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"jim nikki" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Making a roster better but they're not gonna be able to do that so again it's it doesn't like him for the process it all but you know that that the bomber part of it and know what you don't know the kind of you know these guys are looking at for a medical sorry forum but that's that's kind of the the let down in this whole process is they're not gonna be together you know to celebrate when it's all done well either way whatever they're gonna have to do starting on Thursday night on ESPN radio with row one they got that figured out between now and on Saturday night with the NFL virtual drop is going to happen Jim day could be a part of that coverage hit him on Twitter at Jim Nikki underscore S. B. he's the exactly the rector of Reese's senior bowl also the great job as an ESPN NFL draft analyst Jim always appreciate the time my friend enjoy the drive comes this weekend you'll be a part of take care and be safe as well yeah predicates red neon enjoy the drafted enough I'm ready to talk seven hours on Saturdays I don't have anything that gets watered hot tea ready gonna needed for the fights there is a lot of people out of it we'll definitely hear those guys on Saturday as well as Friday and Thursday part of the NFL draft coverage on ESPN radio first not covered at seven o'clock eastern time four o'clock on the west coast speaking of the in bath coming up next especially the first round it will equal the sweepstakes involving this player and this work involving the same player with me by that next on ESPN radio spending a lot of time at all did you know you can listen to Freddie and Fitzsimmons and all of the S. P. N. radio on your smart speaker just say play C-SPAN radio now playing ESPN radio more from Freddie and Fitzsimmons coming up anyone who has ever needed self storage knows what a hassle it can be you have to rent or borrow a truck and then find someone to help you move your stuff and let's face it moving furniture and heavy items without damaging them isn't easy renting the unit is worse the hidden fees and admin costs are scarier than the dingy facilities you're leaving your stuff then why not use classifieds instead cluster boxes self storage without leaving home they'll pick up your belongings store them securely.
"jim nikki" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Welcome back to what bill five and we are joined by Jim Davey executive director of the Reese's senior bowl longtime NFL scout eighteen years and now he's here the part of ESPN's draft coverage Jim welcome good to have you here yeah I could see just tell me what your plan is we're gonna be doing with you this weekend this weekend whatever they want me to do so it's better it's been on radio row or you know NFL live shows or sports center hits whatever whatever they need to do I'm here to do how many sets do they have how many locations that tapers they inside the stadium too yeah the main radio row and the main one is in that north side of the stadium other than that I've seen this I've never been back here before that this is weird for me so come this my twenty third combine you know always came here as a scout so I put something on Twitter the other day the first time ever pack to suit to go it was it's a whole different deal this is the nuts and bolts right here tell us what it's like as a scout to come to the combine like what are the days like pretty long days I think it's groundhog day for sure you know early mornings especially I was a group leader here for seven years said you're you're basically the shepherd for the players to make sure they're getting from point a to point the point point B. and those are some really early mornings you know the guy you wake you guys up at four thirty five o'clock to do their drug test and one day so it that's a grind you're talking about a group leader like a group of players yeah but players so eight or ten yeah no no bigger it's almost fifty all in one reservation group is that it yeah so like I always had a quarterback receiver group they put them together a little bit the love like seven QB's in about forty wide outs yes so you you have that whole group it's you and there's two group assistant leaders and you just make sure they get MRIS shepherd around make sure they get where they got so those are some really long days but you know what the combine is for for scouts is you know like the work out part of it is you know Lexi in the forty yard dash time zero scouts always put down you know what they think a guy place which is the most important thing right you watch the tape and he he plays like a four four five guy you know and then he comes here he runs a four six flat like oh boy gonna go watch we're taping see if this is real but it's just you know it's fact finding its it's you know just trying to find out you know like the hand sized thing Joe burrows hand says thing the other day got blown up and again I think it's because where it was early in the week there's nothing else to talk about but all that does is from a scouting perspective is make you go back to the tape try to find Joe's games we played some bad weather and see if it affected how we control the ball on that that's all it is asking about timing in fact you had a tweet earlier this week and the guy's been around this for years almost two decades you still get excited about being down on field level watching guys run forties which they just started the last day or two yeah you know the special guys like it's really fun for me like that's part of scouting to that I appreciate is just how fun it sectional these guys are athletically you know I mean it's it's it's really I mean that that's the essence of scouting is defined the great ones you know and I know Steve does Steve played at the one of the greats of all time so he played with bunch all Famers and he should be hall of Famer himself but but no I I appreciate that stuff so when you see a guy like Henry Ruggs last year at the Alabama junior pro day and I was time of the ten you're destined he comes whizzing by you feel that breeze and you're like whoa that was you know you have to look at your watch that you know that you like you know faster you see fast and and so those are it's still really cool yeah it's hard to be and I've said this before the show and and it's hard to beat to wow people at this level because you know you see you see your your round pro football players all the time you see fantastic you to seek unbelievable plays in practice right and you see these guys doing stuff it's hard to wow you guys got sick like who would do it for two decades I mean here I was around when you know I saw Bo Jackson you know yes Dionne I play I chase the on you know that kind of stuff yeah so it's it's hard to impress people who around guys like that and it's hard to be fast in a league full of fast pull a fast guy N. but it does it does happen and that's why I think fans and media get excited when guys like you know what I do you even start whispering about guys use like what it used to see what that guy did yeah you know we were just talking a second ago before we came on about my first experience in the league was in Green Bay in ninety six and I'll never forget us outside the locker room one day and there is a huge commotion either I thought there is a fight going on and I walk in the locker room and it was in the back corner where the D. lineman in the linebackers were and now they're just screaming and yelling going back and forth and I was like what is this all about they were back there all comparing stories of how Barry Sanders made them look stupid and I thought it was great like they were all trading stories about all man that's I mean maybe to so like yeah we went when when you're that young mean special special and I just to play in the NFL you've got to be phenomenal but then like to see the grades I mean those guys are a whole different level how is this guy out how do you use those forty times yeah there's football speed that isn't football speed when around the forty that he you know he just as a scout you just hope that all measures up to what you see on the tape I mean there's guys today that like do you want Jennings there's a receiver from Tennessee in this year's draft one Jennings and you know it the people that I know what Tennessee he might run a four seven forty time keep you don't play that way now I mean he he's got really good temple off the line and into intermediate stuff like are you gonna stretch the field of them no the Kitty you know can you work that middle part of the field and catch the Balinese physical as all get out like you can't tackle the guy so to me like if I'm a scout in I give this guy a third round grade any runs a four seven I mean that's going to meet a lot of people in the organization they haven't seen the player yet are gonna want a third round out of four seventy I forget that well let's get back to the tape you know to me that's always the most important thing is get back to the ten I know I don't know this particular white a list you know you talk about why doesn't running backs the same thing you can get a guy that runs of you know Chris Johnson who runs a four two or something or of our real fast time and and some of those guys have trouble a because of their speed explosives have trouble slowing down heart stopping harden turned in and change control and acerola yeah they didn't run fast but they can't right the single stop then they get to the top of the rock right wipe out right the double or they or they can't stop part after it takes them seven steps to slow down rather than just a two or three that you needed to I need to get a guy's a four five or four six guy that can do it very well and create better separation even though is a lot slower yeah the most the most overrated thing for running backs a stop in speed in my opinion we had this but I was in Seattle was my last job with the Seahawks and we had a little back and forth with with members of the staff on the importance of speed and we re there is there is of a faction of us that you know really liked Nick Chubb there was no H. others a couple of the others one other guy they were they were like right four six you know in in you know like there's a couple guys that wanted a four four guy really because there's been so many good running backs or four six or we went down the list we pulled it up and that's the great thing about computers now and yeah I just pull that data up so you know you just run it you run a query of guys that are run for six and it's like a who's who of the probable over the last twenty years so yeah I mean some of these numbers stuff it's great for TV to that'll be fun on on prime time but is a scout I mean you always got to go back to the tape how do they play how they play and Pat's right right with Jim Nikki he's executive director of the Reese's senior bowl in mobile Alabama which senior ball players are here that you are interested in keeping my at today who to get you get your eyes on based on their performance in mobile ala hundred twenty I love I love those guys that whole receiver crew like everyone's talking right now about this junior class of of jury duty and and you know CD lamin T. Higgins in those guys but I wanna see dense elements from Baylor I want to see Antonio Gandy golden from liberty had a great week at senior bowl to see how those guys I think that there I wanna see other test because I think they're gonna shocks how many guys are overlapping were in the senior bowl played spent the week there and then came here because there's a there's always that you get a lot of guys that you know I'm not gonna work out there but a lot of guys are like I'll do everything you ask him to show up every place I have the chance to yeah those are the guys you want right we had a of that we had a hundred twenty two guys in mobile and a hundred twenty got combine invites yes those night almost ninety nine percent of the guys which is which is which is good you know we're happy about that number I think we had four last year that didn't get invited to the combine in the two that didn't frankly I don't know how they did that didn't make sense to me we would we would have invited him but but now it's it's you do you want those guys at every opportunity to compete they're gonna do it right who is like a prototypical senior bowl player not a name but the type of player who can benefit from going to the senior bowl and having that as part of their resume going into the draft well to me I think you know we had ten first round picks last year which was a huge bike for us we were like it three four and three in the past for the past few years before that we'll see how this this year's class pans out to me that I think the guys the very high end of the draft the.
"jim nikki" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?
"Mother was an along the last age latte literally last week of her life. We started there wasn't a lot to say so my sisters and I would sit around her bed and we would sing songs and at one point she loved the old funny swing songs from the Nineteen Forties and thirties and stuff and at one point we launched into the Chattanooga Nougat you chew and she started off and she remembered all the word. It's just I know I know it is. It's his like a miracle. I Dont Cross his one daunte. Karzai went to which I had such a good time. I went that and I was partnered with this tiny woman. I'm from Jamaica who was at quite advanced dementia. She was very withdrawn. we'd couldn't speak but why 'cause she don't we took to the if your music struck up and kill dont door her life and she was whizzing around and the wonderful thing about that apart from seeing her too so fool that I was like music was flowing through her and she was alive in that moment and also she was my teacher so I wasn't looking after so her she was looking off to me. It was fantastic democratic space in which we will be starting with my father. It was poetry he'd loved poetry the and new poems by heart and he used to say to us when we were children and in fact the last time my for children so him the LAS visited him. We'd you all that and me and sure to my four children we stood around his bad and we started reciting John Masefield St Fever which which is apparently 'cause I must go down to the seas again. The lonely sea in the sky and all I ask is a tall ship and the stars to stay at her by on he he joined in and he couldn't say anything he couldn't say a word by that time but he could recite this poem we would just leaning towards him and we were all all crying and laughing and saying this poem altogether and it was this he looked gone. He looked like like he was no longer there. He seemed like he was no longer that and yet these words that we should have worn groove in him over all the years of his long life. They were still still that I can groove of memory was still there so so the the sole was not exactly exact we're talking talking about dementia with journalist and author Nikki Gerard This is. How do we fix it. I'm Richard. Davis and I'm Jim. Nikki is society in denial about dementia is sending the wrong messages well. I absolutely think so. I think that one of the things that society especially conducive developed rich societies sot is like the United States or like the UK we so value being young being healthy being vigorous corus being successful being purposeful being tournament and in dementia all these things gradually unravel raffled gradually fall away what what about these people who are old who a frail who have no autonomy. You have no purpose who are us. How mercy at the mercy of strangers was about them. Do they not have value and I think it's really profound question. We need to ask ourselves ourselves if we're not old what getting that part of the reason we're in denial by two is because we're so scared about art it is the disease is illness that will most get off as a society now and because we say scared if it on because as gatsby coming our way because it feels us not just with fear but to kind of squeamishness. I think an even kind of discuss it is much easier to turn away. It is much easier to treat people with dementia CIA as if they weren't fully human anymore the same way that we walk past homeless people and date meet there is or what prostitutes and look at them and technolog- I just that's what we're in this together. That's what we do in spades with people with cement were a show about solutions and not every episode wraps up with a nice list of policy prescriptions with your experience you've had now. Do you have advice for someone who is is living with her love. Someone who is in the early stages of this progression what what you know is. Is there anything you wish. You'd done differently with your father. Yes yes and one of the reasons I write. This book is because I wish I'd known at the beginning of his journey any which I knew by the end would have done it better and so one of the first very quite small but very powerful things I'd say that comes a point when someone has dementia when you can't bring them back into the world that leaving you have to accompany them in that I will oh say thing that we often do of correcting people with dementia of reminding them that guessing things wrong of saying no. It's not Monday Saturday today. No it's not nine in the morning. It's midnight which must be so scary and humiliating so that's a small thing but he's very useful to me that too. That's the first first thing the next thing I would say is ought everyday creativity doing things with them. People who have dementia stay the same person is not like you cross the line with the diagnosis into different worlds so they still need respect. They need patients. They need time. They need glove. They need honoring and they need to be kept in the flow of life not pushed out of it. I think that one of the things that I've learned want is to recognize when people have to mention just a bit more vigilant I was the other doused supermarket and there's nobody standing by citrus fruits and she she was clearly confused and ten years ago out of raced pasta in my busy life. I wouldn't have had time. I would have been that not seeing seeing I just went and talk when we chatted and she she talked about how she eat lots of oranges when they were in Spain her husband he was dead man how she didn't know this was going to buy oranges or lemons till quite befuddled when you saw her. What did you say to her first. How did you engage with. I just went back and I said Oh it's hard. It's hard to choose isn't it. I find it hard to achieve. Do you know what you're going to be buying and then we just had this really nice conversation and antique beat ended up by deciding to buy both because she couldn't a mind who have dementia. We all need to be a bit Kinda towards each other recognize people found abilities recognized. Iran vulnerabilities hold out our hands to each other speaking of our own vulnerabilities. Are there things that people who fear that they might be starting to lose their memory or or or are in early stages of dementia dementia that they should do that. Perhaps many people aren't aware of it is clear that those people who who find the onus least psychologically painful are those people who accept it who say it out loud who get an early diagnosis who don't don't hide away with it who refused to feel ashamed of because often why feel ashamed it's an illness. It's an illness like any other illness illness of the brain you talk about several different things that societies are doing for instance dementia villages in the Netherlands Denmark and then dementia training in hospitals. Can we just talk about a few practical things that perhaps APPS can be done. I mean the first practical thing I'd say which is not going to happen here. At anytime. Soon is just money only presents the whole it is so badly resourced based research into it Catholic. No cure said catch should be so much better in help for the carris because one of the things that we haven't talked about is the life of the cat on the life of the care is often overlooked. I mean it's an honest ernest which effects people around the past new has it and then we need to be more aware of that but there are these wonderful endeavors gang around on all over the world. I mean in the US rest in the UK all over the world dementia villages. They weren't really well. We'll say they exactly what they say. which which is that everyone who lives there is someone who has dementia or someone who's carrying for that dementia? The world becomes both can diff. Jeff sealed-off net sidewire. He becomes the whole world said nobody's contradicts them. Everything's geared toward them. Everything is safe for them. They feel it time. That of the villages are kind of made so that they reflect the time that the people would that the older people with their felt comfortable with is not the modern world. It's world that they were at home in I mean I don't know that I'd love to be in that kind of world but it certainly does work some people and then there are that they're the kind of small things going on for instance. There are quite a few residential home that based on the site of nurseries said their little kids and people and they spend time together and that seems great. There are students whose whose accommodation is is in an old person's home person with dementia home so they can be their companion in on the rent is paid and that works really well. I heard of this tastic project recently wear a residential home where people with not very advanced dementia with cooking food for his people. I might just taught me like that was like genius because a that doing something and they're doing it for a purpose so it's not just that they are being taken care of. They're taking care of the people who am I think that sense of losing value and losing purpose when you have the diagnosis of dementia is profoundly distressing. People were diagnosed it or not separated from the life they once led that the same person you don't cross over some invisible line and she ate given a diagnosis assist you the same person you should be allowed to live in the same life and being that life for as long as possible. Nikki Gerard author of the wonderful new book the last ocean journey through memory and forgetting. Thanks so much for joining us on. How do we fix it as being Mike like session. Thank you very much for asking me. Nikki.
"jim nikki" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"S. product JB Holmes for under through sixteen holes or in the first round of the open Rory McElroy start in his native Northern Ireland couldn't gone much worse we went into the tournament as the favorite to win the one or two forty eight British open it is T. shot on the first hole out of bounds hit a woman cracked the screen of her mobile phone in her pocket he took a quadruple bogey eight on the first hole par four four to twenty one yard Rory McElroy with an inauspicious start around one of the British open NFL news three navy goshi ation session was on the schedule for the league and the NFLPA and it ends after a single day according to ESPN but it's all good the NFL and the association said in a joint statement today's meeting was productive constructive and beneficial for both sides meetings originally we're gonna go through Friday the yeah put it on the table for now thinking they've got more work to do will be back at the bargaining table on July twenty ninth in the league the falcons have reached a four year extension was star linebacker Dion Jones for years fifty seven million thirty four million guaranteed is a former second round pick from LSU Dion Jones Melvin Gordon contract impasses reached a week now and the charges running back says teammate to running backs around the league support him said he gave some teammates a heads up you threaten to hold out says they're all behind me they've got my back and the Bisons homestand continues tonight their own tonight at seven o'clock against the Charlotte knights final game of their four game series right in a pitcher Sean Reid Foley puts his three and three record on the mound for the Bisons again Charlotte tonight that's the update from one bills drive John Murphy and Tyler done here in studio with us in place of Steve Tasker Steve will be back on Monday happy to have you with us in the audience happen ever next guest on the line with doctor before way back in January he is the executive director of the Reese's senior bowl ESPN NFL draft analyst spent eighteen years in the NFL as a scout with teams like the patriots in the US Seattle Seahawks happy to have Jim Nikki on the line with us hello Jim John Murphy in Tyler done up here in buffalo thank you for joining us today yeah yeah John into our third friend me on it at work we've got a lot to talk about I want to start with the the concept that I think it's been going on for a couple years now scalp school for former NFL players that you run at the senior bowl tell me what that's all about you just finish it up a couple weeks ago right yeah we sure did beginning in June so bill bill savage my credit that third senior ball who's now with the jets he started this about four five years ago and I was living in mobile the time out for the Seahawks and he'd have me come down and speak in and really it what it drew a lot of guys that were working at the college level on the guy on the recruiting sided thing and I just thought you know during my time in the NFL I didn't bring enough former player you know it really minorities getting into those in the profession and so I wanted to create something where where you know really start that pipeline included here we we we stuck with the same concept but just open it up to a former player and it was great you know we had we had fifteen guys come down like the reached out today and Morgan is a good friend of mine that worked up there above board to build on to come down and speak but he had something going on and what the end up bringing back you brought your man I fell network or the college go out for a long time and not think him Kerry who is that the protractor in Kansas city and a good couple days you know trying to educate the players on on what that next phase of their life could look like because again autumn get done playing and they are a lot of big coaching a lot think broadcasting but whatever reason a lot don't think the personnel side of the front office that run off the track though just just trying to help out there and and you know hopefully if I got the great that pipeline a great to chat with you Jim thanks for coming on first off how many points do you have I am I right lifeline platinum elite well what yeah when I technically in Europe okay got that in eighteen years I looked on my merry up profile I'd been in Europe then merry out hotels over nine of those year although when people ask me why I you know I I jumped at the senior bowl job right I can just kind of point that my merry up profile yeah I'm late and they can't take it away like I'll be on the top two percent of the will of the merry out people and I got that I got that for life now mags I imagine that's that's probably the eye opener for these these players right though the lifestyle because he's got to give us a a look into the life of a scout that I mean I think maybe a lot of folks don't really understand just the commitment that really goes into this profession it's unlike anything yeah not real glamorous you know I I think a lot of people do and again working at bell is great don't get me wrong but it is a lot of back to fight but again I you know I knew I wanted to tell the time I was a little kid but when you think about it you're thinking about it through you know I a twelve year old dies or an eighteen year old died and then in college but you don't really think of it your in your forties and you have a wife and two kids then you're you're gone all the time and so there is a lot of sacrifice involved in it and again you you know you're in a lot of court yard in Fairfield then you know typically are out for a couple weeks at a time at home for two or three days and and that's gonna your cycle through the fall and then not you know there in January the all star circuit in in February combine in marking pro days and you know April it laid up for the draft so it's a it's a hectic your with your long schedule if you prefer you that we are you know do you love what you do and I hate to tell you you definitely love what you do because if you didn't know it would be worth doing yeah I would yeah I was gonna say I would think that that that schedule that lifestyle might turn off some former players right I mean they might not be interested in being this guy when they hear about that yeah in the end early that depends on really how long they played and how much money to put away because again I I know what I know if I played you know but you're the lake and I had a night not that I don't know if I do either but well why a lot of got a lot of former players tend to more go on the pro side of things so that the travel and in that it is the last far left actually then you know you're in the building so those guys are used to being around it and and you know if you have your approach got like Dan Morgan came up on the pro side and not those jobs are are labor intensive as well don't get me wrong I mean there are there in the office you know late late late at night a lot of night the week but yeah the pain in your car driving around the country that you don't have many former players on the college side exist gonna say like bashing your body's for you know years and years I mean these guys are probably ready to settle down with their faith is a little bit and it get into a more you know regular schedules that kind of maybe the the big leap that former players have to have to make to become scouts and on the flip side you know what kind of advantage does a former player really have as a scout yeah I I think you're right I think that yeah I think there's an assumption on the team from the team's perspective a lot of that you know you've got to play in their youth that living a certain lifestyle now will they you know drop down and take the money all take to you know except the money they don't take the big become a entry level out and work your way up and that's why you know my head so I talked to the guy like Dan is not only did he play in the league I want you one of the best players in the league you know a first round pick and a one year when I was working for the patriots we played the the Panthers in the Superbowl and Dan at twenty three tackles in that game and that date that they won the game you probably would have been the MVP and thank you know entry level pro scouting gig and now working its way up from the bottom so you always have a con respect for Dan for doing that but you know the one advantage I would say that they you know one of the advantages that that you know that they've been around the game they know that sacrifice the take the like if you were a former player in your atomic college died a thing wanted it you know the grind that those kids are put down I mean it's really easy for people that ever played at the back in and be critical of of of college player at the time that you know the whole talk about them being paid or not would you really understand what these kids in the sacrifice we're making a specially if you you know what the big time football programs it's a lot it's a lot in you know it so you know they've all been there and then when you get down after the draft did you get into the whole you know really the only element a recruiting in in in the NFL is when you recruit those on draft you college free agent and those guys can end up I mean in Seattle with Doug Baldwin Gabaldon was not drafted great and sometimes those guys really make your roster and you have to be a former player I think you know it's easy for those guys make those relationships sometimes though I think a lot of benefit in it I hope that I hope we can start making tried with the scouts go the gym we're talking about a little bit about Dan Morgan the bills discount now and I had a conversation with him about those early days in Seattle in fact I read I know where we were we were in mobile at the senior bowl back in January and it struck me then out there's a certain selflessness that they eat you have to have when you get started right and what he was fortunate coming off the the field as a player yet obviously some money didn't have to make money right away but you also have to be ready to kind of surrender your ego and take people to the airport as you said and and do all the you know grab coffee for the other scouts it didn't seem to bother me you almost intuitively knew that that's what he was going to have to do it first to get into that business on yeah there's no doubt I mean you you you come in at that level and you are you're doing a lot of the cortical menial tasks but it but it again that for I think players understand that because even if the player yeah you know it's not your first drawing pad protector not picking you're coming in with a little fanfare I mean although drug you start at the bottom you know what the humbling builder to come in as a rookie and it doesn't take place of much of the year through with the hazing in anything I do you know anything to do that anymore but there's still a little pick up you know but I think I'd pass up the practice field and bringing donuts you know did it your position meeting you know every day so I mean they start at the bottom of that local they know but it is that the lot I got I got a check you go it again if if you're getting into doubting that they get from glamour thing you know you're you're barking up the wrong tree because you know it did it it's really not about that again you got a good you don't want credit right I mean if they're out there all group up with when you make graphic three thank reagent that really a group effort though I think I think where it would appeal to a former player that they're all used to being part of a team and they're all used to have a knack for broader yet the of being around the guys and if you work.
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"Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. If you want to join us, we've been talking about some of these classic live action, Saturday morning shows that were reminiscing about and the talking about how what we used to watch. When we were kids growing up sitting in front of the TV in our pajamas eating some cereal on a Saturday morning. Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. Here is white hen, Jim. Hi, jim. Nikki, our you buddy. All right, Nick, not Nikki. Thank you. Friend. Sorry. That's okay. The. Addition to uncle Johnny coons, of course. And we'd rush home at lunchtime to make sure we had this which orange juice or something. What should uncle Johnny the? Also, there was a program. I think it was called, but Winky Dink, and you it was a weird little show where you would be as as a as a viewer you would be asked to send in for this little kit. And they would give you a piece of film that you would put over your TV screen, right? During the during the episode the hero would would get into some kind of peril. And you would be asked to draw him a bridge between two precipices or something. And I watched a guy running across your fridge. So yeah, no. I remember I remember that there was there. They actually had a couple of different shows that that that the where they tried to do that. But they get big he'd send away for one of these cellophane things that you would stick on the TV. And it wouldn't it was also there was another. Sort of thing that you would stick on the TV in order to make it look like it was color when you just had a black and white set in and for people who don't remember that there used to be days when there was just black and white TV's. There was not a black and white set. But you could get this thing on the screen, and it looks like it was color. All right. Jim thanks for the call three one two nine eight one seven two hundred the phone number. Here's Jeff on WGN. Hi, jeff..
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"Good morning cap. I know one movie that's coming out this at the Harry Potter series. It doesn't end I have to take my daughter's this week. House either. Yeah. Well, I've seen all four of the first, you know, the ones that are out. Now, there's a new one coming out this weekend. So that's what you gotta do. When you have a ten year old tap your pass those day. Right. I have not seen any of those. But enjoy I've seen them in a rhythm to my kids. So I'm all over it. Anyway, you wanna talk some cubs, and Chris Brian or what? Yes. Because BUSTER is just getting destroyed by people on social media and everything I've read I reported, you know, four five six weeks ago that the cubs were at least willing to have the discussion with people wear in the past. There was it wasn't going to happen. But it doesn't mean they're going to trade him BUSTER took it to a different level and has talked to opposing GM's who have said. Yeah. Theon jed we're willing to discuss Kris Bryant. So now people are coming out fake news. You click, blah, blah, blah. So I'm going to open up the floor to Jesse who texted me. It's morning and said, I have things I want to say on this Jesse the life yours. Thank you. I I do campus. This was social media at its worst. It really was all this click based stuff, that's all garbage. None of us rights stuff for click bait. The one thing I will admit is we don't write the headlines, and sometimes we even have a problem with the headline. So I can accept that kind of criticism. But there is one part of this story that I want to reveal to me busters too much class to have to explain himself after thirty years in the business of reporting the guy is impeccable in terms of his of his work ethic. And and he's integrity. But I will because I was part of part of the story now destroy came out on Friday. Okay. The GM meetings ended on Thursday BUSTER. Call me Friday morning busters been working on this couple of weeks. In fact, he called me a couple of weeks before and said he was working on something like this. He called me Friday morning cap to say he was running and he asked as he should because. You know, I covered the beat every day. If I had anything to add now on Thursday is when field says that line about no one is untouchable BUSTER was ready to print. I gave him that line from field. And I gave him one from Chile Davis. Both of them are in the story. You understand the story at nothing to do with feels saying no-one untouchable. Everyone is thinking that. That's why foster wrote the story because he took a throwaway line by THEO a standard line by most GM's. Anyway, no one's untouchable. And he wrote a whole story around it. We'd is second paragraph. It's not a coincidence. He writes this the day after the GM meetings. He is talk to opposing teams and gotten the feeling idea whatever that they're more open to trading Chris or talking about it than ever before and asked the interest towards free agency. And I will tell you from my own reporting. I'm sure you agree. He is going to free agent. Almost hands down. This is three years out. I'm almost convinced of it. And so are opposing executives, and I think the cubs are sort of convinced of it. So this is when you start the conversation would end with a trade in a week. Of course, not well, then with a trade at the end of the winter, probably not could end with a trade at the end of next winter, maybe the winner after that much more possible, right? As we get closer to free agency. There's a better chance of him being moved. So they're starting these conversations. Now, the whole untouchable line just fix the narrative. What is still had come out and actually said Rizzo and Brian are untouchable. Well, then BUSTER probably asked to rethink his story little bit either one sort of steel in his mind that he was fibbing when he says that and believe the opposing executives or maybe he pauses says walk. He's going to say that publicly maybe they aren't willing to open it. So the untouchable line just adds to the story. The crux of the story or the sources. That BUSTER has which are impactful in my mind, he's talked opposing teams, and this is what they told them. And again, if the stories about Rizzo, it doesn't make much sense. So, you know, a lot of factors are involved in here what she wrote about service time. I mean, Brian is now part of the players reputation. He's gonna take some undercut deal as the rest of the cubs. With Scott Boris is his agent. He is going to free agency until further notice, and that is part of the story line as well. So I don't think people realize that they think BUSTER wrote the story because on Thursday THEO set. Nobody is untouchable feted nothing to do with him writing, it it just added to it. All right. So do you believe that by the time, we get through the thanksgiving holiday, and then they wrap it up and head to Vegas for the winter meetings. At the cubs will make some type of a. Jaw dropping, maybe is a little strong, but some type trae where people go, whoa, that's a big trade. Yeah. Impactful trade. I think I I can't tell you the timing. You'd never know. I think by the end of the off season, you know, I think yes. Maybe by the end of the winter meetings. We some of these traits percolate for months weeks, and months and months and in maybe in Bryant case, here's so I can't tell you the tiny. But I do think there'll be one impactful trade. I think it's been more than intimated. They don't have a lot of payroll flexibility. So the only way to get better is to make a trade or to so yes, I think so I I just don't know timing. And by the way, then after I finished my other point, that's the way after the story comes out some of our colleagues in the media, go running to steal for such a canned response anybody that believes everything that feels says come on please don't be that naive. And I say that about an executive who's very transparent who's very articulate. But what he? Said to some of the other media outlets. Please do not buy into that. He didn't say anything of importance there. And I will tell you something cap over the weekend. I talked to not one but two prominent ages and people in the game in general at the GM meetings, but two prominent agents of cubs players who are actually a little bit surprised by the rhetoric coming from deal in in the sense that he stopped backing his players enough. Because of the things he said, he's called the multiple millennials. He went is almost as far as the blame them for the firing of chili Davis. Chili davis. Right. You can't fire twenty five players. You have to fire the hitting coach. So I spent a lot of people think that THEO has been critical on and off the record about his team. So please don't tell me he's backing up or dismissing BUSTER story by what he said in response to that was low hanging fruit for some of our media colleagues, please that is being naive. If you believe all that stuff. I wanted to mention that. Well, that's the same. Thing that I dealt with when they announced, you know, when I said in my story six weeks ago that they'd approached him about an extension. The last several months that's a hundred percent accurate. And then there were others in our our industry now. That's not true. Yes. It is true. And it was a massive extension. And he just made it clear through Scott Boris. I'm not interested in talking about an extension, and that's part of the timeline. That's how we know. Or they think or we we all think he's more than likely going to free agent. So we know that three years out because it's almost like area, you're not even in the same ballpark. I don't wanna hear the same agent. We knew two to three years out area was going to free agency differences. Arrieta was almost more. Bulk was more vocal about it. Then correspondent will ever be. You know, crystal, you know, he's he's he's different in his demeanor in that way. But that was part of the story line. Now, the only I never disagree with you on that story. I think we disagreed on the time line a little bit. But that's the Mavericks is still big deal. Whether he target down in June or last January, it doesn't matter. He turned down big extension as all the young players sat, but obviously much smaller. I know bias turned down by five years and thirty five million. That's nothing compared to a couple of hundred million. So it's part of this timeline, which ends with foster writing the Speiss turning down big extensions. He's talking to a opposing executives in a different manner than they have in the past. Yes, everybody's conceivably available. But the conversation about Bryant started and stopped pretty quickly. Now, maybe it doesn't start and stop so quickly. That's the different stuff busters hearing. I'm not reporting that BUSTER is because he is better sources than any of us. Anybody listening in any of our media colleagues in in the city. So I will stand by that story. And reiterate it wasn't written. Because the untouchable quote by feel it was written before that any added that that day because I gave it to him. We're talking Jesse Rogers ever another couple of seconds Jesse. Do you think? Give me the odds. One to one hundred gimme the percentage chance. Kris Bryant is not a cubs uniform opening day twenty nineteen twenty nineteen one in a hundred that he's not one in one hundred that he's not twenty twenty. It goes up pick a number ten in one hundred twenty twenty one it goes up, maybe thirty percents. So I you know, I give it a one percent chance. But that's not what he wrote just to make it clear. He wrote their open to seriously listening, basically for the first time. So I don't think it's going to happen because you have little wiggle room. You can't add through through free agency. You lose Brian. How are you going to replace those numbers? But as you get a little bit closer to free agency. Well, then you have to you know, measured risk for ward. And all that stuff. You want to end up like the nationals. They didn't win anything and still lost Bryce Harper cups. Didn't win in seventeen and still lost Jake Arrieta. All you. I mean, if you're doing your due diligence cap you have to start. These conversations and think about it. But I don't I don't disagree with the along shop for not to be three years south. It's a launch. So I I I we're talking. I mean a year. You're right. The same thing. But with an even more intense tone to it because I'm sure the conversations would be more intense unless there's a change in Bryant endorses camp. And I will say this about Kris Bryant kept, you know, as well as I do you still joke about me, bringing them room service? I mean, he's the first guy I met on the cubs beat in two thousand thirteen in the in the folly. Great kid. There was a time when I thought okay, he's gonna run the show with Scott and say I want to be a Cup for life. Like, I was hoping that great family, right? I slowly. But surely, I've stopped taking that again, he became a player rep, which is great. But that that says he's involved in this whole thing. Right. Scott is running the show, and certainly will do what his client says. But I think you'd agree with the the idea of Chris going to Scott be Cup for like two three years ago. So maybe made sense. I I don't feel that. Now, what do you think? I don't disagree with you at. All right. I'm out of time. Gimme a thirty seconds. Is Jim Hickey is that gonna crystallize here any day, or where are we on that? Yes. Yes. Yes. I told you about Anthony I told you about you Mickey last week. It's going to happen. I think any day is the right right way to put it certainly a weaker at the most probably, but yes, Jim Nikki will be we'll be replaced. We mentioned that last week. I don't have any more details than that. I do think that they're not gonna go with the chili Davis pitching coaches. If you know what I'm saying veteran who I think they're going younger and a lot of ways to be able to talk to these quote, ultra millennials. So that's that's my guess on this thing, but we'll see we'll see. I'm have a good day you to capture the best to see it. There you go. Jesse Rogers with the latest there on the Kris Bryant stuff three one two three three two three seven seven six..
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