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Captain Mickey kicks things off with our good friend in the Tri Bay, Glenn Hammond, next we go to Rockport and chat with Tony Gonzalez, and ending the 1st hour in Freeport with Jeff Naylor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the 55th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist and coaching legend Dick Vermeil (06:54 – 01:04:17). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (01:06 – 06:54). Morten reacts to an epic game between the Chiefs and Ravens from this past weekend, and explains why he thinks Lamar Jackson is the MVP of the league through two weeks of the season.We then move to our interview with Dick Vermeil, where he discusses a wide range of topics: his involvement in the wine business, and the history behind his company, “Vermeil Wines” (07:41); his coaching style, and the difference between delegating and designating (13:53); Morten having teammates on the Chiefs that weren't born when he started playing (15:49); knowing when to release a player, and remaining close with many players he has cut (16:46); being the first official special teams coach in NFL history (18:12); taking over an Eagles franchise in the late 1970s that was a losing program, and what it took to turn them into NFC Champions (19:38); why the NFL needs to do a better job helping its former players with medical assistance as they get older (24:04); the amazing story of Vince Papale making the team in Philly (24:46); a review of “American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story” (26:18); his love for underdogs, and why London Fletcher should be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame (27:05); what a Gold Jacket would mean to him (27:44); why Tom Flores getting inducted helped clear the way for Dick, and the various high-profile coaches stumping for him as a candidate (29:12); the hilarious story of David Baker's phone call to let Dick know he was a finalist (30:43); reminiscing about the late, great Frank Gansz Sr. (31:58); why he stepped away from coaching after winning the Super Bowl with a historically great St. Louis Rams team in 1999 (36:59); why he came out of retirement to coach the Chiefs in the early 2000s (38:48); working his players so hard in St. Louis, there was almost a “mutiny,” and why things were different in Kansas City (40:15); why Patrick Mahomes could go down as the finest quarterback to ever play in the NFL (42:45); the state of the Rams, his relationship with Sean McVay, and why Matthew Stafford will be great in L.A. (44:13); why he doesn't think Doug Pederson should've been fired in Philadelphia (47:03); and this week's edition of “The Name Game,” featuring Kurt Warner, Ron Jaworski, Trent Green, Marshall Faulk, Tony Gonzalez, Jared Allen, Harold Carmichael and Will Shields (48:45).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 (01:05:13 – 01:12:08). Morten gives his picks for Buccaneers at Rams (01:05:51), Saints at Patriots (01:07:05), Packers at 49ers (01:08:36), Chargers at Chiefs (01:09:33), and Washington Football Team at Bills (01:10:49).Finally, “Morten's Game Winner” returns – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten reflects on his relationship with Coach Vermeil, and explains why he's had a profound impact on every single one of his former players (01:12:08).
This week we go hard on the biggest news of the week: The Royals announced a new general manager and made public their exploration of the notion of building a new downtown ballpark. We offer insight on all of that and answer the question on many minds: If the Royals go downtown, what happens with the Chiefs and Arrowhead Stadium? The questions hit on Andy Reid's decisions, Clyde Edwards-Helaire's explosiveness and the Royals' 2022 lineup. The bonus section is a conversation with Tony Gonzalez on stardom in Kansas City. There's some interesting stuff in here, including a story about Johnny Manziel. Join us every Friday for behind-the-scenes access to interviews with Kansas City's coaches, fans and reporters. We've talked with Patrick Mahomes, Mike Matheny, Brett Veach — and more. You can get . If you like our work, you can help support us by subscribing to the SportsPass. It's the best deal in town: or, with a new promotion. Either way you get access to all our work, including the best and most Chiefs coverage anywhere. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The observer effect? Rotating bodies? The science of rocket fuel? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-hosts Gary O'Reilly and Chuck Nice answer science questions from our favorite pro athletes: Jerry Rice, Lindsey Vonn, Eli Manning, and more!NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons Ken Abe, Al Long, Chloe Rudel-Holland, Sara, Rafał Żak, Alexander Whisnant, and Galactic Raven for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
We start off with ways the Chiefs can be beaten, and thinking of the teams in the AFC that are best equipped to do it. The questions hit on the game plan against the Browns, Tony Gonzalez's place in Chiefs history and whether John Dorsey will be in the Chiefs' Ring of Honor. The bonus section is built around some audio that subtly and unintentionally tells you everything you need to know about where the Chiefs are right now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tony Gonzalez thinks the Bucs have a shot at going 17-0, Jimmy G confirms he's starting for the 49ers, and we preview tonight's Bucs/Cowboys game from Tampa! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hall of Fame tight end and Kansas City Chief Tony Gonzalez stops by to speak with Matt Verderame about his picks for the Super Bowl, comparing himself to Travis Kelce, his stat line if he played with Patrick Mahomes, and why he retired from the NFL. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Two-time Super Bowl champion Eli Manning and Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez join host Rob Maaddi to preview the NFL season and more. Manning shares his thoughts on the rookie quarterbacks, his former team, returning to watch the Giants play for the first time since retiring and his various projects. Gonzalez discusses the best tight ends in the league, leaving broadcasting to pursue acting and the upcoming season. Also, AP Pro Football Writer Barry Wilner gives his division winner predictions.
Keyshawn, Jay and Max react to Tony Gonzalez's Comments about the Bucs and debate if they can repeat as Super Bowl Champions. Also 3x Super Bowl Champion Mark Schlereth and ESPN NFL analyst Dan Orlovsky join the show.
Join the conversation as Matt and John talk about college football, good students, and Tony Gonzalez 0:00- Intro and sports 11:11- good students 34:37- athlete 38:47- one thing
In the latest edition of the Good Morning Football Podcast, hosts Kay Adams, Michael Robinson Peter Schrager and Kyle Brandt share their NFC and AFC playoff predictions; they dive into potential x-factors in the Dallas Cowboys vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers game; Tom Pelissero shares details on the Baltimore Ravens running backs; and Tony Gonzalez joins to share his thoughts on Kyle Pitts, Julio Jones and the emotions you have when you face your former team! The Good Morning Football Podcast is part of the NFL Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Tony Gonzalez joined the show to get Stugotz ready for the NFL season with a game of Make It or Break It. The crew also discussed how they handle small talk during Uber rides and fan interactions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Greeny shares his thoughts on the Cowboys' chances against the Bucs before Hembo asks him questions about the NFL season. Plus. Pro-Football Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez joins the show to talk about which tight ends he's most excited to watch and more. Also, Greeny has "Sneak Big News": and Greeny's take.
Capt Mickey gives the weather for this fine Sunday morning. Glenn Hammond joins the show from Trinity Bay. Tony Gonzalez joins us from Rockport. We stayed in Rockport with our buddy Billie Kocian. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mickey gives the weather report for this first day of August. Glen Hammond joins us from Trinity Bay. Our buddy Tony Gonzalez calls in all the way from Rockport. Lynn Smith joins us straight out of Port O'Connor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cody and Alex open up the final hour discussing the possibility of Royals pitcher Danny Duffy getting moved at the trade deadline and what the threshold should be for Dayton Moore to pull the trigger. Also discussed: how the NFL is giving the Scarlet Letter to unvaccinated players this year, Tony Gonzalez's acting chops, and why Cody would make a lousy criminal. They close out the show with “What's Trending” and rehash their conversation with Whit Merrifield. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this edition of The Arrowhead Drive, Pete Sweeney has the comments Travis Kelce shared this weekend about fellow AFC West tight end Darren Waller. It was also reported over the weekend that former Chiefs' great Tony Gonzalez will no longer be doing Fox NFL coverage as he plans to pursue film and television acting roles. One of our newcomers to the Arrowhead Pride team, Jared Sapp, debuted with an article last week, 5 Chiefs players who could ride special-teams roles to the final roster. Tyreek Hill is hinting at a possible web series on his Instagram. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Good morning sickos!! We are here bright and early giving you the latest weather updates to start your Sunday. This hour is packed with knowledge and information from our dear friends Glenn Hammond, Tony Gonzalez and Lynn Smith. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this weekend edition Sid and Lakeena react to the Cubs trading Joc Pederson and speculate on the White Sox as they prepare to face a tough second half schedule as well as go into the latest sports media news. Then, WARR Media's own Joshua Hicks and Five Reasons Sports' Allana Tachauer come on to talk NBA Finals, Olympic basketball, Bulls' plans and more. 1:15 - MLB after All-Star break: Cubs trade Pederson, are others next? Sox have a tough second half schedule and return weekend match-ups 18:48 - Sports media news: Tony Gonzalez leaves FOX Sports to focus on movie and TV projects; Mark Sanchez leaves ESPN for FOX Sports; Tuesday's Orioles/Rays game will feature an all-female broadcasting crew; Maria Taylor to NBC and Amazon?; Al Michaels pulling double duty?; Can Amazon get Peyton Manning to be a game analyst? 34:31 - Our NBA panel section: Joshua Hicks and Allana Tachauer give their view on the NBA Finals - who'll step up now that it's a best of three? Damian Lillard leaving Portland? Olympic basketball issues? Lonzo Ball to the Bulls? Watch new videos of 2CS each Monday and Friday on WARR Media's YouTube and listen to new episodes of 2CS each Tuesday and Saturday on WARR on Anchor. Subscribe to WARR on Anchor and follow WARR Media for all the latest on our movement and stay tuned for upcoming episodes and specials from your comrades at WARR. Weareregalradio.com provides the best independent coverage of sports and culture -- feel free to share our content and rate us well here or wherever else you find our podcasts. Thanks for listening. twitter.com/warrmedia facebook.com/regalradio1 instagram.com/warrmedia --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warrmedia/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warrmedia/support
Tony Gonzalez is an American former professional football player who was a tight end in the National Football League for 17 seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs and the Atlanta Falcons. Widely recognized as one of the greatest tight ends of all-time, Gonzalez played college football and college basketball at University of California, Berkeley. Since retiring, he has served as an analyst for Fox Sports. Gonzalez, a 14-time Pro Bowl selection and six-time first-team All-Pro, holds the NFL records for total receiving yards (15,127) and receptions by a tight end (1,325). Known for his durability and rarely fumbling, Gonzalez missed two games between 1997 and 2013 and lost only two fumbles on 1,327 touches. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2019. Beyond all that, Tony is smart, curious, and totally into challenging his assumptions and biases. I have no idea why a guy like this agreed to do my podcast, but I'm honored that he did. Tony on Twitter. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon affiliate link kicks a few bucks back my way. Music: “Brightside of the Sun,” by Basin and Range; "Star People," by George Michael; "Smoke Alarm," by Carsie Blanton.
A&E NETWORK'S CANINE COMPETITION SERIES "AMERICA'S TOP DOG" RETURNS FOR TWO NEW BACK-TO-BACK SEASONS HOSTED BY AWARD-WINNING BROADCASTER CURT MENEFEE AND ACTOR DAVID KOECHNER PREMIERED LAST TUESDAY, JUNE 29 AT 8PM ET/PTCURT MENEFEE ALSO SET TO HOST NEW SERIES "AN ANIMAL SAVED MY LIFE" PREMIERING ON TUESDAY, JULY 6 AT 9PM ET/PTA&E Network is celebrating man's best friend this summer with the return of competition series "America's Top Dog" and the premiere of a new series, "An Animal Saved My Life" both from Big Fish Entertainment. Bringing together working dogs, K9s, and "underdogs," two new back-to-back seasons of "America's Top Dog" take the competition to the next level with a new course and more breeds than ever before. New series "An Animal Saved My Life," showcases extraordinary acts of heroism by animals. The two-hour premiere of "America's Top Dog" begins Tuesday, June 29 at 8pm ET/PT. "An Animal Saved My Life" premieres with back-to-back episodes on Tuesday, July 6 at 9pm ET/PT.In each one-hour episode, "America's Top Dog" features furry friends alongside their handlers facing off on a massive canine obstacle course designed to test their speed, agility, teamwork, and trust as they navigate a series of challenges over two rounds of competition. Award-winning veteran studio and sports broadcaster Curt Menefee ("FOX NFL Sunday," "The OT") and actor and comedian David Koechner ("Anchorman," "The Office") serve as hosts and break down the action, while sideline reporter Rachel Bonnetta (FOX Sports, "FOX Bet Live") catches up with the teams down on the course.Season two introduces a new format with head-to-head match ups, pitting a pup against another competitor in their class across working dogs, police K9s and "underdogs," for an epic battle to prove who is best. The winners of each of the three classes face-off head-to-head to determine who is that week's Top Dog. Each week, the winning team will receive a $10,000 cash prize as well as an additional $5,000 to donate to the animal charity of their choice. In the final week of competition, the winning teams return for the ultimate face off for the title of "America's Top Dog" and an additional $25,000. The competition continues across season three with even more breeds, high-stakes and new rules.Also hosted by Curt Menefee, "An Animal Saved My Life" showcases amazing acts of heroism from different kinds of animal heroes. Featuring stories ripped from the headlines, viral videos, surveillance footage and interviews with people who have been saved by animal heroes, the series highlights scares and saves that range from heartwarming to adrenaline pumping. Pet owners overwhelmingly think of their cats and dogs as family members who provide emotional support and love, but sometimes animals risk it all to save a human life."America's Top Dog" is produced by Big Fish Entertainment, an MGM company, for A&E Network. Executive Producers for Big Fish Entertainment are Dan Cesareo, Lucilla D'Agostino, Jordana Starr and Holly Wofford. Elaine Frontain Bryant, Shelly Tatro, Sean Gottlieb, and Brad Holcman serve as executive producers for A&E Network. "America's Top Dog" is distributed internationally by A&E Networks."An Animal Saved My Life" is produced by Big Fish Entertainment, an MGM company, for A&E Network. Executive Producers for Big Fish Entertainment are Dan Cesareo, Lucilla D'Agostino, Jordana Starr. Elaine Frontain Bryant, Shelly Tatro, and Sean Gottlieb serve as executive producers for A&E Network.Join the conversation by following @TopDogAE and using #TopDogAE and #AnAnimalSavedMyLifeTrailer for America's Top Dog Season 2:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I80nugQv-84CURT MENEFEE BIOCurt Menefee is the host of A&E's competition series "America's Top Dog" and is a veteran studio and game broadcaster who quarterbacks FOX NFL Sunday, America's most-watched pregame show which recently was inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Broadcasting Hall of Fame, each week as a studio host. Menefee, who joined as the full-time host in 2007, teams with co-host Terry Bradshaw and studio analysts Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson, Tony Gonzalez, and Michael Strahan during the NFL season. Not only is Curt the host of the award-winning and most-watched pregame/halftime show in sports, but "The OT" wrap-up show on FOX, which he also hosts, was the #4 rated property in all of primetime last year.He began his career at FOX Sports in 1997 as a sideline reporter and later moved to the game booth to call play-by-play for NFL and NFL Europe League coverage on FOX Sports and FSN. Through his work at WNYW FOX5 and MSG in New York, Menefee established himself as one of the Big Apple's most popular sportscasters. Menefee came to WNYW-TV from KTVT-TV in Dallas, where he was the sports director and weeknight sports anchor. He also hosted a daily two-hour show on The Ticket sports radio in Dallas. Before his arrival in Dallas, Menefee anchored sports for WTLV-TV (NBC) in Jacksonville. Menefee's resume also includes experience as host of a live two-hour daily sportscast on Sports News Network, a nationwide cable sports program, as well as sports anchor reporter at WISC-TV (CBS) in Madison, WI and WOI-TV (ABC) in Des Moines, Iowa.Menefee has received several awards for his sports anchoring and reporting, including the Associated Press Award for Best Sports Reporter in New York and four Katie Awards (the Texas equivalent of an Emmy) for Best Sportscast and Best Sports Special.Menefee has compiled quite the collection of passport stamps, as well. Since graduating from Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, with a Bachelor of Arts degree and currently serves on the school's Board of Trustees, he has been to all seven continents, nearly 90 countries, and many of the world's most famous landmarks. With favorite vacation spots, including New Zealand and much of South America, Menefee approaches both his life and his career from a truly global perspective. In 2016, Menefee authored a book entitled "Losing Isn't Everything: The Untold Stories and Hidden Lessons Behind the toughest Losses in Sports History. A refreshing and thought-provoking look at athletes whose legacies have been reduced to one defining moment of defeat-those on the flip side of an epic triumph-and what their experiences can teach us about competition, life, and the human spirit.
Former Kansas City Chiefs tight end Jason Dunn joins Farzin to discuss his time in Kansas City and what he has been up to since retiring from the NFL. Dunn also weighs in on Travis Kelce's gameplay and what similarities Kelce has to Dunn's former teammate, Tony Gonzalez.
Live updates from the Tri Bay area, Rockport and Freeport. Glenn Hammond, Tony Gonzalez and Jeff Naylor discuss weather, celebrity encounters and tournaments. Don't forget Sunday is open line day. Listeners have the chance to call in and ask Captain Mickey any questions they may have. Our phone number is 713-572-4610. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 118 (5.18.2021) Today Josh and Dave talk about the NBA, MLB, and hit movies of the summer. Like Josh's bad impressions? Well... it's on like neckbone, suckah. TJ Fuller raises an interesting question about NBA tanking. Josh quizzes his 10yo son about Tarentino flicks, and the gang argues the greatest pass catching blockers in NFL history. Top Gun, Bon JOvi, Ted Williams, Nebraska Jim, Bounty law, John Bender, Tony Gonzalez, U2, Ebony, Ivory, Don Knotts and more !! Appearing on this episode: Josh Lamb, David Sigafoose, TJ Fuller, Kaius Lamb
In this Sunday edition of the show, the Hammer joins in and recaps the now infamous topless Jeep incident and his recent trip to a wedding. Richard Tatsch also joins the show to discuss the storm systems possibly moving the area soon. He also tells an interesting story from his truck driving days and give helpful fishing tips for catching suspended fish. Tony Gonzalez calls in with the good news of a new boat. Jeff Naylor joins in the conversation and gives helpful baiting tips. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The crew always talk about the clique of 12ish black friends in a sea of white but there was a white guy who experienced it all...and he goes by the name, Sanderson. This episode is a must listen to hear some of the stories you're already up on, but from a less melanin'd perspective. Kaepernick, sports, fatherhood, career, serendipity, brotherhood, racism, economics, love and naked Tony Gonzalez - this podcast episode bare's all ;-)
Here are all the segments:00:00 – 00:46 – Previously on Chief Concerns00:47 – 01:29 – Chief Concerns Opener01:30 – 44:38 – Tamba Hali joins the crew to talk Alex Smith’s legacy, Patrick Mahomes’ rookie season, Tamba’s new album ‘Love and Lights,’ and so much more44:39 – 52:31 – The crew talks about the Mahomes versus Brady playful twitter banter52:32 – 1:09:23 – Class is in session as Professor Eric Warfield goes over his top DBs in the 2021 NFL Draft1:09:24 – 1:10:09 – Goodbye!
If you glance down at the street at the right moment in Nashville, you might spot a “stikman.” This little street art character appears in thousands of places around the world, but the artist behind them remains mostly unknown. Thanks to an observant listener, Curious Nashville delves into the phenomenon. Curious Nashville is a project of Nashville Public Radio. The executive producer is Tony Gonzalez and the editor is Emily Siner. This episode’s music is courtesy of Blue Dot Sessions.
Doug talks to Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez about the Chiefs coming up short of winning a second straight Super Bowl and where it all went wrong for Kansas City. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
JaM discuss the monster trade between the Detroit Lions and the LA Rams, what it means for each team and how this NFL QB carousel could be fascinating this offseason. They also take a look at Jason Witten and where he ranks in the group of TE's after Tony Gonzalez. JJT had a funeral to go to and he tells the story of what a wild day it turned out to be. The guys then finish this episode with a random conversation about a song released in 1985 that takes on quite the conversation. Recorded 1/31/21. Explicit language included. (START)- NFL Trade (24:22)- Funeral Talk (49:00)-Jason Witten (01:00:27)- The Music Chat
Fumbling the ball out of the end zone should NOT be a touchback Tony GOnzalez breaks down the NFL Divisional Playoff weekend 3-Word Game Guest: Tony Gonzalez Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
NEW LIVE SHOW - Friday, November 20th @ 5PM Pacific! Go to https://ymhvirtual.com and get tickets now! SPONSORS: - When you purchase a three month subscription, Babbel.com will give you 3 additional months for FREE with Promo Code "MOM" - Go to Whoop.com and enter code YOURMOM at checkout to save 15% on your order - Go to GetQuip.com/MOM to get your first refill FREE! Welcome to Tom Talks! Tom Segura is joined by Pro Football Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez. Tom and Tony discuss freak athletic stories, trash talking, high school football, and how comedians are the freest people. Tom shares videos of some cool coaches with Tony, and Tony reveals what it was like to realize he was going to be in the hall of fame, the best cities to party in, and the first expensive thing he bought.