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"burleson" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

03:28 min | 9 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on NFL Live

"But I think the obligation is now to set up the future generations for the work that they want to do. And you know what, let's speaking into existence. It's not say what if. It is going to happen. Your daughter is going to be working side by side with my boys at some point. And we are going to be sitting back like proud Papas with the tear on our face, clapping them on. That would be the best. And I really appreciate you taking some time. Thank you very much. Hopefully you get the chance to see in person here sometimes soon. And again, great great work and continued success. You have my family the best, man. And likewise. And there is the incredibly talented, the exceptionally hardworking Nate burleson, who's with CBS mornings and covering football for CBS on the NFL today program as well as Nickelodeon and the slime time show on its 7 p.m. eastern on Wednesday night. And that gives us a chance to begin to look ahead to this week's action. And last week was one of those great days where you can wake up. Watch the ESPN pregame show, of course, but also get to watch a game in London that kicks off at 9 30 eastern and watch football at 9 30. One, four, 8, it goes all night. And when they delay this Sunday Night game is they did last Sunday Night with the bills and chiefs, you go with football from 9 30 in the morning to almost one in the morning. A long day, we get another one of those days this Sunday with the dolphins and Jaguars playing in London. Now at the time we're recording this Wednesday morning. We still have not been given official word that'll be two back at quarterback for the Miami Dolphins, but that's been my expectation for a couple of weeks that the London fans will be treated to two tunnel by lowest first game back with the dolphins after suffering fracture ribs, also get an NFC north rivalry, packers, bears, Aaron Rodgers, 21 and 5 in his career against the bears, including playoffs and he's won four straight versus Chicago going back to 2019. Matthew Stafford's in New York to take on an injury riddled New York Giants team, the chiefs, slumping, going to Washington to battle a slumping Washington team and I think maybe the game that I'm looking forward to most on Sunday might be chargers ravens. Justin Herbert, Lamar Jackson. It's Lamar Jackson's first start against the Chargers since the 2018 wild card round, which is first career path start. And Justin Herbert is one of his last four road games after beginning his career O and 5 on the road. And then Monday night, we will be in Tennessee for the bills, maybe the best and hardest team in football right now versus the Tennessee Titans, Josh Allen has 8 career touchdown passes on Monday Night Football the most by any quarterback in their first two Monday Night Football starts and the Titans beat the bill is 42 16 in week 5 in Nashville last season, which was the worst loss of Josh Allen's career. Let's see if he could avenge it on Monday night in Nashville. The other non football note was the NBA war room basketball draft that we held last Sunday Night and it couldn't have worked out any better. It actually came right during the delay of the bill's chiefs game. In fact, I looked out of my computer did the draft drafted my team in a 14 team league and looked up and there was no football game going on. And I said, what's going on here? Well, it was the weather delay. And during that weather delay, we loaded up our team with a lot of nuggets, Nikola Jokić, Michael Porter, drafted Spencer Dinwiddie, Marcus smart, some young rookies like Evan mobley, Josh giddy and Oklahoma City,.

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"burleson" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on NFL Live

"Go into this week. Week 6 in the NFL, lots of big matchups, but the man whose front and center at it all, who's as busy as anybody I know, the talented, versatile, ascending, CBS analyst, Nickelodeon analyst, Nate burleson. What's up, looking dapper there, Nate? Thank you, thank you, just getting off the set. Your daughter's doing awesome, by the way. Thank you for saying that. I appreciate that. It's quite an adventure. I will say this. The show itself is outstanding. It really is. The energy that you and young Dylan bring to it is tremendous. It's crazy, you know, the first episode we were catching our rhythm. And I watched the last two, and I was telling Sean Robbins, I said, man, this show is really, really entertaining. I mean, even for young kids and teenagers, but adults, a lot of parents have told me this is just a fun way to spend time with my kids. It's young, it's fast, it's energetic. It's cool. It's a fast watch. You know what it is? It's almost like a modern day inside the NFL back in the day when you used to watch that show to get all the highlights back in the day. It's on that way for kids, young adults and adults like myself because when I put on the first one Nate to watch, you know how quickly Nickelodeon put this together, it was really on the fly. We briefly. And I put it on and I said, what am I going to see here? And I was like, wow, within one minute I was riveted and I was incredibly impressed by you and young Dylan and how do you find the tough to do this show with everything you got going on? Yeah, man, every Tuesday we get it in about 11 to two. Usually though, it takes a little bit longer, so I don't need to believe until about three 30, but you know it's fun though because the morning show it's news. We're talking local national international and oftentimes these topics are heavy. So it's good on Tuesday to kind of take my tie off relax and be a little bit of a goofball, which I normally am. How do you explain this meteoric rise for a guy who played wide receiver in the NFL until 2014 who goes into the media.

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"burleson" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on NFL Live

"Welcome back to another episode of the Adam Schefter podcast. And on today's episode, we are going to be joined by one of the shooting stars in media today, Nate burleson, who co hosts CBS mornings is an analyst on CBS NFL Today Show and he's also the co host of the Wednesday night Nickelodeon show called slime time that I happen to know one of the correspondents on that show very well. She's conducted interviews of players for that show in my own home. And I've watched Nate burleson grow from where he used to be a player with the Minnesota Vikings Seattle Seahawks, Detroit Lions and briefly, the Cleveland Browns, and he went from becoming a third round pick in 2003 out of Nevada to go on to become arguably the hottest young star in media today, thought it would be worth our time to sit down with the incredibly talented Nate burleson. And that comes after a week that really was remarkable in the way it unfolded. And it began happening last Friday. When the first email that John roden, the former, raiders coach and amazing to say that right now, the former raiders coach sent to the former Washington football team executive Bruce Allen using a racial trope to describe the NFL PA executive director demar Smith. Happened to be in Ann Arbor, visiting my son that day. And the moment I saw that email, I got on the phone with some people, and I could tell that Jon Gruden was in trouble and that his job and future the NFL were in jeopardy. We didn't know how it would unfold. There were a lot of different ways you could unfold. And I think the NFL was waiting to see how the Raiders owner Mark Davis handled it. And on Friday, the NFL sent more emails to Mark Davis that were quote unquote very damaging, detailing more slurs that went beyond what John Gruden said about demoral Smith that we now know about. Sexist, racist, homophobic emails that basically spared almost nobody. Jon Gruden called out the NFL commissioner. He called that NFL owners. He called out NFL reporters. He called out many people within the league circles and I'm told there are many, many more emails beyond the ones that The New York Times reported on Monday night. And as the story unfolded all weekend long, Mark Davis was said to be torn up and distraught over the contents of these emails as he should have been. And he loves John rude. So you knew this was going to be a tough spot for him. And I don't know that anybody knew exactly the way it was going to unfold, but Monday night as we were getting ready to come on the air from one that I count down..

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"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

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"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:17 min | 10 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"He's not i your nydia now. I can't i just can't it is also this for years old. You've always had the same. I it i can't do it right. I would just say you're stupid and move also think it's interesting to me that you said you don't have to like someone to do a good debate but you have to respect them. I usually don't people. I don't like you you're right. You don't have to respect but if you going into a debate if you gotta be able to feel you can be yourself. And the person you're debating what is going to be at least on par with woodmen. Knowledge is on whatever the subject is. That's what i mean. There's certain people were like. Oh this person has no idea what the i don't respect them as much as maybe would another person so if it's a tricky thing but i don't make a person. I wonder. i wonder what it was about kellerman. That's the i. I don't know what it was. I don't think he listen. I don't watch the. But i don't think anyone would say like max kellerman doesn't know what he's talking like. He follows sports like yes. He may have outrageous opinions. Like if you want to say. I don't know you know derek cards. The best quarterback in the nfl like he's not coming out with like outrageous opinions. I so i. I do wonder if it's personal professional little both i. It's interesting that one person would say. I don't want to have this person debate anymore on the show. But we know that that's really the whole dynamic. I mean. I look if you're stephen a smith and you have the power to choose your partner and you feel like whatever reason it's not working you've had enough of this guy. Look i mean hate to even bring this up. But i know you're a huge fan of it. Mike in the dog one of the reasons why they broke up was because they had enough of it now. They weren't debating each other necessarily but doing a show together. All those years. You know sometimes the personalities gel you get sick and tired of one another maybe got to the point where they warned fiving his friends more connecting in stevenage wanted. It's just not working and let's find somebody else. Now that point i understand. Do think after awhile. You sort of get sick of people and you need to move on they. I think they did it for five years. Which isn't wow long long laws. If i haven't paid attention to what i mean i just don't watch i don't watch it. I understand speaking of watching. Have you watched any of the three episodes of hard knocks on. Hbo for top number. Two on train of thoughts. I am ashamed to say that. I have not all year long. Been saying football season starts when how hard not as you and i talked about it. We couldn't watch it on cuba teams orange one of my favorite shows. I have not a had the time or be made the time to watch it. I do plan on watching a little bit later on this evening but no i have not watched one second of it. I've been completely bored by it. And last night. Tuesday night. You know everyone on twitter was trying to get likes and re tweet. So they kept tweeting. The video of the first three minutes of the drone which was very cool. No it three minutes of the drone which was in fifty seven minutes of complete boringness. So it just there's just just been nothing there and it's like the i was going to use a word but i don't let me let me figure out the the fawning over jerry jones gets..

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"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

02:36 min | 10 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"I want wanna take too much time. he's a year you know doing your day nfl. And all that. And i'm like okay. Man look i I just want to tell you that. I move new york three or four years ago and the way this works is i'm c. ram You know not not. Because i'm filling myself. It's just because i'm making moves in your city and Eventually i'm gonna be doing enough to where you notice my name. And he was like you know. Respect respect that me up and that was it. And i left my And that was. That was when i talked today so it was good that i need at any other point before that guy talking football. What kind of rush was it. When he said he knew you were it was it was it was like what pacino sitting new. I was alba teams like the football show man. They football fan. And i was like what time i looked at the house. Working with extra looked at cameron sits cup gal for second among the i said i said i said. Do you like miss patino. Yeah love football. He's gonna wanna show and sundays. I was like what's going on so Whenever i hear my estee like you are in it. And it's not football related. Like gino didn't say man. I loved it when you play with randy moss. He was talking about my working. tv. I bet right. There is a mark of a guy who has successfully transitioned out of one chapter into the other. So i had a similar experience where i interviewed. Tom brady once in person. This was many years ago. And when i introduced myself up trailer for sports illustrated right this called hawk lakes at the time. And he's like. Oh yeah i know it. I totally thought he was bullshitting. I didn't believe him for one second. But you know if it is true. That's pretty cool. But i but it may but for second whether was nice to be nice or you actually knew either way. It's kind of trippy. And it makes you feel good. Because tom brady even if he didn't know you didn't have to be nice. So that makes you think right there that he actually do. And i will bet you tom brady. Does tom brady. Doesn't say thing is just the same. So i bet you. He was a big fan of a big fan of yours. So good luck and have fun on friday brother. Thank you you too all right. We'll take a quick break and we'll be right back. This episode is brought to you by disney plus disney plus to hulu. Espn plus stream all your favorites with the disney bundle. Disney plus has loki luca on hulu watch originals.

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"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

03:42 min | 10 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"I wanna do that and be part of this team and i'm not saying i'm the missing piece like the the robert ory or anything to the squat. I'm just saying i'm gonna do my best to bust. My behind and proven earned the trust of everybody involved in the morning news over at cd. Yes i'm sure you'll be great. 'cause i i mean it's all about versatility on on a show like that too. I mean like you said. I mean one morning you could be covering a covert outbreak in one morning. You're doing a cooking segment. One morning you could be talking about the milk crate challenge. I mean that that's basically how goes on those shows. You got the show already. Yeah and it's funny. Because i said this kyle recently i you know i've always been from day one. I was a fan of your show. Always loved it and i said to him. I give you guys more credit for what you do on good morning football in the off season than during the i mean i'm not going to sit here and try to say it's easy during the season but you have the game so like a monday shows probably like the easiest thing to do. I watch you guys in the offseason. Just like i don't know how they do this. I mean that that's at sometimes. It's tough during the season. The story stories right so so we're basically coming in and adding a little bit of color. I mean the vibrancy of games within the sales the story lines that drama to injuries We just come in and it's like playing second fiddle or whether Supporting actor to The main actor of the movie which is football off season. It's tough it's tough the best. There's there's the gift and the curse the gift is. We have time and was a little more space. I be creative. We produce a lot of our segments In on top of that we can work on certain things that we usually get the time at work on during the season now the curse is that it's it's a bit more i'll just call it. What it is. I remember going to an nba game years ago. I was in los angeles. I'm in la like man that's so les- courtside. You know saying you guy. Kobe over there like this is this is heaven and i was thinking and i hope i came to a laker game with one of those great halftime shows. That would make this game perfect. I got all my favorite players. Watch it by looking at the celebs like Hope help. I don't get a lackluster halftime. So this lady comes And she's on a unicycle on unicycle. Lady evans she starts juggling. Juggling lady and issue calls out some plates now mike a couple of plays and then she starts stacking spinning plates in it. Looks like something out of why Cat hat you know. And i just can't thinking to myself that must be the most difficult thing ever to keep your models on a unicycle. Spinning these plates multiple hand switching hands jumping bold bold played the plane. And that's how i describe. And that's how i look at my mind jima off season like you may not know they tell me. They're like a good time but really we get done and we're just happy we didn't drop a play. You know what. I'm saying. We're just having we didn't drop a bowl because trying to balance information entertainment in the off season where there isn't football. Is i think some of our best work. This episode is brought to you by.

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"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

03:02 min | 10 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"I had a feeling you'd say that. On the cbs morning. Show i soon. We'll see some cooking segments. Since you have that background they'll see up there. And i love to cook as an adult so i wanna do it all i really do. I was talking to some producers the other day. And i said i know the easy thing will be to pitch Sports segments and. Don't get me wrong. i'll do it. I'm a sports nut. I love basketball. Low key like it was my first love so i love it more than football. Of course we talk football baseball boxing. Mma soccer. So like any sport. We can talk rugby. I'm just a fan athletic ability and not even just running jumping. We can talk. You know often in table tennis. It doesn't matter to me. Sports is sports so sports segments cool pitching but i had to tell the producers in my team Think outside the box because when you get to know me like that's what people think they're like a damn like i didn't realize nate. Was you know this interested in a wide variety of things. And i want to be uncomfortable and i know this isn't like investigative journalism but there is a part of me that wants that i want you to send me on the scene into the thick of it. I want to have real conversations. I wish i had this job during the turmoil in this country and i can go talk to people on opposing ends of racism you know and and and and talk to individuals that might not see this country the way i see it or might look at my skin in me differently than i see myself. I'm willing to have those conversations. And i want to have those conversations so I've done a lot of surface work as a football analyst and sports hosts which you know surface work pays the bills in a my saying. It doesn't matter. I make people happy i can. I can talk about your favorite team in a clever way. I got jokes and puns. But i do want to. When i retire. Leave a deeper impact And i think there's space for me to grow cheap things that i have never dreamed. I didn't think i was going to be an emmy winner anywhere winter. Let alone three times Regional one in the two. I one this past year and now in thinking you know what maybe my hat in. Nfl never making it to a super bowl not becoming a hall of famer in having injuries that kind derailed like consistency throughout my career. Maybe that created this hunger inside of me as an adult where now i can go grab trophies that i didn't think were offered to me. You know now that. I have a sports emmy. I wanna win A tv daytime. It's out there and it's available so i wanna..

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"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Sports it does intrigue me tremendously on. And it's not just because not wanna learn on the job A quick rundown resume about me for people who don't know much more than neighboring a football player and they broke into tv host My career multiple clothing lines. I owned a restaurant in seattle. I help create a firm that encourages educates in helps. Athletes investor money wisely. I had been writing poetry since the seventh grade and still do to this day. At a very young age i thought i was going to be a painter or A famous artists. Because i had a easel in pink bresson I i thought that the artistic lane was going to be the one that i i lived in majority of my life so all of these things they create who i am right now. So when you're when you see me on the news in the morning. And i'm doing a piece about small business surviving the pandemic or I'm talking to an artist at A museum or i'm in the field in the financial district. You know doing a piece on the volatility of the stock market. It's not because. I'm thrown into these spaces and without any knowledge of most of the time i had knowledge of them because i live in those spaces currently so I'm not saying i know everything. Boy am saying majority of the things that people talk about cover in the morning news. That's my daily life. So i'm excited about that. And i'm excited for people to see the other side. Not the athlete thence articulate eloquent. Nah he could speak well and you know he's pretty. tv host. Nick read the teleprompter when he interviewed. Jalen column on the red carpet pacino. Yeah i like nate. There's there's a completely different side of nate burleson. And at the same time i get to learn on the job of why i can call into any show up on any set and study about any topic and say just ask me anything about football. And i'm i'm always ready to answer is because i've been studying Football for the last seven years..

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"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

03:34 min | 10 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"A storage show with a rich history and there's nothing opportunities like this up right as real estate. It's like there's not too many homes available not too many seats available like that right absolutely and you know you. You probably can't or won't say this. But i'll say it and this is no disrespect to the nfl network. 'cause i watch morning every morning but in the media world if you're in it you can't compare the money that nfl network with pay to what network cbs. For the morning show would pay. Which is i mean those morning show. You know it's funny. We're in this day and age where people think broadcast. Tv is dead and it's all about streaming and this the amount of money that those morning shows make on cbs and nbc and today show good morning is astronomical so from that standpoint. People don't like to say you know. Oh it's about the money or the but you'd be insane to pass that deal up. I mean that's all there is to it straight ahead. He he laid the blueprint and people were wondering why he kept elevating and leapfrogging and making these moves into these spaces that players An african american players traditionally don't find themselves in. And then you start. Hearing the whispers of how much strahan is making now. I'm not. I'm not making strahan money to footing in in this space in you have to create some longevity Bigger and bigger right. But you're right though morning news daytime. Tv even those political shows on cnn msnbc. Fox it's it's a different type of you viewership you know. Instead of talking to hundreds of thousands of people that are die hard sports fans for their particular team. You're talking to millions of people that are interested in what's going on in their country but globally. Now tell me i know. You're you're still mates going to still be doing the nfl. Today is sunday. But i'm just curious now for you personally now. You're not talking football. Monday through friday for up for three hours. You're going to do news. I'm sure there'll be a ton of pop culture stuff and all that on those on those morning shows like. Did you like the thought of that. Like are you worn out from talking about football five days a week or do you think you'll miss talking about football five days a week. I'm not worn out. But i do have interest in other things. You're talking football twenty four seven Which you know. There are times where i was working seven days a week in its football football football for different networks and then i come home and be the voice for a draft kings. Then i do podcast undisrupted in all sports related which the monotony of what you're talking about not the actual sport but the subject matter is starts to wear on you so switching things up was always the plan. That's the reason why. I went into extra extra wasn't paying me and astronomical number but the opportunity to work in the entertainment space improve that i'm versatile as any other. Tv personality out there. That was the point and strategically worked out. Exactly how i wanted to As far as Being excited about talking about things other than.

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"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Great show this week to guests. I up nate burleson from good morning football departing. That show you follow me on twitter and retrieve a big fan of good morning. Football had been since day. One nate leaving to go to. Cbs to co host their morning. Show cbs this morning and he talks about the decision to leave. Good morning football join cbs. What is ultimately goals are got into The nickelodeon broadcasts that he did that was a smash hit. Nfl pledge year and nato's a tremendous jay z. Impersonation during the podcast as well following nate james andrew miller author writer. reporter discusses Espn what's going on with the peyton. Manning eli manning show who's going to be the host Talks about max kellerman leaving. I take and then we get into some curb your enthusiasm stuff and a little chat about the sopranos prequel curb and the sopranos movie both coming out in october before we get nate james andrew miller just a reminder if you miss any previous episodes please go to the archives. Check them out. Joe buck was on the show last week. Roman reigns crisanto russo. Two weeks ago. I in eagle three weeks ago. Bryan curtis from the ringer four weeks ago. All those podcast in the archives if you can subscribe that helps tremendously and rate and review. I'm going to start reading reviews on the pod every week during the train of thought segment which we also have following nate and james andrew miller. We do train of thought. Sal licata talk about hard knocks summer slam and This guy suing nirvana who on the cover of their nevermind album. So big show. Let's get right to it right now. With nate burleson. Right joining me now. I'm a sad about this but happy for him because he's leaving my favorite morning show. Good morning football going on to the cbs morning. Show cbs this morning. Nate burleson has been on the pod. Many times nate congrats. How you doing. I'm good i'm good. I appreciate your having the on the part again jay. Thank you so much. Yeah it's it's it's joyous but also somewhat sad week for me you know. I'm moving on to another job. But i'm leaving my crew. I said it on the show. It's it's the longest team that i've ever been a part of the most i've ever spent on one team from football. Perspective is for years so five years with k. colin peter and everybody else behind the scenes. it's it's a little sad is coming to an end for me..

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"burleson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Aren't there's one last member of our team that is submitted. A photograph of himself from the nineties without commenter context. Let's run through once again. Are all the photographs that we've submitted as part of this Meme or construct. That's mean sportscenter from back in the day And then Brockman posting a photograph of himself in one thousand nine hundred five is. What's the name of the a school thornton academy beautiful And tj jefferson unearthed. A photograph of him with all of his footlocker footlocker crew would strike or avenue. Standup y'all pittsburgh. Pa right that's right. Downtown pittsburgh's right on the Eastern time zone and stand up and and and then mike. Del tufo has submitted this photograph. Let's go. Let's see what mike they'll do boy mr worthy on the right. That looks like is that Craig simpson in the middle and kevin fray herron frazier case. Hey yeah that's like about a month. After i started fox for and what year is. This is ninety six so mike. Del tufo in nineteen ninety-six. The year i started on sportscenter. That means mike. Del tufo since i have been in this business now. Nash nationally nineties. Twenty five years You are now in your third decade of wearing free stuff to work. Actually spy that stuff. That mr john western issued. So did you ever like 'cause when you were a cop. Wore free something to them ever. Have you ever gone to work in close that you paid for big big news story from last week man. Leonard showed up at summer week wherein these like strap on sandals slipper type deals. We found them. Someone sent.

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"burleson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Money they make and they don't need anything worthwhile receivers but if i'm wide out as playing for the forty niners or bears You know even the patriots with cam. Newton amac jones. I'm i'm gonna. I wanna make it make it a point to reach out to these guys. And say hey. Let's go grab dinner like you know. Let's let's go kick it. You know it's gonna have scott beer and talk about football and life so when when these quarter quarterback competition shake themselves out that they'll they'll be a little more partial to rocket goes a long friendship score a long way with cubeys and and and why receivers the relationships often feel go a long way. Nate have a great vacation. Look forward to seeing you in the mornings on cbs. And look for my call throughout the season. And i look forward to continue to work with you to means a lot. Thanks for the call. Thank you so much nate burleson. Everybody emmy award winner and now about to dominate about dominate. A whole new endeavor. Love that guy art. Let's take a break when we come back three stories that i was out of the chair for brockman is going to set me up. I'm gonna give my two cents on going to break out of my plexiglas walls for one of them at t. mobile for business unconventional thinking means they see things differently so you can focus on what matters most where some see and other small town t. Mobile sees businesses in need of connectivity. So they built the largest five g. network to cover cities towns and the most interstate miles in between where some c- caller and a queue..

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"burleson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And i try to most into my producer. Who gonna feel with me and they red carpet and they cut the cameras offers. Second i said this to do. Do you know why he's like. Yeah yeah i do. I do my. I'm i'm blown away right now. He's you're you're you're doing good work. Yeah you and i own. That meant a lot to me. One of my favorite actors but it was. It was somebody that was so far removed from the traditional sports space. And he was just saying. I've seen i've seen you put in work since you left the nfl and And that's that's all. I've been trying to do you know there's listen rich man. There's there's people that look at a neighbor. Listen being higher by cbs this morning. Saying what are you guys doing. You know anthony. Mason was industry tremendous man anatomy. He's extremely talented rich history. You know some of you know one of the individuals that you can't replace. I understand the the hesitation. I understand that trepidation of fans that are saying will. What are we doing here. Are you guys trying to like. I guess i wanna do the straight hand thing with nate burleson. I love tran. One of my mentors I i'm just gonna do my path differently and As much as i can say this In this isn't me pat myself on the back. What i can't say is i was meant for this job and what i've done over the last seven years had been training so i don't let people down when this opportunity presents itself. So these are these are the the moments before my next chapter opens up and for anybody that has been paying attention. My career Just know that nothing. Nothing has been done. Accidentally everything that i've done up to this point working at the nfl network doing digital content pregame postgame watching host. When they're like. When i would work with you i would look at you. I will watch your lips and your body language as you read the teleprompter and i would try to mimic as the same thing with james brown that heli as you rose. The list goes on and on and on and I did that..

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"burleson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

10:20 min | 11 months ago

"burleson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And two When we spoke to louis riddick of the worldwide leader in sports and monday night football and in our number two Great chat with ian rapoport. My colleague from the nfl media group Who basically told us to take the old pillow. The chill when it comes to dak prescott and his throne sandwich. It is in fact a precautionary mm-hmm that he's taken and he's gonna be fine and we will see him week number one a couple of thursday's from now in tampa florida i know. Well that's tampa. Florida a place where i called a football game with this man And have gotten a chance to know him and work with him and after he won the emmy award for best studio analyst in the sports world ataman talked about His role with The network nfl network and broadcasting in general and now he is on this program as the newly announced member of cbs. This morning going into the world of hosting a broadcast television morning show along with stick. Stain put appears with nfl network and now Also of Cbs the nfl today. He is the multi. Hyphen it. Nate burleson back here on the show. How are you. i'm good how are you doing. i'm i'm great. i wanted to have you on it's my first show back in a month and I texted you when i read the news. And i just wanted to say here on the show. I couldn't be more excited for you. This is amazing. This developed cruciate that that text Like i told you in our messages I appreciate you as a friend but more importantly as a colleague and mentor. You know the the times that we've worked together and being able to basically watch you from a distance and take some of the things that you do so well try to add them to to my toolbox. It's it's it's really put me in a position where as of right now i've i've kind of transcended the football analysts role and And i. I'm thinking for the people that i was able to work with. Mr earlier days and apple network which obviously includes you. Well i mean you're you're so kind to say that all i know is that gayle king is going to have no problem Having a colleague tell her that she's mixed up. Winston and watson in real time as you did a couple of december ago in tampa during a commercial break. You know what i mean. This is so amazing. Nate because again stray. We all know going from the world of the nfl to good morning. America and now you going from the world of the nfl to cbs. this morning. This means so much. I think four. Nfl players for sure just insert for people who think you know. Maybe they don't have a shot. Maybe they don't know if they have the chops but they don't know until they try and succeed at it. I think this is so inspiring. Nate and i. I don't mind telling you that for real. Yeah now i'm. I'm thankful for individuals like you wanted to voice that It's it's a very unique situation because there is. There's still an immense amount of pressure on me as an individual to prove that not only can i be media personality but also have the journalistic tops to Really swim with you. Know some of the the best journalists in the world and I i originally went into tv. Because i'm a creative by nature. And as much as i love football it was just a small part of who i was and i've always felt like i just need people to to see me and not see me in a uniform. Nazi wouldn't helmet on not even as an alice talking about the sport which seeming You know i. I fell in love with poetry young age Into movies pop coach music. And i knew that eventually our dive back into a space of comfort which is Talking about not just sports but also news and right now this is a very Very you know you need time for Athletes because we we We've had individuals before me. I've said this on air before amount of her side was the biggest influence i've ever had in my life. He was a football player transition basketball and for the first time i've seen a cool black man that was that was so comfortable in his own skin and this was Me as a youngster. I know individuals came before him came after him. But i'm talking about my immediate influence of seeing somebody. That looked like tv was a mava shot. So many years later on following that path so I know that the seat on cbs. This morning is a very privileged position. It's it's it's a prize piece of real estate and there's a legacy of individuals that came before me men and women that i'm going to honor and uphold so it's It's it's a great time a great time to to really opened the door even further for athletes who understand and appreciate being an nfl player but more importantly know that like your next chapter could be your best best chapter. I love it nate. Burleson here On the rich eisen show so just quick nuts and bolts on it. When when do you start. When do we see you on that set. When does that go. I believe since september seven. Okay my my my first day and then From there still be involved in and the nfl media family and the nfl network. I'm still doing some stuff on You know certain tent pole events that the nfl network has. I'm going to be joining us. Certain sundays often testing with you on your show us. You know i i i was. I was able to find a balance between you know leaving morning football. It's still being part of the nfl network family. As you know which i think. A lot of people know You know my first appearance on the nfl network was backing three. And i used to come back every single summer. Yup there's times where i worked shows. There were times where i worked. Nfl am show kinds of ideas. Total access and there was times where i just flew myself into california. Just walk and watch what you guys are doing and just sit back behind the scene so this is a long time coming almost twenty years of a relationship that i've established with the nfl network. Just so i Being this position now you know. Here's what i love about you. rich You have put in work and as much as people can appreciate your working in radio and tv And and what. You mean to both sports and football. I think people really understand the work that they don't see you know similar to an athlete. So i'm i'm also one of those guys that i'll sweat and bleed and putting work behind the scenes and then Kinda reaped awards afterwards. Well i mean nate. You just don't get. And i appreciate you saying what you said. Nate burleson here on the show. You don't get as you point out price piece of real estate. A chair on the set of cbs. This morning cbs news And and without obviously them assessing your work On cbs sports and also with nfl network. And finding out about your work ethic and how hard it is it is so difficult. I mean up the number of times that i've had I've had you know Auditions with players at just come off the field and they feel like oh well i know football. Just talk about it. It's so not that it's so difficult and then forced to be as natural as you are and showing off who you are as a person and what what what you're made of. I mean i couldn't be more excited and i. I can't wait to see what you do in the news world is well. It's gonna be something to see and i think it's terrific that. Cbs saw your abilities to give you that. Shot man i. I'm very excited for that. That's a fact. Thank you that means a lot. I i've been working for an extra the last couple of years And full transparency. You know as much as i appreciate the experience working with extra and them to pay me a decent amount not mind bloom out but just tammy to work the phil do red carpets and talk to celebrities. It was it was a really strategizing and proving that i can work in that space in talk to Influencers in and actresses and you know some of the top actors in the world. And i remember a few opportunities that i had to talk to j. Lo and myself obama and i remember doing the red carpet for the irishman. And as i'm sitting here with a microphone joscelyn for position and literally elbow to journalists. And i'm like this. Isn't this isn't what i should be doing. But i feel like it's good for me right now at this point in my career and I'm i'm reaching. Microphone out. And i talked to de niro and and then pacino walks by my my. Hey how hey what's up. Can i can. I get you for second and as i go to introduce myself as hey listen. They broke in huge fan. He cuts me. I know who you are. You a football guy. Yeah i watch you you do the morning show do sunday. He's i love football. And in that moment mike i started sweating. Looked at the camera literally sweating behind my knees..

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"burleson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"burleson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Sing with. I don't remember if it was on the modern random brand. Jim kelly camelot's might be linda cohn behind jim. Kelly like skewered. I think that's that could be charles. You can see. that's charles. I mean that's amazing. Well done my thanks for posting friends and more for your four. Which is the number to dial back here on the rich. Eisen show on our radio network as well as nbc. Sports on peacock I am so proud to Say that this man is an emmy award winning broadcaster and his work on. Cbs sports on the nfl. Today as well as of course good morning football merits of being the best studio analyst for twenty twenty. He is nate burleson. Here on the rich eisen show. How are you nate. My brother. I appreciate that introduction. Still towns Surreal every time Every time i hear that so Thank you though. Now that i have you appreciate to one of the first people that i met when i went to benefit worked back in two thousand and three for the first time It was you and you've been corner ever since so. I appreciate our friendship. Well that's part of the reason why i want you know. Have you on and talk about this because you know You you came on when you were playing. Where you with the the lion the vikings. What were you on. Who were you with the vikings. Okay thousand for you right and you just decided you know we were. We were reaching out to Nfl players With a a voice personality with smarts and with the desire to do the job and get them into our our studio as much as possible. And i remember you are. You're up to the task and having fun and standing out. And if i told you that day you were going to be an emmy award winner one day. What would you have told me. Nate burleson. I would have told you you were line. Think i'll going into tv at all Once i got done playing you know. I was thankful that you know a made the money and i took care of it. Proper investment so going into tv was something i did because I really enjoyed speech communication in college. So i knew that i would be using my voice in some form or fashion. A lot of guys go into coaching maybe motivational speaking. But once i went to the nfl network back in two thousand three. I realized that it was unique in the sense that not only were the host Different than every other network But the players were able to come in and not be placed in a box We all had a chance if we wanted to to work at the craft to being on tv but to most importantly so our personality and over the years i've been able to take pieces All of the individuals that i've seen Sit at those tables. And obviously you've been one of the main guys. So i you know i look at life like i used to look at football. There's certain people that can sit back and watch him a distance And if your blessed enough they'll drop some gyms on you and A lot of people at the nfl network. Help me get to. Why am right now. That to nate. And then we'll we'll move on and talk some football but you know you take a look at the television landscape certainly in in the nfl. For sure. I think it's true of basketball as well. You've got to have like a goal jacket or a boss to to to break through to just get started and that is not what you have in your football resume but did you run into any of those roadblocks at all that you as you're building your brand and building your your career. Did that ever hit you at all for sure. Yeah you know. Once i left the game i was told. If you have a ring or go jacket. You'll have a better opportunity to find to see at any network and it's from there You you have put in the work to keep it now. I knew when i left the game. I didn't have either. You know eleven your career respected by my peers. Fine but i'm gonna walk into a network and the same type of response that dan sanders. The michael everett marshall faulk is going to get. So what did i do early on in my career as an analyst and a broadcaster. I tried to do as much as i can i. I paid attention to what the host was doing the teleprompter while they were reading. It was focus on all the little things. So i didn't look like your typical athlete talking about the sport and i did everything digital to pregame postgame I did have is well. somebody can show up. I filled in. And i think one of the biggest things that it's a very small thing but one of my mentor. He was like look. I know you're ball player and a wide receiver at that. You love to stand out your diva. But still i would allow students from like you. Like you like steve. Harvey and the kings of comedy like chill out with allowed to take off some of the jewelry. Because they're eloquent. It actually saying something but you have a big ring. Gone big earrings. You're wearing a chain Then it can be quite distracted. I remember that day I changed the way that i looked Because i did want people that pay attention to what i was saying. You know and it's it's it's interesting. I didn't have that. You know. When i got started with you know change or the way i looked you know was was the jokes that i constantly did on sportscenter. It was a one hundred percent nonstop. Joke fest for me. I mean i was a standup comic college. Nate and so i had to. I had a pullback in terms of everything being gag mike. I had to pull back on that so what i was saying would get through. And that is that is that is a akita to where you wanna get in this business and now you know like dislike after kind of earning your spot in an earning respect and then really solidify yourself as one of the biggest voices in all sports. Do you like you could go back into that later. Because i do feel like now i can have back into those spaces. Were address a little more fashionably or even where my hair..

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Suspect Linked to Burleson Officer Shooting, Caught Near Oklahoma

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect Linked to Burleson Officer Shooting, Caught Near Oklahoma

"Burlison police a suspect Jerry Don elders, is in police custody after having been found in Gainesville, Texas. Burlison chief Billy Cornell, says elders Shauna to Burleson officer during a traffic stop yesterday morning and his link to the shooting death of a woman who he stole a car from the officer was transported by another officer to John Peter Smith Hospital where he has alert and in stable condition. We do not believe he has life threatening injuries, but we're still investigating all the shots and how many Texas. DPS issued a blue alert on Wednesday and elders was arrested shortly thereafter

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Texas Police Officer Shot Multiple Times During Traffic Stop

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Police Officer Shot Multiple Times During Traffic Stop

"Police officer in Burleson, Texas, is hospitalized after he was shot during a traffic stop near the local high school police chief Billy Cordell. Multiple shots were fired by one of the three occupants inside the vehicle. The officer was struck multiple times Update on the officer's condition. Police have locked down the neighborhood as a search for the gunman.

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1 Dead After Small Plane Crashes In Parking Lot In Burleson, Dallas-Fort Worth

Jim Bohannon

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

1 Dead After Small Plane Crashes In Parking Lot In Burleson, Dallas-Fort Worth

"One person is dead and another was injured following a small plane crash in Johnson County it around 2 30 this afternoon, emergency crews responded after a single engine. So next experimental aircraft crashed in the back parking lot of a building at 603 East Renfro Street in Burlison. The pilot was the only one in the plane and he was pronounced dead at the scene. Another person was injured while trying to rescue him.

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"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"burleson" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"And they're just like really intense jokes. Borderline being offensive, but when you're somebody's brother, it's like. It's like when you have your brother or relative close to you can talk about the most sensitive thing that you know can get under his or her skin, but if somebody else says it, you'll find that person, right? It's the same in the locker room now. You don't cross that line though there wasn't like why do walking around whispering? There wasn't there wasn't black dude walking around calling the. Why do you know? Any of the fence wide. I don't. So I don't have them in my dictionary, but like. We didn't we didn't have that. It didn't go that far. It was always it was always jokes made on somebody's culture, which that was then o three was when I came in, so I can only imagine what it was like a ninety s seventy. One bag. They need further, but like now I don't even think that stuff. A slide in the locker room I think people might be like a gay to come on you. What did you said? HURRY UP! Hurry up to the lunch room because the chicken in there like that like I don't think people would like. They're not GonNa let that type of stuff slide now and I feel like we shouldn't I was having a conversation with my kids and I said listen if you're a school yet. The lunchroom somebody says something slick whether it's about you the way you were raised somebody else the way they were raised if. If they're making a joke about somebody's race, their religion, their coacher, where they're from how they look the color skin care. If his black persona white person white person, a black person, white person to agent, you know the list can go on it I don't care what count combination it is even if it's the stereotype that people are giggling and laughing I want you to be the one that uncomfortable moment. That's not funny. Let's move. In if if a kid's vote enough to do that. Then, for damn sure, don't should be able to and I do like we are more those that are willing to do that. They're like that was too much. That was so far left eye. And then in that moment that one person that felt like I can get away with saying something slick. That's offensive. Now. They're minimized ethnic we. We have to do that more often. While said I appreciate you. Coming on to do this. You gave me a lot more time than I had asked for so. problematic. Can go on and on and on and on, and you know the up again, listen. We got along corn seen so. You. Yeah you know I love. Good. Morning Football I'm always watching it and you guys do such a great job in the. Next time you come out about some light fun stuff maybe and. I'll never forget. You probably forgot about this I'll never forget. When have you guys in the studio? That went interview and we were. Talking about like Mount Rushmore Hbo Shows, and you hit me out of nowhere me like you know you're a real sex guy. And I remember being fostered. Wipe. flustered. Exciting from all we gotta have some fallen. Sex and taxicab confessions Dan. The exile. Hopefully get some football here uninterrupted in in twenty twenty, which would be nice for everyone right about that man and I'm soon as we. Get Rolling again. Having the own, we'll talk some ball. Absolutely take care. Thanks to nate burleson powerful stuff from. Nate who is.

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Matty's Story - donor conception and the cost of secrecy

Science Friction

08:12 min | 2 years ago

Matty's Story - donor conception and the cost of secrecy

"Hello Inattention Can you welcome now what if you suddenly found out you weren't caught who you thought you were on science friction this month within diving consequences and the ethical dilemmas so we brought you that extraordinary tale of two embryos and they millionaire parents then we from two women h grappling with what to do with the unused frozen embryos they still have stored IVF clinics well today it is Mattie story and ABC science reporter Anna Soleil joins me and I you met Mattie and Maddie's mom Evelyn at the recent volatility Saudi Astrology Conference in Hobart yet Mary was conceived using donor sperm and was fielding questions about their experience at this meeting of infertility counselors and Maddie's mom Evelyn was also in the room and I have to tell you it was such a moving experience and the family agree aid to share their stories with you and I for the first time publicly right here on science friction you're about to hear what impact keeping a secret conception can have on a family and they'll story starts in January nineteen eighty-four hospital ward in Perth twenty-seven-year-old villain is cradling her newborn baby in her arms for the first time when Mary was actually born that was probably the taste amazing moment in my whole life that I hold of Medi so if that was pretty special very special because I was at the birth Evan had the natural births that's tiny evidence husband once the gynecologist got the head in the shoulder he said that you do the rest yeah yes opted a big part in the burleson very happy and proud of that uh Evelyn says she always wanted to have children but because tiny was infertile trial he had a medical condition from boyhood the couple up to US from an anonymous donor instead both came from big families and I think we were very family orientated sort of thing and thought yeah go and we will I regard us both fortunate to have this opportunity with this artificial insemination icon recall any counseling or anything it the consequences for Evelyn. It wasn't an easy decision I was brought up a Catholic and even though I wasn't a practicing Catholic I'm not a Catholic or religious but it was still obviously had been of a hold in my head the sense that possibly this wasn't a k. to do this wasn't somehow ethical and there were other worries to like what if the sperm donor had helped create other children who met his genetic siblings Perth is a fairly small place it was then what if other people doing this and there will be other children and what if they meet that thought was also very early in my head this was the early nineteen Eighties and going off to the doctor to be inseminated by strangers sperm was not something you talked about the main focus here was on protecting the adults involved things like unwelcome child maintenance or estate claims that might come later as long as the resulting children grew up in a loving family it was assumed they'd be okay as for Evelyn back then the identity of the sperm donor was a case of OUTTA sight outta mind I didn't need to know I just accept today I think a couple of years after Mattie was born Evelyn attorney had another child Beth at this time using sperm from a different minimus donor as the two children grew up Evelyn wrestled with telling them they'd been donor conceived no one to talk to about it some people say keep this a secret other people might say perhaps hello not maybe might be holiday struggle was they may they dad it felt this way I felt a different way and wanted what was best for them but it never seemed the right time either aged difference and the place our acting they development and is a good time and isn't it a good time so many and Beth remained oblivious to their backstory they grew up in Perth and though their parents eventually separated things kept chugging along well with shared custody arrangement but even as a child something was niggling matty said let's now bring matty into this story so I can remember being five or six years old at and we gatherings asking my parents is dead my real dad and their answer was yeah he's your father the reason that I asked that question was because don't look like the rest of my family I've red hair and freckles and growing up I can remember looking at family photos and wondering where I got my red hair and freckles from Evelyn head answer questions and my natural color is pretty much this this brown but in summer I get real red red tint so there's some there's some people used to say when Matthew was two or three said he's very much like his dad that's the response of people regardless having red hair yeah I didn't worry about the material in red hair or anything and they were red heads in tiny side of the family yeah to think of all the opportunities we had to do this a little bit differently and and didn't take and some regret around those sorts of things so now we come to Mattie eighteen getting ready to launch into adult life they that's Maddie by the way today many I the gender neutral pronoun they they were about to move out of home into a share house and head off to Uni and it was at this point Evelyn wanted to tell Medea a younger sister Beth that they'd been conceived using donor sperm actually said going to have a family chat and so that comes around and my parents are really nervous so that's that was pretty strange for us aw I was a little bit nervous but we knew what we had too many years ago and as you get closer to get a bit nervous but Louis relaxed but just wondering what their reaction would be sat around the kitchen table and I felt very anxious I felt very emotional

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LeBron James Debuts 'The Glass Helmet Project' Featuring Saquon Barkley

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

02:36 min | 3 years ago

LeBron James Debuts 'The Glass Helmet Project' Featuring Saquon Barkley

"Couple of weeks ago. I upset the l._b._a. Community the bron- apologised colleges community lebron james suffers from fame and social media diction the aftermath lebrons. Hey look at me antics at his son's a you game i said fame as an addiction more dangerous than cocaine nate burleson and other members of the community rushed to the internet to preach to the world lebron. That is a good daddy. They take care of his kids. Well at the risk of upsetting. I'm going to once again point out that the latest of the latest it is example of the negative side effects of lebron's addiction to fame the thirty four year old basketball star claims to have identified football's most unique challenge and further claims to have invented solution class helmets players being assigned a helmet and do not have no voice and no one knows who they are because of the helmet and no one ever truly know on that there's actually a person inside there and not taking that seriously they will be seen by uninterrupted did and this right here is the farce glass helmet and meaning behind it is all these great athletes athletes that play our wonderful sport football will be heard and we'll be saying because they are at the end of the day they are people as well. They take these helmets off and they are people when they have the helmets on as well so when i first saw this. I thought it was a comedy skit. Get thought lebron was having some fun and then i watched a four minute youtube video titled the glass helmet project tackling one of football's most unique challenges. Oh sweet jesus. I think the broader series the bronze side kick maverick carter some nondescript former n._f._l. Player andrew hawkins and an artist artist are pushing the notion that glass helmets or symbolic glass helmets would liberate and humanize oppressed n._f._l. Players i can walk down the street. Be the star football team and nobody knows who i am because people don't recognize you. Ah as players were kind of looked at as warriors or gladiators right and gladiators aren't people who you remember their name take a lot of people when it comes to football they cheer for the laundry in the sense that they refer their teams more than having a direct connection with the players hopefully one day we'll see glass is home is on the

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NBA - Russell Westbrook, Paul George fuel Oklahoma City Thunder comeback

Golic & Wingo

01:31 min | 4 years ago

NBA - Russell Westbrook, Paul George fuel Oklahoma City Thunder comeback

"As we continue with off the top there it goes the thunder stave off elimination last night beating the utah jazz one oh seven ninety nine russell westbrook forty five points fifteen rebounds and seven assists to become the third player in nba history with a forty five fifteen and five line in a playoff game yeah pretty impressive actually between him and paul george he had forty five did westbrook george thirty four combined for seventy nine points the most ever by a thunder supersonics duo in a playoff game the previous was seventy eight so they just beat it that was back in seventy six tom burleson and fred brown so those who came to play we kept talking about donovan mitchell in the fourth quarter what he had done compared to what russell westbrook had done we had a couple of games ago westbrook talking about you know how i'm gonna shut down ricky rubio and then the game after that ain't about me and ricky anymore his actors are getting shorter and shorter up in the post game pressures even after this one he didn't really expound on a lot of shorted on the court this is kind of the russell westbrook we have been used to see he also figured that since playoff decided to finally show his head again he might have something more to say off that one playoff p finally i think showing up in the way that oklahoma city fans were expecting after you give yourself that horrible of nickname really really bad just got off golic and wingo here live from arlington texas for the nfl draft were brought to you by dsl michael junior michael senior trey wingo going to be joining us later in the show by the way as he prepares for the nfl draft right here as we continue with off.

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Cohen drops libel suits against BuzzFeed, Fusion GPS

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 4 years ago

Cohen drops libel suits against BuzzFeed, Fusion GPS

"Live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi singh president donald trump's personal attorney michael cohen is dropping his libel lawsuits against buzzfeed news and fusion gps over the socalled steele dossier npr's tamra keith reports this comes as cohen is under federal investigation cohen filed suit after buzzfeed published the steele dossier which detailed possible connections between the trump organization and russia it was produced by the opposition research firm fusion gps and paid for in part by democrats a lawyer for cohen says the decision to voluntarily discontinued the cases was necessary given the events that have unfolded and the time attention and resources needed for those matters fusion gps in a statement said the suit had been meritless and quote with his decision it appears that mr cohen can now focus on his many other legal travails a spokesman for buzzfeed's suggested that dropping the suit means cohen no longer thanks and attack on the free press is worth his time tamra keith npr news bizarre governor eric reitman's legal team suffers a legal setback in its defense against a charge of criminal invasion of privacy today in saint louis judge rex burleson rejected the republican governors bid to dismiss the indictment last week right insz team filed a motion to have the case tossed accusing circuit attorney kim gardner who's a democrat of trying to hide video evidence favorable to the governor's case grinds admits he had an affair but he denies he blackmailed or was physically abusive of his ex mistress one week after video of the arrest of two black men at philadelphia starbucks went viral the city's police commissioner is now apologizing to the men saying he failed miserably in messaging richard ross had initially said the officers did nothing wrong but now says he made is worse npr's amy held reports the tomb.

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Ex-Playboy model who alleged Trump affair reaches settlement with Enquirer publisher

Chip Franklin

02:12 min | 4 years ago

Ex-Playboy model who alleged Trump affair reaches settlement with Enquirer publisher

"Burleson oh san francisco oakland san jose the next generation of k g o eighteen a cumulus station now on amazon alexa opened the k g o eight tenths skill good afternoon i'm nikki medoro president donald trump says the united states will be doing everything possible to make an upcoming meeting with north korean leader kim jong un a success we hope to see the day when the whole korean peninsula can live together and safety prosperity and peace this is the destiny of the korean people who deserve and have gone through so much over the years we hope it all works out we'll be trying very hard is he referring to the fat boy that he's talking about two or the rocket boy he's trying to be mature yeah trump says he will be meeting with him in the coming weeks to discuss the denuclearization of the korean peninsula trump reasonably sent cia director mike pompeo to me with the north korean leader a former playboy model who claims she had an affair with donald trump has settled her lawsuit with the parent company of the national enquirer under the agreement karen mcdougal keeps the one hundred fifty thousand dollars the company paid for the rights to her story that was never published but american media has the rights to up to seventy five thousand dollars for any future profits from our story about the alleged relationship what is actually the story the story is i had sex with donald trump i guess and he was married right i mean when they make it sound like well here's the story i guess for me it's just like anybody in enter future election who is upset about the sexual misdeeds of any politician just shut shut it down don't care obviously we don't we although it is fascinating when you hear like the stormy daniels story and wait the way she described was on the bed and no no but the part where she goes where she says well i guess it was just going to happen i mean right women entered is that women have it is easier to somebody about that and i said yeah i mean that makes sense eight like you get stuck in donald trump i'm sorry it's only stormy daniels it was like some her loser boyfriend the won't leave until she lets out i mean she knew she was going to the hotel room with.

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