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"jackie slater" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I know there's not okay, There's no possibly no preseason. Rookies. A rookie's gonna take his lumps, But I'm excited. Not only about that number one pick and I have been talking about it quite a bit because I did a few shows on their draft in there free agent signing Just about every guy they signed is a free agent has playoff experience. You bring that playoff experience this football team that needs that. Six of the seven draft picks were captains on their college teams. One was a three time captain. There's I think two or three of these draft picks their dads were high school coaches, so they've been around that And then the seventh kid, I think Higgins, the wide receiver from Clemson, left after his junior year, I talked to a coach that knows knows his position coach Extremely wass. If he comes back for senior year, he's going to be a captain, because you don't get it. Many young men that are better than Higgins. So to me, it's like the Bengal Zach Taylor. The Bangles have created this culture through their draft and free agency that they understand. They gotta win football games in, you know, so and I know what the note OT days and no camp. It's going to be difficult for these young guys that come in. And perform and performed a high level, But there's gonna be some bumps and bruises, eh? Take but hopefully it doesn't take long before they start. Dylan is a football team, and there's one thing to be a great player, and Joe is expected to be a great player. But then you also have to elevate your franchise. What do you think they could do in this year in some of these bizarre situations that were in right now where he could build that trust and and really take advantage of this year because I don't really judge this year and wins and losses for the Bangles? You just want to get a sense that things are moving in the right direction because there's going to be some some obviously some road bumps and some turbulence in your number one with that. I think the primary thing with this football team going into this season, hopefully this season or the number of new faces. They're goingto have on both sides of the football. And if Joe broken Be that catalyst can be that leader to bring those guys together. They've got. He's got a J. Green back. So you know he's gonna have some pretty good offensive weapons. If you could bring that offensive line together, and he can hold them accountable, get them mentally prepared even better than they've been prepared with a couple of young guys on the left side with Jonah Williams and Michael Jackson. If he can accomplish that, and you you can see that, you know, kind of from the outside. I think that's going to be a big plus for the football team, and it's going to be Ah, Win. Even Ah, You know, even not looking at the wins and losses, but I think that's what we have to look at. With this football team and job. Earl being the the new leader of this not only the offense, but I think of this football team. Let me ask you, Anthony about a few history questions just to get your feel on this before we talk about victory beyond competition. Once again, we're honored to have The pro football of Famer Anthony Munoz. Here with US Stop NFL 100 team came out this year to celebrate the 1/100 anniversary of the NFL. You were clearly on it when you look at some of the best offense alignments that you either studied or that you've seen play since you retired even when you were playing, who were some of the best offensive lineman that come to mind. We'll have to. You know Jackie Slater was one of them. You know, a guy that's not in the hall. But you know, Mike can with the Falcon's eye Jimbo Covert with Gary Zimmerman. Those were guys that when I was playing, I usedto watch because one of the things we did is an offensive line with our coaches. We would look at lineman and try to pick and choose little things from incorporates. Kind of, you know you're making a little recipe toe. You know for those that like chocolate chip cookie. You want to make those chocolate chip cookies as good as possible, while we would take little pieces, So it was it was guys like, you know, like Jackie Slater and Gary Zimmerman and No, those type of guys that Jimbo covert that that did in excellent job when I was playing and you know, we had a few guys that were pretty consistent throughout their entire career. So it was good for me to watch a lot of other tape other than just my opponents. To get get a feel for what guys were doing. In fact, we actually renamed one of our one of our techniques. We used to call it the Slater techniques because Jackie Slater had this technique that he would do is more of a vertical set and let the guy kind of you know and then work around the corner. And you know, so we said, Okay, this is another arsenal for Repertoire is going to be called the Slater technique. And then on the flip side of that, when you were playing three best defensive players, you have had to lace them up against easy. Leroy Sellman, Fred Dean, and probably the number one guy always says Bruce Smith. Those air three and I could go on and on. I could plan him. Another 10 11 guys. But those three Fred deny face place My 1st 2 years. Leroy, someone I face twice my rookie year and then, of course, Bruce Smith cry face from 1/2 dozen times during my career. And then before we let you run the floors, you are my friend. Tell me about Victor. Beyond competition. All the great work that you're doing Well, you know, you know exactly. It's funny that we've talked about, you know, we talked about college. I talked about injuries, some losses, you know? Played in a couple of Super Bowls, 16 and 23 losses. And, you know, I I hated to lose as much as anybody. I loved the win. But you know you're gonna lose sometimes and one of the things that I'm excited to be involved with the cultural campaign dedicated sharing how all people not only athletes and parents Coaches and fans can experience victory beyond.

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"jackie slater" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"Sports. He see these plays European that have had to adapt. They gave the older. They've gotten the the initial rule attributes. They had that made them a certain type of player. Faded with rapid pace often is a and the really smart ones at adapting and pivot to a different style of play. And because they've got that sporting smarts they're able to endure and they're able to survive and Frank Gore is not the only by any stretch in the NFL that has done that. We see of the secondary as well as certain CHONA's changed. Pace goes a bit safeties as well then the game so that they can. They can extend their careers. It's a good point and I think there's a comparison to be made between Frank Gore and Curtis Martin because they both had big knee injuries in college which caused them to get drafted lower than they would have gone otherwise and I think both of them came back from the knee without burst. They'd had before the surgery. Neither was a speed speedster to begin with but both very smart runners and an so gore made the most of what he had. Basically I know have. I don't have a huge burst through the whole. Um I can't do. It will be on bell. Does you know and dance around in place and then explode with one step. I have to make the best of that. And when Gore comes up for hall of fame voting which people are already talking about. Because there's not much else to talk about. He'll have the same. Argument is courtesy smart which is a long series of consistently really good seasons. Yeah without really having the the huge monster ceasing and in the NFL in particular baseball saying any sports the same way longevity isn't of itself an indication of Quality Jackie slater for example was never the best tackle he was never the third best tackle when the NFL or he played but he played for twenty so he was always good enough to be starting in the NFL for twenty seasons which is a different kind of hall of fame argument. But it's still a really valid argument. I totally I couldn't agree more. I think the low jeopardy absolutely underpins the fact that you are exceptional if you're playing it surviving as a starter in the NFL. What's the average career in the NFL? Three and years. Yeah exactly right. Let's go to Molly Molly so-called. Hey Molly says which team with a losing record in twenty.

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"jackie slater" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Every time he hadn't been to sleep in a month every single time. And how do you think that went over brick at all never went over. Well yeah and again again. If you're out there wanting to have success you've gotta prepare so coach Belichick has to prepare for his team's meetings just like he expects his players to prepare now. Matthew Slater has a shared love of the game and a devotion to his faith. Just Father Jackie slater chose to pass on more within just his love of football to his son because Jackie chose also pass on his deep Christian faith to Matthew. Although Jackie and his son share connection to the game of football they share a deeper deeper connection to their shared faith and everything. I've read about these guys every video. I've seen every audio clip. I've watched these guys really really really really really do. They have a huge faith in Christ but they also believe in themselves. They have faith in the system. That's why he was on the team for for twenty years. Jackie was on the same team for twenty. Matthew's been on the same team for now. This is thirteen years homeys. That's crazy. seven pro all selections and two Super Bowl Championships. There's a lot of fruit there and Matthews career throughout Matthews career. He's been selected to be on the all pro bowl team seven times times. He's been a big part of two super bowl championships. Matthew much like many of the all time Patriot great players before him is universally known as being player and person who plays as the game quote unquote the Patriot Way. meaning that he always knows what needs to be done and when it needs to be done. Although the Patriots have many great players on their roster each in every year it would be difficult to find another player who was more respected on the roster than Matthew Slater the game changing factor in Super Bowl. Fifty three three a lot of people don't know this but during the Super Bowl fifty three matthew slater always seem to have just that that kind of the ability to kind of just kind of get in the right place place at the right time and throughout the Game Matthew Slater was able to down punts for Punter Ryan Allen which always seemed to put the Los Angeles Rams in a back against the wall situation. Dr Brett can you explain what that means when the Patriots have to punt the ball because they haven't advanced the ball enough to they haven't got I down and now we have to kick the ball to the other guy. Can you explain what it feels like to play with your back against the wall where your pin down right there in your own zone on your own one yard line or five years. Ideally if The returner doesn't catch the ball One of the things that you can do as the team kicking it is To get get to the ball and you want to get that ball as close to the opposite end zone as possible. It's like the one yard line within the five yard line is always beneficial because now that team that's about to take over. An offense has to go ninety five yards in order to score for Versus if the guy returns the punt say he catches it on the ten yard line and he runs twenty yards ahead now. They're at the thirty yard line. And so they we only have seventy yards to go instead of ninety five. Now Talk to me about how it feels when you're a quarterback or an author flags you were receiver at the terrible place to be to start at your one yard line wife wife well for one you have your back against a A pervert wall anyway The end zone is not a place that you want to be holding the ball while when you're trying to go the opposite direction Because if you get tackled in that end zone than the opposite team gets two points. It's called a safety safety and So Oh you know win. You're starting at the one yard line. You are automatically in the end zone standing and your line has their line is coming with full force because because this is their one shot if you if you make yardage now you're you're a little bit further advanced. How does there what does it? How does it feel when you're down there? How does it feel when you're down there? It feels awful. Yeah I mean I got nowhere to go. It's very stressful. You've got the crowd just screaming crazy. You've got all the defensive you know if they're going to show a blitz it's coming And they're I'm gonNA bring as many as they can as long as they can still keep some coverage So yeah you may have six seven Beasley men coming right at you as a quarterback With one one goal in mind and that is to hammer you with all force possible And bring you down in the end zone now. Jason explained to the listeners out. There who maybe aren't familiar with this. How important important is it to fold towels elephant in the room? People would assume that it's not but it's extremely important. We do it every thirty minutes. And who's the Best Tau folder. You've ever oversee Oh man Mark Miranda just folds the towel so fast I so pretty. I don't know how he does it. Mark Miranda's jobless yeah. He'll literally just like he'll pull one Out and then do like this little whip thing and it's perfectly folded in threes and just ready to go. How valuable is it to have a guy like that on the team extremely valuable? Why because we use those towels for every single service each stylus have like a back stock of tin ready to go for each customer? We have to have them in the shampoo room. It's part of the whole experience. And if we ever run out it's like pulling the emergency brake on like a train. Everybody's just like they lose their momentum. Were freaking out. We can't do our job. We're losing a crucial service like it's as dumb as minuscule as it seems. It's a very big detail. Okay so what happens Dr Brick in you have a guy like matthew slater not on your team and your team. mm-hmm always lets. The other team gained twenty yards on every punt return. What happened Well your opportunities for success goes down. So yeah I mean the other team has that chance They're sitting in a much more comfortable position. The quarterback can perform with less stress And so Yeah you're you're always in your never in that really good good position where now your team has the greater odds of success. What happens if you don't have a guy like matthew slater in your in your locker room or or in your office? What happens to your office culture? If you've got super talented people that are negative. What happens well again? You go back to that tone and I think tone and attitude or so crucial in any business. It doesn't matter what industry you're in But yeah a guy like Matthew slater brings the right tone. brings as a positive tone and maturity Like I said the character. And he's a person that even if you don't agree with everything he says or what he believes gives you can respect him and because he's doing it in practice he's consistent And so it's Day in and day out. It's not just for the cameras. It's not just as for the showtime of the game He's doing this on a regular everyday basis and he's done it not only consistently daily but over a long period of time for twelve years He's been doing this and So that's a huge part of what allows your team to be successful Is Setting that proper tone and then again just having the the right tone on a consistent basis so that your customers are getting a consistent service or consistent product customer service is so crucial and You want your customers to have the best experience. You've got to set the right down. So let's talk about this Antonio Brown on was signed by the Patriots. He lasted a week He's the player who famously Wrong wouldn't play for the Wouldn't play for the raiders. Because he didn't like his helmet didn't like his shoes Didn't like The practice he didn't like contract so it wouldn't play for the steelers didn't like his. He apparently had a cryotherapy says he frost bit his feet didn't like his helmet. That picture was nasty. He didn't like his feet didn't like his helmet. Didn't like the practice routine. Didn't like the tone of the general manager. Didn't WanNa play on the steelers. I didn't like the rule about staying off the social media Didn't like the fact that you can't text the harassing text messages. Didn't like a lot of things so the Patriots kept him on the team for like seven days. What happens in a culture jason of even one negative person one negative person that negative person can start to spread like a weed or rather like a wildfire very fast? Give me an example from from your time. Managing dough mention the person's name. Now put them on blast billion listeners. Now but tell me about. Tell me about what happens when there's one negative a person and let's say the downtown shop when you work there you go What what what? What kind of? How does that manifest itself? Well it starts out with that one person having a bad day and you know they come in and you can. You may be having like a really good morning. Your spirits or super high. The teams are super high. Then that one person comes huffing and puffing and the whole thing is they want you to ask them what's throng second unload their entire clip and shoot. Bullets will eventually as you do that. You start to break down that positively that everybody else has built up and that person's negative attitude attitude spreads to the next person right next to him and that spreads to the next person but then at the same time as each person gets more progressively pissed. They're gonNA start venting to the customers so we've made an awkward word uncomfortable experience for the customer itself and then that gets up to management a management can real management can sense that. There's something wrong so I start asking the employees the employees as a freaking out and then they're overwhelmed because they're like dear God. I've got eight people's fractured psyche. To Take care of right now and usually usually employs will say. I don't WanNA throw anybody under the bus US right and I don't want to you know but and he customer usually I don't I don't WanNa throw some into the bus but the person who came here today had kind of a bad attitude. You know maybe I'm asking you. This is only very actionable whenever I want everyone right now to take a moment sheet of paper and write down. Who is your Matthew Slater? Who is your character? Who is the person who is sets the standard for Work Ethic for diligence? Who is that person? And who is your Antonio Brown. Who is the person who super talented? You gave them a shot but they are a disaster of a person in our culture killer in brick by default every single time. When I go win to coach business they have Antonio Brown on their teams? Yeah a culture killer and I have to find him well and it's it's really hard. I had an example given to me years and years ago It was at a church camp. And we were in a cabin with bunks and We had our one of our strongest physically strongest Campers Campers up on the top bunk..

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"jackie slater" Discussed on PTI

PTI

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on PTI

"He's been just as good in the playoffs as he was during the regular season. So without a doubt, the MVP of the, of the Saint Louis blues has Bennington. No one else, we've got other good stories sports as a good story. Bennington is the reason that this team is in the playoffs playing for the Stanley Cup final no doubt about the kid has been fantastic. Very another big part of the Boston. Bruins is Brad marshawn. I mean some ninety is just a stud. But then there are times when he's a face licking irritant. I cannot decide whether to just like him in wonder what he does or just hate him. What is the deal with him? He's like that. He's an agitated. He's a guy that makes people mad. I'm sure he makes his own team mad. I'm sure he makes his own management mad. We know that they've talked to him on numerous occasions about his antics on the ice. But he's maturing a this year has been a lot better than the previous years. So I think the Boston Bruins are getting to the bottom line, though, is, he's one of the best left-wingers in the world. This guy is a goal scoring machine. He kills penalties him him in Burs, Ron of the top two penalty killers not many teams top two offense of players are also their top two penalty killers the Boston Bruins have that luxury marchant is unbelievable hockey player. So if you're a Boston Bruins fan, love them. And if you're not a Boston Bruins fan, hate him, he doesn't really care and the Boston. Bruins don't care. But the bottom line is, he's one of the best players in the world and the Boston Bruins love having them on their team. I will get you out of here in this. We see ice behind you. We know that the game finally after seems like months is going to start berry which way are you leaning right now? I'm a I'm a believer in the Boston. Bruins, I think they're a little bit better than the Saint Louis blues, I think it's going to be a great series, their mere image of each other. They believe in the same things they talk about the same things that coaches talk about the same things. They want good defense. They want good goaltending. They want disciplined don't want teams to take bad penalties. They want to take the other teams passing routes away through the middle of the rink there, just the stress the exact same things. This is the future of the NHL all teams was small forwards and slick forwards are gone. The big bullies now are playing the guys that are six three six four. Those are the guys that are scoring two goals. Those are the guys that are checking. So these two teams believe in the same things they talk about the same things play the exact same style. And it's going to be which team does that style better. I like to goaltending of the Boston. Bruins a little bit better than I like to go tending, the Saint Louis blues, I like to defense of Saint Louis a little bit better than the Boston Bruins, and I like the forwards of the Boston. Bruins in the special teams better than the Saint Louis blues. So with all that being said, I like the Boston Bruins in six game. Thank you so much for being with us, Barry, and thanks you going to those earphones, so you could actually hear us. Thank you. How do I look them on guys? The very very good. Let's take one list, but still to come wilpon breaks down, today's two hundred million dollar match between ask them Jill off and Darby county. Were they playing each other at the French Open, if not Kornheiser details? The innovative strategies Simon Pasi no utilize to win the Indy five hundred has, you know passing the accident. And the other one I think you're not lacking is not funny. He no it's Hachinohe. I got him being Latin. No. Happy time. People have sixty fifth birthday Jackie Slater Slater made the Pro Bowl at offense of tackle for the Los Angeles, where him seven times, and was first team all NFL, three times those credentials got Slater into the hall of fame beyond the numbers, though, where the interesting facts that Slater was a college teammate of Walter Payton, Jackson state, and then Slater son. Matthew was a seven time, Pro Bowl selection, and four time all NFL selection at special teams for the New England Patriots man. That's I mean special teammate special jeans, Slater, just surrounded by greatness, it, helping produce greatness.

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"jackie slater" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:08 min | 2 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Okay. Remember your phone rings? You got to pick it up. It's going to be a number. You're not gonna recognize it. But you have to answer it in order win. Otherwise, we just move on to the next person. And if you don't win there's going to be another chance in the next hour. Now, what is everyone loves winning money? Right. But you know, what people I think need more information, which is why we say good morning to ABC's, Deborah Roberts. Good morning. Good morning. Deborah. I'm you know, I I'm just so in Trump from obsessed by this, right? I'm not you know what? But this is a thing a crime Docker documentary. I mean count me in cancel my plans for the amount of people are really obsessed with. Kind of dementia nations and the intrigue of what happened with these crimes, including this one the BT K killer. Yeah. And you know, you had the task of actually interviewing his daughter, which I mean interviewing anyone after something tragic that that's hard. Okay. You right. You know, it's tough. But I cannot imagine finding out my dad you put yourself in that girl's place. My dad just got us the real from blinding torturing and killing his victims. So what can what can people expect? Why should they tune in tonight? Well, first of all, it is just a mind blowing story from she wrote a book about it. Killer, and I have to tell you. I was a little put off. I was thinking, oh, this is dark this horrible with this guy. Did he taunted police and TV stations and his whole community for years during the seventies and the nineties so he's already kind of a little bit frightening. To find out that the man who was arrested and charged AMIS. Crime was ordinary guy a churchgoing compliance officer boy scout leader, the father of including Kerry Rawson who just thought that her father was an ordinary. Nice guy walk down the aisle at her wedding to college all of those things and then at age twenty six. A bombshell drops on her. She learned that her father is responsible for these horrible crimes killing ten people, including two children her life has been one of the last fourteen years when she got this word, and she talks to us about hearing about learning those details and trying to process it get this still loving her father come to terms with this man who raised her who she says bears, no resemblance to this man. She's learned about I have actual chills when you said walked her down the aisle. I got actual chills. We're talking to Debra Roberts. She's an ABC news correspondent, and she got the chance to sit down with. The daughter of a serial Kerry who who her dad, I mean, talk about ego talk about to say he wanted police. He was very proud of himself for. And you know, the details it's it's like it's almost so graphic. We were talking about this yesterday. You know, you hear one story, and then another one comes along and just kind of Trump's it and blows you away. And so can we will, you know? It's funny. You talk about the ego. And that is what did him in and you'll find out those details tonight on twenty twenty. We'll take you inside. It's a two hour documentary. You know, just who this family was who this man was Dennis Rader. And you know, the way he did taunt police that the kind of vile czar thrilled that he got out of these kinds of killings and sending letters and notes to TV stations newspapers to the police almost a kind of catch me if you can kind of gain, and then you know, to reveal we'll you'll find out on us tonight. How he was finally competent once that ego that sense of pride in being this notorious killer than actually didn't end. So if he'd actually maybe. You know, didn't if he actually just went about his business. I mean, he killed ten people over a period of nearly ten years and had he not had this ego that needed to almost take credit for these heinous crimes. He probably would. I mean, he might be walking amongst us. Exactly. That's exactly right. And we will we will show you that. And then the idea to that for thirty years. This went on his wife had no clue is children. Of course. You know, they were growing up. They had no clue and that you know, that whole question. Do you really know? Who's living amongst you who's in your home? Who's in your household because they thought they knew this, man. And clearly they did not all Deborah. I just wanna say thank you for doing the groundwork on these people really do enjoy learning the story and the way you you guys takes a lot of time and effort to do an actual documentary. And we sit there and watch it with our bowl of popcorn. But there is so many working parts to this. And so I wanna see I wanna I wanna say, thank you. And I will enjoy learning about this. It's it's horrific. But you know, it also I think there are lessons, and I think so I definitely think so one thing she wants people to take away from this particular law enforcement or people who might just be sort of going about their lives. Just be careful about who you think the criminals are amongst us. You know, you might think that they're the wild is. You know, stereotypes that you'd think, but she says if nothing else, maybe we'll think twice about who were looking for when we're looking for somebody who's committed a crime, you're so right. Okay. Well, thank you ABC's ever. Robert, you can follow her on Twitter at Deb Roberts ABC, and I suggest you do because she obviously has she's in the know this is going to be trending. I know it's going to be trending on Twitter. I can find. Oh. Pleasure. Thanks so much. Thank you so much have a good day YouTube alert. Wow. Yeah. I'm I'm all in. I think it's a way. I think we watch them because we say, maybe I can protect myself from someone you know, there's a red flag you don't ignore. And. Yeah, I just have a feeling this is going to be a trending topic on the Twitter, the Twitter's or hey, I wanna talk about Denton, that's football. A ram's great will have his heart on both sidelines. Sunday, Barron vendor. What are you talking about? Let's listen bender. Jackie Slater, son. Matthew plays for the patriots. Slater told Petra some money on AM, five seventy sports can't lose favorite client. Obviously a lot of blood went went into my efforts with the rounded. My son over at New England. I always wanted to see him be successful as well. You know, he his the way he do. With a great deals with wins and losses really helps me to come with the fact that you know, he said to me after the after they lost last year. Philadelphia. You know, Dan. They were better than we were. But I love the fact that they will give God glory for with the abilities. Now Kennedy to win that game. He said, so they have is. So when he when he can deal with a loft that graciously. You know, I I it made it a lot easier for me to when I look at the ram versus the patriots. I'm gonna look at it from a from the standpoint of football peers, I have a few things in my mind that thing has to happen and can happen for both these teams to be successful. So I'm just gonna walk through those things. Enjoy and hope man views it gets through the game healthy, and you can hear the Rams play the patriots in the Super Bowl this Sunday afternoon on AM five seventy sports kickoff is at three thirty Aaron bender KFI news. Well, that's a pretty cool story in later later in the show, we are going to talk to Pete combs. And he he was the last person. So the media only get so much time with both of the Super Bowl teams. So the at the last availability for both coaches, Bill Belichick and McVeigh. He was there. And he's going to tell us, you know, this is a really odd. Couple both coaches kinda poised to make some history if they can pull off a victory in the Super Bowl. I want to get back to some news. I really, okay, you know, when you're traveling somewhere, and he will say are you going for business or for pleasure? As like, oh, you know, I'm gonna make the little business with pleasure. I'm gonna do I'm going to work and do this. Well, this is kind of like that. But it's not it's actually not. So. A to visa officer had sex near a school while he was on duty. Okay. He was forced to resign last year. This is new details emerging. And he said, you know, I would never plan something like this. It was impulsive. It was a bad choice in a weak moment. That's Michael officer, Michael Ingley. Well, he's no longer. He's resigned from the department after only two years on the job. And yet you can't do that at work. You shouldn't you shouldn't do that. He met the girl he had intercourse with on a website. Linnea fish? Maybe you've heard of it. He said they'd been talking about six months before that. Now, here's the part. That's interesting. She wanted to meet me as a cop. So it was like the whole man in uniform vibe, I guess and didn't turn out. Well that fantasy did not turn out. Well, there is a power outage yesterday Nelson. Oh at the Chevron oil refinery and supposedly it was caused by lightning striking. Okay. We're expected to get more storms. I want to tell you how to be safe. We have safety. Tips will be giving you advice all day long on KFI AM six forty when we come back. We're going to talk to KFI is biz. And tech expert Jason Milton about all sorts of things the job report for sure but right now. Let's.

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"jackie slater" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"James. And what was the story you didn't run? Well, once and that's why you fell down on Jeff was that the story. You didn't run the first time fast or something like that? Then the next time they clocked in your ran grade or something what happened was is the forty Niners came down ran a four eight and Dan pulled the hamstring down forty main one Iran luck ran like four six. So and the problem was I weigh two hundred twenty five pounds. Well, two hundred pounds. I had to gain weight when I went to forty nine or so and I play middle linebacker. So they were doing a lot of projection projecting play, right? Yeah. Absolutely. And obviously an incredible. I mean five Super Bowls. Just an incredible. I remember Johnson. Jimmy Johnson was just thrilled about the whole thing. I mean, it was amazing. You getting away from them as a matter of fact, and if you were traded for if I remember like a second the third or something like that second third, right? Yeah. Coach Johnson was unbelievable. Hugh. A winner. He thought when he got you. He said, that's the guy. I think he should be in the hall of yourself, and he was dominant. Definitely children. He built a dynasty. He did. He took the youngest team put together and took it to the house twice. Absolutely thirteen was his team today. Switzer steam was his team. So that once absolutely. But there's one I mean when you went five Super Bowls dislike having five kids asking me, which one you like the best. But which one is the one that stands out there more than the others the world if I won the first one stands out me saying the most because. You know, we're planning to Bengals we we went up, and they ran the kickoff back, and I play big got all sides. So Joe hit fifty minutes ago ninety yards. And I'm saying nobody on my hands in my face out crying because God brought me here to lose. And somebody's got loose. And next thing. I know I heard fans Charon stood up and within five play football champions. And that was the last time. I doubt it my teammates. It taught me a great lesson. You know, I it's funny. Can you who was the toughest guy on a line, which Guyana what was the toughest guy for you? Doc one guy. Well, Jackie Slater. Everybody says Jackie Slater time. That's hallmark. Everybody always says Jackie Slater. Yes. Getting they all say the same thing. Jackie slater. Jackie speier, rush and got a sack, and then beat him inside and got a hit and nam. My next was set up with Russia some with the bull regime, all I saw with the hair go back and it came down. Hit me, my knees hit the ground. I saw Jesus than all three forms that. I went to the.

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"jackie slater" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Play the clip of Matthew Slater. He grew up a Rams fan. I always wondered what that's like. So you grow die for the Rams. I know that I get it. But my point is you sit there and you grow up like a die hard. And then all of a sudden you put a different uniform on is there a party? That's kind of like not really a did you see? I know we talked about this last week. Jared Goff TUs if he saw the Ramat video I didn't see the revenue from the one thousand nine hundred six Rams they were trying to do their own Super Bowl shuffle. A it was just ridiculous. Just ridiculous. Who was it? Was it was it? Jackie slater. Yes. As playing a saxophone full uniform. And they were dancing around all in in sync was all choreographed. It was his cheese you could possibly invalidate the bears the bears. Did it the right way? It was kinda like that. This is it sounds awful. Here. Back to show, Brandon. Ramaphosa Gary help. Graham it, oh, it's not one word. No. Come on. Coming up. Oh god. Just football players. Always look awkward when they're wearing their entire uniform without shoulder band's doing in this meticulous or what I did get a lot of. A lot of reaction.

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"jackie slater" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late

Arrive Early, Leave Late

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late

"This kid is going to be a startling which one just stood out to bounds. It was always Elway. Because he knew the ball. Unlike any other quarterback MB, right? And the also played a little bit of basketball, but because of his arm strengthened velocity. I'll never forget he was just different than every other quarterback before. And since you have to remember back in those days. Everybody would say he's the next Elway. He's an ex Elway's. And I would just roll my eyes because I knew there were not be another Elway. He was so unique in the way he threw the ball. And yeah, there's been some great quarterbacks, but nobody quite his arm strength that I've ever seen. Right. He was unique in also because his father was a coach that certainly helped the hall of fame. Both hammer has good I for talent. This your Super Bowl. You mentioned Matthew Slater, Robert woods and their kids that you saw also coming up, there's some others from southern California. But those are the main ones I remember in covering them from LA area. When you see these kids like Pfleger his dad was office of Lyman Jackie Slater. And he's small he's in the super every year. And it seems like Matthew Slater with the patriots at UCLA. He was okay. But it wasn't somebody will really make a big deal. Robber woods on star teams. Gardena Sarah at USC was solid. Buffalo put to sea has the super I think every single year. There's got to be somebody that you've covered in voice. It's getting close, but not every year, but proper woods in particular is such a great story. I remember him in ice goal in the first big story wrote about it was about as sister. She had died of cancer, and he opened up about that. And he was such a great person at definitely affected him. And you see it as every step of the way. He's so nice to people. He's great to come back to his hometown team. He played for USC. And so it's a great story. Just to see what he's been able to accomplish the school loves him. Like, nobody owls, and is this the great role model for everybody. How many schools do you cover? Well, you have to understand. It's everybody in southern California from San Luis Obispo to San Diego close to the Sanyu line. And you go out to animal. Valley. So it's it's hundreds of schools, but not like they cover everyone. I am responsible. And I could write if something happens in those areas, but my main job is to kind of highlight trends that are happening in southern California. And also, go out to games that are outstanding involve a talented athletes. Would I really respected admire about you're not just that you cover everybody in this day and age has a camera and they're now prep gurus. Prep insiders and the other websites and the only worry about the top five things Bosco monitor. Here we go. That's it. You are worried about the division twelve team. You're worried about animal. Jackie robinson. I remember you wrote about Huntington park high school played in the state championship playoff. They went down. I think many Collier El Centro, and you went with them. I think reading those stories because for me high school sports is still pure, even though many ways, but still because the kids still don't know how to interview they still don't know what they don't know. And they still have that pride of plane for their school. And when you unearth a kid from boron or acting? I kid you not I know more. About southern California cities by reading you. I've learned where vascular is all these Temecula schools that popped up overnight because you're writing about them. How do you find these stories a lot of it has to do with coach is setting in suggestions, and so forth and also just looking around and seeing what subject with created interesting stories because it is a challenge. I don't wanna just write about LA Orange County want to explore outside of those areas. And I need to introduce people. It has got to be a story that again is has a bit of a trend that everybody or some- somebody is affected by Yellen the family situation. So it's fun to go out there and not just to cover. I could cover the training Li every week because they are the best in football. But it's not good for me. It's not good for our readers. We know they're good..

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"jackie slater" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Profits maturation process. Jackie Slater, another with some of the off the taxes that are is game. Eric Williams was the big you'd probably first round first ballot hall of Famer if he wouldn't have had a car accident with the Dallas Cowboys years ago, and then Larry out a lot of guys that were very very good football players. And you know, how famers so I think that's one thing that that they see in Hudson. They see a guy that could come in. And if you know hood, and if you've ever been around him, he's like a chameleon, I always felt like the chameleon type he can just not only the older guys, but a lot of the younger players. Well, and there's a lot of respect for him within this organization. It it. It's Jerry Jones respect you. And Adam, you know, Jerry Jones like you you got to Chan yeah, you got chance, and Jerry and Stephen absolutely love Hudson and what he can do. And there's a question Mark from this off to blindly. Let's let's call it. What it is. You know, it's not the same guy at love taco was this. You know, he needs to get better. Zach part who just came up with big contract. And is a guy. That's like the future is all carpets. If he hasn't played as well off the line at the whole has not played as well. And they need to play up to standard. So you know, I thought it was a good move to bring him back those bring Colombo back who was he was a big part of this off the blind. Michael Columba who was a huge part of his office years ago, when they were considered the best off planet football with the leader of that was the guy the all respected they brought him back as well to to really get involved and be more of a being involved in the day to day operations of these guys. So I think they want to get back to that physical style of office run or play. Do you think that we'll see Hudson hawks effect on Monday night against the Tennessee titans? That's you know, I really don't. I think it's gonna take some time. I think it's gonna take some time for them to to get to the point where. Where his affected has been made. And and I think there's there's, you know, it's more than just throwing, you know, going out scheme out there and saying, hey, you got this guy. You got you gotta teach all over again. And I know one of the things that they have been doing over the last couple years they've been catching instead of punching your chest. You feel off the taco off guard sandy ground they punched in the chest area. And then try to set the leg and have a slow, you know, and didn't have your back slowly now, you know, this past year, they think catching and that's going to change and your husband guy, who's a physical coach. He's gonna want him being aggressive in their running game. He's gonna want them being aggressive, and the fact of how they how they approach every play at practice. He's an old school guy. And in in either got it again, who's very well respected in because it's so I think the team is gonna take a while. I'll take a while for them to just get to where they wanna be. Now, there were two other big moves may. In the NFC east. The eagles traded a third round pick for golden Tate and the Redskins straight a fourth round pick for a ha ha Clinton Dix is there. One of those moves that stands out to you above the others. That's a winning move. I like the golden tell you move. I I really, you know, you look at the eagles in how they go about their business..

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"jackie slater" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Can't say it's raiders or they stink. Cats. Tell me if you've heard of these peop- Jay rock will perform pre-game. Anybody here heard of Jay rock rive heard of. Okay. My vaguely Tenny shea will sing the national anthem. Has anyone heard of Tunisia t. I n. a. s. h. e. maybe ten she no, right. No, no wreck maze. Here's one. Here's one for you. She Maron. Danny trae ho. I will participate in the opening coin note Danny trae. How is there all the time and Cheech is always welcome. His brownies are excellent. Okay. Lastly, Eric Dickerson, Jackie Slater, Jack Youngblood, and Orlando. Pace will light the Coliseum torch. Okay. So that's all happening at the ram game on Sunday. Hey, by the way, still? No, no. There's a little bit of a debate at my household, which is if you know, you know, the Coliseum is being redone, right? Okay. Renovating it, they're renting renovating. They're putting in a giant level of press box and luxury seats, and it's all temporary right now, what they've done is they've blocked the tunnel that normally me and Juan would walk through to get to section six. So the section six tunnel, tunnel, number six is closed. So I promised that we would stop at a couple of listener tailgate parties. I still haven't figured out exactly which ones if you want. If you want us to stop by at Venice Mace, 'em ASC we wanna go to. To a couple of tailgate parties. But one says, and I agree, I am not getting stuck in that tunnel. I am not getting stuck in that tunnel without our normal tunnel. It means everybody's funneled into tunnels, five and seven. Well, so you just have to go in early, correct? Yeah. You'll have time to you both saying we're gonna. We're gonna hit up some tailgates, but then I am not getting stuck in that tunnel no matter what. All right. So couple more notes. Jay rock is a counterpart of Kendrick, Lamar and under the same record label. Okay. That from dope Killa. Thank you. And from Eric bookies slash odds on Megan Markle pregnancy announcement saying it's inevitable. She'll have a baby next year next year, but that means they could announce the pregnancy this year next year. No, I'm not saying the do. I just need her to announce it before the end of this year, right? She's got an aunt before the end of this year, but they're still they've got a puppy and that's a fulltime job. I believe in the blue bump. I think you are ridiculous. The blue bump is real..

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"jackie slater" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Negative views people have of him and everybody i've ever met that's a pro football hall of famer whether it be you know eric dickerson or you know jackie slater all these dudes they they're incredibly humbled by that they're in this room with these other guys and all the other hall of famers come to honor them that's why you go your in this exclusive club that's incredibly hard to get into and the other members of the club welcome you in and it's like you get recognized at the game you get rowdy nuys at the ceremony you go in the broadcast booth dudes i mean i don't get it i hope somebody who has his ear explains to him that it's not even though it's his honor it's not all about him he should go wait a minute you're saying to terrell owens it's not all about him well keep in mind rainy moss is in this enshrinement class and he's not pulling this no and he had plenty of haters china's day yeah i don't i don't get i hope he changes his mind he says he wants it'll be one of the most special days of his life but he's not going to be there i i don't i don't check home runs in major league baseball or actually down john in fact homerun totals are below twenty sixteen levels in well below twenty seventeen levels twenty eighteen on pace for over five hundred fewer home runs this year than there were last year now the baseball scientific committee and apparently there is such a thing looked at the baseball excel during the off season and they determined that there was less drag on the ball they didn't say they were going to do anything about it but maybe they did what do you think did they do something different to the baseball home runs down.

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"jackie slater" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on PTI

"You're right it was the accurate judgment that's my body can say oh he wasn't really outside the base fast yes he was he was so this on issues he was is at the red sox were the best team in bays ain't got no here got nobody here's this is not even if they had taken the no hitter away this would not be like the perfect game where jim joyce made the bad call no no it shouldn't be absolute we agree on in a couple of we know eastern bias out of the studio that's not admit you agree with me mike just because you're sitting in arizona doesn't make what you say about geography correct he does in a couple of weeks the nfl is going to meet and discuss the future of the kickoff this meeting comes in part because of data received last month that kickoffs are five times more likely to produce concussions than any other single football play we'll bunch of the nfl just do away with the kickoff tony i have become convinced over time and it's taken me about five years that there are certain things that pro football has to eliminate either reduce or limb nate to keep the game as safe as it can be but man you start getting rid of kickoffs what are you gonna do next and jackie slater's kid who play special teams in the league now said this goal line matt you want to go on what do you want to get rid of you want to get rid of everything just i gonna have football yeah only i this is difficult for me because i want people playing the game to be safe know what i always say if you don't wanna get hit play golf what's later said and what i think he speaks for almost everybody in football from high school up is this we understand it's violent game we willingly take these risks don't do away step by step with what we love and fear about football i've sat here lot of times and told you that i think one hundred one yard kickoff return is the most exciting play and flipped heaven i love capable job i would do away with this now i would on the twenty five because when you say it is five times more likely to produce a concussion.

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"jackie slater" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on PTI

"You're right it was the accurate judgment that's my body can say oh he wasn't really outside the base fast yes he was he was so this on issues he was is at the red sox were the best team in bays ain't got no here got nobody here's this is not even if they had taken the no hitter away this would not be like the perfect game where jim joyce made the bad call no no it shouldn't be absolute we agree on in a couple of we know eastern bias out of the studio that's not admit you agree with me mike just because you're sitting in arizona doesn't make what you say about geography correct he does in a couple of weeks the nfl is going to meet and discuss the future of the kickoff this meeting comes in part because of data received last month that kickoffs are five times more likely to produce concussions than any other single football play we'll bunch of the nfl just do away with the kickoff tony i have become convinced over time and it's taken me about five years that there are certain things that pro football has to eliminate either reduce or limb nate to keep the game as safe as it can be but man you start getting rid of kickoffs what are you gonna do next and jackie slater's kid who play special teams in the league now said this goal line matt you want to go on what do you want to get rid of you want to get rid of everything just i gonna have football yeah only i this is difficult for me because i want people playing the game to be safe know what i always say if you don't wanna get hit play golf what's later said and what i think he speaks for almost everybody in football from high school up is this we understand it's violent game we willingly take these risks don't do away step by step with what we love and fear about football i've sat here lot of times and told you that i think one hundred one yard kickoff return is the most exciting play and flipped heaven i love capable job i would do away with this now i would on the twenty five because when you say it is five times more likely to produce a concussion.

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"jackie slater" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

"Walk into that room you just don't know who's going to blossom who's gonna take that sport run with it and it's seems like it's usually the kids that not really overly talented 'cause the really talented kids that walk in there and have it that first day they never make it yeah quits yeah him four years down the road you see this kid that was a skinny little one twelve pounder all of a sudden is grown into this good looking one thirty eight powder and going and he just worked hard and he just he fell in love with the sport and if you can predict who's going to be good at wrestling just go down all the football player show yeah because they don't they don't come back no ones that do i'm gonna tell everybody this as fact the football scholarships are in the wrestling room fact yeah they're not out on the football field every standing around during special teams offense defense you know offensive lineman or linebacker defensive end run i don't care what position you resting room and he does a full season again and again right nobody's gonna fuck with nick on the football and that's what i wished football coaches would understand is that a lot i met jackie slater you know who he is jayme roane i've met jackie slater fca banquet and he coaches football sousa pacific and he asked me do you have any wrestlers that play football these coaches are looking for multi sport football players that's what they're looking for but the high school coaches are so caught up and win win win i don't wanna lose a kid to wrestling because they might stay in resting or they might not come back a good football player is gonna come back.

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"jackie slater" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on The Playbook

"You don't necessarily on the field you're pro bowler on the saints for all those years i think you're the alltime rusher firm but we'll we'll stay off a offthefield actually i'm really interested in what made use such a success off the field right uh you know you look at having your success in then you have you fairy failures as well and you know you kind of have to attack it is not being afraid to fail and so every day is going to be a little bit different you know you will have the good moment you have the bad budget just try to say look i'm going to have more good moments in my enjoy uh the one thing about the nfl now it stands for a lot of different acronyms as far as national football league but you know you really look at us not for long and so whether you are guaranteed uh three years four years five years you know the one thing that you can't control injuries and so once you come in uh really from your rookie year you've got to be thinking about the exit plan you know and as far as what do i do next i mean because there are very very few guys that play the jackie slater's the tom brady's moon worn wounded forties 40s road you know and so that just doesn't happen you know the normal ratio for guys about three point five three point seven years and that's if you're lucky and so you're talking about you 24 25 years old and you retire fire elena to say that you're retired is kind nice but um at twenty five you're looking okay what do i do next and so a lot of times is just finding sant'anna japan showed about she had this vision since you are a rookie what do you do with your money while you're playing well um for me personally it'll just talking to a lot of different investment guys whether it was some bank people whether some business people um i've gotten involved in a lot of different projects from from real estate all away to car businesses to restaurants to trucking business so afghan down a little bit of everything uh you know even pharmacy even the garbage business and no that's how a business social summit is finding a passion.

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"jackie slater" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Electrcity it does take it up a notch because it is something that you wanna make your morgan that new building that got to make your mark and that's exactly what i thought the atlanta falcons did the day making their more shown to they're still have a perennial perennial contenders in the nfc in showing it they deserve to put us spot back in the nfc championship game it will invest some more the the super bowl i just thought about something men are one of my teammates i struck kerry collins sac and torn dohrn my teammates scooped scored on the day his son or his first baby was born so i was a big deal yeah he he gave me the game ball added it was jackie slater's 20th year he played that game i mean it took him forever just to get healthy so we can play that game and i remember we won at home open in the stadium bad have yet to me my personal little deal and we'll hear a jackie slater off the field i mean you wanna talk about a great day in 1995 that was awesome what a great day today in two thousand seventeen on november seventeen as they opened at building the atlanta falcons neil trying to put away last year's defeat to the new england patriots in super bowl fifty one straight talk wireless nationwide coverage on a mirror because largest and most dependable four g lte networks there was a delay today in a football game in denver colorado the denver broncos took on the dallas cowboys but it's a sort of the reaction in what's coming out of denver after the game it's really got people up in arms i'll let you know what that's all about you're listening to the locker room here on espn radio in the espn apps the.

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"jackie slater" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"jackie slater" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"For the chargers your fuck cia you fuck fucking either roof for further randla plucked sms by the way chris everett thought you buchan flipper anderson henry allard a eric dickerson respect because they can banish shoop at georgia frontiere e craig think of all the fuck in rands from the late eighties at this point jackie slater fuck you i don't care for your hall of famer that's it for for the rand's but but the ravs at any bucket mexican route for the rams though they wanna gets a pass my good friend ben ethical battle because for some reason iran's fan but all you fucking mexican roofer ramps chaffey alas to go for the raiders actually looking seriously makes us that's how he root for the rams who until the 80s had never one share while the raiders of funding killing it left and right with a kind of quarterback and fuck in jim plunkett have you for the ramps makes no sense but yet some of them do right and here's the thing other than the game with the raiders is there are there going to be twenty thousand people that say luck that's that's the thing this i mean first of all the spanos family the people roof owned the chargers they're so bad i'm not going to get you in trouble legally so i will not say everything i know about the fucking charters owners but com and they know that no one gives a shed about the charges delays of for him playing at the staples center capacity thirty thousand thirty thousand you get more fun in fans saw fuck in osceola county four baseball game that you can do alley charter so far the charter's fought the spanos family but you all it's pathetic it so pathetic like if you're going to move the charter's moving to a place where you can like it's a jacksonville the the reason they open up in jacksonville a franchise because they knew all these stuck in hicks in northern florida would fuck shop no matter what you do when we also need the falcon hicks florida going to pay for a billion dollar stadium exactly.

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