaining and hilarious draft pick in NFL history, Pat relives the entire day. Also joining the show to discuss his draft and what he thought of Pat’s performance, is GM of the Indianapolis Colts, Chris Ballard. He and Pat discuss the players the Colts picked up, and what the atmosphere was like in the Colts’ war room for pick 89 (33:24-37:51). Also joining the show is friend of the program, friend of The Brand, and the voice of the NFL, Rich Eisen. He and Pat discuss draft weekend, and what Rich thought of the weekend as a whole. They cover the headspace of Giants fans after drafting Daniel Jones and all the negative backlash, Mike Mayock's first draft as GM of the Oakland Raiders, Rich’s vendetta with the band at the draft, his enthusiasm when calling the first punter drafted, and what he thought of Pat’s performance (48:24-1:10:22). The guys also dive DEEP into Game of Thrones as they discuss the Battle of Winterfell and whether or not it lived up to everyone’s expectations, and they briefly get into Avengers: End Game (WITHOUT SPOILERS). It’s a good one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
Brews On The Balcony 4/29/19 - Show intro… Happy Birthday Nick… We’re a big Chicago Fire podcast… Should we brew our own BOTB beer?... The NFL Draft affected plenty of bachelorette parties in Nashville this past weekend… Josh Scobee, Pat McAfee, and Reggie Wayne were great at the NFL Draft… Big Kentucky Derby weekend coming up… Social Media: @BalconyBrewsPod
Dave Dameshek leaves Studio 66 to sit on the magic carpet in the green room with Maurice Jones-Drew. Shek and MJD start kibitzing about Drew Brees' record breaking performance during Monday Night Football while also debating where he ranks all-time (2:05)? Shek also tells MJD to pick who will be considered the greatest QB ever in ten years (11:50)? Next, Reggie Wayne joins Shek for his Week 5 exit interview to discuss why Peyton Manning is always seen in Broncos gear instead of Colts (21:55) and who he'd pick as his QB to win one game, Peyton or Brees (25:50)? Reggie also says some surprising things about where LeSean McCoy could be heading (34:00) and why the Giants chose wrong with Odell Beckham Jr. (35:10)?
On today's show, Pat and the guys break down everything that happened in week 2 of the NFL including an abysmal performance from The Brand, Josh Gordon being traded to New England, the drama surrounding the Steelers and Antonio Brown, and Todd dives into Urban Meyer's body language. Also joining the show is former running back for Ohio State and the Denver Broncos, Maurice Clarett, for an incredible conversation. They chat about his side of the story in relation to how things went down during his time at Ohio State and where it all went wrong, as well as what he is doing now to try and make a positive change (45:15-1:06:54). Later, former LSU running back and Pat's teammate with the Colts, Joseph Addai, calls into the show. They cover what he's been doing since he retired, how Houston is hotter than Ghana, his favorite memory as a Colt, and his relationship with Reggie Wayne (1:09:22-1:28:50). Don't forget to check out PatMcAfeeShow.com for all the new merch. Cheers.