American football running back, Pro Football Hall of Famer
In the third hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by WGN-TV sports anchor Jarrett Payton to discuss the Bears hiring Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren as new president/CEO, Chicago clinching the No.1 overall pick in the NFL Draft, the development of quarterback Justin Fields, his appreciation for George McCaskey, and more. The guys then discussed the NBA's Two Minute Report Washington guard Delon Wright did not foul Zach LaVine during his last-second shot attempt in the Bulls' 100-97 loss to the Wizards on Wednesday night. Later, Holmes shared why he took issue with reliever Joe Kelly's recent assessment of the White Sox's 2022 season.
Far Middle episode 85 marks the series start to 2023. As The Far Middle enters its third calendar year, Nick once again connects issues spanning the past, present, and future.Dedicated to the iconic 1985 Chicago Bears, Nick looks back on the epic season of a team that was truly “must-see TV.” While not a dynasty, the Super Bowl XX champs had it all; boasting personalities like Jim McMahon and Walter Payton on offense, the "Monsters of the Midway" on defense, and Coaches Ditka and Ryan on the sideline.Nick moves from the “Windy City” to the hot air blowing from the medical journal, The Lancet, which in a March 2020 editorial made bold proclamations touting China’s success in handling Covid-19.Next, Nick examines a recent editorial by U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, titled, “Biden Has the Economy Back on Track.” Nick counters Ms. Yellen’s hollow policy proclamations, in particular her accomplishments on energy being “a key focus of the administration’s work.”Staying on energy and the economy, Nick looks under the hood of Stellantis’ announcement that it would be idling its Belvidere, Illinois, plant that produces Jeep Cherokee SUVs. The company is looking to cut costs, and 1,300 jobs, to invest in electric vehicles. Nick says this is the real-world collateral damage of the energy transition that’s falling upon our middle class and middle America.Shifting gears from the auto industry to power sector, Nick reflects on Siemens Energy and the challenges its renewable business is facing. Nick reiterates the supply chain issues/sourcing for renewable sources, as well as the material required per unit of power derived from sources like wind and solar juxtaposed to sources such as natural gas.Turning to academia, Nick discusses Harvard and Yale’s decision to stop participating in U.S. News & World Report law-school rankings. He says our elite colleges can make quite the hollow pronouncements at times, and so too can the G20 (aka the master of the obvious) who issued a recent declaration stating, “Today’s era must not be of war.”Nick wraps this episode’s policy discussion by highlighting total factor productivity (TFP), a metric that measures how much innovation contributes to growth, particularly economic growth.And as 2023 gets underway, Nick goes back 78 years to 1944 and the Battle of Anzio to demonstrate the lessons and importance of strong leadership. Nick concludes: “If America and the West do not get better leadership, do not drop the ideology and embrace the reality, and if we continue to move sluggishly and inefficiently, we’re going to lose the current confrontation with our adversaries. It’s not Anzio and it’s not bullets yet, but there is a war and its largely being waged economically and via policy. Let’s wake up and win this thing.”
In the final hour, Laurence Holmes and Leila Rahimi were joined by Kevin Fishbain of the Athletic to discuss the Bears eyeing Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren as the team's next president/CEO. He also previewed the Bears-Lions matchup Sunday. The crew then held the Solid Wall of Sound segment, listening back to recent comments from ESPN analyst Matt Bowen, Summit quarterback consultant Jordan Palmer, CHGO host/writer Adam Hoge and Sun-Times writer Jason Lieser on Bears quarterback Justin Fields and the team's game against the Lions. Later, Holmes and Rahimi listened to vintage audio of legendary Bears running back Walter Payton discussing why Jackson State was his college of choice in 1971.
The guys talk to Carmen about the Bears and Bulls recent game. Silvy explains the story of how his son got to meet Justin Fields while they were eating Christmas Dinner. The guys talk to Jarrett Payton, son of Bears legend Walter Payton to talk about his dad's interaction with fans.
The Brian D. O'Leary Show December 21, 2022 Bill Schonely “… wherever you may be…” The Final Goodbye for “The Schonz” https://youtu.be/wna_mCmHQeI Franco Harris Steelers Hall of Fame RB Franco Harris, author of 'The Immaculate Reception,' dies at 72 Starting with the 1980 season, Harris became the career rushing leader among active players. The 1984 Seattle Seahawks did have the “Original” Curt Warner on the roster, but the 3rd pick of the 1983 NFL Draft out of Penn State was injured in the opening game versus the Cleveland Browns, ending his season. Franco Harris—coming off a season in 1983 where he rushed for 1,007 yards—was released by the Steelers during training camp before the 1984 season, over an ostensible pay dispute. After the 1983 season, Harris was only 363 yards away from breaking Jim Brown's career rushing record. Harris joined the Seahawks in September, but only ended up playing in 8 games and ended up with 170 yards rushing on the season. He never played in the NFL again. After taping this episode, John Ziegler tweeted that Franco had been at work on a podcast of his own about the Penn State-Paterno-Sandusky case. Here is the link: Upon Further Review NFL All-Time Leading Rushers Harris is now 15th all-time. Jim Brown is 11th! + indicates Pro Football Hall of Fame Highlighted players mentioned in podcast Rank Player Yds Years 1 Emmitt Smith+ 18,355 1990-2004 2 Walter Payton+ 16,726 1975-1987 3 Frank Gore 16,000 2005-2020 4 Barry Sanders+ 15,269 1989-1998 5 Adrian Peterson 14,918 2007-2021 6 Curtis Martin+ 14,101 1995-2005 7 LaDainian Tomlinson+ 13,684 2001-2011 8 Jerome Bettis+ 13,662 1993-2005 9 Eric Dickerson+ 13,259 1983-1993 10 Tony Dorsett+ 12,739 1977-1988 11 Jim Brown+ 12,312 1957-1965 12 Marshall Faulk+ 12,279 1994-2005 13 Edgerrin James+ 12,246 1999-2009 14 Marcus Allen+ 12,243 1982-1997 15 Franco Harris+ 12,120 1972-1984 16 Thurman Thomas+ 12,074 1988-2000 17 Fred Taylor 11,695 1998-2010 18 Steven Jackson 11,438 2004-2015 19 John Riggins+ 11,352 1971-1985 20 Corey Dillon 11,241 1997-2006 Joe Paterno Wikipedia article about JoePa (Warning: some information, especially about the end of his career is dubious.) The Immaculate Reception How the Immaculate Reception shaped Steelers history Wikipedia on the Immaculate Reception Harris caught a deflected pass, leading to a 13-7 Steelers victory over their rival Oakland Raiders in the 1972 AFC Divisional Playoff. Notably, the NFL playoffs started in December in those days. The 50th anniversary of the play will be on Friday, December 23, 2002. The number 32 that Franco Harris wore for the Pittsburgh Steelers is due to be retired on Saturday and will be only the third number to be officially retired by the club. With the Benefit of Hindsight Podcast The Framing of Joe Paterno: Documenting an outrageous rush to judgment The Website of Record for Truth in the Sandusky Scandal The Death of Journalism Link on Apple Podcasts Tweet Mentioned: https://twitter.com/Zigmanfreud/status/1605630072680894464 John Ziegler (@Zigmanfreud) We just taped Episode 18 of “The Death of Journalism,” which was dedicated to Franco Harris. I forgot to tell the story of how we showed up to his packed Super Bowl party & he immediately bought my daughters squares, gave them T-shirts & got us seating. I will miss him SO much. Peyton's Places on ESPN+ Link to Ep. 24 of the first season of Peyton's Places (You'll probably need an ESPN+ subscription to watch) The O'Leary Review Podcast Episode 8 — John Ziegler (LIV Golf, College Football, and more) https://briandoleary.substack.com/p/john-ziegler-with-the-benefit-of#details Episode 9 — John Ziegler (The Penn State Case mega-pod) https://briandoleary.substack.com/p/the-penn-state-case-with-john-ziegler#details Interested in a Productivity Boost? We're setting up a webinar to talk about all of that. You've gotta be a paid subscriber on our Substack to participate. If your subscription has lapsed, or never started, we'd love your support. More details to come in the next few weeks. Fountain.FM Support us with Bitcoin/Satoshis over at Fountain.FM Until I figure this out and have a good link for you folks, just search for “The Brian D. O'Leary Show” and you should be able to find us. Stack It! If you think your ideas are worth talking about…and they are, believe me…join us over at Substack and start your own page. Write a newsletter or do a podcast or just hang out and post things occasionally when the mood strikes. https://substack.com/refer/briandoleary Follow us on Twitter @BrianDOLeary . An archive of all our audio and video content starting from summer 2022 is at Odysee. Please join us over there. https://odysee.com/$/invite/@BrianDOLeary:f Go to BrianDOLeary.com for more information.
The FCS semifinals will happen Friday night in Fargo despite Mother Nature's best efforts. A winter snowstorm has socked the Red River Valley, but Incarnate Word left San Antonio Thursday afternoon and will arrive in Fargo for the game Friday night. North Dakota State returns to the FCS semifinals for an 11th time in the last 12 years, eager to return to Frisco, Texas for a tenth time. If they are going to do that they will need to slow down a highly potent UIW offense, led by likely Walter Payton award winner, Lindsay Scott. The seventh year quarterback enters Friday's game with 59 touchdown passes. The Bison are a banged up unit on offense, after injuries to TaMerik Williams and Raja Nelson in the quarterfinal win over Samford. Their status is unknown for the game Friday. NDSU may get the return of defensive tackle Eli Mostaert, who has missed nearly the entire season of breaking his leg in Week Two against North Carolina A&T.
Another week brings another prolific offense to Fargo as NDSU gets set to host Incarnate Word in the FCS semifinals Friday. UIW brings Walter Payton award front-runner Lindsay Scott. The seventh-year Cardinals quarterback has thrown 59 touchdown passes and run for nine more. He was instrumental in leading UIW past Sacramento State in Friday's quarterfinal and he'll be a handful for this young Bison defense.
Walter Jerry Payton was an American football running back who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 13 seasons with the Chicago Bears. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest football players of all time. A nine-time Pro Bowl selection, Payton is remembered as a prolific rusher, once holding records for career rushing yards, touchdowns, carries, yards from scrimmage, all-purpose yards, and many other categories. Payton also retired with the most receptions by a non-receiver, and he had eight career touchdown passes.
Part One of the Good Morning Football Podcast begins with the Rams claiming Baker Mayfield off waivers. Hosts Jamie Erdahl, Kyle Brandt, Peter Schrager, and Super Bowl Champion Jason McCourty discuss how the move affects the season and Baker's future. The table asks which player is the hardest to prepare for in Week 14. Eagles DE Brandon Graham and Lions QB Jared Goff drop by to talk about being their team's nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. Plus, we explore the Titans shaking up their front office mid-season despite having a winning record and past success. Stay tuned for Giants/Eagles talk, What's Your Beef, and what goes into flexing the NFL schedule in Part Two of the GMFB Podcast. The Good Morning Football Podcast is part of the NFL Podcast Network.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the final hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Kevin Fishbain of the Athletic to discuss the impact that Bears quarterback Justin Fields could have for the franchise in free agency, how the team will plug its hole at running back Sunday against the Falcons and more. Bernstein and Holmes then held their Solid Wall of Sound segment, revisiting analysis of Fields and Chicago's offense from Score analyst Patrick Mannelly, Score analyst Anthony Herron, ESPN analyst Matt Bowen and Jenkins Elite founder Tim Jenkin. Later, the guys explained how Titans running back Derrick Henry has joined a Bears legend in rarified air.
The Bluebloods are live to preview all the Week 12 action from across the FCS & answer your questions live right here on YouTube! Zach McKinnell previews the Bluebloods Game of the Week between Montana State and Montana, the important SoCon matchup between Mercer and Samford, plus multiple other top FCS games of the week including William & Mary vs Richmond, Jackson State vs Alcorn State, Southeastern Louisiana vs Nicholls State, North Carolina A&T vs Gardner-Webb, & multiple more! We also breakdown some of the top HBCU games of the week, & give our Week 12 Walter Payton & Buck Buchanan Award watchlists. All this & more right here on The Bluebloods! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support
Miami Dolphins fullback Alec Ingold is our guest for the 23rd episode of Baseline Intelligence. He played college football at the University of Wisconsin and was signed by the Raiders as an undrafted free agent. He scored the first touchdown ever in Allegiant Stadium and was the Raiders' nominee for the Walter Payton man of the year award in 2020. In his free time he helps athletes across the country improve their mental performance by utilizing goal setting, visualization and breathing exercises. We talk:2:32 How he became a mental performance coach4:53 How to perform consistently 6:54 Power of visualization9:02 His week of preparation for an NFL game11:45 How preparation calms nerves16:11 Goal setting19:49 Be your own best friend20:45 Why people are afraid of lofty goals22:45 Staying calm when emotions run high26:01 Sticking to what works28:20 Common sense coachhttps://alecingold.com/foundation**sound effects from https://www.zapsplat.com
In the final hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes pondered whether quarterback Justin Fields is the Bears' best offensive player since legendary running back Walter Payton. The guys then listened to Bulls coach Billy Donovan's postgame comments after his team's alarming 126-103 loss to the Nuggets on Sunday. Later, Bernstein and Holmes listened to quarterback Derek Carr get emotional when reflecting on his Raiders' 25-20 loss to the Colts on Sunday.
The Bluebloods are live to preview all the Week 11 action from across the FCS & answer your questions live right here on YouTube! Zach McKinnell previews the Bluebloods Game of the Week between Chattanooga and Samford, the important SoCon matchup between Mercer and Furman, plus multiple other top FCS games of the week including Richmond vs Delaware, Rhode Island vs New Hampshire, Southeastern Louisiana vs Northwestern State, Jackson State vs Alabama A&M, & multiple more! We also breakdown some of the top HBCU games of the week, & give our Week 11 Walter Payton & Buck Buchanan Award watchlists. All this & more right here on The Bluebloods! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support
Jeff Pearlman has wrote best selling books on the SHOWTIME Lakers, Brett favre, the death of the USFL, Walter Payton, the Dallas Cowboys, now he writes about one of the ultimate athletes ever, Bo Jackson. Jeff discusses just how great Bo was, who turned sports marketing on it's head before Deion PRIMETIME Sanders. Pearlman also talks about what Bo would be in the era of social media and NIL! Follow Jeff Pearlman on social media @jeffpearlman Check out Defo and Lubie M-F from 7-9am ET LIVE, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxmvF27-1OY_PGUZvAb7d9g Follow Defo on Twitter @DefoShow, FB - https://www.facebook.com/jeff.deforrest Follow Lubie on Twitter/Ig @LubieOnAir, FB - https://www.facebook.com/mike.lubitz1
In the final hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes discussed where the Bears are through the lens of NFC North schadenfreude following their 49-29 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday. The guys then discussed 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey's rare touchdown hat trick Sunday and how it's tied to Bears history. Later, Bernstein and Holmes discussed how 76ers star center Joel Embiid -- once again -- flexed on the Bulls on Saturday.
It's Double Trouble! Michael Irvin & Emmitt Smith! The Playmaker & Emmitt Smith celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Emmitt breaking Walter Payton's all-time rushing record. Playmaker & Emmitt discuss the anniversary, share memories from the years, thoughts on this week's game vs the Chicago Bears, issues Emmitt sees with the Cowboys offense, whether Tony Pollard can fill Zeke's role, the Cooper Rush games, takeaways from the Eagles game, Dak Prescott's return, the "Double Trouble" Jeff Hamilton jackets, Cee Dee's ascent to No. 1, LeBron saying he will no longer be a Cowboys fan, and Emmitt's new TATTOO! Presented by Geico!
Welcome to Church Pew Sports Ep 83 - Bo Jackson - Living Legend w/ Jeff Pearlman We're joined by NYT Best Selling Author, Jeff Pearlman to talk about his newest book focusing on the living legend that is Bo Jackson. We also dive into his earlier book on Walter Payton and why those prolific figures still matter today. Buy: The Last Folk Hero: The Life and Myth of Bo Jackson You'll also hear a rousing rivalry edition of our College Football picks featuring UM vs MSU. This week's CPS Starting Host Lineup: Bill Hobson Pastor Paul Miller You can also listen to EVERY episode of CPS by visiting Churchpewsports.com/ We would love to hear your thoughts, comments, and questions. Reach out to us at: email@example.com Stay connected to Church Pew Sports on Facebook and Twitter @CPewsSports316
What a treat, radio voice Brad Sham joins the show to recount Emmitt Smith breaking Walter Payton's NFL career rushing record 20 years ago to the day, explaining one of his most famous calls. Other forgotten particulars about that game in 2002, along with an injury report, especially on Ezekiel Elliott who has missed the first two practices of the week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jarrett Payton, a Chicago-Land native that grew up in Arlington Heights and South Barrington, Illinois, and son of “Sweetness,” Walter Payton, joins the show! Jarrett is a 2001 National Champion, playing running back for the Miami Hurricanes, sports reporter, and host of CLTV's Sports Feed. In this episode, host Matt Butkus and Matt Amendola talk with Jarrett about his career playing for the powerhouse Miami Hurricanes, Jarrett's foundation that he formed back in 2011, and what he's currently up to in his day-to-day life. Many football analysts and critics regard the 2001 Miami Hurricanes football team to be the greatest college football team to ever be assembled. Beating Nebraska 37-14 in 2001, that Miami Hurricanes roster would eventually produce 38 NFL draft picks following the next 5 years. This podcast is brought to you by Americaneagle.com Studios. Follow this podcast wherever you listen to them! Connect with: · Butkus Beyond The Line: Website · Dick Butkus: Twitter // Instagram // Facebook // Website // The Butkus Award · Matt Butkus (Butko): Twitter · Matt Amendola (Dola): Twitter // Instagram · Jarrett Payton: Twitter // Instagram
Younger Jackson State fans won't remember it but there was a time when the Jackson State Tigers dominated the SWAC every bit as much as Deion Sanders' Tigers are dominating now. Lewis Tillman, a hard-running halfback from Halehurst, was a huge part of that era, breaking many of Walter Payton's JSU records. Last week, Tillman was front and center as the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame announced its Class of 2023. This week, undefeated Jackson State plays Southern University as ESPN's Game Day comes to town. Seemed a perfect time for Lewis Tillman to join the podcast.
Cowboys beat writer Calvin Watkins takes us back 20 years ago, to the week Emmitt Smith surpassed Walter Payton to become the NFL's all-time leading rusher. It was an amazing achievement for Smith, who grew up in Pensacola, Fla., dreaming he'd break one of the most cherished records in sports. In honor of Smith's accomplishment, Calvin spoke to the people who lived it, from Smith himself to teammates Daryl Johnston, Darren Woodson and Chad Hutchinson.
Have you ever questioned if your current career path will take you to your ultimate calling and purpose? Jerry Jenkins, author of more than 200 books, 21 NYT Bestsellers, and more than 72 million in cumulative sales, shares the memorable advice he was given as a young man questioning the direction of his life, advice that ultimately led him to a career that spans decades and one beyond his wildest expectations. Sharing stories of some of the memorable people (Billy Graham, Tim LaHaye, Hank Aaron, Walter Payton, Stephen King) he met along the way, he reveals how God used each encounter to help him develop and grow. Jenkins reveals insights behind the success of projects like the Left Behind series, The Chosen, and how God has allowed him to help many aspiring writers. Be inspired and challenged to grow and become a lifelong learner today. For Show Notes & Episode Details: https://theinfluencerspodcast.org Get more inspirational content all week… FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/theinfluencerspodcastofficial INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/theinfluencerspodcastofficial/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/hearinfluencers Learn more about Jerry Jenkins and get information about his writers' guild at https://jerryjenkins.com.
It's been anything but an off week on the news side of things for the North Dakota State football team. It began with the news that senior wide receiver Phoenix Sproles was entering the transfer portal, then fellow senior Noah Gindorff's long road back to the football field. The Bison have a bye week this weekend and will return to the field October 29th against an Illinois State team that could be on a three game win streak when they come to Fargo. The Forum's Jeff Kolpack and WDAY's Dom Izzo also discuss the news that senior offensive lineman Cody Mauch is on the watch list for the Walter Payton Award, which goes to the top offensive player in the FCS.
The Bluebloods are live to preview all the Week 8 action from across the FCS & answer your questions live right here on YouTube! Zach McKinnell previews the Bluebloods Game of the Week between Weber State and Montana State, the important Big Sky matchup between Sacramento State and Montana, plus multiple other top FCS games of the week including Jackson State vs Campbell, Mercer vs Chattanooga, Elon vs New Hampshire, North Carolina Central vs South Carolina State, & multiple more! We also breakdown some of the top HBCU games of the week, give our Week 8 Walter Payton & Buck Buchanan Award watchlists, and drop our FCS Playoffs Bracketology 2.0 entering Week 8. All this & more right here on The Bluebloods! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support
Jarrett Payton discussed what his father -- legendary running back Walter Payton -- would say about the struggles of quarterback Justin Fields and the 2022 Bears.
In the first hour, Anthony Herron and Jarrett Payton -- in for Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes -- discussed their takeaways from the Bears' 12-7 loss to the Commanders Thursday night in Chicago. Jarrett then discussed what he believes his father -- Bears legend Walter Payton -- would say about the struggles of quarterback Justin Fields and the 2022 Bears. Later, Score Bears reporter Mark Grote discussed the vibe at Soldier Field after the Bears' loss to Washington, the "stunned" look on quarterback Justin Fields face after the game, what coach Matt Eberflus said about receiver Velus Jones Jr.'s muffed punt and more.
The Bluebloods are live to preview all the Week 7 action from across the FCS & answer your questions live right here on YouTube! Zach McKinnell previews the Bluebloods Game of the Week between North Dakota State vs South Dakota State, the interesting matchup between Montana & Idaho, plus multiple other top FCS games of the week including Elon vs Rhode Island, East Tennessee State vs Mercer, Villanova vs Richmond, Morgan State vs North Carolina Central, & multiple more! We also breakdown some of the top HBCU games of the week, give our Week 7 Walter Payton & Buck Buchanan Award watch list after the first few weeks of the season, and release our first edition of the 2022 FCS Playoffs Bracketology. All this & more right here on The Bluebloods! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support
The Bluebloods are live to preview all the Week 6 action from across the FCS & answer your questions live right here on YouTube! Zach McKinnell previews the Bluebloods Game of the Week between Delaware and William & Mary, the interesting matchup between Weber State and Eastern Washington, plus multiple other top FCS games of the week including Jackson State vs Alabama State, South Dakota State vs South Dakota, Mercer vs Western Carolina, Southern Illinois vs Missouri State, & multiple more! We also breakdown some of the top HBCU games of the week, give our Week 6 Walter Payton & Buck Buchanan Award watch list after the first few weeks of the season, and do some blind resume tests for some of the top FCS programs in the country. All this & more right here on The Bluebloods! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support
The Bluebloods are live to preview all the Week 5 action from across the FCS & answer your questions live right here on YouTube! Zach McKinnell previews the Bluebloods Game of the Week between Campbell and North Carolina Central, the interesting matchup between Richmond and Elon, plus multiple other top FCS games of the week including Montana State vs UC Davis, Youngstown State vs North Dakota State, Stephen F. Austin vs Sam Houston State, Austin Peay vs Central Arkansas, & multiple more! We also breakdown some of the top HBCU games of the week and give our inaugural Walter Payton & Buck Buchanan Award watch list after the first few weeks of the season. All this & more right here on The Bluebloods! Join our new DraftKings partnership and get ready for the football season we approach Week 4 of the NFL season. Make sure to download the DraftKings Sportsbook now and use our promo code BLUEBLOODS for opportunities to earn free money this weekend! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800- GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/LA/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1- 800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA(select parishes)/MI/NH/NJ/ NY/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customer offer void in NH/OR/ONT-CA. $200 in Free bets: New customers only. Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 wager. $200 issued as eight (8) $25 free bets. Ends 9/19/22 @ 8pm. Early Win: 1 Early Win Token issued per eligible game. Opt in req. Token expires at start of eligible game. Min moneyline bet $1. Wagering limits apply. Wagers placed on both sides of moneyline will void bet. Ends 1/8/23 @ 8pm ET. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support
Jim "Jimbo" Covert joins the show today. He's a two-time first-team all-pro offensive tackle, two-time pro bowler, a pro football and college football Hall of Famer, and a Super Bowl champion, playing on the 1985 Chicago Bears team. In Part 2 of this episode, our hosts, Matt Butkus and Matt Amendola, talk to Jim about his current lifestyle and hobbies outside of football. Jim shares his craziest moment on the football field and explains his proudest moment in his football career. In Covert's sophomore year in the league, he was elected by his teammates to be one of the Bears Offensive captains alongside Walter Payton. That year in 1985, he was named All-Pro by Sports Illustrated and was ranked by many as one of the best tackles in professional football. Click here for part 1 of this conversation. This podcast is brought to you by Americaneagle.com Studios. Follow this podcast wherever you listen to them! Connect with: · Butkus Beyond The Line: Website · Dick Butkus: Twitter // Instagram // Facebook // Website // The Butkus Award · Matt Butkus (Butko): Twitter · Matt Amendola (Dola): Twitter // Instagram · Jim Covert: Website
Join the Conversation as Matt and John talk about wins for OSU and the Jets, practical theology, and Walter Payton. 0:00 Intro 3:18 Sports 15:56 What is Practical Theology 34:04 This day in sports history 39:21 One thing
WGN Sports anchor Jarrett Payton tells Rich what it was like growing up Walter Payton's son with his dad hanging out with the likes of Michael Jordan, Tom Cruise and Magic Johnson, reflects on his father's lasting legacy and how his character was even greater than his play on the field, and says why it's way too soon for pundits to criticize 2nd-year Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields. Rich reveals his top 5 list of ‘You Never Know NFL Coach of the Year' candidates including the Chicago Bears' Matt Eberflus, the Seahawks' Pete Carroll, the Vikings' Kevin O'Connell, the Steelers' Mike Tomlin, and the Giants' Brian Daboll. The guys run through the latest NFL news including the season-ending injury to Seahawks S Jamal Adams, Patriots QB Mac Jones' illness, and get into a HEATED re-hash of the TJ/free Nikes controversy from yesterday's show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Bears had put the NFL on notice with a big win over the (then) Redskins a couple of weeks prior, but they had a big score to settle when they went to San Francisco in week six in a rematch of the 1984 NFC Championship game. The Bears punched the Niners in the face early and often, Jim McMahon made some great throws (and one absolutely horrible one) and when it was time to finish things off, they did what they did best on offense, they gave the ball to Walter Payton, a lot. The defense harassed Joe Montana from the very start and the Niners were so overwhelmed they committed a lot of penalties. Some rookie wide receiver for the Niners made his first-ever start. Let's just say there are a LOT of Hall of Famers in this game. Dick Stockton and the immortal Wayne Walker were on the call for CBS. And wait until you hear the breakdown of Wayne's NFL career. It's really something. All that, and much more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/desipio/message
Jim "Jimbo" Covert joins the show today. He's a two-time first-team all-pro offensive tackle, two-time pro bowler, a pro football and college football Hall of Famer, and a Super Bowl champion, playing on the 1985 Chicago Bears team. In Part 1 of this episode, our hosts Matt Butkus, and Matt Amendola talk to Jim about growing up in Pennsylvania playing for The University of Pittsburg with Dan Marino, the 1985 Super Bowl season with Mike Ditka as head coach, and sharing a story about playing through injury with a torn rotator cuff in his junior year of high school going into college. Jimbo Covert was drafted sixth overall in the 1983 draft by the Chicago Bears. He immediately impacted his rookie career starting all 16 games, helping the Bears lead the NFL in rushing yards with Walter Payton in the backfield. Stay tuned for part 2 of this conversation. This podcast is brought to you by Americaneagle.com Studios. Follow this podcast wherever you listen to them! Connect with: · Butkus Beyond The Line: Website · Dick Butkus: Twitter // Instagram // Facebook // Website // The Butkus Award · Matt Butkus (Butko): Twitter · Matt Amendola (Dola): Twitter // Instagram · Jim Covert: Website
Listen to a new episode of PIVOT, a show brought to you by YNS Live with NFL Thread recorded live on Fireside with hosts Juliet Hahn and Cynthia Zordich featuring special guests Ricky & Cat Watters. Ricky Watters, former NFL Running Back, played a total of 10 seasons for the San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks. After winning a National Championship at the University of Notre Dame, he scored 3 touchdowns in a Super Bowl XXIX victory with the 49ers, was a 5 Time Pro-Bowler, 4 Time All-Madden and 3 Time All-Pro. He retired with over 10,643 career rushing yards and 4,248 yards receiving and has the most consecutive starts in the NFL other than Walter Payton. Ricky is passionate about music, mentoring at-risk youth and advocating for players who paid the price after the game. He is the co-founder of Impact Wellness by Ricky Watters which offers all-natural Pro-Athlete Strength pain relief. As an attorney, former sports agent and NFL wife of over 20 years, Catherina Watters has witnessed first-hand the trials and tribulations that NFL players face during their careers. In football, there are no guarantees due to certain risk of injury. Since 2008, Catherina has been dedicated to helping former players attain monetary awards and medical treatment for their injuries and helping with transition after the game. Many of her clients have been diagnosed with Dementia, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and ALS and continue to battle disabling orthopedic injuries. Catherina received her J.D. from New York Law School and her B.S. from Santa Clara University. She is a member of the California and Florida State Bar Associations. You can check out their work at impact-wellness.com Remarkable Quotes “When I say this - I speak to the younger NFL wives and spouses. The NFL community is very private and often we feel we cannot share aspects of our lives. Yet, we go through such similar experiences. We need to realize that we have to help each other. Who is going to do it if we don't? Who else would understand but us? Being friendly is not really helping. If you're in a position to help… you should.” Sponsor The YNS Live With NFL Thread Super Bowl Experience is sponsored by Shutterstock Editorial. Wherever you go - Shutterstock is there to capture it! Contact Shutterstock at firstname.lastname@example.org and take the field with Shutterstock's award-winning photography superstars. Find Us Online! Fireside: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich Instagram: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich | NFL Thread LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich FB: Juliet Hahn | NFL Thread Clubhouse: Juliet Hahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn Twitter: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich | NFL Thread
A poster on a Chicago kid's wall in 1988 showed three men in tuxedos: Michael Jordan, Walter Payton, and Andre Dawson. Class for all seasons. Card 500 on Beckett Card 401 on Beckett SABR Bio by Dan D'Addona Living HBCU Baseball History Dawson hit by Eric Show pitch Great throw to gun down Mitch Webster All-Star Dinger off the restaurant window ESPN: Andre Dawson's Second Act Class For All Seasons
We are not being careless when we say that our guest today, Jerry B. Jenkins, is one of the most prolific authors of this generation, or any generation for that matter. Penning more than 200 books, including 21 New York Times bestsellers, Jerry has sold more than 72 million cumulative copies worldwide. Best known for his end times “Left Behind” series, a collection of titles that spawned several major motion pictures, Jerry has also written many biographies on such athletic luminaries as Hank Aaron, Walter Payton, Mike Singletary, and Orel Hershiser. He even assisted Billy Graham on his autobiography.His latest work is a novelization of season two of the critically acclaimed video series, ‘The Chosen'. Titled “The Chosen: Come and See”, the book is rich in capturing the program's authentically Biblical base, as readers will identify with the real-life struggles, victories, doubts and issues that we all face … even those personally chosen by Jesus.In a writing career that spans six decades, Jerry's career started simply, pounding out sports stories on a typewriter for his high school newspaper.Jerry joins us on the Crossmap Podcast to share what the collaborative writing process looks like between him and his son Dallas Jenkins, the creator and director of ‘The Chosen' video series. Listen as he describes what he uncovered in his research about the life of Jesus that astounded him and changed the way he views the Gospel message. Links to Jerry B. Jenkins Jerry B. Jenkins Website Books on Amazon Follow Jerry on Twitter Follow Jerry on Facebook Links to Crossmap Crossmap Website Crossmap Facebook
One of the greatest linebackers in NFL history Mike Singletary shares his real thoughts about the Super Bowl Shuffle 35 years later, reflects on the leadership of Walter Payton and answers fan questions. To learn more about Mike Singletary visit: https://premierespeakers.com/mike_singletary Beyond Speaking is hosted by Brian Lord and produced by Eric Woodie
4 HBCU players made it to the Walter Payton award watchlist: Shedeur Sanders, Kemari Averett, Shaq Davis, and Xavier Smith. After 13 years under Gregory Moore, The SIAC has found a new commissioner in Anthony Holloman. 4 HBCU players made it to the Walter Payton award watchlist: Shedeur Sanders, Kemari Averett, Shaq Davis, and Xavier Smith. As a QB, Sanders has the clear advantage as this is mostly a QB award. Still this represents how highly they are viewed within their position for everyone else. The HBCU mindset is close to the mindset of NFL players on special teams. There are 3 key attributes they both share: being counted out, being doubted, and also having to fight. HBCU players are used to facing the obstacles and having to fight just to make it to the NFL players, while many special teamers are fighting to ensure they can have a spot on the roster. After 13 years under Gregory Moore, The SIAC has found a new commissioner in Anthony Holloman. Holloman was the former VP of advancement and Athletic Director for Fort Valley State. His history in leadership position and also his educational history bode well for his stock as the leader of a conference. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. 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 BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ep. 104: Behind-the-scenes stories that only his children can offer to celebrate his 68th birthday. Learn how to be present and apply Walter's “never die easy” code of conduct to work in your career and life. Visit https://donyaeger.com/corporate-competitor-podcast/episode-104/ a free gift and today's show notes! Special thanks to Brian Schnorr and Savannah Hill for making this episode possible.
Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel were joined by former Score host Dan Jiggetts to reminisce about his time at the station, from his show with host Mike North to his relationship with Bears legend Walter Payton.
Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel opened their portion of The Score's special 30th anniversary broadcast by listening to senior audio producer Chris Tannehill's retrospective on the station's history. After that, show friend and Chicago sportscaster Jarrett Payton called in to reflect on what he remembers of his father, legendary Bears running back Walter Payton, announcing his liver disease on The Score in an emotional scene back in 1999. Later, former WXRT top man Norm Winer joined the show discuss the beginnings of The Score from what he remembers.
Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel were joined by show friend and Chicago sportscaster Jarrett Payton, who called in to reflect on what he remembers of his father, legendary Bears running back Walter Payton, announcing his liver disease on The Score in an emotional scene back in 1999.
In the final hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Josh Nelson of the Sox Machine Podcast to discuss the White Sox's 12-2 rout of the Twins on Thursday, outfielder Luis Robert's defensive struggles and much more. Bernstein then shared a story that commingles the Bulls and the 1985 Super Bowl champion Bears. Later, producer Mike Rankin shared why he's now back in on the White Sox.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Mike Singletary tells Rich how RB legend Walter Payton pranked him big time at his first trip to the Pro Bowl, says why the Bears' defense will keep them in games this year, how his '85 Monsters of the Midway Bears would handle a mouthy Aaron Rodgers, and says what makes Aaron Donald so special. ‘American Ninja Warrior' host Akbar Gbajabiamila joins Rich in-studio to discuss the shows 14th season and which athletes and celebrities we'd like to see on the show, the Tommy Pham-Joc Pederson fantasy football slap heard ‘round the world, and Aaron Donald signing with Kanye West's Donda Sports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices