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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:39 min | 4 months ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"They don't trade with Miami because they have the third overall pit, which came from the Texans, and then they wouldn't be able to get to get guaranteed of giving the second best quarterback. And I don't see any veteran out there. They want every market. It has talked, so that call me it made a quarterback trying to convince me of away their team. Get to shop once and I was like, guys. I'm not the one who needs to be convinced. I think Sean number one. I'll be waiting since Warren Moon was traded after the 1993 season to Minnesota. By the Oilers because this new thing coming called salad cap, and they had no clue how to deal with it. So I've been waiting since 1994 to cover another great quarterback, and that's two shot Watson. Selfish reasons are certainly doesn't want to see him traded, but man, I was that the two sides could make like Watson met with McNair's and have nicked a stereo and David Cully Quarterback coach Pep Hamilton and offensive coordinator Tim Kelly. Watson loves sit down, upset him and his agent, David Ball, Quetta and say, OK, tell us exactly What it is that you don't like and then let us tell you your play a plan and the last thing that Sean told us on his last son. I just want to hold up the Lombardi Trophy. Well, you know, they're nowhere close to that. But if they could have that meeting, Nick, this area could bring his six replicas of Lombardi Trophy. And so here, pick up all of that. You want to And tell him I know how to win these. I want six of them and it starts with a great quarterback. You are quarterback lusty this together and I think if they did that, and Watson said, sorry. I just want out. They're convinced that it would go say into the season that I think they should trade but they're a long way from that right now. No doubt about that. John McClane of the Houston Chronicle on Freddy and Fitz Simmons on ESPN Radio, the ESPN app and suits on channel 80. When I say Jack used to be executive vice president, football operations. What do you say? Jack used to be is at a rise to power like nobody I've ever seen. And as the executive VP of football ops, he's involved in everything now necessary. Oh, as in his contract he has piled say on personnel. He and he used to be your friends from New England. Cereal is admitted that Easter Bay has convinced the McNair a family that he impresario know how to build a Super Bowl winner because they want rings together in New England. And this area relies on him a lot. But there's a lot of every day. Somebody in the media here this been going on for months, but one in five and they make their family coming there told me two weeks ago, he will not be fired. They believe in him. They think he knows what he's doing. And he could stereo will either work together to rebuild this franchise, which is terrible right now, or the both be fired together. I'm going with the latter. But let me ask you this. How do you feel about Cal McNair siding with Jackie's to be who was a culture coach not long ago over the Shawn Watson, one of the best at his craft of the Was it. John McClane from the Houston Chronicle. Joining us here, Freddie Fitzsimmons. He's in Fitzsimmons. I am Freddie Coleman to say that Houston has a sports problem. Yikes. We'll try to fix that. Next on ESPN radio coming up Monday. The Chiefs have won seven straight Air Sea.

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

08:08 min | 5 months ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Anybody that needs a quarterback should probably more than just considering and we're talking about shawn watson and his future whether it's in houston or elsewhere we're also gonna touch on james harden here because right now you can make an argument. Houston the epicenter of the sports. Talk university those. Two topics mean anything to you. And it's a pleasure to welcome in john maclean longtime writer for the houston chronicle and goes way beyond houston. Sports has expertise on the. Nfl is well known. Over the decades in fact his twitter handle is at mclean underscore on underscore and fell. So he's got going all the way through all right your boots on the ground. You're there andre. Johnson tweeting yesterday. That the texans should do it to sean wants. He's fed up with them as a quiet player to sean argued loudly. So as. Jj watt. What in the world is going on there. Well first of all guys. Thanks for having me on and happy. New year shawn watson will not be traded under any circumstances. She can take that to the bank. He's on that because the owner kalmyk never they had launched before the season ended may talked out to the season and he said callum mcnair was going to let him know what was going on on the highway and they they interviewed three head coaches. But it was. I think a waste of time because they said all along the general manager was going to hire the head coach. Nick caserio started on monday. Watson is not issue to trade demand everything has been anonymous sources and the last time we talked to him a week ago. He said he wanted a coach. Who would stand up lead the team. They could follow him. He wanted structure. He wanted a new culture and he's books for all the players. Jj watt it said that before watson is so so much is riding on the head coach whom they hire and nick caserio stepped into work on monday and he was bombarded from all sides and then yesterday andre johnson the only player in their ring of honor who never caused controversy when he was a player. He tweeted that he should stick to his guns meaning watson and then he talked about jackie's debate the controversial executive vice president of football operations. That nothing's good happened since he walked through the door. So as you guys can imagine huge controversy and after the game last night first time james harden has admitted well we've known for wings he wants to be traded. Houston is up in arms right. Now john i see Houston is up in arms. Everybody the hardest situation they. They've tried to trade him. They will trade it but they will not give him away leaving a hard bargain but he's not helping himself by playing poorly. He showed up looking like he should play right guard coming out and saying this and finally admitting it you guys know keyshawn you've been traded. It's hard when you go public. And then everybody's gonna low volumes. Fortunately for you. You bought one of the biggest prices in history. Yeah let me let me ask you this question about jack easterby the houston texas vice president of football operations. Why so many players in clearly it's doj hopkins and audrey jobs. But i'm sure there's other players that having gone associate social media said anything. Why do people view him as such what what is he doing to alienate so many people. He was good friends and he worked closely with bill. O'brien people here. That not like bill. O'brien and like his trades did like the way the two thousand nineteen season ended when they choke to twenty four point lead at kansas city in the divisional round then when he traded the two number ones and a two for laremy. Tunsil kenny stills hopkins was the most unpopular trade in houston history and people associate jackie. O'brien last year. When he was promoted to executive vice president football operations he worked closely with. O'brien handled. everything in football ops. O'brien did not want to handle and then find signed off on it but every time we the media talked o'brien. He talked about how they may join decisions. They work closely together. He said they win. The super bowl jackie's today and so everybody equates anything jackson's to be does with bryant and people here the fans media have been on owner count mcnair unmercifully to dr jack. Each to be going back months but make their lights him. Trust him believes him and right now he has number two guided nick caserio. I mean she. This question John just discount mcnair. No football i understand. He knows an understanding those business but does is he a football guy. Let's be honest. How many owners are football guys. I don't know any jerry. Jones is general manager. Of course not president. Mcnair been his dad. It was his dad's right hand man. From the time they got the franchise in nineteen ninety nine while his dad was suffering from cancer in two thousand seventeen he started he took over the team and then his dad died a year. Later so really. He's been in charge. It's two thousand seventeen. They won division. Titles and five years to play offs. Couldn't get beyond the divisional round but one of the things he does is he's lease stays out of the operation. The people are made in the coach and gm. He leaves him alone. Spends a lot of money using the money for resources and then stays out of the way from big decisions. He said he says. I hired these guys. They make the decisions if they don't do what he wants. And then he fires as you did with bill. O'brien so it he is. He's a good guy to work for because if he's loyalty you he'll stick to you but as he showed will vine he's not averse to pulling the plug. This transition real quick to the houston rockets james harden. What kind of deal would it take for. Raphael stone to complete this to james harden out of houston fell been asking from cording reports like number one at least one or two good players then reports were two number ones and at least two good players to starters lots of speculation about the nats and could come from there. The sixers who would come from they are daryl. Morey pulled off the trade for harden. Is that general manager. The rockets now is running the personnel department. It's adelphia and we know more would like to get him and Harden is not specifically said who he wants to go to just wants to go to a winner. James helped make them a winter. They couldn't get over. The hawk lost to the lakers last year. No shame in that. Four to one. And i think he will get traded. But they're not going to get what they want that's for sure seldom decided but would you guys take kyrie irving knowing everything you know now. No i don't think he's ever been in the mixed come in place art and that's the final word from the man that has been writing words about houston sports for decades so the brass tacks ain't no way trade into shawn watson and of course it's just a matter of time before they trade james harden john really appreciate your perspective this morning keys wanted to have you on for a long time and i'm so glad we did it this morning. Hey who've been thank you very much. Jackie sean. Thank you guys stay. Say oh i thank you. Thanks john one of the great. Nfl writers out there knows the pulse of that city. Well that is john maclean. Reminder to tune degree show appropriately titled green which immediately follows our show. What else is supposed to be true. I mean we are coming show. Sobel zuber zuber ten. Am eastern on many of these espn radio stations. Greenie morning also known. As mike. Greenberg joined by bruce smith and tony dungy as i mentioned those bills. Legends are coming out this week and none bigger. Maybe bruce smith from keyshawn jalen zubin right into greenie weekday mornings on. Espn radio on the.

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:36 min | 7 months ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on 600 WREC

"True or has already been thrown out in court. I saw that nice man. Man, There's a different there's a different flavor. Theo Fox lately and you heard what she said. That was certainly a colorful news conference from Rudy. But it was light on facts. So much of what Rudy said was simply not true or has already been thrown out in court, which led Jenna Ellis, peering on Newsmax later. They played that sound bite for her. And got her reactions and I don't know what's what's going on there. But they just they just called. Rudy a liar, Jenna. What? What's your reaction? Unfortunately for Kristin Fisher, she doesn't understand how the legal process works, and that was frankly embarrassing for her. She is not sitting on any federal court that I'm aware of. She hasn't been looking at this. The media really needs to take this seriously and actually allow the fax to be shown. And cover this as responsible journalists. Okay, so I wanted to get all of that established my record as a couple things that I've been holding over Have nothing to do with any of this have been on the famous holding over stack that's been building all week. And the first ones on ESPN story. And they're all excited out there and Mr Snugly. You might be excited about this, too. First all black NFL officiating crew to work Monday night Football. A milestone the first all black officiating crew to work Monday night Football. The NFL's assembled And all black officiating crew for the first time. Work Monday night's game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They are citing the opportunity to recognize the league's history and recent practices. In diversifying its officiating department. Troy Vincent, the NFL executive vice president football operations, said this historic week 11 crew is a testament The countless and immeasurable contributions of black officials to the game. They're exemplary performance and the power of inclusion. That is the hallmark of this great game. Ah! Well, what The officials, the officials, Neil, I. I don't know. I'm just see what I see this. I might. My brain goes intelligible. I'm not actually if they're gonna Neil, I'm not saying whether whether we're gonna have all black owners. Don't talk to me about all black officials. When are we gonna get all black owners? You want to talk meaningful and then let's get all black coaches. Let's have all black players. And then let's have a black commissioner. And then to make sure all the announcers and play by play color comment. Sorry. Tony Roma are black. Ah black cheerleaders, all black cheerleaders. I want to see I mean, you were all black officiating crew in one game. Why not all black officials at every game. I say. Uh huh. Anyway, This leads me to the second piece that I have had in the holding over Stack. It's a It's a piece from Jason Whitlock at out kick. No, he said something the other day. Jason Whitlock has worked at the Kansas City Scar He's worked at ESPN. He's hosted his own show on ESPN. He's been a Ananda list and guest on other shows, and ESPN. He said that he has never gotten more reaction to his work. And when he joined this out, kick site and podcast. Which I I found fascinating. And three days ago, he published a piece Called Black Pride. Religion, ordained by white liberals is taking black people in America straight to hell. And it was an out kick dot com again. Here's the headline. Black pride, religion ordained by white liberals is taking black people in America straight to hell. Here's how he begins the peace. The objection is to the culture, not the people. The objection is to the people manipulating and controlling the culture, not the people being manipulated and controlled the puppet masters. I want you to read my words as a rebuke of black people. It's a rebuke of the Puppet Masters, the organizer's of the on apologetically Black Olympics and I referenced last week. I'm repulsed by people who have worked tirelessly for more than 400 years to convince black people that are skin color is our most prized asset and defining characteristic what he means. He is repulsed by white liberals. You've done nothing. For 400 years, but try to tell black people that their most prized asset is their skin color. This conceit. Of white liberals originally led to our physical enslavement. It's now led to our mental in slave mint. The stewards of the Zeitgeist. I Eva spirit, the moon, the characteristics of a particular time in history. The storage of those I T guys have persuaded black people. To pursue blackness above all else. Pursue blackness above faith above intelligence above freedom. And Jason Whitlock says, I object I object. Passionately. Is blinding, irrational pursuit of skin color. His pursuit of blackness, above all else is leading to the destruction of black people. And the destabilization of our country. Over the last 55 years, The storage of American culture have worked to disconnect black people from our religious faith. Our salvation. Black pride is the new religion. Our skin color. Degenerate behavior is white liberals have deemed is authentically black have become the hallmarks of black culture that deserves exploration will have to do it When we get back, America's most listened to talk radio host number E I be network news Radio 1055. W E, R C and w we er cfm dot com Being in debt to the I. R s can be stifling folks..

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:57 min | 9 months ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Say it's a major disappointment now at O and four. I mean, this is terrible. It's brutal. It's I mean, it's depressing. Justin sucks. This sucks. I don't know any other way to put it. We have heard that consistently from one J. J. Watt and on Monday Black Monday as it were Bill O'Brien fired his head coach and general manager and a chance to catch up with John McClane, who's covered the Texans and the NFL for the better part of a half A century is also part of our affiliate in Houston Sports Radio 6 10. The conversation really does provide some great insight. We're going to pick it up where I asked him. About J. J, who's been so honest and candid this first month of the season. You hear some of his adjectives to describe what they've been through on DH J. J believes that they're better than what they've shown. So I asked John McClane if he agreed with that. That's all they yes, they should have played better in losing. They lost. They were eight and three in one's court games last year. They've already lost two. There were five and three on the road. They've already lost two. So I'm not saying I've never picked him when a Super Bowl. I've picked him to be a wild card this year in Tennessee to win the division. They got enough talent to make the playoffs. I don't think they will now. Because the guys that among their best players are not producing and ah, not producing across the board on either side of the ball, and we'll say it was that billow brand inspector Of bail looming large over the organization game plan Playcalling Gateway to see their offensive coordinator Tim Kelly get played, calling back and see if it's Bore the same or with O'Brien. Not there. Will he show us something? He didn't show us over the first three games. So you think this might be a message to being sent to the locker room that everybody needs to be on notice? Well, not everybody. I mean, like a trade cut. J. J. Why? Lammy Council Shawn Bronson. You know, as long as you've got a great young quarterback like Watson and the last two games, Amy, it's been spunk. Two touchdown pass in the first quarter first half. They led 21 17 halftime got suffocated in the second half of this game. They're terrible in the first half Terrific in the second touchdown passes went up to the end of somehow watching could put those two forms is together. They'd be great. They be He'd be great again and they would be good. So far, they have not been able to do it. Romeo Crennel has been around a long time. He's AH, head coach and a couple of different places certainly been with AA lot of different organizations, as the defense of coordinator has a great reputation. What changes with the voice in terms of How he speaks to the locker room from O'Brien to two Romeo Cornell weather posted Now these are the opposite end of the spectrum bills, the captain of a ship and he wants things done a certain way. Romeo 73 years old kind of the grand fatherly type. I'll see him blown up sometime on the practice field, but that's nine large, not the way He operates, has got five Super Bowl rings. He's been head coach of Cleveland. Kansas City got fired both places. But he's one of the most decorated coordinators in history, so respected by everyone and liked by everyone and that clothes Players, media, others in the organization and under the circumstances for having an interim coach. I think he's right for the situation, just like I thought, Dusty Baker coming into a terrible situation with the Astros was the right situation. Sometimes that experienced hand who's seen everything. Multiple times can help you in certain dire circumstances. Trauma claim with us from Houston following the change at head coach And as you say the promotion of Romeo Crennel for the rest of this season. It's after hours here on CBS Sports Radio. Obviously, the Texans are going to be looking for AH, head coach who can lead the organization to the next level. Likely not Coronel. But I saw your tweet about Eric Be enemy and absolutely love it because I was disappointed he didn't get an opportunity last year. The offensive coordinator with the kids of City Chief's What do you like about him? Why do you think he might be a good fit? She's God's Patrick Mom's. He's called the place the last two years. He wanted Super Bowl and their unbeaten and he's worked under Andy Raid. Former player longtime coach everybody that I know in the organization covers him and people who know the enemy around the legs say he is ready. He could come in here. You know that many. Seems that fired coaches give you a chance to work with a quarterback like this Shawn Watson. They have a lot of talent on their office, and it would be a good situation for him with a patient on her. They had three coaches in 19 years Now Bill lasted into 1/7 season. Kubiak almost through eight and Dom Capers, five. Counting the area was there before they started playing, so you don't see a lot of owners. That is the kind of patients The the Ah, timeline is interesting, too, because it's so early. You can't really pick saying Eric Be enemy or a coach who's already employed from another team. They're still three months left now in the regular season, But what Mr McNair say about potentially, you know, searching for their next coach. I guess, Um, hey, Jack Case to be his executive vice president. Football operations who worked hand in hand with Bill O'Brien. Bill handle personnel. Jack was involved in personnel contracts budgets. All that Hill worked closely with. Cal McNair's I've had corn first search from the last two, Not Kubiak. Mika last terrible, Brian. They'll know they'll do that. But I didn't know this. When you Fargo, Charlie, you're going to hear from a lot of agents. Every offensive defensive coordinator fired coach. They're all going to have their agents contact you so you can start making that list awfully early. And I think that's probably one reason they did. Will they hire a coach who also serves as GM? Or Will they split up those responsibilities? No, they won't have a coach is His general manager again, but what they will do there's nine coaches in the league who have total control of personnel. They just don't have the title of general manager because they don't mess with those other. General manager duties Any good coach who has more than one offer is going to say I want final say over personnel. I don't care about the general manager. Let somebody else do all that stuff. Let Jack used to be Do that, And so I would imagine calving. There wants a good candidate. He's going to have to give somebody personnel. John McClane with us from Houston here on CBS Sports Radio. There was a lot of success under Bill O'Brien Mean, As you pointed out, he was into his seventh year he had a winning record, barely, but he did more than 50 wins four division titles..

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

11:49 min | 1 year ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"A pleasure to welcome back to the show one of our favorite and most frequent guests man who used to run the jets and the Dolphins Mike Tannenbaum Mike. Thank you for being with us into Germany and hope you and your family your chase been doing as well as possible. Thank you sir. Same same for you and your family. Y- This is going to be obviously very different. It is in I guess we're calling it. A virtual draft There's there's no central meeting place Picture being made from the homes. I guess of executives. I imagine summer. Probably go to the office to. I don't know the exact details. What what are your heat. What are you hearing from your former colleagues counterparts about how all of this is going to work and what concerns they might have yeah? I think everyone feels like within reason. They'll be able to make the picture. I think where it gets a little bit more complicated with trades because we're trades you know typically Jeremy you're you're dealing with the team below you or in front of you and you're having multiple conversations at the same time so I think to the extent that trades will feel a little bit different this year. I think that's where people are. Probably the most Hung Up. What about the technology? I mean there must be concerned. Seems like never expect something to work a certain way and especially when you're doing it the first time they're going to be glitches. There could be major consequences right if if the technology would of the cell phones aren't working right or the communication between the League and the teams Goodell. I guess we'll be at home in suburban New York. I need there must be some trepidation out there. I would imagine there surely is a and that's why there's GonNa be multiple layers here in Germany and turns out. They're going to have a phone as well as video conferencing. So what you're hearing from the Lee. The League is understandably usually fastidious. When it comes to rules and deadlines but I think they're gonNA have a lot more just common sense in terms of if someone if allying drops. The video conferencing goes out for whatever reason that they'll they'll allow him team to make pick because typically if you don't make your pick within the a lot of time then the next team can jump in front of you but nobody wants to see that happen this year especially just given the fact that a lot of these decision makers will be from their homes and not you know not all. It situations are created. Speaking with Mike Tannenbaum he is the former executive vice president football operations for the dolphins general manager of the New York jets and now. Spn commentator. And I'm sure you're talking again to a lot of Executives around the league in just General Terms Mike. How is this going to how this going to work? I mean you said they're gonNA have phone lines. Obviously they're gonNA have video but you know if you're the guy making the decision in that moment you gotTa make the pick and you've got scouts and you've got coaches and yeah I mean I know. Everybody has a different kind of draft room. How are they going to manage all just the communications when they're making those calls? Yeah I think what were your she a lot of this year and Kennedy Ohio. This was done. You know even in normal times everything. We'll be prepackaged. Which is you have a pretty good sense to say. Hey if we if we have these four players on the board we don't make trade. Let's decide ahead of time here. The four we're GONNA take in exactly what order so just in case something happens and again you know we lose align. The video conferencing goes out. We will have our decisions literally prepackaged and then there's something really really weird would happen and those four players are gone for whatever reason you know then ultimately the general manager just has to pull the trigger and you know the steward of the franchise do what's best but I think you'll see you know you'll have team say hey we're going to go with these four guys these five guys in this order. I I think they're probably a lot of people out there who are going to be watching the draft who who are in some part of them for the amusement factor are hoping to see some kind of a glitch when you're watching. Are you expecting to see something like that happened? I think when it's all said and done something will happen somewhere along the lines that you know two teams. We'll call it the same play your or I mean if all those perfect then let's tip our hats in the league and more people more poorly to the great. It people but at some point you know some player. Big a call from two teams just seems like over the course of three days. And several rounds. You know something can happen. I'd say Mike many many years ago I was the host of a draft Not on ESPN It was on the Internet. I it was the initial Israel Baseball League draft. I think it was the only Israel. Baseball League draft and Dan Duquette was in charge of the League. And we were doing it. I think from Cardozo Law School in downtown New York and it was all done over the Internet and he drafted for all the teams which is a different situation of I don't really know what I'm saying. Other than I wanted to bring up the old Israel Baseball League virtual dragons and done before but it was less complicated situation and dare I say less consequential. We had Jim Nagy on the show earlier and he was saying that he thinks this is a great draft And he also said that he thinks you can get players in the second and third round. It's a special draft in the sense that the deceleration between the players are going to be available in the second and third rounds is not that great from the players available in the first round. How do you feel about that assessment? I think certain positions I think falls off quickly at corner for example I figure falls off quickly at a pass rush but as it relates to. Let's say receiver or running back. I think that's pretty much true so I think we're seeing a lot of strategy. I think we're seeing how to really really good receivers go You know in the second third round guys that could come in and play and I think that's why you go back to veteran free agency TERMI and we saw a lot of receivers not get what they wanted. Because teams are looking at this year as receivers say like we. We should help ourselves. You know later on we you were making these calls yourself. Mike and you were assessing talent at the receiver position You know They're obvious factors that way into any kind of decision like that. But what were the things that were most important to you? I think it came down to really just a couple of fundamental things Taliban character and one steps before beating your baseline town like how good of a player are you. And then the character sets ceilings. Meaning how hard are you GonNa work? Will you avail yourself to resources to make yourself the best player possible and the more you can have a high floor and a high ceiling? That was out. You know. Obviously the best case scenario but I think this year what we're GonNa see in particular is. I believe we're going to see a lot of high floor players meaning players. That aren't risky players. That should for whatever reason have at least a solid career come from big schools You don't have to project a lot because not being able to get your hands on these players as much as you typically can I think is gonNA lead to a little bit more conservative. Serve decision making so. It really benefits Those players who are national TV every week played it. Big Programs is what you're saying the small school guys This this is not a good situation for them. Correct and I think for players to really unusual Situation with injury and doctors not being able to examine the player. I think it's going to hurt him in particular Even with all the other ways that you can assess that and all the other ways. They're trying I if they can't have their own doctors it. It's just another question mark that doesn't get answered and so it affects it that I mean that all makes sense. Yeah and and and again because you're dealing with such consequential decision making In terms of taking that player in the top five I think this year that injury particular. It's GonNa be hard to track that player so high. We're speaking with Mike Tanenbaum. Formerly the general manager the jets and the head of football operations with Miami Dolphins more than two decades in the NFL NOUN ESPN commentator. As the draft approaches Thursday night. We talked about this earlier in the show as well Mike. The talent versus character equation and talent is much easier to assess. Obviously when you talk about character and when you talk about adaptability To the situations one faces as a professional athlete in the team environment. Everything else How how do you come to decisions as an executive that you feel comfortable with assessing those things? When you know so much of it has to be guesswork Character ultimately in life. Germy comes down to how you treat people that can help you. How do you treat the waiter waitress? The bus driver the cab driver and when you're with a team work really really hard to try to figure that out so that's the part that You spend a lot of time with you. You rely on your area scouts. I was in an interesting situation. Going back to two thousand sixteen where Laremy. Tunsil had a video. That came out shortly before the draft. He had obviously hit a bump in the road and we relied on his character from his area. The the Scots report was very good and he was a good personality. Made a mistake. We drafted him when he was the Best Player. Town of refresh my memory Mike. I remember vaguely tunsil video. What was it so he was smoking with a gas mask on and it just looked awful. The time the optics was terrible and You know a lot of teams were scared away to draft the player. Even though he was he was the best player on our board. He was the best player on team. Sports and Became a great opportunity for us all the way thirteen. And we've got literally the best player on the board at thirteen without making a trade. Who's the guy out there this year that as an evaluator of football talent you're excited about? Who falls into kind of the sleeper category? Well asleep very bored but I because you know Jeremy. We talk a lot about how. There's like position less players now on offense someone like deebo. Samuel or even tyreek Hill Christian McCaffrey to a certain extent. Those are positioned less players on the offensive side of the ball. I think is as soon as could be on defense. He says you're good athlete. He can move around so much I think he's a guy that really could play A number of position so I can't wait to see what he looks like at the next level. We'll what where does he ended up spending most of his time lining up the the Isaiah Sims? The great player at a Clemson. I think he'll start off. Probably a safety athletically. He could do so much he can walk out and cover receivers man to man he can blitz. He could play in the box There's very few people like him if at all and He he's. He's a lot of fun to watch it. I know you know just being around some really creative defensive coaches people like ESPN REX. Ryan or Eric Mangini. Every day. Every week that game plans to look a little bit different and I'm really really excited to see what he could do as a pro player. Well it's going to be an interesting drafts in many respects Mike. We always appreciate your insights here on the show. Thanks for taking the time for us. Okay thanks so much for having me. I'm Jeremy CHIAPPA and you can listen to new editions of the sporting life every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and ESPN APP. Beginning at six. Am Eastern time..

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Also said why? Why wouldn't you? He's never done it before in his career so the first time he's going to be a free agent this interview at much longer are playing right. So we're not interviewing for media thing with him and he just wanted to comment on Fox media days all right all right. He works for us. That explains everything he could've been doing interviews interview for someone else but he's right. Tom Should explore it even if he's not going to lead here's the thing and Thompson handled. Aubrey reliance handle it. But why why. What do you mean you don't want to hear that? I WANNA see it. Nice Derek. jeter a bow on it seacrest out. There's no reason to see him in a charger. Listen I me personally after taking pay cut after after pay-cut and having no receivers this year And then having patients fans Bumi in the playoffs and that was pretty rough I might be a little inclined inclined to take a few date rating. That's like I remember. One time somebody Mariano Rivera for like have a kind of a scrappy end of his career got a couple bad performances and somebody boo he got booed Mariano Rivera. And I remember listening to talk show host in New York saying okay. We've broken a barrier. They can't blue Maury on Rivera. No you just have to say. Thanks for sixteen years. The rest of it will close is when you're struggling a level of ungrateful there that is just staggering. I mean obviously look Tom. Brady is not that sensitive but I do think he is going to explore a little bit. So the Texans didn't have a GM in two thousand nineteen after Firing Brian game last June and instead head coach Bill. O'Brien had control the direction of the organization. And now the team has made it official. And O'Brien Brian will be both the head coach and GM twenty twenty. Jack Easterby was also promoted to executive vice president football operations and the owner comic. Nair said this is the way we've been operating creating for the last eight months now. It's not like there are dysfunctional organization. But you continue to kind of reach this this ceiling thing and I feel like you gotta you gotTa make change if that's the situation by told you. There's a playoff team this year. That won't make it next year. It would not be the titans. It would be the Texans. Well we know we know half these playoff teams won't make that's just the way the NFL is. I'll tell you right now. Houston's not making the playoffs next year organizationally organizationally. They can't keep by the way Tennessee's for real variable can coach. I think the cultural finally get a quarterback another against Houston. They don't have a first round picked this year. I'm not sure if they have one next year. I don't have a first or a second next year. I'm being told. Houston I think Houston had a very brief window. Despite despite Sean I think the window shrink closer shading because the Shawn Watson is is a star so fun to watch and it would be great to see him in a game like this this weekend but yeah I I just feel like they constantly just keep hitting getting their heads on the ceiling and they they don't. They're stubborn not make a change like that. It's delegate a little bit what's the purpose of having Ryan Ryan everything first of all. It's hard enough to be a CO writes Mike. Holmgren is a great coach tried to be coached. GM He whiffed Bella checks biggest liability. The building is not as good as build a coach. Hanmi great at everything. Why would you WANNA be? There's not enough time in the day you guys love control. That's what it is. Finally the Redskins have the second overall pick in could drop the top player this year but Peter King says a team may have other plans.

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"There's a lot that he said, it's true. There's a lot that he said that I don't like about our business right now. But I went through it heated a story with me for Bleacher report, the word toxic to talk about the toxic environment with with LeBron. Now, he blamed the media ES. ESPN and be see some of those other outlets. They all aggregate it. And they just took the word toxic. It's toxic environment around. Lebron Katie said that the took a completely out of context, I've experienced it. So I know what he talks about. But this is a larger subject is going to be dealt with from the podium after a game until your point to that. You brought up a good point in regards to him being accountable for what happened with his tutor counter fake one. So it's kinda hard to balance those two and say was fake over here. But you did it. I think the challenge always is is that when sometimes when you deal with things that are out that are not real that's when irks you I remember dealing with stuff in Dallas in because it whole Toni Braxton, I said laugh people today still come up to me talk about Mike Brooks didn't have it. But you didn't see people run with it. No didn't have day. I'll be also. That gave me credibility to. But it never happened. But people ran with it, no matter how many times we said something to do something differently. People didn't want to hear it. So I get to point in regards to an athlete light that wants to control the narrative, but you can't control everything, you know, what I mean, you've voice it, but you do understand how to navigate through it at that level, or, you know, the blessing everyone's influenced by Jordan everybody that came out to Jordan, the blessing is we're seeing K D wearing on his sleeve and live in the moment right now instead of waiting for his hall of fame speech. We're all everything I'm pours and crying like living the moment. I love him for that. I like eighty nine before we go I like to say word or two about Jalen Ramsey, Tom Coughlin and voluntary football workouts. Seventy two year old Tom Coughlin old school approach to football isn't remotely outdated out of place or outrageous. He has every reason to be disappointed. That Ramsey is an attending the team's off season training activities Coughlin Jag. Guar entered last season as the sexy pick to stop doing dominance in the AFC after to start the Jaguars lost eleven of their next fourteen games. They didn't sniff the playoffs you can blame. It all on the poor play of quarterback. Blake Bortles that's easy. And then accurate whatever the calls Coughlin is determined not to see a repeat in two thousand nineteen a repeat would likely cost Coughlan his job as executive vice president football operations head coach Doug Marrone is in the same predicament. Jalen Ramsey, isn't winning doesn't dictate Ramsey's future. He's twenty four and extremely talented short of a catastrophic injury. Ramsey's gonna be in the NFL the next five to eight years. No matter what his teams do the importance of winning is what separates Coughlin and Rambis outlook on voluntary off season training activities..

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

14:31 min | 2 years ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Lively investors, Bank studio, boomer in jail on the fan across the country and CBS sports networks are talking about if John Harbaugh now the ravens are eliminated. If John Hough is made available by the Baltimore Ravens that means because he's under contract. There would be a trade at trade would be involved in to release him from his contract to get something back for John Harbaugh. And by the way, something that the jets are very familiar with. Because remember that they traded Bill Belichick to the New England Patriots. How that trade workout? They also traded for Bill Parcells from the New England Patriots. And don't forget that. They also traded Herm Edwards to the Kansas City Chiefs. There were two other big trades. Have head coaches one was Mike Holmgren from Green Bay to Seattle and the other one, of course, was maybe the biggest one of all that was Jon Gruden traded by Al Davis to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Now, the buccaneers gave up too. Two first round picks. I think third or fourth round pack, and if I remember correctly eight million dollars in cash to acquire Gruden to. I the second in eight million is that what it was. Okay. And that year that he was traded to the buccaneers the buccaneers oddly enough one ought to the Super Bowl with Gruden as their head coach. And they beat his former team that was coach I boy by Callahan in the Super Bowl where BARRET Robbins got lost in Tijuana before the game. Yeah. That's right center for the raiders. So there have been coaches that have been traded. There have been the jets have been involved in three of those trades and the interesting one for me, and I'm trying to figure out where you put John Harbaugh in the midst of all these traits. Boy, it also comes down to because there's mitigating circumstances. It comes down to who else is available wherever you are in your franchise all those things so to me because John Orban's head and shoulders the best candidate for the jets. You know, that's why you have to throw in the third overall pick to make it to make it. But now after that, I you know, I don't know what else she'd give up. I try not to give up anything else. But here, but here's the thing. So Herm Edwards try to extract a big race out of the jets. And he knew that he had the leverage by knowing that Kansas City wanted him as their head coach. Now, how does he know that especially if he's under contract jets? Of course, I mean, well, don't think for a moment that John Harbaugh. Does it know this? He knows it. He knows what's out there. His agents out there. You know calling. If you will all the ravens now know that too because every team that is interested in John contacted them after they got eliminated yesterday that well, I'm sure they have I'm not sure I don't know about that. But I do know that the ravens by putting out a press release two weeks ago saying that John Harbaugh is going to coach the team in two thousand nineteen are basically protecting themselves because they want if John Harbaugh is gonna leave. They're not gonna let them walk out the door. Sure, they're gonna want compensation in. In return for him. Yeah. And I'm sure a lot a lot of compensation in return for one believes oldest teams that would love to be able to acquire more draft picks. So yeah, I mean, it's it's a tough pill to swallow when you got the third overall pick. But if you're getting a coach like that, it seems to be worth it. I mean think about the compensation now the buccaneers, of course, it was one Super Bowl, but it was a Super Bowl and they beat the team he came from. And they dominated it. And it's a moment that they'll have forever. How weird is it that the jets have been involved in three of the five coaching trades? If you will. Checking par cells are involved in it. Right. So I guess you would say that they won the the parcels one. But they lost the had no choice check one. And I guess you could say because I think the compensation for Kansas City to the jets was was pretty minimal. I think the jets. Let me see Kansas City sent the jets a fourth round pick in exchange for Edwards. Yeah. I mean, the ballot check one they really had no shot. I mean, he wasn't gonna stay. There was the resignation deal. It was just it's not like it's not like they were like, you know, what we should shop Bill Belichick. I mean, it's just that's the situation than it was and they weren't just going to let them go because Adam under contracts, if you're trading for John Harbaugh, you're going to have to give up a lot. You are was a lot more than the third overall pick. I think you're going to have to. I personally sounds like to me you're going to have to give up at least the third overall pick and a couple of other picks and even. Some money. That's what it sounds like to me. That's the that's the credibility that he will bring to your sideline whoever the team has that traits for I'm not just talking about the jets. Now, I'm talking about any one of those eight teams that have have coaches openings the dolphins as well would probably be very very interested in that particular situation. Then again, I I don't necessarily know that he would want to go there. That's the other thing where does he wanna go? Herm Edwards knew where he wanted to go. Coach Belichick Newry wanted to go. You know, that's the thing. Ballot. Check was the same way, you know, he resigned as h c of the NYJ, and he knew that crap wanted them do that craft was going to give him what he wanted. And he wanted to go up there and shop for the groceries up there. Craziness that the jets were evolving three of these things. Gary's in New Jersey. What's going on Gary? Hey, good morning. This you made mention about how much it benefited the jets when they got the big toner. And then and then boy you said about the first round I was always the first second third and fourth round first round picks in each one, which they all went over to New England and took the number one, which was a big line. And I think it's an him somewhere. But when that point on if you look at all of that. And then the great quarterback that they drafted they build a dynasty for years. Also, this also that I thought it was the worst ever because the state too long and. Bill, Belichick coaches and umbrella. Gary, Gary, Gary, Gary check didn't want to be here. Gary Bill, Bill Belichick did not want to be here. So they had to trade him. He did not he walked into Steve gotten. Instead I resign as c of the NYJ. He's talking about the parcels trade talking about big tuna. When they send when when when the owner has he wanted to win so bad. That he made that big deal, and they send over. And it just gave all them first round second round third round draft picks. They all went to New England. And then took that number one which was a big offensive lineman, and they repeat everything. And at the end of the day, though, you know, if you really want to blame somebody for all of this is that the big torn, I know how many times are you gonna say? I didn't stay long enough. I mean, if you're gonna extracts, the this is the thing that I'm saying if you going to try go and get a head coach, and you're going to trade from you better. Make sure this this guy's in for the long haul that this isn't that'd be some guys just gonna come and grab the money and then leave. Yeah. You know what I mean? I mean, John Harbaugh's a lot younger than Bill Parcells was at that point. I mean, I don't know. I still don't you still think though that Parcells going the jets was a really really important deal for them. I understand take him to AFC championship game. You're you run into a team that wins the Super Bowl you lose that one of the Denver Broncos. Okay. Next year. He came back with a low teeny and unfortunate injury with a torn achilles with Vinny Testaverde and that season fell apart. But I mean, I still if you look at the history this organization, I mean that stretch there you got to an AFC title game adult barcellos when you came from garbage and one in fifteen I mean that ended up being a pretty damn good stretch for that. And and I always felt that he screwed Bill Belichick. Okay, one. They both were with the jets because after that last game last Sunday night game. Coach Parcells if I remember correctly. Resigned as head coach or retired as head coach of the jets and was going to run the franchise and by resigning the head coach job or retiring from the head coach job that automatically put into place a clause and Bella checks contract that made him the head coach of the jets. Yeah. As opposed to allowing his buddy his confidant his defensive coordinator that he was a part of all the success that they had together allowing his buddy to go shop for the groceries somewhere else. And I think he did that because he felt like he needed to protect the jets and Leon Hess. That's why I felt like he did it. But so it comes down to do I help Bill Belichick Goto the patriots and let him go or do. I resign and protect the jets and at least get some compensation compensation back for ballot. Check if he leaves and we ended up trading him. So. Basically stabbed his buddy in the back. But he also protected the jets, right? And I don't know. Who the patriots selected with those draft picks and have to go back and see the first round draft choice in ninety nine second round in ninety eight and third and fourth in in ninety eight as well. And that was and that was for parcels parcel. So I mean, I don't I don't know. I just I remember that time being they need to go out. And do something to stabilize the franchise and get a leader like that after a one in fifteen season. They did he immediately turned them into a good team. And then the third of the second year. He was there. They went to a title game. I mean, come on. You know? I mean, I was pretty now. He didn't stay long enough. You're right. I mean, the idea was for him to stay longer than that. And it didn't work out. But he he retired because he he retired from the coaching ranks because he forced Bella checks hand in his own contract that kept them as the the jets head coach until he ultimately resigned. Right. That was documented in that two bills ESPN thirty for thirty deal with they did a pretty good job with that. All right. Let's go to fill in Philly. What's going on Phil in Philly? Good morning, gentlemen. How are you? What's up, man? Are you still taking my call? First of all, I wanna thank boomer size, and for founding boomer size and foundation 'cause an old buddy of mine told me on Friday night, if it wasn't for the boomer or size and foundation and paying for his meds. Which was a pretty penny. He would be dead and second, please. Please fellas. Keep picking against Nicole, Nicole. Song cloud nine down here. It's ridiculous, man. It's it's ridiculous. I mean, Cody parkey just got to kick a forty three or field goal. And and we're not even talking about Nick foles. I know I mean, this is the tallest of tasks said he has right here for this season. Great to be the tallest task into Chicago. Number one choice scored sixteen points. It wasn't like, you know, they they ran Chicago's defense out of the building. I obviously beating the patriots in the Super Bowl. It's going to be impossible to really duplicate that. But I mean going into New Orleans with the season that they've had in place where they seem on beatable not actually believe it or not lost week one in the bucks there, which is nuts to think about that. Now. All right. So the patriots in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. Yeah. Had to number one draft picks Robert Edwards running back into Bucky Jones defensive back. They had to number two draft picks, Tony Simmons and rod Rutledge. They had to number three draft picks Chris Floyd, and Greg spires. That's ninety eight okay. And ninety nine they had to number one draft picks. One of them was from the jets Damien. Woody. Okay. And atty. Addi Andy cats and Moyer linebacker from Ohio safe. Remember him? Right. Okay. So which one of those was the jet while Damien Woody is the big offense of some. So maybe that's the from the guy who said the big tuna. Yeah. Yeah. So I mean, okay. And then if you wanna go the other ones. Third and fourth picks in this April strips, so the nineteen Ninety-seven draft he'd have to go to the third and fourth round picks ninety seven they had Cedric Shaw a running back out of Iowa. Chris Carter was third rounder DB out of Michigan. I mean, they had Damon Denson was a guard at Michigan. With the fourth pick. And also edit this is ninety seven now at Ellis was a fourth to pick a tackle out of buffalo. So fliegelman is telling me that the Damian what he pick was not the one from the jets, and it was actually the other one. So the cats in Moyer one so. That they didn't build their dynasty on the picks. The jets. So the big tuna train was probably worth it for the jets. You know? I mean there today he brought he brought exactly what the jets need to remember because they were coming out of the Rich Kotite years. Yes. And they were the laughing stock of the NFL to me. It was worth taking stock was worth one hundred percent. He won four games in thirty two games. So he has four and twenty eight as the jet head coach find me the one of those these trades that really wasn't worth. And what was the compensation for home run was that a lot? So the obviously the bell chicken Parcells ones ended up being worth it for those two teams. Mike holmgren? He signed let me see. He got an eight year four million dollars a year total control contract over the football operations to Seattle back in ninety nine. So it was a second round pick. He was also executive vice president football operations the Packers receive the Seahawks second round pick forty-seven. I mean roll. So every one of these examples has been worth now. He didn't have a ton of success. All is not that. I'll take right exactly. And they went to the Super Bowl is two thousand and five was that the Steelers won with home grain, right? 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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Ireland ESPN LA Momo is here along with O'Shea Jackson, junior, and as most people know now it's be honest as everybody knows. I am a huge ramps fan section six part of the Rams nation. You know, they often asked this question at the Los Angeles, Memorial Coliseum hose house, and you know the answer right Mason's house house ranch house. The real voice? Yeah. Who's station. Red stay. Joining us right now is the, oh, an executive vice president football operations for the Los Angeles Rams Kevin off Kevin. How are you? Man, I wanna be as excited as you are. Come on, man. It's football. You guys have teed this thing up like crazy. There is such an -ticipant I think about where you were one year ago today in terms of who the Rams were in town and where you are now, it is just it's light years, man. You've got to be thrilled. I am thrilled and integrate credit Sean into Lassen what they've been on the field and stand for continuing to develop the stadium and a team. We can all believe in. And now it's time for us to go out and hopefully prove all these pundits, right? Just like we proved them all wrong a year ago. So I don't know how that works. Let's let's go through kind of the Aaron, Donald contract negotiations we had heard for for a number of weeks that it was going to get done that it was close to being done that they're both sides. Were were moving along the track towards the deal. Did it go the way they that you hope described the entire process. Well, I think the end question is that go the way we hope Aaron is the ram for the next seven seasons. And I think at the end of the day, that was what was most important to us was to find a contract for Aaron. They made sure that he could spend his entire career with the Rams rewarded him for being the unbelievable county is I think less says it does..

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Every year every year you know what and they make us sound like you know we're we're crying wolf the sky is falling when we say this catch rule you're making it more complicated the nfl's rulemaking committee is poised to change the sports controversial catch rule by eliminating provisions related to slight movement of the receipt of the football and the receivers hands and going to the ground requirement is from mark maske he's with the washington post still isn't mclovin yes the modifications could be finalized today and present it to owners of the thirty two nfl teams next week's annual meeting in orlando this according to troy vincent the league's executive vice president football operations we worked backwards vincent said in a phone interview we looked at plays and said do you want that to be a catch and then we applied that to the rule slight movement of the ball it looks like will reverse that going to the ground it looks like that's going to be eliminated and we'll go back to the old replace standard of reverse the call on the field only when it's indisputable boy but then you have this as i've been saying at the top of my lungs the new rule will eliminate the requirement that a receiver who is in the process of going to the ground while making a catch must maintain control of the football wall on the turf to be awarded legal catch according to troy vincent the dez bryant play that would be a catch the jesse james play that would be a catch.

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Wireless best phones best networks no con tracks monday night football bengals steelers now we went into this knowing we're gonna see some hits right these are division rivals they've played the postseason agassi santa's birth is definitely accentuated some of that physical play but it wasn't just the ryan chaisiri had the media think about it that was really just kind of an isolated situation a freak injury hopefully he's going to be okay but the other stuff the cheap shots the dirty hits now that's not isolated to this game in fact it's been a recurring issue we know the nfl has tried to clamp down on the unsafe hits aid today's news is that there are actually considering doing would college football is doing a targeting rule that referees could review a play and actually eject a player right away on a certain type of it i e a defenceless player college football has it nfl does not troy vincent the nfl's executive vice president football operations quote we've seen at work it's worked to a degree it's clean meaning it's rather handled quickly rather quickly so it's on the agenda of the nfl to consider this coming offseason just to incentivize players to act more cautiously now personally this is a sidebar i have no problem with the hit on volunteers bertha ct as long as he's ok obviously don't wanna you're so when but this is a guy who is racked up hundreds of thousands of dollars of fines they're not working his identity is toeing the line and crossing it if he has to a fifteen yard penalty and a fine and maybe even a suspension here and there is not working he needed to have his bell rung juju smith schuster knew that did it it happened but the problem is there's no real ramifications for players to stop doing this so where are we as a football fan base let us know your thoughts eight eight eight say espn eight eight eight.

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on KOIL

"The nfl to dedicate a month to social activism now i don't know about you but i watched that a forty nine is rands game and i saw a couple of games over the weekend and there's a lot of empty seats in the nfl was absolutely freaking out about a number of things one is of course for some cities not a lot of people going into the seats these days attendance i believe is down and certainly the television ratings are down and despite the fact that there are polling after polling is pulling after polling that shows that two people simply are sick and tired of the act emit activism in the nfl you've got these four players now who have sent a memo to nfl commissioner roger goodell and nfl executive vice president football operation troy vincent requesting that the league help in creating awareness month for racial equality and criminal justice reform the memo which was obtained by yahoo sports was sent to goodell and vinson by here's the foresee hawks defensive end michael bennett ego safety malcolm jenkins eagled wide receiver torry smith and retired wide receiver and kwon bolden so the big question is this what will the nfl do this is the last thing my friends at the nfl wants i'm sure that when they got this they were they were more than likely face bombing the memos says as players whom have been advocating for social justice for the past year we appreciate the opportunity to engage with you the league ownerscoaches a gm's to make our communities stronger and my two cents on that is if you want to make your community stronger make them safer do something about the dropout rate do something about the gangs if you wanna help to communities and if you wanna make the community stronger you have to make the people within the community's frankly we better people the member reads as we shared with you the silence following our individual and collective demonstrations around the national anthem to raise awareness to racial inequality and issues surrounding criminal justice reform has been met with inconsistencies him press coverage and perceived lack of support just an amazing a mouthful lack of selfawareness coming from these players in the nfl we have a lot more coming up on chris plante show this chris plante show.

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on WTMA

"Getting medicine chris plante it's chris plante show at eight six thirty ninety six twenty care about this prominent nfl players want the nfl to dedicate a month to social activism now i don't know about you but i watched that a forty nine is rams game and i saw a couple of games over the weekend and there's a lot of empty seats and yet fell was absolutely freaking out about a number of things one is of course for some cities not a lot of people going into the seats these days attendance i believe is down and certainly the television ratings are down and despite the fact that there are polling after polling is polling after polling that shows that two people simply are sick and tired of the act amid activism in the nfl you've got these four players now who have sent a memo to nfl commissioner roger goodell and nfl executive vice president football operation troy vincent requesting that the league help in creating an awareness month for racial equal lady and criminal justice reform the memo which was obtained by yahoo sports was sent to dallin vinson by here's the foresee hawks defensive and michael bennett egos safety malcolm jenkins eagles wide receiver torry smith and retired wide receiver ann quon bolden so the big question is this what will the nfl do this is the last thing my friends at the nfl wants i'm sure that when they got this they were they were more than likely face bombing the memos says as players whom have been advocating for social justice for the past year we appreciate the opportunity to engage with you league owners ownerscoaches at gm's to make our communities stronger mit cents on that is if you want to make your community stronger make them safer do something about the dropout rate do something about the gangs if you want to help the communities and if you wanna make the community stronger you have to make the people within the community's frankly better people the number reads as we shared with you the silence following our individual and collective demonstrations around the national anthem to raise awareness to racial inequality and issues surrounding criminal justice reform is been met with inconsistencies impress coverage and perceived lack of support just an amazing amount of lack.

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It look like things can always get altered and you look at dolphins executive vice president football operations mike tannenbaum he's been known to make some big slashes for quarterback airfreighted for brett far he traded up to draft mark sanchez he traded for tim tibo if he's looking to make a big splash be looking to take a risk you outside of jay cutler it called capping obviously would be the guy that you would look at is going to be tracked what is there anything else you can do right now that would make a splash is there anyone else that you think of that you think miami dolphins okay that they pulled this off they might have to give up a bunch ford but this would be an outstanding grab i mean calvin johnson was like you still wants to play i mean if you get cava johnson on your team i mean now you're talking big football and you get a backup quarterback serves will backup quarterback with a cut laura catholic i mean now you're now you're watch dolphin football which you don't say it last arm appearances at the office i'll play to give some but from a from a big scale standpoint we always correlate the dolphins would from tour it i mean at that point there'd been out of joe you know him do have a dose of right you i mean you talk to put no but if you put the dolphins you get the dolphins auditor i mean you get calvin johnson possibly in in a big time backup quarterback or star quarterback you don't some leases out there in leases out matt moore turns thirty three next week a you know who's 32 years old now who darko miljacka oh did you know that obviously a notorious mba as seen as a boston for detroit and one of the biggest must maybe in in nba history his story though is going to be told an exclusive interview on east sixty sunday nine am eastern time on espn and the espn app i seems to have seen the commercials ford he said he got to a point where he actually hated basketball while that's that's that's a.

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Be uh you know something that they definitely have to steal and i think they're going to have to bring in some serious competition you know not just you know a typical backup quarterback i think you're going to have to look at somebody like a jay cutler um or calling capper nick and and you know jay cutler notice system well he played what adam gaetan two thousand fifteen with the chicago bears so he can cata come in uh you know without much of a learning curve at this point and it's layton to see the kind of need that uh but really willing to give up his push tv job uh you know to kinda come in it'd be met most backup i i really don't pick a guy like cutler uh is willing to do that then the obviously that's james walker reporting his thoughts your reaction to the trust or faith that appears that he feels wall mentors mental unseen guys have a relationship with him he was in the playoffs uh with the team so you know people understand they love them they're fine beloved doesn't when you games need a guy fled i'll get it done and that they can get a he had eight touchdowns last year he had 3 inception matt moore is the average quarterback cap has playoff experessed been there done at type of guy to rally the team i believe in cap electrical love doesn't when you gain love doesn't when you games i mean that it's up to me it it's it's it's funny because you talking about system in being comfortable and what does it look like things can always get altered and you look at dolphins executive vice president football operations mike tannenbaum he's been known to make some big splashes for quarterback perforated for bread far he traded up to draft mark sanchez he traded for tim tibo if he's looking to make a big splash fbi's looking to take a risk you outside of jay cutler it called catholic obviously would be the guy that you would look at is going to be attract what is there anything else you can do right now that would make a splash is there anyone else that you think of that you think miami dolphins okay that they pulled this off they might have to give a.

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Armor game and now i'm sitting with you as you find out you're going to the jacksonville jaguars what is this moment like for you louisiana guy yes stayed near home and now you're up to the next level man for won't get out of the man who has a pleasant you know what what what are him i won't be met mac of came along with as a kid and now i mean football public discipline as one of my last out a plan and never know thinking here you know uh uh i mean to me top top ten a lago ahead of opposition to get picked somewhere me i'm blessed wound from a lotta okay well i wound from a lot of people say they played in the of i'm bless you the way you're a saint augustine guys at marshall fox on it good footsteps me of enormous for for a long time man he's agreement to the great to talk to you the same same place while from gripping osama vomit so as one of the villa well i got to tell you a good friends will come good friends with marcus fears and other guys out of the la lsu there are you had a lot of good things to say about you said your physical running back regarded can handle ball to twenty twenty five that's going to be that bill calif often into battering ram i would ask you this question do you feel like you're game translate in terms of what they're going to ask you do down in jacksonville you feel like it's going to be able to translate we can at that instant impact most definitely mammy i'm god gifted you know uh i work hard at the the freshman in college three three for tuesday the front of me our our to put up with this each and every practice you know so i'm willing to do whatever it takes to make the impact to come to the team but let me give you a word of advice the executive vice president football operations tom call was my former head coach the new york times five.

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"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"executive vice president football operations" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

"He's been told in fact he was told by a source the bill bela check told i wouldn't trade drop low for four first round draft picks which to me is misleading because that doesn't mean he wouldn't trading for two first round draft picks very coah on bill billet checks part there tony romo is still man without a home but you'll find one here soon i'm going to guess poll question which quarterback will be a pro bowl quarterback this upcoming season the club an romo by a mile i see that we see that the browns are not going to i don't think they're going to keep brock osweiler and in fact if you see their press release from there are executive vice president football operations saw she brown he talks about we're really excited to acquire a second round draft choice in his trade that's not that's how they start to statement then they get to come to the last line and we look forward to having brock come in and compete but didn't bode well i mean i guess they love that second round pick and brock osweiler is going to be on the market should nfl free agency keep small along there probably defensive players will take center stage today and mention the trade groth low in is cryptic post was he hacked did he do it in so was he with his role is now he would talk a game last by paul yet he posted something at the chicago blackhawks but he's from scott that's probably hell this went down i'm guessing and was for the morning three and a lot i'm michigan avenue hotel rough night it you know your the law get the large wherever maybe three i am i must be lonely dirk ans match box twenty playing on the jukebox yes richie and that is some kind a hoax in your dropped below did you make every attempt a ticket down the second year you're a bad or is there something about being all over the news in that you know brady.

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