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"christina bus" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

06:32 min | 11 months ago

"christina bus" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Where it's and. I'm not knocking that. Because they do great paints but to be able to travel world and build up enough connections and relationships to go and be the boots on the ground and help people in a really really impactful way is something that i absolutely loved to do for a living. You know that's hard. It's hard to be able to do something like that. But that's where my heart is. Because i feel like that's what you could make most impact right now. I can make an impact calling games. I can make an impact playing games because you inspire right. You're aspiring and you can tell the stories and you get in honestly shape. Their moral compass fame's Over the course of time. But i really just want help. Where where does that spirit come from. Where did you learn to want to help. People like that. Robber comes from my my upbringing. And i know my parents both from new orleans louisiana born and raised there my dad in the projects. My mom was allowed to do. And they always told me of growing up to give my children and my family. More than what i more than what they have right and i've accomplice that but also want to instill that into my children and into our fabric goes go out and gives to people because people need help you know. It's it's tough. It's a tough way to describe Where your mind is where you got that from. But it's not a facade. It's not it's not something that you just say because ousted something that i actually want to do and taking the steps to be able to get there but right now i have to the best or when i'm being right now so that i can go off and maybe do that. I wanna thank you very much the time today i. This conversation went in directions. That was not expected to go. Which often happens. 'cause you were talking about well we'll talk you. We'll talk about tv and we wound up talking about some of your past and our unintended interactions. And i appreciate your honesty and thoughts there. And i wish you the best of luck with a potential comeback will be very curious if that opportunity comes and helping the world and feeding the world and hey listen. I'm glad we could connect. And i'm hoping that it won't be the last time and i said to. You probably back in the day in washington but maybe it takes on different meaning. Now you have my number only anytime anything you are and if i can help you in any way. I would be honored to be able to do that. Hey man i. I really do appreciate that and just have to say. Obviously we get off that saddam that i've worked with thus far heartiest. Vn off from the game. day crew. Lenzi lloyd kim. Batten produces that work with march announcement. Estimate who recall the games together with Has been top notch. And i couldn't have asked for better introduction into this area Leaf thinning steve. And all those guys have been People who have stayed in contact with me and help me do. The recruiting process. After dollar was being reason that i that i came on board so i just want to say to them. Thank you because you know you hear stuff right yourself and you don't know what to expect but it's been top notch for me into a glass to the honest with you So i just wanted to say that. Thank you for me on. And people realize how many people it takes to get all these productions ready as migrate producer christina bus. Well she's helping today. I was at the monday night game last night in green bay and there are an army of people behind the scenes. They're just not out in front right but all these people that had their own jobs that make all this possible that make it happen. And it's just it's an amazing collection of people and are so many people who don't show up on the tv screen. Whose jobs are incredibly important appreciated. It's kinda cool that you cited them as well so that for an s. yorkie three appreciate that on prominent like you're saying it's is so many people even with us on the games all just so many people in the trucks right gamma the scammer meat. But where every game accommodates a honestly call it like a team meeting or the breakdown bowl teams the cameras so they can like no okay. What other little nuggets cannot get pigeon soon during the game and it's pretty fun but you grow to almost be like a t. It's almost like a is a team. It's the same kind of thing and it's i tell. You wasn't what i was expecting. But i've definitely a a love the experience in in those. I try to go around. Give them all this conference after every game before the game has the better. We're all working together involving together. Yeah it's like. I tell the coaches to come to our crush. You get the experience of being team the fun of being around the sport. But you're not gonna be waking up on sunday morning at two three in the morning wondering what the hell did i do and that game and how do we bounced back. There's not the highs that you get and there's not below it's a more even keeled existence that we're all living and i'm glad that you could be a part of it. Hopefully you'll stay part of this team and not go another team for a while. Although i wish you what you wish for your half my wife was with all the hits and getting land on my arms and obviously the real intrusive scares of cd. She's very happy that that. I'm in this role now. She obviously knows. My desires are what i wanna do. Continue to play and she's offered as well but my family is definitely a okay with me being away from the seal and was such a great. Cd's robert awesome. Thank you very much really enjoyed it. Look forward to doing it again. We'll be in touch. And there is robert griffin the third and as i mentioned him at the outset of the podcast i didn't remember too many lengthy conversations that we had. I knew that he had had some issues with me. In the way that i reported about him it was fun and interesting to challenge him to say what it was because i never felt like i was unfair to the guy but i always felt like there was that perception. We never had spoken about it. So this is fantastic to be able to sit down with a very thoughtful intelligent articulate guy and get his thoughts on perceptions the media how he felt about reporters like.

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"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Relaxation to wear one day you could ever go back to coaching ever again, Bill? I don't know if I ever get back to coach and I I still Talked a lot of people around the league. Um I still try to help him. I'm a voice and a great year. Two people try to give some advice. Wisdom that I've wanted along the way. I've talked to a lot of number of the coaches that have been going in for SMEs interviews and so the ages past me to talk to him. I don't share that information with many people because it doesn't serve any purpose. Some of people who feel comfortable enough to come to me. Because my my interest isn't just with the Pittsburgh Steelers or whatever be in New York, with the jet or whatever. But I have a great respect for the game. And I understand what coaching is involved with. I understand how running an organization I was blessed to be one I thought was run very, very well. There was transparency. There was, there was, uh, way of working within the building that you knew what the protocols were that you need and go through, and that's what the young coaches they need understands. How does that building work? Do you have collaboration? You have transparency. Who are you communicating with, you know, And so you have to build those type of things up, and it takes time to build the trust and to have more input. You have to earn that right? So these are things along the way. I know Every building is different. They try to educate or just give wisdom to young coaches are going into it for the first time, So I enjoy doing that. I enjoy helping other people and sharing with them. My wisdom, which is Really goes back to me with sharing my life with this book is just you know, If there's any little bit of that can help someone. Then it's worth it because that's what your legacy it. It's what you're able to give to other people. See, I was thinking as you were saying this what's more important in life and keeping your wife happy? Very, very few things, right? No, absolutely. What would make your wife what would make Veronica any happier than she's the Jets winning a super? So I was that your you could all the times The Jets have changed head coaches all the times they've gone through it. There could have been something along the way that you could have done to help the Jets win a Super Bowl and help your life reached that level of happiness that you've brought her so many other times the happiness that we have. Adam is going down. Through our local French Brasi A Every day we go there on Saturday have a brunch. That's the happiness that we are enjoying is called normality. Uh, you know, I I let me tell you something. All the coaches I've had the privilege and honor of working with all the people come from the NFL to come work in TV. I say it all the time for them. You will not have Highs and lows that you get from working within an organization. But you will not be up Sunday night at two in the morning, wondering why you ran a certain play. Why a certain player got hurt What you're going to do this upcoming week. You'll sleep easier. You'll leave easier. Life will be better. It won't be as exciting. It won't be as depressing. It will be more balanced and more even. And you know what? Adam? I say I get to coach 32 teams every Sunday and I haven't lost a game in 14 years. It's the best, right. I mean, there's no it's okay. I'm okay. It keeps young. Hey, Bill, I want to thank you for the time today. Everybody out there read Hardened steel, written by Bill Cower with Michael Holly. And congratulations on the Pro Football Hall of Fame honor this summer welders are we look forward to watching your eight minute induction speech. And I thank you very much for the time today, Bill. Thanks at him a lot of respect for you and the job that you do your much respected throughout the National Football League and anybody listen to anybody listens to this broadcast right now. Can understand why, and there is the former head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, a man going to the Hall of Fame this summer and the author, along with Michael Holly of Heart and Steal a book. That is well worth reading over this upcoming July 4th holiday. As for this past holiday Father's Day, I dedicated myself to watching the golfer that I selected for my weekly golf pool. Has become the focus of my off season fun. I shared the story last week about how I got into this golf pool with some friends of mine where we pick a golfer each week and you get the corresponding points based off his winnings. Well, the man that I chose for the U. S open was one Jon Rahm, That was my pick. Want to thank Gil cower for taking the time to spend with us on this podcast this week. I want to thank my producer Christina bus Well, for putting up with me and putting together this podcast as she always does Such a tremendous job And I want to thank you the listener. For tuning in to another Adam Schefter podcast. As for these next few weeks, going to try to do some things that I don't ordinarily get.

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"christina bus" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I never had an opportunity to do before and I was enjoying it. I was enjoying in normality of having a job during the football season. Going out last season came It was just whatever you want to do, and I said, I've never had that option before. So I didn't need to go back to do what I did before. Like I said, I didn't invalidate anything. But certainly when that Haller pain came. It's certainly an exclamation point on my career. Could we ever get to a point where you've done enough of that? Traveling enough of the balancing enough of the enjoyment and relaxation to wear one day you could ever go back to coaching ever again, Bill? I don't know if I ever get back to coach and I I still Talked a lot of people around the league. I still try to help him. I'm a voice and a great year. Two people try to give some advice. Wisdom that I've learned along the way. I've talked a lot of number of the coaches that have been going in for SMEs interviews and so the ages past me to talk to him. I don't share that information with many people because it doesn't serve any purpose. Some of people to feel comfortable enough to come to me. Because my interest isn't just with the Pittsburgh Steelers or whatever be in New York, with the jet or whatever. But I have a great respect for the game. And I understand what coaching is involved with. I understand how running an organization I was blessed to be one I thought was run. Very, very well. There was transparency There was there was, uh, way of working within the building that you knew what the protocols were that you need to go through. That's what the young coaches they need understands. How does that building work? Do you have collaboration? Do you have transparency? Who are you communicating with, you know, And so you have to build those type of things up, and it takes time to build the trust and to have more input. You have to earn that right? So these are things along the way. I know Every building is different. They try to Educate or just give wisdom to young coaches were going into it for the first time, so I enjoy doing that. I enjoy helping other people and share with them. My wisdom which is really goes back to me with sharing my life with this book. Is just just, you know, If there's any little bit of that can help someone. Then it's worth it, because that's what your legacy is. It's what you're able to give to other people. See, I was thinking as you were saying this what's more important in life and keeping your wife happy? Very, very few things, right? No. Absolutely. What would make your wife what would make Veronica any happier than she is? The Jets winning a super So I was that your you can all the times The Jets have changed head coaches all the times. They've gone through it. You know, there could have been something along the way that you could have done to help the Jets win a Super Bowl and help your life reached that level of happiness that you've brought her so many other times. The happiness that we have. Adam is going down to our local French Brasi, a We go there on austerity have a brunch. That's the happiness that we are enjoying. It's called normality. Uh, you know, I let me tell you something. All the coaches I've had the privilege and honor of working with all the people come from the NFL to come work in TV. I say it all the time to them. You will not have Highs and lows that you get from working within an organization. But you will not be up Sunday night at two in the morning, wondering why you ran a certain play. Why a certain player got heard what you're going to do this upcoming week. You'll sleep easier. You'll leave easier. Life will be better. It won't be as exciting. It won't be as depressing. It'll be more balanced and more even. And you know what, Adam? I say. I get to coach 32 teams every Sunday and I haven't lost a game in 14 years. It's the best, right. I mean, there's no it's okay. I'm okay. It keeps young. Hey, Bill, I want to thank you for the time today. Everybody out there read hardened steel written by Bill Cower with Michael Holly. And congratulations on the Pro Football Hall of Fame honor this summer. Well, those are we look forward to watching your eight minute induction speech. And I thank you very much for the time today, Bill. Thanks at him a lot of respect for you and the job that you do your much respected throughout the National Football League and anybody listen to anybody listens to this podcast Right now. I can understand why And there is the former head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, a man going to the Hall of Fame this summer and the author, along with Michael Holly of Heart and Steal a book that is well worth reading over this upcoming July 4th holiday. As for this past holiday Father's Day I dedicated myself to watching the golfer that I selected for my weekly golf pool that has become the focus of my off season. Fun. I shared the story last week about how I got into this golf pool with some friends of mine where we pick a golfer each week and you get the corresponding points based off his winnings. Well, the man that I chose for the U. S open was one Jon Rahm, That was my pick. Want to thank Gil cower for taking the time to spend with us on this podcast this week. I want to thank my producer Christina bus Well, for putting up with me and putting together this podcast as she always does Such a tremendous job And I want to thank you the listener. For tuning in to another Adam Schefter podcast. As for these next few weeks, going to try to do some things that I don't ordinarily get.

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"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Talked a lot of number of the coaches that have been going in for SMEs interviews and so the ages past thing to talk to him. I don't share that information with many people because it doesn't serve any purpose. Some of people to feel comfortable enough to come to me. Because my my interest isn't just with the Pittsburgh Steelers or whatever be in New York with the jet, whatever. But I have a great respect for the game. And I understand what coaching is involved with. I understand how running an organization I was blessed to be one I thought was run. Very, very well. There was transparency There was there was, uh, I'm way of working within the building that you knew what the protocols were that you need and go through. And that's what the young coaches they need understands. How does that building work? Do you have collaboration? Do you have transparency? Who are you? Communicating with? You know, And so you have to build those type of things up, and it takes time to build the trust and to have more input. You have to earn that right? So these are things along the way. I know Every building is different. They try to Educate or just give wisdom to young coaches are going into it for the first time, so I enjoy doing that. I enjoy helping other people and sharing with them. My wisdom which is really goes back to me with sharing my life with this book. Is this just, You know, If there's any little bit of that can help someone. Then it's worth it, because that's what your legacy is. It's what you're able to give to other people. See, I was thinking as you were saying this what's more important in life and keeping your wife happy? Very, very few things. Right. You know what would make your wife what would make Veronica any happier than she is. The Jets winning a super So I was that your only you could all the times The Jets have changed head coaches all the times. They've gone through it. You there could have been something along the way that you could have done to help the Jets win a Super Bowl and help your life reached that level of happiness that you've brought her so many other times. The happiness that we have. Adam is going down to our local French Brasi, a We go there on austerity have a brunch. That's the happiness that we are enjoying is called normality. Uh, you know, I let me tell you something. All the coaches I've had the privilege and honor of working with all the people who come from the NFL to come work in TV. I say it all the time to them. You will not have Highs and lows that you get from working within an organization. But you will not be up Sunday night at two in the morning, wondering why you ran a certain play. Why a certain player got hurt What you're going to do this upcoming week. You'll sleep easier. You'll leave easier. Life will be better. It won't be as exciting. It won't be as depressing. It'll be more balanced and more Even. You know what Adam? I say I get to coach 32 teams every Sunday and I haven't lost a game in 14 years. It's the best, right. I mean, what's that's all there's? No, it's okay. I'm okay. It keeps young. Hey, Bill, I want to thank you for the time today. Everybody out there read Hardened steel, written by Bill Cower with Michael Holly. And congratulations on the Pro Football Hall of Fame honor this summer. Well deserved. We look forward to watching your eight minute induction speech. And I thank you very much for the time today, Bill. Thanks at him a lot of respect for you and the job that you do your much respected throughout the National Football League and anybody listen to anybody listens to this broadcast right now. Can understand why, and there is the former head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, a man going to the Hall of Fame this summer and the author, along with Michael Holly of Heart and Steal a book. That is well worth reading over this upcoming July 4th holiday. As for this past holiday Father's Day, I dedicated myself to watching the golfer that I selected for my weekly golf pool. Has become the focus of my off season fun. I shared the story last week about how I got into this golf pool with some friends of mine where we pick a golfer each week and you get the corresponding points based off his winnings. Well, the man that I chose for the U. S open was one Jon Rahm, That was my pick. Want to thank Gil cower for taking the time to spend with us on this podcast this week. I want to thank my producer Christina bus Well, for putting up with me and putting together this podcast as she always does Such a tremendous job And I want to thank you the listener. For tuning in to another Adam Schefter podcast. As for these next few weeks, going to try to do some things that I don't ordinarily get the time to do much during the season, have a great July 4th holiday. Have a great summer will be back in early July, and until then, be well and stay safe..

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"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"I never had an opportunity to do before and I was enjoying it. I was enjoying in normality of having a job during the football season. Going out last season came It was just whatever you want to do, and I said I never had that option before, so I didn't need to go back to do what I did before. Like I said, I didn't invalidate anything. Certainly when that Hall of pain came. It's certainly an exclamation point on my career. Could we ever get to a point where you've done enough of that? Traveling enough of the balancing enough of the enjoyment and relaxation to wear one day you could ever go back to coaching ever again, Bill? I don't know if I ever get back to coach and I I still talk to a lot of people around the league. Um I still try to help him. I'm a voice and a great year. People try to give some advice. Wisdom that I've wanted along the way. I talked a lot number of the coaches that have been going in for sweets interviews and so the ages of asked me to talk to him. I don't share that information with many people because it doesn't serve any purpose. Some of people who feel comfortable enough to come to me. Because my interest isn't just with the Pittsburgh Steelers, or would ever be in New York with the jet. You know, whatever. But I have a great respect for the game. And I understand what coaching is involved with understand how running an organization I was blessed to be one I thought was run. Very, very well. There was transparency There was there was, uh, I'm way of working within the building that you knew what the protocols were that you need to go through. That's what the young coaches they need understands. How does that building work? Do you have collaboration? Do you have transparency? Who are you communicating with, you know, And so you have to build those type of things up, and it takes time to build the trust and to have more input. You have to earn that right? So these are things along the way. I know Every building is different. They try to Educate or just give wisdom to young coaches are going into it for the first time, so I enjoy doing that. I enjoy helping other people and share with them. My wisdom which is really goes back to me with sharing my life with this book. Was just, you know, If there's any little bit of that can help someone. Then it's worth it, because that's what your legacy is. It's what you're able to give to other people. See, I was thinking as you were saying this what's more important in life and keeping your wife happy? Very, very few things, right? No, absolutely. What would make your life what would make Veronica any happier than she is? The Jets winning a suitable so I was that your only you could all the times The Jets have changed head coaches all the times they've gone through it. There could have been something along the way that you could have done to help the Jets win a Super Bowl and help your life reached that level of happiness that you've brought her so many other times. The happiness that we have. Adam is going down to our local French Brasi, a We go there on austerity have a brunch. That's the happiness that we are enjoying is called normality. Uh, you know, I let me tell you something. All the coaches I've had the privilege and honor of working with all the people come from the NFL to come work in TV. I say it all the time to them. You will not have Highs and lows that you get from working within an organization. But you will not be up Sunday night at two in the morning, wondering why you ran a certain play. Why a certain player got hurt What you're going to do this upcoming week. You'll sleep easier. You'll leave easier. Life will be better. It won't be as exciting. It won't be as depressing. It'll be more balanced and more. Even. You know what Adam? I say. I get to coach 32 teams every Sunday and I haven't lost a game in 14 years. It's the best, right. I mean, there's no it's okay. I'm okay. It keeps young. Hey, Bill, I want to thank you for the time today. Everybody out there read Hardened steel, written by Bill Cower with Michael Holly. And congratulations on the Pro Football Hall of Fame honor this summer welders are we look forward to watching your eight minute induction speech. And I thank you very much for the time today, Bill. Thanks at him a lot of respect for you and the job that you do your much respected throughout the National Football League and anybody listen to anybody listens to this podcast right now. Can understand why, and there is the former head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, a man going to the Hall of Fame this summer and the author, along with Michael Holly of Heart and Steal a book. That is well worth reading over this upcoming July 4th holiday. As for this past holiday Father's Day, I dedicated myself to watching the golfer that I selected for my weekly golf pool. It has become the focus of my off season fun. I shared the story last week about how I got into this golf pool with some friends of mine where we pick a golfer each week and you get the corresponding points based off his winnings. Well, the man that I chose for the U. S open was one Jon Rahm, That was my pick. Want to thank Bill Coward for taking the time to spend with us on this podcast this week. I want to thank my producer Christina Bus Well, for putting up with me and putting together this podcast as she always does Such a tremendous job And I want to thank you the listener. For tuning in to another Adam Schefter podcast. As for these next few weeks, going to try to do some things that I don't ordinarily get.

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"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Some of people who feel comfortable enough to come to me. Because my interest isn't just with the Pittsburgh Steelers or whatever be in New York, with the jet or whatever. But I have a great respect for the game. And I understand what coaching is involved with. I understand how running an organization I was blessed to be one I thought was run. Very, very well. There was transparency There was there was, uh, I'm way of working within the building that you knew what the protocols were that you need to go through. That's what the young coaches they need understands. How does that building work? Do you have collaboration? Do you have transparency? Who are you communicating with, you know, And so you have to build those type of things up, and it takes time to build the trust and to have more input. You have to earn that right? So these are things along the way. I know Every building is different. They try to Educate or just give wisdom to young coaches are going into it for the first time, so I enjoy doing that. I enjoy helping other people and share with them. My wisdom which is really goes back to me with sharing my life with this book. Is just, you know, If there's any little bit of that can help someone. Then it's worth it, because that's what your legacy is. It's what you're able to give to other people. See, I was thinking as you were saying this what's more important in life and keeping your wife happy? Very, very few things, right. You know what would make your wife what would make Veronica any happier than she is. The Jets winning a Super Bowl. So I was that your only you could all the times. The Jets have changed head coaches all the times they've gone through it. There could have been something along the way that you could have done to help the Jets win a Super Bowl and help your life reached that level of happiness that you've brought her so many other times. The happiness that we have. Adam is going down for a local French Brasi, a We go there on austerity have a brunch. That's the happiness that we are enjoying. It's called normality. Uh, you know, I let me tell you something. All the coaches I've had the privilege and honor of working with all the people come from the NFL to come work in TV. I say it all the time for them. You will not have the highs and lows that you get from working within an organization. But you will not be up Sunday night at two in the morning, wondering why you ran a certain play. Why a certain player got hurt What you're going to do this upcoming week. You'll sleep easier. You'll leave easier. Life will be better. It won't be as exciting. It won't be as depressing. It'll be more balanced and more even. And you know what am I say? I get to coach 32 teams every Sunday and I haven't lost a game in 14 years. It's the best, right. I mean, there's no it's okay. I'm okay with it keeps young. Hey, Bill, I want to thank you for the time today. Everybody out there read Hardened steel, written by Bill Cower with Michael Holly. And congratulations on the Pro Football Hall of Fame honor this summer welders are we look forward to watching your eight minute induction speech. And I thank you very much for the time today, Bill. Thanks at him a lot of respect for you and the job that you do your much respected throughout the National Football League and anybody listen to anybody listens to this podcast right now. Can understand why, and there is the former head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, a man going to the Hall of Fame this summer and the author, along with Michael Holly of Heart and Steal a book. That is well worth reading over this upcoming July 4th holiday. As for this past holiday Father's Day, I dedicated myself to watching the golfer that I selected for my weekly golf pool. Has become the focus of my off season fun. I shared the story last week about how I got into this golf pool with some friends of mine where we pick a golfer each week and you get the corresponding points based off his winnings. Well, the man that I chose for the U. S open was one Jon Rahm, That was my pick. Want to thank Gil cower for taking the time to spend with us on this podcast this week. I want to thank my producer Christina bus Well, for putting up with me and putting together this podcast as she always does Such a tremendous job And I want to thank you the listener. For tuning in to another Adam Schefter podcast. As for these next few weeks, going to try to do some things that I don't ordinarily get the time to do much during the season, have a great July 4th holiday. Have a great summer will be back in early July, and until then, be well and stay safe..

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"christina bus" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The happiness that we have. Adam is going down to our local French Brasi, a We go there on austerity have a brunch. That's the happiness that we are enjoying is called normality. Uh, you know, let me tell you something. All the coaches. I've had the privilege and honor of working with all the people who come from the NFL to come work in TV. I say it all the time to them. You will not have Highs and lows that you get from working within an organization. But you will not be up Sunday night at two in the morning, wondering why you ran a certain play. Why a certain player got heard what you're going to do this upcoming week. You'll sleep easier. You'll leave easier. Life will be better. It won't be as exciting. It won't be his depressing It'll be more balanced and more even and you know what am I say? I get to coach 32 teams every Sunday and I haven't lost a game in 14 years. It's the best, right. I mean, there's no it's okay. I'm okay. It keeps young. Hey, Bill, I want to thank you for the time today. Everybody out there. Read hardened steel written by Bill Cower with Michael Holly. And congratulations on the Pro Football Hall of Fame honor this summer. Well, those are we look forward to watching your eight minute induction speech. And I thank you very much for the time today, Bill. Thanks, Adam. And a lot of respect for you and the job that you do your retrospective throughout the National Football League and anybody listen to anybody listens to this podcast Right now. I can understand why And there is the former head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, a man going to the Hall of Fame this summer and the author, along with Michael Holly of Heart and Steal a book that is well worth reading over this upcoming July 4th holiday. As for this past holiday Father's Day I dedicated myself to watching the golfer that I selected for my weekly golf pool that has become the focus of my off season. Fun. I shared the story last week about how I got into this golf pool with some friends of mine where we pick a golfer each week and you get the corresponding points based off his winnings. Well, the man that I chose for the U. S open was one Jon Rahm, That was my pick. Want to thank Will cower for taking the time to spend with us on this podcast this week. I want to thank my producer Christina Bus Well, for putting up with me and putting together this podcast as she always does Such a tremendous job And I want to thank you the listener. For tuning in to another Adam Schefter podcast. As for these next few weeks, going to try to do some things that I don't ordinarily get the time to.

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"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Him and at one point I gave him the contact of the guy that turned out to be the source that told Norm that Colorado is getting a baseball team. And Norm got to break the story and he texted me unsolicited Saturday night 8 45, and this was the exact text that came in. 30 years ago. Today, the biggest story of my career. June 5th 1991, The Rocky Mountain News Big thanks to Rocky Mountain News sports editor Barry Forbis. For a solid guidance. He lonely a young new reporter that day. A kid named Adam Schefter who helped free me up at a critical time. Thank you, Adam. When I got that text, it took me back 30 years. And right then and there. I saw What a big story could do The effects it could have. And that story for Norm. Changed his career change his life. He loved it. He still remembers it to this day, so much so that he texted me a picture of him holding up the Rocky Mountain News with the headline. It's Denver Miami, which are the two cities that were awarded baseball teams and it came 30 years ago. Last week, which is incredible. Norm told me later in the text that night, he said, Um, I was a month away from 49 years old at the time, which Basically, he's Five years younger than I am now celebrated that night with Sherry Vasquez, a woman he was dating Champagne and French dinner, one of the highest of highs, probably a tie with Britney Spears quickie wedding for biggest stories. Britney was bigger from a global recognition. The high from that story was a catalyst for going to Vegas. I wanted stories that would equal or top the high of June 5th 1991 new I'd be able to repeat it in Vegas perfect time and place. And he's doing a book now, anyway, on and on from there, But Norman, I'm my good friends were reminiscing about that on Saturday night, 30 years goes quick and big stories always leave their mark. Or I want to thank Kenny Mayne for taking time this week to join us on the podcast. I want to thank my great producer Christina Bus Well, for putting up with me and putting this together and I.

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"christina bus" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Phil Mickelson that week. To win the Masters. He was if I remember correctly, plus $25,000. And so I guess that means for every $100 you bet without knowing how these odds worked. You get $25,000 in return. And I had forgotten that my friend who did not want his name used bet Phil Mickelson to win the Masters until Monday morning when I woke up and texted him again, like did you bet Phil Mickelson again to win? PGA this past week in and sure enough, he put another $100 down on Phil Mickelson toe win at plus 15,000 so his $100 was turned Into $15,000. Can you imagine how much fun that must have been to watch Phil Mickelson win on its own? That was great. But if you had any skin in the game, any money like my friend, did anyone $15,000 on $100? That's incredible. I asked my friend to come on the podcast. To talk about it. I didn't want to bring any added attention to it. But he did say to me that essentially and I quote in this text. Watch out for Philip the U. S open. He's gonna play well and he can win that one, too. So we'll see whether Phil Mickelson can do what he did at the PGA, But I will say this. My friend was the big winner this week. And aside from Phil Mickelson, incredible to see that incredible to watch it all around. Great. Memorable historical performance. And really, what it's come down to is, we've now seen that we're living in a day and age where these great athletes seem to be peaking. Later in their athletic careers, All right, I want to thank Jake from State Farm Kevin Miles for appearing on this week's podcast and being such a tremendous guest. I want to thank my great producer Christina Bus Well, for putting up with me and putting this podcast together for another week, And I want to thank you the listener for tuning into another Adam Schefter podcast. We're hoping that we're continuing to provide you with information interviews insight that you can't find in other places. We hope you'll be back in this spot. Again next week. We'll have more for you again and until then, have a great Memorial Day weekend. Be well and.

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"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"That was with on that trip to Augusta told me as we were flying down that he bet Phil Mickelson that week. To win the Masters. He was if I remember correctly, plus $25,000. And so I guess that means for every $100 you bet without knowing how these odds worked. You get $25,000 in return. And I had forgotten that my friend who did not want his name used bet Phil Mickelson to win the Masters until Monday morning when I woke up and texted him again, like did you bet filmmaker listen again to win. PGA this past week in and sure enough, he put another $100 down on Phil Mickelson toe win at plus 15,000 so his $100 was turned Into $15,000. Can you imagine how much fun that must have been to watch Phil Mickelson win on its own? That was great. But if you had any skin in the game, any money like my friend, did anyone $15,000 on $100? That's incredible. I asked my friend to come on the podcast. To talk about it. I didn't want to bring any added attention to it. But he did say to me that essentially and I quote in this text. Watch out for Philip the U. S open. He's gonna play well and he can win that one, too. So we'll see whether Phil Mickelson can do what he did at the PGA, But I will say this. My friend was the big winner this week. And aside from Phil Mickelson, incredible to see that incredible to watch it all around. Great. Memorable historical performance and really what it's come down to is, we've now seen that we are living in a day and age where these great athletes seem to be peaking. Later in their athletic careers, All right, I want to thank Jake from State Farm Kevin Miles for appearing on this week's podcast and being such a tremendous guest. I want to thank my great producer Christina Bus Well, for putting up with me and putting this podcast together for another week, And I want to thank you the listener for tuning into another Adam Schefter podcast. We're hoping that we're continuing to provide you with information interviews, insight. You can't find in other places. We hope you'll be back in this spot again next week. We'll have more of it for you again. And until then, have a great Memorial.

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"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"I'll always want to give that back so they won't ever comes with that energy. I'm I'm right there for him. I know it's a special moment in time. I don't wanna I don't wanna ruin that for anybody, and I want to ruin it for me. So I'm super super thankful these days. Super super thankful these days. I'm super thankful you took some time to spend with me and the people are listening today. I really appreciate it. It's nice now, when I was watching all these TV spots, and I see this guy up. There he is. There's my guy. There's my guy. Thanks, man. Thanks. Really. Thanks. Yeah, man. Thank you so much for having me and just reaching out and it's great talking to you. I mean, you do great stuff is well, so I mean, you're definitely question and I know, I know that to get here is just a special groundbreaking moment. Um And so I'm very honored that you brought me on, man. Thank you so much on his mind, Kevin. Thank you very much. Continued success to you will be watching on TV. Thank you very much, my friend. Thank you, friend. And so there is the actor Kevin Miles better known as Jake from State Farm. And now we'll know a little bit more about Jake from State farm when we continuously see him are all these commercials that the company runs throughout the NBA playoffs and the NFL season. And his greatest It is to watch him on those NBA games. The biggest sports headline of the weekend in My mind had to be what film Mickelson did at the PGA Championship when he became the oldest golfer to ever win a major. It has been eight years since he last won a major, the 2013. British Open and the funny thing about this is I talked about my brief and first trip to the Masters in Augusta, and one of the guys that I was with on that trip to Augusta told me as we were flying down that he bet Phil Mickelson that week. To win the Masters. He was if I remember correctly, plus $25,000. And so I guess that means for every $100 you bet without knowing how these odds worked. You get $25,000 in return. And I had forgotten that my friend who did not want his name used bet Phil Mickelson to win the Masters until Monday morning when I woke up and texted him again, like did you bet Phil Mickelson again to win? PGA this past week in and sure enough, he put another $100 down on Phil Mickelson toe win at plus 15,000 so his $100 was turned Into $15,000. Can you imagine how much fun that must have been to watch Phil Mickelson win on its own? That was great. But if you had any skin in the game, any money like my friend, did anyone $15,000 on $100? That's incredible. I asked my friend to come on the podcast. To talk about it. I didn't want to bring any added attention to it. But he did say to me that essentially and I quote in this text watch out for Philip the U. S open. He's gonna play well, and he can win that one, too, So we'll see whether Phil Mickelson can do What he did at the PGA, But I will say this. My friend was the big winner this week. And aside from Phil Mickelson, incredible to see that incredible to watch it all around. Great, memorable historical performance. And really what it's come down to is. We've now seen that we are living in a day and age where these Great athletes seem to be peaking later in their athletic careers. All right, I want to thank Jake from State Farm Kevin Miles for appearing on this week's podcast and being such a tremendous guest. I want to thank my great producer Christina Bus Well, for putting up with me and putting this podcast together for another week, And I want to thank you the listener for tuning into another Adam Schefter podcast. We're hoping that we're continuing to provide you with information interviews insight that you can't find In other places. We hope you'll be back in this spot again next week. We'll have more for you again and until then, have a great Memorial.

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"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Blue Globe loop. Now I could listen to Mike to Rico and gone on with Mike to Rico. For another 345 hours, probably and I will take him up on that invitation. If My son's college graduation happens to fall on the exact same day in the NFL draft, and I can't even tell you how I'm loading this already to see when his actual graduation is and it the department that he's graduating. I went back and did some research. Last time they had impression. Graduation ship. That graduation was Thursday night. 68. So if it's Thursday night, 6 to 8 in April 2022. I won't be flying to Las Vegas. I don't know that I'll be participating in the draft, and I might if I Working. It all have to use Studio in Mike to Rico's house, so we will revisit that subject later at an appropriate time. But we'll see how that one plays out and how another one played out came up this past week happened toe have the occasion to talk on the telephone. With the sun off the Ravens Pro Bowl cornerback Marlon Humphrey, a man by the name of Bobby Humphrey. And for those of you who don't remember Bobby Humphrey was a running back for the Denver Broncos. Back when I covered the team in 1991 of my very first assignments. In Colorado at the Rocky Mountain News was when Bobby Humphrey was holding out for a new contract back in 1990. Nobody had seen him or heard from him in weeks. They sent the young cub reporter Adam Schefter. Birmingham, Alabama to see if he could go find Bobby Humphrey and I look back in my career. The 31 plus years I've covered the sport. And truly one of my biggest professional failures. The thing that haunts me to this day. Was flying to Birmingham, Alabama, spending three full days there. Having no idea what the hell I was doing and looking and failing to find Bobby Humphrey. Looked everywhere. I looked at the local Gyms. Looked at the school that track Sanford where he worked out. Supposedly wasn't there went to his agent, jury albinos pharmacy to go see if he will be there. Went in there, and I realized now as I look back on it, how much I didn't know about how to do my job and how in that particular case I was basically throwing Arch and a dartboard and hoping to somehow blindly hit the bull's eye. I never did three days went by In Alabama. Me looking all around me, never finding Bobby Humphrey, and eventually his holdup did end And eventually he did return to Denver, and eventually he did speak to the media. I've wasted three days of my life in Birmingham, Alabama, getting absolutely nothing done it for somebody who likes to be productive and get things done. That still haunts me to this day, and I had the chance to speak him on the phone, and I said, Bobby, I don't know if you realize this I went down to Birmingham, Alabama, looking for your heat did not know that. There's no reason he would have. And when he heard the story about how I was down there looking for him, he was hysterical, and I was hysterical with them. And I'm glad that 31 years later. We could laugh at this now because I wasn't laughing at it then, but it came up this past week. It was a phone conversation. I had I thought it was worth sharing. Also this past week, we lost the great Joe Valerio, the producer of the sports reporters, a man that took over that job in 1989, I would say that's Joe Valerio. Was the very first person. Who gave me an opportunity to be on ESPN, and it was back in the early two thousands. And I remember getting an email on a coal from a Connecticut number and it was Joe Valerio. And Joe was a great man. He was incredibly organized, thorough. Gave me an opportunity of a lifetime. And he was so much bigger and so much more important than me. This little beat writer in Denver. And he didn't have to do that for me, and he went out of his way and on Saturday. Jeremy Schapp sent me an email. That Jovel area lost his life after a battle with cancer. He was 71. I didn't even know he had cancer. Jeremy had told me that he kept it from everybody. But a select few. And that obviously accelerated very quickly, and I want to pay my respects to Joe Valerio and this family. I work with some Brian at the NFL also a great guy. Joe Valerio left a mark on me and much differently to Bobby home free. But in his own way is somebody that I will always remember somebody that helped bring me the ESPN. Somebody who helped give me my start and I am not alone. He did that. For countless others he held grow the profile and reputation. So many of America's great sports writers and columnists And Joe Valerio was the man behind the scenes pulling all the strings making everything happen. May he rest in peace. He was an incredible life. Well lived. We will miss Joe Valerio. I want to thank our guest on this week's podcast. Might Rico outstanding. There's such a great job on NBC. I want to thank my great producer Christina Bus Well, for putting up with me and putting this all together in order. Thank you, the listener for tuning into another Adam Schefter podcast. Please join us again next week. We'll have more interviews and inside information and until then, have a great week. Be well and stay safe. Individuals.

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"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Globe loop Now I couldn't listen to Mike to Rico and gone on with Mike Tirico. For another 345 hours, probably. And I will take him up on that invitation. If My son's college graduation happens to fall on the exact same day of the NFL draft, and I can't even tell you how I'm loading this already to see when his actual graduation is and the department that he's graduating. I went back and did some research. Last time they had impression. Graduation ship. That graduation was Thursday night. 68. So if it's Thursday night, 6 to 8 in April 2022. I won't be flying to Las Vegas. I don't know that I'll be participating in the draft and I might. If I work it, it all have to use Studio and Mike to Rico's house, So we will revisit that subject later at an appropriate time. But we'll see how that one plays out and how another one played out came up this past week happened toe have the occasion to talk on the telephone. With the son of the Ravens Pro Bowl cornerback Marlon Humphrey, a man by the name of Bobby Humphrey. And for those of you who don't remember Bobby Humphrey was a running back for the Denver Broncos. Back when I covered the team in 1991 of my very first assignments. In Colorado at the Rocky Mountain News was when Bobby Humphrey was holding out for a new contract back in 1990. Nobody had seen him or heard from him in weeks. They sent the young cub reporter Adam Schefter. Birmingham, Alabama to see if he could go find Bobby Humphrey and I look back in my career. The 31 plus years I've come to the sport. And truly one of my biggest professional failures. The thing that haunts me to this day. Was flying to Birmingham, Alabama. Spending three full days there. Having no idea what the hell I was doing and looking and failing to find Bobby Humphrey. Looked everywhere. I looked at the local Gyms. Looked at the school that track Sanford where he worked out. Supposedly wasn't there went to his agent, jury albinos pharmacy to go see if he will be there. Went in there, and I realized now as I look back on it How much I didn't know about how to do my job and how In that particular case, I was basically throwing darts at a dartboard and hoping You somehow blindly hit the bull's eye. I never did three days went by. In Alabama. Me looking all around me, never finding Bobby Humphrey and eventually his hold up that end, and eventually he did return to Denver, and eventually he did speak to the media. I've wasted three days of my life in Birmingham, Alabama, getting absolutely nothing done it for somebody who likes to be productive and get things done. That still haunts me to this day, and I had the chance to speak him on the phone, and I said, Bobby, I don't know if you realize this I went down to Birmingham, Alabama, looking for your heat did not know that there was no reason he would have And when he heard the story about how I was down there looking for him, he was hysterical, and I was hysterical with them. And I'm glad that 31 years later. We could laugh at this now because I wasn't laughing at it then, but it came up this past week. It was a phone conversation. I had I thought it was worth sharing. Also this past week, we lost the great Joe Valerio, the producer of the sports reporters, a man that took over that job in 1989. I would say this Joe Valerio Was the very first person. Who gave me an opportunity to be on ESPN. And it was back in the early two thousands. And I remember getting an email on a coal from a Connecticut number and it was Joe Valerio. And Joe was a great man. He was incredibly organized, thorough. Give me an opportunity of a lifetime. And he was so much bigger and so much more important than me. This little beat writer in Denver. And he didn't have to do that for me, and he went out of his way and on Saturday. Jeremy Schapp sent me an email. That Joe Valerio, Wash his life after a battle with cancer. He was 71. I didn't even know he had cancer. Jeremy had told me that he kept it from everybody. But a select few. And that obviously accelerated very quickly, and I want to pay my respects to Joe Valerio and this family. I work with some Brian at the NFL also a great guy. Joe Valerio left a mark on me and much differently to Bobby home free. But in his own way is somebody that I will always remember somebody that helped bring me to ESPN. Somebody who helped give me my start and I am not alone. He did that. For countless others he held grow the profile and reputation. So many of America's great sports writers and columnists And Joe Valerio was the man behind the scenes pulling all the strings making everything happen. May he rest in peace. He was an incredible life. Well lived. We will miss Jo Valerian. I want to thank our guest on this week's podcast. Might Rico outstanding. There's such a great job on NBC. I want to thank my great producer Christina Bus Well, for putting up with me and putting this all together in order. Thank you, the listener for tuning into another Adam Schefter podcast. Please join us again next week. We'll have more interviews and inside information and until then, have a great week. Be well and stay safe..

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"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"christina bus" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"What you got going on. I appreciate you taking the time today on short notice. I'm sorry that I drained your computer battery. I'm happy that Sarah's computer was able to come to the rescue here and that like I said, you validated that your true 1% No man technology man like I can you good with that I can put my foot in my mouth Well, and I can really screw up technology. The first ever assume that I was on. I was speaking to the Boston College football. T the new coach there, Jeff Athletes like Hey, we just talked to the team Got this thing is called, like wisdom, Wednesdays or whatever wants you to be a guest. So sure enough, I've got this great talk planned. It's gonna go great. Gonna be like Adam Schefter talking to Michigan that good and what happens, My stinking battery goes out halfway through the thing. Like this guy. They're probably like, Wow, this that's intelligent. That's intelligent. Hold up. This guy can't even keep his battery charge. He knows nothing about gonna listen to anything this guy says way all have adventures in zoom and technology. Last year during the height of the pandemic, my college buddies asked me if I could give a pseudo commencement address to their daughters who are graduating Michigan There was no ceremony and I said I'd be honored and they invited some friends and there may have been. I don't know 5100. People on this room call work. I was the commencement speaker for Michigan and honor I'd never had Before and so right before I went on. I said it would be kind of cool if I brought on Chase. One of Nick's to say a few words. He's like a God, Michigan so I reached out to him and he said, Yeah, we had to come on. So I introduced Chase one of its two Come on. And he steps up there, and he's like he's so you know, all riled up and you could see how animated he is. But you couldn't hear anything. And so I sent him a text on my chase. Chase me yourself. So you spent like three minutes talking. He got done. He looked very pleased that everything it said only nobody heard anything, he said. So it takes him a mule yourself, and he had to go through the whole thing all over again to the Michigan class of 2020. Hey, we've all been there. We've all doesn't matter how many's zoom You've been on. You've accidentally left yourself on mute. Had your volume down by we've all been there. Hey, I appreciate taking the time. It's nice to see you again over. Zoom. Hopefully I get the chance to see you again in person very soon. And thank you very, very, very much for the time today, Matthew, for sure. Always a pleasure, man. Any time. Thank you. Appreciate you. How great is Matthew has come back one of my favorite people in our company, one of the most thoughtful, intelligent, articulate people I know and quarterbacks know the game and he knows the game as well as anyone. I want to thank Matthew Hassle back. Want to thank my great producer Christina Bus Well, for putting up with me and putting this podcast together, and I want to thank you the listener for tuning in to another Adam Schefter podcast. Like I said, We're back in the space next week and told them I have a great week. Be well and stay safe. Is your bathroom, looking old and worn out love to update it. But you don't know where to start. Then that Basie I bath and shower show you how to turn that old bath into an Isle of beauty and functionality are residential bathroom solutions provide the best value on the market and our customer service is second to none are cost effective. Bc, I bath and shower Family of products has what you need. Remodeling. Our bathroom was a big decision for us. They didn't make a mess out of our house at all. And if the end of the day we had a beautiful new bathroom, and it was.

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"christina bus" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"christina bus" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Team's answers. Bucks. Vikings COLDS, Niners jets. Falcons Cowboys. If you're a fan of one of those teams, we got to get back to 11. If you want easier, Yeah, it's amazing to think about that. We are this quickly into the season, and there are that many teams that could be on the ropes early. It's always that way moving forward, But it's gonna get dark early for a few of these teams after we too, which is amazing. Evan appreciate the time appreciate the insight. We will see you Sunday at the South Street Seaport Studios for Sunday Football. We, too, and for manageable moment account that on ESPN appreciate the time today. No, thanks. There's ESPN analytics guru Evan Kaplan with a look ahead to what should be a tremendous We, too, and already we've got drama in the NFL. But it already goes to show you the own predictable nature of the NFL. Why we love this sport. Why, whenever we think we know what's going to happen It never does. And we're one weekend. The surprises begun. There'll be more this week and in a year where there's cold it where there's no all season program where there's no preseason games. We've said it before. I'll say it again. There were gonna be more surprises this year. Never before would be great to see what surprises are in store this week, But I promise you this, there will be more special thanks to Washington football team defensive end station one of those big surprises from week one special thanks to Our second guest on the podcast Edward for his tremendous insight, as well as Evan Kaplan special thanks to my great producer Christina Bus well for putting up with me and putting this podcast together. Special Thanks to you, the listener coming back.

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"christina bus" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"christina bus" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"If they start going to losing to burrow and Bangles are rookie quarterback, I think I think that's gonna be a huge topic as we move forward with kind of, unfortunately saving the same old ground, right, so yes, I totally agree with you. This is Fascinating game Thursday night because only two spells doom If you're looking to make the playoffs should quickly mentioned four other deans this week between own one teams and his bucks. Vikings. COLDS, Niners Jets, Falcons Cowboys. If you're a fan of one of those teams, we gotta get back to one of one. If you want easier road. Yeah, it's amazing to think about that. We are This quickly into the season, and there are that many teams that could be on the ropes early. It's always that way moving forward, but it's gonna get dark early for a few of these teams after we too, which is amazing. Evan appreciate the time appreciate the insight. We will see you Sunday at the South Street Seaport Studios for Sunday Football. We, too, and for money Football Monday night Countdown ESPN appreciated time today. I smell. Thanks. There's ESPN analytics guru Evan Kaplan with a look ahead to what should be a tremendous We, too, and already we've got drama in the NFL. But it already goes to show you the own predictable nature of the NFL. Why we love this sport. Why, whenever we think we know what's going to happen It never does. And we're one weekend. The surprises begun. There'll be more this week. And in a year where there's coded where there's no all season program, where there's no preseason games, we've said it before. I'll say it again. There were going to be more surprises this year. Never before would be great to see what surprises are in store this week, But I promise you this, there will be more special thanks to Washington football team defensive end station one of those big surprises from week one special thanks to Our second guest on the podcast Edward or for his tremendous insight, as well as Evan Caplin special Thanks to my great producer Christina Bus well for putting up with me and putting this podcast together. Special thanks to you, the listener for coming back again to another Adam Schefter cast. Are you paying too much for term life insurance? There's a tremendous price war. Among the major term life companies and rates have dropped dramatically in the past few years. For example, for a man age 45 non tobacco user, It's $1 million of coverage. It's.

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"christina bus" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"christina bus" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You weren't and not not good looking either. So you got that right is what he is so likable. Now he is so gracious, and I haven't said this. Mike Shanahan last week we were talking and he spoke about you. You're recently this house, right? Yeah. And he spoke about you in a reverential way. Shane what an incredible human being you are. And I could say that, And I don't mean that in over the top way because back then in 90 90 your jerk you are you couldn't you couldn't be any pleasure in your braces now. Good looking. I think so. I think, Adam, I think it goes to the amount of pressure that that I was under following John Elway and dealing with everything I was dealing with in my life. And finding this outlet from a philanthropic standpoint, helped me immensely with that, but it it's the experiences that we all have. You know, Lewis has played I played. I know what it feels like to be a Sam Darnold right in New York and all the pressure that happening to him or to any of these players and and how it's an impact, how they interact their personalities, their entire life. And for me, it was no different. Andi. I had to find balance. And so I'm looking forward to bringing a little bit of that for the broadcast. You know, the emotion of the game, and especially this year will be more emotion than ever. So what does this feel like to have that much pressure on you? And how did that play out during the course of the game during the course of the season and in an individual's life, and I'm a perfect example of that, so he would have told me that I would be in this position back then I never would have believed you. Well, I want to thank you guys. I am proud of all of you guys and your own ways. I am happy for this booth. I love this booth. I think you guys are gonna crush it this year. It's a great group of men with a lot of different perspectives, and we are fired up to listen to you Monday night for the woman I football opener, the Tennessee Titans at the Denver Broncos and all the ensuing games of the Monday night schedule. Look forward to listen. You guys, I want to thank you very much for the time today, but we'll be judged Brian next. I want to go on the road like you never get back there. It's called exposure therapy, and it was just, you know, leaving for home and you have to stop. Shaken in two hours in you be fine. All right, guys, take it Thanks so much. Thank that. And so we wish Look to Steve Levy, Brian Greasy and Louis Riddick. Not that they will need it because I think that they will be excellent in the booth starting Monday night, but we are rooting for them. As they are poised to have an excellent NFL season, and now we're ready to go. It's here. The Monday night doubleheader that ESPN will take into your homes as well with the Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers and the Titans and Denver Broncos with my friends, Steve Levy, Brian greasy. And Louis Riddick on the call. Want to thank them for joining us for this podcast and basically giving us a little bit of a preview of what they will sound like in the booth together, working Monday night and this season on our thank field Yates for his thoughts on this upcoming NFL season. That's now upon us. I want to thank heaven Kaplan for his breakdown of the weak one match ups will be bringing to us each week and I want to thank my great producer Christina Bus will for putting up with me. And getting through another week as we get ready to kick off the season and thank you the listeners for tuning in to another Adam Schefter podcast this week. Every week as we now get to enjoy the fruits of our labor a little.

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