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"jim hannifin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:50 min | 3 months ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's still a team sports my life and i'm trying to hang in there. You got it herschel. Take care herschel. Walker heisman trophy winner of course played twelve years in the national. Football league also was on the united states olympic team as well. We'll take a break as we continue with more of you and sports byline the number one gift in this stressful year relaxed sation from home. Medics now at up to thirty percent off soothing stress for thirty five years. How medics is the top home. Assange products brand with gifts for every aching muscle on your list with select items up to thirty percent off and free shipping on orders over fifty dollars. Holiday supplies won't last shop now at h. o. Med s dot com. The perfectly relaxing perfectly. Giftable gift is at whole medics. Dot com and major retailers everywhere. Fever is a leading symptom of the coronavirus. So take your temperature twice a day with the exegen temporal scanner. It's quick and easy to use at its. 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Do you have valuable collectible and worry what will happen if stolen wax insurance is a mobile app that allows collectors to take care of all their insurance needs. Whether you collect watches sports memorabilia. Wine fine art you name it. Wax makes ensuring what you care about incredibly easy to get the media quote download the wax insurance app and use promo code ensure then take a picture of your item and provides some basic information. That's it no extensive paperwork or need for third party. Appraisals download the wax insurance app and use promo code ensure today. This is america's sports talk show sports byline usa. Here's ron bar ray. Brown joining us here on sports byline. He's retired now. After twenty years in the national football league is a garden tackle and he was drafted back in nineteen eighty-six by the saint. Louis cardinals you know ray anybody that can play the national football league for twenty seasons certainly gets my respect. But how hard was it for you to walk off the field for the last time you know i. I kinda It'd be ended it or storybook way ron it was tough but i think the fact that we've finished with a run to the playoffs really made it very confident. Do you think that's a little bit different for somebody like yourself that had such a long career that it might be for somebody who's still rather young and and looking to continue a career. Yeah i i you know i. Everybody wants to have that story but in something like that jerome better story to end up in the super bowl in your hometown. You know we we. We all like the ended very nice and tidy and i you know i didn't end on a win but i had an opportunity to play on a play on a playoff football team and that was a lot of fun. And it's at the age of forty three year or one of the oldest lyman in the nfl since world war two. Take me through the stages of your career break it down for me over that. Twenty year period. What were the stages. actually ray watch. I actually came into the league in one thousand nine hundred eighty six with the saint being saint louis cardinals and Move with the team out to. Arizona was a young guy that was tied in in college. Trying to convert it to offense lineman. So i was really just Acting like a professional football player with the cardinals. Because i did. I had to learn the craft but they gave me an opportunity to play kind of learned on the run. Got to washington where i got around some outstanding coaches and jim hannifin who basically put the spin on my career you know taught me. This is what i had to do with that sort of established myself in in washington and then became a free agent. And all all of a sudden i had value or somewhat of an overnight success after ten years and then i played in san francisco when we were trying to make a run back to the super bowl and Had some success there and then off to detroit and back to washington to finish it up where my family really enjoys. The area you mentioned a phrase craft. Can you explain that a little bit further. why i think there's an apprenticeship in any job ron You have to one see somebody else do it. And then tie yourself into somebody who can really teach you're or or share you share with you some experiences and and that's what i got. I had louis cardinals. Tutti robbins also When i got to the redskins. I had raleigh mckenzie. Jeff bicyc- joe jacobi you know some some fabulous guys graham who really tried to share with me and the same then san francisco. I had to ask though Who really helped me. All the centers that i play with did a good job of really share would be how they were gonna call football game. Ray what is that comradeship. That offensive lyman have never been able to put my finger on a randy cross a good friend your good friend and everything and i've always found you guys as a group to be one. Intelligent too very articulate and three very close as a group. Maybe you can help me out. What what is the secret of that comradeship. When you're counting guys success or nobody. They're not a whole lot of one on blocks in the nfl. It when guy is successful a lot of that has to do with his linemate. whether that's a senator or guard or tackle the guy next to you really have a big impact on whether you're successful. And i think you get used to counting on people for your success. You know that in turn you know really allows you to learn something about somebody run. I think competition really brings out the true emotions or the true care of individuals and offensive. Line play you really can't hide. It really comes out and it. Lets you know real fast if you wanna compete. You know as well as i do ray that to do anything. Well you've got to have an ego ego. But i've always found that offensive lineman kinda subjugate their ego. That doesn't come out in the way you might see. Say a wide receiver or running back. Those guys tend to be a little bit on the show he side. How is that ego applied when it when it.

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

06:11 min | 4 months ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Like in the bucket ears but you know the packers have been dominant team. They aaron raw others admitted as such after that game against the panthers on saturday that they're not going to be able to play like they did in the second half of wayne in the postseason. I think there's teams can get hot. The dog of the nfc playoff picture right now. Who knows about tom brady. And the buccaneers. I think anyone you know necessarily wants to face our murray the andre hopkins and the cardinals. The rams have been so up and down that they're highs have been so high that they want at tampa bay. They wanted arizona oppressive few weeks ago. We know the loss against the jets is past sunday. And then we'll see what happens with other teams like seahawks saint so i think the kinda summarize it. Afc chiefs the bills for me in the nfc with the packers. Just because that those two home games lambo will be so tough but don't be surprised if a wildcard team comes out of the afc but the rams get eliminated from the playoffs for losing to the jets. I think i mean we're going to change the bylaws to the playoffs because of that. Well i mean that. Ellison i just again. I'm still having a hard time passing the whole thing. But here's the thing out Awful loss that was an say whatever. The reasons for we could talk about for days. We won't get into that if they if they win in seattle on sunday in week sixteen they will be back in first place in the nfc west. I i can't but you can't get over that loss. I can tell and by the way like i'm not a fan anymore. I research among honestly. Like i'm i am truly disappointed for all my friends right. Who follow the jets went through this whole year. They've gone through decades of this crap. August looking forward to get this guy and it was snatched for them for nothing. Oh and by the way like the team they played they. Nobody should have to endure sixteen. See i got. I got it but still like i'm just telling i just i can't believe it plus redo this whole podcast. So that's the way. That goes along as believe mike danna bouncing maybe the jets will have everything work out for them. The jaguars will go out. And they'll either beat the bears or maybe the colts play for week. Seventeen and maybe the jets will get a lifeline. Are still two weeks old now. you never know. That's why they play the games and then we appreciate your time today. Thank you very much happy holidays. Happy new year to you and your family and appreciate all you've done for me and this podcast this year. Thanks adam same to you. We'll talk to you next year. There is espn analyst grew. Evan kaplan on what is our final podcast episode of the season and as we begin to close the book on twenty twenty look ahead to twenty twenty one thankfully for all of our sake shorter point out. What a difficult year twenty twenty was an all the great people that we lost in twenty twenty now. Every year on new year's eve. I liked to compile a of names of people who lost their lives that year. Just one final time to remember them in the year in which they lost their lives and i keep a running track of an done this for years and the list of names of people who lost their lives in twenty twenty is off the charts and i would dare say there was more sadness. More loss more high-profile loss this year than i would venture say year that can remember maybe ever and it started on new year's day last year when i'm sitting there watching i think it was the rose bowl when espn that david stern had passed away and on the very same day. That david durham passed away. Don larsen the last man to throw a perfect human rights to receive died and the names just kept coming. Sam weiss george perlas and then of course the plane crash that everybody will always remember kobe. Bryant g g bryant. John altobelli now is the time in a moment that everybody will remember where they were when that happened and the death just kept coming chris. Doleman willie wood roger. Kahn more amanda great. Espn espy's producer. James lipton ed. Ingles del schaaf ner curly neal. Tom dempsey bobby. Mitchell alkaline to boris jackson. Hank steinbrenner willie davis. Mike curtis the great football coach. Don shula john teerlinck a friend of mine ratio cod. Well ken riley. Jim kick max turk joe bugle. Croton haselrig regis philbin. Pete hamill howard. Mudd chadwick boseman. That was a brutal one. There will brutal but that one hurt. John thompson tom. Seaver larry wilson gale. Sayers bob gibson whitey ford joe morgan fred dean seed hartman jimmy. You're travis roy. Herb adderley poll for nick. Jake scott diego maradona. Jim hannifin ray perkins lorenzo tele pharaoh. I'm sure i'm leaving off people. But that's a partial list of some of the names that i compiled. I didn't even include a guy like vomit clear the great espn reporter down in atlanta colleague of ours. So many people this year so many great people and so many memorable people who made a difference in our lives and i just wanted to repeat one final time on the way out of twenty twenty how much we remember these people how much we will miss these people. And what a difference they made in all of our lives.

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on WTOP

"Receive any advertised product, you must become a member of Penn Fed, injured by NC Away Sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red 8 15. Now the Ben Raby, the Washington football team in Dallas for the 10th time on Thanksgiving, the Cowboys eight and one in their previous nine Turkey Day matchups against Washington 10 Year. Vet Ryan Carrigan, though, was around for that Washington win back in 2012 and now ready for his fourth appearance on Thanksgiving. When the schedule came at us all we're playing at Dallas on Thanksgiving. I was so high because I mean this This game's unbelievable and you watch football on Thanksgiving. Growing up, You watch it to be a part of this game. It's it really is, it's something else. And while former Washington offensive line coach Jim Hannifin has died at the age of 87 if it was the head coach of the ST Louis Cardinals in the 19 eighties before succeeding Joe Bugle in Washington and often served as Washington's O line coach from 1990 through 96. Was part of the Super Bowl winning staff in 1991 College basketball season underway Maryland a winner in its season opener, 85 67 over Old Dominion. No fans in college Park coach Mark Turgeon, describing the atmosphere as unique, but also noting it was fun. It was fun to be back out there. It was taken away from us. Rightfully so last year, and you know, we know every day that we play a game. It's a it's a blessing. Marilyn plays Navy On Friday, the Midshipmen beat George.

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on WTOP

"Think Red. Good morning It's 7 15. And here's been Raby Washington football team in Dallas for the 10th time on Thanksgiving, the Cowboys eight and one in their previous nine Turkey Day matchups against Washington 10 Year event. Ryan Carrigan, though, was around for that Washington win back in 2012 and now ready for his fourth appearance on Thanksgiving. When the schedule came at us all we're playing at Dallas on Thanksgiving. I was so high because I mean this This game's unbelievable and you watch football on Thanksgiving. Growing up, You watch it to be a part of this game. It's it really is, it's something else. And while former Washington offensive line coach Jim Hannifin has died at the age of 87 if it was the head coach of the ST Louis Cardinals in the 19 eighties before succeeding Joe Bugle in Washington and often served as Washington's O line coach from 1990, through 96 was part of the Super Bowl winning staff in 1991. College basketball season underway. Maryland A winner in its season opener, 85 67 over Old Dominion. No fans in college Park coach Mark Turgeon, describing the atmosphere as unique, but also noting it was fun. It was fun to be back out there. It was taken away from us rightfully so last year, and you know, we know every day that we play a game. It's a it's a blessing. Marilyn plays Navy On Friday, the Midshipmen beat George Washington 78 71 Georgetown, but, um See it. McDonough arena been Ray B w T o p sports up ahead after traffic and weather. Black lives matter. Response to D C police chief leaving the department and the selection process ahead. I'm making Cloherty it's 7 17 tell you all the fast things you could do with the new iPhone 12 on Xfinity Mobil's fascination Why five G network we brought in someone really fast. Alan and up. So that show a friend recommended to the airport, then down to the whole season over five days before they shut the cabbage or take a picture of her baby, Then take another one and wide and another one and ultra wideband. So the whole baby picture albums your entire extended family downloading favorite bands album, All of them remix It recorded dancing, Dolby Vision and riposted doing needs some water. Huh? Now be fine. Drop your phone after being sent to jump scare by a friend..

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on WTOP

"In Crest 6 15 to Ben Raby, the Washington football team in Dallas for the 10th time on Thanksgiving, the Cowboys eight and one in their previous nine Turkey Day matchups against Washington 10 Year. Vet Ryan Carrigan, though, was around for that Washington win back in 2012 and now ready for his fourth appearance on Thanksgiving. Well, when the schedule came out I saw were playing at Dallas on Thanksgiving. I was so high because I mean this This game's unbelievable and you watch football on Thanksgiving. Growing up, You watch it to be a part of this game. It's it really is, it's something else. And while former Washington offensive line coach Jim Hannifin has died at the age of 87 if it was the head coach of the ST Louis Cardinals in the 19 eighties before succeeding Joe Bugle in Washington and often served as Washington's O line coach from 1990 through 96. Was part of the Super Bowl winning staff in 1991 College basketball season underway Maryland a winner in its season opener, 85 67 over Old Dominion. No fans in college Park coach Mark Turgeon, describing the atmosphere as unique but also noting it was fun. It was fun to be back out there. It was taken away from us rightfully so last year, and you know, we know every day that we play a game. It's a it's a blessing. Marilyn plays Navy On Friday, the Midshipmen beat George Washington. 78. 71, Georgetown, The UMBC it McDonough Arena. Ben Ray B w t o P. Sports Coming UP Main DISHES, Sides and deserts. Thanksgiving Recipes from Native American chefs I Michelle bash 6 16 This'll HOLIDAY AT T Mobile. It's not.

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 5 months ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on WTOP

"And while former Washington offensive line coach Jim Hannifin has died at the age of 87 if it was the head coach of the ST Louis Cardinals in the 19 eighties before succeeding show You go in Washington and often served as Washington's O line coach from 1990 through 96 was part of the Super Bowl winning staff in 1991 College basketball season underway. Maryland a winner in its season opener, 85 67 over Old Dominion. No fans in College Park coach Mark Turgeon, describing the atmosphere as unique, but also noting it was fun. It was fun to be back out there. It was taken away from us. Rightfully so last year, and you know, we know every day that we play a game. It's a it's a blessing. Marilyn plays Navy On Friday, the Midshipmen beat George Washington. 78. 71, Georgetown, the UMBC it McDonough Arena, then Ray B w T o P Sports Up ahead after traffic and weather wants something different for Thanksgiving dinner. Native American chefs have some ideas. I Michelle Bash. It's 5 17. Hi, this is Dave Preston. Last week, a bunch of us from W T. O P gathered socially distant. Of course, to celebrate a co worker's retirement. And wouldn't you know that more than one person in our group at the steakhouse wanted to know what was in the chicken? Christopher seriously, who gets chicken and a steak house? Xfinity understands that not everybody has the same taste. Their menu offers a multitude of options for TV and Internet. For those who like to think outside the box, Ah wide array of sports and movie channel packages to satisfy even the most finicky viewer. They even send me weekly alerts about shows and programs. Might be interested in and they don't make you feel guilty for being into the programming equivalent of the chicken Christopher, which isn't bad. It's a boneless chicken breast, lightly breaded and sauteed. Serve with garlic, white wine butter sauce. Just don't get it in a steak house. If you didn't know Xfinity has something for everyone. Check out the latest of your local Xfinity store. Visit Xfinity dot com or call 1 800 Xfinity to learn more Following is a paid commercial message. We've all been affected by covert 19 at some level. Unfortunately, this beast is leaving low income families. Even further behind navigating life is.

"jim hannifin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on WTOP

"River. Technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red 11 15. Tobin Raby. Alright, can we'll start with the NFL Washington football team getting set to face the Dallas Cowboys tomorrow on Thanksgiving, both teams three and seven on the year at the winner tomorrow will sit alone and top the NFC East Washington safety douches Er Everett ruled out for a second straight week. Meanwhile, former Washington offensive line coach Jim Hannifin has died at the age of 87 often was the head coach of the same Louis Cardinals in the 19 eighties before succeeding Jew Joe Bugle in Washington head often served as Washington's O line coach from 1993 96 was part of the Super Bowl winning coaching staff in 1991 college basketball. Despite several cancelations and postponements across the country, the season is underway. Maryland took care of their home opener 85 67 over Old Dominion and for head coach marked URGENT. It was fun. It was fun to be back out there. It was taken away from us rightfully so last year, and you know it's just fun to play a game. You know, we know every day that we play a game. It's a it's a blessing. Maryland's next game is Friday against Navy. The Midshipmen one their opener 78 71 over George Washington on the hilltop George Counter winner over U. N. B. C 72 62 at the newly named John Thompson Court and McDonough Arena and despite standing at just 5 FT five soccer legend Diego Maradona was a giant in his sport, widely considered one of the greatest soccer players of all time. Maradona has died from cardiac arrest. He was known as the Golden Boy. He captained Argentina to the 1986 World Cup title where he was the tournament's leading score. Maradona was 60 And Ray b w T o P Sports coming up after traffic and weather Montgomery County asking residents to redouble their efforts to stay safe in relation to cove in 11. 17 Bonzo No. One John No. One a Santa Ana Sarah..

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on Run It Again

Run It Again

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on Run It Again

"It was. Oh, you guys! The country of the writers. You guys actually thought that we were GONNA miss misstep. Run of. Yeah Right. You're lead up in three tight. Man I said Oh. My Gosh Jim Hansen are lying coats of course in. In Jim was married to. You know the way things were done in the past, you know. Old School right so he wanted to run power and rent power one more time this. So anytime we come back out and and you on the board with the different runner, new idea or something like that. Every in the room was kind of excited when we talk about all times, staff and Jam would say well. You know this can go wrong not. As just dominion. You're scared. You're scared you. Think. That would get. Together at all laughing, but that was a deal. We used to say every time. We want like the ninety flip thing that we had. you know we created June Jim that now. It's high school and he fought it and you fly because A. We didn't practice seem to work and it ended up being fine, but. We're used to tease each other, and they tease me to somebody. Come up with an idea. Anisette is coaches scared that kind of thing so. We always use that with players and coaches. You know to not put your foot on the brake, and if if you can coach it if it makes sense, if it sound, why wouldn't you run it? You know I learned from nervous, nor nor y'all time foot and Appel now. That's an inch. I can remember working for he's time as we come on a game and run a triple reverser double reverse in the first play the game and my also be sweating, you know. I know you got a a pretty good Jim Hannifin story. Somewhere and I I've heard that there's. A deal with a rental car at an airport that he left running somewhere. Do you talk about that? Oh, there's so many of those stories. There's so major Athens stores I mean this. This is about ten ten segment or a ten week deal for Jim Yeah. Yeah, yeah I think in those days. You just pull your car up and and. A right next to the airport and some small airports in you can park it and you walk in while he will get right, and he just got his bags and opened the door to door was open. He went and got on the plane left before you had to secure the cars out there in the front runner with the door left rental. Car read out the front. And? The players, the players just adored him. You know they had those donuts. donuts what he called crispy. Yeah. Yeah, so they. The dolphins alignment would make the young often slimane bring like A. Sex doesn't seem to every morning that they had enhanced..

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"You want it you need it. It's what everyone's talking about the Kevin Sheehan show. Now here's Kevin. I'm here errands. This year. Ben Standing From athletics going to join us on the show today as well talk about the Jack Del. Rio and Scott Turner Conference call a get together Get togethers yesterday with the media. So we'll go through all of that. I just wanted to start real quickly. I want to talk some college basketball here for a little bit. But before we get to that you know the hall of fame yesterday. This is the centennial year of the National Football League. They're putting more people from the past into this year's hall of fame class. It's going to be a class of twenty thirteen of those are former players from way. Back in the day in former contributors as well Drew Pearson the longtime cowboys receiver. Didn't get into the hall of fame. He was very distraught over that You've probably seen some of the stories about that. I feel badly for him just like I felt badly for Joe. Jacobi Joe Jacobi is deserving of the hall of fame. Let me just say that we've talked about that many times I actually don't think drew Pearson is like one of these guys that has is to be in the hall of fame personally. He's the last player for that all decade team. Who isn't in it though? Is that true. Yeah from the nineteen seventies all decade team with branch. It might be the last offensive flirt like there is also the the last it was either last office layer last player who wasn't in the hall of fame I want to look that up. That's very interesting to me because I did. Did you know twenty minutes on on this on the radio on this morning. And you know Lynn Swan Drew Pearson are the first team receivers Harold Carmichael Paul Warfield Warfield second team receivers. You know I'm sorry but cliff. Branch should be. You know Included Harold Jackson should be included in that set. Seventy this from new East Greenwich Enrich Hill. The only eligible all decade offense defense his first teamers to not be in the hall of fame from the Seventies. It's Pearson Eighties. Everyone's in the hall of fame What about Jake? Jake is injected. Second or third. It's like a second or third team all tackle. Will you know All decade. I open it for the first teamers. Yes okay Yeah let me just see on the in the eighties team. The tech the first team to see this is. I'm sorry I didn't I actually didn't know this. I appreciate you bringing this up Jacoby as a second team all decade recipients For the eighties is a left attack. Along with Gary Zimmerman. The first team tackles or Mundos in covert covert got into the hall of fame yesterday. Jimbo covert should not be in the hall of fame before Joe Jacobi. This is what I was going to be. This was the purpose of starting this conversation restarting the show with this conversation into Joe Jacobi played first of all many more years than covert did beyond that their career sort of paralleled each other in the eighties. Jacoby had three all pro Nominal three three all pro nods covert had to Jacoby was in four pro bowls. Covert was in to Y- the Jacoby three was a part of three super bowl winning teams covert overt one covert team that won the super bowl was a defensive team. The eighty five bears Jacoby played on a team that was highlighted by his in Rusk. Graham Reamin Jeff Bostick etc hogs play during those three super bowl wins covert basically spent half of his career because he only had an eight year. Career watching Joe Jacobi playing the Goddamn Super Bowl. Okay J Jim Covert Jimbo. Covert does not deserve to be in the hall of fame before Joe Jacobi Obi that's number one number two is this the drew Pearson thing cliff. Branch was a player in the seventies. Who's not in the hall of fame on those great writers teams into the eighties to you? I'm cliff branch has better numbers than Drew Pearson. But beyond that forget about the numbers here for a moment if you watched and grew up with football in the seventies like I did I was a child of the seventies and that's when when I fell in love with the NFL cliff branch was a wide. Receiver that defenses had to game plan for he was the best deep threat in the game. Okay he he was a guy that when you played the raiders whether stabler was a quarterback or Plunkett was the quarterback or mark. Wilson was the quarterback. Whoever the quarterback was cliff branch number twenty one had to be game plan for Drew Pearson was a really good player in the seventies? I didn't think he was in the hall of fame and I do this all the time because I don't really have the the hall of fame memorized memorized. I don't but you know somebody brings up a player and says is that player in the hall of fame. I would've said before yesterday. I don't think drew Pearson's Hall of fame and I don't think drew Pearson is a hall of Famer Aamer. That's my that was my first reaction went back. Looked at the numbers really good player in the seventy s good receivers in the seventies branches and isn't in the hall of fame. And then and a guy from the seventies got in yesterday's part of this. You Know Centennial Group. Going in Harold Carmichael got into the hall of Fame Carmichael Six foot eight receiver for the Eagles. I mean Pat Hat Fisher owned him for much of his career. I didn't think of Harold Carmichael as a hall of Famer before yesterday. And I really don't think Harold Carmichael was a hall of fame kind of player Charlie Charlie Taylor even though his career ended in nineteen seventy five seventy six. He's the best receiver of the Sixties and Seventies in terms of the guys the of that decade. Harold Jackson was exceptional Swann. Stallworth obviously very good bullet knockoff. I mean come on best hands in the business in that decade you had guys like gene Washington and and in Ken Burrow get good receivers. John Gilliam You know just in thinking through I mean Pearson played on Cowboy Albouy teams. That were excellent. Man Tony Dorsett for half that decade. You know Billie Joe to pre though the other running backs Twain Thomas Calvin Hill. You Know Robert newhouse. You know great great defenses crate. Coaching Staff Clipper Scott in yesterday. I don't think Cliff Harris is as a hall of Famer. I don't know how they did this yesterday. And not an overlooked Joe Jacobi again. This is something that's hard to really determine for all all of us you know. Do you compare numbers. Do you compare sort of the qualitative what you remember watching them You know what their peers say. What coaches say? Hey you know I. It's a very subjective thing. I understand that a my biggest gripe is Jacoby not in Jimbo covert in because they're two careers arrears essentially paralleled. Each Other and Jacoby was a better player on a team that was much more offensive and relied very much on their offensive line in covert played on a team that was dominant defensively. The redskins and the bears played in the postseason three times in the eighties. The bears came in here the year before they won the Super Bowl and eighty four and beat the Redskins At RFK stadium in the divisional round they sacked thighs. Men like nine times in the game. the famous story about that game that the bears pass rush the bears defense in eighty four. was I mean you saw it coming. He was such a great defense in an eighty. Five was all time but it was great ninety four to But the famous story about that particular regular game is the Joe Gibbs who was absolutely Fearful of the shotgun because of the risk with the snap. I mean think about this. You know that's the nineteen eighties and and you know everybody's moving to the Shotgun Gibbs quarterbacks were all under center for every single snap will. They had apparently practice the shotgun leading into that playoff game because the bears defense was so menacing and it got out through a local reporter that the Redskins in practice were practising shotgun with Eisman and gibbs was irate and didn't run it in the game against the bears in nineteen in January of Nineteen Eighty the playoff game. Actually I think it was New Year's Eve. Nineteen Gene. Eighty four. They lost there was a big fake punt net. Game Walter Payton had a big game actually threw touchdown pass in that game. Believe that's the case I'm going to look up that the the That particular box score. See if I have that right under there was a huge fake punt in the game The redskins had won that division that year on the final week of the year against the cardinals at RFK they beat Roy Green and and stump Mitchell That that particular team Jim Hannifin team. That was really good with Saint Louis that year. Neil lomax was the quarterback. They beat them twenty. Nine twenty seven is the game art monk. I think. Set the record for a season number of catches in a season amongst set that record. I think in that game the season finale and then they played played the bears. Okay here it is December thirtieth or eight not New Year's Eve almost one day off. I'm twenty three to nineteen. Bears won that game and in that game You had yet walter. Payton three touchdown pass through A halfback option touchdown pass to Pat Dunsmore and Steve Fuller was the quarterback in that game and for the bears McMahon would be the quarterback the next year Walter Payton rushed for one hundred four yards in that game Immaculate see the fake punt. Let's go to the play by play but I'm pretty sure they had a huge fake punt in the game. I could be wrong about that. Maybe I'm just remember remembering the peyton play Let's see if they've got play by play this game they don't anyway I do remember that game for the most part not all of it Redskins were nine point favorites in that game and that was the beginning of the eighty five bears the eighty four bears. You saw it coming. You saw that. How great they were an thighs? Men Wasn't sacked nine times here. It is seven times in the game. The bears defense had seven saks in the game. Richard Dent had three of them. Hampton had to McMichael had one The way they were coming my point is is the bears were known for their great defense offense and winning with defense the redskins known for their running game and their offensive line and the redskins then went on after that game losing to the bears. There's to beat the bears twice in the postseason at soldier field The eighty six season featured the bears coming off the eighty five years. Here's the defending champs. A fourteen into season and the redskins went in there and beat them in the divisional round. Twenty seven to thirteen I think was the the final score that game And then in Walter Payton's final game. which was the game that Darryl Green had the punt return the following year went in there and beat those bears Twenty one to seventeen eighteen courtesy of the late third quarter. Darryl Green one of the most famous plays in franchise history punt return at soldier field in what would turn out to be Walter. Payton's final game mm-hmm and there is the iconic shot of the frigid weather at soldier field on the Redskins. You know having won the game and Walter Payton sitting on the bench. You know head head in hands Devastated knowing that that was his final game as an NFL player. A loss at home to the Redskins Jimbo covert lost His team's loss to the redskins twice beat him. Once redskins won three superbowls Jacoby accolades during that decade more than covert with the exception of this first team all decade designation with gear with Jacoby second team all decade designation ridiculous. The other part of this real quickly is just the process of you know a poor drew Pearson told you might be in..

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"You want it you need it. It's what everyone's talking about the Kevin Sheehan show. Now here's Kevin. I'm here errands. This year. Ben Standing From athletics going to join us on the show today as well talk about the Jack Del. Rio and Scott Turner Conference call a get together Get togethers yesterday with the media. So we'll go through all of that. I just wanted to start real quickly. I want to talk some college basketball here for a little bit. But before we get to that you know the hall of fame yesterday. This is the centennial year of the National Football League. They're putting more people from the past into this year's hall of fame class. It's going to be a class of twenty thirteen of those are former players from way. Back in the day in former contributors as well Drew Pearson the longtime cowboys receiver. Didn't get into the hall of fame. He was very distraught over that You've probably seen some of the stories about that. I feel badly for him just like I felt badly for Joe. Jacobi Joe Jacobi is deserving of the hall of fame. Let me just say that we've talked about that many times I actually don't think drew Pearson is like one of these guys that has is to be in the hall of fame personally. He's the last player for that all decade team. Who isn't in it though? Is that true. Yeah from the nineteen seventies all decade team with branch. It might be the last offensive flirt like there is also the the last it was either last office layer last player who wasn't in the hall of fame I want to look that up. That's very interesting to me because I did. Did you know twenty minutes on on this on the radio on this morning. And you know Lynn Swan Drew Pearson are the first team receivers Harold Carmichael Paul Warfield Warfield second team receivers. You know I'm sorry but cliff. Branch should be. You know Included Harold Jackson should be included in that set. Seventy this from new East Greenwich Enrich Hill. The only eligible all decade offense defense his first teamers to not be in the hall of fame from the Seventies. It's Pearson Eighties. Everyone's in the hall of fame What about Jake? Jake is injected. Second or third. It's like a second or third team all tackle. Will you know All decade. I open it for the first teamers. Yes okay Yeah let me just see on the in the eighties team. The tech the first team to see this is. I'm sorry I didn't I actually didn't know this. I appreciate you bringing this up Jacoby as a second team all decade recipients For the eighties is a left attack. Along with Gary Zimmerman. The first team tackles or Mundos in covert covert got into the hall of fame yesterday. Jimbo covert should not be in the hall of fame before Joe Jacobi. This is what I was going to be. This was the purpose of starting this conversation restarting the show with this conversation into Joe Jacobi played first of all many more years than covert did beyond that their career sort of paralleled each other in the eighties. Jacoby had three all pro Nominal three three all pro nods covert had to Jacoby was in four pro bowls. Covert was in to Y- the Jacoby three was a part of three super bowl winning teams covert overt one covert team that won the super bowl was a defensive team. The eighty five bears Jacoby played on a team that was highlighted by his in Rusk. Graham Reamin Jeff Bostick etc hogs play during those three super bowl wins covert basically spent half of his career because he only had an eight year. Career watching Joe Jacobi playing the Goddamn Super Bowl. Okay J Jim Covert Jimbo. Covert does not deserve to be in the hall of fame before Joe Jacobi Obi that's number one number two is this the drew Pearson thing cliff. Branch was a player in the seventies. Who's not in the hall of fame on those great writers teams into the eighties to you? I'm cliff branch has better numbers than Drew Pearson. But beyond that forget about the numbers here for a moment if you watched and grew up with football in the seventies like I did I was a child of the seventies and that's when when I fell in love with the NFL cliff branch was a wide. Receiver that defenses had to game plan for he was the best deep threat in the game. Okay he he was a guy that when you played the raiders whether stabler was a quarterback or Plunkett was the quarterback or mark. Wilson was the quarterback. Whoever the quarterback was cliff branch number twenty one had to be game plan for Drew Pearson was a really good player in the seventies? I didn't think he was in the hall of fame and I do this all the time because I don't really have the the hall of fame memorized memorized. I don't but you know somebody brings up a player and says is that player in the hall of fame. I would've said before yesterday. I don't think drew Pearson's Hall of fame and I don't think drew Pearson is a hall of Famer Aamer. That's my that was my first reaction went back. Looked at the numbers really good player in the seventy s good receivers in the seventies branches and isn't in the hall of fame. And then and a guy from the seventies got in yesterday's part of this. You Know Centennial Group. Going in Harold Carmichael got into the hall of Fame Carmichael Six foot eight receiver for the Eagles. I mean Pat Hat Fisher owned him for much of his career. I didn't think of Harold Carmichael as a hall of Famer before yesterday. And I really don't think Harold Carmichael was a hall of fame kind of player Charlie Charlie Taylor even though his career ended in nineteen seventy five seventy six. He's the best receiver of the Sixties and Seventies in terms of the guys the of that decade. Harold Jackson was exceptional Swann. Stallworth obviously very good bullet knockoff. I mean come on best hands in the business in that decade you had guys like gene Washington and and in Ken Burrow get good receivers. John Gilliam You know just in thinking through I mean Pearson played on Cowboy Albouy teams. That were excellent. Man Tony Dorsett for half that decade. You know Billie Joe to pre though the other running backs Twain Thomas Calvin Hill. You Know Robert newhouse. You know great great defenses crate. Coaching Staff Clipper Scott in yesterday. I don't think Cliff Harris is as a hall of Famer. I don't know how they did this yesterday. And not an overlooked Joe Jacobi again. This is something that's hard to really determine for all all of us you know. Do you compare numbers. Do you compare sort of the qualitative what you remember watching them You know what their peers say. What coaches say? Hey you know I. It's a very subjective thing. I understand that a my biggest gripe is Jacoby not in Jimbo covert in because they're two careers arrears essentially paralleled. Each Other and Jacoby was a better player on a team that was much more offensive and relied very much on their offensive line in covert played on a team that was dominant defensively. The redskins and the bears played in the postseason three times in the eighties. The bears came in here the year before they won the Super Bowl and eighty four and beat the Redskins At RFK stadium in the divisional round they sacked thighs. Men like nine times in the game. the famous story about that game that the bears pass rush the bears defense in eighty four. was I mean you saw it coming. He was such a great defense in an eighty. Five was all time but it was great ninety four to But the famous story about that particular regular game is the Joe Gibbs who was absolutely Fearful of the shotgun because of the risk with the snap. I mean think about this. You know that's the nineteen eighties and and you know everybody's moving to the Shotgun Gibbs quarterbacks were all under center for every single snap will. They had apparently practice the shotgun leading into that playoff game because the bears defense was so menacing and it got out through a local reporter that the Redskins in practice were practising shotgun with Eisman and gibbs was irate and didn't run it in the game against the bears in nineteen in January of Nineteen Eighty the playoff game. Actually I think it was New Year's Eve. Nineteen Gene. Eighty four. They lost there was a big fake punt net. Game Walter Payton had a big game actually threw touchdown pass in that game. Believe that's the case I'm going to look up that the the That particular box score. See if I have that right under there was a huge fake punt in the game The redskins had won that division that year on the final week of the year against the cardinals at RFK they beat Roy Green and and stump Mitchell That that particular team Jim Hannifin team. That was really good with Saint Louis that year. Neil lomax was the quarterback. They beat them twenty. Nine twenty seven is the game art monk. I think. Set the record for a season number of catches in a season amongst set that record. I think in that game the season finale and then they played played the bears. Okay here it is December thirtieth or eight not New Year's Eve almost one day off. I'm twenty three to nineteen. Bears won that game and in that game You had yet walter. Payton three touchdown pass through A halfback option touchdown pass to Pat Dunsmore and Steve Fuller was the quarterback in that game and for the bears McMahon would be the quarterback the next year Walter Payton rushed for one hundred four yards in that game Immaculate see the fake punt. Let's go to the play by play but I'm pretty sure they had a huge fake punt in the game. I could be wrong about that. Maybe I'm just remember remembering the peyton play Let's see if they've got play by play this game they don't anyway I do remember that game for the most part not all of it Redskins were nine point favorites in that game and that was the beginning of the eighty five bears the eighty four bears. You saw it coming. You saw that. How great they were an thighs? Men Wasn't sacked nine times here. It is seven times in the game. The bears defense had seven saks in the game. Richard Dent had three of them. Hampton had to McMichael had one The way they were coming my point is is the bears were known for their great defense offense and winning with defense the redskins known for their running game and their offensive line and the redskins then went on after that game losing to the bears. There's to beat the bears twice in the postseason at soldier field The eighty six season featured the bears coming off the eighty five years. Here's the defending champs. A fourteen into season and the redskins went in there and beat them in the divisional round. Twenty seven to thirteen I think was the the final score that game And then in Walter Payton's final game. which was the game that Darryl Green had the punt return the following year went in there and beat those bears Twenty one to seventeen eighteen courtesy of the late third quarter. Darryl Green one of the most famous plays in franchise history punt return at soldier field in what would turn out to be Walter. Payton's final game mm-hmm and there is the iconic shot of the frigid weather at soldier field on the Redskins. You know having won the game and Walter Payton sitting on the bench. You know head head in hands Devastated knowing that that was his final game as an NFL player. A loss at home to the Redskins Jimbo covert lost His team's loss to the redskins twice beat him. Once redskins won three superbowls Jacoby accolades during that decade more than covert with the exception of this first team all decade designation with gear with Jacoby second team all decade designation ridiculous. The other part of this real quickly is just the process of you know a poor drew Pearson told you might be in..

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"You want it you need it. It's what everyone's talking about the Kevin Sheehan show. Now here's Kevin. I'm here errands. This year. Ben Standing From athletics going to join us on the show today as well talk about the Jack Del. Rio and Scott Turner Conference call a get together Get togethers yesterday with the media. So we'll go through all of that. I just wanted to start real quickly. I want to talk some college basketball here for a little bit. But before we get to that you know the hall of fame yesterday. This is the centennial year of the National Football League. They're putting more people from the past into this year's hall of fame class. It's going to be a class of twenty thirteen of those are former players from way. Back in the day in former contributors as well Drew Pearson the longtime cowboys receiver. Didn't get into the hall of fame. He was very distraught over that You've probably seen some of the stories about that. I feel badly for him just like I felt badly for Joe. Jacobi Joe Jacobi is deserving of the hall of fame. Let me just say that we've talked about that many times I actually don't think drew Pearson is like one of these guys that has is to be in the hall of fame personally. He's the last player for that all decade team. Who isn't in it though? Is that true. Yeah from the nineteen seventies all decade team with branch. It might be the last offensive flirt like there is also the the last it was either last office layer last player who wasn't in the hall of fame I want to look that up. That's very interesting to me because I did. Did you know twenty minutes on on this on the radio on this morning. And you know Lynn Swan Drew Pearson are the first team receivers Harold Carmichael Paul Warfield Warfield second team receivers. You know I'm sorry but cliff. Branch should be. You know Included Harold Jackson should be included in that set. Seventy this from new East Greenwich Enrich Hill. The only eligible all decade offense defense his first teamers to not be in the hall of fame from the Seventies. It's Pearson Eighties. Everyone's in the hall of fame What about Jake? Jake is injected. Second or third. It's like a second or third team all tackle. Will you know All decade. I open it for the first teamers. Yes okay Yeah let me just see on the in the eighties team. The tech the first team to see this is. I'm sorry I didn't I actually didn't know this. I appreciate you bringing this up Jacoby as a second team all decade recipients For the eighties is a left attack. Along with Gary Zimmerman. The first team tackles or Mundos in covert covert got into the hall of fame yesterday. Jimbo covert should not be in the hall of fame before Joe Jacobi. This is what I was going to be. This was the purpose of starting this conversation restarting the show with this conversation into Joe Jacobi played first of all many more years than covert did beyond that their career sort of paralleled each other in the eighties. Jacoby had three all pro Nominal three three all pro nods covert had to Jacoby was in four pro bowls. Covert was in to Y- the Jacoby three was a part of three super bowl winning teams covert overt one covert team that won the super bowl was a defensive team. The eighty five bears Jacoby played on a team that was highlighted by his in Rusk. Graham Reamin Jeff Bostick etc hogs play during those three super bowl wins covert basically spent half of his career because he only had an eight year. Career watching Joe Jacobi playing the Goddamn Super Bowl. Okay J Jim Covert Jimbo. Covert does not deserve to be in the hall of fame before Joe Jacobi Obi that's number one number two is this the drew Pearson thing cliff. Branch was a player in the seventies. Who's not in the hall of fame on those great writers teams into the eighties to you? I'm cliff branch has better numbers than Drew Pearson. But beyond that forget about the numbers here for a moment if you watched and grew up with football in the seventies like I did I was a child of the seventies and that's when when I fell in love with the NFL cliff branch was a wide. Receiver that defenses had to game plan for he was the best deep threat in the game. Okay he he was a guy that when you played the raiders whether stabler was a quarterback or Plunkett was the quarterback or mark. Wilson was the quarterback. Whoever the quarterback was cliff branch number twenty one had to be game plan for Drew Pearson was a really good player in the seventies? I didn't think he was in the hall of fame and I do this all the time because I don't really have the the hall of fame memorized memorized. I don't but you know somebody brings up a player and says is that player in the hall of fame. I would've said before yesterday. I don't think drew Pearson's Hall of fame and I don't think drew Pearson is a hall of Famer Aamer. That's my that was my first reaction went back. Looked at the numbers really good player in the seventy s good receivers in the seventies branches and isn't in the hall of fame. And then and a guy from the seventies got in yesterday's part of this. You Know Centennial Group. Going in Harold Carmichael got into the hall of Fame Carmichael Six foot eight receiver for the Eagles. I mean Pat Hat Fisher owned him for much of his career. I didn't think of Harold Carmichael as a hall of Famer before yesterday. And I really don't think Harold Carmichael was a hall of fame kind of player Charlie Charlie Taylor even though his career ended in nineteen seventy five seventy six. He's the best receiver of the Sixties and Seventies in terms of the guys the of that decade. Harold Jackson was exceptional Swann. Stallworth obviously very good bullet knockoff. I mean come on best hands in the business in that decade you had guys like gene Washington and and in Ken Burrow get good receivers. John Gilliam You know just in thinking through I mean Pearson played on Cowboy Albouy teams. That were excellent. Man Tony Dorsett for half that decade. You know Billie Joe to pre though the other running backs Twain Thomas Calvin Hill. You Know Robert newhouse. You know great great defenses crate. Coaching Staff Clipper Scott in yesterday. I don't think Cliff Harris is as a hall of Famer. I don't know how they did this yesterday. And not an overlooked Joe Jacobi again. This is something that's hard to really determine for all all of us you know. Do you compare numbers. Do you compare sort of the qualitative what you remember watching them You know what their peers say. What coaches say? Hey you know I. It's a very subjective thing. I understand that a my biggest gripe is Jacoby not in Jimbo covert in because they're two careers arrears essentially paralleled. Each Other and Jacoby was a better player on a team that was much more offensive and relied very much on their offensive line in covert played on a team that was dominant defensively. The redskins and the bears played in the postseason three times in the eighties. The bears came in here the year before they won the Super Bowl and eighty four and beat the Redskins At RFK stadium in the divisional round they sacked thighs. Men like nine times in the game. the famous story about that game that the bears pass rush the bears defense in eighty four. was I mean you saw it coming. He was such a great defense in an eighty. Five was all time but it was great ninety four to But the famous story about that particular regular game is the Joe Gibbs who was absolutely Fearful of the shotgun because of the risk with the snap. I mean think about this. You know that's the nineteen eighties and and you know everybody's moving to the Shotgun Gibbs quarterbacks were all under center for every single snap will. They had apparently practice the shotgun leading into that playoff game because the bears defense was so menacing and it got out through a local reporter that the Redskins in practice were practising shotgun with Eisman and gibbs was irate and didn't run it in the game against the bears in nineteen in January of Nineteen Eighty the playoff game. Actually I think it was New Year's Eve. Nineteen Gene. Eighty four. They lost there was a big fake punt net. Game Walter Payton had a big game actually threw touchdown pass in that game. Believe that's the case I'm going to look up that the the That particular box score. See if I have that right under there was a huge fake punt in the game The redskins had won that division that year on the final week of the year against the cardinals at RFK they beat Roy Green and and stump Mitchell That that particular team Jim Hannifin team. That was really good with Saint Louis that year. Neil lomax was the quarterback. They beat them twenty. Nine twenty seven is the game art monk. I think. Set the record for a season number of catches in a season amongst set that record. I think in that game the season finale and then they played played the bears. Okay here it is December thirtieth or eight not New Year's Eve almost one day off. I'm twenty three to nineteen. Bears won that game and in that game You had yet walter. Payton three touchdown pass through A halfback option touchdown pass to Pat Dunsmore and Steve Fuller was the quarterback in that game and for the bears McMahon would be the quarterback the next year Walter Payton rushed for one hundred four yards in that game Immaculate see the fake punt. Let's go to the play by play but I'm pretty sure they had a huge fake punt in the game. I could be wrong about that. Maybe I'm just remember remembering the peyton play Let's see if they've got play by play this game they don't anyway I do remember that game for the most part not all of it Redskins were nine point favorites in that game and that was the beginning of the eighty five bears the eighty four bears. You saw it coming. You saw that. How great they were an thighs? Men Wasn't sacked nine times here. It is seven times in the game. The bears defense had seven saks in the game. Richard Dent had three of them. Hampton had to McMichael had one The way they were coming my point is is the bears were known for their great defense offense and winning with defense the redskins known for their running game and their offensive line and the redskins then went on after that game losing to the bears. There's to beat the bears twice in the postseason at soldier field The eighty six season featured the bears coming off the eighty five years. Here's the defending champs. A fourteen into season and the redskins went in there and beat them in the divisional round. Twenty seven to thirteen I think was the the final score that game And then in Walter Payton's final game. which was the game that Darryl Green had the punt return the following year went in there and beat those bears Twenty one to seventeen eighteen courtesy of the late third quarter. Darryl Green one of the most famous plays in franchise history punt return at soldier field in what would turn out to be Walter. Payton's final game mm-hmm and there is the iconic shot of the frigid weather at soldier field on the Redskins. You know having won the game and Walter Payton sitting on the bench. You know head head in hands Devastated knowing that that was his final game as an NFL player. A loss at home to the Redskins Jimbo covert lost His team's loss to the redskins twice beat him. Once redskins won three superbowls Jacoby accolades during that decade more than covert with the exception of this first team all decade designation with gear with Jacoby second team all decade designation ridiculous. The other part of this real quickly is just the process of you know a poor drew Pearson told you might be in..

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"I'll give you pre social and polka jim hannifin chiam hannah free socief her jim hannifin got an extra year may be to a coaching because he was a good guy he was honest he was accommodating remember this is a smaller generation uh because the record would have if he had that record coach and today they would have fired early mid '80s alqari us uh had some good collections of players were not enough good teams came close to get in the playoffs and 84 but nilode down of you murder incredible into my opinion it was grazed game i've ever seen a football cardinal team play the cardinals redskins they are diane and washington in the redskins are running them all the way down to the national monument okay that all of a sudden near lomax in warri greene in old is anderson driest day there was nothing the redskins could do a darrow green was the best corner back in a game with a two and worry green was misusing him he he was just a just assaulting him as far as his skill set was concern in the referee stole the game defensively they said it was a rough and a passer to put them in a position were they scored late in this is what i knew they meant the cardinals men business assassins one best kickoff return guys coming out of the university of miami his senior year i think he had to return returned for a high yard so you put both of them back there that says oh.

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To acom to find the perfect gift later at nicely got a picture orlando ime got that nfl money was at tiffany's are you kidding what would you do your pitch and then we'll talk line just what i do know rather here from orlando himself and i want i wanna hear australia's with this go ahead orlando we want you guys to win your balance if you've got somebody special may go out to k win valentine's day up something nice for your special lady how about that that is also has great orlando you you're laughing soy you're good sport i don't want to know the figure walker rout super bowl and thirty interview do they pay your good or is it send your wife in here and will take care of her outages here with the partnership withdrawal the pavement in case great it's been a great spicer not only to the hall of fame but a lot of other abducted that's nice nicely you're doing it for three yuri great guy hey it's great to have you with us and we're talking to orlando pays hall of fame of left tatical on the guests line from minneapolis aside a super bowl fifty two orlando i i want to ask you because i you know jim hannifin is a is a nor cow guy he was a use a cal bear great football player played in the kiss in the canadian league i know when you've got to the rams he was he was the guy right he was the off of wine coach so how much of your hall of fame career g o to to the the tutelage of jim hannifin cochairman who he was great man from from a technical standpoint just help me out you will technically be who's really slow at first is trying to make sure i got the concepts of this techniques and i think it really helped me saw a lot to him and just the consistency and kinda protected me helped me grow in that position ammo always curious on offense of lying of running gag is it could call holding on every play what's the difference between a hall of fame offensive lineman and somebody who just a good perot who we can hope better okay.

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Scientists were both hats amac with justin timberlake i hope grown old i hope you owes also does the same thing that he did the her years ago i mean i hope there is some sort of i i dunno not retribution but some sort of uh apology for janet jackson uh out of justin timberlake i thought it was unfair that she took cheap bear the brunt of all that nipple gates situation it change their everything and even changed radio uh what happened there so i i hope the justin timberlake has something special in store for us in related in relation to gender jacks before it we totally overreacted to that as a country oh my god yeah i mean it was crazy i i think it hit radio harder than it it tv um because before i got the job is color analyst for the rams jim hannifin was the color analyst and he was an old coach old guy the couldn't stop cussin on radio well every cuss word was three hundred thousand dollars per affiliate so and that was all after nipple gate it just wet completely over the rails after that for yeah it was a uh a complete overreaction look at tv now that his team can compared to what's on tv right now you overreact the key yucky additive in by the way he would you go to bed van great baraboo night thank you that was bought that with normal fee and boom tom and you out there on tv talking about football that was normal to me that with a cool show was fun and a half a glass was it was fun we just walked the and it was like we've been together forever even though we had a couple of years off together in as as bul was say is like getting this stones back together you know humla heroes does.

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"jim hannifin" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jim hannifin" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

"Selma added attention and distractions to their team's star of cam newton no i you'll we just got that with all free speech thanks i guess you're entitled to say what you want but dude calling out a female reporter who's a beat reporter for the carolina panthers basically saying all listen to a lady talk about pass routes right in that cute right oh adorable right come on cam a you got to be better than that and you'll here's the crazy thing mike the crazy thing is like what am i general managers was charlie casserly charlie ghastly didn't play the game i mean there are plenty of guys in front offices that never played the game there are plenty of coaches never played the game it at the highest level my best off as a my coach and i played for three four in my mind hall of fame off his line coaches i played for a government dan kazachenko at the university idaho who was phenomenal he's been all over college football he's like he is a legitimate really outstanding oldline coach he was great play for joe bugle you know the the hogs joe bugle jim hannifin how about these names analysis gibbs alex gives is and i've said this oblige i i think he's a best goes your blamed for employee he's on sixty pounds align coach he play great coach and there are people in nfl lock rooms beit males females that never played they're doing the job.

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