35 Burst results for "Don Shula"

"don shula" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

Dancing with Bipolar

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"don shula" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

"At lakewood under ten minutes. Which is okay Again if guys haven't listened to rock. Bottom storytellers three. Check it out. I am the cherry spot on that and It's another wonderful story about where i just left. Good old running bear right again. What was the bear running from. What was the bear running to. We all know. But i'm not going to say because you know getting sued for libel is not really in the cards right now. So i don't know the i missed you all. I talked about the show towards the last end of my stay a lot. Because i was missing it so much and i miss you guys. Hope everybody's good. You know you guys can still send me an email at dancing. Bipolar dot com There's a contact form there. Anybody wants to do an interview. Hit me up. We'll get it all scheduled and stuff. And i'm really grateful to be back. I'm really grateful to be alive. So this is don shula's my podcast by polaroid and a. Hey let's all stay alive okay later..

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"don shula" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

Dancing with Bipolar

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"don shula" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

"At lakewood under ten minutes. Which is okay Again if guys haven't listened to rock. Bottom storytellers three. Check it out. I am the cherry spot on that and It's another wonderful story about where i just left. Good old running bear right again. What was the bear running from. What was the bear running to. We all know. But i'm not going to say because you know getting sued for libel is not really in the cards right now. So i don't know the i missed you all. I talked about the show towards the last end of my stay a lot. Because i was missing it so much and i miss you guys. Hope everybody's good. You know you guys can still send me an email at dancing. Bipolar dot com There's a contact form there. Anybody wants to do an interview. Hit me up. We'll get it all scheduled and stuff. And i'm really grateful to be back. I'm really grateful to be alive. So this is don shula's my podcast by polaroid and a. Hey let's all stay alive okay later..

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Interview with Lisa Niser on Financial Health for Employees

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

04:44 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Lisa Niser on Financial Health for Employees

"Is don shula pie trainer and businesses often ensure grew with when people thrive companies thrive i today my very very special guest is lisa. Nicer lisa nizer. Cpa firm antiquing taxes together. And what's funny. We had our whole peace. And i finally had to say this is good stuff. We have started the interviews so lisa. I really am beyond thrilled. That you are spending this time with me. Welcome thank you so much don and excited to share how can instill taxes into how companies work and and so. Let's let's go deeper into that because you guys hit pause or go to the next episode. Say oh the of nano you really need to listen because our stressor we under because of money and lisa. I know that you can talk probably much more about that. And with data and statistic and the real stuff than. I can't so go for it you know it's interesting for another event that i did. I did some research and it said that New graduates new like four times as much about how to use social media than about finances. But here's the thing you're interacting with not only taxes money every single day of your life like this is something that's really important and so i'm trying to well i am. I got succeeding at making taxes. Fun because if you're not scared by it you have power to make decisions that work for you and you know. That's what i'm out to do is to really just educate people on all those things that we should have learned but weren't And that's That's my life smash tell our listeners about some of that educational piece that you do around money. Taxes w. twos so right now i've done quite a bit on linked in Kind of known as the tax guru unlinked in there's not a lot of tax people on lengthened. I've learned And so i did a really series on things you think are tax deductible but aren't and then i just did wanna Know what all the boxes on your w to mean because honestly especially with direct deposit. Nobody even looks at the wgn. Like i've had people with the wrong draft with wrong states but there is a lot of information provided up on there that you can use to know where you're at Make good decisions. Take advantage of things that your employer is offering customers are listed on there that you may or may not be aware of sing with your stuff with a really encourage Pull it out. If you don't know about all those taxes go lincoln with me on late then and you can see literally gone through it because it's not just about the autumn line number on your tax return that refund least important number on the tax return. We can make that whenever you want. It's how much did you pay taxes. How much did you pay in state tax. You know what else you're paying social security medicare taxes. Those are big numbers. You should understand what's being taxed. If you can do anything to change that and how much it's up to i think especially even now like with the pandemic. I've been working with a lot of clients to do a a kind of pandemic budget. So i have a template where we literally like list out every category of over the years i developed this for my family and And i have original. And then i have revised while not only does your transportation change or food or clothing or your manicures but if your income goes down those tax numbers change substantially and getting those numbers right either through an online tax calculator or through. Hopefully working with an accountant. That may give you some peace of mind that yeah things are tough but they may not be as tough as you think they are. And i let you sleep at night. We did that for our own family. I mean it was pretty eye-opening how much is take out of your face abbott. You you might be eligible for credits or deductions that you worked before franken's now lower so yet until you look at all the moving pieces in work with someone. There's a lot of things that that might cause you stress the dope need to find that fastening the w. two employees

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"don shula" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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Legendary Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest

Bloomberg Opinion

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Legendary Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest

"Legendary Miami dolphins coach don Shula was laid to rest on Friday a private funeral mass took place of Miami beach at St Joseph's Catholic Church and was followed by a private afternoon burial service the family says there will be a public memorial in the future once the corona virus pandemic has eased Shuler passed away Monday at the age of ninety he remains the winningest coach in National Football League history and was inducted into the NFL hall of fame in nineteen ninety

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Legendary Miami Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest During Private Funeral

Bloomberg Law

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Legendary Miami Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest During Private Funeral

"Legendary Miami dolphins coach don Shula was laid to rest on Friday a private funeral mass took place at Miami beach's Saint Joseph's Catholic Church and was followed by a private afternoon burial service the family says there will be a public memorial in the future once the corona virus pandemic has eased Shuler passed away Monday at the age of ninety he remains the winningest coach in National Football League history and was inducted into the NFL hall of fame in nineteen ninety

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Legendary Miami Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest During Private Funeral

Todd Schnitt

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Legendary Miami Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest During Private Funeral

"Miami Miami dolphins dolphins coach coach don don Shula Shula was was laid laid to to rest rest today today at at a a private private service service the the family family says says there there will will be be a a public public memorial memorial in in the the future future once once the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic has has east east coach coach don don Shula Shula passed passed away away Monday Monday at at the the age age of of ninety

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Ohio Gov with sober comments about whether college football will return this Fall

The Sports Reporters

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio Gov with sober comments about whether college football will return this Fall

"Governor. Dewine who I think pretty sure. Ohio has the Ohio State University in there said did he is simply not sure that there is going to be college football or that. It's going to start on time. And this segue into conversation that Paul Finebaum and I had about how fans are obviously the lifeblood of any sport ballparks being full of people obviously enhances the experience football stadiums in the NFL. Being full of people enhances the experience. But to me those full stadiums. Mitch the Big House or any place that we wanNA talk about okay. That experience is essential to what college football has especially become over the last decade? Or so and I don't even know how you can possibly be planning a college football season if you don't know that you're going to have students back on on campuses by the first September.

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Bill Belichick issues statement on passing of Don Shula

The Sports Reporters

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Bill Belichick issues statement on passing of Don Shula

"Legend in Football Coaching Don Shula Passed away a few days back. And he was a remarkable guy. The length of time that he spent the sport Certainly warrants his hall of fame status But what's been very interesting in the last twenty four hours or so is The relationship between him and Bill Belichick was frosty. Shall we say frosty And you could see that in the comments that Bill Belichick made Bob. I Dunno using your backyard. Yeah about that. It did not escape anyone's attention that Bill Belichick's tribute to Don Shula Awas on the surface completely Appropriate from one an icon to another Was carefully worded. And it's in so far as he the two key aspects of his tribute ahead to do what he called him one of the all. I'm quoting one of the. All Time. Coaching figures in an NFL history and he was any lauded him for his. He said he was quote the standard for consistency and leadership unquote.

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"don shula" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

09:03 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Junior is going to be in better form after coming off of his injuries. And all of those things you know. Finally the Organization is aligned. They worked together well during the draft. I mean I would covered a draft the year. They drafted Corey. Coleman and with all like our super aligned. Hugh Jackson Paul De Pedestrian. And they were not aligned. It's one of those things where you're always like y know you you go into every year every player every coach thinking it. It's actually remarkable their ability to In the off season like absorb and then a spouse optimism like relentlessly and all these guys every single player. I'm in the best shape of my life. I'm bigger faster stronger than ever was before. I understand the playbook better than I ever have before. I'm a better coach than I was year. I'm a better trainer than I was your government better. Gm than it was a year ago. I I find it hard. I find it hard grabbing it optimism like that like. I can't the football season. I don't say with any confidence that I'm a better writer than I was the year before have you. This plays into our general pessimism. Connor true I you know maybe the the weeks I guess. Maybe we'll spend a week with you know someone who can help us with the reason. We're called the weak side and true. True but yeah. I don't know a hotel thing made me laugh. I think that browns are good one because while they're fans are cautiously optimistic. I think because they've been hurt so many times. The last two years in particular have placed an accelerated on that because of Baker. Mayfield having a glimmer glimmer of hope acquiring Odell Beckham. Now they supposedly fix the offensive line. But I I don't know who knows. Yeah WHO's years Connor? I'm going go to the cardinals I think I've heard from a lot of cardinals. Fans have been generally positive with my review of the cardinals off season. Although I did express a little bit of hesitancy with Isaiah Simmons you know we heard some events. Joseph's comments about not being able to utilize him the way that Clemson did. I kinda put a spotlight on that and a lot of cardinals. Who What are you doing? We we got this. We're going GONNA have a great defense. Everything's GonNa be awesome. I don't know you know. Deandre Hopkins is good Kyle. Murray is going to take a big step forward. I agree with all of that But just you know you got a guard yourself. You don't WanNa get hurt. That's all I'm saying. I want anybody to get hurt. You're checking them a little bit. I'm just saying hey guys stick a step back. That's all it's a tough division. Lots of competition It's hard to stand out in the NFC west. So I think that's a good pick connor. Just beware guys you know. Beware whenever you're Feelin froggy. It's always a good opportunity to just step back for a second and say this warranted. Do I feel really really good about this before you get the Tattoo? A lot of people are GONNA go out and get the Tattoo. The Tattoo shops opened up the the NFC champion Tattoo for the coming year. With all that stuff you know. Just take some time. Think about it. Consider this your war. Ning Oh perfect. Speaking of this right into the Oracle. Yeah so with the schedule. Release coming up. I think we both have kind of some nuggets on that closed the show. I will say that My team so every year. They're sort of that team. That has the hot off season And then stumbles into a hundred. Primetime Games. That you know it never ends up being a good situation. The browns were certainly one of those teams last year. Where on Monday night? Football were watching them. Whatever foreign seven try to amble their way through a game and you know the football and I think that based on this off season on you know. There's going to be a couple teams. We might get stuck with. I think that we have to be wary of. We might get a lot of prime time. Bengals with Joe Borough which is something to be wary of that. That's a little scary to me especially early in the season. If things aren't working out there we make it a lot of primetime titans which I think might get a little ugly after their run to the AFC championship game that team. I think might be in line for a little bit of a regression of sorts. And just based on you know the entire deal here. I think that we might be in line for some more. Prime time. Raiders. And that's always a concern for me as well so just in general just my friend is consensus. Plays off this well because I also agree. Connor there's always some oversaturation of certain teams. And I think that we can all agree that by mid season of the next. Nfl season so whenever that is maybe it's November twenty twenty. Maybe it's February twenty twenty one. Maybe it's October. Twenty twenty one whenever the middle part of the next season is we will all be bored of the Bucks. Yes no doubt. It's a little bit more of an Oracle because it's a prediction but I don't know I feel like it's a consensus like I feel like we're all just gonNA be like okay. It's cool that Tom Brady's playing somewhere else. But maybe maybe we don't need to see the bucks on prime time again. I saw Rob Gronkowski on the masked singer last night. Novas already sick of the buccaneers he. Oh the buccaneers of managed to penetrate my primetime television non-football television viewing. So that's already. They're already on my radar. Because of that. I don't need to be thinking about Tom. Brady and Rob Gronkowski. When I'm just a Nice Cup of tea at the end of the day you know what do you think the over under for Primetime Bucks Games is? There's probably there's probably actually over underclassmen set but we haven't definitely not four. Yeah I was GONNA say maybe five five so high. I don't know you do four and a half right all right. Four and a half. Yeah yeah it might be five right. They'll get one the weekend they'll have to get one. The opening we definitely will have on the opening weekend and then I don't know if there's any like classic Brady Revenge Games on their slate or anything like that like a brady rodgers or like a brady something like that. You know I mean the Brady Brady breeze. Obviously you know is going to be big right. that'll be a prime timer Off this is going to be a Yeah a lot of bucks we're GONNA have to. We're GONNA have to get used to it by then. Who knows you know what I mean? We could be talking about how amazing Chris. Godwin is progressing or something like sure we also could have been saying. Wow this is so fun to see the cream school uniforms but only a missed opportunity. Here I don't even WanNa talk about it. It makes me so upset. Offset that a little bit right. Yes you know. Maybe it's just you know. Maybe it's like a visceral certain colors. Just make you happy. Orange and white. Just you know it does it for me. That's all I think. Bruce Arians wearing a cream colored kangol would have been great a lot of missed opportunities a lot of missed opportunities. But that's that's what she gets. Sometimes you know and that's why we're here at the weakside podcast to make up for when other people let you down life. Were here twice a week every week but we better get a chargers night game so they can wear the navy ones with yes outline of the bolts right. That would look great. I think unfortunately they're going to be stuck in like Thursday night. Football Hell you know. Yeah probably but I said it's a see them me too. I'm high the chargers. We had someone replying last week on twitter. That said finally national podcast. That's high on the chargers I would say that accurately describes us. I think we're we are pro. We are a pro chargers pro dimes but not necessarily anti football podcast. So that's why we're learning about ourselves as we grow along you know that's that's all it is you know we're pessimist but there are some things where pro so on that note. Connor yes We'll see everybody next week. Lots of disgust. Then I'm sure but thank you for joining us. The monkey weakside podcast is me Jenny. Rentis and Connor or we are produced by shelby royston essays executive producer. Podcast is Scott Brody. Ben Eagle is director of editorial projects and product mark. Marievic is emeritus executive director of the Imam. Qb keep up with our entire lineup of PODCASTS..

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"don shula" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

14:14 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Maybe Connor all right moving on the topic to the red rifle has landed in Dallas for a job backing up quarterback Dak Prescott the nine year Bengals quarterback could not secure number one gig despite having been linked to both the Patriots and the Jaguars. Is this the last? We've seen of Dalton as starter or are there brighter days ahead? I think they're brighter. Days Ahead Fran Dalton and I don't know why but I was moved to write something for the site when he was kind of unceremoniously waved by the Bengals. I think we're all a little too hard on Andy Dalton over the last nine years firstly. It's not his fault that the bengals kept him as the starter for nine years and never looked for upgrade. It's not his fault that the organization it was never spent in free agency To help him and diversify the weapons that he had yes yet. Aj Green Tea. Geo Bernard and some of these guys but you know this was not a murderer's row on offense and it's you know. He was a second round pick. He was the fifth quarterback taken in the draft. They didn't move up and get anybody. They just sort of decided that he was the guy one day and I think you had a pretty good career. All Things considered in Cincinnati to the point. Where if you look at DVD A? Or qbr plus any of those things in two thousand fifteen. He was the third best quarterback in football like better than almost any other quarterback and football. So I don't know. I think that we should be nicer to Andy. Dalton that I think we are a collective group but we should also be nicer to everybody to. I agree with that Connor. He want a lot of games. He went to the playoffs. They were always in the mix for five straight years so I agree with that. I think this is an interesting move. It's a one year deal. He's of course from Texas. Perhaps this is just a one year stopover. I think it makes sense for both sides right. He has a home in the Dallas area. He he said T- talked to SPN and said that was a factor. And I think in these uncertain times you know. He didn't land anywhere whereas with an opportunity to win a starting job. Go back home where you already have established place to live your settled in in the Dallas area. So go back home. Spend this year as a backup. The cowboys get insurance For whatever the Dak Prescott situation is and You know I did a stunning stat about that Prescott. Though do you know that? He's third in consecutive. Starts among active quarterbacks really behind Philip rivers and Russell Wilson. Wow so it's not like he's you know a guy that you're thinking is missing games all the time because he has not Miss Games. That's really interesting. I got a laugh out of the I. I saw some people trying to drum this up as a tool to motivate Prescott to sign his franchise tender into you know perhaps agreed to a shorter term. Deal and I'll make a point on this quickly and then pivot back Dalton but anybody who thinks that Dak Prescott should not should accept less than being the highest paid quarterback in the. Nfl Does Not Watch football with regularity. Think he is a fantastic. He's one of the most efficient players in the league. He's had a great last two seasons. He's paired with a dynamic young offensive coordinator and every other middling quarterback has been able to reset the market for the last ten years. And there's zero reason why? Dak Prescott shouldn't have the chance to do that. He's just as good as Matt. Stafford when he was re upped or Derek Carr when he became the highest paid quarterback in the NFL or luck or any of these players. At least statistically as accomplished as any of these guys. So I think that's silly but I do think it's a good move and I always think it's a good move by any team. That wants to stockpile starting caliber quarterbacks because even if you never end up using Andy Dalton. He's a he's a tradable asset to. I mean there are teams. That might need him at some point before the deadline this year. Yeah I agree. I think we'll see him. Start Games again. I don't think it'll be well who knows that there will be a season. I don't think it'll be in this next. Nfl season. But I think we'll see him play again in the grand scheme of things like let's say we're sitting there in September Hopefully still taping the weak side podcasts. The the wildly critically acclaimed weakside podcast. And we still don't have football how we should go back and we should look back on this. A hot take debate between whether Andy Dalton will be in the future. Just how menial that seems in the grand scheme of things September you know. Can you believe back in? May We're arguing about Andy Dalton off. I read hey you know we know that. Shelby has the receipts for the show so at any point can hold us accountable for our takes. So he is he is he uses them judiciously all right topic three connor. Yeah Jaguars Dave Caldwell told pro. Football talk this week that the team is moving forward with Leonard Fournette. Despite some trade chatter formerly the number one number four pick for net stars fallen a bit northern Florida and it seems like the Jaguars were not blown away by an offer. It begs the question just in the grand scheme of things. What is going on in Jacksonville? Is this a rebuild? Is this tear down? Are they treading water? Like wh what? What would you describe their current situation as I really like? How you put it there. Connor a treading water. I think that's basically it for you. Know what I mean like but this team just to me feels like if you're bottoming out for Trevor Lawrence Great. I think that that is a viable business. Plan I would do that. He's that good. But if you're not like you you you upgraded it offensive coordinator you've got Jay Gruden who I think is maybe a top twelve offensive coordinator ten or twelve quarter. I think is really good at designing offenses Cam. Newton is stall on the market. You just let James Winston Go. Andy Dalton. You didn't make a run at him. You have good offensive line. I know I just. I don't understand what's going on there. Yeah I think. They're treading water because they have a general manager. That's been there since two thousand thirteen a head coach. That's been there since twenty seventeen and the side from the year in which they are one year away from the Super Bowl. Everything has or one win away from the Super Bowl. Everything has gone downhill so I think they're treading water because it's the safer thing to do than just saying yes. We are doing what the dolphins did in year. One of Brian Floors era. You know what the move is now. In a couple of years ago for SL wrote kind of the coaching survival handbook. Which is if you're a new head coach. It's all the list of the people that you blame in the things that you do. Generally before taking the blame on yourself or being fired but the general manager playbook Which we've seen in various forms from the embattled general manager playbook from Jason Light and Steve Time has been just take that big berry bond swing. And maybe it'll work out like I. I think Steve. I don't know how much trouble he was in but the cardinals had some bad years. There Josh Rosen. Pick didn't work out there to fire their head coach after one year. And so you just like if you draft a new quarterback you're almost buying yourself a new window of opportunity where it's like. Well you can't let go me now because hey this guy's developing and this is a new thing we're building and it's different than the old thing and I know how to do it. And if YOU JASON. Lights like we have Tom Brady. We can do this for the next two years. I don't know I'm I'm much more of an advocate for the wild swing for the fences. If you're an embattled general manager their coach Save Your Job. Playbook is really M. qb classic preachy. Say That honestly I mean we consult that all the time because it's just so spot on you know you got to pay attention you got to say you know. I'm going to get more involved in the opposite side of the ball. It's funny thought about that today. When speaking of the cardinals they were touting their fact that all of the players that they drafted in this year's draft class were team captains. And you know that is that is typically an in a battle general manager. Move Although Steve is not an embattled general manager but usually when you're sinking to the bottom of the boat you say well. We drafted all team. Captains were injecting the locker room with this with this solution of leadership and I know that's a common trope thing but not in the cardinals case because I feel like they're in pretty good grounds actually this year. All right no no. She wants. Who KNOWS WE'LL SRI move onto topic number four connor? Let's do it all right. The jets signed now thirty-seven-year-old running back Frank Gore Tobacco Levy on bell and be clubhouse leader Gore Sunday starting his college football career. This year has had a pretty remarkable career as a third round. Pick out of Miami is signing a signal that the jets are finally understanding what it takes to build some good vibes in the locker room. I think that's an interesting signing. This is really the first year I feel like of Adam geeses tenure last year there was the through the draft. The drama with Mike maccagnan right gaze wasn't shown on the videos and draft. Today they let go of cabinet after the draft. The team was built that spring under turmoil so then they bring in Joe Douglas and so this is their first chance to rebuild team with gas and Douglas. Working together so I think this signing really shows that somebody that gays coached in Miami obviously liked what he brought to the team. And you know bell is this. I don't think this will affect bells workload in any way. I think it's just as you described it. He's Gore's a clubhouse leader. He somebody that can teach the guys around him how to work and it's an important locker room ally for gays new building a culture. I feel like that's important taking it back to the twenty seven jets because this is what I was hoping you would do reno. We saw that Bart Scott Jim Leonard. Trevor Pryce all REX's guys from Baltimore. He steadily brought them up to New York. To first and foremost run. The Defensive Scheme which was complicated clearly saw the value of having those guys there because when he went to buffalo they were not able to run the same defensive scheme because they didn't have those guys who are knowledgeable and but also to be there his guys in the locker room and I think. That's what Gore's I think you and I witnessed the last true great clubhouse skies for the jets who I mean. We covered the last to play the last two times that they were in the playoffs right. I don't think they've gone since then. Correct that's correct. Yeah you covered Thomas Jones right for a season. I Miss Thomas Joe Thomas Jones Ladainian Tomlinson You know I think was another one. That really comes to mind. There were some Jericho. Khatri was a great clubhouse guy at the time. I mean the jets really understood that and I feel like at least just keeping an eye on them for a little bit more of an outside perspective. They haven't had a lot of that since then that that real kind of ingrained presence like someone like Frank Gore Yeah. I think it's really smart. Move for all of those reasons and it's wild that his son is beginning college football that amazing for running back into running back. That came in with all of these injury question marks to to last this long. It's just truly remarkable. One of my favorite frank or stories before the two thousand eleven. I think it was When the when they lost the giants in the In the NFC championship game the air that they went to the Super Bowl someone asked Frank Gore if he was seven years into the league by then if he could name every running back that was drafted ahead of them and without hesitation just ripped into it like there was like a list like eleven is long and he just he named every single one of them in like five seconds and super driven. Dude you know not the guy that always comes out in his loud and raw rar or anything but just a super driven guy you know. Yeah Yeah I. That's a great story. I love when guys can recite all of the I think I would not be able to retain my memory. You don't have a list of of ledger interns before you or sounds like your Mike. Connor no comment all right topic number five. The draft has led to the typical outpouring of confidence from all thirty two fan bases across the league. Some warranted some not but which fan base in particular do you feel has gotten the foggiest over the past week? And should they be careful? Frog careful should the. Yeah I mean you should always be careful. When your feeling froggy feeling froggy for anyone? Who doesn't know? This is kind of the lingo that Jenny. Use Me more up on a lot of the latest terms. And so you you guys might not be in. That's fine you know. You're feeling very overconfident. Your peacocking a little bit and so I've noticed that when you're doing draft grades or any of this stuff where you're being critical of the NFL on a wide scale. There certain fan base that you just hear a little bit more chatter from after they have a good draft in there just feeling a little fortified so I don't know it. Does anything come to mind for you in particular? My answer is the same answer as every year at this time is the browns. We have a new regime. Reason for optimism. Kevin Stefanski will be the one to unlock Baker Mayfield's potential. I think list like this would be remiss if one of US didn't take the browns conner because this feels like every year at this time we're saying the same thing and Odell Beckham..

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"don shula" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"I would urge anybody to go back and to read that piece as well that that Jenny did. It was spectacular. And thanks to Jenny who? I don't know if you remember this but back when I was working at. Nfl DOT COM. Because you got to talk to Don Schule you got hookup for Don Shula. First story when his son was the offensive coordinator for the Panthers and the Super Bowl so That was fun. I got to spend a little bit of time with him on the phone. So thanks for that Jenny. Yeah happy to help. I do remember that Conrad Forgotten until you just mentioned it so very cool So we got a lot to get to today. Interestingly enough so we're taping this on Wednesday about two o'clock in the afternoon so if something happens right after that Forgive us but I'll start with the first news topic Janina meager to hear your thoughts on this the NFL release schedule later today. Occupying yet another isolated piece of prime time real estate to assure fans at all is well in normal behind the scenes though it is difficult to imagine they are not preparing for feature that a look quite different within the sunny landscape there currently painting. What do you make of a schedule? Release amid the pandemic and why does the NFL feel confident? Enough to trotted out now. Yeah great questions Connor. It seems this has been their approach. The whole off season is to continue as if we are going to have a season in twenty twenty that will be on time and to go through the normal checkpoints of the off season So that's what they've done to this point that's what they're doing with the scheduled release It's slightly delayed this year but not much And so they'll put out a schedule that we have no idea F. It'll be played according to that plan. It's so funny. Because when we're beat writers connor you remember. They released the schedule. And you would have to immediately book your travel because that fans in the city especially like if you had a game in New Orleans or the jets always play in Miami of course but you know it was like December game in Miami. You knew that a lot of jets fans would probably be going down or so. You had to kind of re rushed to book your travel this year. No one's booking travel I don't think know. How could you be sure? But so? Yeah I mean of course the interesting part is going to be how they constructed. What parts of the schedule will be collapsible? Of course the interconference games would be the first ones to go or the easiest ones to go in terms of if you had a condensed schedule. Sixteen to twelve which I think it's hard to imagine. There's a full sixteen game season Connor. I do too quick aside. What was your favorite schedule? Release Story as a beat writer. Like the best like hit. You got on schedule when you were covering the team like you saw that. And you're like yes. This is going to be great. That's a great question connor while you're thinking about it if that helps okay yes go forth so twenty twelve or twenty thirteen jets one of those two years or no. I'm sorry Twenty thirteen giants was the year that I was covering the team or was it twenty fourteen. Yeah Tony Thirteen giants 2013. Thirteen giants San Diego December. And then there was nobody at the Coronado Island Marriott. Oh and like like got like an amazing rate for that hotel which is like a just a beautiful waterfront Marriott in late December and beaten up throughout the entire season. You're just mentally exhausted in that trip was like just going for a walk. Run along the Pacific Ocean and like wow. That was that was a game changer back. Then that's a great one. I thought of one. Connor the twenty twelve giants. They played and San Francisco my birthday weekend so my sister joined me and so it was a fun opportunity. I had only been to the bay area. I think once before to cover rutger's women's basketball played in the NCAA tournament there at Stanford. But this was my first time really getting to explore. San Francisco's you went to the bay bridge. We ate at slanted door. You know all of the typical things that people do. I still have yet to eat there in every time I go. It's just like I just miss it and I'm like I feel like I've missed the boat on it a little bit because it's hard for restaurants to maintain that consistency for ten years. You know what I mean. Yeah I mean I will say that it was good. It wasn't like a life changing experience. It wasn't like French. Laundry was that a life changing experience. Yeah French laundry was. I was lucky to go. One time I saved up money for it. It was when the Super Bowl was in San Francisco is like the Post Super Bowl treat. You know get there a long season Up TO NAPA with a couple friends and we were able to get reservations somehow and so that was I would say like okay. That's like a top five meal I don't would put slanted doors a top five deal but it really is sports writer popular thing. It's like everyone's like Oh yeah. Did you book slanted door like Seattle. Did you Book Wild Ginger? And it's like okay like all of these things are fine. I will say wild. Ginger might be up there in Seattle as like a top ten. That might be like ten for me in terms of top ten meals but I read something interesting and I promise I will get back on course in a second but that Sometimes that we strive so much to get the quality of meal to line up with the prestige of the restaurant and that I think it was in best American food writing this past year which I've been reading a lot of during the rally I love it. Yeah and this well-known food writer had advocated for Like just stripping all the pretenses from every meal and how. He had the best meal of his life at a diner adjacent to a best western that he was staying at actually four a food writers convention. It's everybody was at these hip l. a. restaurants in all these places and he's like you know. I got a grilled chicken sandwich at this diner and honestly it was the best meal ever had in my life so I think it's interesting like sometimes you don't know and I don't know I. I've had some of the best meals in my life on the road but sometimes you don't do. Yeah that's a great example. Connor so I don't know I mean it is weird to me just like it's weird for us to talk about the draft into project these players out and everything when we don't know when this is GonNa Happen. This is weird or because it involves travel. It involves events It involves you know municipalities cities states. All these different forms of government. This does not feel like the right time to be that in and I know what the reaction is going to be to us saying this right as you guys didn't want the draft to happen either yet. No we didn't But so our opinion is unchanged but especially now like there are places who are still struggling to get medical supplies testing kits like y flood zone here a little bit and and causing extra stressor on a municipality a city a state government. I don't know I mean it just feels the whole thing feels like the timing is just not right right now there are also a lot of unknowns to one of them being role the La in Las Vegas stadiums be completed. So how does that affect the scheduling? Different areas of the country may open up at different times and I think it would be unfair to affect the schedule accordingly. Right say okay. This state is slower to open up. So we're going to work around that I feel like that's a dangerous road to go down where you're making adjustments based on certain states opening before other states and I I also saw Peter King Road in his column. He had an estimate of how many tests would have to be given out during a two hundred thousand tests. I think the number that he cited. That's a lot of tests like we have to make sure that that availability of tests like to me. That's the biggest question is if the there is going to be a season. It's certainly going to be reliant on regular testing and will the testing inventory be widespread enough. Certainly the pace needs to pick up from where we are now so I think that's the biggest hurdle I also saw that Dolphins President. Tom Garfinkel was talking about potential ways. You know. Reduce the number of fans in the stadium fifteen thousand spaces between seats and then you know you dismiss like you would in church where one pugh goes out of time. So they're they're really thinking through a lot of different options here and you could argue that yes. They have a lot of time. Just think these things through by the amount of just there's a reason that the NFL schedule released April or May is because there's a lot of logistical planning. That's necessary and so you know in a normal year right so I think Not really being able to move forward with those things at this point in time. We'll create some challenges. Yeah I just I I can't see it right now but again. Maybe I'm a pessimist naturally But I I just don't know I. It's hard for me to envision. Anything right now in bars in Ireland are closed until the end of August. And I think if that's any indicator of how seriously any places taking social distancing than you know I just don't I don't know you know what I love the world to snap. It's fingers and get back to normal. Yes and is this a time? I think we're we're living through. That is fascinating in that. The information is coming so fast and furious that you know for example. We took our daughter to go see my parents and my wife's parents this past weekend because everyone had been safe in social distancing for a long period of time and we felt it was pretty safe. You know there was no outside stressors and so and we're still going to maintain our six feet distance. You're going to be outside all that stuff But Right before we left. I read this article that said Great News. Grandparents can hug their grandkids again. You can't get it from kids. Old People can't get it from little kids. World Health Organization said this I think I read it in the associated. Press when we got back. There was an article on. Cnn said that they could get it from. You know what I mean. We're living through this time where it's like. We don't know what the right answer. All we can do is trust the scientists that people who know what they're talking about in those are the people who are saying that we're not gonNA have sports this year. You know and so. That's that's the uniqueness and that's the difficulty I think in living through this particular well connor. We both do trend a little bit pessimistic but as my dad likes to say at least you're consistent. That's right. He would always say about in like my parents. Were pretty tough on schoolwork growing up so we had like a task made be quizzing us and we'd miss questioned. We'd miss a second one. My Dad would say well Jenny. At least you're consistent you're zero for you. Got both of them wrong. That's a sneaky like You know in his own way sneaky. Positively thing though right I mean. There's like a way of around like a cognitive tool there. I think Dr Renta's had going for him..

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"don shula" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Episode two this week of the side. Podcast is back Jenny. I'm connor or and we're coming to you Starting to show talking about the passing of a great. Nfl Legend Miami Dolphins head coach Don Shula. Who passed away this week at the age of ninety the winningest head coach in? Nfl history. Jenny I want to bring you in right away on this because back in twenty thirteen for the Cuban sports illustrated you got to spend some time with Don Shula and just wrote a fantastic piece and I don't know what are your some of your recollections from that time and What what where did your mind go? I guess when you when you heard the unfortunate news this week yeah that was actually my first assignment for the QB Connor. I went to Miami and may twenty thirteen and the idea was to give a picture of what Don Shula's life was like in the twilight of his life and he and his wife. Marianne were so gracious. And kind you know. When he was a coach there was this he had this or of being such a hard ass right and he would you know he wasn't afraid to stand up for things or spar with the media tough on his players he was. He was tough as a player as well when he plays as a cornerback in the NFL once he broke his jaw and they went out for dinner that night and he figured I won't Order Steak. I'll just order ground beef. He didn't know that his jaw was broken but he something didn't feel right and then when he couldn't even to the ground beef he realized that he had broken his job but in the twilight of his life he was really a lot softer. I remember his son. Dave said his father was never one to listen to music but he'd catch him listening to songs in the car I asked what kind of music would listen to. And Son said songs of his era you know like the sound of music soundtrack which gives me a good laugh because I think we can all relate to ageing relatives in our lives But yeah he had had a health scare in twenty eleven. He had a blood clot. That broke out broke off of somewhere in his leg and shop through his circulatory system. And after that he was really physically diminished lost. A lot of his energy needed a scooter to get around. You probably saw him in the scooter. Any public event. He went to his final years of his life. He was always writing that motorized scooter but was really remarkable. Was His long term memory. As you often hear the short term memory goes but as long term memory was a sharp as ever so just sitting in a chair with him in this beautiful home. You could see the skyline of Miami across Biscayne Bay and just listening to him. Reminisce for four hours or so. It was pretty remarkable and they were just a couple of highlights. I went back and looked at the conversation because at the time seeing the physical condition that he was in. You didn't know if that might be your last interview or your last interaction. Right and he. He was really strong. You know he even after that scare in two twenty eleven you know he was he was strong too to keep going and you know keep interacting with us. Children and Grand Children. Great grandchildren former players. He loved all of them. So but yeah it was sad to hear of the passing ninety and so I look back at some highlights that conversation. I asked him what his favorite football play was. He said if I had to pick one play. I think my favorite play would be a simple hand off to a big bruising. Fullback by the name of Larry's Donka. He gave a green account of when they drafted Marino and they were surprised that he was still on the board that he slid to them. And one of their defensive coaches said no we need this defensive lineman. He didn't specify which one and Shula said. No we need Marino so took then and you know obviously the rest of his history from there. He talked a lot about one of the things that he's known for which is just winning with whatever he had so Marino's probably the best pure passer to ever play the game so when they had marina they passed but when they had bob greasy they ran the ball and if they pass eight or ten times in a game that was a lot and So hearing those memories was was pretty remarkable and then one of the last things we talked about was does he think he was the greatest coach of all time. And what's interesting about? Shula is he wouldn't directly answer the question but you could see the fire. Come through at certain points in our conversation like when the eighty five bears came up he really lit up said. Sometimes the eighty five bears get the nod as the best team of all time and he said the eighty five bears. I think they lost one game. That year didn't they force was to the dolphins. He's had thirty three thirty three points at halftime against that eighty five bear seen so very fiery and I think he really. I think the credit for those dolphins teams for the perfect team for being the winningest. Coach was important to him but later in his life I don't think it it defined him right. He often the little bit so he the way he answered the question was he kind of. He answered it without directly answering it. You know he said what I'm going to say is this when two teams play each other one team wins and one team loses the team. That wins is the better team at the end of the year. You have a record and if your record is good enough to get you into the playoffs and if you win the Super Bowl you are the best team that year over a period of time over your coaching career. If you win the most games you should be given credit for winning the most game so I said okay like is that a yes and he said. Is that how you decipher it? So it was. It was a memorable conversation and I. I really enjoyed it. I mean it was lucky that that was my first assignment for sports illustrated Mac. Ganja was the editor on that story. And really I also remember that experience for really taught me how to write an essay MAG story I mean he really gave me a a thorough at it and really sort of explain the difference between writing for newspapers and writing for a magazine style. So I remember that experience the for a lot of reasons and it was definitely a memorable one. I also saw this week something. I didn't know and Christine Brennan for USA. Today wrote about how he don Shula Women in the locker room before it was mandated by the NFL. He basically told his players. You will wear a robe in the locker room because men are coming in and women are coming in and they're both going to interview you and you're going to treat both of them with respect and he's she said one time she wrote in her column that he he came up behind her and kind of tap on the elbow and she was in the middle of an interview. So she's kind of annoyed then she turned around and realize that Shula and he was just checking to make sure everything was going. Ok that everything was professional and I thought that was really remarkable. Story actually wish. I knew that when I had interviewed him but it it really comes through because I was taking one of the things I really took. Note of was the respect in which he interacted with everybody around him at here. I was like I don't know in my late twenties winningest coach in the NFL. He doesn't know me. He could have been dismissive. He didn't have to be generous with this time. I was asking him about his health and this period of his life. Which certainly wasn't the most exciting period of his life right. No one likes to the effects of aging can be hard. I guess but he was so gracious with all the questions. And so yeah. I think that really was the picture that I got up and later in life and I'm glad to have had that experience you know what amazed me about Don Shula to as I heard that a lot of people about this week was the mental stamina and for anybody that does a hard chaotic job. Where there's a lot of mental highs and lows? It's incredible that he did for as well as he did for as long as he did. I mean there there are a lot of NFL coaches that burn out super quickly. You know And deal with that mental fatigue and exhaustion. And you know it's not just unique to coaches. That's anybody who has to use. Their brain overdrive You know in a creative way or or anything you know in a physical way in. It's incredible to me that he kept such an even Keel. He kept that drive alive for as long as he did. Yeah and it was interesting things that he wasn't satisfied necessarily with the way things ended right and when he was done coaching in Miami. He told his wife. I don't want any of the game plans. Just throw them away. I don't want them anywhere near me. And she saved them called them all away there in cabinets in his home except for the seventy two season. That is in a safe but so you know being there at his house. You could see the cabinets full of the game plans for the the winningest coach in. Nfl history is pretty remarkable. Also to see how things evolved over time you know hand-drawn to some with computer assistance and It's really a time capsule. The other thing that I remembered was that Marianne said they had a fortieth anniversary for the seventy two team so that would have been the year before I had visited. I think it was the fall of two thousand twelve and she said he talked about that for months ahead of time and was still talking about it for months after those players on that team were like his children and that was such a special memory for him so he didn't get to go to the fiftieth anniversary of the seventy two team. But you know he passes with that record. No other team is matched a perfect season. No other coaches as many wins. Pitas and think that's pretty remarkable especially given that we saw bell check went through in two thousand seven with that team and I still think that that is such an unbelievable mark. A bar for coach to reach. And you know what whatever you WanNa factor him into the discussion of the greatest head coach of all time. You know whether you prioritize super bowls or anything else. I think the lay fan has such a hard time understanding the mental gymnastics. That takes a coach to be able to get a team through a perfect season like that. Yeah the pressure that's on you the stress and there were so many good teams in the seventies. The steelers the raiders. That was not an easy era to win in. Yeah yeah very very cool that You know we got to be able to hear your recollections..

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"don shula" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on KTOK

"Don Shula who won the most games of any NFL coach led the Miami Dolphins to the only perfect season in league history died yesterday at his home he team said he was ninety years old sure surpassed George palace's league record three hundred twenty four victories back in nineteen ninety three he retired following the nineteen ninety five season with three hundred forty seven wins and was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in nineteen ninety seven Schuler appeared in six super bowls and reached the playoffs in four decades coaching three hall of fame quarterbacks Johnny unite is Bob greasy and Dan Marino the NFL will release its regular season schedule on Thursday night the league announcing that as it continued conducting business mostly as usual amid the corona virus pandemic thus far the league has not announced any major changes to its schedule as a result of the pandemic which is brought most organized sports around the globe to a halt that's sports on September don Shula who won the most games of any NFL coach led the Miami Dolphins to the only perfect season in league history died yesterday at his home he team said he was ninety years old sure surpassed George palace's league record three hundred twenty four victories back in nineteen ninety three he retired following the nineteen ninety five season with three hundred forty seven wins and was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in nineteen ninety seven Schuler appeared in six super bowls and reached the playoffs in four decades coaching three hall of fame quarterbacks Johnny unite is Bob greasy and Dan Marino the NFL will release its regular season schedule on Thursday night the league announcing that as it continued conducting business mostly as usual amid the corona virus pandemic thus far the league has not announced any major changes to its schedule as a result of the pandemic which is brought most organized sports around the globe to a halt that's sports on September don Shula who won the most games of any NFL coach led the Miami Dolphins to the only perfect season in league history died yesterday at his home he team said he was ninety years old sure surpassed George palace's league record three hundred twenty four victories back in nineteen ninety three he retired following the nineteen ninety five season with three hundred forty seven wins and was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in nineteen ninety seven Schuler appeared in six super bowls and reached the playoffs in four decades coaching three hall of fame quarterbacks Johnny unite is Bob greasy and Dan Marino the NFL will release its regular season schedule on Thursday night the league announcing that as it continued conducting business mostly as usual amid the corona virus pandemic thus far the league has not announced any major changes to its schedule as a result of the pandemic which is brought most organized sports around the globe to a halt that's sports on September four.

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"don shula" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

13:33 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Radio one F. as one Brian **** is going to be joining us the Super Bowl champ the multiple time pro bowler talk about a rare distinction he played under Parcells ballot check in the late don Shula ensure had great impact on him because the last year's don Shula coach in the NFL which is over two decades ago twenty five years ago Brian **** was coming into the NFL is don Shula was exiting the NFL's we'll talk to Brian talks about that a J. A. Adande was on earlier I just love having him on former reporter for the LA times and the Chicago sun times covered MJ and Kobe you know he said something during it Michael he defended Michael Jordan on not taking a political stance and he said would it have mattered and this is always been my take away to the people in my profession I'm like who are you trying to you have no influence on sports forget politics I have a massive audience I don't it's debatable if I have any influence in sports you think I have influence on politics and people go well celebrities in Hollywood give out endorsements and they mean nothing how do I know that because none of them indoors Joe Biden and they all hate trump and that you're running for president they all back Bernie and Elizabeth Warren it bad all roar get mayor Pete they all added dollars but none of them were Joe Biden fans because he wasn't cool and let he wasn't trendy he's old and forgetful and comfortable and not cool and he's running for president so the the idea Hollywood endorsements and they're generally way more politically engaged in sports casters Hollywood endorsements mean nothing sports and I've seen people torpedo their careers in my field with political stuff it Michael Jordan's like what's the win what what so we don't miss the idea of lebron in Ohio had no impact endorsed Hillary she lost so I mean if lebron James Ohio can't have impact boy that tells you something right people have made their minds up in America conservatives watch fox liberals watch MSNBC people you can't change people's minds anymore you really can't so I I mean even reasonable people that we've all made up our mind you like trump or not you're not going to somebody that doesn't like it was not gonna like him like it's over if you're if you've already made your mind up on trump your edit or out and you're not gonna move any of those people I always consider myself to be an independent and I've already made my mind up he wears me out okay joy Taylor's joining me so I thought J. R. Dante I offered this perspective kind of defending Michael which is Michael made a decision I'll give you money I'll give you I'll give you a donation which can really help a candidate but I'm not going to publicly put myself out there Bob was a job that was okay with that like that's in my business chasing what looks very political I'm not I'm going to okay but but you know what is local like politics clay Travis like politics right I'm not a known as much I mean I am but I don't see the value of me going out and telling you four against him over your did your vote I'm not going to boost your who am I to tell you who to vote for that's not how I roll out Brian **** you guys give me an update he there all rights are you ready just Super Bowl champ three time pro bowler had the distinction of playing for don Shula bill Parcells and bill Belichick so we just start with this Brian first of all I love having you wanna love talking to you we Misha give me it don show if I said what was the impact as he was leaving coaching as you were in the NFL what was his primary impact for you going forward I'd have to say Colin I have to say probably trust commitment HM I'd probably say probably the probably the biggest thing about takeaway was his patience with me they have a top player to to deal with his patience and his love for me probably allow me to trust coaches and people move forward more than anything that's interesting so you saw yourself is difficult and when you say he trusted you did he did you want to know you did he was it more than just coaching yeah yeah apple okay let my name be in he retired when when I was living out in California he came out there to open up the seasons fifty two out there you call divided my wife and I we went over there so I'd see him in places and stuff and he had a love for me and I have a love for him but what I've what I've what I mean when I say Haitians is is both times when our calls to learn though was over E. motional and had to go to his office to see him he would later took me pretty pretty good but at the end of all of those meetings he would always in work I love you must figure out a way to get a win this week and that would that that some that stay with me the patience that he has the the ability to change and not get overly emotional when you look at coaches in this day and age this error you look at cultures that run players out of out of town because they can't handle eight years old so the sort of I think it probably hurts to their team yeah and I'll say that when you look at OBJ's when charmer and that regime random out of New York not only did you lose a good receiver that hurts your chances of winning but you're took a quarter of a locker room that could help you in like if if coach you will want to do that to me I think it was the head of a real negative affects almost three should do when you look at Adam games when he was in Miami he got rid of July they got rid of all those players like you gotta be able to deal with brought me here and be able to get them to buy to the team concept love best about appreciate most about coaching you know it's funny because when you're talking about that and I I think about bill Parcells who was kind of a legendary psychologist did you ever see similarities with Shula and pop Parcells at all well I'll try not to hurt anybody and you know that's a lesson learned from poor sales but at the end of it plant flow Parcells Belichick and she will how do you define greatness they're all great how do you how do you compare our greatness the great and when you think about dogs who led the cold here to move the sleeve of them thirty three years crazy right during hall of fame quarterback most people get a cold one whole wall but bring I don't remember a whole afraid players are they in the med was a better man than he was a coach and when you talk about his coaching ability is monumental yeah that's why I love hearing that Brian **** by the way is always a great guest on any of our foxsports shows you know it it's as we battle this virus it's been it's been interesting the draft was a phone businesses doing business free agency and I look at all of this and how we're adapting and I've said Brian I think this is going to be a year where veteran players veteran coaches people who are good at adapting are gonna have a huge edge you when you look going forward no O. T. A.'s perhaps a smaller pre season that feels like a veteran team with a veteran quarterback or even in the homes read the been together three years does it feel like to you that'll be a significant edge this year well I I think there's always significant is because even though we're in eighties now where we have to use technology in the past it's been the team's there's been a bit toward adapt and change things that didn't work in in pools and better things in the system that's always been able to win so the best coaches this won't say is the best coaches and the best managers of teams will still be successful Brian **** is joining us so your take away when Green Bay drafted a quarterback in the first round Aaron is older and has had injuries and Green Bay has a history of drafting the next quarterback way in advance that said I would get if Aaron Rodgers didn't love it I'm not gonna ask you to guess what Aaron Rodgers thought but were you okay with Green Bay in the first round using that pick for Jordan love absolutely I'm okay with it I think at the end of the day when you were when you are an organization all right you have to do what's best for you and when you look at it the former R. Rogers stand okay this is what they did to Brett fall when they brought me here okay I'm a competitor great I got a job to do hi I have a long let me go out and do the best job that I can add to the ability now selflessly you wish did okay with their first round they would drop to somebody that can help me we have right now but at the end of the day it's a business and if they can let Tom Brady lied knowingly they deliberate fall believe Green Bay they can do appear to buy they close Montella lease services go into but it can be gone so when you look at it from that standpoint the team that was best for them the best thing that Rogers can do is go out there and play well it may be whole Jordan lowball bids for the next war five years were you ever on a team that drafted a linebacker and the messaging was Hey Brian this guy could replace you I think you're right well when you brought it up better than they are I mean that was the way I thought in you know for better or worse my emotion wouldn't allow me to think that somebody was better than the it was like this is my building just allow you to play this is just the way we going in and and that monster battle words get me always most know it yeah I can say that now because I'm not sure but when you're in that storm you don't see that you're just I'm I'm just angry all of the angry man I was the angry black real because I've never wanted to go back to where I came from that's really fascinating while I'm watching the last dance and the Michael Jordan documentary and you don't Michael the for whatever reasons was a relentless and maybe it's because he was overlooked in high school but I think sometimes people want Michael to change and he's doubled down Isaiah he's doubled down on the gambling he's doubled down on Republicans buy sneakers too he's doubled down on criticism of Jerry Krause and we're trying to change my clothes I'm like well this is Michael is it's funny that you acknowledge I was kind of a I was kind of an angry guy but I would argue Brian that's your jet fuel you're not the same guy without that are you no you're not but that that that for many years I tried to figure out what was that you know I was angry but I was angry because I never wanted to go back into a situation that raise my kids the way I was raised and I was planned out of here the service will use the fear of not being adequate enough yeah and it took me years nothing maybe within the last five years I just recognized it was if I had someone to come up to me that was able to say okay brown this is how we will deal with that this is what it is you know I I I had to do with it mall because people were afraid to talk to me and so I hope this does not understand Michael's it's because that's what makes you great but it also off the field opens you up to criticism did you if I can did you go to get therapy or something how did you solve the riddle how did you do it well I did get better we are at a doctor in Houston when I was livid Houston did a wonderful job and obviously some of the people but that that all came through a failure and I didn't realize I always thought like I was just mean and tough you know people say this guy's crazy will grow but when it all comes down when it all bowls you you have to go to the room called the root problem and I was scared to yeah not be adequate enough to not be good enough father the good enough provided the take care of my kids and that's what the whole foundation by your work yeah I just I love when people can just open up about stuff like that Brian **** is joining us for the record you're in New England a few years shocked Brady laughed I kind of was were you no no I think you've been in the book in the mix for about six or seven years I think that that that bill Belichick thought Tom Brady was done for five years ago and I thought that the eagles got in the way of both men I think when you look at Tom situation I.

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"don shula" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Six the team highlights certainly have to be seventeen in though the only team in history and a special bond is developed with that group of players it's good to hear him talk at ninety seven when his voice was still strong still powerful it's been a long time write to us to go back and listen to the hall of fame speech is pretty cool and he had a very unique philosophy that he also shared as part of his hall of fame induction I think what coaching is all about is taking players and analyzing their ability put him in a position where they can excel within the framework of the team winning and I hope that I've done that in my thirty three years as a head coach most of those in Miami where if you ever visit the city visit the area there are signs of Dajjal everywhere steak houses other billboards he left an imprint on a highway is name is the is an ex is an expressway as well sports clubs what John Elway in Denver don Shula in Miami so five super bowls with the dolphins those who were the heydays right they lost to the Redskins in Super Bowl seventeen and if they were to score forty Niners in Super Bowl nineteen but able to win a couple in there as well and lay the groundwork it is.

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Don Shula: Miami Dolphins Super Bowl-winning head coach dies, aged 90

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Don Shula: Miami Dolphins Super Bowl-winning head coach dies, aged 90

"This the great don Shula who I met a couple of times in my career in sports has has died at ninety years old hall of fame coach Miami Dolphins known for the nineteen seventy to dolphins who were perfect seventeen and only team to do that as a coach she had three hundred and forty seven wins he was Sir respected by so many people and have some great quotes that I remember off the top of my head including success is not forever and failure isn't fatal and then this was good he said you know it's only fifty miles from Grand River to canton but it took me sixty seven years to travel that distance because of course he was talking about getting in the hall of fame and a lot of people reacted to the passing of don Shula because he was as I said very much a character very well loved and certainly one of the big contributors to the game ed and he made an impact on a lot of of people he wants to one party trophies with the dolphins he coached the dolphins to back to back titles in the early seventies he spent a couple of seasons in the NFL as a player for the Cleveland Browns the Baltimore colts the Redskins he was also the head coach of the colts but he's known for being the quarter century coach of the dolphins yeah and just all kinds of records especially that three hundred and forty seven career wins and that's pretty top in the NFL you join the three hundred club and guess who else is in the three hundred club there's only a couple of members George Halas from bears fame and the New England Patriots coach bill Belichick is in that same category but you know interesting any group in a very very events in the Grand River in the comment that he he made a getting into the hall of fame he grinned grew up in a very big family he's one of seven kids huh and even his his mother I guess was not really excited about him playing football so you for sure signature so he could play when he was in high school but legendary no doubt a life well

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"don shula" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

13:40 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Tonight we will have Michael Imperioli tomorrow as they have a sopranos podcast out that is off the charts that I've listened to having some sleepless nights they're on fire they're going to write this odes Steve we know very you know well connected around here's to Steve will join us later on tonight Michael Imperioli will join us to moral and for those of you who are fans of quite possibly in my opinion the greatest TV show from a drama standpoint that gonna find if your sopranos fan you can enjoy the next two nights now we obviously have to start to show off on a very down though Nate sad note the passing of one of the best head coaches in the history of the league in fact from a win standpoint the winningest head coach in a hastily the great don Shula first of the Baltimore colts then of course the longtime head coach of my beloved franchise the Miami Dolphins passes on at the age of ninety years old so don Shula who lived an incredible life who is in football for a long period of time and you know you go through the sure win loss record which I was doing earlier today my goodness the fact the only had tool using seasons in all those years of coaching from Baltimore from nineteen sixty three to nineteen sixty nine with the Miami Dolphins from nineteen seventy until nineteen ninety five what a run in the NFL and you think about the best coaches in the history of the lake you think the Vince Lombardi of course now you think of the great bill Belichick Tom Landry Paul Brown but I don't know how you have that sort of conversation without throwing shoes name into the mix now the knock on don sure was going to be well he only ended up winning two super bowls and of course with an NFL champion in nineteen sixty eight how we know what happened there as they took on Joe Namath and any are jets put think about how that came in many ways could have been the defining moment of don Shula's coaching career you lose to lowly AFL now this turns out their foes no joke Joe Namath enemy are gentle ready book in NFL circles in NFL spears that is the sort of game that it in many ways could break you break you as a coach could break you is a competitor could be this sort of thing that is like the lasting image that you think about when it comes to that given person Hey great career all this all that but I lost the jets went to this change in the NFL the merger of course as we know that's not the defining legacy of don Shula I think the defining legacy of don Shula goes without saying he's the head coach of the perfect and the only perfect football team in league history the nineteen seventy two Miami Dolphins he's the head may charge they go through two quarterbacks in a given year of course the no name defense and they're going to do the unthinkable and finish off perfect season you can get on shore for being to inform the Superbowl game you want to knock down sure his and not to me and I'm sure the fact that his team was unable to get over the hump with Dan Marino is quarterback but then again if you look at the roster construction no running backs really of note not a great defense by any means by the time door Dan Marino got himself a defense that was championship caliber was way too late in this career but these are mine and it packs for a guy who coached as long as don Shula was able to coach and was a force in the league the way he was it's an all time great career they had a career that will be forever remembered not only in Miami but will be forever remembered in the history of the National Football League and you have to wonder how folks with the doing the patriots not completing the perfect season thanks to Eli manning Tom Coughlin the giant pass rush if we are ever going to see a team lead or lifetimes find a way to in nineteen oh season in fact I would we draw on the fact that I know I'm not going out on much of a linear that we will never cede team in our lifetime in the NFL complete the perfect season it's too hard to do and even if you're going to be a team for example like New England that had it all cooking that had it all working that pressure in this day and age E. S. P. N. porque radio social media you name it in many ways I believe the pressure for New England in that two thousand and seven season got to them and listen I want to take away from what the giants are able do but look at New England last couple games in the regular season they easily could've got picked off they could got picked off in Baltimore I remember on a Monday night they could have gotten picked off on a Sunday night game remember they would take it on E. G. feely in the Philadelphia Eagles I think in the coral lost the giants of course almost Adam in the final game of the regular season and they got through and made it to the Super Bowl but that can take its toll so when you're the head coach like don Shula all of that perfect nineteen seventy two Miami Dolphins team you don't have to worry even if a guy like bill Belichick passes you even as NFL history changes and evolves and we start turning the page more more more how many calls you're going to have a role like that and is there an age when coaches he that burn out get fired you name it the goal basically almost thirty years employs is on heart of Belichick's been there forever knowing the right Beltre started in two thousand so well I agree there's a lot of success you've been there twenty years spell check June thirty years with patriots much of home not but it was a twenty five year on for sure in Miami four time AP NFL coach of the year and the most regular season wins as a head coach with three hundred twenty eight not sure passes on at the age of ninety of course thoughts and prayers with the whole shoe a family and what not but I'm sure in many ways that we think it tonight folks for a trip down memory lane because he in many ways from a coaching standpoint he's the first guy you identify what when it comes to the Miami Dolphins I think for many folks all listening to show right now the first thing they're going to think of when they have the Miami Dolphins is don Shula and Dan Marino and perfect season one story so what I want to do tonight in honor of the great don Shula not only will a local teams board looking across sports when you think of one individual franchise who is the coach or manager that you most identify with who would be the guy you tie yourself into the most seats easy from a dolphin sample not sure is a very very easy way to go about it now I do believe this will be a very generational type of conversation because the Yankees for example depending on when you grew up that's gonna be your answer you know I think for the Yankee fan who you know's going up in the late fifties and early sixties poems easy answers Casey Stengel we're going back even further that would be talking Joe McCarthy but I think for most all of our audience from Yankee standpoint the manager that they will point out as the most identifiable within the franchise it's going to come down I think to one or two names now again I'm kind of catering to a demographic right now take that for what it's worth I think it will cater to either Billy Martin well Joe Torrey now the reason I say Billy Martin and not Joe Girardi is because of the personality that Billy Martin was in his countless stands as New York Yankee manager in many ways the George Bailey dynamic any infighting between the two it was a story involved itself so true for many argue fans listeners show right now Yankee haters them out when you think that manager who's most identifiable with pinstripes you gonna say Blue Moon now I would argue in my lifetime spent close Joe Torrey and it's not only the success the Joe Torry hat which obviously does come into play being the manager taking over winning in his first year in nineteen ninety six winning four out of five championships making the playoffs every single year he was running the shell and longevity that's why to me if I had ordered you between the two Torry Ann Morton and always the more identifiable face for the anti French S. I'd argue Tory because he was there a longer period of time he had far more success than Billy Martin and he was basically universally beloved Billy Martin I think I had an approval rating that was above a passing grade because it was damn good manager but a lot of the antics a lot of the nonsense a lot of the drama that could kind of point you in the direction in which you see in on when is enough enough I am sure many Aggie fans baby was the blame of George Steinbrenner yeah maybe it was the blame Billy Martin I don't know Ali no radio dot so I'm curious to see what Yankee fans look bad as well who is more responsible for the circus probably George ability to help and Billy was gonna be guided there I say di fuses situation he was going to throw gasoline on the fire that was is what that was his personality but I think it's Joe Torre's manager of the Yankees over a decade four titles six world zero six World Series appearances when I think New York Yankee leaders that's the first guy I think off now I think for most historians they maybe tell you Casey Stengel or maybe they would tell you it's blogs my lifetime it's Jane's downhill toward the former Mets standpoint president very fascinating because Gil Hodges of course is the manager in nineteen sixty nine when they go and win the World Series then of course you have yogi Berra coming in managing the team in nineteen seventy three okay you don't really identify yogi the Mets dear Dave Johnson and David Johnson was this guy who kinda developed in many ways this kind of vagabond status as a manager what a store within York Mets and I've been for a majority of the audience I'd say over the age of thirty five I fully expect them to have David Johnson is that guy Madge team from nineteen eighty four to nineteen ninety was appointed a World Series championship in nineteen eighty six was there in nineteen eighty eight I would expect most Mets fans of a certain age would go David now some of an older age would go Gil Hodges but I also think you have to take into account how many fans to make the argument for Bobby Valentine from a success standpoint but Bobby managed team for a long long time taking over ninety six ten ninety seven ninety eight seeing the team get good in ninety nine two thousand two thousand one and of course at the end when he leaves in the two thousand and two season before or how comes in which was just an all time night now and all time disaster in two thousand and three I'd say from a message standpoint most will give me the answer of David Johnson put some of the user for trickier to do than others and we'll get into this for example the New York Giants who is the coach you identify with the first thing you hear is the your chance is a bill Parcells.

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"don shula" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The history of the NFL don Shula has died at the age of ninety Steve summers follows baseball on WFAN at WFAN FM New York when we go to the sixth inning the Yankees of a seven to one lady thanks to Andy Pettitte mana Dechy Matsui and the **** to Victorino outside of one and give me the pitching lines now that is important but for those who who scored the game out where the pitch the Victorino this is a breaking ball strike federal Martinez went four innings four runs three hits five strikeouts two walks one hit batsman Chad Durbin won a third of an inning three runs two hits no strikeouts one walk the one one hi all first to share a near the stands with the balls in the stands one and two Susan zero who is fighting a you can see that but the only guy really in trouble with his monthly that's exactly right so short restaurant it's going okay on short rest one run on two hits through five innings John chamberlain warming up in the pan the ones who is low well the Yankees have the lead and they have a seven one lead and they know it then everyone in the stadium knows this so they have to figure how can they get the ball to Mariano in the eight yes it the two to swing on ground of phones items of Mariano is a a bad night yet be odd but well we as a band I think is a a bad night and that's the guy you want to get the ball to and the Yankees seven Tampa lead right now and those are the two pitchers that we thought we would see after paddock Java and more today to make that bridge to Mariana as the two to swing on the ground a short Jeter feels throws one way mirrors chase Utley who has grounded into a double play and struck out one out knowing on we are in the top of the six and credit deals breaking ball you may wonder well why would they have chain one up in the bullpen throwing when Andy is pitching brilliantly magus we got the same wars they used to say in my day the junior prom I mean you can't you can't have a big inning against you now give up a run or two okay the there's a strike so he runs into trouble he got chamberlain another renewal of someone else they can push anyone they want and then they have low at the eight AM John and enjoying he's been doing this all all World Series someone is up.

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Legendary NFL head coach Don Shula dies

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Legendary NFL head coach Don Shula dies

"What a great coaches in sports history has died a hall of fame legendary NFL head coach don Shula passing away at the age of ninety he played seven seasons in the league before winning a record three hundred forty seven games in the regular and postseasons in seven years the Baltimore colts in twenty six years the Miami Dolphins sure won two super bowls including guiding the nineteen seventy to dolphins the only undefeated season in league history in thirty three years he only had a losing record in two of those seasons both his sons by the way also had been in the NFL coaching

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Legendary NFL head coach Don Shula dies

WBZ Afternoon News

00:09 sec | 2 years ago

Legendary NFL head coach Don Shula dies

"And legendary Miami Dolphins head coach don Shula passed away today at the age of ninety show us three hundred and forty seven career wins remains the most by any head coach in NFL

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"don shula" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Have been outside before I was born this sixteen NO season happened long before I was born there's nothing wrong with that and I understand with Kobe's debt there's a there's a sudden S. and you know don Shula was you know older and everything like that I'm not even talking about that part I'm just saying when a whether it's a musician or an actor or any public figure you react differently if you were a fan of theirs you react differently if you had watched them for Moses don Shula was not part of my sports life so I don't have it necessarily any personal experience or personal feeling towards the other than you feel awful for the issue of family feel awful for the dolphins family to lose one of the greatest man to ever be in the dolphins organization but I think what because we have this debate all the time about that sixteen and no team and where we're supposed to what we're supposed to look at it and I was somebody that said you know what New England went sixteen and now so did the dolphins all right same sies and now the dolphins certainly have their ability to say you know that atriz team to win a Super Bowl and we did and that's fine and we can have that debate but look New England had a perfect sixteen in season they just didn't finish it when they got in the playoffs and you can give that credit to Miami and and don't give in to doing that and that's fine but I think what is striking about don Shula was one that he did lead a team that from beginning to end was unbeaten and the the focus that it takes and how good of a coach you have to be and I don't care that the league was watered down at that point or whatever it doesn't matter to me to be able to get your team prepared focused Randy each and every week for sixteen consecutive weeks and not falter once is unbelievable Sen unbelievable feat and then another thing that strikes me about don Shula is eight and this was Frank Schwab who some of you longer tenured people here in this city remember Frank from when he row for the kids that now he's with Yahoo and he pointed out something today that I thought was just was as crazy as the fact that don Shula coach a team that went a perfect sixteen it out I mean he had to a quarterback and in Bab greasy who barely through the football right when the dolphins won the the Super Bowl they were a running team any tweeted out along with the P. C. wrote today about don Shula the same coach who won a Super Bowl with his QB attempting seven passes also coached the first five thousand yard passer in NFL history to an AFC title think about that for don Shula to coach in the NFL for three decades is amazing I'm not but considering that during those thirty those three decades he was able to actually evolve with the times he coached a great team that didn't pass the ball at all he also coached a great team that all they do did was throw it I think that tells you how good of a coach don Shula is and maybe it's a better measure of how great coaches to be quite honest with you right it's one thing to be you know a a bill Walsh or in the college game is Steve Spurrier or what have you it's one thing to be a coach whose style can play in multiple areas that's impressive right date your system is so good that you can take it from one decade to the next R. one era to the next but I think what is even more impressive than that is for a coach to be able to look at his personnel to look at himself look at the league around him and say you know what what I did last year ten years ago it's not gonna work so I'm going to adapt right I'm not gonna say I'm not going to be rigid and that's part of the reason why don Shula lasted as long as he did right you have to be able to adapt as much as we give credit to coaches that run specific systems and how long they were able to stick around that's sticking around in the NFL for three decades that's unheard of and think about how much the game has changed there's no system that last three decades in the NFL so the reason why don Shula was able to coach as long as he did was because he was secure enough in himself and also smart enough as a coach to be able to say you know what what I did with Bob greasy it's not good enough it's not what I'm gonna do with Dan Marino now does he know when he's coaching Bob greasy that is gonna end up having Dan Marino now but it's just the point of don Shula what is a great coach because he won a Superbowl he was a great coach because he led a team to a perfect season but what sticks out to me more than anything else with don Shula is that he wasn't rigid in what he did and I think there's a level of genius that has to be appreciated with someone who is able to constantly adapt and change and cater to the personnel that.

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Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90

Roe Conn

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90

"Power outpouring of tributes from around the NFL saluting hall of fame coach don Shula passed away this morning at his home in South Florida here's Mike Ditka special inspired and they were they break form and there's nothing they believe that they couldn't do before sure the one three hundred and forty seven games as a head coach sets an NFL record he

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Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90

NFL Live

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula dies at 90

"Don Shula the winningest coach in. Nfl history has passed away. At the age of Ninety Chris Berman pays tribute to the man most known for the only perfect season in league history the Nineteen Seventy-two Miami. Dolphins here is that list. Don Shula is most known for the most head. Coaching wins in league history including the postseason with three hundred forty seven. That's twenty three more than George. Halas WITH BILL BELICHICK IN THIRD PLACE. Shula also named API coach of the year four times which is more than any other coach in. Nfl history as well a statement this afternoon from NFL. Commissioner Roger Goodell Don Shula will always be remembered as one of the greatest coaches and contributors in the history of our game. He made an extraordinarily positive impact on so many lives as a player hall of fame coach and Longtime member and Co Chair of the NFL Competition Committee. He was remarkable teacher and mentor. Who for decades inspired excellence and exemplified integrity? His iconic legacy will endure through his family and continue to inspire generations to come.

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"don shula" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Headlines and Carol here's something you've never heard before the US Supreme Court for the first time ever heard the arguments in the case by telephone with nine more to come and also for the first time a lot of fly broadcast Bloomberg's captain reports from Washington the court was hearing where the booking dot com was a unique enough name to get a trademark government lawyer Erica Ross said it isn't a trademark law no party can penetrate mark for a generic term justices asked questions in turn starting with Chief Justice John Roberts whether it's Travelocity Priceline or whatever nobody refers to those booking dot com's Lisa Blatt is booking dot com's lawyer consumers decide which marks deserve trademark protection will get more attention next week when it hears the case of president trump's tax returns in Washington if Chapman Bloomberg radio now don Shula here comes that word we sometimes turn to win the lifetime achievement of someone is pretty much indescribable in the later years of his legendary career and that is the word don Shula's biography in the dolphins media guide began with a quote from former NFL coach **** Phillips don Shula can take his in and beat you in and he could take you in and beat his that pretty much sums it up this is what perfection sounds like don Shula died today at his home across the screen day in downtown Miami he was ninety years old and had the only perfect season in NFL I'm Bob yes admin here at rocket mortgage and the rock family of companies every one of our team members know zero my uncle Paul who works long hours at the grocery store to make sure that people can put food on the table we run I think my wife's cousin Marie who works so hard as a nurse saving others.

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Don Shula, coach who led Miami Dolphins perfect season, dies

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Don Shula, coach who led Miami Dolphins perfect season, dies

"Miami Dolphins have announced the death of former coach don Shula don Shula who won the most games of any NFL coach and lead the Miami Dolphins at the only perfect season in league history has died at the age of ninety the dolphins coach pastor George Halas is league record three hundred and twenty four wins in nineteen ninety three he retired following the nineteen ninety five season with three hundred and forty seven wins and one hundred and seventy three losses Schuller was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in nineteen ninety seven Sheila became the only coach to guide an NFL team through a perfect season when the nineteen seventy to dolphins went seventeen and

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Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Shula dies at 90

WBZ Midday News

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Shula dies at 90

"You pro football hall of fame coach don Shula has died he died peacefully at his home in South Florida at the age of ninety eight the Miami Dolphins say that the he died this morning of course he won the most games of any NFL coach in history he led the dolphins to the only perfect season in league history don Shula death at the age of

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"don shula" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on KCRW

"In belated recognition of the perfect season president Obama welcomed the nineteen seventy to dolphins to the White House in two thousand thirteen the president well known Chicago sports fan big knowledge he held a similar reception just a few years earlier for the eighty five bears bears lost once in their nearly perfect season it happened to be in the Gulf in case you couldn't make it out that we should look at the ceremony in a wheelchair in mind the president of the dolphins achievement so I think you made your point Shula and the dolphins won the Super Bowl a second time in nineteen seventy four in the nineteen eighties Miami made two more Super Bowl appearances the last one in nineteen eighty five with Dan Marino as quarterback after his retirement she was involved in a number of business ventures including a chain of steakhouses that bear his name as a coach who was known as a leader and motivator getting the most from his players Miami Herald sports columnist Greg Cody says he adopted his coaching style to capitalize on the strength of his players after relying on a running game in the nineteen seventies Cody says Schuler changed his coaching style after the dolphins drafted Marino Marino was setting all kind of passing records sure knew what he had and and all of a sudden this conservative run the ball defense first coach became a guy who was the mastermind of all this record setting offense Shula said one of the few regrets he had in his long career was never winning a Super Bowl with Marino but with a perfect season the most NFL coaching wins ever don Shula said overall he was pretty satisfied with his.

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"don shula" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on AP News

"The Miami Dolphins have announced the death of former coach don Shula don Shula who won the most games of any NFL coach and lead the Miami Dolphins at the only perfect season in league history has died at the age of 90 the dolphins coach pastor George Halas is league record 300 24 wins in 1993 he retired following the 1995 season with 300 47 wins and 100 73 losses Schuller was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in 1997 Sheila became the only coach to guide an NFL team through a perfect season when the 1970 to dolphins went 17 and OO I actually had a better

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Shula, winningest coach in pro football history, dies at 90

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Shula, winningest coach in pro football history, dies at 90

"The Miami Dolphins have announced the death of former coach don Shula don Shula who won the most games of any NFL coach and lead the Miami Dolphins at the only perfect season in league history has died at the age of ninety the dolphins coach pastor George Halas is league record three hundred and twenty four wins in nineteen ninety three he retired following the nineteen ninety five season with three hundred and forty seven wins and one hundred and seventy three losses Schuller was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in nineteen ninety seven Sheila became the only coach to guide an NFL team through a perfect season when the nineteen seventy to dolphins went seventeen and OO I actually had a better

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"don shula" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:41 min | 2 years ago

"don shula" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Miami Dolphins don Shula was the patriarch of the Miami Dolphins for fifty years he brought the winning edge to our franchise but the dolphins in the city of Miami in the national sports scene our deepest thoughts and prayers go out to Marianne along with these children Dave Donna sharing and and Mike don Shula has passed away at the age of ninety have the opportunity to play golf with coach after he retired this was probably fifteen years ago and he lived off the first tee at Indian Creek Country Club outside of Miami and we it was just fun to see him out of the element when when he coached he had that look on his face like he was right off of mount Rushmore and he was funny we end up self deprecating and inquisitive and I was just you got to see a coach outside of that coaching world and there was always one of those moments I cherish because I had such respect for him he was so tough but in that moment playing golf with him and you know he said I'm not very good because I was really good coaching I'm not very good at golf I said coach I'm not good either either all right so cultural passing away at the age of ninety I'll tell you my Clyde Drexler story with Michael Jordan coming up here in a moment wanna make way for the popular Tim Keller Sean Dallas morning news columnist ESPN around the horn contributor and Tim kind enough to join us Tim let me start with the elephant in the room or the red elephant the room with the Andy Dalton give me the strategy behind this of bringing in Andrew Dalton as a cowboys backup but it's got to be the red elephants why do you have to go no I mean I I I don't think I think the strategy is fairly simple they've done this sometimes bringing in a veteran quarterback they haven't done a lot so that's what as people think you know what's what's this about they've been very lucky dak Prescott started sixty four games he's he's really never come out of a game while I was on the line is back up to last year's super rush through three passes in two seasons and here's any dog cloning around any is it expensive and so I really think it's an injury protection everybody kind of jumped the gun and says well what if dak you know doesn't come to camp or something I I really don't think I don't think there's a single word about that honestly he's gonna make thirty one million if he doesn't get a long term deal so I really think it's just they've done a better job getting back ups a lot of spots and here's another one yeah I didn't know if it was you know a shot at dak Prescott you know changes the leverage here to me I just said you know what it's a smart move to bring him in and he's from the Dallas area doesn't have to uproot his family and given the fact that you're not going to be able to meet in person you don't have to worry about any of those things with the corona virus I just thought okay maybe this is something good or something guys have to have the mindset of wanting to be a backup quarterback though Tim I think cam Newton to me is not a backup quarterback because he won't allow himself to do that Andy Dalton is probably saying what do I need to do all right I'll be a backup quarterback and I think that's why I got in this position here I think any dolls made about eighty million dollars for this time in Cincinnati you know what the playoffs four times never won a game but you got the bangles the playoffs four times that's something and he may think of himself as I can still start for somebody but I'm okay now add whatever is thirty two I think yeah you don't need to back up this year and you know if we have anything approaching a normal seasonal played preseason games he will have tape on and they'll steam surrounded by good offensive talents including the line running backs everything and see what he and see what it looks like so I I think plus you know the fact he has a house here I mean who doesn't want to come to Dallas Bob Edwards I'll go to Austin all right I'll leave you at a bad we already have a Dan Patrick and Austin all yeah I know yeah you know what I'm missing out of Texas there is he's enough Dan Patrick to go around for an entire state our house is playing locally that Andy Dalton's in town well I think locally there is a there is at least a mindset there's the leverage and there are some you know because often Dallas fans historically are never on the players side when there's a contract situation may be on M. inside that would be about the only time after they but they they want a Superbowl but yeah generally this is a city where they side with teams and now they just see back you must be greedy you won't sign a long term deal so there is a certain you know percentage of fans want us okay any dogs going to compete with them anyway I don't think they're bringing him in here to you with that Prescott I think that's fine playing in there something happens to back up but I think mostly most people realize Hey it's just a good move to cover your backside in case something you know there's no guarantee that was gonna play every game forever I was curious with the C. D. lamb draft pick because you don't need CD lamb is a nice luxury to have because you already were a team that outscored the opposition by over a hundred points you had a good passing attack here how surprised were you that CD lamb was tops on their on their list well given that I did a mock draft of a girl growing up they got to me it's seventeen there are big city land that Monday and and I kind of jokingly said I think it's great too thank you bye I think it's great not only that a good player but you keep him from becoming a Philadelphia eagle four picks later that might be some motivation to I don't think what happened I thought they would I thought they would take chase on about you but I don't if you think he's a receiver who's going to be really good and these other defensive players are like you're thinking okay they might be pretty good this guy is gonna be good why not have three of them they're they're seeing things with Cooper's contract they could be done within two years of if they want to be so I think they just said look let's just load up let's let's go for thirty points a game yes you topics yeah feels like Hey let's be the can city chiefs of the NFC we saw this with the greatest show on turf teams started to try to emulate the rams it's really hard to do it but it seems like that's what Jerry Jerry probably said Hey why not just add another guy to R. four by one hundred relays team okay let's see if we can do what Kansas city does at the end so I don't blame him for that I mean I think everybody thinks he's a he's gonna be a talented receiver this late whether he's the best receiver a couple years or not I mean I don't think people realize Michael Gallup last half of last year at six hundred fifty yards he was playing like a thirty nine yard receiver so they have a lot of weapons let's see let's see what they can do it he Jim Callis on Dallas morning news columnist around the horn star joining us on the program the NFL's gonna release that schedule looks like as scheduled this weekend how surprised are you a little surprise although I think it just goes in line with other things they've done in terms of we need to go ahead and if we have to change things later will change the but for now let's have free agency let's have a draft Hey let's go ahead you will get unnaturally excited about the NFL schedule and then there's a lot of so let's give him one more thing we can get we don't know if it's going to happen we have no clue if fans are going to be in any of these games but for now this is the plan and we'll just later I don't think there's four minutes I think I think most people recognize yeah the fellas no guarantees this is gonna come off but everybody can be a little optimistic I guess did you cross paths with the bulls in the nineties when you think of this documentary you know I I think that the document is very good I I did once I was a I was a cowboys beat writer the first half of the stars beat writer the second half and I became a columnist in the summer of ninety eight and that's the last chance so I can actually about two weeks after that ended obviously I watched him a million times robin came to town later even though he was briefly about right but you know I mean it's there's a lot of fast he's always a maverick him yes he's always going to be America what did they do a documentary true documentary on the cowboys in the nineties you know that's a good point I mean there's been different things that nothing this exhaustive nothing with behind the scenes footage which would be very dangerous but the cowboys the ninety point but how good would that be with those personalities with those you know goes if you had that wow just just remember ADA to be pretty good if there's footage yeah that they could be incriminate well statue limitations there we saw some of that footage on the news on Sunday a lot of times by but you just this whole friction between coach and owner yeah I mean the bulls had the owner in GM on the same page but they didn't have the coach and the owner on the same page you had that with Dallas where Jerry and and Jim didn't get along think about this the bulls had to Jerry's no ordered GM found was that one in those same jobs and he couldn't get along old relate very quickly with with the coach so there there's a lot of there were some parallels every success six deaths is hard as you know well very I just make it look easy to me all right is make but I think if you start to look at you know that the warriors are interesting if you did one of these with Duran involved in it and Draymond green other than that they're not an interesting team they play an interesting style right I started to think about if you were gonna do this in other sports like what would be the one team in the modern era where you go now that would be fun oh that's good yeah you're right that the warriors off court with me and and I don't I don't think the patriots I don't know if there would be enough infighting certainly seems like there was at least until the end so maybe if you could get some of that.

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Larry Itliong and the Great Delano Grape Strike

Long Distance

03:35 min | 2 years ago

Larry Itliong and the Great Delano Grape Strike

"When I moved to America I was a sophomore and one of the first classes I took in high school was US history. My teacher was weird. We had what he called open book tests so we didn't really have to study and he played movies during those tests. One time I think it was pirates of the Caribbean. This teaching style was so different than what I was used to back home. But that wasn't what struck me the most. It's that when we got to the part of American history set in the Philippines there was just one paragraph in our history book less than half a page dedicated to this period of American imperialism. I think that paragraph mentioned Emilio Aguinaldo who became the first president of the Philippines and the acquisition of the Philippines by the US from Spain in eighteen ninety eight. Let's it nothing in those pages talked about the bloody Philippine American war. There was no mention of the American occupation that took place for almost half a century in definitely didn't talk about Filipinos who came to America during this time not as immigrants but as nationals subjects of American empire the generation of monotones who are promised with the riches of the American dream. But who face the harsh realities of American life instead? I mean when we think about the history of the United States we say oh Boston. The Boston Tea Party. We all learn. It is White America. That's Gail Roma Santa. A writer and publisher who is the CO author of journey for Justice? A new book the chairs the story of a Filipino American labor organizer and Community Leader Left. Outta most American history textbooks the tough-talking man with a moustache glasses and sometimes cigar. Larry Leon. He was an is a Filipino. American leader who united Filipino Americans and other ethnicities Gayle Co wrote for justice with her friend. The late professor and historian Don Shula. Noma Balan- you might remember her from episodes one and two of this podcast. They both grew up in Stockton California and they didn't learn about their cities rich Filipino history until they went away to college. It's why they wrote the book. This book needs to be in schools and in libraries in the hands of our families and our caregivers so that they can say oh. I was part of American history. Obviously I didn't learn about Larry Leong in high school. I don't think I even heard about him in college. And I took Asian American studies yet. Too many Larry. It long is a Filipino. American civil rights hero a leader in that first generation of Filipinos in America and even in the diaspora he led the Delano grape strike. And people don't really know what that means and that really is a point where we had so many Filipinos and their jobs were jeopardy and they had so much to lose. Nobody had health insurance major resources. They didn't have any political clout. They were migrant farm workers on this episode chapter in American history. We should learn about in school. The story of Larry Leon and the great Delano grape strike pivotal moment in the American farm worker movement. Most people have heard that Mexican American labor leaders Cesar Chavez and Dolores. Horta were a big part of this not a lot of folks know that it was Larry it Leong and the Filipino farmworkers. Who Kick started the whole thing in the first place?

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Mega-Job In Miami Lakes Today, 30 Companies Looking To Hire

Brian Mudd

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Mega-Job In Miami Lakes Today, 30 Companies Looking To Hire

"Natalie on big huge jobs fair happening right now I we just got reports of the employment numbers folks by record numbers actually filing for unemployment claims the last week so this comes in at a perfect time it's the mega Miami lakes jobs fear it has started at ten o'clock it'll rental two o'clock this afternoon there's over thirty companies on hand we're told many of them are ready to hire on the spot and with the Superbowl right around the corner a lot of these companies need help now there is free parking available and again it's happening at the don Shula hotel

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Fatal Wrong-Way Crash On SR-874

The Sean Hannity Show

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Fatal Wrong-Way Crash On SR-874

"A very active scene along the south bound don Shula wrong way driver going north bound in the southbound lanes that car crashing into another vehicle a Miami Dade police cruiser heading for the scene crashed as well the wrong way driver pronounced dead on scene the other drivers all male and female in the jeep that were taken to Jackson saw a stable condition and the officer has also been taken to Jackson South in stable condition traffic being diverted around the area while the investigation

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New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick wins 300th game, making him only the third head coach to do so

NFL Live

01:55 min | 3 years ago

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick wins 300th game, making him only the third head coach to do so

"And here we go it. Was this time a rainy windy win over the Cleveland browns in Foxborough the browns were coming off for by fall two and five Sunday's win milestone for Bill Belichick he achieved three hundred wins and a week clubs breath it's great privilege to to coach his team onto Costa guys that I post my career fortunately I didn't plan any of those games that's a good thing for us but I've had a lot of good players out of great players and so they're the ones that win the games yeah he's he's absolute beast uh-huh and you always feel like you have a shot to win a game with with him you know he's the best coach to ever do it and I think in any sport skin there could one thing that I did three times and for him to get there on your wins at this level you know I think he says it a lot and about know how hard it is to win in this league Lendu during the Tom's in the way that he's done it as a as part of the solution that just proud of him everything he's accomplished and you know amazing I think he coached for another place and they didn't think it was good enough you know and he comes here in does a great job so it's a great celebration for him and certainly hard earned well deserved and only better than three hundred zero zero one so we'll be back at it this week they are onto the next week so Bella check joins Don Shula George Halas is the only coach in NFL history with three hundred wins that includes the playoffs yeah P that's bill averages twelve wins a year he breaks you record of three forty seven midway through the two thousand twenty three season it's like a lot but if you include the postseason patriots have won at least twelve games every season this decade which is just unbelievable

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