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Fresh update on "jerry rice" discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:18 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jerry rice" discussed on Get Up!

"Ten as being the first spot that you could see someone trading up to there seemed to be the team depending on how aggressive they want to be. I can see a lot of different places. People could go if they really want the quarterback they could it could chicken at five teams traded up. You have to pick one. And that's what i picked. You could certainly see denver. Carolina denver wants to move from nine to eight. Let's make it now because when the draft rolls around and you're seeing you guys still there that you want to help sam darnold. That's a great opportunity. Denver gets the quarterback because somebody else would have jumped into that spot. If they didn't so they go from eight to nine. Now you get souls there. I'm taking him. he's the left. Tackle that sam darnold needs but if he goes to cincinnati then you help sam and you get that receiver of devante smith great. Let's help sam. let's finally. can somebody please help. Sam darnold the jets didn't let south carolina does listen. You know how strongly. I agree with that. I am rooting for that. To work out that way for donald. Stay close guys. We have so much more to do on. This also remind you got baseball coming your way tonight. A doubleheader on espn phillies. Advance at seven eastern bolivar west coast game the reds and giants game two of their three-game series tonight on espn and all the action is also on the espn app. Coming up as julian edelman walks away from the nfl. Jeff has a tremendous story for you. That involves champagne. Bill belichick and a super bowl celebration. You won't want wanna miss it. Plus he won back to back rings playing with homes and brady. We'll talk about the nfl's wild off season with leshan mccoy shady joins us next and we will indoctrinate him and get up fashion as he has to go head to head with hembo. Here's the question which player leshan mccoy. Led the nfl in scrimmage yards for the decade from two thousand ten to two thousand and twenty. That's the question we'll see if you get the answer right. Act back on. Get up in big news yesterday. Julian edelman announce he's retiring after twelve. Nfl season started as a seventh round. Pick played his entire career in new england carved out quite a legacy leaving foxborough with six hundred twenty catches. Second most in team history behind. Wes welker three time super bowl champion over. Fourteen hundred playoff receiving yards only player with more all times. Jerry rice delman announcing his retirement on twitter. Yesterday i'm always said.

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01:19 min | Last month

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"My question is you're making a hip hop album. Cover with your favorite athlete and your favourite fictional character. What do duo is on your cover. I'm going to start with l. seven. Okay if i can have favorite athlete and fictional character. That's go with jerry rice. Okay and luke cage jerry rice and luke cage. I like that. I gotta ask why i gotta ask jerry. Rice is my favorite football player of all time on the niners fan always been his friend always will be niners. Fan love jerry. Rice and i love lou cage Big he's a A staple in In comics specifically When it comes to black characters And so yeah those two. I think they're great representation of Of who. I am And you know. Black athletes and black fictional characters

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"My question is you're making a hip hop album. Cover with your favorite athlete and your favourite fictional character. What do duo is on your cover. I'm going to start with l. seven. Okay if i can have favorite athlete and fictional character. That's go with jerry rice. Okay and luke cage jerry rice and luke cage. I like that. I gotta ask why i gotta ask jerry. Rice is my favorite football player of all time on the niners fan always been his friend always will be niners. Fan love jerry. Rice and i love lou cage Big he's a A staple in In comics specifically When it comes to black characters And so yeah those two. I think they're great representation of Of who. I am And you know. Black athletes and black fictional characters

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"My question is you're making a hip hop album. Cover with your favorite athlete and your favourite fictional character. What do duo is on your cover. I'm going to start with l. seven. Okay if i can have favorite athlete and fictional character. That's go with jerry rice. Okay and luke cage jerry rice and luke cage. I like that. I gotta ask why i gotta ask jerry. Rice is my favorite football player of all time on the niners fan always been his friend always will be niners. Fan love jerry. Rice and i love lou cage Big he's a A staple in In comics specifically When it comes to black characters And so yeah those two. I think they're great representation of Of who. I am And you know. Black athletes and black fictional characters

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'Masked Singer' spin-off 'The Masked Dancer' to premiere in 8 days

Rob Has a Podcast

01:16 min | 4 months ago

'Masked Singer' spin-off 'The Masked Dancer' to premiere in 8 days

"The premiere of the mask dancer in about eight days. So that'll be coming. We'll be talking about that. We just wrapped up season four of the masked singer. Yeah so you can find all both those shows on the reality rap. He work will the mask dancer be hit. I think the first episode will do well. I just need to envision it. Like i understand why the singers they hit like singing shows do wells. Dancing shows have noticed. There is so think like give it. Those are legitimate stars that you know who's dancing but the league with the mask you could tie is going to be lower for the masked singer and i know there was at least one or two people on the thing this year that like donate wikipedia pages basically so i don't know okay because what support what celebrities agreeing to dance. More people can sing and dance. While i think i think there's some athletes. I've heard some olympians rumors. I don't know but we'll see we'll be interesting thing about all those shows. The athletes are usually like jerry. Rice in theory in sports is like a bigger deal but like he could go on dancing. Th you know what. I mean like for some reason get better athletes than they do celebrities for some reason. Why okay

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"jerry rice" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:00 min | 10 months ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"No I do not I don't believe this systemic racism I'm not gonna go into a long for most of my adult life I not only have Jerry rice right but I don't really know how it is we have system we do have some bad apples can't be changed the lady returning to growth prosperity creates opportunities for everybody we have also about a thousand opportunities on usually there is a tags and regulatory break and that was on the stretcher is we've given a lot of money this story colleges and universities for a very strong I think there will be reforms as part of this coming back together and says residential lawn order ma'am what are some of the world's in order for families ordering orders with people of all colors to unifying message there will be reforms police and other of course the pandemic's global so was the economic pain the organization for economic cooperation and development warning that the world will see near historic a contraction on the economic front this six percent decline in global GDP that we foresee in twenty twenty is larger by far than any we have projected into sixteen years.

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Dante Basco

Asian Enough

05:21 min | 1 year ago

Dante Basco

"Daddy okay. Hook the nineteen ninety-one cult favorite reimagining of a Peter. Pan Lor starring Robin Williams. And Don Bosco you are. I'm just GONNA cut right to an icon. Come on come on man and you have been ever since this this role Rubio and we have so many questions for you. But we're going to start is what has revealed meant to you over. The course of the time. I mean is changed over the years. I did Rouphael when I was fifteen. Start when I was ten before was an actor. I was I'm from me and my brothers from the bay area right. And we're all artists and actors and musicians and poets and we start as break group in the Bay. Area called Street freaks. We popular was in the bay area. Kid You know grew up going to forty niners games in Oakland as games and we ended up dancing for the forty niners and the Oakland A.'s. Halftime shows thirty. Four thousand six hundred that kind of stuff then. We got scholarships the Ballet Company ballet and so we start studying ballet and it was like a real billion Elliott thing kids from St that they picked up and start the world ours and so like being an actor. Artists has been in my family's story since my earliest memories of whatever we were doing you know and so by the time I was fifteen and did hook it was like I mean I was you know somewhat prepared for it because I was studying acting for so long and studying the greats and then I was very much whereas work with greats worked with Spielberg maybe at the height of his powers. Dustin Hoffman is. He's on the Mount Rushmore of the actors. That changed the face of acting the seventy S and whatnot. You Got Robin. Williams is the Godfather improv acting. In one of the great you know give me. The list goes on Maggie. Smith said Bob. Hoskins is like every day is like what's going on here and so I was really prepared to just really do a great job but that never prepares you for character lasting twenty five years later. It's like now I've been Rubio longer than I haven't been Rubio. You know so you know you walk around. And now it's like it means something different to a whole generation as people tattoos of your fifteen year old face on their body crazy. Which you've seen with your I've seen with my own eyes. I've signed people's bodies at kamikaze tattooed on you know. And they name their kids after Rubio and their dogs after Rubio and it means something to just the people at large as far as like this rebel spirit you know and then in mean something completely different to a whole generation of Asian Americans where I get a lot of like. You're the first cool Asian that I ever saw on television as exactly what I was about to say. It's you and I'm dismayed that you hear so often not here and again when you're young you don't really think about it when you big movie in your teenager like even though I was like a trained actor and a pretty solid artists at fifteen is like I just WanNa be cool like plea at the for. The love of God can come out on Friday in theaters and when I go to school on Monday. Ken like some people. Think I'm cool. Where are you going to school at that point in in southern California I was going to school in Southern California? I was in high school Limit town called paramount. And it's right. You know right next to Compton. The crazy thing was this is the nineties s in we got into some trouble me and my brothers in the middle of shooting Hook. We got caught shoplifting. At Serena's mall yes. I needed some isotoner gloves. We needed some isotoner. Glove would use gloves and southern California. I don't know Jerry Rice War on I duNno had some is anyway. We got caught. My parents got so and again when you grown up in the neighborhood and paramount which is like site content but it's more Mexican than black and it's you know gang violence in the nineties and we have friends run drugs. Everything's a lot going on in your young mind like shoplifting is nowhere near anything else going on a neighbor but we got popped. We got in trouble and I was actually in the middle of shooting. Hook which is super strange and the guy that Catis history does mall was like watching. Because he'd seen me in a movie called perfect weapon he's like that's that do from perfect weapon and then. Oh my God. He's they're stealing isotoner gloves So we ended up getting bused to Orange County and started and finished our school at Orange County. The and then I was there when the hook came out. So it's kind like I was a kid in school and the movie came out and I went from a school. I was like predominantly black and Latino to a school in Orange County. That was I think there was twelve black kids in school And like it was like predominantly white. We were like. What are we doing here so that was a school that was that you were in? Hook was coming. Yeah that was I was in when he came out and I was. They thought it was cool. I mean we were cool are here with me and my brother like three. Brown brothers walking around campus with high hair and Super Hip hop kids and then the big movie comes out. And you're like that kid from that movie. I kinda always wished I was in my old school when it came out. Because know you get the extra On the hometown new school. And it's all weird already now. Super

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Trump goes on clemency and pardon blitz

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Trump goes on clemency and pardon blitz

"There's former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich with served eight years of a fourteen year prison term for political corruption that was a tremendously powerful ridiculous sentence in my opinion former New York police commissioner who served time for tax fraud and lying to the White House in a financier who broke federal securities laws we have Bertie care we have Mike Milken and except for Cisco forty Niners owner Eddie DeBartolo junior who was involved in a gambling scandal Jerry rice was on the Superbowl teams DeBartolo help to build a and it was here when the pardon was announced today is a great day bye soccer mad Connie at the White House

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Trump pardons former 49ers owner

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Trump pardons former 49ers owner

"Eddie DeBartolo junior pleaded guilty in nineteen ninety eight after failing to report a felony when he gave four hundred thousand dollars to Louisiana's former governor for a riverboat gambling license that effectively ended his NFL ownership in a surprise party announcement the White House trotted out forty Niners grades Jerry rice Charles Haley and Ronnie Lott he's the main reason why we won so many super bowls the more than already planned it better father figure will always be indebted to speaking before them and F. L. legend Jim Brown I'm gonna make it real simple edit well the great mass soccer make Connie at the White House

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"jerry rice" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"These teams have been involved in some historical matchups in the NFC championship. Back in two thousand fourteen. The packers had a huge lead in Seattle sixteen. Nothing seahawks REBA comeback. I'm back advanced to the Super Bowl again. This this this one this I. It's almost fitting right that this is the last match of the weekend because it'll you'll kind of build up off to it right. You've got a lot of other quarterbacks other making their first start or the second star trying to advance their first maybe conference championship. And then you end the weekend with Lambofield divisional round to super bowl winning quarterbacks just has that gives you that that good feel about the visual weekend right viterbese Sunday night to be cold. Dark and yet. Russell Wilson going back to Wisconsin and the one. The Seattle is the have been a better road team than they've been a home team this year. There ain't one on Sunday. They're eight and one on the road. Exactly Y- been. They've been extraordinarily tough and and the whole narrative about West coach teams. Not being able to travel doesn't doesn't Work for them. They're they're only. The one loss was on the west coast against the rams in Los Angeles so anytime they've really had to travel time. They've won this season. I don't think that's going to be what what prevents them from. Winning this game against the packers. Hey ever really appreciate the breakdown of the divisional regional matchups games this weekend. She'd be a gray weekend. We'll look forward to talking to you to review those games this weekend and to preview the Conference Championship Games on next week's podcast guest things out. I'm looking forward to it and so there's ESPN analytics Guru. Evan Kaplan special. Thanks to him. Special thanks to the outstanding former Buffalo Bills Linebacker Lorenzo Alexander as he ventures into the next chapter of his life. And I'm sure great. Things await him much as they awaited him any experience them during his great thirteen eighteen year. NFL career and special thanks to the greatest wide receiver. We've ever seen play the game Jerry Rice for breaking down what it's like in the bay area and looking ahead to the forty forty niners matchup this weekend and special. Thanks to you the listener for tuning into another Adam Schefter podcast. Please join us again next week when we look ahead to the conference championship around and we're joined by the great dolphins legend Dan Marino. Who will talk about what awaits the the teams that go to the Super Bowl in Miami this year? Thanks for listening this week. Everybody talked to you next week..

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"jerry rice" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Four thirty thirty five eastern Vikings at forty niners. How do we break down this matchup? This one you have to start the quarterbacks here and we know the history with with Kirk cousins and Kyle Shanahan who he played with Kyle Shanahan was Shanahan was the OC and cousins first years in Washington and certainly there were talks talks that cousins would potentially go out there to become the forty niners quarterback when Shanahan got the head coaching job. Now you look at Kirk cousins. Jimmy Garoppolo this season both completed sixty nine point one percent of their passes Jimmy Garoppolo through twenty seven touchdowns cousins twenty six cousins had a total. QBR Fifty eight point eight Garoppolo a QBR of fifty fifty eight point seven. You look at both teams built around the running game play action passing you see a lot of similarities between these two teams but what really stands out for me at him for this Sunday is which offensive line can stop the defensive lines pass. I think that will be the key to this game. We saw in the wildcard playoffs in New Orleans Orleans however soon griffin and Denise Hunter they completely threw the saints off their game without offense early in the game the saints eventually got their footing but I think the the early disruption of drew brees completely threw the saints off base. The forty niners have a similar Impressive pass rush when you look in. Nick Boza Eric. Armstead deforest buckner. I think and as we go through these four-match all kind of give a key for each one. I think that will be the key Saturday afternoon. which offense of line can stop the opposing pass rush? I think I think that's going to be the case again. And who. Who has the advantage? Well I think that look I. It'll be tough for the vikings to be two thirteen win teams on the road. We've never seen that happen in the wild card and the divisional round. It's happened later on in the playoffs. The start a playoff run beating two thirteen win teams. I think the forty niners will do enough to slowdown hunter and Griffin and they'll move on to the NFC championship over there. It is. Wow that's quite a prediction right there. What do you disagree why I think you have to favor? The forty niners. Just think about it like this seven. The Vikings went into New Orleans. Tough physical game Short we travelled very short week. Travel back Have to go to the coast now right and Kyle Shanahan two weeks. That's a problem for anybody. I just think that he's going to be able to move that football. Although I will say I. It's hard as it is physically on. Wildcard Wildcard teams to play that much. I think we've seen an awful lot. Sometimes a team wins in the wild Koran and really gets a lot of momentum and carries it right into the divisional original run. And that's something that every one of these home teams this weekend. I think has to watch out for. I agree completely and especially in the case of team like the Vikings who didn't end the season on the greatest no week sixteen on Monday night football. We saw that disappointing performance against the packers. They sat most of their starters in week. Seventeen so it was only came into the playoffs with a ton of momentum but then they have gained leaned all that momentum with the upset win over the St.. So I agree with you. I think they could become and also keep this in mind. This is Jimmy Garoppolo's first career playoff start as great eight as the forty niners have been all season as impressive has he's been especially later in the season. This is first career playoff start. We know what happens. Sometimes when quarterbacks get onto those bright lights in the postseason choses how he's GonNa play. We have no body of evidence to compare it to so we will find out Saturday. Four thirty five and the Vikings play at San Francisco an early start in the bay area one thirty thirty five Pacific Time that night. We have the titans at the Ravens. Eight fifteen eastern. How do we break down this match? Bevin this'll be fun and I think this is really gives. Is this kind of old school field with this game when you talk about the running games right so the NFL's leading rusher and Derrick Henry who we saw what he did in the wildcard round against the Patriots against the quarterback Lamar Jackson who will win the NFL MVP and broke the record for quarterback rushing yards in a season the ravens led the NFL rushing. The titans were third the teams combined for more than fifty fifty five hundred rushing yards this season. which is crazy so you talk about a key in this game? It'll be who's going to stop the run better. I mean I think that will have a direct effect on. WHO's GonNa win if the titans can go in there and slowdown? Lamar Jackson. Impressive Ravens running. They'll they'll have a chance. I don't know that they can do it though. Yeah you know it's interesting. Is Lamar Jackson. Accent is the MVP of the season but there can we might be the MVP of the past month now the second straight year that he's gotten better stronger as years. Go on and it's almost like a big body running back like that defenders don't want as much of a part of him later. In the year he gets stronger. Everyone gets more tired. And that works the advantage of somebody's big and toughest Derrick mckenry absolutely and and you look at him with yards after contact as well leads the NFL. In addition to the total rushing yards. And as you said tough for him mm to tackle he put up a great performance in the wildcard around. But I think sometimes what people are forgetting. What the Ravens with with all the The the deserved hysteria around Lamar Jackson. That is this defense was third in the NFL. In scoring defense. I remember we talked back before free agency before the two thousand nineteen draft about all the defensive players players at the Ravens lost the dairy Smith and Terrell suggs and Eric Wetland. Cj Moseley well. They've retooled that defense a lot of which is since the the the trade for Marcus. Peters who has really short things up on the back end and that even they blitz a ton fifty four percent of dropbox they're sending a blitz which is by far the highest rate we've seen in the last decade and third and scoring defense that speaks speaks volume so this is a balanced team. There's a reason they won. Fourteen Games Adam Right. It wasn't just on one side of the ball so the titans they beat the Patriots. I think it's GonNa be a tough task for them to go on a Baltimore and win again. I agree with that. I think this Baltimore team has just rolling along. It's it's a great team. They've won twelve straight games. Last time they lost with September twenty ninth. I agree with you. I swear. Tough out for the Tennessee. Titans on Saturday night Baltimore's just rolling right now. What what about on Sunday? Let's shift our attention to Texans at chiefs three. Oh five eastern Sunday. What we make that match up this is going to be a fun game? I think with the Shawn Watson Patrick Mahomes the second career meeting between them. They met earlier this season week. Six when the Texans went in there and one we talked about the similarities between the before that game they continue now now they were born three days apart they have the same number of touchdown passes this season. They were both named to the pro bowl. And we'll talk about key in this game. It's going to be. which team can slow down the opposing quarterback when the play breaks down over the last two seasons they have the most completions and the NFL? When they're under pressure? Mahomes one Watson too so that what is going to be critical in terms of when this play breaks down which defense has a as does a better job of slowing down the quarterback. How much credence do you put into the fact that Houston Houston were able to beat Kansas City earlier in the season? I think because of where the game was the fact that it was at Arrowhead. I put something into it because we know they weren't as good at home this season as they've been in in some years past but that's one of the toughest places to play in the NFL. So the fact that Shawn Watson in only his third year in the NFL was able to go in there and get a win. They put up thirty one points. It should have been more if you remember the game. They dropped the Andre Hopkins and will fuller both had a couple of drops. It could have been touchdown so that was a seven point. Join Gaming could have been much worse so that was a game. The Texans really dominated. I think psychologically when you go into a place that's tough to play. That historically has a great home field advantage having a winner earlier this season. I think it means a lot. You know it's interesting. I don't think it could be completely dismissed. Look Seattle went into Philadelphia early this year And won the game seventeen nine. They go back in the playoffs in seventeen again score. I was wild. Okay so I mean that's that's just how those two teams matched up I know Carson Wentz got hurt on Sunday and that change Dineh but it's the same score twice with two teams right so there has to be something that tells me. The Houston is capable of going in there and playing your gate good game. I'm not telling you that the Texans are GonNa win the game. But they're capable of playing good enough to be competitive and have have a chance to beat the chiefs in Arrow doesn't this feels a little bit like like a chiefs here though just and there's no there's no and and the defense yes much better in the last six games they've given up. They've allowed eleven and a half points per game that's the best in the NFL from week. Eleven to seventeen. Yes yes. It's easy to get wrapped up in Patrick Mahomes and the offense and Kelsey inhale and everybody but this defense and there's no patriots just just feels to me like this might be a year that Andy Reid gets back to the Super Bowl. I don't disagree with that and it sets up a potential. AFC Championship game. That would be unbelievable. Again that's no disrespect to Houston Tennessee. They've had great seasons and they will have a chance this week and they can pull the upset good for them right but we got the. We've the ravens is a heavy favourite. We've got the chiefs heavy favourite. We'll see if the heavy favorites can live up to what Vegas expects of them and set a great AFC championship game all right. The final game aim of divisional playoff weekend Seattle Akron Bay six forty eastern Sunday night. What are we make? Whatever this one you've got the two quarterbacks left left in this playoff that that has some experience as opposed to the six others Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson with nine wins each in their postseason careers. You'll get the six other quarterbacks they've combined for four wins so this there's experience here. They both won super bowls. It's the eighth meeting including the playoffs. Between Wilson Rogers. The home team has won all all seven of the previous meetings. Russell Wilson's never won at Lambeau field. But the thing to counter that Wilson has been great in his career against Super Bowl winners. Fifteen and six against super bowl winning quarterback as the best winning percentage among quarterbacks with at least ten starts in the Super Bowl era so this one the there's is a Lotta great history..

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"jerry rice" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Year. NFL veteran who announced his retirement after the bills wildcard loss at Houston. Lorenzo Alexander. Renzo thank you very very much for taking time today much appreciated. My pleasure fishers own Adam. Well here's my question for you. How does a guy who is an undrafted drafted free agent in two thousand five? That goes to training camp with the Carolina Panthers with nobody in Carolina expecting much of anything have long. NFL career that just winds up now where he's a two time pro bowl player the defensive mvp of the two thousand seventeen pro bowl played in the final title. Ninety six games of your career the second longest active streak among linebackers. Before your time on Saturday. Five Time Walter. Payton man of the year nominee including get your last three seasons in Buffalo. How does all that happen? Drafted free agent from five. I mean in my mind is only God's house blessings and and what I mean by that is he's put Great people in my life. You know really starting to at an early age and I have my father's house but he tried them all. Steve Foods my coach coach really played that role and create a great foundation in from there. I can name numerous coaches and players that really poured into my life. My career's headed handed off. The field. probably highlighted probably by Danny special teams coach in Washington. and also run the Fletcher. I had opportunity play with your washing for quite a long time but amongst those men there were many of these Just really helped me out and I think from my perspective was I really grew up in those first couple of years. Because I think like most NFL athletes. You've been the man your whole life. The whole life visit me. I didn't get drafted so that was worse than that in the face and I got a couple of times and so that really may motivated. Ovadia meal really gave me a different perspective on what I needed to do to raise my game professionalism to another level in order to give myself an opportunity just to get a chance to get on the A C or make the team and so with that I took advantage of it And again just always trying to stay coach always trying to learn and try to grow each and every single year a year even as I made the transition to multiple position and just never got complacent at route was at because I saw a lot of guys come in with a lot of great talent but didn't end Achieving what they set out to do so I tried to take note of those things learn from mistakes and not make it my own and also taking things from my God. Like I say they your money Fletcher at Your Car Williams Just list goes on and on with guys all save caliber guys even issue with Frank Gore that you get to be around and learn from and so I think good. That's what Really allowed me to take you know a very humble beginnings almost no chance no shock ever make it and turn it into a fruitful and productive reductive NFL career. I'd say and you mentioned some incredible men. There Larry Fitzgerald London Fletcher Frank Gore examples of professionalism. Analyst is about and this year Lorenzo. There will be a bunch of players who go undrafted. What would you say to the guys who go to training camp camp without being drafted who are long shots? What would you recommend to them willing to make the team into an NFL career? So there's two Beta stays because You know obviously I've had a lot of guys had mentioned some guys and from my own experience I would say One check your ego because you no longer the man Dan You have to humble yourself and and and the great ones that you see. Do it So you need to be comfortable because what your college or high school is not necessarily GonNa work at this level or awesome at a total different technique. That you want you to learn. That's going to be conducive to their system. Or whatever they sound guys be successful throughout their coaching career And then number number to take care of the things that you can control Don't walk in there with an entitled mindset of what you would maybe gotten away with in college as far as maybe being late not working out to your full potential Maybe missing some classes have been a little Lazy as far as your mannerisms and how you approach your tasks that your coaches ask ask transcend ask you to do whether it's Rehab or lifting weights Approach like a professional. Like you would want somebody to treat you like the people that are working for you show up all the time one hundred percent effort do extra ask questions figure out the why and then talk to vetter leaves that are in that locker role with and try to you. Know get an indication of what allowed them to play seven eight nine plus years and lead and Really become their shadow. And if you're able to do those three the things is definitely going to increase your chances of making that team because oftentimes is coaches coaches. Want the best players. Don't play on Sunday. They won't guys that they can trust left because obviously their job is at stake too and live and die with production player so if you can gain their trust they're going to give you an opportunity and then it's up to you at that point you take the skills and the skills that they have have helped you with they make the most of it. So what led you to retire at this point time because it certainly looks like you could still play Lorenzo. You had twenty four sacks the last four seasons they still count on you as a leader. I mean you're thirty six years old. You probably could've kept playing if you wanted. Why retire now I think it comes a point. Everybody's career we really sit down and do a self evaluation of where you're at As far as professional career they weren't you had as far as life outside of football and for me Family I hold in very high regard. I've been married for twelve years in January. We take we have four beautiful kids and and and because of the blesses football is giving me is giving me a lot of freedom or bell playing football financially relationships ships as far as other avenues. I WanNa do and All the reasons at this point to come back and play for selfish reasons to continue the field my passions advised vides far as being a football player. You know to feed my ego but as far as people recognize it as sociology with being NFL linebacker. And so the reason why I really stepping away. So it's the play a supportive role in my family Really be there with my kids and be able to do at a high level quality of life Because I house as you said I'm thirty six you start playing thirty seven thirty eight in the way I play through the Kennedy. You continue to put yourself at risk obviously additional head issues news Concussions C. T. and then also You know knees hips auto little things that people tend to take for granted you know because right now this this past season it's hard for me to wrestle with my sons. Go out play. Whom for this? You know mess around because I'm sore grumpy and I don't WanNa be like that so it really was a just taking a self evaluation of what I want to be. What I think is really important especially at this age is I have kids in the House at eleven nine and five and because I have an older daughter is in college I know it goes by extremely fast and so I want to be there and really enjoy these these These glory days of being there in of their childhood And I don't know if you've got to see my daughter perform national answer. But she did an awesome job so I just want to be around fast in those moments in their lives whether I literally hoops literally football or My daughter acting and being at her place and not be able to miss any of it. So that's kind of rhyme at and Al Ed in the stage of my career and top of that they you know enjoy The foods that me and my wife have sacrificed for the last fifteen years. And they'll they'll be able to travel a little bit they've got some time It really just grow in Have some increase memories away from the game. Good for you on all those things. I got a couple things that you said that just triggered immediate thoughts from you. Lorenzo number one. You said your daughter with the national anthem doing a great job. Did she say me after that. I miss something on Saturday when she started the national national anthem so my wife had kind of indication that this is the most likely to be our last year or so back in June. She team My youngest daughter Zoey would would would be able to sing the national anthem. And so she bay surprise me We play the jets. My last home game with her singing the national anthem and there was a beautiful thing my teammates. He makes two years and so it was just a a cool Atmosphere in a An experienced a half you know. Have One of your children sing the national anthem and do such a great job in Boston. I didn't even know that she's saying that is an unbelievable thing. I thought you meant in Houston on Saturday to the wildcard game. And I'm like I didn't see a five year old girl. Okay good okay. So we're good there and that's an unbelievable way to go out and your final regular season game now. Here's another question you mentioned. You have a daughter in college lick. So you're six years old. How old were you when you became a dead? I became a dad when I met my wife when I was twenty four and I my wife Dr from the previous relationship but I don't differentiate let somebody asks me. But that's that's how I have a daughter that's twenty four and I'm thirty six by the same thing armor. Yeah I married a woman who had a child with a man who lost his life unfortunately tragically at nine eleven. And I don't think of him as my steps and I think it was my son or your daughter. I'm sure exactly. That's that's how we operate that that's the way to go. So what you mentioned all those things a lot of family time. Is there anything that you want to do professionally speaking still in the next chapter of your life. Yeah there's some things I definitely have opportunity to. Do you know since I've been look up. I'll definitely kind of branched off into the broadcasting world Done a lot of BDO JUST TV or radio. And I really enjoy that obviously keeps you around the game engaged about Bill goes additional relationships and I continue to do something at least speak about something that I love. So we'll see what I do. Something Phoenix There's several other outlets out out there. That are have a chance to at least have anything with You know probably really start down here at immediate role during the Super Bowl So I'm looking forward to that as well then I have some other things think I would do with my foundation for their kids as well while vomit these transition processes well so Couple of things on the horizon and kind of have to take time handed out and for those who don't know you establish the Aces Foundation. 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NFL 2020 Coaching Carousel Tracker: Latest news, updates and rumors on firings and hires

The Adam Schefter Podcast

01:02 min | 1 year ago

NFL 2020 Coaching Carousel Tracker: Latest news, updates and rumors on firings and hires

"Coaching Carousel and the NFL is spinning wildly on Monday. The Dallas Cowboys Hired Mike McCarthy on Tuesday Booze Day the Carolina Panthers Hired Matt Rule and the New York giants from the process of finalizing a deal to hire the Patriots special teams coordinator and wide receiver coach. Joe Judge and NAT leaves the Cleveland Browns as the lone NFL team in this head. Coaching cycle not to have a head coach at this particular point in time. But the browns have scheduled setup. They'll be interviewing the Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz on Wednesday the Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Adams too fancy on Thursday and the Patriots Offensive Coordinator. Josh mcdaniels so many thought would be in play in New York and Carolina before they went another direction on Friday. Keep in mind. The Brown's already have interviewed Eric. The Enemy Grumman Robert Sal and I think the browns would like to have a coach in place by Saturday though. Maybe it's at some point. This weekend will see what they decide to do at this point in time

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"jerry rice" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

12:58 min | 1 year ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"But it's something you talk about the middle of season. You had such an incredible career with the forty niners but but at the end of your career you moved onto different teams. Do you have regrets that you weren't able to just stick around with a forty nine dollars now. I still wanted to play. Yeah and I still felt like I had more to offer offer when I went to the raiders and when it went in there and put that uniform on and I I pretty much announced that I you know what I looked. Pretty good in this silver and black I it looked look really good on me and I had some success there. I think that year when I got Let go by the niners. I went back to the pro. Bowl did all that head opportunity. Go back to the Super Bowl but we got beat by Tampa Bay Because I really wanted to Bring a super bowl to Tim Brown And Rich Gannon in all of those guys but it can happen but now I have no regrets in. I went on to Seattle for a little bit then. I was in Denver for a second and that was in of. Did that. Look Weird when you put on the the seahawks uniform for the first time because you look I always thought you look great in the silver black. That's Jerry Rice but when I saw you put on the seahawks uniform it was like that is just weird. Yeah it was a little different but you know I also When I went in it was no way I was going to touch us? Steve largest number I was prepared to get a number rob probably going to go back to my my collegiate number eight eight but when I went in I met with Steve Large and he said hey you know I want you to wear eighty and I'm like in the way the respect that I have for that man. It was no way I was going to say no to him. And that's the reason why wore eighty the ultimate respect number respect actors like different level of respect I have a theory. Okay so you are. You are the goat in my mind But I think with athletes athletes. The problem is as time passes people forget the goats of of of past years. Right they move onto the next thing. We see it all the time in basketball. We in football. I think that your legacy is hurt. By the fact that people weren't playing fantasy football football would seriously hold on. Okay I'm GONNA explain it. Okay when when you have guys who put up incredible statistical game seasons there is a like the kinship ship between fans outside of your team you play for that is bigger than that like I could remember when Ladainian Tomlinson one me a league like I always so so I think we need to set up a twitter account or have someone do it and be like this this week in Jerry Rice if you had on your fantasy team basically like a time portal. So I threw up because listen I I looked at like for instance. You tweet when we if you had jerry rice on your fantasy team week five. Nineteen nineteen ninety. He had thirteen catches two hundred and twenty five yards and five touchdowns. That's pretty good in one week. How many how many points are you serious? Yes you. That's what you I had that. Game against the Falcons Atlanta. Yeah where they they had demery. I think he was the defensive back in. They kept trying to play me one on one like. Are you serious. Even your journey actually actually been came up and they put him on you one on one on one. Sanders was the other quarterback and they told him. No you stay. I'm I'm like okay. Yes so you're going to follow the Jerry Rice Time Puerto Puerto so why nineteen ninety-three eight eight catches one hundred seventy two yards four touchdowns like that's if you tweet that like if you had Jerry Rice on your busy team this week you would have won Wow that's basically two people realize how special you were in the numbers you put up because I think that gets lost I think I'm always surprised by your own stats. Yeah I because I never kept up with my status. That's why we twelve nineteen ninety-four sixteen catches one hundred sixty five yards three touchdowns sin- holding you didn't put him on your bench. That one more time sixteen catches one hundred sixty five yards. It's three touchdowns sheesh crazy. Yeah so even Jerry. Rice is impressed by Jerry Rice. That's GonNa Start Start for us because we have a million people. Listen to us not to Brag but Someone will start that. It'd be like this week and Jerry Rice history. I'm also so very impressed by like I've I've always look back at your career and kind of admire the fact that you came into the League and the knock against you was. You might not be that fast. You might not be fast. In fact Aaron. Donald ran a faster forty time. Then you did right. And he's you know two hundred two hundred ninety pounds big Guy But when you got on the field we you put the pads on either. You got a lot faster or everybody else. That was fast without panel got a lot slower. We got a lot faster because I knew people will be. We're trying to hurt me and when someone is trying to hurt you you have to Tennessee to Ronaldo bit faster yeah so whenever I got out in front of someone and and And I was like. That's the way I I. I used to really think. And that gave me that little extra boost that I needed to Get into the end zone but yeah that's the way I looked at it. Four six forty. I'm starting to think that the one that can public let me ask you I'm GonNa tell you this probably a doing a football game. I was running one in four tooth for tooth. Yeah too because you were scared scared and I used to my event. Yeah now if you lie me up just to run a straight forty woody. I'M NOT GONNA run time. Yeah yeah we need someone chasing chase. Beat the Horse. Yeah exactly. So you're were were no doubt or hall of Famer but do you think when you look at someone who is up for the hall of fame do you think postseason success and those big moments. Yeah Ah exactly exactly because I feel like you go back in you. Look at my post season. I was always at my best you know you go back during the season season Like during the season you look at Sunday night football Monday night football. I was always at my best you so you have to be able to perform at a certain level. When everything's everything is on a lie? What was your favorite sewell? I like them all give me. The charges are serious from Kiro from suppo twenty three the final drive from a super bowl. Twenty four against the broncos. Well we beat them fifty five. I think five hundred fifty. Yeah Being Super Bowl twenty nine I think they all brought something special. But it's like they meant something to me because I was always nervous. You hear you know hear people say it was just another game no is not super bowl and and if you don't win You know no one. No one is going to remember the loser right. It's always always at my got someone tell my my first super bowl. I remember playing a game over and over the night before because we always put the I fifteen plays in. Yeah so I knew exactly the opportunities that I would have doing a game so I'm up playing his game all night long. I wake up the next day. Then you know I can't eat. I never eat own on Game Day. You know because I you know. I got these butterflies going on. I'm nervous and stuff like that and the Super Bowl is not till late on the evening so I go go to the stadium which I always go on. The first bus over dome was in Miami. Oh Miami so I go to. I go to I I on the first bus. Go to the stadium. Put My uniform on decided to relax on. His table fell asleep. Falsely and I could hear my teammates as they walked by like. What is going on on? This is super bowl. He just You know he's he's sleeping. He's taken out but I had prepared. I knew exactly what I want to do now. Just had the carried it to the football so speaking of guys that have had a lot of postseason success and talk about what that means for their legacy. A lot of people recently have been talking about Julian early in Edison. Yeah and the possibility that he might be a hall of Famer because of what he's done in the postseason Ajoy Ataman also he took your daughter Prom right. Yep Yep did you have any words Julian before the idea. Hey you can't share it with you guys yeah. I can't say it over the air and stuff like that. No no but you know with Element what what he's doing for his he's just like he's just a tough guy Look at you know like last night. That catch he made and he just Through who is body in the air and stuff like that you know to Get positive yards But I think eventually they have to start looking at those Though smaller guys you know what they do the ball is not. I don't think ever GONNA get thrown down feels depots He used to in the past. it's is all about those Lewis Short passes in in being able to do something with the ball speaking of which you have so many records but I feel like the if your quarterback or wide receiver in the NFL. Your records get broken because of the way the League is is a passing right. So are you When record gets broken although you're still still it's very hard for someone to break? You're receiving yards record. I would assume well far away as Leery He's I I think I still think he's got a waste. I think about four hundred or something. Yeah so that's I don't know if he's got that put are you. I know exactly. I know exactly where he's gotta be somewhere close. Oh so right. So do you get when you lose a record. How does that like did you? Are you mad or happy now. I'll be the first one to congratulate late. You okay you know because I I didn't play it for the records Larry six thousand yards behind. All you got this. You're receiving record. All time was probably untouchable apple. Swayed it sounds like everything. Yeah behind you. There's there's Larry and he's he's probably got maybe one year left and I'm if that Torello we love reception wise. How how how many is he has two hundred years about two hundred ago but two hundred? So what do that to catch that. He plays three more more years. Yeah maybe three or four years. I don't know that's a lot of years. I mean that's the longevity of your career is incredible. You said it yourself like four years is the average is that Point to all the training. You think that's I think that's that's really something that I'm proud of. You know that I was able to commit to something like like that and instill love it today. You know because it's like whenever I went to practice I felt like I wanted to learn something you know not sand and I will wake up and say oh I gotta go to work today and just going through the motions and I think the thing is that really helped me to excel on for Mafia. was there ever any times throughout your career and you were fortunate enough to play on some really really good teams where you had kind of a down season or bad time and and did that impact. Pack Your love of the game and in turn affect like how much you wanted to work at it and you guys. I think one thing that really helped me and I must say this because when we lost to the Tampa Bay buccaneers in our with the raiders. Because I was always used to win in super bowls they had all your place always and and and we ended up losing that one and still you have obligations that you have to feel with the media and stuff like that now here here I am. I'm so used to you know just winning now. I you know I lost but still being able to You Know Oh do what I had to do with the media do with what I had to do with the fans and stuff like that I think I I learned more by losing than winning because when you win. Everything's just great and stuff like that and I remember. We lost that game. When I got back to my room I went to my room? I said on the bed for a second in. NFL cried like a baby. Because I was like I cannot believe we just lost the Super Bowl but now you got together yourself and you gotta go downstairs right. Yeah right well you also had like three and a half quarters to realize you lost that Super Bowl. 'cause you guys got killed well. Thanks a lot appreciate that smoked. Yeah Yeah I mean Gruden had all the play is a good thing skin and three other super bowl. That helps a little bit Is it harder to catch a spiral from a left era. Righty lefty and I had a trainer. Dad was a lefty he through so many balls. And Steve User really pissed pissed me off though. Because when Steve I came into Lee St was more of a running quarterbacks hole here I am. You know I'm like I'm running my route and I'm thinking okay. The crowd is cheering. They see me about you..

Rutgers football: Greg Schiano may be coming

Pardon My Take

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Rutgers football: Greg Schiano may be coming

"Greg Szanto according to Leroy is meeting tonight night with rutgers brass to talk serious serious business when it comes to the contractor. I think as first reported by Leroy the dog Greg Shono will be rutgers new head coach. Wow

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"jerry rice" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Objectively say, it's something your favorite in the San Francisco for nine you saying damn all them other people. I want them to San Francisco. That's what you say. It's not my choice that's up to Kevin Lynch and also John Lynch. I mean, I mean John Shanahan. In cal- Shanahan that's up to those guys. Stephen a Smith. You know what I'm saying? But I'm just delivering the message got it. You see what I'm saying? And we would love to have him in San Francisco. I got to be honest with you, man, because the way where are you living these days, I'll I'm seeing northern California, man. Yeah. We need hang out sometime. You know what? This. California. I live half Hennessy on rocks. Yeah. I know you like him see and coke and stuff. I did we can chill man. You know, what it is is damn cold? What you're talking about where you told me about coding or the California. I'll be damned if it ain't look I had to go through Chicago one year for championship game. And it was like in the teens. You gonna tell me you Fairweather. Like that man. When I hit a words, California. I'm thinking warm sunshine palm trees, if I don't hear that associated with California. I have no use Ford. That's me. Todo? Was a tough guy, man. Cold weather hail. No, i'm. Admit it. Appreciate you. My man. I'm proud of you as always always good to talk to you hear from you all the best to you. Okay. Man. I love you, man. You all time. Yeah. All right. My men play the one and only Jerry Rice the greatest wide receiver in the history of the National Football League right here with Steven A, ESPN radio ESPN news. I really don't understand what the hell say right now, you're not willing to admit that you just have a personal affinity for the San Francisco forty nine. Why the hell would you suggest that Antonio Brown needs to be there? I got a state this for the record. I'm before I get back to porzingas. I'm really sick and tired of this. Love porn star. Jimmy gets. That's right. Jimmy Garoppolo this right? Porn star. Jimmy. That's what I called him. And you know, let me give an inside joke because as Mickey Mouse, you know, ESPN is Walt Disney's, you know, they own us. Oh, just as Mickey Mouse. And everybody's always in an up rule. You know, my producer just, you know, just do my producer right over there. Jonathan went to one of the wildest, dude, you wanna meet in my life and your life, but I'll say porn star Jimmy and his face cringes. Ooh. You know, Tim with it. The producers back in Bristol, Connecticut, New York, cal- LA, everyday do excuse me. Jimmy Garoppolo without with a pool and star in Hollywood knowing that the pup rot season the cameras everybody was there. He knew that. And he went out there any with what opponents now, I'm night. I I don't have a problem with that to each is. Oh, but what I'm trying to say is that we didn't hesitate to say he was out would have poured saw. So what's wrong with me? Calling them porn star. Jimmy. What's wrong with that? I'm not changing that it's going to change it. It's going to be executive orders from the top. Because guess what? It's accurate if you go out with a porn star before you're damned pass for particular season. Anyway, all right. And you're more recognized for that date. Then you off any damn touchdown passes your through in the season because it got hurt game too. Whatever the reason why you relevant is that your point start Jimmy. I don't see the problem that I'm not and by the way, so the two Jimmy Garoppolo and the family of Jimmy Garoppolo in his not an insult you understand to each his own young single men good-looking do can quarterback protege working behind Tom Brady, clearly has some skills. Bill Belichick wanted to keep you you were seven and knowing your I seven starts as a quarterback haven't been able to say healthy got hurt. A New England got her when you got to San Francisco after you got one hundred thirty seven million, by the way, by the way, he went out with the point. So after you've got one hundred million dollar contract four. So it wasn't like she was out with porn star Jimmy before he got paid. But that's neat. The point is it happened. And that's okay..

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"jerry rice" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"It was just like it was just unreal. The way he played in the football game, Jerry resolute, Jerry Rice. Let me move on with this quick. First of all, let's get right to it. Who you picking the win this game? You don't think guy is hard for me to pick one. All I ever diction. Whoever wins this game. Guess what they're gonna do. They gonna be toasting with Hennessy. I'm I'm at at that they're gonna be Hennessy and our -plore debt. But I'm who the hell is going to be Tom Brady Bill check or Jerry golf, and Sean McVay. We'll have to wait and watch it watch this play out, man. What What? matter which? Hall of fame of experts. Scared to make predictions. Joe don't make me come through this this wire to get to you. You ain't got you. Don't wanna mention maybe you don't wanna make me. Let me tell you one more thing that parent and they're saying, you know, who's the goat. There's a for. I was. I was next to you for tardy of goats in NFL and basketball. I don't care if you doctor if you'll lawyer there's a fraternity. I understand. And I understand that means you're losing to hesitation to pick one. Well, I'm gonna ask you to any damn way. They talking about Tom Brady and acting like Tom Brady should be the goat over Joe Montana. Your quarterback that helped the liver some Super Bowl championships to you are you of that feeling jer? What did I just say to you? I said there's a fraternity of goes. Yes, Tom Brady is a goat. Yes. Joe Montana is a goat. Yeah. You're not taking one over you or go, Stephen Smith. You'll goat man. Appreciate his of all time. Appreciate that. Thank you so much, and I'm touched by that. But. Check in the mail, man. Dan, right. I ain't gonna put the check in the middle. But I still wanna know Tom Brady compared to Joe Montana because you play. Era. Okay. The different Arab. And and what he's doing at the age of forty one. You know, you've got to take your head off to all seriousness Jerry Rice because we got Jerry Rice here on behalf of Hennessy the greatest wide receiver in the history of the national football, right? Hit was Stephen ESPN radio. ESPN news. You've been on a record being supportive of the great Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Ultimately coming to San Francisco how you wanted to be traded. He wants out of Pittsburgh. He wants to be he wants to come to San Francisco. Here's where I'm surprised you. And I love Antonio do. Go ahead. Here's where I'm surprised you were a you were a model of professionalism throughout your career, you strongly believe in put your head down putting in the work and just being great at what you did. You wasn't about the drama in it by any stretch of the imagination. Clearly, a B is to some degree. And he's even taught us that because as much love my man Teo. From a pub bliss ity. Steven Steven where you're going with this man, where you're going to get my question to you is shot that you've been so supportive of AB come in the San Francisco as opposed to him work and things out Pittsburgh. Okay. Let me break this down real fast. But you I did not contact AB. He contacted me. I know the fans from Pittsburgh. Are you guys met at me? Why you mad at me? He contacted me say, hey, Jerry, look, you know, I would love to work out with you. And then the conversation changed a little bit. He said, yeah. You know, maybe San Francisco, I said, man, I say San Francisco, I said, if we could bring you to San Francisco, man, I mean with the players that we have in place right now, God, this is going to send a message to the fans that we're not waiting and trying to win two or three years down the road. We're trying to win right now. And we'll see if you're thinking about..

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"jerry rice" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Jerry Rice is on the line, which yours truly. How are you? My man. How's everything going? Everything's good, man. Another Super Bowl. Here we go. Did I ever tell you that? I'm still mad at you, and my anger towards you has been dating back years, and I have to tell you what you talking about. You mentioned quite you came off, right? Quite frankly years ago when I have on television show on ESPN tubes a decade ago. Okay. Just finished doing dancing with the stars. And if I recall winning dancing with the stars. No, I did not win. No, no. Would you do what you to run came? Yes. I did. I got to beat Shane. Okay. Well, let me tell you something you're dance pretty damn good. And you came quite frankly, and you show dance moves that. I couldn't imitate. So as it was wrong because everybody knows I can't incident, and you all your food to take some lessons. It's all your fault. Well, you don't be blaming me. I am blaming you. Because dammit, you can't I can't I can't help you dance. What you try? I'm not to pay me to give you lessons. Don't play NFL football anymore. I need a job come on. Now. Jerry Rice, first of all what have you been doing? Which is because you're on behalf of NFC. First of all talk about what you're doing with Hennessy, and what's going on with that. Let's yeah. Hennessy is they have of a righty of COMEX cognac brandy and is made in cognac France and two hundred fifty years they have celebrated this with their customers. And you have the never stop the never settle attitude, and that was something that I did in professional football. So hey with the big Super Bowl coming up probably gonna be Hennessy on rocks are might go to Hennessy x ole which is extra extra old. You know, what I'm saying.

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Ex-Steelers OC Bruce Arians says Antonio Brown isn't same player Pittsburgh drafted

CBS Sports Radio

06:44 min | 2 years ago

Ex-Steelers OC Bruce Arians says Antonio Brown isn't same player Pittsburgh drafted

"Of Antonio Brown. And he was the offense coordinator at one point in time before leaving Pittsburgh. And then joining the staff of Chuck Pagano in Indianapolis, and then becoming the colts interim coach as he battled cancer Picado dead and successfully thanked out and it became the Arizona Cardinals head coach. And now as the town. Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach. And that is Bruce Arians who said that he would not be interested in in Antonio Brown that he's too much of a diva. Antonio Brown is is not the same player. That the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted not physically we're talking about. Now. We're talking about everything else that comes along with Antonio Brown. Besides his ability to help you out and special teams and catch the football as an NFL wide receiver. Yeah. You know, Arians, basically said he's heard a lot of stories about as recent how he is speaking of Antonio Brown. And he said he plays as hot as anybody on Sunday. He practice really hard to. But you know, he's he's basically said as a paraphrasing. He's got him. He totally Brown's gotta make better decisions off the field as far as his punctuality and stuff like being being on time and whatnot. That's we said, so it's pretty interesting new head coach, you know, you've been in the broadcast booth for a year your new head coach of the box. This guy's a Steeler kinda. And I honestly coached them. It's you know, it's interesting to hear him say that about him. So it doesn't sound like Brown be going to Tampa Bay anytime soon. No. It doesn't sound like that. And that's the concern. I mean, you know, you can listen to every former NFL player, whether it be Jerry Rice and others say that he wants to be a San Francisco forty nine or that's great. I may it's great. And I do we both are in agreement TASR that Antonio Brown's gonna get traded this off season by the Pittsburgh Steelers. OB fascinating the team that he does go to am. I telling you that he's a losing player. Antonio Brown can help you in football games. But I will say that there's a lot of headaches now Brown and distractions. Yeah. Great point that Antonio Brown brings to the table that I don't know if there's a lot of NFL head coaches that are going to go out and look to embrace it. I really do. And that's the issue. I have with Brown is I don't want to deal with the nonsense. I really don't as Aaron said, you know, there's the little things that he doesn't do shop to shop to practice on time show up to meetings on time. You know, you're asked to run a hot return a walk-through run the run the hot read. What are you? What are you doing here? I mean, come on. Exactly nervous. I understand what you thought. I was going. I remember where it was funny. I mean, honestly, I it's not that difficult to it's not that difficult for Antonio Brown to handle his responsibilities. Yeah. I completely agree. I've never heard that before I was refunded. Agree with you to moves by. Yeah. Yeah. It was great. Yeah. Man. You know, I think you're going to get some coaches that are that will some teams that will wanna take that chance because how talented these days. We've all in all careers separately. You and I coming up in in all world separately. Right. I'll separate worlds. I'm sure you've come across the state me. All you've heard of guys that you may be going to do business. What guys or girls that you're going to do business? What that you've heard a lot of negativity about. And what's the first thing you said yourself? Well, I okay. This person's talented. I'm going to judge them for once. I get to know them. You give them that. You know what? I mean. I, you know, my wife always taught my son that you might hear things about someone judge them. I from how you judge them. Okay. Take defamation here. But a lot of times it could be hearsay on the advice. It is with this guy here. It's been a like him himself. He's combustible. He's tweeting stuff. Meaning it's Brown. He's been doing a lot of stuff. He's creating he's adding a ton of gasoline to these little fires that war with the Steelers in Hammond Tomlin. So if you're another coach, my point is that I do think some of the coaches or a coach will say, okay. This guy's really talented. He's a superstar. He's going to put as we going to put people to seats in the building. Okay. And and these stadiums role big he's a draw. He's going to draw people. He's a star. I so we've heard all this bad stuff about them. Just like Erin said, I've heard the stories a younger coach hypothetically might say. Well, I wanna to take that chance. I've heard the stories too. But I'm going to judge Antonio foot for what what I see we're going to take a chance on him. And that's what then you gotta hope for the best because he's gonna end up somewhere. Most you know, he's just too damn. And that's a fair way to fair way to look at it by also think that if you're having issues with a player friendly coach, Mike Tomlin, see, I I think there are guys that can't work and play for Bill Belichick. I think there are guys that can't work and play for other disciplinarians like a go back a couple years go back years ago. Bill Parcells right there. There are guys it just it just doesn't work. Now, if you can't play for a guy like Mike Tomlin, who's bent over backwards to placate you over the course of your career as you've changed with the success as your personality is changed with the money. All of that is well deserved because it's earned. I'm not talking about his personality all the money that comes his way. Tasr? I also have to look at that. Same of you have issues with Mike Tomlin, what the hell are you gonna do here? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, Mike cobblers a really is he's apprentice coach player friendly code. But there will he will be playing in the National Football League next year, you'll be making seventeen eighteen million dollars a year. God bless, but there's there's a lot. There are other guys as Bruce Arians said, I think there are a number coaches to say, I don't want daddy. Deal with that. I don't want that toxic person in your locker room. That's what you don't want. You know, you don't want that. Like, I'm a bills fan as you guys know, and I I love all young quarterback. And if we gotta Antonio Brown. I think that'd be amazing. Be awesome. But I would worry that he would like inadvertently mess. What the Josh out? I would worry about that. And I think that's a fair fair concern. But I think that a lot is coaches will judge him. For what they think and and meet with him Suez heads out, and let's just I just play a little bit on Antonio Brown side. He's been with the same organization right out of college. Right. So seven eight years, whatever it is sometimes difficult to paint. Sometimes you you'll be in better behavior. When rental the people a change of change of environment sometimes could help, and maybe that's what he needs, and maybe things will change. And may maybe

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Pro Football Hall of Famers demand NFL health insurance, salaries

SportsCenter AllNight

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Pro Football Hall of Famers demand NFL health insurance, salaries

"On Monday, we could possibly see group of hall of famers absent from the hall of fame ceremonies. There is a group of pro football hall of famers demanding health care health insurance, and a of NFL revenues or those former players will boycott the induction ceremonies. Eric Dickerson leading the group of Twenty-one hall of fame members. Although there have been some questions to the players whose names are on the letter to the league say they're not part of the boycott effort, Jerry Rice and Kurt Warner both coming out and saying that they support the healthcare initiative, but they have no intention of boycotting the hall of fame

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Football Hall of Famers threaten boycott over health coverage

Dave Ramsey

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Football Hall of Famers threaten boycott over health coverage

"The NFL has a boycott threat that has nothing to do with the national anthem. Here's some of the most prominent names in football. Jim Brown, Joan Nemeth, Jerry Rice Dion Sanders. Lawrence Taylor day. In many other hall of famers said they would not attend the annual induction ceremony in canton, Ohio unless the NFL gives them health insurance at an annual salary. That includes a share of league revenue the hall of Famer said they were integral to the creation of the modern NFL, but were left struggling with severe health and financial problems. The player said they were given a gold jacket a bust in a ring but were largely left behind while league revenue skyrocket. No media response from the

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Mark Dutton, Warren Luff and David Russell

Inside Supercars

10:44 min | 2 years ago

Mark Dutton, Warren Luff and David Russell

"What's enjoy next for Jalen a-rod. So maybe you too. We'll have children. Plus the hero from the waffle house shooting Ellen today at three on NBC four, then news for breaking down every twist of the DC mentioned murderers. You give me DNA. You can take that to the back and uncovering evidence that could change everything. So you think there might be someone else a news force special event tonight. It's six thirty. Thing we're in the business again fast, and so the teams and the push it to the absolute limits and sometimes ever and that that's what happens. Just just merged into the into the family thing, the hold alone. I'll even Barrett for that, right to Greece dot intense mania. Some like that. That just is an acceptable from the rice treks across the strategy at he is inside super supercars. Welcome to this week. It's tiny. Talk on regularises spec. Get with Craig. Reveal an interesting weekend, Greg, quite we can with father day and also hype. Everyone enjoyed they Father's Day a weekend. If it were applicable to them modest sport wise because we had India in the states with Scott Dixon closing Nava title that we had Daniel Ricardo and forty game retiring morass. There was some domestic racing young on here, which happened Winton with production cars, good to see grant Denia and Tony del Buto, showing speed and winning. But we're getting ready county up to San in two weeks time and it certainly looks like it'll be interesting rice zig, be showing plenty of form and obviously not quite the rookie card. Anyone thought it was going to be, and it's. Going to be a fascinating weekend to see if those drag strips at the grandstand and the fireside do provide a noticeable assistance to any of the guys out there. And of course, it's also Pat of this. Farewell. The falcon tour that everyone's on. And in this case it'll be falcon Zine old. Falcon liveries baps a few Mustang deliveries, inevitably falcons in falcon liveries is I think, how they wanna play it. Indeed. Yeah, there's big things plan, I think for for Baptist, but more than likely, they'll be quite a few on it exhibition at Santana's. Well. With the b. Obviously, Thailand being was the longest trek, the new guys, they know load grand prix is probably about the same length as in oval, trickling Zid be certainly had full wall. The falcons did a bit of winning. And of course it was when walking shown with Scott by getting his face when the growing private speaking of the grand prix, the Deitz have come out for this year of rather twenty nine eight and they've moved it. So it's a week earlier than this year says the fourteenth seventeenth March, and it's as slightly as a week or so closer to the Adelaide five hundred which is only last weekend in February, going into the early days of March. So. Compression compressing Matama bits the quays teams. Again, we'll have raisins complain as I'm sure others around the country will as well. I think it's gone from mar rough meth seventeen days. Eleven days or something is the expected change in the in the calendar. Formula one have moved their dight. If as long as they, I feel Cape it too. I think it was a bar Randall. There was only one game plight or something like that. If that is the weekend, the grown praise on, then I think that would be great because she wanted on Ning round via fill season because you back know twenty pages in to the daily newspaper before you get your first photo story of particularly support races as the super Khazar on that stage space in the heroes on it's always a beta problem Melvin, no nineties. Thinking Suva Qasr other than sad news for Jamie, Jamie win Cup was going to be my his US racing debut at Laguna Seca Mercedes with Kenny Abon who, unfortunately, he's had to pull out because of some homeless that Kenny has. So Jamie, we'll have to postpone to another dight, but

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"jerry rice" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on First Things First

"To jerry become jerry because it's not like he was some can't miss superstar prospect jerry did work with his dad in the summer his dad did work as a roofer and part of that was throwing bricks on the top of the roof when jerry and his brother would catch him on the ground the thing that jerry rice was number one said and i would tell you that i'd have to i have to disagree with you jerry rice's the best condition athlete i've ever seen he took train into a whole 'nother level the long hill that he used to run on to help his overall endurance now jerry rice wasn't fast on the clock but he had game speed i never saw anyone catch him he was the number one football player ever at catch and run they didn't talk about yards after catch until jerry rice also mentally tough after separating his shoulder in super bowl against a send yego chargers in miami remember him laying on the table at the pro bowl telling the doctors that he was going to play in the pro and there was nothing on the line the nfl had to remove him from that so as for overall focus as far as not the best athlete but the best condition the number one focused and disciplined athlete that i ever been around jerry rice was number one at that as far as a high achiever who kept rechange in his goals so that he might be having edge to him jerry rice was the best at that now the other players that you would clued into conversation would have to be a dion sanders i believe the best bump and run cover guy jim brown the best running back to ever play the game joe montana the best quarterback him and tom brady and on the outside you mentioned lawrence taylor i'll mention a couple other bruce smith from virginia virginia tech from this area and also my love at friend reggie white so those would be the players that i would include as far as the best football if you wanna have a conversation it would start with those six or seven names it's hard it's hard to make a an overall list of best football players we keep keep doing it anyway jerry rice no matter what would bridge both of those lists and the numbers are one of the one of my favorite stats with c is the touchdowns because the reality is i mentioned earlier when see retired he was second catches but the game has changed so much he's now fifth in catches and will i mean that you're going to drop on that list as time goes on you you've dropped in yards but the touchdowns when you retired your second receiving touchdowns you're now fourth in receiving touchdowns nobody active is too close to you that so touchdowns because even as the game change to scoring state around the same you still score 'bout the.

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"jerry rice" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on First Things First

"All right that the moment perhaps got a little bit of weight from a little too much fervor but what was your actions jerry jones jerry rice jerry rice sorry charter jones on the best dagenham owner ever say reaction i've actually been a part of conversations like this not not amongst the hall of famers but amongst other athletes and i get that i've been asked that question so many times over the last twenty years is jerry rice degrade is football player ever now most of us hall of famers first of all jerry is doing that at the lake tahoe at the golf tournament they have all the celebrities and everything that's the only place he can do that he can't do that in canton because we wouldn't have any talk like that we're all on the same team we're all and he would get some backlash might even be like a better football player did you immediately but jerry should be utterly knows that too jerry knows that any knows the hall of fame rules all right and he knows we're not hear the talk about that then there's a guy that walks in with a cane named jim brown that would probably be able to silence jerry's conversation f jerry decided to have it but we have had the conversation before as athletes jerry would definitely be in the conversation with me as one of the five greatest football players ever i could even represent because of his distance between whoever is the number two receiver and his ability to build a score on the football field so you can say is jerry rice grades football player ever that's one argument is either grace person that's ever scoring the football you don't see the most dangerous football player you can have them in that conversation long jetty expertise in his prime pro bowls all pro all those things jerry rice would still be in the conversation.

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"jerry rice" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Jerry had a drop the mic purple drank moment everybody know drafted drank the maybe have dropped its rank before that microphone and jerry rice was normally known as a quiet dude when he played in the national football league he didn't say a lot he spoke he didn't speak loudly that his play do the talking ever since retirement it's different for one jerry all world rice that's my uncle's when they get together and try to declare who's the best singer the family union have given to the moon that's what it sounded like dominoes player it's interesting because he has a certain demeanor on the field there are a lot of people suggest that you know he's obviously very confident some people thought he was arrogant throughout his career there no conversation about the greatest wide receiver of all time i it's jerry rice and then you can have a conversation by randy moss and absolutely but i don't think any receiver can be the best football player of all time wise that because the quarterback is so instrumental in whatever you are able to do no matter who you are as a wide receiver whereas a walter payton that was just a dude who was a great football player and made things happen you know lawrence taylor i mean those guys who are by opinion they didn't need a bunch of help they were impacting the game alone and that's where i think jerry rice to me he's definitely not the greatest football player of all time greatest receiver yes okay not the greatest football player who was the greatest football player you've ever seen the greatest football player i saw lt lawrence taylor's right there because that's number one for me it's hard to argue against lt tears of the impact that he made i want to couch that by saying that doesn't mean i think he's the greatest ever in terms of comparing errors of the guys that actually saw in their prime in the national football league in his prime i don't think there was a better football player than lonsdale this way i don't have people ask me what about jim brown runabout brock on thursday now i've seen with my own eyes that was the best football player had ever seen the best football player i've watched extensively was randy moss peak random person randy moss as the most talented player i think to ever come into the nfl because off freakish talent and i think he just had tools that we have never seen before to me randy's in that category with lt of just guys who operate in a different stratosphere i mentioned reggie white earlier on the show but it is really hard to argue against someone is good as lawrence taylor i think more modern times a lot of people don't bring up ray lewis ed re to me at his peaking in terms of a guy who could disrupt anything.

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"jerry rice" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"You can't count on that because it's just two different types of errors in in systems i think until name brown is pretty good i really do do i think he's jerry weiss i have to say no i think he's exciting i think he's he's he's dominant he he's a game changer but now having had to defend him a few times i we took him away and we knew out took him away because at times you can get after him and he would cower down jerry rice never did that every play whether runner pass he got after until brandon always do that and they're spilling the show that that's interesting yeah i mean this guy is fantastic tilts the coverage you have to have a way to take this guy way it's just like the argument you know you've had today's athlete you know to me back in in that ear like you say jerry rice played twenty years in the nfl this guy's got another ten years to go at least to be compared to him because he was great for all those years even when he was in oakland he was still great i mean it was amazing so you know he's got a long way to go in the longevity but when you're picking older players like saying well someone so's better than walter pay i'll always say walter pains the best because i grew up with walter pain i saw them how we block how he caught the ball iran this guy was always tremendous rice he'd always score touchdowns that's one thing you always did before anybody made a huge red zone tv thing this guy lights it up ten times more than everybody else so you know antonio brown's probably he's an atop two three receivers in today's game but rice was number one back when he played i had a somebody that played for the raiders that guarded jerry rice in his heyday was a safety said the most amazing thing about jerry rice is you almost new what the pattern was going to be that the niners ran about twelve plays out of sixteen sets you could know what the play was with jerry but his routes were so precise you and joe was so accurate you couldn't stop him the argument mark makes if you knew the route antonio was running you'd have a better chance of stopping him i the argument you just made i find fascinating because i think basically what you just said is antonio brown's not quite the competitor though that grew zero jerry rice competed on every every run every players here's what an tonio brown's supporters would say jerry rice wasn't a factor on special teams and tonio brown is just he's factor in the return game and jerry rice had no impact i don't think special teams didn't have that kind of speed only he was that type of player but your point about competitor is a great point that i hadn't thought of you you kind of swayed me there i think it's similar to go to collins favorites of it went to his like my argument with lebron versus markelle georgia i just don't think the bronze quite the competitor michael jordan is that's kind of the argument you're making here i to another guy we never see the likes of again kam chancellor who recently announced that he would be leaving the game after scans revealed his neck injury from last season had not healed according to former vikings general manager jeff diamond chancellor could be the last of a dying breed writing quote if i were gm today considering what has happened to players like chancellor i would be nervous about drafting or signing hard hitting safeties the current rules are such that these players are more prone to suspensions for legal hits and they're likely to.

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"jerry rice" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Laughed earlier this week mark when it was revealed that jerry rice believes he could go back to the nfl at age fifty five and be a productive wide receiver you hear from guys who are in their mid fifty two every day so you're a few years younger than he is could you imagine returning to the nfl getting down in the trenches being the huddle and being a productive member of the league at this age yeah for one play yeah i always still they promise not to hit me no absolutely not and you know jerry rice is delusional but that's okay you know i mean i still look in the mirror and see twentythree amy so you know i mean i think all of us are somewhat delusional when it comes to stuff like that but there's absolutely no way everybody thinks you know even the people that have never played before everybody thinks they could play and it's like the mike tyson thing everybody thinks they can you know that they can fight until they get punched in the mouth everything they play until they hit those guys are physical big there you know and they are fast and and and they are you know they have bad intentions so it's fun to talk about but yeah there is absolutely no way that i could get hit by a player today and and you know and survived that at least you're honest about it mark i appreciate that i can't imagine either my gosh let's talk about the offensive line a little bit because that is where you played when you were in the nfl that's how you won three super bowl rings they certainly are positions on the field which don't get noticed a lot until the quarterback at sacked or there's a turnover we have a situation in cleveland where a longtime offensive lineman staple joe thomas is retiring when you think about how long he was there and how many consecutive snaps he remained on the field for how you're a place a guy like that yeah he is just one of the way he's just one of the all time greats and you know when you listen to talk it's not the physicality and he's not you know he's a big man he's naturally a big man but you know he's not like some big muscle pig or anything of that nature what you start to realize is how intelligent how bright and how much he understands the game and as we all age you know it's the exceptional athletes that come right off the bat and then all of a sudden disappear those are the guys don't pay attention to the game but don't you know don't take the time to really study the game into talapity it's one thing to know your position but if you wanna play for a long time you really need to know not only what the guy on the radio does the guy on the left of you but you need to understand what the whole offense does and oh by the way instead of just their assignments and the whole office of wines assignments and where the running backs are and where you can get help and where you can get a chip and even if a guy doesn't isn't in charge of chipping if if he has to release through a big gap and you can funnel defensive lineman to him and make him play that hey two shopping carts in the shopping out the grocery store and it stops his pass rush like those are the things you learn to help you block is without actually touching guys and when you listen to joe thomas talk you understand that he has a great understanding of not only offense and where everybody is on the on the football field but where the defensive guys lineup and what they are gonna do used to have a saying when i played two bucks don't fit through one hole and you have to understand from alignment what the potential of blitz is what the potential of those players and what they're going to do and when you start to understand the game into salary like that for you can play a high level for a very long time even when you're injured even when you're not feeling your best two.

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Terrell Owens won't attend Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

Terrell Owens won't attend Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony

"Terrel owens should have been ducked into the hall of fame i don't give a damn what anybody says thank you should have been a first ballot all the fame his numbers with top six like the top six categories he was top three demand was sensational jerry rice randy moss and him top receivers nfl history statistically there is no excuse what tara lomas wasn't inducted into the hall of fame if not the first indefinitely the second ballot and understand this criticism and i get all of that that that's not you know that that that doesn't that doesn't make him look well but he should have been in a hall of fame having said all of that this just continues the narrative against you instead of being recognized for being a hall of famer you're going to be recognized as being the cantankerous individual that so many people wanted to keep out of the hall of fame and that's going to be the narrative associated with you throughout history why do that just because you want to avoid one day of ceremony where no other player in nfl history has ever avoided that ceremony why would you do to yourself i got love for teo i think is a good brother man doesn't lie doesn't even cuss but i got news for you i'm gonna do everything that i can't talk him out of that i'm gonna do everything about power to try to talk him into going to that ceremony i probably won't be successful because he's man thinks himself.

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"jerry rice" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"You look it brady how do you compare him to to joe montana in particular what you see joe montana a cool if the uh the composure of of a quarterback to lead by example and if their time on the clock and moldable out feel and we're football game uh to compare to to uh you know it was a whole different air back in the day because i you know because today quarterback or protective more you know back in a day uh you know i i think uh you know those guys could beat up on a quarterback just a little bit more not taking anything away from tom brady uh you know i i feel like the game should uh uh try to be at peace should be a little bit faith for now and and protect players but you know a whole different arrowed in uh but two great quarterback tom brady is going for ring number six uh you can't uh say anything about daddy is that you know that's just exceptional we're speaking with great jerry rice arguably the greatest player ever in the annals it's bummed you talk about how the rules of cheese we're talking about now although this year saw a slight reversal of the trend but we're talking about generally in the nfl now it a passing league um a where you know the running backs are considered either expendable or you know they're they're only there for deceptive purposes but it all comes down to the ball in the air if you're playing in this era ju i mean can even imagine what what what kind of numbers you would have a cycle three come true what would be recess man to play in this era and uh with the ball being in the air because uh when i when i play the game you only uh have so many touches and uh if you got maybe four or five touches in in a ball game on this is just one of those days where they can't cover you and you might end up catching ten balls uh you don't get that many opportunity so uh but you know in into today's league now uh uh to be able to run ralston and get stuff ovation catch the football and and and another thing with receivers they fear more protective now uh dan when i play because if the ball was not coming tomasz by.

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"jerry rice" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"This is the sporting light on espn radio and the espn at here's jeremy chef is a rare privilege at an honor to be joined by one of the greatest players in the annals of pro football the nfl's alltime leader in touchdowns by long shot in receiving touchdowns in so many categories a threetime super bowl champion the one in only jerry rice jerry thanks for being with us and thanks for having me jerry this is your time of year the super bowl is nearly upon us when you think about these teams going to the super super bowl now the eagles and the patriots where the things that stand out for you well it that with the patron holiday to find a way to win no matter what in in and the jacksonville jaguars i thought uh uh you know they they had maybe it was twenty two like maybe can or something i might have been twenty two ten and feel for some reason it's like with the new england patriots they don't panic uh no one is is is gonna get rattled and they just know how to work their way back uh to win football game and they really deserve to uh be in the super bowl then you've got the philadelphia eagles uh with mixed polls uh having an exceptional game uh that defense playing well and you know i'm just looking forward to uh a very uh physical game of close ballgame and one of those teams gonna walk away with that trophy uh you know super bowl the two jerry you plead with two halsey quarterbacks san francisco you one super bowls joe montana and steve young uh when joe montana retired the conventional wisdom was that he was the greatest quarterback of all time at least that's what many people thought now the conventional wisdom is that tom brady's the greatest quarterback of all time and it's hard to argue with that when.

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"jerry rice" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

Know Them From Adam

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

"The today that you look at and really admire i i like i all those guys named you know uh larry larry fish jail you know i i know to work that he uh what he puts into the game the dedication antonio brown julio jones's just a piece out there he reminds me a lot of uh you know terrel owens you know big fiscal guy but you know a guy that can run a four three and run by you in in in the british strike fear uh into the opponent the super bowl i'm just hoping for a good football game you gotta lean a little bit towards the patriots because they have been there are so many times but you cannot count how uh the eagle's you know this this uh uh you know a hunger team but they're going to have to be able to slay the dragon and that dragging is uh tom brady and uh i it's really a difficult task but you know i'm just hoping for good football game what is the time first team all trolls thirteentime pro bowl player threetime super bowl champion jerry rice doing these days hell of lpga a good that's right you don't cherry hill we're good yeah yeah you know what i'm doing that and uh they have so many different flavors they have french on anya they have a bacon horseradish they have a blow milk ranch and uh they also have the no fumble fanny pack now you know with all the spills in in the stains in all that you don't have to worry about that anymore you got a place uh in the know fumble fanny pack you have a place for you chips uh you got a place for you and your beverage for a chance to uh to wind and no fumble fanny pack you can go to hell of a good dot com.

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"jerry rice" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

Know Them From Adam

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jerry rice" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

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