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"brett farr" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Get Up!

"To like does that make sense. You want it now you know what right they get to take the young quarterback they get to groom the young quarterback and keep the mvp the league on the same team. You you want your to eat it too. Yes so they get to do that as an organization and that just to me seems like a huge win by green bay and i know that shefty continues to bring up the point. He gets to determine where he plays next year. So what happens if he goes to them. And said i want to go play minnesota. I wanna go play with those two receivers like the packers get a division. How does he actually get no. I think dan there's going to be certain. Stipulations about certain places. Not gonna be able to go. I don't believe that ultimately he's going to be allowed to go play or choose a team in the nfc north. not that. that's going to happen. I think that there'll be a certain understanding. And my guess would be. That will probably be dill data conference in the end. If that's what he wants look again. he's not gonna have a hundred percent say but he's going to be able to dictate where he gets to play in two thousand twenty two. That's the point it's that little nebulous. I understand orlowski is questions like either you have. Contracts are pretty simple at the end of the day. Mike t right. And you've you've made your life in them. They either say it or they don't like either either. You can go wherever you want to go or we still have some control over the situation and the devil is always in the details so until we see the details. This will be fascinating to see wetlands. That's exactly right. And ironically if we go back to two thousand eight as rob alluded to at the jets we were able to get brett farr because as much as brett farve in the packers were at loggerheads and ironically it was about getting at rogers on the field from the packer standpoint they were docking to tree brett. Farve to the nfc and that's one of the reasons we were able to get. Brett convince them to come to the jets was that he didn't want to be there. They didn't want them there anymore. But there was no way they were going to trade him to a team in the and we were able to take advantage of that opportunity so as much as they're upset with each other they're going to have to work together next off season hype fascinating again shefty continuing to work the phones. We'll get all the details as this thing comes in the meantime training camps all over the nfl are opening today. And so let's look.

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"brett farr" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"brett farr" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Of you there was a time fifty like fifty sold now a lot of fifty six I think that you know but you know it's really unfair I look at it as people are like that like my dad was it's really unfair to everyone else that you would be that selfish to you and take care of yourself you know for the for the kids the Y. for what whatever if you think about me is that you kids in future selected I feel terrible well that's what you do when you don't take care of yourself if you just walk away from that's really kind of the same thing so what is your time is your time minimal and will try to resolve the case and you've been listening to Brett Farr part four of our five part series about so much in my goodness in talking about humility having to look up the word those words could approximate what he was thinking about my good looking back in our lives we can all do that if we're not we're really not living right hi we looked and did things ten years ago hopefully we're doing better now and we're improving I think that's why people are happier as they get older especially as they get their sixties or seventies our segment on happiness and the happiness curve with Jonathan Roush maybe one of my favorite ours and a great American writer was miserable in his late forties and by the time he was in his mid fifties you figured out why the old off a lot of parts of his life that weren't making them happy starting to look a little bit of gratitude a lot more utility it is a life changing this happens as we get older anyway but my goodness thinking about life in context and living it properly hopefully just get a little better each day one day at a time sometimes up sometimes down you can go down mereka network dot org we have this five part series Brett farmer no one has anything like it and that's what we do here on the show and whether it's the life of bread.

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"brett farr" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"brett farr" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Whether it's the life of bread for Henry Ford we talked a great historians about him for the Stein way family four my goodness margarine Scott on spike's story by George will about Curt flood it's just a beautiful story and our favorite so when we hear from the subjects in their own words with their own voices as little of us as possible Brett Farr story here on our American story hello I'm Mike Lindell the inventor my pillow and like all of you out there I have problems sleeping pillows would go flat I would flip up all night long I would wake up with a sore neck maybe a headache or feel like I need a nap even though I slept eight hours when I invented my pillow I wanted to to where you could move the patented fill to give you the exact support you need is an individual regardless of sleep position might kill will get you into that deep sleep faster and you will stay there longer it's not about how much time we spend about is about how much of that quality sleep we get I do all my own manufacturing right here in the United States I have a ten year warranty you can wash and dry my pillow and I give you a sixty day money back guarantee so you have nothing to lose go to my pillow dot com or call one eight hundred.

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"brett farr" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"brett farr" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"American stories much of what's known about legendary NFL quarterback Brett farb it's been kept between the goal posts but our own Greg hanger took a drive three hours south to Hattiesburg Mississippi we broadcast from here in Oxford to learn the rest of the story as we do so often here at our American stories Brett's life what we come up with is a five part series about a lot of things this one has to do with the day on December twenty two two thousand three the day after his father's fatal heart attack in his father's name was Irving Brett Farr played in a must win Monday night football game against the Oakland Raiders far dealt with the grief in the best way you can imagine he played his heavy heart out is easy for anyone to see love of the game was one of the many reasons he was such a fan favorite but on this Monday night Brett was playing for second love love of his father your farm share with Greg Chandler third love that was present on that curricula seasoning here again is performed with part three of our five that game of all games are played and played three under twenty one games played in two super bowls by far not not even close the most pressure and the most nervous I've ever been was No clinging and it was a it had nothing to do about well I or well I'm not bloody those people were thinking leading understandably so I mean do you think you apply I knew I was gonna apply to you but I was so afraid that I would reply a one dollar my dad about playing the lights for.

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"brett farr" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"brett farr" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"W. G. M. J.'s Jeff Wagner good afternoon Wisconsin welcome to the show so glad to have you with us so glad to have the rain finally out of the forecast looks like it's going to be a couple nights days and weekends with appropriate social distancing we can get help and develop and start to enjoy what hopefully will be a nice springtime weekend again maintaining operate social distancing could you hear during the news that they quote the health secretary as saying well a large gatherings they're there they might be out until we have a vaccine which is okay best case scenario a year year and a half some people think we're not going to have a vaccine for several years we'll talk about that a little bit later but I mean are we really at a point where I I don't know no live sporting events snow festivals nothing for years all right it is are we willing to do that we will discuss a little bit want to start off the with the story from the world of sports yesterday Brett farb doing interviews prepped far saying Hey look here's the deal I think Aaron Rodgers I would be surprised if he finishes his career as a Packer course everybody knows in the draft last week the Packers surprised a lot of people by trading up to take a quarterback now the quarterback isn't going to play for the next year or two but just like the Packers drafted Aaron Rodgers to be the successor to Brett Farr it appears that the Packers have drafted Jordan love to be the successor to Aaron Rodgers thing is Aaron Rodgers doesn't appear to be great to go anywhere anytime soon he's got multiple years left on his contract and he said he wants to play into his forties does not appear that the Packers have a plan to allow Aaron Rodgers to play into his forties at least with Green Bay now I have been a sports fan all my life and one of the things that I think is is it from a fan's perspective not players perspective but from a fan's perspective one of the things that I think it's just been fortunate over the years has been the fact that you have so very few players who start their career with one team and end up with that team throughout their entire career and I think that that's one of the things is kinda hurt loyalty because you know it used to be back in the day Hey that this player you know you you follow woman they're going to be with the team for the whole career don't understand why that doesn't work out you know players aren't slaves players if they get they get free agency if they get better deals and chances for more money they are going to move around don't fault the players for doing that but still I I think it hurts a little bit you know if you remember back when Paul Molitor left the brewers for me Molitor he went to Toronto because they could pay more money than the brewers quit and that's unfortunate robin ELT is revered around here why well not only was a great player but he played his entire career in Milwaukee that's something that people remember that something that makes a big deal it's something that doesn't happen a lot and I will also confess that over the years there have been exceptions but over the years I can imagine I get there's one situation after another we have these great players who just want to hang on and so what they do is they they want that one extra season in the sun so they end up going somewhere else Joe Nemeth great quarterback for the New York Jets played his last two years for the Los Angeles rams and he was a shell of himself he was injured and all that but you just it just didn't look right seen Joe Nemeth in LA rams suit Johnny unite as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time for the Baltimore colts well he the colts decided they wanted to move on Johnny Linus went to San Diego and played for the San Diego Chargers Willie Mays right Willie Mays my last recollection of Willie Mays was a young kid is Willie Mays well left the San Francisco Giants he was playing center field for the New York Mets he was still Willie Mays but he could barely Ron he could barely throw the ball over hand it was just it was kind of tough to watch these athletes move on of course here in Wisconsin it's still I think kind of a fresh wound you will remember that the Packers wanted to move on from Brett Farr Brett Farr of wasn't willing to go and he ended up with first playing that year for the New York Jets and in two years with the Minnesota Vikings kind of S. thumb in your eye I think for the Packers and then ultimately retired it's taken a while but I think you know those bridges have been now rebuilt and Brett Farr shows up at Lambeau field that he gets the adoration he likes our number eight five five six one six one six twenty it's the accurate mortgage talk N. text line Brett Farr says he thinks Aaron Rodgers going to be playing somewhere else sometime before he ends up retiring here is my question to you how will you feel about that what's it going to look like if we end up seeing Aaron Rodgers in a Chicago Bears outfit or you know he's in a Los Angeles rams uniform what's it going to be like if Rodgers leads will that hurt his legacy will it be tough for you to accept is this a guy that's had a tremendous hall of fame career if it ends tomorrow read how tough is it going to be for you to see Aaron Rodgers somewhere else eight five five six one six one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talk N. text line my take on this I don't disagree with Brett Farr I think in all likelihood in the Tom Brady is going to Tampa Bay for goodness sakes in all likelihood you're probably going to see that the Packers are going to be ready to move on from there and before Aaron is ready to go I understand wanting to play I certainly don't fall people making as much money as they possibly can but you know it's going to tough it's going to be it's going to be gut wrenching it's gonna be a gut punch I think to see Aaron Rodgers play somewhere else and and if it's a point of just kind of like hanging on a lot like what I think Tom Brady is going to do I don't think that helps the legacy of the player eight five five six one six one six twenty fifty second mortgage talking text line as a matter of fact I think Johnny United's passed away but if you talk to him if you would have talked to Joe Nemeth if you're talk to Willie Mays they they tell you that maybe that that last year to that desire just to keep playing for the sake of playing he might regret it how tough is going to be do you watch Aaron Rodgers in a different uniform if that in fact happens like Brett Farr predicts eight five five six one six one six twenty back with your calls in just a moment if you're on the line please hold on this is Jeff Wecker W. T. M. J. has been Wisconsin's radio station since nineteen twenty seven which means that over the same frequency and we have been with you through it all the hot side the White House the last hour of the last day of World War two the.

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"brett farr" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"brett farr" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Expected to see Brett Farr flan a down of football in the New York Jets are Minnesota Vikings uniform until we saw what could happen to yet another legendary Packers quarterback far think so the hall of Famer told the rich Eisen show that he thinks Aaron Rodgers will finish his career somewhere other than Green Bay that comment stems from the way that the Pat Packers handled last week's draft forces he was really surprised to see the pack trade up to select Jordan love well I'll be honest with you I was very surprised but I really thought they would go in the direction of of an all kinds of weapons you know there were several plays up from from being in super bowls but you know just a few plays from from that kind of all back in that game and enough against your love of have not not mean no disrespect but you trade up to get a guy who I think might turn out to be great I hope he does but you took you you trade up together more of a project the U. is courtesy of the rich Eisen show on the NBC sports network for about it that he has spoken with Roger since the draft and that Rogers does have every right to be disappointed if he is in G. disappointed as for love his college coach sure seems to believe in him former badgers in current Utah state head coach Gary Andersen says love isn't it factor he's gonna bring it to Green Bay he had that leadership ability last year we played seven games went right down to the wire we want five o'clock the first four months left in the year one five and in the in the middle of the season and every single time we gobble situations all he doesn't look over gave me a wink and say coach we got this thing and he goes out and he believes that I think that's the special part of being a quarterback I think hurting here for Packers fans Anderson was a guest on will the entire shot ninety four five ESPN you can hear his full comments right now at Wisconsin on demand dot com elsewhere in football another former Packers filing a grievance against his former team linebacker clay Matthews making a formal complaint against the Los Angeles rams forget this two million dollars in unpaid guarantees I would make a formal complaint as well Matthews is currently a free agent still looking for a job this offseason and finally basketball the NBA could be headed to the happiest place on earth the league is reportedly considering the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando Florida as a site to finish out its season the athletic the first report that use the Lopez brothers would be pumped they love Disney world in fact you're already brought this up this morning but I'll bring it up again robin Lopez last night on his Twitter account called dibs on the bucs staying at the Polynesian resort right there on the lagoon at Disney what's he's already very excited about the prospect of the Milwaukee Bucks and potentially the rest of the NBA fishing out their season down there in Orlando two big guys were just kids at heart going back to Aaron Rodgers brand but I was reading Tom Watson the Wisconsin state journal this morning and and his takeaway from what's been going on it is separate Aaron Rodgers from all this stuff you look at what the Packers did in this draft then you look at what their fellow competitors in the NFC including the San Francisco forty Niners did and the Packers are really stand out to the fact that they did nothing to get better for the upcoming season yeah that's the frustrating part San Francisco lost a couple of pieces it but they they replaced all of those pieces either through free agency or through the draft so they're coming out even if not a little bit better and in Minnesota with what they did in the in the draft is specifically with their first round pick and taken Justin Jefferson wide receiver at Louisiana state a lot of Packers fans wanted to see Green Bay snag you know Minnesota is in a good spot to and granted once again they lost their top wide receiver Stefon Diggs in a trade that you know he just he wanted out of Minnesota but they were able to replace him with a really good young players so Jeez right you're a genius one of those situations where some of the top contenders you're gonna have to deal with not only the division but in the end if she got better then you throw team like Tampa Bay into the mix we know how they got better I mean Tom Brady and rob Gronkowski all of a sudden it's a really crowded and I see that the Packers have to navigate and they haven't done much to help themselves at least from the outside looking in for the twenty twenty season yeah here's another bone in the throat if you walk by and look what Dallas did Gerald Jones and Mike McCarthy you're getting big grades great grades for what they did in the strip to to bolster their ranks it's yeah there everybody else got better that's that's the takeaway seven forty nine at.

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Favre: Rodgers 'surprised' by Packers' decision to take Love

CBS Sports Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Favre: Rodgers 'surprised' by Packers' decision to take Love

"Brad L. or the Green Bay Packers trading up to draft quarterback Jordan love in the first round last week surprised everybody including Brett Farr the hall of Famer watch the exact same thing happened fifteen years ago when the pack drafted his successor in Aaron Rodgers Green Bay again choosing to focus on the future with its first pick rather than build off of last season's run to the NFC championship game here's farm on SiriusXM NFL radio they were several plays away from the Super Bowl to me it sends a message that I'm not I'm not saying that it's with the wall pick but I'm saying based on their situation present

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"brett farr" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"brett farr" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Piece with Aaron Rodgers going in detail and get free S. P. N. the magazine and one of the things that she said was that throughout that process you learn because things had been so bad between Aaron Rodgers and Brett Farr because of how that process went she said conversely mentor ship mattered to Erin on the other end of this he always said I wanted to be a better mentor than I had in that process because he didn't like the fact that it took him and brought for so many years right to head out on that so if for for Aaron Rodgers in particular Meena said this was something that does matter to him well that's good that's good because again it's not your love falls no I mean by by any stretch of the imagination is purely a although it is interesting is this time for straight talk brought to my straight talk wireless you know everyone says well Jeez far was like really mean to one of the first things Aaron Rodgers ever said about five when they met was what's up grandpa yeah this is what I mean he's like the personality that is going to come in and necessarily give me the warm fuzzies right away yeah so let's so we're obviously there's been a lot of fault that that was the shocking pic of the route to me we don't live with Jaylen heard yesterday too but we can see what else they did around it it made it it mitigated the shock of to me anyway of that act with everything else they did it was it was the start of a surprising pick because they didn't follow it up with anything that's it at all in a wide receiver rich draft they did not draft a single wide receiver that took a tight end and they took a running back who I think is a very productive in AJ Dillon but they did not give our Rogers another weapon so with all of this Tony Kornheiser on PTI or as he's known to most people twenty core Heiser yeah basically says it's up to Erin to say I'm out of here I think down Rogers order consider asking for a trade that's how much I think this is a ridiculous pick on airport Alan Rogers does not have around him what Mahomes does what Brees does what even the Rapala does every year they don't draft anybody to help Alan Rogers and they say you're so great go out there and turn water into wine and pretty much all the time does that this did not happen on any other team in the league because other teams have owners and you would have to go to the owner and say we're thinking of trading up to get a quarterback you don't say what what are you nuts get out of here the question is is there Rodgers wanna be that guy I mean I I don't think listen I don't think he's going to do it but the guy is on let's let's be honest he's on the back nine as they say probably the back few holes but he's thirty six you could play definitely play for a few more years as you want at a high level and and listen the way he's playing he's playing very well I I I could see that they're just given nothing there I mean it wouldn't again it wouldn't be for the fact that they took Jordan love it would be for the fact that they're given no help I believe some of the tweets I was getting from people in Green Bay saying we did need a wide receiver were fine I might tell you looking at I'm not sure exactly that's not how our offense runs okay your the whole first ballot hall of fame quarterback and your offense doesn't want to run I'm throwing to wide receiver it is truly remarkable the people around the Packers universe the stockings and you're mistaken I truly don't understand like the assessment and I get it like everyone's retort always is well you guys pair shooting for a few games here like it maybe we can see the forest for the trees like your and it's another thing if you'd been unclear Erin is put it out there like Hey it would be nice if you guys spent some top and draft it on the parents of young players like that in a secret that anyone's been playing with it and just look it's not a clear line of talent but our local Cuban put out something I think expresses the frustration perhaps for Aaron Rodgers this is the career touchdown passes quarterbacks have thrown to receivers or pass catchers that were first round picks a drew Brees has thrown a hundred four of those in his career Tom Brady is thrown hundred five Peyton manning has thrown two hundred ninety three touchdown passes to receivers that were first topic spread far a hundred twenty seven Dan Marino waiting for for over thirty five Ben Roethlisberger sixty nine Aaron Rodgers one one one two a tight end our server Sadie's Lewis last year old slow definitely not it was not a first round pick for the Green Bay Packers it really blows my mind and by the way they were thirty three last year correct there were thirteen three I so maybe that to the Green Bay people are hanging out saying listen drive were in default Adams turned into a great receiver ever anybody else were thirteen and three man you're okay it's great thirteen three and and I I get it you did you did well what I did I don't see you winning a Super Bowl which is the goal without getting some better weapons from our foreign affair Roger forty Niners did not need another D. lineman the New Orleans Saints did not need another offense of linemen but you know what smart teams do they don't operate like that when they've got the opportunity and when they're coaching from a position where you were super bowl tangent they go out there and they add to the spots that they know make wins and right now for the Packers with the amount of games did you want close last year I'm not sure why you're looking at this and saying yes we just hold status quo we're going to be good at all this like when is been staying the same year over year been a good strategy for getting better especially in this let me tell you what error Rogers has to be looking longingly at Tom Brady L. as in Rogers been obviously with the Packers his entire career and Brady even longer with his and then Brady goes to Tampa Bay and it's just weapon after already had weapons when he got there and then they get more weapons since he's been there for an error has come to be gone man maybe the grass might be I wonder I I do wonder for cross is mine to what Tony Kornheiser said if it crosses mind to say huh why did someone really wanted to build around time or time went to team that had weapons and they built more around them you think a team would do that Ferrero Rocher differ if you really wanted out of there I mean in the next two years that's going to have to become part of the reality of the some point because of the contract that's been structure right because you drafted a first rounder like you really gonna waste of first rounders contract upon three having him sit for three years said look what we said this the last few years about drew Brees and Michael Thomas it's Michael Thomas and then whomever thank you Sir Alvin Kamara last year was the second leading receiver for the for the saints but for for the Packers divine say Adams last year had five touchdowns five nine hundred ninety seven yards and eighty three receptions the next receiver on that list receiver was Jimmy Graham with thirty eight the next wide receiver was Allen Lazard with thirty five now you had a bunch of them to what Aaron Jones forty that's running yeah so the next best receiver had less than half the catches of the Montana that's why this doesn't make a lot of sense in terms of what they have on their team and I by the way just a point of clarification when I say waste a rookie contract because I know people can say what Aaron Rodgers sat all those years we know what rookie contracts are now especially for quarterbacks there were an advantage if you choose to use them in the salary cap era post two thousand out of his energy and you have a high cap quarterbacking for I guess they're not an advantage with Maxine field and he's just sitting there a choir in currency to steer the clipboard and to your point about that look with the rams were able to load up with around Jared Goff when he was on that rookie deal than what they had to pay him look at all the Seattle walked out the door Seattle Seattle as well so listen it'll be interesting to see if Rogers chooses to go down that path but I mean the fact that they're not giving him anything I think is still the most anything of what happened over this weekend and all that was straight talk brought to my straight talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart coming up the Dream Team proved they didn't need Isaiah Thomas but they they actually need Michael Jordan we'll get a better.

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"brett farr" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Recorded from an earlier live broadcast good morning beautiful people it is Friday April twenty fourth the morning after the first round of the twenty twenty NFL draft we can't thank the humans that watched our draft super special AJ hawk myself all the boys from last night we enjoyed the hell out of it the biggest moment of the night it was a relatively boring draft to be honest with you there wasn't a lot of trades there wasn't a lot of moves there's a lot of offense of linemen taken surveys like that's a smart move maybe a wide receiver was taken before another wide receiver that was kind of confusing Jerry Jones shows up in his super yacht makes a good decision there was really nothing going on kind of getting bored with it and then the Green Bay Packers they trade up from pick number thirty shortly after being in the NFC championship game shortly after being one game away from being at the Super Bowl they trade up from thirty to twenty six to draft not another weapon for Aaron Rodgers not a defensive player to stop the team from potentially running another hundred eighty six yards before contact like what happened in our last game that they played instead they draft Aaron Rodgers successor when Erin still has four years left on his contract this was a mind blower this was a mind boggling this makes absolutely no sense to anybody who has a brain box I actually loved it gave us something to talk about and we have a Die Hard Packers fan in this room who lost his mind last night and I think he is a direct representative of the entire Packers faithful we'll talk about that we'll talk about all the B. S. that was happening with to a potentially falling he goes to the Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins at a big first round last night Justin Herbert friend of the show ends up with the Los Angeles Chargers is he the only quarterback that should be new the Los Angeles Chargers franchise this morning while I was driving to work I was kicking around some possible ideas if I was in Rogers what I would try to do if I just bought a house in Malibu and I see that my franchise does not give a damn about my success at all they don't care about us winning us being one game away from the Super Bowl me not having a weapon drafted in the first round for fifteen years if I'm Aaron Rodgers and he won't do this because we have some clips that he told us about how we want to be Green Bay Packer for the rest of his life to that change last night I don't know this is an eerily similar situation to the bread for very Roger situation if you don't look at the facts if you don't look at the stats Brett Farr was teasing retirement L. Rogers was the number one quarterback in that draft class and I think there were like four and twelve or something at one point everything about the bread for Aaron Rodgers situation is no where near similar to this Aaron Rodgers Jordan love situation they were in the NFC championship game last year an error Rogers is that on numerous occasions he wants to play past forty which is for ways of four years away from did you see the Buccaneers draft another quarterback they sent already for two years four years in Rogers still has pledged that the Buccaneers are not we're good we're gonna actually get some protection for the guy did you see the New Orleans Saints last night take a back up quarterback to drew Brees who just signed a two year deal a two year deal after getting hurt last year he signed a two year deal did they draft is backup quarterback of the future no the only people that there was a Green Bay Packers we have to talk about that we have to get Todd's reaction I guess there's some Packers fans on the line that want to give their take that is the story of round one and it just so happened to be about an hour and a half after Aaron Rodgers was talking to us about what could potentially happen for the Packers and how he'll react to it I mean this is a wild time to be alive one day whatever of quarantine without live sports but last night the Green Bay Packers and Hey I know you guys don't got a damn thing to talk about let's change that this draft has been boring everybody's been doing what they're supposed to we're going to come in and for take this whole thing up today's gonna be a good day let's enjoy the hell out of it and Foxy please place objects right.

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NFL Draft 2020: Packers blindsided Aaron Rodgers with Jordan Love pick

The Jim Rome Show

01:43 min | 1 year ago

NFL Draft 2020: Packers blindsided Aaron Rodgers with Jordan Love pick

"Operate Jacobin the NFL draft came off without a hitch last night and was a welcome relief in rounds two and three you'll be tonight but this week's event as certainly re energize the football fan commissioner Roger Goodell was a guest on CBS this morning is hoping the NFL can start on time but the draft continues tonight last night's first round didn't have any surprises up top but they came later in the evening the Packers at the biggest eye opening move trading up to take Utah state quarterback Jordan love Green Bay is coming off a conference championship game appearance but instead of adding a weapon for Aaron Rodgers of which there were several possible wants to add they didn't step decide to draft his successor GM Brian Goodwin said it came down to finding the top player on their board Rogers was drafted late in the first round fifteen years ago and sat behind Brett Farr for three years perhaps the Packers will follow that same plan with love certainly needing seasoning after a down year with the Aggies the Bengals let off the draft by taking Heisman Trophy winner Joe borrow as expected all the number one pick in tonight's second round as well some of the other winners from last night's first round include the Miami Dolphins went three picks in the opening round and still got to a talk by lower thought was the tank for two up but that seemingly went out the window when they won five of their last nine games but they still got their guy at number five the Alabama quarterback is downplayed concerns over his injury saying he's fully recovered from hip surgery they also drafted some protection selecting offense of tackle Austin Jackson out of U. S. see the box also beefed up their offense of line moving up a spot to take some protection for Tom Brady and I was tackled Tristen worst tiki and Tierney will have complete coverage of tonight's festivities beginning

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"brett farr" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"brett farr" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The prolific weapons on the opposite side of the ball led by quarterback Brett Farr next plays the most important play the the the very important thing is this the Green Bay Packers are a good football team okay they've proved that over the course of of seventeen games this year they execute very well to beat the Green Bay Packers you have to out execute a team that executes very well they have a running game now was the first time we saw them they really didn't have a running game okay and going into the fourth quarter was a very very close football game now there were some reasons that we were in the position we were in we were all for in the in the red zone skews me for three they were four for four okay that was a big factor in that game but this team is a good team if you're gonna beat them you have to beat them by out executing them all plan and certainly you always have to win the physical battle always they're a quick team if you saw the Seattle game it looked to me just watching that game even before I got into the tape they were they'll more bounce in their step they were faster they were quicker they utilize the cadence better for example offensively or defensively they did a great job of of literally shutting down for almost three quarters very good Seattle office football team so you have to at this point in time to win in these circumstances you have to win the physical battle and you have to make the place when they're they're necessary to be made and out executed team that is a very very good executing T. obviously Brett farb is on his way to the hall of fame a three time league Most Valuable Player of very creative player you got against two different quarterbacks in the port in the post season but creative quarterbacks you have to use some of the same print symbols are used against Garcia and Roma this week fluid effluent and brush fires the same kind of player he's going to come out of pocket if you given the opportunity to run a few given the opportunity the plane he made last week to leave worry flicked the ball underhanded for the big first down there in the in the fringe of the green zone that was an ad lib place so the guy just makes place he's in a position where he does the kind of things are necessary for his team to win and one thing it'll be very critical they were a plus for during the regular season they are minus one you know after the first game of the playoffs were plus four turnovers are always always a critical factor in the playoffs coach finally they have to verdict veteran cornerbacks who are very physical a good front seven excuse me your team has done a very good job in the post season of greens on scoring when you've got the ball there you've gotten touchdowns is that really what key component in this game against green bay's defense you have to finish the drives you gotta finish the drives with touchdowns they're not an easy team in that part of the field themselves and the numbers show it but you have to be able to do that if you're if you're gonna help to win coach thanks for couple minutes best of luck and we'll do this two weeks and Glenda for her very good Bob thank you that's near giants head coach Tom Coughlin of the coin toss in opening kick off after this time out on the.

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"brett farr" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Welcome back so yesterday we did a deep dive on Brett Farr and that was fun because we put the jumbo spin on it a gentleman came in and we we got some things what I'm trying to keep this is fresh that possibly can we may do more that going forward what we have here is a live show this not some throwback it's not a best this is not a look back at the twenty nineteen or two thousand nine liberty bowl this is a live program and it has been every single day since is went down and we are still in our studios and CBS sports network is still what simulcasting which we find to me is I mean obviously we're getting a lot of people who are listening and watching that or nearly might not be able to because of jobs in life but what is funny to me is even some long time hardcore jungle listeners had never seen the show on TV before Intel now because they're stuck at home and one thing I do want to say CBS sports network is doing an amazing job of getting this thing on the air every single day if it's the first time you've seen the TV show this is not generally what the TV show looks like this is just kind of stripped down and it's great I mean I'm so happy that one CBS sports network right now we know this is not normally what it looks like we're doing the best we can under the circumstances because of what's happening in New York City my son was having run into our country what in New York City because a lot of people who work on the show in New York have been displaced a lot of them are actually running the TV show from their homes so big hat tip to them for getting us on the air but this is where we are and where we've been in the event that changes we will be ready for the GM home radio program got my comments box set up I'm ready to roll but I hope it doesn't come to that because we are happy in the studio telephone number is one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six wells in the three six oh tweets or read it and I'll be wearing the same shirt white in hot get the memo memo I don't know I can see rip but I can't see Ali Abu woody rocking today looking around I pay pretty close bridge D. close last month all right anybody else that's well as in the three six so coming in on Twitter one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six also as I mentioned want to read you have a certain belief right now I believe paying that the most compelling show on TV is the tiger King it might be the most watched you might be the most talked about it's not the best show on TV this is not the most compelling show right now and the most compelling show right now it's not something you can find on Netflix the most electric show at the very moment is the cam Newton show these broadcasting every single day on his Instagram page have you checked this out yet because if you haven't you should be I'm checking in every single day on his page and every single day this guy delivers black and white photos and video of a guy on his grind he's doing work now he's doing work he's doing his work he's doing your work he's doing my work this guy's doing everybody's work and he's doing for work you've got questions about how he's recovering from that foot surgery everybody wants to know because teams can't bring him in for a physical sell houses for how's he doing off that foot surgery you've got questions he's got answers how about some ladder.

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The Myth of Quarterback Hand Size

ESPN Daily

11:11 min | 1 year ago

The Myth of Quarterback Hand Size

"So let's talk some measurements. That's what went down today. The consensus number one overall pick Joe. Pearls hand sized came in at nine inches. Listen to this. The last quarterback that man that small drafted first overall was jared. Goff BACK IN TWO THOUSAND SIXTEEN GUYS. So that's some comparison it's annual. Nfl tradition every year were introduced to the incoming class of rookie quarterbacks. And we're told that a single measurement matters hand size but what if the metric is totally meaningless as the NFL combine unfolds in Indianapolis we investigate the connection between big hands and big production and ask whether Scouts are chasing a myth. I mean it's Tuesday February twenty fifth this is espn daily presented by ADT. Dave I was very self-conscious reading this piece because I don't know if you know this about me but I have tiny tiny hands. I have gigantic cans. Do you See come on tiny baby hands. Dave Flemming is a senior writer for. Espn his report on the NFL's obsession with quarterback hand size publishes ESPN DOT com today. So Dave yesterday was a big day for the quarterback prospects at this year's combine the annual release of the hand size measurements and the annual freak out about said measurements. Well I mean. It's like a national scouting holiday when the the QB hand size measurements. Come out because there is the belief that the distance between a potential NFL quarterbacks tip of his pinky and the tip of his thumb directly correlates to their success in the NFL. That's why we care just to give people sort of a framework here. What what is the big hand? And what is this small hand in football world red flags and NFL SCOUTING? Go up if your hand is smaller than nine and a half inches. But the guys who are said to have hands the size of Catcher's Mitts are. That's generally anything above ten inches. The normal size of adult humans hand is like eight and a half inches eight eight eight point seven five inches right now. Everyone is listening to this. Podcast is looking at their hands if they're under STEERING WHEEL WONDERING DO. I have two small hands. I've never thought about it until this very moment. Well Yeah and I think that is also part of it right that it's a myth or a theory or a legend that are virility is directly connected to the size of our hands that basically goes back to the beginning of time so in that sense. It seems logical that that we care about. How big a quarterback's hands are. What is the origin of the belief in the NFL world? That big hands equals good quarterback as far as I could tell were really took off with with Brett farve scouts and just people in general trying to quantify any way they could why this guy who was sort of a washout in Atlanta would go to the freezing cold and ice elements inside Lambeau field and become a three time. Mvp I mean. I think that's just human nature and scouting in general right that it's like whoa something weird like this happens. We want to be able to quantify it honestly. I think the there were some packers personnel. Who sort of wanted to claim credit for basically knowing in advance that he would be great because of his hand size and then what happens is human nature takes over right and people are like well. That's that's gotta be true. Look at Brett Farr for Lou peyton manning or look at Russell Wilson drew brees. I mean their hands are huge. So therefore air go right. All good quarterbacks have to have big hands breezing. Wilson are interesting examples. Because those were quarterbacks who were not universally seen as being sure things? Yeah in cases like that especially with Russell Wilson. You've got a really influential scouting and personnel department in Seattle right. That is sort of the envy of the rest of the League. And what happens is they. They can't decide. They're worried about picking him so high mainly because of his height and then one of the things that pushes him over the edge in their minds is the fact that he's got huge hands. I think the bigger the hands the easier it is to grip the football and let it rip so for me this this pointer finger right near the tip of the football and let spent basically he should be like seven foot seven if you go proportionately of for how big his hands are so the seahawks based on this data get pushed over the edge. They're like okay. We're GonNa Take Russell Wilson and then retrospectively. It's like Oh look at that. How genius that was that. We went by his hand size. And then that sort of proliferates the myth through all these other kind of envious scouting department's and the same thing for debris. I mean he's a short guy but he's got huge hands data on S. U. Y. When did you as a reporter? Who's been covering football for a long time? I start to doubt the correlation between hand size and being good quarterback I was at years ago at Jamarcus Russell's pro day at at Lsu and it was not good and as he finished up his workout. I walked out with a GM and a coach that I respected and I was like what did you guys think. That was very good and they both were like. Yeah but did you see his hands? They were huge. I think the coach even said it's like he's got an extra knuckle and I was like what that doesn't make any sense right. He could barely connect with his wide receivers on these on routes where there was no defense and they walked out of there going. Yeah but his hands are so huge. He's a can't miss prospect and ever since then really it was kind of like we need to look into this because it doesn't make any sense there have been exhaustive studies including one we did at ESPN. That went back over the last ten graphs and compared quarterback hand size to fumble rate per game and then Qbr overall there is zero correlation between the size of a quarterback's hand and their performance in the NFL. Zero correlation if anything it was in reverse the GUYS WITH QUOTE UNQUOTE SMALLER. Hands fumbled at the same rate and had a higher qbr than quarterbacks with bigger hands. It's like I don't understand. It takes two seconds to look this up to see if there's any correlation and what happens is you look at the data and you go. Well what's going on it's laughable coaches say? Oh hand size is more important than how Tala quarterback is I've read quote unquote draft experts. Who are saying you know in some situations. The size of a quarterback's hand is more important than his arm strength. What and Yes yes. It's never ending. You make a really important point story beyond questioning you know. The connection hand size measurements themselves are not very reliable. This the more you look into this it just gets sillier and Sillier and the fact that between the senior bowl and the combine and then pro day workouts on college campuses. There's no universally accepted way to measure a hand so you could go to the combine and where there's a ruler tape to a desktop and you have to put your hand down and they measure the distance between your thumb and your pinky and that's your hand size and three weeks later at your pro day. They might ask you to just hold your hand up in the air and they would spread a tape measure between your pinky and your psalm. And and that's your hand size one. You can lean into and spread your hands out on a desk. The only thing wrong with the theory of quarterback hand size is that it's fundamentally flawed on every single level if grip strength is more important. Sounds like you think it is. Why don't teams measure that? I honestly that's the million dollar question right. I think that they think that. There's a correlation between size and strength of a grip that's like measuring a kickers foot size to try and predict how long his field goals will be. I think that they think they're measuring for hand strength. And they're not they're measuring hand size and those are two completely different things. There's an entire cottage industry in the draft process of preparing these quarterbacks for you know the combine drills the interviews. Is there any preparation they can do? I can't believe I'm asking a question to make. Their hands seem larger. Yes absolutely there are players because they have no choice. That will hire your hand. Masseuses to loosen up the connective tissue in their hand just so that they can get that measurement over nine inches and sort of. Check that box off Brandon Allen. Who's now a backup in? Denver is a perfect example of that right. He went into the senior bowl. Didn't even realize hand measurement was a thing and just sorta held his hand up and they were like oh eight and a half inches. And everyone's like Oh my God his career's over and so between the senior bowl and the combine the masseuse that he was already working with spend a little extra time massaging his hand and then when he got to the combine he really concentrated on the measurement spread his hand out as far as he could and I think he got just under nine inches and again like the talk of the combine. Was this guy's magical hand masseuse. And he told me right that other quarterbacks with tiny hands we're blowing up his phone asking him what his secret was and and could they get the number of his masseuse coming up. How our brains allow this and other faulty? Nfl Scouting Practices to persist

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Saturday’s NFL schedule is an unexpected delight: Three games with high stakes

Best Week Ever

05:35 min | 2 years ago

Saturday’s NFL schedule is an unexpected delight: Three games with high stakes

"And we had some great games yesterday we had Texans defeating the Bucks wrapping up another A. F. C. south champs there for for five seasons they've done that we ended up having the rails be eliminated by Jimmy garage below Robbie gold late into that ballgame is the forty Niners looking for that number one seed but it was all about the New England Patriots once again and of course they win the AFC east for the eighty seventh consecutive year and bill Belichick was asked about you know where that ASC east hat how do you like the fit of the hat the current lower Nyssa can you imagine it sounds like or how should show press good right yep yep yep sounds good me we can get it done with all its music and I played with Brett Farr is that's that's fair is there a worst give me because who buys that I mean you know you're always looking for a last second Christmas gifts I mean does anyone actually own an A. F. C. east champs T. series in fairness you're offered up a banner that they participated in AFC championship so there are two New England is not gonna be one of those programs that is excited about a hat from an AFC east championship that I think you just said eighty seven straight yeah they're not but but you don't think of the Browns won their division that those hats would go flying off the shelves I I guess right again it's it's expectation level on where you've been and I was in baton Rouge earlier this week and I looked at it and it had give the semi final game tee shirts as you know against Oklahoma there like a get ready for the peach bowl this could be great Mike that's got to be a tough sell as far as merchandise did you want to say that you went there yeah you want to take it that you went to the game yes but it's not the end all be all for Ellis shoots to win a national championship in is to have the national championship cert against probably either I think the Clemson Tigers at Ohio state if they're able defeat defeat Oklahoma but for the patriots it's incredible that they continue to do it and I think I go back and look at Sean McVay tell sure and what happened I thought this was interesting his quote about not going to the Super Bowl would ready to attack the Aussies it is tough because you care so much about these players the work that they put in and you want to do your part to try to you know see yourself you know have see those guys have that success and get an opportunity compete for World Championship we're not gonna do that but I do trust that were made of the right stuff I know that once we get through next week I can't wait to attack the off season figure out how I can be better for this football team as we move forward and I think the scars are gonna make us better it's interesting you know the last time I heard bill Belichick talking give something similar a speech two thousand eight I don't even think you gave that speech river Brady was alpha back castle ins of coming in after Brady got injured in the first couple of games and they go eleven five that was the last time it's been over a decade since the patriots had to give a speech like that and when I see Sean McVay who was this hot you know commodity they go they lost a wild card game made it to the Super Bowl in your two and we're thinking all right he's figured out the game he's brilliant makes me appreciate tells her what bill Belichick and the patriots continue to do in this sport appeared at the end of a yeah and that's why it's been the gray of people say it's the greatest run dynasty in the history of the league because how everything is structured for this not to happen and you see that these teams that lose super bowls the hang over effect there is something there because it's so hard to get in that position and then when you just fall short of it the error just comes completely out and having to reboot now they're rebooting and when you give up draft picks like the rams have and they have a full offense of why they have to re vamp you know in a way it is not left tackle he's getting older if he's gonna come back and play there's a lot of different things that they're going to have to deal with in the Sean McVay the genius title and why so many of these young coaches got hired that was not the case for a majority this season they did come on and play better at the end of the year but there is a stretch in the middle of the season this team was lost so they have a lot of work to do show my face got to figure out kind of new ways to reinvent what he's doing with the personalities gonna have it in you try to re invented and we see reinventing offices work right we we see with what the ravens have done under Lamar Jackson we sell it Sean make very had done obviously with the rams and the collegiate level though I think you can win a national championship by reinventing your office I you look at the LSU Tigers and and what we seen even clubs and while work with but in the NFL it's tried and true it's not about how great your offenses ask Patrick well homes as he has a super beau yet now is arguably the most impressive player often simply we've seen in years but it's about the defense and I guess we still trust the patriots more than anyone because of that defense dowsers or anyone else no I mean right now if you ask me I trust Baltimore and what they're doing running the football and then the defense because it used to be it was all defense and still it keeps you in these games but with the roles and how things go use you have to be able to move the football and that's why the people have been more down on this patriots team because they've struggled so much all season well yesterday was the first real glimpse in the last three or four weeks that you see you know what maybe and now I think you're gonna see a little bit of that doubt start coming back

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Andrew Luck's retirement shocks football fans

Hugh Hewitt

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Andrew Luck's retirement shocks football fans

"And we were shocked by the stunning retirement the age twenty nine Andrew luck the Indianapolis Colts quarterback one estimate I read it a half billion dollars in four gone earnings your reaction might going to made it your top ten but your personal reaction to this young man saying I've got enough I'm not going to risk my health my personal reaction is that this present a massive issue to the NFL how dangerous indeed bill attending the sport can be hold it takes on top talents agenda and I were talking about this last night you reminded me of one of the great Green Bay Packers Brett Farr battled addiction to pain killers the talk about taking fifteen by the bike it in at one time taking a month's worth of pain killers in two days and so I think that the lock during the war you said that the joy had gone out of football the you're stuck in a cycle of the injury rehab injury we have the New York times on football a comma convulsant writing players of locks generation now make a loop whose calculation between help Christmas money and that's going to put them in conflict with team owners who always want more football not what and if you did a little more digging tomorrow you'll see that Andrew luck got crushed his first two seasons with the colts because they had a terrible offensive line to go back to Michael Lewis is great but the blind side and I'm watching Baker Mayfield were on the cover of the brands on the covers SI Odell Beckham junior Jarvis Landry and behind the Baker may feel and Nick Chubb we're gonna have a great year we had a very good offensive line after job attorney I was at left guard and I'm beginning to think that reading that Andrew luck story the brown should start trading draft choices to get in a line to protect their asset which is Baker may feel he's the whole club these everything and the reason Andrew luck is quitting with half the career of Roethlisberger and and one two fifths of the career of Tom Brady is because you don't have an old line it be it Michael Lewis is frightening still right this is a brown story is proof that all politics is local the the the ill the triumph of hope over experience has led me to have season I have my four on the fifteen people want them and I'm so excited about Mike Allen always a pleasure good Monday

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"brett farr" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The way he played reminds me of Brett Farr where on orthodox ready running around sometimes he'd run but he throws some crazy fast yeah well you know it's either a touchdown or intercepted either way it was always fun it was fantastic watch yeah that there's no doubt so I'm glad you could catches up on that I know it was a pretty pretty pretty deep week has been draining yeah I can only imagine yeah yeah it's taken love but you know many people man yeah and Matt handle it I thought really well I texted right after so it's TV show and I said I cannot believe you got through that without ball your eyes yeah and I want to say how class it was for the U. about former you'll tell players to donate money for his funeral to that was a classic than robbery yeah going on around me all right the top news story you saw where Facebook live or I'm sorry Facebook got hit with five billion dollar fine for the F. T. C. the federal trade commission over their privacy is the largest tech fine in the history of tech companies for their privacy issues this just in yes breaking news my brother Andrew just showed up and he's got tickets to the foreskin festival forty four get tickets to the forecastle festival for Sunday and also see you are all sold NASCAR races for tomorrow so the first person to come out here to diamonds grow up in hopes that will do it yeah we'll go with robin upstream hopped thank you the mellow mushroom Happy Birthday Susan we're gonna be either say yet to for skin festival or Quaker state before castle.

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"brett farr" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Ask out his just after all another horse race. Well in every once for five days, every morning, they do the world procession, for carriages of Royal so maybe she'll be in another deal. No. All right. She'll miss out on that. We boasted Kate in her Edwardian 'cause play dress that she worked today. It's very, very Poppins s isn't it? Yes. be though they look so happy at least she's not wearing white dotted swiss again just like the last two years yes two appearances two days in a row with a lot of you know and she has her style game and whoever whoever's doing her hair lately feel like she's in a whole new kate yeah she really looks great and finally in the world of sports and we don't talk sports a lot here at mytalk i do while listen this is for you julia and those who are interested in sports so sorry to crush the dreams of everyone hoping to see brett farve unretire again and suit up for twenty twenty this according to his instagram account but t._m._c. sports is reporting that his instagram we'll legibly hacked so brett farr verified instagram account posted a throwback picture from super bowl thirty one with the caption a true champion sticks to his or her calling i'll be coming out of retirement and making my return to play in the n._f._l. for the twenty twenty seasons in our way there's absolutely no way the Grant post was deleted. Brett Farr said that his account was hacked, and he is looking for the person who got into his account. Oh, plus, you know, just to let you know. All right. Well, that's all.

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"brett farr" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"It was the greatest Jesus that I've seen anomalous seasons that I've seen. It was also I thought kind of an interesting testament to like the power of the internet in a sense because this woman in Scotland simply noticed it put it up on Facebook page and a catcher the immagination of so many people that it became this viral sensation. And it's like the careful what you post online folks because. He might be all over the world for discovering Jesus in the fire of Notre Dame, by the way. So here's my pronunciation guide on this got a lot of. A lot of traction this week online. Notre Dom is the cathedral Notre Dame as the school. Although a lot of people that so phony that you say Notre Dame like your French. But we say loofah or lose. We don't go. We don't call it louver. You know? So why you make like a nominal attempt at the French pronunciation, it's only it's only, you know. I mean, it's like Brett Farr Rivera. All right. What's number one, number the number one story out here or the most interesting, I thought most most sort of like, you know, really sort of a thought experiment if you will now this guy in Montana, he discovered the the baby t Rex skeleton back. He actually declare by little bit from what you talked about early. He loaned it. This is where the tricky part comes in. He learned it to the museum in Kansas, the university of Kansas. And that was his first mistake. Let me say as a Kansas state wildcat. That was his first mistake. Lending jayhawks. But anyway, go ahead. You found it, right? I guess you have to loan it to keep it in the garage. So he apparently he decided in recent weeks that he now wants to sell it on EBay again. Like like the woman posing the picture on Facebook going viral a testament to the times we live in. He decided to put it on EBay of all places asking for three million dollars for the baby t Rex skeleton and to their credit museum heard about this and immediately pulled it off the floor. And this this -ociety of paleontologist issued an open letter where they decried this whole thing, and they're very upset about it rightfully so because they're afraid somebody cage, actually, nNcholas cage, the actor had to turn over some fossils that were wrongly procured their frayed it's gonna wind up in in the hands of a private collector in the hall of some, you know, rich, fat cat, and no one's ever gonna see the skeleton again or be able to study it, and it's only baby t Rex skeleton. All right. I'm with you. Up to a certain point. And then I think gosh darn it the guy found it. I mean, it's his right. And I just decided the social pressure that says you found it. But you don't get to keep it. And so everybody gets to see it the still they're still a benefit that comes to somebody else as a result of your generosity. Now. I'm not saying that's wrong. I'm just saying that's kind of where the debate starts for me because everybody should be allowed to make that decision on their own. And for that matter in this. You know, there's a whole company skulduggery in California who does nothing, but replicas of dinosaur bones. You buy whole skeletons view you onto skulduggery has this whole catalog, right? And they do replicas of everything. So they could make a replica of it and study it, and then, you know, I don't know take a lot of x-rays do a lot of three, you know, do lot of they could make a virtual. Version of that. And I think they would be fine. You're maybe maybe the guy would agree to leave them one bone, right? Just throw this throws the phone and let him have they make an artificial bone for him for the rest of the skeleton. Experiment. You know, who's in the right on this one? I criticized the guy until you find a baby T-rex, skeleton yourself, exactly a very good. Well, thank you so much you find out more at coast to coast to dot com. Good weekend. Go Bosox hope they win for you. Speaking of thought experiments, I mean, I guess a lot of ways that's a lot of the work that's done by Greg. Kaiser, the the book is called dear machine and the subtitle of that is a letter to a super aware intelligent machine, which is braided with the acronym. Same S A M, and Greg Kaiser, I was actually thinking view this week because I do little minor investing from time to time. And I was investing in this like, you know, ten fifteen shares nothing important, but sort of little hobby, and I was investing in in a hot stock. The lot of people are talking about. Right now that is probably the next generation of robot creators for self. You know Thomas cars, and that sort of thing, and that was at the same time that your name came up to be a guest on coast to coast. So I don't know whether I'm part of the problem or part of the solution.

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"brett farr" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"He doesn't respect you because you didn't respect him. Now. He's with you. And he has suspect play calling or he doesn't agree with the play calling and you having failure. I could see how that relationship was soured. But the question is whether or not an Rogers so containers at this point contained curious, if he can have a good relationship with anyone at this point who very much like the broad. He doesn't respect you as soon as you walk into the door. In other words, you don't get opportunity to earn respect you need to come in. All ready having that degree. Era sit behind breath for okay eras was the backup to Brett Farr. Mike McCarthy was the head coach. His time came he made the decision to switch to him because he felt that Aaron Rodgers was getting ready to pass up Brett farve, and they didn't want to staife in his growth by having and continue to sit. So they made it should TJ decision as an organization they had the keys to the car to an Rogers. They went to Super Bowls. They win. I mean, they went to once in a while. They win the ones who they lose the NFC championship game to Seattle. But they still want a lot of games in this league together. Well, here's everybody everybody. Go. There you go Mike McCarthy was because of the brings a van Raj. I think it's the latter. I mean, we had somebody had to call the place. Yeah. Could have been Rogers. I don't know the air was calling the place, and it was really fine. It up like that the Mike McCarthy's football IQ could be suspect. And you know, Missy told you take us the suspect, and he talked about football and Aaron Rodgers. That's that's I would say the same thing. How'd you get you get this up? I remember one of our hand scouts the Tampa Bay Buccaneers where at spring practice. No. We're at some our practice, and we're all we're all kind of like huddle up walking back. He's standing there. We're having conversation ish James..

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"brett farr" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Just the media in general, but particularly with these PM, whatever about the Brett farve retirement watch or is Brett Farr going to different team in Green Bay or whatever else or Tom Brady or Tibo. I mean, our co working out, and you do reality is too. Is that you might get your feelings hurt because we're talking about this guy so much, but the reality is the needle is what it is. And you can sense it, and you can feel it. And if you don't cover it then service where the frustration comes from is when you're a fan of the other team. Yeah. Yeah. When you're a fan of the other team, and you feel like your team is Irving's just coverage and equal cub. And you from your perspective it may be inaccurate. Because we are fanatics for a reason your fans, and therefore we are irrational about that which we care, right? So if you care about team x and teen be. Has the best player in the game. And we spend ad nauseam time on this person. Of course, you're going to be frustrated, it's human nature. We'll so we had the caller go from Cleveland Browns fans have spent their entire lives complaining that we're covering other people and Tom over the athlete having that. Well, guess what? Now, come to the park. Now, you got the guy. Thank you guys. And so now now they'll get mad if we're now they get mad for very few things surprise us that much more. I was in Norman Oklahoma at an awesome restaurant called scratch. Yes. You eating. Yeah. Y'all if you go to Norman Oklahoma, you need to go. This was a dominant a of my boy, Patrick Abraham's founded, and we're eating and all of a sudden Patrick has his phone and his face completely changes. When OBI Jay got traded to the Cleveland Browns that was a legitimate. Holy smokes moment. Those don't happen. A whole lot anymore in this hundred forty character world where the news is at your fingertips. Immediately. All the time all day every day twenty four seven three six, and it was interesting being Norman Oklahoma when that went down 'cause there's a law Browns fans living. In Norman, Oklahoma. All the sudden, it's funny how that works, man. We're talking about Cleveland and tell them about the call early Jim Brown, Tim from New York's online ten walk in the morning McGee. What you have to. We're just we're chilling and trying to wake up how you doing. We're all right. I've been waking up the same on driving to work right now. Listen, my dad used to play against Jim Brown in similarly, and he was in lacrosse, and he was a goalie. So whatever I was a goalie to whatever I would complain about this guy had this shot that he goes, please he goes against Jim Brown. We'll kill. That's the most dad comment ever. Yeah. I can't I wait. know about the process Marty come on. Well, I knew about lacrosse, I just didn't know it existed in nineteen fifty five or whatever it was a it was a big now. But that's that's the that is that's the ultimate dad like went to school uphill in the snow book ways. Yeah. Okay. You got you. So and so for someone so prep schools tough. Well, how about Jim Brown? I'll say dad's context gives him some credibility. It's Jim Brown. Yeah. I mean is that does that that common knowledge? I mean, I guess it is the Jim Brown was close phenomenon. Win the lacrosse world. How did you? Learn this information was it on thirty for thirty or something. No, I read it. I read a book about him. And I'm not a lacrosse guy by any stretch. But I read re read a book about him. And then when you talk to lacrosse people, they'll tell you I had an unsuccessful book pitch at one point with Jim Brown and the Gaza role that team let's make it successful. Yeah. Well, publishers. Yeah. Perk up your ears. But it was a, but they just talked about how they're just I mean, you think about an athlete that dominated the football field. Like he did. Now, give him a stick. And just let them run wherever he wants to run..

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"brett farr" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yeah. To get to these games or. As a coach. This is my fourth one. And you recognize the journey is. The other head coach is Sean McVeigh. Everybody wants to hire people that know him or have breathe on him. He's well aware of it's going to be loud this weekend in that dossier, huge advantage that, you know, a great atmosphere environment for the home team provides that it definitely forces you to adjust and adapt and it limits. Your ability to communicate a lot of things that you would be able to do otherwise if you were at home what thirty two thirty three three. Yeah. Ridiculous. Anyway that that game Jerry that game is a three zero five three o'clock just like the Knicks yesterday. Right. Right. Yes. And just the while unlike that I will watch the football game I zero interest in. I don't know why anybody watch that. Every I bring that up. Boomer is ceelo had no idea when the Knicks replying yesterday when he was in here did he know that they are in London. When he had no clue. Why you gotta know in the local teams are applying. Right. He goes I'll have to look into that. Okay. Unbelievable. Well, he wasn't feeling. Well, that does not hacking up a lung in here. I don't know when the knick game Kreil. Here's rob gronkowski patriots. And chiefs Sunday at six forty gotta be ready for this topic vetoes, and I'm bringing bringing it at all times on top of your toes. Yup. Patrick, Mahomes, not having fun. Just Patrick Mahomes laying out the offensive game plan whoever's open I'll throw the ball to them. No matter who it is. And hopefully that hopefully that's the formula to have success and hopefully get a win after Sunday. We'll be down to just one game. Super Bowl was a fifty three. Yeah. Atlanta in a couple of weeks. So there you have it. Elsewhere from the NFL of note, you had Brett Farr wants here. Many Mormons enough with that. So the Knicks played in London yesterday. Right down to the wire. They're up a point late looks like they might have won until.

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"brett farr" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"brett farr" Discussed on NFL Live

"Walks into the disaster. The first half one Rams they had threaded thirty five point fit toy the left sideline. Now. With a third down such down side goof per. Every time the line. He's got it. We're tied. Please drops back. Throws down. The slot Mike. was texting. Saturday to yards. Celebrate did hit it outweigh the ranch. I lost two thousand eighteen. And there you go the Rams insane. So we the fourth playoff matchup between team to average thirty points per game in the regular season. The first since the two thousand fifteen NFC championship game drew Brees celebrated his fortieth birthday yesterday. He joins Tom Brady Brett Farr as the only forty year old quarterbacks to start a playoff game in the Super Bowl era and the ram set a franchise postseason record with two hundred seventy three rushing yards against the Cowboys with Todd Gurley and C J Anderson going for over one hundred yards in that game. Without we'll say Hello to our Rams reporter Lindsey theory and Lindsey the Rams never really broke from that one game at a time and tally the season. But now just one game away from a trip to the Super Bowl. What's going on there as we speak? Hey, wendy. Well, you always think it's a sunny here in California. I can tell you right now there is a little bit of a sprinkle coming down in LA. And because of that practice plans this week have changed the Rams have erected a large tent over there parking lot. That is where they're going to hold to walk through today to stay off of their soggy field that is covered in tarps, but they wanna keep that field intact. So they can hopefully practice there tomorrow if they cannot if it is raining too hard. They also will practice under that ten but Wendy, no rain around. Here is going to put any damper on the Rams at confidence coming off their first playoff win in seventeen seasons. I spoke with left guard Roger Stafford who is very much acknowledged that they are one win away from a Super Bowl. He sent their confidence is very high coming off that one win because that is just something this organization hasn't been able to accomplish out Sean McVeigh, he usually keeps it to one game at a time. But even he acknowledged that this is what you play for you play to be one win away from the chance. A Super Bowl, Wendy. And really there's no reason they shouldn't be coveted especially without running game. C J Anderson has become almost an overnight sensation in L A after what he did against the Cowboys. What's the difference with with him on the on the roster? When did he really has everywhere you look LA TV Ellie radio. It's all about C J Anderson right now. And really it goes back to his story. Remember he was on the couch in mid December before the Rams needed a backup running back in signed him. And then he came in. He put together two consecutive games rushing for more than one hundred yards and then in his first game with Todd Gurley. They provided that one two punch and a great complement to each other C, J Anderson told me that him in girly really fed off each other through the last month. Even though girly wasn't on the field. Girly did take on a role talking to Anderson about how they could play together. And I don't think anybody around the Rams facility could have predicted that it would have gone as well as it has Wendy. No question about that..

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Bill Snyder, Holly Rowe and Brett Farve discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

Bill Snyder, Holly Rowe and Brett Farve discussed on College Football Live

"Slide efforts here. That was Marie is that's all that. Oh, oh, yeah. Holly sold out. Maria. Maria was weeks. All's that was. Holly winds job Ali. Yeah. Ruffling. Gentlemen, effort,

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