Solomon Wilcots talks about Baker Mayfield's shoulder injury and why he thinks it's a factor, his belief in this Browns defense being a championship-caliber unit, the matchup with Justin Herbert and the Chargers and the AFC North standings right now. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In hour one, Lance talks to former Bengals defensive back Solomon Wilcots on the Bengals 3-1 start, Joe Burrow and Ja'Marr Chase. He then talks to Bengals.com beat writer Geoff Hobson. In hour two, Lance talks with listeners on their feelings about the Reds season three days after its conclusion. In hour three, Lance pays tribute to Joe Nuxhall, 17 years after his retirement.
Solomon Wilcots joined Zach to discuss if the Chargers are the biggest competitors to the Chiefs in the AFC and if Urban Meyer not going back to Jacksonville on the team flight is a big deal. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason opens by talking about moving and settling into a new spot while launching a new show (00:30). Then, he discusses Bears OC Bill Lazor and his comments regarding Justin Fields's readiness. The truth is starting to spill out of Halas Hall, and everyone is starting to realize what's going on (2:00). Next, Jason takes your calls. Who is the face of the White Sox? What makes a good NFL coach? What about the Bulls? And what are fair expectations for Patrick Williams in 2021-22 (8:00)? Later in the show, we turn the page to the Cincinnati Bengals by talking with former Bengals great Solomon Wilcots. Solomon talks about transitioning from the NFL to an accomplished media career with positions from CBS to NFL Network to SiriusXM NFL Radio (21:00). Then, Jason goes Outside the Chi and tries to figure out why Eric Bieniemy isn't an NFL coach and explains why the hiring process is broken (49:00). Finally, he closes with a tip of the cap to the Milwaukee Bucks and Lisa Byington, who is the first woman in a full-time TV play-by-play role (57:00). Host: Jason Goff Guests: Solomon Wilcots Producer: Chris Tannehill and Steve Ceruti Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Here from Zac Taylor as his Bengals prepares for the Chicago Bears. Austin Gayle of discusses Bengals Grades after Week 1, Solomon Wilcots has a new podcast with Adam "Pacman" Jones, Reds try to bounce back in Pittsburgh and I travel back in time to my early years in radio.
Chris and Rob discuss the optics surrounding Aaron Rodgers' ugly performance in week 1 on the heels of his melodramatic offseason of discontent in Green Bay, and tell us why Lamar Jackson better get his contract extension done before we get too deep into the regular season. Plus, Sirius XM NFL Radio host Solomon Wilcots swings by to share his thoughts on Rodgers' performance, Joe Burrow's big performance in his first game back from injury, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Hour four of today's SportsTalk featured John and Jimmy talking about the day's top sports stories, Eric Cain joins the show for a Vol Football practice report and Vince Ferrara's conversation with Solomon Wilcots of SiriusXM NFL Radio and Pro Football Focus.
Vince Ferrara visited with the NFL analyst about a free COVID-19 surveillance testing program available for schools along with his opinions on Trey Smith, Marquez Callaway, Titans, Cowboys, Bengals and more.
Solomon Wilcots talks about the expectations for the Browns entering the season, the reaction following the first preseason game, how this team stacks up to the rest of the division, the play of the rookie quarterbacks in the opening week of preseason, the league's emphasis on taunting and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colts Happy Hour with JMV returns! We hear from Frank Reich. JMV talks with Edgerrin James prior to him being enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame this weekend and also Matt Taylor and Jeffrey Gorman catch up with former NFL Safety and current Sirius XM NFL Radio Broadcaster, Solomon Wilcots, to talk about this Colts team heading into the 2021 NFL season on a loaded Colts Happy Hour.
Former NFL free safety and SiriusXM NFL Radio host Solomon Wilcots joins Matt Taylor and Jeffrey Gorman from Colts camp to discuss the injury to Carson Wentz, how that affects the Colts' outlook for 2021 and how he sees the AFC shaking out this season.
Doug Gottlieb weighs in on Bucky Brooks’ idea on how the Ravens could solve their quarterback situation. He says it makes sense for the Patriots to trade up into the top ten to draft find their franchise quarterback. Plus, Solomon Wilcots stops by to break down all of the possibilities for Round 1 of the NFL Draft! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This is the full Bernstein & Rahimi Show from Tuesday. In it, Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi celebrated Groundhog Day in their own special way and previewed the Chiefs-Buccaneers matchup in the Super Bowl. They also discussed the Bulls' recent play. Guests were former NFL offensive lineman Tony Boselli, NBC Sports Chicago reporter K.C. Johnson and broadcaster Solomon Wilcots. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's the "Wonderful Christmas Time” edition of the #Bengals Booth Podcast as the Bengals move on after being the Grinch that Stole Christmas from Steelers fans and head to Houston two days after the holiday to face the Texans. Dave Lapham joins me to put a bow on Monday Night’s shocking win and look ahead to what it’s going to take to make it two wins in a row. My 1-on-1 player interview this week is with former Bengals safety Solomon Wilcots. And in our Know the Foe segment, we’ll find out what’s gone wrong in Houston this year from one of the best NFL reporters out there – John McClain from the Houston Chronicle.