21 Burst results for "Dominique Foxworth"

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:32 min | 3 months ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"It's so hard to talk about the Lakers and LeBron without people taking things and directions that as I start, I'm not necessarily trying to go to or did not want, right? But it happened to me because I do think there's something very interesting about this LeBron era, which by the way, has been four years. Like, those four years ran up on us pretty quick. LeBron spent 13 straight years where his teams got at least to the second round of the playoffs, right? You know, you got all those years with the finals, but at least the second round of the playoffs. He's been with the Lakers for four years. They've made the second round of the playoffs one time. They've missed the playoffs twice, but they got a championship, right? Now, it's an interesting championship because on one hand, it was in the bubble, you didn't get the parade, all of that stuff. All the other hand, it was the year that Kobe died, which I imagine comes with its own significance for the Lakers, but at least for me, as an unattached party, right? Like a party observing this from a distance. I would think this has been a little bit disappointing if I were a Lakers fan. That's how I would see this. It's just like, you want the championship and I guess there are more relevant than they used to be but normally when you're in a place like that, even if you are not winning the championship, you go into the Conference Finals. You go on to the NBA Finals, like you win these in this push. And that really isn't what this has been for the course of this four years. And I can't think of anything quite like that. Like somebody pulled up the stat for me that the only team in a ten year span to win a championship, but not make it out of the first round within that span where those mavericks, where they won the championship in 2011, and then around that didn't get past the first round. I haven't seen anything like those are the only examples that we have. And so Lakers fans that I'm Friends with, they haven't really enjoyed this as much as they thought they would. That's what I was thinking is you were saying you think it would be a disappointment. I think that we know, or at least anecdotally. It doesn't feel like Lakers fans on the tweets or in our life in our lives feel like they have really enjoyed this run. And that's I think not to get to like the analytics versus the kind of feel or trust your eyes, guys, but it feels like from a purely quantitative way to look at it. I would say I take a championship and three years of missing the playoffs over no championship in every year and the finals.

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Bomani Dissects the Lakers' 'LeBron Era' with Domonique Foxworth

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:32 min | 3 months ago

Bomani Dissects the Lakers' 'LeBron Era' with Domonique Foxworth

"It's so hard to talk about the Lakers and LeBron without people taking things and directions that as I start, I'm not necessarily trying to go to or did not want, right? But it happened to me because I do think there's something very interesting about this LeBron era, which by the way, has been four years. Like, those four years ran up on us pretty quick. LeBron spent 13 straight years where his teams got at least to the second round of the playoffs, right? You know, you got all those years with the finals, but at least the second round of the playoffs. He's been with the Lakers for four years. They've made the second round of the playoffs one time. They've missed the playoffs twice, but they got a championship, right? Now, it's an interesting championship because on one hand, it was in the bubble, you didn't get the parade, all of that stuff. All the other hand, it was the year that Kobe died, which I imagine comes with its own significance for the Lakers, but at least for me, as an unattached party, right? Like a party observing this from a distance. I would think this has been a little bit disappointing if I were a Lakers fan. That's how I would see this. It's just like, you want the championship and I guess there are more relevant than they used to be but normally when you're in a place like that, even if you are not winning the championship, you go into the Conference Finals. You go on to the NBA Finals, like you win these in this push. And that really isn't what this has been for the course of this four years. And I can't think of anything quite like that. Like somebody pulled up the stat for me that the only team in a ten year span to win a championship, but not make it out of the first round within that span where those mavericks, where they won the championship in 2011, and then around that didn't get past the first round. I haven't seen anything like those are the only examples that we have. And so Lakers fans that I'm Friends with, they haven't really enjoyed this as much as they thought they would. That's what I was thinking is you were saying you think it would be a disappointment. I think that we know, or at least anecdotally. It doesn't feel like Lakers fans on the tweets or in our life in our lives feel like they have really enjoyed this run. And that's I think not to get to like the analytics versus the kind of feel or trust your eyes, guys, but it feels like from a purely quantitative way to look at it. I would say I take a championship and three years of missing the playoffs over no championship in every year and the finals.

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Domonique Foxworth Gives Credit to the Dolphin Fans

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Domonique Foxworth Gives Credit to the Dolphin Fans

"I gotta give some credit to the dolphins fans 'cause they are, in my view, the most sensitive fanbase in football right now, but I came after them back when they were tanking. And dolphins fans filled up my mansions with all type of hate. And then all those reports came out that the owner was allegedly paying the coach to drop games. My Mitch is they weren't as full in the first time, but I had some dolphins fans in there like you was right. A full fan base was like, oh yeah. What you said a couple years ago, my bad.

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

03:14 min | 6 months ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"Bye. I drive a Ferrari. Three 55 cabriolet. What's up? I have a ridiculous house in the south fork. I have every toy you could possibly imagine. And best of all, kids, I am liquid. So now you know what's possible. Let me tell you what's required. Okay, life advice is life advice RR at Gmail dot com. All right, let's check out a dating one here. How are you guys doing? I'm good. U.S. looking like they're going to be in the World Cup, so things are on the up. Yeah, we need to do it going abroad with you and then maybe we'll have Kevin on to promote the F one pod because we probably would have had him on. At this point, but he's got his own F one pod going. So I'm fired up for them. All right, here we go. Dating girl, not sure where it's going. 5 ten, one 75, 30, could hoop a little in high school. Great. So a few years back, I was set up on a blind oh, wait a few weeks back. I was set up on a blind date by a family friend, got the girls number from the friend texter, got to know her a little. As much as you can, a stranger over text. And set up a date a few days later. First date went well, better than I expected, spent a few hours together, had some chemistry immediately set up another day for a few days later, which is where the first issue comes about. She lives well over an hour away from me, don't have to mention this on air, okay? So yeah, all right, he's telling me where they live. Got it. It seemed a little far bordering on long distance, but the first date went so well. I figured it was worth exploring. That was less than 48 hours between the dates, so we didn't text much before the second day. It's over to replace the second date, which took almost two hours for this drive. Right, if they hit that drive at the wrong time, it's not LA, but it would be bad. It went well because I did that drive once. Not as good as the first, but I still liked her and liked where it was going. The obvious choice for the third date was for her to come to where I live, but we had some scheduling issues so we said we could circle back in the time and place. I texted her the next day for some ideas for times and then proceeded to not hear from her for almost two days. I assumed is anyone would that I'd just been ghosted, not a big deal. It happens. But then she finally responded, we set up a third date. I tried to get some conversation going. But again, radio silence for her until we actually had the third day. We had the third day and it went well again. This is great. It's like roller coaster of emotions here. We seem to get along and she seems like a very dateable girl, et cetera. I'm just starting to find it hard to get excited about setting things up with her. We literally do not talk unless we were on a date or setting up a date. Again, I feel like we get along well, but she lives at least an hour and a half away. And it feels like someone I'm dating and it feels less like someone I'm dating in just someone I see once in a while. My friends think I'm being too harsh and too picky that she's just not a big texter, but it's got to a point where the girl basically disappears between times we hang out. I would think she's just not interested, but she keeps saying, yes, it seems excited when I do hear from her. I don't think this should be a big issue. She lived close by, but the distance thing kind of worsens it. We can't just pop into see each other or grab happy hour, et cetera. I just want to know, am I wrong to think something is a little off? You think it will get better, the more we get to know each other and should I just keep at it any advice would be great. Well, my first question is if it doesn't work out. She sounds perfect, man..

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

04:39 min | 6 months ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"West Virginia. It's been a while and I'm glad we finally got a month. Dominic foxworth, ESPN. And NFL vet. There's a lot of stuff that I want to get to here. I'm trying to think the best stuff is you just check it out of the way. All right, well I'll try not to derail it. You've already talked about Will Smith because that's all that's all anybody wants to talk about as Will Smith and Chris rob so I will not take it in that direction. Although I admitted, I agreed to come on to the show. I had time to come on. Around the same time to happen. And I did want to know your general reaction is that I guess I'll listen because I'm sure you talk about it at some point, right? No, I haven't been on. Bill and I taped Sunday Night. Right, no, I heard we did all. Right. I guess I thought earlier in this show, like you might open up with your Will Smith, Chris Rock reaction. We'll just do it then. Because it's Tuesday, Thursday. I haven't really done it. I haven't done it. I was going to start the interview by asking if you ever slapped a man, but maybe a little bit later. All right, so here's what happened for those that don't. Like when I got done taping with Bill, I went back upstairs to watch some stuff that was going on while we were taping. And then I just saw Twitter blow up and I went, okay, well, I got to check out this a little bit and then I saw it and I kind of thought, all right. You kind of can't be right on any lane and at the same time you could argue you're not wrong and a bunch of the different lanes. And I know that my first instinct is that whenever I see everybody telling me what a badass they are, like when Marcus, when Marcus spears says, I would have slapped a shit out of Will Smith. I believe Marcus passed. When thousands of other people are like, there's no way you would have been able to do that to me. I'm like, I don't know if that's true. Because first of all, if you're Chris Rock, you can't fucking believe this just happened. No, no. No, it's no way. He's walking up there. I would have assumed he's an actor, and he's playing out a bit. Chris Rock had his hands on his back and he rocked him. Okay, and then there's also that it's a fake crew because none of us, none of us ever, you know, white dress blue dress. None of us can ever ever figure this stuff out. I'll admit, I'm cynical. I thought, okay, is this real? And then when I saw the footage that leaked in the commercial break of Denzel and Tyler Perry going up to console him. And here's the other thing too. And maybe this is being on TV, you can see that Chris Rock is flustered. He's like, what the fuck? And he even screws up his toss a little bit. 'cause he's just like, I can't believe yet he still has a job to do. So for all the, you know, I don't know, man, Chuck Norris is out there that think like, this is on. It's like, well, you're still actually in front of everybody, posting the Oscars. Look, the only thing that I can ever compare it to was something that happened to me is that when I was staying in Malibu with my friend Carissa and she was gone and I came back and there was a stalker waiting for her outside of the house. It went from I'm not sure what's going on to the story got thinner and thinner and thinner and then once it finally fell apart and then I thought, okay, but I wasn't remotely afraid of them, not like I'm some badass, but I could just tell I was like, I'm not afraid of this guy. But I didn't know the full story, the full scope of the story. Here's a guy with somebody who I know sort of well but not everything about her life saying he was from her town invited a visit. He's got luggage with them. And then his story gets worse and worse and worse. And then in the video, you can see where I kind of like straighten up a bit because I'm like, all right, this guy's totally off the reservation. It doesn't make any fucking sense. He's probably listening right now, by the way, because he's still tweets out shit about my family. But my Friends were like, how did you not kick his ass? And I'm like, okay, I get what you're saying, but you don't understand in the moment when and this is different, but it reminded me of in the moment for everybody saying how come you didn't punch Will Smith back or whatever. My Friends are like, how did you not beat up the stock? It's like, 'cause you don't really, it's such a weird thing in the moment that you don't really process it the way everybody else, when it's like, oh, cool hours later, you know exactly what you would have done in an unprecedented situation. Now I've come to this point in my life. I just turned 39 last week. I saw the old dad hat thing. I almost voted, but no, you're invited to vote. Everybody knows the old black man hat. Yeah, I just not sure which type I had. I need to buy because they're only four types of old black men and the hat tells you which type is. But anyway, I've come to this point in my life where I'm better about presenting myself honestly..

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

06:53 min | 7 months ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Hang out saint Elmo's, you find a hammered coach stumbling out of there at some point. Well, speaking of people's mental states, I do want to ask you here about the psychology of all of this because that's another enormous reason why the NFL combine has been so scrutinized for decades now, right? I mean, the wonderlic test, in particular, which is this IQ style exam that was supposed to measure cognitive ability, was always controversial, but that was finally eliminated for good, starting with this year. And so how big a deal first off was the wonderlick Dominique as somebody who actually had to take this thing. No one cares about the wonderlick. The coaches don't care about the one like GMs don't care about wonder like players don't care about the wonder lick. Remember I told you we practiced stuff to get ready? Yeah. I didn't practice the wonder lick because no one like no coaches make a decision on the wonder leg. I did not stress about the water Lake. I didn't care what I got on there. I could tell you what I got on all the other tests. No idea what I got on the wonder lick because you know what football coaches don't want? They don't want somebody who's too smart. Guarantee you. They don't want somebody who's too smart. The wonder lick is a terrible assessment of someone's IQ. So it's like not even a good test. I think it was created as aptitude tests during wartime to decide what people were best suited to do. Hey, you did well on this. You probably need to be an engineer in the army. Hey, you got a one on the one to Nick? He grabbed a bayonet, get out there. Front line for you, buddy. Trench warfare for you. I'll be more literal kind. And football, we are all on the front line. So it does not matter. They are not looking for intelligence. I guess maybe you could argue that the quarterbacks wonderlick score matters, but I don't remember the last time that a quarterback had to do simple a bunch of simple math problems quickly to make a decision. I love that the only test that's literally a test is the one thing that you blew off. I wrote an article about the wonder Lake, and I remember, I think Benjamin Watson got a perfect score on a wonderlick. It's like 50 questions and you got like 15 minutes to answer 50 questions. I can't read 50 questions in 15 minutes. Let alone answer them. I do remember that for so many years, like the legend of my boy Ryan Fitzpatrick, is that he finished the wonder lick faster than anybody, which was not even like a matter of him getting a perfect score. He just finished it as quickly as possible, which always was funny to me as a matter of like achievement. I think Greg mcelroy did really well. I remember Alex Smith doing really well. Some reason I've Brady Quinn in my head, did he do well? And your boy fits magic did well. Like the correlation, I think the closest person to the Hall of Fame of all those guys is Benjamin Watson. But my God, did correlate to future broadcasting and podcasting opportunities. And as for the interview portion of the combine proceedings, like beyond the psychological evaluations, what are those like? Yeah, so the interview portion is fine like certain teams request to interview there's some that are informal where you just hang around and there's like an informal interview period where coaches are scouts can just grab you and pull you aside and chat. And then there's like, grab you, where are you at? This is like a high school dance now that I'm thinking of. Yeah, it's pretty much like that. It's in a big auditorium that is formally a train depot because the hotel that we're in used to be a train station. And it's been revamped into a hotel. And you hang around, try to show a little leg. And get the browns to pull you aside, and ask you some questions. And then drop a handkerchief, throw some ankle. Oh yeah, just give them a little ankle. Unbutton three buttons, a lot of them know I'm open for business. And then there's a formal interview process. The teams have suites during this formal process and some of the suites continue on the train motif in our train cars. So they'll pull you into a train car, you slink back in there and then you sit across them and they ask you a bunch of questions. It's normally reserved, I think, for high draft picks and guys with the dreaded character concerns. Like those are the people that they want to talk to and there. I didn't get too many of those interviews 'cause I was neither going to be a first rounder, nor was that somebody who had like arrests or issues in college. So what you're saying is that no one asked you like Jeff Ireland asked Dez Bryant is your mother a prostitute. Matt one person asked me that question. I did get asked if I'd rather be a cat or a dog, though. Oh, hey, and what did you say? I said, human. Wow. I don't respect the construct of your question. No, no. That's what I wish I said. I was like, I'm a doggy. I will chase after the ball that you throw. The psychological Eva, I remember when I was preparing for that portion of it. I don't think they give those tests at the combine, but when you go on team visits, I know the Giants are infamous for having like a 600 question psyche Val at one point. They don't anymore. But I remember as prepping for the combine, my agent gave me an old giants psych eval. I also remember going down to Tennessee for my visit and sitting with their team psychiatrists and leaving and I guess I don't know if this is appropriate or not, but he was like, this is the best evaluation I've ever done. Then they drafted PacMan Jones in the first round. I never forget it. I'll never forget it because I was like, man, they need corners. He said, my eval is great. This is awesome. I'm gonna be in Tennessee. First round, first pick. PacMan Jones. I guess his train car interview went better than mine. He wanted to be a cat. So at the very end of your Dominique, I am realizing that this is an event that doesn't matter nearly as much as I thought it did for NFL prospects. It's a thing that clearly has other functions that are like ancillary to actual talent evaluation, so what should be the future of this thing should even exist? It makes money. I think we have to understand that it's much closer to the Pro Bowl than it is to the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl actually matters in the Pro Bowl doesn't, but no matter what, we're gonna watch it, and if we're gonna watch it, they're gonna sell it. To some degree, the players many of the players will benefit from the money that has entered into the league's coffers and they split it amongst them, but some.

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:51 min | 7 months ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Get used as a result, as you see it? I'm not sure. I think that no one wants a less information. Generally, if you're in a decision making situation, you want more information than less, and you'll put whatever weight on it that you want. But I think what ends up happening is coaches and general managers and teams use this information to justify decisions that they were planning on making anyway. You know, like it's like, see, told you he was fast. Or they'll find a guy that they really like and say, see, told you he was smart because he was in fast. And they find these things to justify the decision that they wanted to make in the first place. So now I'm beginning to feel like I'm the guy who is sort of like digging up his friends, SAT scores, 'cause I'm wondering Dominique, like, is this even a thing? The combine test score is that you got these times these benchmarks, is it even a thing that you talked about in the league again? Oh, absolutely. I mean, it's not something that we talk about very much, but it's something that really matters. So when you go into like a coach's meeting room, they have all the players and like little placards, magnet placards on the wall and they move them around. And when they do the same thing during free agency. On there is your name, height, weight, school, 40 time. My 40 time was four three four for my entire NFL career. I ran that fast one time in my life. I never ran that fast before and never ran FS after. But for my entire career, I was like, dubbed a speed guy. And so it matters. That characterization matters. When general manager looking for free agents, they are looking at those 40 times. So it sticks with you is something that you can't shape. And I can say this to you as somebody who then went on to Harvard Business school. It does feel like a 40 time a four three four is like the, you went to Harvard. Of results. Exactly,.

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

08:28 min | 7 months ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"This is ESPN daily. Starting your own small business can be a total roller coaster between all the ups and downs, twists and turns and highs and lows comes the actual business side of your business, which can really throw you for a loop. Luckily with QuickBooks, you can get paid, run payroll, and know where your business stands from the start. So no matter how bumpy the ride gets, you can always stay on track. New business, no problem. Success starts with Intuit QuickBooks, learn more at QuickBooks dot com. QuickBooks payroll, QuickBooks payments, and QuickBooks online account required. So Dominique, I do want to start here, I think it's appropriate only to start here with a quiz, do you remember your combine numbers? Because I have them in front of me right now. Do you have in your memory banks, like the actual precise results that you got for all of these tests you took? I do remember that I think I was in the top 5 for cornerbacks, which puts you in a top 5 for everybody for just about every ability that they tested. I know my vert was like 42 or 40, 41, 41 on the vert, and a 40 time was four three 5. Four three four. Okay. I mean, it's just stupid. These are stupid numbers Dominique. Yeah. What was the broad time? Do you remember? One 25. Yeah, that's a lot of inches. That's a real broad matter. Every inch matters. It's not the motion of the ocean. It is not the motion, don't believe what they tell you. But these numbers are like, you know, I mean, at an NBA level vertical leap. And to be clear, NBA verts, not true verts. They allow drop step at the NBA combine. No drop stepping NFL. My vert is better. Give me a drop step. I might hit 55. I'm just caught out there thing. So we found some video of you running the 40. Oh, I remember that video. My shirt didn't fit. I was sexy as hell, the muscles was peeking out. No shorts on, medium energy on the shirt. You got a great taste of the quads and everything else. Just compression shorts, blazing. Dominique foxworth from Maryland. Three year starter at Maryland, all ACC. Looking pretty good. I thought he came out of there low and hard, especially those first ten yards looked excellent. Unofficially 4.41. Unofficially, 4.41, but officially 4.34. And that's just objectively blazingly impressive for a young Dominique foxworth, although I do want to point out here. Also that we did find a video of you running some drill and apparently rich eisen did not officially call you Dominique foxworth. Oh, really? Who do you call me? Dominique foxworthy. Dominique foxworthy from Maryland up next once again, he was very good in the 40 unofficially 4.54 and also a 4.47. See the combine doesn't matter. I wasn't fast enough for him to learn my name. You rich. Rich not only butchered my name, but he did what was much worse, butchered my 40 time. Get out of here. He's not around four, 5? He started out by Sato's impressive and this is a four or 5. That's not impressive for a cornerback? Stop it. What did you do to prepare for all of this stuff? Because I know when I study for a test, like I'm going in the library for a summer and I'm just living there and it's sad. I'm depressed. But this, to prepare for this particular event, what did you do? I mean, it's the same thing and just my library was a training facility in paramus, New Jersey. My senior year, we weren't good, so there was no ball game, so I spent several months getting ready for the combine there, and we would work out in the morning, take a nap, watch more, work out in the afternoon. Eat in the little hotel and whatever. That was just it for several months. But in terms of like what you knew you had to do, how did you learn that? Did you go and hire somebody? Is it standard to go and hire like a special coach? How does the wisdom of how to ace this test get sort of transferred to you? So the agents normally have either they have their own training facility or have some relationship with a training facility. So that's why I went and it was helpful to go there because the whole class in that particular agency kind of works out together. I was there with Fabian Washington was a first round corner that went. And I think he broke the record for the 40 times. So while I was blazing fast running four threes, he was running four twos next to me all day, so trust me. I did not enter the combine with a whole bunch of confidence. I love that. I love that you ace this test or you think you do and then the guy next to you is like, man, congrats on that B plus. Fabian was definitely messing up the curve. We really ruined in the curve for the rest of us. And so did you know which measurables were most crucial? Did you have a sense of that? And what was the logic there as you understood it? Different positions, different things matter for different positions. And football is such a specialized sport. They don't care how much you bench press if you're a cornerback. And so I was pretty strong, but I didn't train for the bench press. 14 is the number you got. Much less than I was doing when I was at Maryland. I could do more, but I was like, get over ten. That's all that matters. So the other things like vertical leap and broad jump, you know that it's not about you actually jumping because when do you do a broad jump in a football game? It's about demonstrating some power. All the agility stuff, the shuttles, all that stuff is important because it's like sudden change direction is important to cornerback. So I think it matters a lot for a cornerback to ace all the on the field stuff because it translates, but they could also just watch all the four years of footage that I put up in Maryland and decide, which I think is what they did in the end anyway. Well, that's my question, right? You have all of these tests that you're taking and you're doing real well, but all of that, you're telling me, it also is just obvious just on tape. And so did all of this feel kind of silly on that level then? To be honest, it feels so important and for some players it is, but it's also not that important, and you don't really know if you're that player or not when you hate there, just like I have to do well, because nothing good comes of me not doing well, so I have to do well. But if you run really fast, but your tape is bad, no one cares. If your tape is really good and you're slow, there are people who still interested in you, but it's so rare that you come in with guys who were not like first round picks, then you leave the combine and they do become first round type talents. I feel like DK Metcalf who ended up not getting in the first round. He really benefited from the combine, but it's so rare that that happens that people drop out of the first round or enter the first round because of the combined performance. But the most important thing is the thing that they probably have no ability to test is like, even though they do psych evals, like really, it's what's inside that counts. Wow. Wow, that's inspirational. And they do study the outside 'cause I'll never forget standing on the stage in my drawers. I knew we're getting to it at some point. Let's talk about it. Let's talk about it right now, because I mean, this is very famously the underwear Olympics. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, I ran my 40 in my underwear, literally. And not boxers, by the way. They're tight. Oh yeah, look it up, ladies. And gentlemen, I don't care. Just get a taste. And then there's also the time where you stand on the stage, like very famously, we all have seen the Tom Brady picture where he just looks like a glass of milk. Yeah, the only time I've ever related to Tom Brady is that time. Yeah, I mean, it feels dehumanizing. Honestly. And it's not dehumanizing, at least for me, it wasn't when I was thinking about it, but then when I'm up there on the stage in front of the people, now I'm just looking at me and I just got on my drawers. It's like, damn. So all this information Dominique, including you standing up there on stage in your drawers. How exactly does all of that.

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

03:34 min | 7 months ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"ESPN daily is presented by supercuts. The smarter, easier way to get a haircut. It's not just any haircut. It's super cuts. So Dominique, what was your AOL screen name again? NFL bound 36. It's a miracle, honestly, that we're Friends. Because my screen name was Yoda followed by 6 numbers, and those numbers were like reference to X-Men comic books. I love the X-Men growing up. So, I mean, I just also had a goal and that was it. So you didn't just have a goal and that was it. You're one of these maniacs who had a dream. And then lived that dream. And so I have this time machine that I need you to jump into with me, and I'm setting the date to February 2005. Be careful, don't go back too far, because we might not be safe. It was the NFL combine. It's Indianapolis. You're coming off your senior season as a defensive back and university of Maryland. How nervous were you before you head into this building where all of this seems to be on the line? Your whole career, your dream. Watching me throw up might have made you think I was nervous. However, wait. At what point did the vomit that definitely was not a symptom of nervousness come in? I know that sounds absurd, but it was not a symptom of nervousness. It was because I was a 175 pounds, and I needed them to think I was as heavy as possible. So I drank enough water to get over one 80. Then I went to the bathroom and was all over the place. Along with my brethren, I wasn't the only one who was tricking people with water weight or trying to trick people with water weight. You describing like what I imagined something between like a boxer and also like a supermodel. No, we're going to other way though. I feel like boxers in supermodels are trying to trick their way down. Like, my throat was not self induced. I could not hold that much water in my body. Like, the plan wasn't drink enough water to trick them, then throw it up. The plan was drink enough water to trick them, then who the hell knows after that? In this might make you feel great. All water, like if I would have put it in a glass, could have handed it to somebody, neighbor. Why is this water so warm? Don't worry about it, have a sip. Beyond the fact that gosh, that is disgusting. Is the fact that you are trying to trick people though? I mean, that seems to be part of it, right? Like you are trying to be the best self that you Dominique foxworth NFL prospect had ever been. You're trying to be the best version of a football player because my best self is much more like evolved and interested in different things than the best version of myself that I presented to them. So during psyche valves during interviews with teams, during all those things, again, still trying to trick them. Trying to trick them into believing that nothing matters more to me in this life than throwing my head into other people's heads for you. I'm explaining it to people who haven't been there, but have you been to a job interview and they ask you like, what's your worst quality? You know what the answer is supposed to be? I care about work too much. Yes, exactly. So the combine is one big demonstration of us caring about work too much for some of us is true. For most of us, it is not, but.

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Out here. What are we doing. Like antidote on was respectable in this game but they need more than that to compensate for the issues that they have on their offensive line in particular. The defense wasn't as good this game as we've come to expect the bears defense to be but it's probably pretty hard to get your morale up and to keep going out on the field and they keep trying to get stops against a really talented offense when you look over at your offense. You don't have much faith that they can get the job done. So basically as justin feels his friend you want no restrictions on his screen time basically it is time for him to be out there on the jumbotron as much as possible. Yeah i mean. If i'm also his teammate. Absolute parental control. We just make sure that we're play regulating some some protections on his screen time limits. We block certain acts. It's very violent and often nsf. W so the other guy that everyone was very excited to see how we played was matt. Stafford matt stafford. You throw his three touchdowns he has three to twenty one yards all very good all again kind of to be expected within this offense underneath. Mcveigh so i also want to acknowledge. We've talked a lot about quarterbacks so when you watch this game i'm just cameras on on on the defense. Who do you think. I'm sorry it's not. It's not regulatory breaking news. But aaron donald unblock of about two by three people tell. Tell me what. I don't get as a casual football normany. About what aaron. Donald does that you guy who played football away. I think that we talk about it so much casual football normies might know how great he is. But i don't think you can really appreciate until you watch somebody else. Who is good. Try to do what he does. Like other all pro defensive tackles cannot create the havoc that he does and he's also small. He's undersized it didn't go like number like top of the first round in part because people thought he was too small and he uses quickness and leverage and his height to his advantage to make impacts on all types of place even if he doesn't get a ton of sex which ended up getting second his game. he's probably gonna end up leading the league in sacks from the interior which is something that never happened before aaron donald but he just makes an impact because teams platform obviously and so like you might dedicate two guys to him and then you think all right well. We're deficient elsewhere. Because we need to dedicate guys to him. You're still deficient. There is the problem. That's what makes him so special. Is you can gain plan to stop him. But you can't really stop yet trying to game plan for someone but being unable to stop them. That's kind of how. I feel when i try to ask you questions about football. Like i think. I know where i should be taking you. And then you're like i don't know if that's a compliment or not and then you're like no. I'm gonna go over here and do what i want. So yes you are. The aaron donald dominique foxworth of espn daily. No no no no. No no no no. I think it's more like you feel like the chiefs defense is. It doesn't matter what you do..

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NFL Week 1 With Alex Smith

ESPN Daily

01:01 min | 1 year ago

NFL Week 1 With Alex Smith

"Alex smith. Man you were. I mean first off your ties loosened. Let's start there. You've just spend your first sunday as my teammate. now at espn. You were last. Season's nfl comeback player of the year. We all know that incredible story. But i believe this was the first time in twenty five years you have not been playing football or rehabbing for football. So how did it all feel for you personally. Just being out there and not being out there. Yes you're right. It's been twenty five years. This fall that i haven't been doing football some fashion or another been in training camp incredibly different but Awesome i had a lot of people reach out to me a lot of like stanley france. You know this last week in mackay. We're thinking about you. How are you doing. And as honestly i. I'm so at peace with the way my career ended obviously grateful that i ever was able to make it back in to be doing what i'm doing and you know still be around the game in some other capacity. I still had butterflies this morning. So that was amazing and looking forward to this challenge. It's it's it's fun

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Witness with a lukas. Haas about a young amish boy witnesses a murder. They're there. That's a great film and then regarding henry. American graffiti definitely would not put the movie that i interviewed. Harrison ford Four on a ranch in montana cowboys and aliens. I love you. Jon favreau but that one didn't quite come together cowboys fighting aliens even through in james bond movie daniel craig and they couldn't save it the devil's own. A a great film shot where our family has a home on the north fork. Long island With brad pitt. That's right brad pitt. And the devil's own shot and green port new york harrison ford one of the great movie stars of all time and in some of the most important films ever made. But i think rich's Richest four right. There is probably the best. The fugitive which won an academy award for tommy lee jones who then went on to play the role in a sequel with downey junior. That's just awful but the first the orig- not the tv show. That's the original fugitive but the pursuit of the one armed man. Richard dr richard kimble that opening sequence when his wife is murdered. It's just hard. Finding and a great summer thriller. I love now action movies and thrillers. That are exciting. Don't require special effects green screens in aliens and all these types of avatar no. Just give me dr. Richard kimble wrongfully accused in a tunnel. Trying jump off. A waterfall chased by the cops. It's still holds up all these years later. So happy birthday to To harrison ford excited for the all star game concerned about usa men's basketball. They did not look good yesterday and the loss against australia. But who are. We now to think that america is entitled to just show up and win the gold medal. I mean we invented this problem team. Usa is facing every other team littered with nba players. Patty mills joe. Ingles last night solid guys in the league. You'll see the french team. Have a ton of mba guys. Whether it's a tumor nil. Akina or rudy. A list goes on. I think but he's able was on the australian team last night from philadelphia guys everywhere if you think about the nba. First team all nba. Mostly foreign guys. There are more foreign guys this year on first team. All nba jaanus luca yokich than there were american born players. Then you go down to the second and third team. He got him beating. Go bear steve nassar the two time. Mvp from canada and this century. You've seen luca danni star yokich won the mvp honest one two before that. In fact an american has not won the mvp since two thousand eighteen james hearted. Who's now by the way overseas on instagram of monte carlo with magic johnson and sam jackson which looks like a great time. Think that's where riches this week but more overseas players the overseas game in enfeebled has out now actually got more physical than the nba game. How'd that happen. Our best players don't do it anymore. I know we're in green with this idea of the dream team. But where's the bron- where's a d. where's hearted. Where's kyrie where steph. We're zion sitting at home watching and team. Usa can't figure it out. They might be sitting at home watching too when he gets to the medal rounds. I'm not confident today that. Cvs say is going to win the gold medal for the men. I am for the women however Shoutouts everybody jumped on the show today. Clinton gates paul rabo. Peter rosenberg scott feinberg. All the way from france international on the show dominique foxworth. Of course tomorrow excited. We're going to have marcus. Johnson and black. Jesus himself the borough earl the pearl monroe nba champion with the new york knicks. Joining the show. Tomorrow big shoutout to super producer art. Were sending lots a glove to our man. Ben nagar thinking of you hear the rich eisen show ben lines in rich. We'll talk to you tomorrow on the rich eisen show..

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Finish alonzo defense his title. Twenty twenty one derby champion. Put the belt on again. I think i'm the best power hitter on on the planet on the call either alonzo on the proclamation that he's the greatest power hitter in the game. I'm ben lyons. I'm the greatest. Radio hosts in the game. Filling in for rich is is rich. Eisen show got space jam coming out on friday all week long. We're countdown my five favorite basketball movies of all time yesterday. Number five love and basketball today above the rim to pox cords. Wayne martin. Leon the late bernie mac. Marlin wayne's set new york city at the rucker street basketball tournament drug dealers involved with teams in kind of a real slice of new york city. Life in the nineties comes straight basketball. Couldn't find any clips for our board art of our board op arts to be able to play on the show because this is a family show however number four hundred list Above the rim. I always love to on on the days. I get come hang out with the rich eisen crew here. They send me a nice email with different celebrity birthdays. Different things happening in the world. Anniversaries in one thousand nine hundred ninety the movie ghost theaters today. Everybody remembers the pottery scenes of course with me more and we'll be goldberg. Patrick swayze nineteen thirty four. On this day july the thirteenth babe ruth had seven hundred career home. Run a babe ruth to someone. I'm fascinated by. His numbers are so much greater than everyone. Else's from the time he played. I was kind of the equivalent today of shohei ohtani. Finishing the season with a hundred and fifty home runs the next guy. Having like forty. Nine babe ruth play against black players in playing its dominican. Players in plates asian. Players didn't travel the way the players didn't didn't train the way players did now. Didn't have night games the way players do now. So there's lots of different obviously about his era but one of the great american athletes one of the great figures in american history. Just what he represented the roaring twenties new york Big business sports marketing so many moments in american culture. I think are tied with babe. Ruth at that era. So babe ruth. Yeah just one of One of those dates today hitting his seven hundredth home run couple. Famous birthdays cody. Bellinger would like to see him. Hit seven hundred home runs for the dodgers cody. Right cody bellinger turns twenty six years young former. Mvp spud webb. A former dunk contest champion. Fifty eight years old spud webb. He had bounce solid little player to spud was only five foot three five foot six. Maybe five foot six. I'll say muggsy bogues is five. Three spud webb was five six. Maybe five seven on a good day dunk contest champion and also had some good dunk contest performances in later ones in eighty nine in. Houston when kenny walker. One and be clyde drexler in the finals. Like i said earlier dunk contest historian. Cheech marin seventy-five today. hey boy. Whatever that guy's doing signed me up for that. I'll take seventy five once the secret to turn and seventy five there. Cheech cheech marin kornheiser seventy-three today and harrison ford turned seventy eight. I saw rich tweet this earlier. If you had to pick four harrison ford movies. what would they be. Rich are re tweeting. Somebody who had blade runner the original not the sequel the fugitive which i remember just loving being the right age where i could go see it in the theater and feeling like i was.

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"But the the word is very positive on a movie called king richard. In which will. Smith plays the father of venus and serena williams who was basically you know their their Primary coach and support system even when they were coming out of a very poor part of florida and nobody was giving them. You know the time of day as as being You know time. It was just an unconventional way to professional tennis that they unconventional path that they took but apparently well smith is is out of this world in that movie and the movie itself script has been One of people have had on blacklist. Which is what they call the list of the best on produced screenplays. Now it's obviously being produced but I feel like you. And i are gonna end up. Yes crossing paths on now. And i look forward to that for sure as we say. Goodbye where are you off to next tuxedo. Monte carlo justin bieber. You're drinking rosa. Was george clooney sexy number one. What are we doing over there. Scott well you know. I hate to disappoint you but this is the first night in the entire fest of about a week. So far where. I don't have to really see a movie the evening which i'm okay with because as you know here if you go to an evening screening you do have to throw on the talks and after a week of doing that every night. I'm running out of appropriate clothing. And i'm i've you know probably happy to just take a nap tonight but i It is a treat severe always a thrill to be here. And i hope that hope that we both end up here at the same time. One of these. I love your coverage. And i know the high class problems like i got to put on a tuxedo again tonight. I just want to say no tell like. I can totally relate my friend i appreciate you taking some time. Especially late over there have fun. Appreciate it scott. Feinberg joins the show. The hollywood reporter a little taste of the rivera was happening across the pond at cannon and i always love film festivals because you get an early glimpse of what everybody's going to be talking about months from now. So look for the wes anderson movie as it hits theaters later this year. Coming up next..

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Check in with the great story lines around the games great fashion moments within the games. We had clinton yates on earlier. Does a wonderful job covering baseball for espn. And and he talks a lot about the fits. The guys wear things they do. Both on the field off that gets you emotionally connected to the game. I know you've heard a lot over the the show today yesterday. And i'm sure you'll continue if you if you join us tomorrow and the rest of the week here me reference. My father and being a big red sox fan and because that's really where my sports connection entry point relationship began was seeing him. Be such a die hard fan and i have one story in particular that i thought of last night while watching people go crazy trying to track down home. Run balls in the outfield anytime. There's a foul ball baseball game. That i'm at or a home run sitting anywhere near me. I don't want any piece of it. And i know i might be the weirdo. Because everyone goes. They bring their gloves. They runny tackle people. They jumped from the upper deck. I mean people will sacrifice a baby to go get a foul ball or a home run. I just do not understand it. Or a beer as radio board op art over there. Raider fan are we gotta come up with a cleaner nickname for your art. I stumbled through it every time. But you pointed out that yeah. You might lose a beer or a baby. Sometimes it's debatable. Which one's more important but people rescued off for a foul ball. And i never understood that and i think i think the reason why is because it goes back to an early memory. I have of falling in love with the game of baseball so my dad grew up in new york. City spends his whole life living there. They lifelong boston. Red sox fan in fact. He quotes a french philosopher by the name of blaise pass. Cow when asked why the quintessential new yorker is a red sox fan. He quotes this french philosopher. Who says the heart has reason that reason itself knows nothing about. It's a beautiful phrase that can be applied to many things in life. I'm a kid from new york city. My wife grew up in the mountains of utah. Somehow we met in the south of france at the cannes film festival. How did that happen. Could i could reason ever explains that. The woman of my dreams would come from the mountains of utah. And i'm a kid from new york city. No no it couldn't because the heart has reason that reason itself knows nothing about so. That's the foundation for my red sox for my father's red sox obsession and fanaticism. There was a moment. I was about nine or ten years old. Believe it was the summer of nineteen eighty nine or ninety The red sox had a manager. Joe morgan not the cincinnati reds. Joe morgan who had a hall of fame career who would go on and be a great broadcaster for espn for many years but morgan's magic. Joe morgan our joe morgan. As we affectionately referred to him in our household who was the manager of the red sox at this time and if you remember when he came came on board midway through the season gave them a jolt morgan's magic they went on a run of twenty eight games out of thirty or something and got them into the playoffs. In one thousand nine hundred eighty eight where they would ultimately lose jose canseco and the bash brothers. But just let you know. My father was very good friends with joe. Morgan who had played in the minor leagues for many years and Was big hockey fan as well and they're still close to this day but my dad was good friends with joe. Morgan the manager of the red sox so we would go to the games early for early hitting which is actually before batting practice batting practice. You get there about five thirty for a seven o'clock game grab a hot dog. You sit in the outfield. You watch the guys hit home runs. It's open to anybody with a ticket but early hating goes on around two three o'clock in the afternoon. So i'm at fenway ten years old. I'm the only person in the stands home runs are going. I'll say i'll go get that one and maybe a minute okay. There's another foul ball down the line. I'll get twenty thirty boss. Are you kidding me. That is a kid's dream. How lucky mine that. I was able to do that. Ten years old. Free rein. In fenway park. Running around shaggy fly balls watching the guys workout having a blast about three o'clock in the afternoon and then boom crack crack of the bat as tom. Brunelleschi out at the plate hits a line drive right into my stomach. Boom i fall down ten years old. Everyone stops what they're doing at fenway. Kidding me there's a ten year old up the left field line you know as you head towards the green monster. The foul line has that wall that tends to get higher as it makes. Its way i was right there. And i caught a line drive in the stomach. You could see the stitches of the ball on my chest. Dennis lamp jeff. Reardon roger clements all pitchers for the red sox at the time. Running wind sprints in the outfield. They stop what they're doing. Oh my god this ten year old just dropped is he. Dead very rushed over. It miss my spleen by half an inch if the ball had hit me in the face. I don't think i'd be here today. Doing this. radio show. we stopped. They give me some advice. He gives me the bats next thing you know. I'm getting ice packs. During the game. From joe morgan in the dugout between innings most fathers would take their ten year old son home after they were hitting the stomach. Maybe go get him an ice cream maybe to our real doctor hospital mindanao but father keeps his ten year old son. Who's just been hit in the stomach with a baseball at the red sox game 'til one thirty in the morning. The game goes fifteen innings. Jack clark kitson's third home. Run a a walk off in the fifteenth inning. At one thirty in the morning again most fathers would would have taken their ten year old son son home in the tenth inning or the eleventh inning even if they had not been impaled with a baseball in the stomach. But no this shows you. My dad's love the red sox news to say when my mother found out the next day what happened. It's the only time from their forty eight years of marriage forty nine or whatever it is now that i can remember them fighting having a true argument and my dad not having two feet to stand on and i remember back then thinking. Wow that is ridiculous fast. Forward ten years later. I'm gonna bar new york city. I see roger clemens. I go up introduced myself. He's a let me see your stomach. You still got the bruise from that bruno. Line drive so i think that's where my fear of line drives comes from and i see these folks on the home run derby last night going crazy for foul balls and runs a gift that away from me my father. The world's biggest red sox fan is scarred me for life when it comes to foul balls all right. We got him. Let's switch gears. Let's go from town old baseball stories to talking all things the cannes film festival with the hollywood reporter zone. Scott feinberg kind enough to call us from across the pond in france. Are you calling us in a tuxedo. Right now envision you on the cuisine heading to another premier. What's going on man. It's great to be with you and that was a great story Your dad and i have to say You you really. I don't know how many of your listeners appreciate. What a what a amazing lineage you have in journalism not just On the sports side of things. But i mean the the fact i mean even grandfather i studied and read about and all that so i am just connected all back to the movies. I mean it's a. It's it's really a cool story i appreciate. You got so much. And you're somebody who's coverage follow ravenously..

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Breaking down Kyler Murray-to-DeAndre Hopkins Hail Mary

ESPN Daily

03:24 min | 2 years ago

Breaking down Kyler Murray-to-DeAndre Hopkins Hail Mary

"Dominic. It is eleven twenty seven pm eastern. And i m almost done tattooing. Cuyler murray's name using a ballpoint pen across my chest. Go forward i'm with you. Want me wait why you finish your being supportive in a way. That bill barnwell. Why usually talk do right now. Isn't i think like he would be reasonable and discourage me from doing this. But you're a far less responsible character. It feels. I'm here for a good time now longtime just today's episode so i'm fumbled fox ready for sublime tattoo it. Let's have some drinks. Whatever you wanna do. Pablo dominique. Foxworth is a writer and commentator for. Espn he played seven seasons in the nfl at defensive back and he's espn dailies. fun uncle. Well what i wanted to do before we get hammered together is talk to you about this play. That is inspired all of this ink to be spill both across my chest and across the country. Because i think it's the play of the year. I think what we saw in this bills. Cardinals game is the play of the year. And it's worth noting for posterity that the bills had just one said gave right before it happened. Josh allen had thrown. I think the pass of his life to step on digs putting buffalo thirty to twenty six with just thirty nine seconds left. The snap man looks to his left. Choirs left side. Then go to the point steph. Both touchdowns catches a touchdown pass from josh allen. What cuyler murray then does rolling left. Let's hit pause as his bomb is launched from midfield in his dangling in the air. Because you are a cornerback in your blood in your soul. How do you even approach defending this sort of a play as db well. They did it wrong. Obviously they were all going for the ball which you don't necessarily want to do in that situation and trae white one of the best corn illegal that he was trying to catch it which any coastal tell you. Bet it down. So everyone's out there trying to pad their stats in the thing that i would normally do. Not ideology happens as a particularly big receivers but tall receivers will jump well over the arms can't catch a bomb like that with one hand if you do best one for you. So that's what they did wrong going for the ball in also trying to patch stats with an interception i. I was particularly happy towards the end of that game because on get up last week. I said that stefan digs is unstoppable. Man coverage way. You shut down passing offenses in this league. We all know it. It's tight man coverage you can't do that. Against stefan digs. He has been created the most explosive plays of any receiver in this league against man coverage. So he caught the game winning touchdown man coverage also said in that same segment the andrea hopkins is the best contested cats receiver in the league. He's one of the top receivers in a league in winning contestant catches so he can get open but the scary part about him is. It doesn't matter you put it anywhere his entity even if you're close to them you're buying he might bring it down and embarrassed boom so win for me. How about that back to back dubbed up.

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I'm glad you guys are battling is it a is it a one off or or is the banking back together permanently here it's only twenty okay the proper nomenclature is pop up get it together it's a pop up will you use in the back on the market I'm very excited about the very busy yes this is the knowledge before the show even started Domonique Foxworth hello Sir he decided he was gonna do that the Catholic left their name and not even if you can reserve need with their name okay that's how we roll so I want to shout all the voters who literally every week for like the last year to have like one rose and I am one of over one I don't know we were like okay guys like you know maybe I yeah I don't like you know what bang let's do it perfect week in America it's I'm excited about it for sure I will ask you Clinton when you were when you and dominates and I mean there were away from each other did you really understand the gravity of the of the show that you're hosting is one thing to just hold because you're on the schedule but you do understand the importance of all three of you be on the air every week all right so you know but the main reason why work is because a we and then be we dealt with each other yeah I'm saying like I'm not gonna act like I was you know always the funniest guys mark arguing like that but one of the things go about five who needed that I think will part of generation ESPN that's a lot to be real about who we are and being able to do that you know we can show format we can have a little fun just imagine our producers well you know like I mean I never thought I'd be able to do stuff like that network like this and talk about the things that we do but I knew that once he got the opportunity is going to be something that we need to take off with and luckily it worked out I mean I would just walk around campus specially looking for classes now you know freshman walk you don't have Clinton aides are buddy here on campus and hurt its yes can radio and ESPN absolutely one asking Clinton talked about a bunch of different stuff on our show today we began the show by playing Roger Goodell I'm curious you know a look at I was in the NFL locker rooms over the bears when the cabinet situation was happening the aftermath of that in the players made it very clear in what they were protesting for and it seems like the owners and the league office for the most part just weren't paying attention didn't want to listen you don't want to really an act any sort of change now Roger Goodell comes out yesterday says we finally hear you we know what you're saying do you believe him what would you make those comments I believe believes what he's saying and they're all fine but here's the issue apologies are not the same thing as only you know and that's what the NFL has to realize that it's not just about say I'm a bad I was like no you can't even mention Colin Kaepernick kneeling statement market Intel number two you have to understand is this is gonna be the only put the footage we found all of Cornell's everything to go back to operating as if there were no structural differences to begin with that's not how that works you know you've got to address it as more than just an apologies for certain things you have the reason why the pipeline to messed up in the NFL in terms of like coach you get knowing of the way because the K. two cornerbacks coach job if they can be all for the quarter they can't do that because you got a big that kind of stuff you know you can't hear a thing one we're sorry currently you didn't have to do any of this to begin with and that's the best solution for the family your you have to do is just stop methane protest not religious not political if not violent when do it okay we after the situation was nobody in football the item anymore but if you already did all you gotta do is back up and we're going to be themselves in fifth will be fine that's good news you just lose of all the since you've been in LA for short time but I know that you've been able to get a lay of the land all all reacting as far as the protesters would have stood out to you most about the Los Angeles versus being home in DC bars protest I'm really not that different from DC but the most recent riots in more that the most recent invited one occasional angel fell I think there's a certain element of people alive no I'm not trying to see through the burn and while we've had a crop of two things you had what happened in on set a modicum had would happen in Long Beach I don't have it all Barclays lifted had very issues but I don't know that in terms of what we need I don't know that until you know how it would have been enough nationally impact along with the felt the same way of the gate you know how to get it just because that was almost local in a certain way that was very important nationally but effectively the same way I did you turn on the TV now what happens in Los Angeles certainly hello but it's happening everywhere across the country I think that could be he he was the source of our rights as well and it took them all alone time to get back to what it's going to be and I'm only theorized because I don't feel like arguing about the point of contact I'm appointed is that things have gotten destroyed in both in the city that I'm calm that complement a living affect a lot of other people deal with it now on the ground is still a lot of activity or just you know trying to maintain trying to keep jobs I mean I keep in touch with all of them but out here in LA if some people don't some people don't want to keep oil over to start next month they're gonna have a Clinton Yates on ESPN radio the ESPN app Ross one Sirius XM channel eighty I know we're focused on what's going on in the world but you know we're also like you clean we're big baseball fans around the show good night love baseball love Major League Baseball of college baseball high school baseball youth baseball you name it I don't know man I'm not feeling great about what's going on between these two sides I mean where's your optimism that eventually a deal gets done in Major League Baseball resumes playing at some point this summer bomb sniffing plays a role players are sitting home on the couch certainly not a ballpark to this point when you get to meet the minor leagues and then you decide you're going to try to cut the already agreed to pay for the players and then you guys have played fifty games in the spring which is probably not gonna be the easiest thing physically because of one person gets injured once they're shutting down because you're not gonna take any extra risk anyway memorial competition problem in his taxi squad stuff which is just a whole lot of noise and yeah on top of that the rules are kind of weird for her to get her to play baseball I just to me I hate to say I can't believe I'm offended allowed only here twice today which is one of the things that did you know twenty twenty five is for the greater good of the game perhaps not necessarily the league but as far as we're concerned with the CBA everything else if you want a product that doesn't work well I didn't have to get jackknifed anyway for you put your players in so much respect is not worth it for the next season this is not a scenario in which I can see a clear path to be successful and I hate that but I was also at the last game to be played in the major leagues when they called the lead off in the second inning and then played the all nine innings of the game out of that you know so like I'm not really that company and how to handle a lot of stuff and I don't want you get what do you know why I love click Jake's ever told you I love could you you give me many reasons what's what's number one on top of the list okay well we're very alike in a lot of ways but then here's a man here on his Twitter I'm the best way better than death Dan revela never do it he's given you baseball cards he's giving you the vintage baseball cards of African Americans I will ask you Sir what was your favorite card she revealed on Twitter because there's a lot of them here media might okay after there's a lot of their users like picking it up picking random black baseball players in the eighties and nineties baseball cards is likely going to be my choice okay they're all right one in particular subject in south Miami Dade **** you're going to send me all these were the college together no one not likely to fit out in this particular set one PM like people is gonna feel that one of the Jerry curl in the league for awhile one of my favorite part about baseball card I'm if you look on the back you get all the information about the fund design project E. Barfield played in Knoxville Tennessee in nineteen eighty nineteen eighty one I'm pretty I gave birth to date shown in the Jerry curl in Tennessee I love these guys does your partials it's got no attention because there was George bell on that team all those big hitters in Toronto another great and there was just a bar for you yeah no it's fine I'm I'm a big fan of did the least mystery crowd waved in the wind in eighty four I remember that from him comma meaning there when we talk about this great okay your mom on Dr yes course who's coming out we got to go back to radio school there's something called a tease that I keep I mean unless there's another biker and I guess in a be all these text messages saying he's better even better he's better there's a thing a radio call the TCL let the people know what to expect on the show all of your favorites I'm back and I'm not just talking to me you know W. all right all right we'll be listing my Franklin thanks so much for give us some time but great you guys are bad guys who won the four tomorrow eastern standard Tom but I'm on the west coast so it'll be a a clean Yates closer the morning roast of the Clinton needed confines Tomic box worth you can hear that tomorrow one to four PM eastern on ESPN radio ESPN app.

Domonique Foxworth
"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Kick attentional rule change was discussed by Domonique Foxworth here is it goes to twenty one percent around twenty three percent it is what or down a bridge for the fifteen members rates have been since two thousand and one no problem with that is I suspect that it will go up once people realize that it'd be a part of the game they'll design place for it and it'll go up total match your point is valid it'll be more excited at the end of the game but to mark his point that makes the whole rest of the game a little less exciting because there's less pressure on you to build up the lead that you need to protect its played a before that what will matter less if we know that it's easier for you to come back to those big moments early in the game that we all get excited about because we know this one moment in the third quarter is going to be competitive when I asked maybe it will be the definitive maybe I'm a little bit because I know that we'll get that back on for them for the fifteen members are not ones that conversion later on in the game so I mean I understand the argument that I like I did because this person is way too low for onside kicks we need to figure out a way to make it better but I'm not sure that fifteen yards enough especially once often the coaches and referees frankly start to focus on this plane design plays that are meant to get you that god is good there are no plays in the playbook right now before the fifteenth look as if to satisfy you make eighteen maybe twenty if you want to get the sweet spot of like around twenty percent or eighteen twenty percent recovery okay fine but but I want to address but I don't even think you need to do that I want to address your point out what about the first three quarters you're cheapening the drama right know what you're doing is making points cheaper meeting you need to score more meaning that these powerfully head coaches who for decades and decades would give away twenty five percent of their of their possessions just to avoid a negative outcome on fourth down right you know it's been thirty six well let's you know we're going to we're going to we're going to pot why go for it okay now you have created conditions that incentivizing that incentivized running up that score no question about it because you need to build me because no lead is safe and in terms of market so well the best team doesn't always win basically that's your name should be doing what should have been doing the first three quarters right why why did you get out of jail free card robust debate between Max and Domonique Foxworth this morning on first take well we didn't play was back citing a number that I'm assuming it's true where he said right now under the current rules teams have a six percent chance of recovering an onside kick I mean more people land on the surface of the moon that recover onside kicks in the NFL these days for me I love this rule I love this proposal you think this wouldn't add insane drama to NFL games now does it hurt the team that's leading the game late in the game of course it does but does it keep fans in the seats.

Domonique Foxworth
"domonique foxworth" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Bruce Arians offense is going to be Byron Leftwich inspiring left which is their offense of coordinator Bruce Arians is going to hand the keys over to Byron Leftwich and then Byron Leftwich is going to hand the keys over to Tom Brady and Byron Leftwich we have to look into the prism of what he was as a player because that's often how culture learn is their experiences players as a player he was under a guy named Greg Olsen short pass game west coast as a players undergo like hue Jackson short passing game west coast bill Musgrave short passing game west coast ball distribution offense Byron Leftwich is gonna sit down time reading the Tom listen what do you want to do let's do what you want to do especially in the empty package greeny everyone you know you know what bursaries of violence which love to do didn't empty the but the book five offensive linemen five wide receivers and that the the quarterback make the decision with the football here's why I chose wrong Janus Winston struggled mightily in empty that's the bread and butter of their offense struggled mightily in and to one of the worst quarterbacks in the NFL you know who happens to be one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL in MT Tom Brady because you can figure out what the defense is doing get information and distribute the football talk show this offense is going to be maybe for Tom Brady in another thing you know what doesn't go away with age arm strength especially when you take care of it it's going to be plenty strong enough arch all right so hot and cold take on Brady to the box but Domonique Foxworth ease all in saw what Tom Brady look like when you get one good receiver he's gonna have to be receivers a very good defense that I'm sure will be relieved not to have to defend a short bill because the turnover this year I think there's this dive the limit for this team they could certainly win the NFC I'm not sure that they'll be the favorites necessarily but I would be surprised they win that division and end up facing password homes in the Super Bowl which will give us that that's a problem ironically or not I want to play but interestingly two of the best young Nader's in football Airbnb and Byron Leftwich Nanette straight talk wireless everything for less only mad.

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"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"domonique foxworth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"First nobody is saying that the trolls not a super team nobody is saying they're not nobody is saying they can't win the World Series we all know great it doesn't change your due date twenty seven she did nothing racist at first take your take from one to three eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN news this is will change the world is riding out the process even if Cincinnati Bengals have the number one overall pick in even if he is projected right now to be the top quarterback taken the draft doesn't mean you can count on being a Cincinnati Bengals what I mean is he doesn't need to say I definitely want to be a bagel all this match made in heaven I'm from Ohio Cincinnati's in Ohio home he doesn't know how this is going to go as much as anything he needs to keep the options open he might end up with another team because into this long process maybe just maybe it is in the world who ends up number one overall that means world in could be anybody's quarterback and you want to spend the last couple months saying how badly you want to be a Cincinnati Bengals no we'll change show he said three eastern on ESPN radio and on the ESPN app can we go all eyes are on the NFL and the newest version of the CBA the first take one that no player is allowed to play over sixteen games in the regular season you're basically telling team when the body has never been more important because you only get one for seven straight years you had to have to get to the Super Bowl usually just toss in one game a year absolutely not Domonique Foxworth and I was kind of advocating for getting to say no to this everyone kind of and then a couple years later the same guy three same thing happening but I understand there are guys who will have their careers can we go three days at six eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN two Joni is B. M. radio test loves a good state right what would it say one flight all the way we from the sound of your voice thank you who knows his way around the state many years in Vegas calling fights that is our specialty with this don't guides on ESPN radio on ESPN news back to simple week there's a lot of talk about.

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