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Looking Back at the Tulsa Race Massacre 100 Years Later

1A

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Looking Back at the Tulsa Race Massacre 100 Years Later

"Back to our commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the Tulsa Race massacre with us, Phoebe are stubble filled forensic anthropologist at the University of Florida. And Greg Robinson, a Tulsa political activist. They're both descendants of survivors from the massacre. We're also hearing from Yuko camo kid tweeted. I never knew about it Until recently. I suspect it was not mentioned in my history class is in central Indiana in the fifties and sixties, and Greg wrote on Facebook. I first heard about it, circa 1998 on a news program on ABC. Utterly shocked by the story and equally so by not ever having heard in a report or reference to the attack. Previously we heard from a number of people in Oklahoma, including John in Tulsa and Martha and Grove. I was 40 years old. When I first heard about the race massacres. The first time I ever heard about this wasn't about 2000 and two And what's so sad is I grew up only 80 miles away. I was at the Greenwood Center on a field trip with high school freshman I returned on the bus with them and made the comment that I hadn't heard one single word growing up in Tulsa. For the previous 40 years. I then took my young child to Tulsa toe. Learn about it. And when he went back to his school, his teacher told him that that was a rumor. And she had never heard of that. It really shook me. This story needs to be told to our entire country so that it never ever happens again. Break what happened to the survivors after the massacre took place. Well, there was a few different things that occurred. We understand that about 60% of the people who endured the massacre. Escaped into other cities migrated up on each other parts of the country and actually didn't return.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

Pod 4 Good

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

"Can they do that? Greg Tulsa Dot. Com Greg for Tulsa on all of the social media outlets. I think we even have take talk organizers at this point. Then that Greg for Tulsa volunteers on Facebook, I think has over a thousand folks and growing. So all of those places, we're very active in communicating with our volunteers with our supporters join in the movement the campaign we want to hear Your Voice WanNa hear how you WanNa Make Tulsa better. For. Also, well done and making sure that your signs were bigger than Coho signs. So, your lawn signs fight I can't win the hype battle with Mike. Into? What man complex and make. Larger To confuse people saw. Think so much for joining us today and hopefully after after the runoff. You are still in the running and maybe we can have you on again and we can talk more about how you make more. Equitable and vibrant place. Thank you Jessie. Thank you. Chris. Average. Thank you. Thank you all for listening to our conversation with Greg to find out more about his campaign and how you can get evolved. You can go to his website Greg for Tulsa Dot com also, there are multiple groups on facebook And check them out Greg for Tulsa Greg volunteers all of those.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

Pod 4 Good

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

"Well, the thing I love about organizing is the result of the campaign was loss, but organizing is actually all about building power within the communities in which you are, and so while the campaign result was a loss, actually the the benefit to me was, for instance, being in in in Dallas when I was in the Arts district there, which is known as kind of Oak Cliff. I was able to engage with the latter makes community and get them politically involved. They were trying to elect their first lap they next representative in. North. Texas at time if you can believe that for just getting them engaged in teaching them the organizing skills was incredibly power When I started my campaigning, the story I tell Lofton is I was knocking on doors and I was knocking in kind of a single muggers home, a sort of neighborhood. And a young man answered the door and I gave him my spiel and he after I finished he said to me hey, I was brought before Barack got elected man broke. Now you get the hell off my porch. was incredibly heartbreaking to me right because I had on this sue was coming from from the university and I was working for the first black president and I'm a young man and I'm changing the world right and he brought me back down to earth and said, remember where you can't. This community is just like the lesson that I took from daddy as how people really don't believe government works for them. It is our job to teach them that they actually have a voice in they have a responsibility to demand that it does right and so the wind that I got out of that campaign was not just Barack Winnie. But. The that city that I worked in elected their first black female mayor in the also passed an ordinance that pushed the bus kept the bus routes going past six PM. Can you imagine right? Exactly. You imagine not hiring buses that run after six pm but it was this sort of city where there were the haves and the have not in in. Florida. When I worked for the Hilary Clinton, campaign again act traveled from Iowa to Alabama to Missouri and then to Florida working organizing up in communities that have been long forgotten, just giving them the inspiration giving them the hope giving them the tools to say regardless of whether we win or not you all now have the tools to impact their community. That's really what I. took away and and so when I came back to Tulsa. That's the work that we've done. The reason that there were thousands of people protesting in the streets of Brookside in Tulsa Oklahoma right. Going as far as to shut down a interstate or half an hour was not just because we woke up one day and decided that's what we wanted to do. It's because we organized and built power months to people and said, hey, we can do something about the issues that we're facing and to me that's why this campaign of Mine it makes ludicrous to some but to me and to folks who have been. Working in this space it feels like a very natural progression because it is saying that, hey, we've been in City Hall. Now we've created we've research we've we know what solutions are to the issues, and if we don't have a mayor or leadership at his willing to go the extra mile to to help us get those things done, then we'll do it ourselves because we feel empowered to do that and so to me. Even if you don't agree with me, that's Okay I essentially just want to create a Tulsa where there is more civic action more civic responsibility I think we'd get better as a city I don't want to own the city of Tulsa..

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"greg robinson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It everybody thanks so much for joining us big Thursday show what I say big Thursday show I mean big Thursday show coming up this morning on the program let's talk NFL with Peter king author of Monday morning in America of course long time NFL scribing personality Peter king is going to join us coming up here in our number two and our number three first goal also do more NFL with us more football from CBSSports dot com he has argued that the Cincinnati Bengals hold all of the leverage in the Joe burrows situation should they draft Joe burrow Prisco things burl has to play there will talk to him about that take coming up on the show in approximately two hours from now and NBA it with I in eagle from the NBA on T. and T. L. drop on by an hour number three all of that coming up this morning on the show guest why he's also XFL ratings were dropping in week number two should that league be worried about it how much you weed it did Greg Robinson it needed Iraq not the coach the player although fans of teams that the coach coached for would need just as much weed is Greg Robinson was hauling over the border yesterday how much soda does Tyson fury need well del land back in New York and M. L. B. P. a partially to blame for the Astros nonsense all that coming up this morning on the show plus we are still to our news and more any of those topics want to jump in on let's do it hit us up on the phone today five five two one two for CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven on Twitter hit me up D. A. on CBS NFL fans hearts a flutter a proposed expansion to the NFL postseason floated yesterday a game plan where an extra playoff team would be added to both the AFC and NFC currently the way that it stands as most of you know for division winners in the a FC four division winners in the NFC two wild cards meaning that the top two seeds have a body and then the bottom two division winners played the two wild cards in the new proposed expansion adding a seventh playoff team only the top seed would get a by and then two three four five six seven play three wild card games in the NFC and three wild card games in the a FC also upon this proposal there'd be a seventeen regular season game so why why now well the CBA's coming up in twenty twenty one so this is when you can negotiate that but also because the owners and the league of in trying to figure out a solution to losing the pre season they realized the pre seasons garbage coaches don't want it don't need it because the stars don't play basically it's an annoyance for everybody and it's embarrassing because every year for a month we all gripe about how bad the pre season this and so the NFL is saying okay how do we get rid of content nobody likes and add content that they like so I've got some problems with it there are some pluses but there are minuses is the new playoff proposal because this is just a proposal this has not been ratified the story is if they can work out a new CBA this offseason that expanded playoffs could happen by January which feels like a break neck pace would expanded postseason be Goleta for the NFL it is where we begin your cold open that really changed a thing just how the playlists play out in a fairly what I do think that it will offer is those teams that we see it every year right the team that you know they stacked division like go in and it's the south where you have to double digit win teams and they get beat out for a playoff spot or a wild card spot for an eight day eight or nine and seventeen in a nother division and what that will work is that everybody that deserves an opportunity to get in will get in now.

Browns Lineman Greg Robinson Allegedly Caught With 157 Pounds of Marijuana in Car

AP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Browns Lineman Greg Robinson Allegedly Caught With 157 Pounds of Marijuana in Car

"Letter former Auburn University stand out in a Phil offensive tackle Greg Robinson is being held without bond el Paso Texas after he and another man were arrested with one hundred fifty seven pounds of marijuana in a rented vehicle the drug enforcement agency says when their car passed a border patrol agent his drug sniffing dog alerted to the pot Robinson played the last two seasons with Cleveland as in so non restricted free agent he could at twenty

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Death toll rises as tornado hits Alabama

Nick Digilio

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Death toll rises as tornado hits Alabama

"The death toll in rural Alabama stints at nearly two dozen but the sheriff of Lee county near the border with Georgia says that could rise today. It was an f three tornado with the base a half mile wide, Greg Robinson's with the Alabama emergency management. There has been some discussion from the tornado. They'll be out again today. Surveying that damage an eight year old girl is reportedly among the

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"greg robinson" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on Nickel Package

"Because what is also an arguable is that they have very very talented defensive roster. Yeah. I mean, they have foundational pieces on defense. Right. We talked a lot about Larry good Jobe mouse care podcast award. Joe Schober te demands Randall's been really good up and down the roster. You see guys you want in that organization for a while. And this third defensive Devia, which I mentioned we'll go down a little bit after last week. I think they've been a lot better pass defense than run defense. And you see a lot of issues with tackling, and they were talk-, Greg Williams, and his aggression con exposed by the chiefs and their screen game. But defense is not the problem with this team. It is offense in how it's been deployed. Baker Mayfield has just been brutalized over the last few weeks. Desmond Harrison the left after Joe Thomas retired there kind of at a panic situation left tackle, he's been a huge issue. They had Greg Robinson slide over. And that was a slight you might remember the former number two overall pick who was traded to Cleveland. So he said over, but it was a little bit better. But that's something that's going to have to be fixed. There was some promising stuff in the last game. You finally saw them using Nick Chubb after they traded away Carlos Hyde. And he looks really really good to me just breaking tackles all over the place. They're using the passing game as well. But. I think they're going to have to improve the receiver position joke who's been fine. But I can't imagine Brown's ham fans are thrilled watching what Josh Gordon's doing. Organizational and your point since we're talking. I mean, if we're gonna take time to celebrate the towns where you're right if I remember correctly, you really didn't love the Dinsdale war pick. But then award. Oh, yeah. Yeah. No, no, please. I've cut that L numerous. Catch before. Did you said catch sales feel that you take? I don't think you catch else. I take I take him. I catch them like septum. I subscribe to them they're maneuvers every time. The Panthers come up on this podcast me. I offered the caveat that I deserve all the ELLs in the world. But. We're not gonna talk about on this. But to be fair. No one could have -ticipant it that the oldest offense of coordinator in the league was going to somehow figure out how to to incorporate one of the more modern quarterbacks in the league into what it seems to be a pretty impressive office who it's like. The polls were in your favorite. Just didn't turn out right way. Rapid is on the offense. So what do you think Baker Mayfield needs, right? Because if we're going to say coaching, we're going to say the owner bringing to talk about losing, Gordon, and maybe not getting everything out of the run game and having issues offensive line. Like where do you focus your energies in terms of building around Mayfield? If you're the Cleveland Browns, I think obviously, it's with coaches and not just with a head coach. But it's with offense coordinator and quarterback coach. And I remember when we wrote that piece on Lamar Jackson, we spent a lot of time talking to people, including our very own Matt Hasselbeck about how young quarterbacks can grow. And and what's most important in the most important thing that he said is having a veteran in the room with you. And also having a good quarterback coach that can help you day to day with a small offense coordinator has to worry about entire offense. And obviously they should be tied closely with the quarterback and making sure they have played that they're comfortable with. But the. Minor gains that will turn out to be major results on the field will come from him working with a good quarterback coach. But I'll throw the question back to as. Do you think that baker's the guy? He got them their first win..

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"greg robinson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In untouched into the end zone. That was Don Muncie in on the Clemson Tigers network, each Ian was awesome. Two hundred three yards rushing over seven yards per clip added three touchdowns to it. And he really was the offense the Tigers. But like I said that's a big boy dry. Chase Bryce from deep within his own end zone and the fourth down stick that throw was perfect. There's a lot of guts. But I'll tell you that Syracuse college football program also is completely different under Dino babies. It's amazing. Greg Robinson had lit fire to it. One of the single worst coaching jobs of all time is what Greg Robinson data after taking over the program for Paul pass colonie for years. Syracuse football was a nine or a ten win plateau top twenty five ranked most of the time winning the big east or shares the big east and Dan Greg Robinson takes over and they're losing to Toledo and Akron by two touchdown to the carrier dome. Just embarrassment Robinson is a total disgrace. So he leaves it in shambles the takes Doug Marrone, and he builds up to a certain degree. They get to seventy five or so pinstripe balls and Texas balls that it falls back down hard towns under Scott Shafer and the last two year, they're four and eight four and eight and yet this year, they were Ford and getting vote the top twenty five, and they just went toe to toe and hung with Clemson on the road at. Death valley. That's an amazing job by babies and in Syracuse circles that almost feels like a win because that's the bar right there being able to go on the road to go toe to toe with that team everybody ACC tried to do it very few do it. And they did it yesterday. But credit the Tigers. They got that championship blood that championship DNA and they showed it yesterday afternoon. Game of the day, Ohio State and Penn State's in Happy Valley and the Nittany lions had led. And yet here we're the buckeyes surging late and grabbing the lead.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Hey, ram alert. I look up and Greg Robinson has been flagged new. You don't say, again, you don't need to give up a sack on the play before he's as those are the two things. He's good at penalties, holding penalties that is a penalty. Greg Robinson was the number two pick overall number two overall pick, and it happens all the time. So maybe the answer is it's just it's really, really hard to get right. But how do you if you of all the football players available? You get to pick second. How do you get a guy that just flat out campway he, you know, it's funny if you lined up all of the left tackles or offense of tackles in the NFL and just did athlete drills, he would stand out. He is tremendous. He is strong. He is as strong as soon Donald. They work out with the dusty dumbbells. He is that athletic in that strong, but something happens to him when he goes on the field, his technique just goes to, you know what? Yeah, it's terrible. He. He doesn't even know how to hold properly. It's obvious when. Does there's an art to that. Play hockey, like one of the tricks that was taught to me as like when you check a guy because I'm short, then I'm short now, and so a lot of bigger guys, the pound you on the top of your head where you take a guy as you, you're going on the boards. He check them in the boards, and as you're leaving, you take the butt end of your stick and you're, you're skating away and you just take the button and you've stick it under their shoulder pads. And as you push off to go rejoin, the play you, the butt end goes up under the that hurts and it's uncomfortable and it's like bleep, you dude quit doing that. And it's it's, it's a technique. It's impossible to see, doesn't look like anything. You're not looking at the guide in swing. There is a way to cheat. Yeah, every professional receiver pushes off, it's just the good ones. It's almost imperceptible cone they're doing Hobie is a master. This kringle master est grabbing a guy where how you put an arm on all these little things that are illegal, but you can't catch him doing except Greg can't figure that out. And is it something that can't be taught or it's been, you've been through coaches that have tried like guys, I'm not saying they can't be talking not be taught to him. That's what I meant. You've been through coaches that have tried and it's it hasn't taken yet. So it's kind of flipped that the Rams coming in the last season and the Niners were expected to be at the bottom half of the NFC west that it was the Seahawks at the top, and then the cardinals had made their run that the Niners in the Rams are at the back end. And then the Rams go, eleven, five win the division. It feels like Seahawks are coming unglued. The cardinals are, like you said, kind of in a weird spot with their quarterbacks do his Co. because new head coach Sam, Bradford when he's right, which is an often. But when he is he's pretty good, doesn't make mistakes with the ball, right? Yeah, he's a Martin's. He's a pretty good football player. You get David Johnson back. So he's a fraud, ably FitzGerald still awesome. Yes, but the Niners are the ones that we keep hearing about are probably the second best team in the division, and I know that they want..

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"greg robinson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the US all of them were American citizens the j. ACL became the. Main intermediary between the US government and Japanese Americans during, World War Two but, Greg Robinson says many enquiries, disliked the j. ACL indeed the Japanese American citizens league which, had, supported, mass removal As a temporary war strategy into show their. Patriotism was hunted within the camps Japanese American citizens the activists actually beaten. Up and, threatened, opponents of the JCL suspected there were informants for camp thirties and the government there was a. Special label for informants Ainu Japanese for dog in the fall, of nineteen forty two actions by the j. ACL helped spark a riot at Nansen are in. California after Pearl Harbor Japanese Americans were Ben from the lottery service Eric Muller at a conference in Salt. Lake City the j. ACL leaders. Gathered and announced that they wanted Japanese-Americans to be able to resume serving in the army and in. Fact go off and spill their blood on battlefields to prove, how genuinely true American all of the Japanese Americans were Many Japanese Americans supported. That idea but others were appalled when a j ACL Representative, Fred, tahama returned to Manson are from the conference. He was savagely beaten by masked men all fellow prisoners in camp Manson Arthur he's arrested a man they suspected, of taking part in the beating a riot ensued military police were called in they shot dead. Two Japanese Americans in the crowd The.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Your wrong you should protest When one hundred twenty thousand people of Japanese, ancestry forced into incarceration camps during World War Two only four people fought back. By challenging the order in court for at first everybody else, basically did what the government tells them to do but not for long. There was all sorts of. Resistance in the camps, this is historian Greg Robinson there were riots incentive Anita when the government tried to ban hot plates, that mothers had to give milk to their kids and there was resistance by inmates when the government tried to ban a meeting where people were speaking Japanese jeopardy's Americans provided. Most of the labor in the ten incarceration camps they. Reported to white supervisors and got paid. Little Eric, Muller is a legal scholar and, historian he says Incarcerates protested poor treatment delayed pay long hours and many other problems in camp some of it was very explosive and in your face like masses of people rioting. And complaining and chanting and some of it was much. More mundane like work slowdowns work stoppages. Labor strikes Not everyone in camp supported these protests. In fact historian ELS Jiang says there were sharp sometimes violent conflicts between.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"Jeez hey ross good morning not much though in the way of transactions today other than the cleveland browns signing former number two overall pick left tackle greg robinson and former saints cornerback delvin breaux he's going back to the cfl you see that sometimes where it's like a guy that had a bunch of success in the cf l gets not between the nfl comes down maybe it goes well us doesn't go that well you know very rare for cfl guys to come down and make it you know cam wakes obviously a notable example and delvin breaux hung around for a couple of years but now he's going back up to the cf l as for greg robinson boy when i met him he was such a nice kid and you watch them on tape and he so physically impressive i just think there are certain aspects of the game whether it's blocking schemes or even just technique you know the blocking scheme stuff i just don't think that the game of football comes naturally to him in terms of angles and understanding and that happens to guys i've seen guys that they worked so hard and they studied their playbook like you wouldn't believe but when they're out there things happen fast and they just didn't naturally know or understand what was going on it just didn't it that that was a challenge for them and that made it challenging for them to really be able to stick around or have any kind of success jeez couple of your former teammates in the news first off year kicker adam venit teary who by the way shares the same birthday as me so there is no end in sight in terms of his career and then quarterback tom brady posted a quadrant that e cinco on instagram hinting that he's gonna play until at least forty five brady's given a lot of mixed signals isn't he i mean feels like brady's brady's at the breadth that quite the brett farve stage of his career but he's definitely at the stage of his career where he's he's throwing out the mixed signals that's for sure you know saying you know on tom versus time and oprah the end is near and you know sooner rather than later but then posting places things like quaranta e cinco so i don't know i guess i guess we'll find out kind of tom's world we're all living in it i'll just say say that if you would've told me in two thousand five when these two guys were my teammates that they would still be playing in two thousand eighteen i would have told you that you were a total and complete moron like moron and i would have bet all the money in the world that neither guy would be playing let alone both it's truly truly remarkable what those guys have accomplished stays and lastly some much deserved recognition being handed out vikings going to put the late dennis green in their ring of honor this year the pro football writers association announced joe bugle and emmitt thomas is this year's winners of the doctor zee award for sistan coaches so then screen he's actually from harrisburg here where i live in central pennsylvania he's from there is berg area and had a great run with the vikings so i'm glad to see that he's getting that that opportunity to go in the ring of honor obviously you won't be there but first family i think that'll be that'll be pretty special and i love when assistant coaches get recognized they usually don't care you know what i mean it's usually not there deal or whatever but still i think it's pretty cool i think that they are very valuable injured i talked about it and i like when they get recognized speaking of liking when people get recognized i like when i can give something away special just to the tuck heads because those.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

The College Draft with Ross Tucker

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker

"It's overall in the class number one houston went which davey and clowney the big talker early or i should say late in that draft process was was cloudy the pick was cleared mac the pick those were kind of the two guys that were really being talked about greg robinson i think was being talked about a little bit but it was really clear mac i today vian cloudy if if memory serves me correct those were the two players that everybody was kind of going back and forth on they go which davey and cloudy mac has turned into the better player and you know in my estimation but i don't think it was a bad pick with jude and clowning do you no i understand why they did it and he's you know he was tough to turn down i think that there were if memory serves some injury concerns with him a little bit went when he was in college so those of clearly reared their head i would agree with you that mack was the better player though yeah and number two as we said the rams go with greg robinson i felt at the time if that was a big reach i'm if i remember right i think you kind of felt the same way right i know you and i have have talked about the comparison between greg robinson and matthews in the past in terms of you have one though i yeah i distinctly remember friend you and i going over this and me saying that i saw at least five to seven mental errors for greg robinson in the national championship game that year for auburn against florida state and i just thought they have a very simple offense and i'm seeing him blocked the wrong guy a lot that's a major whereas jake matthews you could see was a pro you know it's the age old argument friend of upside over a guy that who ceiling isn't as high but has a higher floor and i think we've seen what happened there you know i preferred i'm i remember really preferring jake matthews but also really liking zack martin yeah yup i agree and i felt the same way i was really.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"They've had four different right tackles i don't know who's plan now because mental at watson is on i are you can't play if you can't uh john after down especially in the twominute thrill not just passing situations than it really doesn't matter who plays quarterback until they solve that group up front they've had a lot of turn style positions are back my john bruton is with us you know sometimes we wonder about the impact of coaching in sports it feels that can baseball they have so devalued the position of manage because everything is so reliant on numbers they don't want to pay significant salaries to managers and then you go to football and you see an example like they've done in los angeles with with sean mcveigh coming in there and just turning around jared golf i wonder as a guy whose job it was to work with quarterbacks for so long as it was yours john what are you seeing in what they've done their 'cause gough was a guy and maybe it was premature but people were starting to wonder if he was a bus last year now all of a sudden he's broken out and they're the best offense in the nfl what have they done specifically that you've seen for gene gop to make him he looks like right now remember he was a junior that came out of college he came out early in a nohuddle offense and they had a very difficult offensive line less germany greg robinson was a failure left tackle bringing in andrew whitworth they've had the same starting off line there are the only team in the nfl it at saint starters up bonn every game that means that are out there probably for about practice and they have been able to activate todd girlie it all starts there i believe they can run the football inside or outside with i think the best running back in the league and when you can do that you controlled the ball better and sean mcveigh's a great coach they added a lot of skill players were there's a lot better player in la than he wasn't buffalo it's them you watch there's a lot better player i think you and he was plus loan it got a tight end nobody talks.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"If they don't then went is going to be able to beat him if he gets time in their pocket you know the the and last week earning j p p really played well i mean if you're diagnosed the game uh burning just toss greg robinson around as a rag doll and kpp if you had the sacking the fumble big huge play in the second quarter and then the you i ended up crony interception one play on the next series to give it right back uh i i do think the same thing that they had a problem with stafford with containment i think we'll be an issue with went is that if they over pursue and really uh create pressure but leave the middle of the field open i think went so burying i'm just like staffer did i mean there were a couple scramble that stafford had had uh that really turned what should have been good cuase for vernon engaged in air paul in a difficult place for that defense uh you know we have to see if if pj goods and with the shin can play i mean the at eighteen caco and week one and then he didn't play and you had an on draft the rookie in cow once and uh starting for him at the mike linebacker spot now months and played pretty well but he he's not bj goods and every month could even call me that today said look i hope you alfi 'cause i want him out there you'd better for our team right now at where i am in the in in my career uh so we'll they get pressure i think um you know that the big thing last week and i i think it is something to look forward with the giant this week is that defense feel like they need to take chances to try to make turnovers and you know thinking that they have to score that's when they're gonna get into trouble and i think they did that a little bit left weaken you saw the the line of all teams who don't have a dominant running game rush for over a hundred yards and pop up a big one that they shouldn't have been able to run on his defense so that.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The nfl playing in various positions along the offense of line and last night again we saw turnstiles at the left tackle positions and with aired flour our our and greg robinson in it's not just those two teams that just happened to be monday night football worlds magnify but it's across the league when you watch old line play in this day and age in you just retired just a couple of years ago or last year as a matter of fact how do you explain what we're seeing right now in the nfl well if iggy you blame caused but often to i don't think that's the entire story um you know i used to be a guy who just being my fist on the table say college burn off into the reason why but your colleges their job is what football games determined that ryan expert off at the proper way to do that then i have no problem with that if bill promised get to nfl along guys just don't have the technique foundation and attitude of finishing that you can get in pro style offenses and the nfl and there's west practice time in office to monitor position i would argue that needs to boast practice at least the most practice in in had where we compared in in utah technique and learn you want the game and we don't have any more so we give them your situation where you'd graf guys was really high upside air quiros greg roberts i mean greg robinson was probably the last dominating left ankle in college football i mean his film in college was ridiculous but he would pass that the college you could nothing that trim goes to the nfl and that all we're authors and we have to start evaluating called off in quantum differently we you know people that would do this for living in front offices need to start looking at guys it might have less upside but are ready to play now taylor decker rony stanley you going to ryan.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Wow up that rookie how big is that rookie jamaal agnew university of san diego two railroads if you did him nearly dropped at pont when he tried to catch it and they takes off that 88 yard house call the old lions what a fumbled up all right there on the twelve and given the giants needs you touched down but this crude us do a little bit different this crew did not even need to resort to fourth quarter heroics you are the types of things that they've been famous for for the past season plus now wasn't perfect backup greg robinson was a penalty machine left tackle and nobody put up crazy offense of numbers but they did enough and that's what you have to do to win some times and it's what the lions have not done in the past and should i got lucky like when matt prater that fuel went off the upright and went in shorts luck but it's not a lucky win lucky bounce lucky play but not a lucky win that was a legit win on the road in prime time they were into new jersey and they carved up the giants the way gino in san antonio usually carbs up the motor city total domination now i'm not saying that makes them the favorites in the nfc i'm not saying that jim caldwell she gin extension right now but i am saying there is something different about this crew the how good are they i dunno dave beating the cardinals and they beat a bad giants team and now they've got a very different beast in the atlanta falcons company their place on sunday handle the nfc champs and then we had that conversation hell hailed them and then this thing looks very very different but in the meantime what are they they're tune oh this is good and i know something else the nfl as much better when the detroit lions or better check that life is better when the lions are better because that's a great town and it's one that deserves to be happy when it comes to football on pump for the d on pump the lines fans who have been held back i'm still not exactly sure who or what they are based on who they've beaten but they've won their first two and i can't wait to see what they've got this weekend against the falcons who once again look like the.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on Around the NFL

"This year now they trade await next year's this deal only makes sense if watkins's their longterm they now are in the spot where they have to get a contract done with their donald they basically have to make this watkins move work because it really makes no sense for it to happen as a one your rental that said the eagles his biggest hole on their roster was cornerback by far it was not a competitive cornerback the rams biggest on the roster by far was a vertical type a receiver i mean the closest thing they had was robert woods who's a possession guy former teammate sammy right suddenly they they makes a lot more sense okay robert woods the possession guy you've got cooper cups your slot receiver and tehran austin is essentially a forgotten man and just kind of a utility number four guy and it all works a lot better this team is much better with cme one thing i mean this rams front office hey you had to cut bait on greg robinson and now all the whispers or o'hara we get rid of on austin can you be traded oh he doesn't have certain almostcertain certain amount of money after this season it's more doable after signing the ridiculous extension that he assign which was essentially the team saying we've created a star player but no one else selma star player if table on austin moves in you are the rams gm you have essentially with two two not first round picks the ever there and your tenure the already off the team how much more time do you have in that organisation that's why i think it it lowers the honeymoon period here now with watkins and god it's like okay we gotta goffin walk into this and damn now i think they got a win seven games you in a moment this year and show something in and be competitive word i think steve finally runs at a time he said he said quite a bit a rope now now before we move on.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Explain yourself why was in the front row as in the front row until some celebrities got there than i had moved to the second row really who booted you um what are the names of these people i was asking mike with the name of these greg robinson an adam scott the golfer no latte is there a golfer named adam scott peres who's the other slattery scott is the husband of reese witherspoon and big little lies he was in a movie that was that wasn't great movie but had a great scene in it that he was wearing a giant prosthetic penis i don't know what the name of that movie is but it's it's a funding seen um i'm sorry excuse me he was not wearing a percentage pianist he was dancing with a guy who was wearing a pursue what i believed to be her static penis outside of a police uncomfortable with his nudity he's repressed and he's got a tiny tiny ping uh he was also are will ferrell's out real brother in the movie stepbrothers on great character partner paul that's right i caught him confused with that will our net guy when i was interviewing will our net one time on highly questionable i made the joke gove yemen had a carbs since 1999 because they could fused adam scott with will our net craig robinson delightful person he is really nightly he was he got the waves started will forgive him for that but he was very ige eager about starting the way so eager about starting the wave that he kept getting up in front of me and revealing but crack omon that made me uncomfortable and i had to pointed out to him.

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"greg robinson" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"greg robinson" Discussed on PTI

"Frankie if i'm plotto washington that battle raj the mound as the say at the same time as my feet soto hit him with the ball then threw the ball adam by the way joe tori bob gibson's out there villeneuve they were breaking up by happy trails greg robinson the rams used the overall number to pick a ninety ninety 2014 to pick robinson yet yesterday trading into the lions way six rounder three years later robinson was part of the draft pick hall rams got for letting the redskins move of jeff archie three so frank this is exhibit four thousand three hundred thirty one to live be absolutely zero attention to the draft will your coach who website for football pro football focus ranked him seventy eight at a seventy nine tackles walking swat again with the run that one follows zack low mark stein report that the sixers could actually be trading up to take josh jackson matches anyway shelf this run through the big finnish worry mcelroy jason day missed the cut at the open doesn't johnson right on the line your thought that of course it worth the big guys all to their knees the nba suspended motels in five games apiece for drug policy violations that a big deal five on a scale of one to ten maybe steelers linebacker ryan she's ear says the bill heavy patriots problem for the solvit you like that that's a great rivalry but i don't think they're going to solid matt davidson of the white sox has over two four straight games because get another tonight maybe some last one in toronto mitral films shark on discovery short week you watch that a percent here's what he has to do to prepare for watch that those swim fast about about trump but we're out of time for watching a break i saw a my robot have a great weekend knuckleheads you can get the podcast on espn apple apple if we started into the show with shark joke today of marks in canada.

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