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The Program opens the final hour of the show with all the things you need to know, are joined by Trent Green of CBS Sports, and to give you “the kicker” on the way out the door. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the last hour of The Program, Soren Petro and Kurtis Seaboldt let you know what you Need to Know before being joined by Trent Green to talk about the NFL and the Chiefs. Plus ending the show with The Kicker. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trent Green of the NFL on CBS previews this coming weekend in the NFL / Conor Green with his football picks and The Week That Was/ What the DA-liens are doing during the show & your Epic Fail. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
CBS Sports NFL analyst Trent Green joined The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima to preview Browns/Vikings. Green will be on the CBS TV call with Kevin Harlan this Sunday. How he has been impressed with Baker, on Stefanski, and adjustments the Browns defense have to make this Sunday. Listen to The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima weekday mornings 6-10am on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan and the Audacy App! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Program opens the final hour of the show with all the things you need to know, are joined by Trent Green of CBS Sports, and to give you “the kicker” on the way out the door. 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).
The Program opens the final hour of the show with all the things you need to know, are joined by former Chiefs QB, Trent Green, and to give you “the kicker” on the way out the door. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Day 1 of The Johnny Dare Morning Show's broadcast from the 81st Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally from the Full Throttle Saloon at the Pappy Hoel Campground was packed to the gills....and Day 2 is no different!!! Today's guests include Blackberry Smoke frontman Charlie Starr, Kelly Knievel ( son of the late great Evel Knievel), Chiefs great Trent Green and Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of The Idealcast, Gene Kim speaks with Dr. Steven Spear on his critiques of several articles from the NY Times and the Wall Street Journal, and their characterization of the impact of “Just in Time” supply chains and the widespread shortages caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic. While the unprecedented health crisis created a widespread shortage of almost everything—from toilet paper to semiconductor chips to raw materials vital for medical materials—with results that impacted everyday life on a global scale, Dr. Spear makes the claim that Just In Time lessened the severity of shortages, as opposed to causing them. The discussion is informed by Spear's work on accelerating learning dynamics within organizations and the Toyota Production System, and from his time observing and working directly with a tier-one Toyota supplier. Kim and Spear dive deep into supply chain dynamics and why they are important to society. The discussion delves into how “just in time” (JIT) manufacturing not only revolutionized manufacturing but also the entire manufacturing supply chain and how it increased (not decreased) resilience, productivity, efficiency, and prosperity. They also explore the structure and dynamics of these JIT supply chains, as well as the similarities of the famous Netflix Chaos Monkey, famous for helping Netflix build resilient services that can survive even widespread cloud outages and the larger, emerging field of Chaos Engineers (arguably, a subset of resilience engineering). Additionally, they explore Toyota's manufacturing and how its history helped it become one of the least impacted by the semiconductor shortages. They follow that with an examination of the JIT's antithesis and how it's similar to the dynamics found in the Soviet's centrally planned economy, particularly with its IT structure and dynamic results. Kim and Spear tie these things into the three basic tools of finance: net present value, option theory, and portfolio diversification. ABOUT THE GUESTS Dr. Steve Spear (DBA MS MS) is principal for HVE LLC, the award-winning author of The High-Velocity Edge, and patent holder for the See to Solve Real Time Alert System. A Senior Lecturer at MIT's Sloan School and a Senior Fellow at the Institute, Dr. Spear's work focuses on accelerating learning dynamics within organizations so that they know better and faster what to do and how to do it. This has been informed and tested in practice in multiple industries including heavy industry, high tech design, biopharm R&D, healthcare delivery and other social services, US Army rapid equipping, and US Navy readiness. Visit Steve Spear's Website YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT What are supply chains, why they're so vast and complex, and why they are important to society How Just in time (JIT) manufacturing revolutionize manufacturing, the entire manufacturing supply chain, and the supply chain for basically everything How JIT increased, not deceased, the resilience of the supply chain Why Toyota is one of the auto manufacturers least impacted by the semiconductor shortages, partially as a result of what they learned during the Fukushima earthquake and tsunami in 2011 How the structure and dynamics of the Toyota supply chain are almost exactly the same as the structure and dynamics of great systems discussed in previous episodes, such as the COVID mass vaccination clinic with Trent Green and Team of Teams How Toyota has the ability to reconfigure themselves with a low cost of change How these principles are very similar to Netflix chaos monkey and the entire field of what is now called chaos engineering How the antithesis of JIT is similar to the dynamics found in the Soviet's centrally planned economy, particularly with its IT structure and results in dynamics How inventory is a substitute for knowledge How this all ties into the three basic tools of finance: net present value, option theory, and portfolio diversification RESOURCES Announcing New Book from Gene Kim and Dr. Steven J. Spear NPR: Plastic Is The New Toilet Paper For Scientists New York Times: Shopping for Fashion, Six Months On Planet Money: Negative Oil New York Times: How the World Ran Out of Everything New York Times: ‘I've Never Seen Anything Like This': Chaos Strikes Global Shipping Wall Street Journal: Auto Makers Retreat From 50 Years of ‘Just in Time' Manufacturing The Mainframe DevOps Team Saves the Day at Walmart Frontline: Always Low Prices “The Beer Game” by Prof. John D. Sterman Lean manufacturing Baseline: The End of the Just in Time Supply Chain Method Fast Company: Living in Dell Time CNBC: We traced what it takes to make an iPhone, from its initial design to the components and raw materials needed to make it a reality An Econometric Analysis of Inventory Turnover Performance in Retail Services by Vishal Gaur, Marshall L. Fisher, and Ananth Raman Inventory to Sales Ratio Gross Profit Margin Using FRED site to to calculate ratios of inventory to sales from 1946 to now Walmart vs. Amazon Reuters: Half of U.S. auto suppliers face bankruptcy: study 21st Century Jet - Building the Boeing 777 Episode 3 Boeing 777 — The Ultimate History (II) ASTA SOLUTIONS PTY. LTD. 21st Century Jet - Building the Boeing 777 Episode 2 See Every Single Part Inside an iPhone Code as supply chain How Many Millions of Lines of Code Does It Take? Top 15 Biggest Car Manufacturers in the World (1999 - 2017) Moore's Law graphed vs real CPUs & GPUs 1965 - 2019 The Myth of Productivity vs Compliance: How To Have It All Reuters: How Toyota thrives when the chips are down BBC News: Tesla partners with nickel mine amid shortage fears Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster Forbes: Toyota's 'Quake-Proof' Supply Chain That Never Was The Netflix Simian Army Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell Los Angeles Business Journal: Just-in-Time Inventory System Proves Vulnerable to Labor Strife Closed California ports impact on the supply chain “We'd Have to Sink the Ships”: Impact Studies and the 2002 West Coast Port Lockout by Peter V. Hall Reuters: How Toyota thrives when the chips are down “The Simpsons” evolution Example of language of simplification and stabilization TIMESTAMPS [00:37] Intro [09:07] What Dr. Spear found objectionable in the NYT article [13:41] How JIT increased resilience of the supply chain [17:18] What are supply chains and what makes it so complex [24:11] The economic impact of inventory and recapture [28:17] The impact created by mass adoption of JIT practices [42:00] JIT vs lean manufacturing [44:46] How Toyota could handle the semiconductor shortage [51:19] An example of the resilience of Toyota's supply chain and manufacturing capabilities [57:03] How to motivate everyone to mobilize [1:02:12] What happened with Netflix's chaos monkey and EYE-shin mattress factory plant [1:08:13] Twitter feedback [1:09:37] The link between experimentation at the EYE-shin plant and low cost of change [1:17:30] Four characters of simplification, standardization, stabilization and synchronization [1:20:46] The 2002 West Coast Port Lockout [1:33:43] What triggered this conversation [1:38:57] The opposite of JIT [1:43:11] Three finance theories [1:50:45] How the Soviet's centrally planned economy compares with the four characteristics [1:58:23] A misunderstanding of JIT [2:05:15] Outro
In March of 2021, Gene Kim visited the mass vaccination site at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, which has been described by the press as a logistical masterpiece where over 465,000 Oregonians have been vaccinated as of May 2021. After a three-hour tour of the site, Gene Kim sat down with Trent Green, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Legacy Health and one of the organizers of the mass vaccination operation. Kim and Green discuss firsthand what it looks like to vaccinate 8,000 people a day and the strategic level of planning it took to produce and operate the mass vaccination clinic. Green reveals what those first few days of operation were like and how the site was able to increase distribution from 2,000 vaccines per day to 8,000 per day. Lastly, he discusses the lessons he learned during the rollout process and how those lessons can inform how to improve the overall health care system. Also joining the conversation is Dr. Steve Spear, who has helped the Pittsburgh Regional Healthcare Initiative create its “Perfecting Patient Care System” and has worked on a few pilot programs with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. ABOUT THE GUESTS Trent Green, COO of Legacy Health, focusing on innovation in Legacy Health's hospital operations and service lines, and responsible for Legacy Laboratory Services, Legacy Imaging Services and Unity Center. Green oversees the OHSU Knight-Legacy Health Cancer Collaborative, the LifeFlight partnership, as well as other ventures that directly impact hospital operations. Prior to his most recent role, Green served as Legacy Health's senior vice president, chief strategy officer, and president of Legacy Medical Group. He brings more than 20 years of experience in leading health care organizations, with specific strengths and accomplishments in clinic and hospital operations, strategic planning, business development, marketing, mergers and acquisitions, and finance. Green's notable achievements include advancing a re-imagined Master Facility Plan for the Legacy Emanuel and Randall Children's Hospital campus; navigating a complex regulatory situation at Unity Center by providing decisive leadership and a unified approach to problem-solving, resulting in the successful restoration of status, cultural alignment, best in system performance on medication administration practices, and accelerated incident review and mitigation implementation practices. He also led and developed several of Legacy's most transformational initiatives, including the PacificSource joint venture, Silverton Health affiliation, Legacy-GoHealth urgent care joint venture, and the OHSU Knight–Legacy Health Cancer Collaborative, among others. Dr. Steve Spear (DBA MS MS) is principal for HVE LLC, the award-winning author of The High-Velocity Edge, and patent holder for the See to Solve Real Time Alert System. A Senior Lecturer at MIT's Sloan School and a Senior Fellow at the Institute, Dr. Spear's work focuses on accelerating learning dynamics within organizations so that they know better and faster what to do and how to do it. This has been informed and tested in practice in multiple industries including heavy industry, high tech design, biopharm R&D, healthcare delivery and other social services, US Army rapid equipping, and US Navy readiness. Visit Steve Spear's Website YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT Green's role as the Chief Operating Officer, how it compares to the Chief Medical Officer, and what are the other key leadership roles in a healthcare organization The strategic level of planning, human creativity, and problem-solving it took to produce and operate the mass vaccination clinic as efficient as possible Green's role and the various leadership roles at the vaccination clinic What the first days of operations at the vaccination site were like The major milestones Green saw as distribution increased from 2,000 vaccines per day to 8,000 vaccines per day Fast versus slow integrated problem-solving styles and theory building versus theory testing The lessons Green has learned during the COVID vaccination rollout process and how these lessons could inform how to improve the overall health care system RESOURCES Trent Green's bio at Legacy Health Legacy Health Videos from DevOps Enterprise Summit Virtual - Europe NPR: Half Of All U.S. Adults Are Now Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Willamette Week: Oregon's Largest Vaccination Site is a Logistical Masterpiece. We Take You Inside. Tweet describing the vaccination site with “apocalypse vibe” The Unicorn Project: A Novel about Developers, Digital Disruption, and Thriving in the Age of Data by Gene Kim FEMA Region 10's video featuring Starbucks and Trent Green The Indicator from Planet Money: Why Hospitals Are Laying People Off The Indicator from Planet Money: Healthcare: The Pandemic's Financial Fallout Operation Warp Speed
On the 34th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by his Hall of Fame brother Kurt Warner to talk about his amazing career, as well as preview the 2021 NFL Draft (05:28 – 01:09:27). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll), where the guys talk about Morten’s draft day experience way back in 1982.We then move to our interview with Kurt, where he discusses a wide array of topics: reflecting on his incredible journey, and taking full advantage of every single opportunity along the way (06:54); the enormous impact of Trent Green on his career, and why Trent could’ve been bound for Canton had he not suffered that knee injury that paved the way for Kurt’s breakout season (16:22); why Kurt felt like he played a decade for Dick Vermeil, even though it was only two seasons (26:00); reminiscing about the late, great Frank Gansz (34:58); why quarterbacks and kickers are much more similar than you would think (38:40); not knowing whether or not the 1999 St. Louis Rams banner is hanging in SoFi Stadium (45:23); on signing with an organization in Arizona that had no expectations of winning (46:06); why he felt like he was a better quarterback later in his career than he was in the beginning (49:58); his thoughts on the 2021 NFL Draft (54:35); this week’s edition of “The Name Game,” featuring thoughts on Larry Fitzgerald and Orlando Pace (01:02:15); why he hates the extra game being added to the regular season (01:04:54); and why Patrick Mahomes is the best quarterback in the league today (01:06:39).Then, TommyFreezePops is joined by Thom Cunningham for his weekly check-in with the experts from VegasInsider.com (01:10:20 – 01:15:00). It’s all things NFL Draft, with the first round getting underway on Thursday night. What pick is the safest bet that is worth people’s while from a gambling perspective (01:11:38)? Who will be the first non-quarterback taken in this year’s draft (01:12:24)? With the Patriots having their highest draft position since 2008, what will they do in the first round? (01:13:12)?Finally, we close things out with Morten’s “Game Winner” – a weekly segment where Morten monologues his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, he talks about his friend Kurt Warner, and why he personifies the word “perseverance.” (01:15:00)
3/10 Hour 2 Big 5 at 5! The NHL inks an awesome 7 year deal with Espn! / 100% fan capacity at Texas Dak Prescott's presser today / How long till Pietrangelo is back on the ice? / So long Trent Brown Adam Hill checks in live from the Thomas & Mack with insight into today's UNLV victory, and the rest of the tournament action!
Trent Green has built quite a career at CBS Sports after setting all kinds of passing records for the Kansas City Chiefs. As he watches Patrick Mahomes take down most of those gaudy numbers, nobody could be happier. Trent is a big part of Kansas City through his work in media, with the Chiefs and of course to the Ronald McDonald House. This is a great conversation about football, plain and simple. If you want to get smarter about the game, listen to this podcast before Super Bowl LV.
Trent joins Amy to recount calling the Chiefs/Browns Playoff Game he called on WW1 alongside Kevin Harlan. Trent also has extremely high praise for Andy Reid, and why his players trust his play calling and coaching style when they step onto the field. Trent then compares his longevity during his NFL career (15 years, 39 years old) to that of Tom Brady (21 years, 43 years old). And lastly, Trent predicts an 'X Factor', outside of the QBs, that could impact the outcome of Super Bowl 55. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're on the road to Super Bowl LV...Chiefs vs Bucs...Brady vs Mahomes...The GOAT vs The Kid....a QB showdown for the ages...and there is no one better to break it all down for us than our friend, former Chiefs QB, Trent Green!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trent Green talks about his expectations for the Browns' playoff matchup with the Chiefs, the biggest key for Cleveland in this game, Baker Mayfield's growth this season, the impact of the Chiefs' injuries and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pat shouldn't have to explain himself. Plus, we talk Raider Week with JT The Brick, another one makes the list, we Shout It Out, we need to embrace the swagger, Trent Green gives us some insight, and a weird Andy Reid stat. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Your Broncos are facing the Patriots this weekend. Will Cam Newton or Drew Lock play? Should they? What impact can Avalanche draft pick Justin Barron have on the team? Trent Green catches up with us to preview the Broncos game on Sunday. Vic has LeBron/Superteam fatigue. It's a grab-bag of a first hour today. What else would you expect from Denver's only all-sports station?
Former KC Chiefs QB, Trent Green gives us all the details about Boulevard Brewing Company and their effort to help Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City.Next, KC radio comes together to help Community Blood Center.
On the second episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by his longtime friend and Kansas City Chiefs legend Trent Green (05:57 – 51:23). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) to talk about week 1 of the NFL season (01:14). The guys talk about Cam Newton’s big debut for the Patriots, and how different their offense looks without Tom Brady at the helm (01:54). Morten also weighs in on the complicated debut of Stephen Gostkowski with the Titans, as he misses four kicks – 3 FGs, 1 PAT – but still manages to hit the game-winner to give Tennessee a week 1 victory in Denver (3:07).We then move to our interview with Trent, where he discusses a wide array of topics: getting an NFL season going during a pandemic (7:45); working with his new broadcast partner for the 2020 season, Kevin Harlan (9:36); how he got started in broadcasting, and why quarterbacks seem to make great color commentators (10:50); a hilarious story about Morten calling games for NFL Europe in the early 2000s (13:54); being a journeyman quarterback in the early part of his career, as he was cut by the San Diego Chargers and British Columbia Lions (CFL), and sat on the bench in Washington (19:53); the unique experience of by a star quarterback at a “basketball school,” as he shared a campus with Bob Knight at Indiana (20:54); suffering a devastating knee injury in the final preseason game of the 1999 season, and having to watch his St. Louis Rams have an all-time great season en route to a Super Bowl victory (24:35); mentoring a young Kurt Warner during his years in St. Louis (29:14); a hilarious story about Morten joining the Chiefs, and Trent reacting to how old Morten was at the time (33:17); why the 8-8 Chiefs in 2002 were actually better than the 13-3 Chiefs in 2003 (34:22); a story about Morten’s first game with the Chiefs, and why it was one of the wildest finishes in either one of their careers (35:07); how Dick Vermeil’s emphasis on building team chemistry helped make the Chiefs a force in the early 2000s (38:28); how Tony Gonzalez paved the way for the dominant pass-catching tight ends in today’s NFL (41:25); Trent’s thoughts on today’s Chiefs, and why we should all pump the breaks on the dynasty tag for now (44:54); talking about his sons playing college football – Derek Green at SMU and T.J. Green at Northwestern (48:44); and how calling games in empty stadiums is going to be a strange experience (50:55).Then, TommyFreezePops is joined by Kevin Rogers for his weekly check-in with the experts from VegasInsider.com (52:46 – 01:03:29). They talk about the dangerous new toy in the potent Kansas City offense is, and how difficult it’s going to be to slow down Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs (53:33). They also talk about Sunday’s star-studded match-up between Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson (55:32), the Sunday Night Football game in Seattle between the Seahawks and Patriots (57:29), and the Dallas Cowboys’ home opener against the Atlanta Falcons (01:00:18).Finally, we close things out with Morten’s “Game Winner” – a weekly segment where Morten monologues his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, he talks about the incredible resiliency of Trent Green, and how this trait has shaped him both on and off the football field (01:03:29).
Joining us in the Huddle is Hall of Famer and SuperBowl Champion Kurt Warner. he has been through all of the ups and downs life can throw at you and his strong faith and love from his family has pushed him to the top of the NFL. He continues his journey by coaching and studio work. You can check out his charity, First Things First on his website... http://www.kurtwarner.org/about.html I found this great story about Kurt online by Mike Moraitis. I thought you might like to read it. Next time you go to the supermarket and you have someone bagging your groceries, take a good look at that person and try to figure out if you could peg them as a professional athlete or Hall of Famer. Believe it or not, Kurt Warner could’ve been that guy bagging your groceries. Yes, that’s right, I’m talking about the same guy who is a former NFL MVP quarterback and holds numerous records as one of the greatest playoff performers in NFL history. Warner worked the $5.50 per hour job back in 1994 after being cut as the Green Bay Packers’ fourth-string quarterback. It looked hopeless for the struggling signal-caller, and it seemed impossible that he would one day lead “The Greatest Show on Turf.” But it didn’t end in that grocery store in Iowa. Instead, Warner kept working to achieve his ultimate goal of being a starting NFL quarterback. There were two things Warner never gave up on: his faith and his skills. Warner moved on to play in the Arena Football League, where he began to flourish and then stepped up to more talented competition in NFL Europe. It was there that Warner caught the eye of NFL scouts and finally landed a job with the St. Louis Rams and their bright yellow jerseys. He quickly made the often-maligned jerseys respectable, and after an injury sent starter Trent Green to the bench, Warner proved he belonged in the NFL with MVP-caliber play. That season, Warner was second in the NFL in passing yards with 4,353 and led the league with 41 touchdowns and an incredible 65.1 percent completion percentage. Ultimately, Warner went on to win the MVP that season and lead the Rams to their first of two Super Bowls (won in 2000, lost in 2002). But St. Louis began to decline as a franchise after its second trip to the Super Bowl, and so did Warner himself. Constant interceptions and fumbling made Warner look washed-up just a few years after being one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. Everyone gave up on him, the Rams included, and Warner’s success was pegged as the result of the elite talent around him and not Warner himself. Warner went on to sign with the New York Giants and continued to struggle, eventually getting pulled for the Giants' quarterback of the future, Eli Manning. I’d say it was the right move for the G-Men, but it left Warner without a job once again. It wasn’t until the Arizona Cardinals took a chance on him that Warner showed he still had something left. Given his chance to start, Warner had one of his best seasons in 2008. He was second in the NFL with 4,583 yards, which happened to be the second-best yardage output of his entire career in a single season. He was also tied for third with 30 touchdowns and was second with a 67.1 percent completion percentage. That percentage was also the second-best of Warner’s career. Much like he did with the Rams, Warner took the Cardinals to the Super Bowl in 2008 and lifted them out of the hole they had been in for the entirety of their existence. In that Super Bowl, Warner left the field with his team in a position to win only to have it squandered by the Pittsburgh Steelers last-minute drive to win the game. The huge numbers he put up in Arizona erased any lingering thoughts about Warner falling off. He single-handedly took the franchise to a level it had never been. In all, Warner owns or shares multiple records, including several important ones in the postseason. Not bad at all for a guy who used to bag groceries for minimum wage. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 1: We talk to Former KC Chiefs QB, Trent Green! Trent announced to Q104 and Cheers KC that Boulevard Brewing Company is teaming up with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City. Today and throughout the season cans and bottles of Boulevard's KC Pils will be decked out in red and gold with a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Ronald McDonald House here in KC.
In the second enjoyable and in-depth conversation, Trent Green explores finding a professional and personal home in Kansas City,the success that came with lit, family, and life after football.
Midwest born and bred, Trent Green became a college star, but his journey to the same status as a pro took grit and determination, eventually resulting in a great run at quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs. The first of two fun and illuminating conversations.
We miss football. That's typically the case in April, but especially true now. Join us for a special episode of the Pick Six podcast featuring former NFL QB Trent Green, as we revisit and re-live some memorable match-ups in NFL history and the players that defined those games. First, some games more recent in our mind including Baltimore-Cleveland from Week 4 of 2019, which marked Baltimore's last regular season loss (6:45). Next, a trip all the way back...to January...for the Chiefs' epic comebacks against both the Texans and Titans, on their way to Super Bowl 54 (11:45). How about those epic Brady vs. Manning battles as the Patriots faced off against the Colts in the 2004 and 2007 AFC Championship Games (20:00)? Trent was a contemporary of those two, but claims even as a competitor, those two dueling was must-watch TV. If those games bring up a sense of sports nostalgia, then you're in luck. Over the next week, CBS Sports Network will be re-airing all of the above games and more. Tune in for Classic NFL Games on the CBS Sports App or CBSSports.com by logging in with your provider. And before we let Trent go, we had to ask about 'The Greatest Show on Turf' St. Louis Rams that he was a part of (29:00). Why didn't the dynasty work out? What were his emotions being on the sideline during a Super Bowl victory? Many memories are shared during this trip down memory lane. 'Pick Six' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Pick Six team on Twitter: @picksixpod @WillBrinson, @trentgreen10 Check out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/758548147935545/ 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
The first time Dustin Colquitt takes the field on Sunday for the Chiefs game against the Baltimore Ravens, he’ll set the team record for games played. The record is meaningful for the longest tenured Chiefs player who has played for five head coaches, four general managers — not to mention quarterbacks Trent Green, Patrick Mahomes and everyone in between. Also, Mizzou beat writer Alex Schiffer chats with South Carolina beat writer Ben Breiner of The State in Columbia, S.C., about the big SEC game between the Tigers and Gamecocks on Saturday. It’s been a series of odd games. Read the stories we discussed: Even as Chiefs’ Maytag Repairman, punter Dustin Colquitt is integral to franchise https://www.kansascity.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/vahe-gregorian/article235233532.html Why has Mizzou struggled so much with South Carolina in recent years? https://www.kansascity.com/sports/college/sec/university-of-missouri/article235221082.html Mizzou Tigers football vs. South Carolina Gamecocks: Time, TV, LIne, things to know https://www.kansascity.com/sports/college/sec/university-of-missouri/article235142792.html Get access to all of them by signing up now for a digital subscription. Use the kansascity.com/sportsbeatkcoffer link to get a 40% discount. Thanks to our sponsor, Big O Tires! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As if watching the Steelers isn’t stressful enough, as Outpost-ers, we had to watch the NFL Game Pass version of the Steelers-Chiefs, featuring the Kansas City broadcast crew of Ari Wolfe, Todd McShay and Trent Green, who apparently did their homework on this game in the broadcast truck during the rain delay. Then they put it over the edge with a migraine-inducing, quarter-long interview with KC GM Brett Veach. My bad for keeping the volume above zero.The Steelers starters got a lot of reps early in this second pre-season game. They showed a little rust, but got rumbling in the second quarter.Mason Rudolph started the game protected by a largely, first-string offensive line. Four series of futility were rewarded with an 85 yard drive, culminating in a Jayson Samuels 14 yard scamper for a TD with Mason going 7-8.Repeating his success against Tampa Bay, Joshua Dobbs hit James Washington for a 40 yard reception in his first drive. Unfortunately, the drive sputtered with Dobbs’ pass from the 6th sailed over Deonte Johnson into the awaiting hands of Chris Ward who returned it 49 yards. The good news? Dobbs made the tackle.Thankfully, James Conner took off where he finished last year, gaining 28 yards on 6 carries. Jaylen Samuels showed the sophomore effect, running for 26 yards on 4 carries.James Washington continued impressing, grabbing 4 passes for 78 yards, one of them a leaping grab on the sideline as well as the aforementioned 40 reception from J. Dobbs.The defense dislodged three fumbles from the Chiefs, recovering all of theme while holding Patrick Mahomes to 2 of 5 passing.Bud Dupree busted free for 2 sacks, while knocking down a pass and hitting the QB three times. Is this the new Bud?
Chase Thomas is joined by former St. Louis Rams quarterback Marc Bulger to talk about his career, the change in today's NFL offenses, Trent Green and Kurt Warner, his new passion for curling, Will Grier and West Virginia, whether or not he misses football, and much more (1:00). Then, Pro Football Focus' Austin Gayle returns to talk about the fall of the Carolina Panthers, Cam Newton's injury, the status of Ron Rivera, the Vikings' offense issues, Kirk Cousins behind a bad offensive line, the Steelers losing James Conner, the team's persistent issues on defense, and the rise of Lamar Jackson and the Ravens (18:00). Lastly, Saturday Down South's Connor O'Gara joins Chase to talk about the epic Georgia vs. Alabama SEC Championship game, Jake Fromm's future at UGA, Justin Fields and his options, Kentucky missing their moment, Kelly Bryant choosing Mizzou over Auburn, Hugh Freeze at Tennessee or Auburn, Heisman Finalists, and CFB Playoff predictions (41:00). You can follow Chase on Twitter, like him on Facebook, read him on his website, and even email him at firstname.lastname@example.org if that is something you would like to do, too.
Will Brinson is joined by Bryant McFadden to break down the Thursday night game and the incredible performance by Nick Mullens. The guys debate if the Raiders quit, if Oakland is the worst team in football and then talk about B Mac's new podcast. Then Trent Green of the NFL on CBS joins the show to break down Chiefs-Browns and whether Patrick Mahomes can keep up his torrid pace. Finally, Pete Prisco and R.J. White come on to make picks for every single game against the spread in Week 9. This episode is sponsored by www.ZipRecruiter.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Travis is back with a pair of topics to send you into the weekend. First, the preview of the Dolphins wide receivers: who makes the team, who gets the most targets and how many will they keep? Also, we relive the 2007 quarterbacking of John Beck, Cleo Lemon and Trent Green. @WingfieldNFL @LockedOnPhins LockedOnDolphins.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Some say making the Fantasy playoffs requires skill and winning a championship requires luck, do we agree (3:50)? We start the show with that discussion before revealing an amazing payoff of a Fantasy Football bet ... Frank Reich fun facts! Plus our thoughts on how our teams turned out in last week's draft (17:08), our favorite teams from the draft, why Adam reached for a Kicker (25:16) and interesting late-round picks (32:30) ... We are joined by CBS Sports Sideline Reporter Jamie Erdahl (38:25) who gives you the inside scoop on production meetings with players and coaches, which players impressed her last season, what it's like to work with Greg Gumbel and Trent Green and more ... Your emails at email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Trent Green, Sinbad and Mike Harmon join hosts Kordell Stewart and Brian Webber to discuss Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense, touchdown celebrations, Steelers RB DeAngelo Williams thoughts on Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict and who to pick up on the waiver wire in Week 7.
Trent Green, Former NFL QB and CBS Analyst, joins hosts Kordell Stewart and Brian Webber to discuss if the Packers are applying too much pressure on Aaron Rodgers and the separation of the Patriots from the rest of the AFC.
With the playoff game vs the Ravens days away, Matt Cassel has had a great season. Where will it rank up among great Chiefs season if the Chiefs come out on top? Can Cassel pass Trent Green for #2 all-time in Chiefs history with a victory? Nick breaks down the topic.