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Charlotte Hornets suspend broadcaster after he uses N-word in tweet
"Charlotte Hornets radio announcer John Fox pulled out his phone and made two errors in rapid succession to keystrokes, Fox said in our interview Tuesday, that's all it took to change what would have been a forgettable tweet into one. He calls a horrible mistake. Those two keystrokes got Fox suspended indefinitely by the Hornets on Tuesday and have put his job in jeopardy. Fox said he meant to write. Shotmaking in this jazz Nuggets game is awesome. Murray and Mitchell going back and forth. What a game. Instead he wrote exactly that, Except instead of the word nuggets, he typed the plural form of the n word.
"john fox" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"You've got you detail. The kinda the the tension the power struggle between Michael Magic where Michael Winds up eclipsing him from star power standpoint kind of ending his era as a champion as well. I mean there's an awful lot of guys who are probably being overlooked here because a one guy right but I thought that the comparisons between Michael and Clyde were pretty direct you know. They were more direct because Clyde played his position and the blaze on the presumably blazers did not pick. You know Michael Jordan because they already had Clyde Drexler what I was saying about. Drexler was that and I didn't really realize this until later I was looking at something and I looked at clydes numbers and everybody always talked about Clyde. And it's kind of true you know he sort of all. We only went to his right and he was always look at half down. You remember that. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah that was but clydes numbers on a team with a pretty good point guard and Terry Porter and a Classic Point Guard now Clyde at bowl his numbers and his rebound numbers are pretty damn good. So if you're asking me about underrated I would probably begin with him number one simply because it would be impossible to underrate. Michael Magic Larry the others I think Malone and Stockton Kinda got their with what they were. Molly Chris Mullin kind of did molly would have been a super superstar in another era. I mean he was at three point shooter in an era when you weren't allowed to take three point shots you know. I mean twenty five years too early right exactly. I mean mullen. How good would that cannot be? Now he would so I'm GONNA go drexler number one and a somewhat surprising picked. That hurts me for number two Leitner when later got first of all if those who remember him just by being the Dream Team Stooge are missing the fact that he's what a top ten college player of all Time Top. Top fifteen certainly. I would probably have been the top ten and when he will probably the best the best moment in college basketball history to arguably right the. There's you know there's not a lot of question about that too to NCA championship teams and you do from the beginning. While he's going to have a little bit more trouble finding his position when he gets in the league but it gets drafted by Minnesota. You know he only really played on bad teams and Christian. If you look at his numbers he was very nearly a double double guy for a number of years eventually got tossed around on mediocre teams and he got injured. I think his fifth season or something like that he got a bad injury and Christian would have probably been a better pro so uncharacteristically. Maybe hesitatingly put him number. Two and number three strangely I would put Barclay and the reason I would put Barkley is. He's more remembered for clownish NECE Being the guy out on the ramblas being the guy now little say anything the politically incorrect guide. The guy that's in the middle of everything man Charles was a great player. Chuckled was I mean. He was unstoppable. They give it an MVP for Barcelona even Jordan. Everybody said it'd be Jordan with the best player of but Barkley was the MVP. He shot like seventy percent from the field. He was unstoppable and his unique skill. Set really stamped him as a really unique player in the history of basketball. I'm trying to think somebody like him. I'm sure somebody could come up with something. But Boy Charles was a great player and in my opinion at his best better than Karl Malone. And Carl Malone. You're talking about one of the great consistent scores that there has the she likes. Scores and rebounders has ever been in the lake. So that'd be the three. I go to bed about it quickly. Well I am stunned that you put Lleyton. You're on that list and I wanted to ask you a couple questions about him. First of all and I know you said earlier was kind of hard to penetrate him when you look back on that selection process and I think most of our listeners will know you put together that Dream Team Cover for sports illustrated where you. Kinda hand selected your top five guys and got their picture taken sort of building some of the hype around that team. Well before they were really put together and and kind of official had you been in charge of the actual Dream Team Selection and they wind up giving that spot too late nearer. They're kind of throwing a bone to the NCAA You know he's the only known. Ho Basically Hall of fame. Level pro on that team How would you have handled that spot? I mean obviously there was a lot of politics involved with Isaiah kind of wanting a spot and you know and kind of being shut out by by Jordan as you've reported there. Was You know people angling for Shaquille? O'neal that you know. Maybe he should have had that spot there's the NCAA feeling like. They deserve a spot. There's other pros like Dominique Wilkins. Who were shot out Because the that spot went to Leitner in hindsight I think that the new generation Jack looks at that is just like come on guys. You blew it like whatever. His College resume was. What were you thinking putting that guy on the team and that may be unfair. As you've pointed out you know. He has quite the resume himself. But what would you have done at that? Spot did did the USA. Get it right well. Here's the quick answer The quick answer is I would have done exactly what they did later. Deserve that spot. Now why there's a whole history. Here they went a Long Time Ben. Without Siri out once the pros will. Nba Players. Fiba changed the rules. The Olympics change the rules. Nba players were allowed to play in the Olympics. Previously they weren't we had had fifty years of college and in the beginning a players. So there's a history there. Byczewski was ready to coach ninety two Olympic Team. There had been this progression. It was a natural order of things. So now the rules change. It's nineteen eighty-nine. It's one thousand. Nine hundred ninety. There was a years worth of argument. About how many NBA players versus. How many college players are going? It was like eight to four. You know for a while while he started putting a c M Newton told me who was a college coach college guy. They started putting the names on the Board Magic Bird Jordan. Barkley Isaiah Thomas John. Stockton Karl Malone Patrick Ewing David Robinson. Chris Mullin Reggie Mill editor on. How are we going to get four college players on here you know? Then it became nine two three then. It became ten to two and then there was such an argument about that when the team was originally announced in September of ninety. One you remember this. I'm sure as a Portland Fan and and Clyde Drexler sure it's L. Remembers it. Clyde wasn't one of the original tent..
"john fox" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Like I've talked with. John are ball this past year with Lamar and now I was like you know. Let's see a lot of similar things different types of options in who your optioning it slows pass rushers down it's unique in the NFL odd. It's been around but but not to the degree. I think you're going to start to see it with some of the athleticism at quarterback now Throughout the League something I think here to stay but No doubt meant it in helped us Because it was new to people of people didn't really know it you don't if the whole she's into you know adjust react and play those kinda run scheme so I was really disadvantage to allow other the defenses and plus even the coaches in the NFL and defense had seen as much option and it's changing now but back then it was even more to to college football than was NFL football so it was almost like a second. Install like your reinstalling. A new offense like they're right there in the bye week right. I remember talking to Adam about this. I think he called guys at colleges who run these sort of stuff so you guys twice right like you're rebuilding the offense for Tim on the fly. I think you know really janiking member. We started to me in Detroit for against Detroit at home and we stay with our offense not change. You know we had a couple of Jimi plays but not exclusively and it didn't go so well we got killed..
"john fox" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Their team now at the know your team to do that in those days it was before agency so I mean you have the same for ten years so as a little bit more cherry over for sure I think now with tracking devices people do use different ones. But now you have. Gps tracking devices where you can actually know monitor their workload especially for your skill. People you know. Most cases especially the wide receivers do a lot of full speed running and those guys you have to monitor the was there like a moment like when somebody pulled up lame or something like that like early in camp where you just kind of like had it all right we gotta watch this. Yeah I think one time Jeff Rodgers stage goats in. We had a receiver that was like one supposed be on special teams and like Jeff. What are we doing with Peres Thomas? He's not even on return teams anymore. He's just exclusively a wide receiver and this is staff me. When he goes coach. You might WANNA check over on field to Payton's got all those wide altruism two minute drills here. I am unanimous our special teams sky because during the special teams the receiver shouldn't be running ping was such a crime under he had ill all Receivers over there do two minute. No huddle into much running so that was kind of on me and I had to go back to the just so look when you say you cut it down in eleven you like like how would you if you can dumb that down for me like cutting down the amount of stuff that you're putting on the players scheme wise like how. How can you best explain that? Well I.
"john fox" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Would open the door up in the make the process more fair for everyone rather than I think what you know doing something which I mean was radical and felt to me like a PR move. Well this is This issue is interesting because when I look at what guys like Herman Edwards Tony Dungy. Did they open doors for other people by making them coordinators. We know there's a coordinator issue right now in the NFL. And when you look at someone like Mike Tomlin and I'm not saying that it's it's on Mike Tomlin to necessarily hire someone because they are African American but doors are normally open by other African American coaches who get to a certain level to where they become a coordinator. Let me make someone a quarterback coach who yes deserves it but also deserves the opportunity to eventually have a door open for them what I would also like to see. Burt is at the NFL level or at the team level. Make try to make it to where these coaches who want to break in can at least the live not made you know we've heard about the whole story of a Grad Assistant for eight thousand dollars a meal card. There are not a lot of people that are willing to go through that nowadays just to be able to get into coaching. And if so. They're not the kind of people who make money by playing the sport you know. Part of the reason why there aren't as many players getting into coaching is because number one. Coaching sucks number two. They make it sucked because they don't pay enough on the lower levels and if you made any money in the NFL unless you really loved it why would you go through it? So there's gotTA BE OTHER PARTS OF THE SYSTEM. The need to be addressed than just throwing some draft pick compensation because you are hiring someone that maybe you normally wouldn't have given a chance to and it almost looks like a bride and quickly. I also saw something from Marvin Lewis. Who was talking about this? I I didn't read the article but I saw a headline about Jim Crow laws or whatever. Listen that guy is the problem right now because he took an opportunity to go interview with the cowboys to allow the cowboys to be able to meet a requirement and they brought in a guy who they knew they were never going to hire and that interview could've gone to someone. Maybe and shame on Jerry Jones for doing it this way too. But that interview could've gone to someone who even if they didn't get the job would have benefited by preparing going through the process. So if we can start to look at this issue from a global perspective maybe we would have a real opportunity of fixing it and enabling people to have opportunities up and down the coaching board. Other than just doing something short term to try to patchwork problem. No one really wants to fix. I think the one thing to like the other thing is is just you know identifying the good young people and I'll give you guys some names. Marcus Brady the quarterbacks coach and the colts as somebody who was brought up to me I believe. He's one of only two African American quarterbacks coaches in the league art so he's in the coaching side on the play on the on the scouting side in Cunningham with the Philadelphia Eagles Ryan polls with the Kansas City chiefs. Both those guys were. Acc offensive Lineman who work in winning organizations who've been brought up by good people in the business and you know. I think getting those names out there earlier. And maybe it's on all of us in the media to do it but it's just making sure that you've got the right names to to me. That's such an important thing I agree. And it's it's multi-layered it's complex but it's fixable because there are going to be people who will see it through. Let's also remember this while there are certain amount of head coaching jobs? You know when you really think about it in the global perspective. There aren't a lot of them and there's only thirty two head coaches in the NFL. That's being one of thirty two sort of C. E. O.'s or heads of operations in the world for what they do these very elite jobs and I hope people remember that as well that it's not well this number says it should be this and that number should say at that. There's no question hiring gotta get better across the way in the NFL but realized that the person you're putting into that job if you're the owner and you screw it up you're probably hurting your bottom line for a half decade or maybe even more if you then turn around and screw up the next one no doubt all right takeaway number four Troy Vincent told my old Buddy Peter King that the NFL failed miserably with a pass interference. The Sky Judge will be discussed this week. I think there's a high probability that it goes in at least on an experimental basis. And you know I know a lot of people are worried about that being the I. It becomes the mess that the becomes a mess that the rule was well. I'm GonNa tell you why it won't be the reason the Pi ruled didn't work is because it became a point of contention between the coaches in the officials and one of the reasons. Why is because the coaches? I believe correctly organized last year because they wanted to find a way to make sure the officials got more calls right because of the way that the two thousand eighteen season ended and because there is a general frustration with the way that certain things were being missed very big spots. So they've you'd the Pi. I rule as a sort of compromise whereas the officials viewed it as infringing on what they do. And so were the coaches thought. We were taking a step towards the sky judge. The officials saw it as almost like a shot at the job they were doing that led to acrimony that led to the the rule itself as it was written being completely mishandled and now going out the window. I think the reason why this is different. Gresh is because that was approached as sort of an edict towards the officials this is going to be a resource for the officials that boosts umpire the quote unquote sky. Judge will report to the head referee and the referee is going to have jurisdiction over him and he is going to be a resource to the crew. Not Antagonists the crew resource crew. So he's going to have the benefit that we all have on our couch. Which is all these angles in crystal clear. Hd or giving that to the officiating crew?.
Aviation experts suspect Bryant's pilot got lost in the fog
"Outside the staples center holy rights give me some of the best memories of my life fans like Chris remember as we're leaving flowers basketball basketball shoes and lots of Kobe Bryant jerseys he gave everything he had and at the very least I got a cut me respect them and not just him the the people who died Bryant's thirteen year old daughter and seven others were also killed aviation safety expert John fox says the helicopter that crashed has a good track record he was asked about fog in the area that morning it was clear that pilot could sleep of what those below for both the one one one eighteen five boxes this investigation will take time I'm a Donahue
Panthers fire Ron Rivera after eight-plus seasons, Perry Fewell to serve as interim head coach
"Ron Rivera is out in Carolina nine seasons are almost nine seasons course he was head coach when Sean McDermott was the defensive coordinator there they went to the Superbowl Super Bowl fifty in Los Denver Rivera one seventy six games which ties him with John fox for the most in the history of that franchise you'll who was the interim coach of the bills ten years ago like right now ten years ago he may have been the interim coach of the giants wants to I'm not sure but he is now the interim coach in
Witches & Saints: Anne Askew
"The eighth are women if the day was a writer poet and Protestant martyr. Let's talk about an ask you not much is known for sure about her early life but it's believed that and ask you it was born around fifteen twenty one and grew up in Lincolnshire England her a father was from an old established family in the region an an was highly educated and intellectually adapt from early on in her life and was a devout out Protestant. The Christian Bible had just become widely available in English and an studied and memorized verses. Some sources say she studied the Public Bible at the Lincoln Cathedral and debated with local clergy an was also one of the earliest known women poets who wrote in English as a quick reminder. Protestant Christianity was growing rapidly across Europe during Ann's lifetime but it wasn't a monolithic movement by any stretch of the imagination King Henry the eighth who had been a devout Catholic split from the Catholic Church after the pope refused to annul his first marriage and started the Anglican Church despite that fact the Anglican Church remained much closer to the beliefs and practices of the Catholic Church than other reform for movements like those led by Martin Luther or John Calvin Christianity which began as a fledgling religion in the first century had grown by the thirteenth eighteenth century into an institution powerful enough to rival state governments in the decade after England's official move away from Catholocism authorities developed developed relatively orthodox criteria for what kinds of Protestant beliefs were allowed in England and condemned the beliefs of more radical reform movements back to an and married a man named Thomas kind. The two had a rocky relationship he he had actually been intended for an older sister but her older sister passed away. Thomas was Catholic so from the beginning he and an clashed over their beliefs chiefs. Perhaps that's why an continued to go by her maiden name which was quite rare at the time. Still the couple had two children together before Thomas Thomas through an out for being a Protestant seems like an was okay with having to leave. She was the first Englishwoman to demand divorce. She then moved to London met other. Protestants and became a preacher or Gospel her then in March fifteen forty five Thomas changed his mind he had an arrested and demanded she be brought back to Lincolnshire to stay and escaped and returned to her preaching in London she she was arrested and released again before in May fifteen forty six an was arrested a third time put in the Tower of London and tortured. Do you say the priests cannot make the body of Christ. I say so lord driver at the God made late man but the man can make God i never yet and after the consecration is it not the body of Christ and it tastes consecrated bread. Her beliefs have been deemed unacceptable and torturers wanted her to name name other like minded women to renounce her beliefs but anne refused she was convicted of heresy and her punishment was to be burned at the stake mm-hmm on July Sixteenth fifteen forty six and was carried to the steak on a chair. She couldn't walk through the torture. She hit endured she she and three other Protestants were set to burn that day however Protestant supporters slipped gunpowder to the condemned that went off quickly once the fire. It was let thanks to that kindness. Their deaths were much quicker and less painful and was one of just two women on record who were tortured and the Tower of London and burnt at the stake before her death and wrote an account of her beliefs and story it was published as the examinations by John Bale it. It didn't take long for the public to reevaluate and place in history by the time John Fox's acts and monuments of fifteen sixty three was published an was being proclaimed the Protestant martyr and ratings continue to be read today and are an extremely important autobiographical look at the Tudor era religious turmoil tune in tomorrow for the story of another remarkable
"john fox" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"You. That's why he's in the league. That might have been. I appreciate the call man. Thank you so much. Let's go to mike you'll obvious. Even what's up mike how you i'm doing man. I'm all right. Thank you for calling. Go ahead mike favor. Hang up and call back and i'll put you back on your your your the signal is gobbled and we can't hear you so call back. When you have a clear line ray you live at stephen what's up right steven a. How are you <hes> lord. I i think the the point <hes> first of all agree with watch what you're saying. I think your authentic. I really respect what you have to say. You're a practical guy who brings uh-huh ford facts with one of the things that you tread lightly with then. I think you should is one of the things that read said when you said that jay z and i am far from calling him to shell out. I don't know nothing about his life. I don't know what kind of effort and resources he put in to him to his community to make things better so that aside one thing i think i have a right to question though is his intent without calling him to sell up and when reed said it's about his brand. It's about without him making money and you saying he doesn't care about making money. I don't believe that's a long time i didn't i didn't. I didn't say that i didn't say i said he's a business man. That's that's a he. That's what he says. I said he's a capitalist. As former justice writer for the new york daily news still out there doing a great great job on his in his own right and shaun king pointed out that he he was a capitalist. I certainly did not imply. He does not care about money. What i said is that's not what he's all about. You know he he definitely will speak his mind on and he will speak up and tackle issues and how about giving the man a chance to see what he does and then judging it accordingly and all the thing that identity graded about eric reach statement is eric reed said he's putting quote black face on the n._f._l. Blackballing colin kapp nick come on that. That's is a bit excessive. It really really is i think it's excessive but no no one black white. Green blue should be able to profit profit off the unfair sentence that a nineteen year old black man receives in this country today so you oh you lost me. What do you mean in one thousand nine year old black man what he's talking about well what part of what this fight is about which i i like to think that i'm on the right side of the fence regarding social also just as i was just making sure you wasn't call colleen capital nineteen years old. I'm sorry sir the jay z. Nor should any mogul white black green purple. You'd they'd be able to profit in this country if they are that sincere about about creating hey alright alright alright start right there right 'cause i. I hear you and i and when i say so box. I'm not denigrating disrespecting you in any way i'm just saying i hear where you're coming from but i would say this to you. <hes> if i remember correctly i don't know i i think i read something with former vice. President al gore all former presidential candidate for secretary of state for the united states hillary clinton whom i forgot whoever it was somebody wrote a story if i remember correctly about them you know in terms of being in business in the private sector <hes> as it pertained to a a prisons now. I don't know what business that was or whatever but there are i mean the the the incarceration has been privatized. You do know that you are aware of that and you are aware of people that are politicians that are very influential figures significant people in this world that have an again. Forgive me if i'm wrong. I don't know for sure whether it was al gore hillary clinton but i think i remember that somewhere somewhere but you can double check that i get all i'm trying to say is that because prison the prison system has been privatized to some degree. We have entrepreneurs. We have a fluent individuals..
"john fox" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"<hes> you know i think <hes> i think the rangers will be much proved that i don't know that they're quite there yet to be a playoff team <hes> but i see them kind of thinking of a jump from foreign twelve got you appreciate your buddy looking forward to watching on t._v. Today and then the weeks and months to come thank you so much you take care. Thanks uh-huh yeah all right. Thank you so much. John fox former head coach with the carolina panthers denver broncos chicago bears are two super bowls as a coach. He's right here with steven a. e._s._p._n. Radio. There's been news really thank him for his time. Get back to the calls as i promise to the calls as a promise inundate say e._s._p._n. Because it at eight seven to nine three seven seven six. Let's go right to it. Courtesy lava stephen they talked to me well first and foremost i wanna say thank you steven as being great image for us back out here in america so once again thank you for that. Thank you but <hes> what i wanted to get to is our love for the media to stop saying this is police brutality stay with it is this is domestic. Terrorism and <hes> has come to great <hes> great soccer. The flat that we pledge allegiance to has at least us so i was wondering what did not write this dot right there. Let me interrupt you for second and ask you a question. Is it fair to say. Brutality on the part of some police officers as opposed to police brutality taliban is that when we consider the number of cripes the ordinate a number of criminals <hes> the violence instead of being perpetuated throughout our society etc etc. I'm not about to sit up there. In give law enforcement officials pass but by and large most law enforcement officials do their job. There's rogues everywhere in every industry history and the police officers the you know the beliefs policemen are no exception so i get that but do you mind my i being careful by trying to paint them with a broad brush because i know black police officers white police officers hispanic nick police officers that literally do what they've sworn to do and that is to protect and serve is it beyond the pale to sit up curtis and be fair minded enough to say brutality on the part of some police officers as opposed to police brutality like painting the entire the entire industry police officers would broad brush. Is that fair. No no that's not. I wouldn't say it's not fair. I police obviously like referees..
"john fox" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Been new just a few more question four. Let's get on outta here coach. I want to switch to the houston texans and today beyond cloudy <hes>. He hasn't signed his one year tender. The july fifteen deadline came and went it no long term deal. You're talking about the texans being second amongst all n._f._l. Teams <hes> with more than thirty seven million dollars in cap space <hes> according to over the cap or reading from an article article on n._f._l. Dot com as we speak <hes> wh where do you fall along those lines. Bill o'brien is basically the fact g._m. They don't have g._m. Now to rick smith and brian gain is out <hes> but when you look at the houston texas how valuable is today beyond clowney to them. What do you think what happened in this particular situation because it appears is to be as if he's on his way out and wondering what kind of impact do you take. His potential absence will have on houston's expectations for this upcoming season. I i would be very concerned if i'm bill o'brien if he's without today cloudy on defense i think he's you know that kind of an impact player in fact up <hes> he was probably the most critical free agent you know <hes> on that side of the ball you know in the off season you know it didn't surprise me they tack him <hes> being franchise tag <hes> but the fact that he has not signed that yet is definitely certain <hes> but you know i still think it's gonna come down to <hes> i don't see him sitting out not playing a la bell <hes> and i also think that <hes> really are associated process and the long term deal <hes>. That's still has a chance of getting being done before. The regular season starts as well <hes> coach before. I let you run out of here. A lot of noise is being made in new york about sam donald and how he look what an upside. They're expecting from him. This year. Adam gates was in miami for the last three years didn't have success two of those three years but one of those years he took them to the postseason. Wondering where your line of thinking is is it pertains a to our to our sam donald what you expect and what you new york jets fans expect from him. The upcoming season based in part on on a guys that he has available to him at his disposal along with the new coach. He's playing for you know again. Sam or adam is <hes> you know an offensive minded coach bring a coach he coached me in denver peyton manning there <hes> and had great success with but <hes> i think style of offense adams an outstanding offensive by i think will help sam darnold <music> but more critical in that to me is again supporting gets you know the moves. They've made <hes> as far as weapons because a quarterback can't do it by himself. He has has to have guys that can win matchup since gamespot matchup so <hes> i kind of like what they've created their <hes> think <hes> they'll play pretty scrappy crappy defense <hes> i think about think they'll <hes> they'll compete in that a._f._c. Each division this year in the <hes>. I like the <music> outlook for the new york. Jets this fall last question to you. Give me your sleep routine to watch a team that we're not paying enough attention to that. You think can make some real real noise in each conference a._f._c. and n._f._c. This year <hes> i was just at the eagles camp. I really liked <hes>. The football ball team at ally roseman is <hes> assembled there <hes> i'm a real fan of cars sweats beach and he's got both the the weapons around in this year. You know all revolves around health. Even hey and you know you never that's unpredictable but i really like them <hes> as in n._f._c. see team that it's gonna be a big surprise but <hes> you know even in fact last year the bunch of injuries they were able to you know get into play oss. Gosh trump division and you know go to chicago and did a pretty darned chicago bears team <hes> on the a._f._c. side. I <hes> you know aside from the teams that have <hes> <hes> had a lot of success..
"john fox" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"I think you'll see the pluses of antonio. How are you feeling about derek eric carr at this stage in his career i mean he was playing lights out. A couple of years ago under jack del rio before he got hurt the second last game of the season. Obviously they got shellacked in the the postseason because they didn't have a quarterback so they didn't win that postseason game because they didn't have derek carr but then last year obviously john gruden's i. She had there even though he he you know his completion. Percentage was up and what have you his yards up. The bottom line is that there are people that are looking at derek carr and wondering what his future is going to be with that organization because there's some question marks about him. How do you feel about him based on your years of experience being an n._f._l. Head coach and working with quarterbacks as extensively as you have now. What do you see from derek carr. I think he's an outstanding player like go back to win. You know jack del rio was head coach and <hes> weapons yet around him <hes> and what i mean by that not just on offense but the guys they got up there on the play defense and and that's critical on eighteen success <hes> so last year i pretty much beauty okay raiders is almost an expansion team because <hes> <hes> you know the approach they took control away some of their key players key weapons as a football team <hes> and then not able to replace <music> them until the two thousand nineteen drafts <hes> you know which they done now so <hes> and a cap room and and money they spent on the veteran football players in the n._f._l. Spent about fifty five million <hes> just vamp and the skill positions on offense <hes> they draft utilized <hes> we take i pick back <hes> alabama josh jacobs john jay and i think that's going to be <hes> quarterbacks. Best plan is running so <hes> i look for car to look the oakland raiders to be a much improved football team here talk about you know what i pay attention to coach. I pay attention to competition and what i mean by that. Is this real nice and dandy. Sit up and say you know as as many people have the oakland raiders. We're expecting big things from them. Better things from them. Okay i expect you to be better than four twelve. The flipside division it there in kansas city with patrick combs. You've you've got denver who dale flacco the quarterback right now. Certainly he's not what it used to be but he's still can throw the football and then of course you have the los angeles chargers who some are predicting addicting might potentially make the super bowl led by philip rivers so i'm looking at the division at the oakland raiders are in and i'm saying excuse me based on that alone. You're gonna have some problem right yeah. I'm not i'm not picking the winner deficient for all the reasons you just mentioned. There's no doubt denver is not forget <hes> in my opinion we'll we'll have the best defense in the division and they're able to run the ball <hes> but at the end of the day <hes> you're right i just think i think there'll be more competitive within the division. I think they'll be more competitive with everybody on their schedule. <hes> how much of jump you know. I do think they can win games. This sure that's a that's a march improvement john fox right here with steven e._s._p._n. Radio e._s._p._n. News let me go to washington redskins for just a second here. They play cincinnati bengals does tonight. <hes> wayne haskins out of ohio state through fifty touchdowns in the big ten. Obviously he's got an can make all the requisite throws to into sections in his preseason debut last week some time <hes> but a lot of people particularly in new york felt like that was the pick that should have been made instead of dan. You jones out of duke. Where do you fall in that line taking a and b. What do you think about dwayne haskins with the washington redskins season well. I think you know i can understand <hes> <hes> coaching staff there. Duke up followed jones 'cause <hes> he plays high school football and the show north carolina area which is it's <hes> well maintained home or you know about the last fifteen years <hes> familiar with family <hes> and i know the coaching that he got duke.
"john fox" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Endless for the family former coach for the carolina carolina panthers one in the n._f._c. championship in two thousand and three former coach denver broncos one a._f._c. championship at twenty thirteen coach former coach judicial cargo bay is now an analyst for the family the one and only coach john fox's on allowance coach. How are you sir. How's everything great great to finally the man man tweezers and a pleasant pleasure is all mine. Let me get right to it by putting you on the spot. You are john fox. You are john fox. You have the number one overall pick okay. Don't think about the team for second just think about the quarterbacks calamari dwayne haskins dan you jones who would have been your nick. I gotta be honest with you steven a. and <hes> i would definitely go colin murray yeah. I honestly think that <hes> he has the explosion in fate ability guy. No this is a big shoes to of michael nick and yet i think at this point <hes> in the offense she rented oklahoma <hes> and really kind of the similarities but he's been. He's gonna win with years on the cardinals. <hes> i really liked this guy's touch and accuracy and ability to the bill to deliver the ball from different angles which is a mobile quarterback. I think and i say that because he does it with accuracy <hes> and i asked things i tell you i ask the question. The hesitancy with him obviously was his height. That would not have been a profound issue for you. Not really you know <hes> you know. Even evaluating russell wilson came out that was a big question in our building if the broncos was his height ma but he did it play behind the university of wisconsin <hes> the biggest offensive line football. I know it's college <hes> but the guy's he played by. We're actually bigger than any n._f._l. N._f._l. offensive line at that point in football so <hes> it's fine to windows and some guys have that ability so the i becomes becomes a little bit less of a factor john fox right here with steven a. e._s._p._n. Radio e._s._p._n. News arizona cardinals left column the number one overall pick <hes> in this n._f._l. Draft is playing the oakland raiders tonight. What have been your thoughts about the oakland raiders particularly <hes> with the whole antonio brown helmet fiasco <hes> <hes> some people would look at it and say that's a distraction <hes> that they clearly did not need. It's indicative of things to come other say. It's a blip on the radar screen. How does john john fox view that whole scenario. Yeah i think more of a blip on the radar <hes> you know. I think you know tony does different things with them. You know even with the steelers but the thing yet above all that was his production on the football field is why seaver national football. I think ultimately you know that's what the raiders were looking at and <hes> you know. I think they didn't have those type weapon weapons for derek carr. Go <hes> think no when we we couldn't into the regular season we start play real games for real <hes>..
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"You know, we were talking about Tom Brady, and I just don't buy into the, you know, the system quarterback thing. Although I do think if you put drew Brees where Tom is. I think he'd have a lot of success when when I got into a discussion the other day about Tom I asked an Hugh Jackson about this off the air. I said you face Tom Brady many times. What does he do athletically that special any o- one of the things he said is first of all he's bigger than you think when you when you walk up the Tom Brady, he's all a six four and a half six five. And he said the second thing is he throws a really good football. When you watch him on tape. If you didn't know it was Tom Brady what jumps out to you. I'm not talking about leader. Ship, but what jumps out to you physically? Well, I would definitely call an echo. Would you Jackson said at the second thing? He throws a really good ball, and it sort of became gospel early in his career that he doesn't have a big arm and a big arm is a relative thing, you know, who's arm is not in Matthew Stafford's arm. Let's say, but he throws a really good ball. And you know, that to just by common sense by where he plays and the fact that in November and December January his ball cuts through it does. So he throws a really good ball with a bigger arm and a better on people probably think. Yeah. That would also say that would make him really good apart from the mental which is very critical. But let's leave that aside for the moment was I think his ability to work within the pocket and navigate the pocket is outstanding. You know, we're not talking about being able to run a fast forty or run. Run outside the pocket and throw on the run. I'm talking about the ability to work really effectively with believe it or not relatively light feet in an area. Let's say this is over a little smaller than a boxing ring. Yeah. No, that's well, he slides very well. Yep. He's got an intuitive sense of pressure, which the great ones generally done. Have. You know, I was watching the Packers this last week and just an eye test. They don't do a lot of motion. They don't look clever as the Rams they don't look as sharp as the bears. We we've talked about Aaron Rodgers ad-libbing. Sometimes too much holding the ball too much. When I watched the Packers is some of this on McCarthy that they just state my the I test is Aaron has to provide the special and the creative. I don't see a lot of creative out of their offense. That's what my eyes tell me. Well, let me ask you this. You know, obviously, they want a Super Bowl. I can't remember everything they did six or seven years ago as I'm sure you can. Either. But my guess is that Mike McCarthy because he has a definite philosophy had a playoff a football hasn't changed dramatically fair. So if that's the case, then you know, what is ultimately changed? I, you know, I'm not sure exactly at answer that I think the Packers over the last number of years have not been very committed to running the football. I think they were more so back a number of years ago when you think about those two or three years consecutively that Ryan grant had where I don't have the numbers in front of me. But I bet he had two hundred thirty two hundred forty carries. And he was used essentially as feature back. You know, I don't think they've been running that style of offense in recent years. Speaking of the bears, John FOX was there with Trubisky. And now, it's Matt Nagy are they are they doing things because right now, I think the bears are better than the Packers. And I know him in the minority are they doing things offense eternally, which you believe are absolutely elevating Trubisky. They're averaging thirteen more points a game. What is he doing to a quarterback icy with a very low ceiling? Well, I think what what the matinees do and good offensive coach ado is they present defined reads and based on their route concepts versus anticipated coverages.
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I mean, I mean, you can make five hundred sound how you want. If it wasn't for this play. If it wasn't for this happiest the the Packers. If it wasn't for these plays against the Miami Dolphins. If it wasn't for those plays against the patriots yesterday. Bottom line is is that those losses. But there are wins. There as well. And as I mentioned in our first hour, I'm looking to be wrong about the bears. Seventy nine is not bad when you have a first year coach and you're trying to dig out from underneath. I'm just hoping for better for this bears team that maybe they're better than I think, but we have to see as the season progresses. See how they're going to work out. I think that what I've seen for the bears. The first six games is similar to. Maybe what you see is that there's some improvement there with the offense. But it's still a long way to go because there are so many different wrinkles with this offense. And you look at the defense the defense look played well early you see how the defense is playing when Khalil Mack one hundred percent. This is not just a Khalil Mack defense there other guys defensively to need to step up as well. It's not Leonard Floyd defense. Others have to be able to get to the quarterback. Maybe it happens against Sam darnold on Sunday. We'll see. But I just when I saw from the bears defense last couple of games reminded me of lovey at the end. And really a lot of the John FOX era in which there is a lot in between there. We're after the the kickoff is there and the the opposite team is settled Lynn there's a lot of lot of plays in the back of the linebackers in front of the secondary cash cash over and over again big plays missed tackles that can't happen. Can't happen. So I I'm I'm I don't care if you're a team that's not just for the playoffs or not. That's gotta get better. So we're talking to you about this on the spirits Monday. Three one two three three two ESPN three three two three seven seven six is our phone number some thoughts from Mitch Trubisky. There's a lot of under throws and as a mistakes made by Trubisky. He just thought he played all right in yesterday's performance. If the patriots. All right made some plays here. And there we're moving the ball offense. But then you just go back to those given the ball away the Turner assumptions and not that I thought they were bad decisions or anything or bad throws. Just fifty fifty balls and the credit goes from making plays. But we got to continue to take care of the football. That's on me. But we didn't have the balls offense. Probably way we battled which gotta make sure that we just come closer together and get better from the experience and and go back to work this week because it takes all three phases and all eleven guys at the same time on each and every single play. So thought we did some good things. I thought I played all right. And just gonna watch the film and see what we can do even better feel like I left some completions out there. Immediately. You come back. You look at the completion percentage that you just want to complete every throw you you go out there. But I thought I gave him my my team a chance to win. We are close on the last play. But like I said before it's a combination of plays throughout the game. Which you gotta make sure that we continue to get better as an offense. I thought we did some good things today. But we just gotta make sure that we continue to clean up clean up. Our mistakes be even better on third down in the red zone. Continue to move the football and take pressure of our defense and special teams and make sure we're getting better in those areas. Well, so keeping proving as a team three one two three three two ESPN's are full number. Your letter grade for the bears in the first six games of the year. Greg in stream would on ESPN without Greg. Hey, how you doing? Thanks for taking my call. Thanks for your call. So my letter rate is a sea and to start off by head the bears at the beginning of season at six and eight then they got Khalil Mack. I went to seven and nine then after the first couple of games, and like, oh, maybe there in eighteen and the reason at the C is there. They're making a lot of the same stakes over and over and a say into games, they're not learning from their mistakes like miss tackles last against Tampa, you clean that up. And then you see a whole bunch of the patriot. Same thing for Mitchell Trubisky miss. This passes overshooting under throwing and then passes in the end zone where he doesn't see defender. I mean, those are the reasons I think they're they're not learning from their previous mistakes. All right. So you had them at six eight and one apparently a tie was going to be in that mix as well. All right. My friend. I'm glad you checked in Greg. I appreciate your phone calls. Some good thoughts there. He leaves line. Open three one two three three two ESPN's our phone number Mike in Lakeview with Jonathan owners. We talked bears on ESPN one thousand Michael, hey, how's it going? I'm just I'm confused. How people are getting a B if we're three and three, but I don't know. Aside from that. I give the bears or be right now. We're we're we're barely getting by. You know, we're barely passed. And we're three and three. I went to the game on Sunday. I was there. And I saw things that the coach didn't see I saw an injured Khalil Mack out there. Just basically like a pond I saw we let Tom Brady do whatever he wanted in the back young out and he made a lot of passes. We gave them time. I saw sloppy special teams which I haven't seen in a long time. You can't excuse special teams ball on that one kick return has to feel was wide open. I don't know where the coaching was on that. Or what special teams play that was? So I've seen a lot of negatives and three and three. And I mean, that's the record three and three is five hundred percent. So I give us a D. We're barely. We're barely squeaking by right now. And we're almost to the halfway point. And we're at risk of repeating last year over again. So fifty percent back in school was failing record, right? Yes. It was. I just graduate. You I see if you get fifty speech. You might be at her about give him a d a d for NFL curb. But if I don't know what school they went to the fifty fifth is not good go flames bike. Go flames. I don't know, man. I they played good last year. When I was there flames, you say go there, you go buddy. That was that really was the hallmark of flames fan there. Go flames. We really didn't play. Well, that Larry we could have played better at Fort Wayne game, usually the the laments from the literally go flames, you know. The yearly could have won the horizon last year. He'd be another beer bartender is usually when hot is it literally put this on the poll Felix at ESPN one thousand do you see things that Matt Nagy doesn't see? Yes. Or no. Mike Mike from Lakeview said he was at the game. And he saw things that Matt Nagy did not see on film. Three one two three three two ESPN is our telephone number John and Juliet would Jonathan hood here on ESPN one thousand here on this beer down Monday. Hello, john. Hey, how you doing for taking my call? You know, I'm doing we're we're we're three and three staring into the jets game. You know what I'm doing? I know you don't want though Brady didn't walk in the league and was a Super Bowl champion to begin with Pfizer some stuff. So you know, what I I give them a c plausible because at least offense has some kind of program. That is almost reminiscing. What New England does not too many teams have them. I don't wanna be the giants right now. At least at least they have a little bit assaulter role in the right direction. So I mean, don't let's not get down on Brady didn't come in. And just went Super Bowls. It took a while before. He did I understand. But I think that when you on this city, you have to call it the way you see it. Meaning that if there's some good and some bad see, that's the thing. This is not a D effort. I understand I understand Mike from Lakeview. He's the fan. So of course, he he sees things with the glass half empty. But what I'm saying is is that there's some five hundred the way, I look at it is there's some good and some bad like this. You're right. It could be the giant. It could be a bad situation. It's not usually this first year teams when a coaching staff looks at his roster and says man, there's a lot guys can't play on this roster. We cleaned up. And we got to get better for your two year three or four. Here's something that I think that I see that. Matt Nagy doesn't see he didn't see that that Josh Bellamy. And Dion SIMS should not be on this roster.
"john fox" Discussed on Get Up!
"And oldness. He really is the man who brought you freeze down a year ago and he's dangerous. He's an advocate for players. He represents a number of ole miss players trying to get who tried to get out of there due to sanctions. And I think we, this is a tipping point in college football where I'm not. I don't know if these allegations are true or not, but I think you're going in the future. You're going to see players who want to leave on coaching changes. They're going to pile up a bunch of allegations with the hope. The school will let them go and in the in the future. I think schools. Are going to let these guys go as opposed to go through a Texas a. and m. is currently going through. So it could be through the law of unintended consequences. Acklin it could be that you could wind up in a world now where not to be humorous here, but you know the the cash money here. I mean in Texas, everything is bigger. So maybe maybe the coaches and players dot four hundred dollars was was actually forty dollars because nobody out there goes by the same roles at the rest of the country. Paul, it's a pleasure as always thank you very much. We'll see next week if not sooner the Paul finebaum show weekdays on the SEC network and on the ESPN app is the best. Okay. So let's let's let's dive into this here because you really brought up that side of it. My first thought was, wow, do we have violations at Texas a. and m. immediately and we're talking about the smallest of stuff in the scheme of things, but you brought up that good point and it is the law of unintended consequences will schools and coaches start saying, you know what? We don't want our dirty laundry aired by these kids transferring let them go play. The silly part about it is usually when people look for loopholes so that they can get away with things that are otherwise not right. In this particular case, the kids are looking for loopholes to basically do the one thing that there should be allowed to do in the first place which has changed their mind and go somewhere else. And so calling it a loophole almost makes me chuckle a little bit at it, but I do think there's going to have to be a change made here because schools aren't gonna want their dirty laundry out there, and kids are going to always want to transfer not all of them, but some and they should have the right to play immediately. And if this is the way they figured out to do it then yeah, I think. We're going to change through noth-. Lisa found a way to control their own destiny. You see graduate students be able to do it. Now you're going to see student athletes who are unhappy with their current situation. Take advantage of this opportunity. It's going to be interesting to see how long it takes. As you alluded to earlier is the to actually change the rule. If that's what I think is going to have the schools can. That's where it will go and that it just calls me if you stop and think about it, this kid shows Texas saying and because they coach and I know that what they will say is you're not supposed to choose the schooling because of the coach, but we all understand that these kids do that and who can blame them for. And so. They should be allowed to play immediately under any circumstances. But I understand people are concerned that the first kid who gets benched and isn't starting and doesn't like his role is going to want to transfer. And that could create a chaotic situation. I understand some concern about that, but the notion that if they changed coaches, kids might not be allowed to transfer someplace else is just so ludicrous that if this one's up resulting in that it will wind up having been a great and the notion that you don't pick because of coach is absurd. Is that why you picked your school. It was. It was it was a major factor because guess what? He controls your destiny..
"john fox" Discussed on Get Up!
"See. We'll see you tomorrow. Meanwhile, let me bring it back to the table here, and let's talk about the Cleveland Browns for a second head coach, Hugh Jackson, when he was selling Dez Bryant on possibly coming to Cleveland told as the Browns are going to have the biggest turnaround in sports history. Now, the Browns are one in thirty one in the last season last season, so it wouldn't take winning a championship the waiting around in sports history. So what would it take in your mind for that to be true. We everyone saw it on hard knocks and people making a big deal out of he's telling Dez, come come, be a part of this. We're going to be the biggest turnaround ever if they win. You talked about eight wins. If they win six games this year, you could make an argument that is one of the best tournament. It's not in sports history, but a brilliant turnaround. Yes, we all think it's that there's no way to go, but up number one, you're one in thirty one over the last two seasons, but. They are vastly improved football team. And when you look at their schedule, I'm like, they should be able to sneak out seven wins. So he wasn't necessarily lying today, but it's not like the Cleveland Browns. All of a sudden are going to be a contended issue. Yeah, I think I think six wins would be a big deal. As long as those six wins are just a step towards what will become a different culture and hopefully a more winning way of doing things. You know, just to win six. This season would be nice, but that needs to continue. I think there's also incredibly important to note that their most important job this year used to get Baker Mayfield going right. Baker Mayfield is going to be the starting quarterback for that franchise on opening weekend of two thousand nineteen. So they have to balance and I understand it. When you cutting off Owen sixteen, you have to find ways to win games. You have to reestablish some sort of a winning culture, but you also have to get that kid on the field and get him playing at some point. If he's ready to this is a balancing act that the jets have to some degree, but the Browns have even more. So I think based upon the extrordinary losing they've been doing so if they win five, six games, if they're playing meaningful games in November, which I think is a stretch, but it's certainly not impossible. Do you make that move to Baker Mayfield? Because at some point you gotta get him on the field now. So rod Taylor is going to own it. What? What? What? What did you call them? So rot. No, we're not doing. No, it's not right. It's tyrod. So he has. He came out last week and said that he that the pronunciation of his name has been wrong. There was something this past week, but Meena kind says she talked to his agent and tyrod we're going to have to debate. This This is is what what I'm I'm saying. saying. I'm a highly trained professional on him to be called. She went on to know he calls him by his middle name. Okay. We have a whole thing here, but what I actually deal with this and I never correct people because sometimes people call me j. I l. e. like Jalen when When this this really really. ill? I don't. I don't correct them. Can we go back to your telling me if they're playing if they're five hundred ten year, leaving Taylor on the field all season? Absolutely. Because we want to greatest turnaround sports history and you don't want to put that guy, but you know what? They give you for having the greatest turnaround in sports history..
"john fox" Discussed on Get Up!
"Postseason action last night and Diana terrific. Put on a show, mercury and the wings and a single elimination game. And Diana Terada who was always money in eliminating games was sensational. Last night. There was the three now closing seconds of the half. She knocked that one down. She had sixteen points, eight assists in the first half. I play of the third quarter. She just keeps it going to mercury is seven point lead. We showed you a great Nolan Pasha had earlier. There's another great feed twenty six points. Twelve assists for Diana Terachi Phoenix away winks and sparks again limitation and a lot of respect for Lindsay Whalen if they lose it sir. Final game muscle Westbrook was there to sing it. Fourth quarter links down since Wieland doing what she can to keep them in it. And it's a three point game, same margin with less than two minutes ago. And that's Chelsea gray who not's one down. She would scored twenty six sparks up by five. And then here's Maya more trying to cut the lead but misses it. Altogether a tough one for more incredible career for Waylon the sparks hang on to win at seventy five to sixty eight that we left you with the two stats ally here three stats on Dez Bryant Jalen. One of them's not true. Is it that he's the Cowboys all time leading receiver in touchdowns? Is it that he had the highest cap number of any receiver last year or does he had fewer than a thousand receiving are of the last three seasons, which is not true? I would say as in true and you would be wrong. The be Andre Hopkins have the highest cap hit among white outs last year and eighteen million dollars close with football. Jerry Jones was asked to weigh in yesterday on former cowboy Dez Bryant, airing an interview with one of five point three, the fans, Shane, and RJ show. And here's what he said about his former receivers, free agency status. I am surprised. He's a guy that has the skills has the skills to help a team. I don't know what kind of shape does is in no one does and how hard he worked a Betty's in really fine shape too. At this point, join an NFL team. So it would not surprise me to see him joining the team at this juncture because these rosters now are getting made and we're getting down to the roster build in time. I think he'll be on the team. All right. So some coaches you have to decide he wants Dez Bryant to, let's bring in our coach is our own John FOX with is here what do you make of Dez Bryant at this point John, what do you think he has left to offer an NFL team. Well, I think right now greedy, you know, to Jerry's comments. You know, of course, Jerry is going to say that desert a lot of great things for the Cowboys and was very productive player. Then is the production slipped, you know, they made a change. So at this stage, you know that we went in to see Cleveland. You know, this is roster building time as Jerry mentioned that part is correct, but it's also getting closed down to start the regular season, and there's wherever he's going to go is got to learn their system learner route concepts and get ready to be functional in that system. Right now, I'm saying that most veterans that are signing now or use the vet minimums. This may be a money issue. I don't know that perfect, but that's my guess, is at this point and then when dead's can feel good about it by angelie. I'm sure he will be with him. He may not be the player that he was, but as he still, I've heard people suggest a good red zone threat. Someone you can put in there maybe down by the goal line. And make plays with his physicality and his size. Is there value in that with him? I agree that two months ago I believe there there is there is value left. He can't help football team. You know, he's a big, go up and get a ball getter in the red zone..
"john fox" Discussed on Get Up!
"Peterson, taking the field for his first practice yesterday, Thirty-three-year-old looking latch on in DC had stopped, obviously in New Orleans and Aaron last season yesterday met with the media was asked how he felt about all the doubters at this stage of his career. Shows me, people don't really know about football. Because I feel like people that know the game football, they know different situations a player might be in. And so when people go back and say, oh two point, four yards, a care. A lot that contribute to that as well. So not just brush it off of always talked about planned on a good office in line. I know my last couple of years. Kinda struggled struggled in department, but you know, great head coach modestly a top notch organization. So it made sense at the workout. He roof to us that he's in great physical condition. He's actually the physical freak want them say that got a Redskin jersey on your here to compete and make the squad. It's no different with him. He looks great right now, legs runner Lethem looks explosive, big, strong and fast. So we'll see how he does day after day until. Four, three. So that topnotch organization ranked twenty seventh in rushing offense left losing this nothing. He said there that I like he blamed the coaches where he had been. He blamed the offensive lines where he had been any called the Washington, they topnotch organization and by any objective measure, they've been anything but for literally decades. Now, having said, all that doesn't mean this isn't a good move, and then he won't be productive this year. And I think to a limited degree he can be and we'll be and also you left off another point. There are a lot of people that not only no clue ball work in football, hire and fire in football, coach football, play football, and he didn't have a great until a couple of guys got injured, so I'm not looking for him to try to rebound and see if he can now prolong is really successful career. I do. I understand the nuance. He's insinuating there though that just just because the numbers aren't necessarily flashy, that they aren't contribution that being said, you're right, he attack baseball the as feel good stories, data toppy a west after a six. Win over the Rangers. Chris Davis having a nice few days here went deep for the third straight game..
"john fox" Discussed on Get Up!
"Paul's executive producer of the film. It premieres Thursday night, nine eastern on ESPN and on the ESPN. Meanwhile, I'm gonna show you something here. This is to be who is now a huge star right in came as a kid wrestling an actual bear. It's a video from nine hundred ninety seven but the bear, but the barest chained up well wait. But is he there. Chained up the whole time. I don't know, but I see a change off his. He's wrestling a bear wanna wrestle a bear. I mean, I that I guess Conor McGregor doesn't seem that scary anymore looks at durable. I don't think this is scary. That dude is going to be a problem for Connor people think he just goes show up and run through that. Dude. Ain't just happy. Why would people think that now? I don't think because the aura or he who talks loudest is something something something. This briefly and, and for those of you didn't get a chance to see it. So it's a tradition, unlike any other that you slide down hill williamsport. Kevin Gandhi took it to whole other level yesterday Jalen. That's that's. That's an a Ghandi besuited. He's suited in booted if you will. Absolutely. And like, what do you think Kevin to Gandhi? That's that's my guy. He stays clean, but you're not fooling me. And here's what I mean. You brought up the sea level soup for that one. You're not fooling me. I'll watch you on a daily basis and our complimentary gear. You brought out the see list one for that one. I would have done the exact same thing. I wanna see Kellerman and his Tom Ford do that. He would never, I will pay whatever whatever charity Kellerman will do that in a Tom Ford. To do that. That suit is garbage now. Right? I mean, there's really no way that ever gets. You can't clean that enough to. I don't think right, come wearable again, the shirt that I didn't get a chance to see. Look, the beginning or the end did he do the whole show the rest of the way like that? I didn't. I saw the video a little bit later today. That's the real testing. I'm giving of sports center, and then you anchor the rest of the show. I probably can't do that. He was wearing who when he first started doing sports in Iraq. That was in the giveaway pile until go cover? No, I like it. I get a cage represent graph represents eagles new our why eagles. Fly. What do McGregor a games? McGregor again? Yeah, come on. Peterson, announced the quarterback, Nick foles will play tomorrow in a preseason game against the Browns, decided your body knows it's game day. So getting the feel that let's get you acclimated ready to go Peterson, took the field for his first practice in Washington head coach, topnotch organization, it may sense. Do you think he makes a significant impact in Washington significant? No, Daniel Murphy going to Chicago. These are tough decisions is really bittersweet. They took a chance on me. I feel very disappointed in myself that it kinda came to this. Bye..
Mollie Tibbetts case investigators keeping details close to the vest, key questions remain unanswered
"To treat stopped garbage trucks with due caution meaning they must. Slow down when nearing the truck and give. It speaks when passing exactly what constitutes do caution will depend on the given circumstances. And the judgment of the enforcing police officer the. Same standards are in place for emergency vehicles Kansas traffic laws generally require drivers to adjust their speed and tactics. For road conditions and weather to remain safe the state supreme court ruled in nineteen seventy that a driver must. Exercise ordinary care and caution to avoid accidents Phil Hildebrand Cayenne s s news a Missouri woman Has been arrested on suspicion of. Murder after a car plunged into the Kansas river into the body of her five-year-old daughter was pulled from the water the Lawrence Kansas police department says. Sharon Rene Dingle dean of Columbia Missouri was arrested on first degree murder charge related to the girl's death, her one year old son, was rescued from the water the only woman in a. Five way democratic primary race for Kansas. Governor hopes female voters will make their voices heard during the. Upcoming primary state Senator Laura Kelly is helping women will support. Her at the polls Tuesday it will be. The Democrats I primary for governor aid Kansas in two decades Patrick Miller is a. Political scientist to KU he says women typically bake. Up fifty five to sixty percent of the democratic primary electorate nationally Miller says female candidates have won two thirds. Of primary races when there's no democratic incumbent women make up twenty eight percent of the Kansas legislature a slightly. Lower percentage than in the early nineteen ninety s Kansas hasn't had a female statewide elected official since January two thousand fifteen Rodney price Cayenne s. News police continue the search for a, missing twenty, year old Iowa, student authorities in Iowa say finding, a missing university of Iowa student is. Their main priority even directing resources for other cases to. The search for Molly Tibbets they say, thirty to forty investigators from state local, departments and the FBI are working the case daily ATV's and dive teams have, been used to find the twenty year old woman who. Was, last seen on an evening jog in her hometown of, Brooklyn on July eighteenth. Yet police have remained tight-lipped Kevin Winker from. The State, Department, of public safety says he understands the frustration I understand this is frustrating for. Many in the public and the media but feel this is necessary for our investigation the reward fund for information that could lead to finding Tibbets is now nearly three hundred thousand dollars in Brooklyn Iowa Matheny Era Fox News President Trump took to Twitter to blast a media. Sunday morning President Trump says it's fake news he's concerned about his son Donald Trump junior twenty sixteen meeting with Russians and Trump Tower he tweeted the meeting was totally legal and done all the time in politics the president's attorney Jay seculow got into it with George. Stephanopoulos on ABC's this week, the question is what law statute or rule regulations been violated nobody's pointed to. What pointed to several including conspiracy the president also tweeted why aren't Muller, in the seventeen angry Democrats looking at meetings. Considering the fake dossier in all the lying that went on in the FBI Indio j. in Washington Rachel Sutherland, Fox News An eight year old boy in. Indiana. Died after a breakfast and now his father's next Meal's, might be in jail young Curtis Coleman the third up early one, morning in June like many, young kids was, hungry his dad Curtis the second, told the board, there was. No food in the house what he did come across a clear, glass plate. Full of, what, he thought was cereal. So we ate it unfortunately it was meth. The child ingested a hundred and eighty times that lethal amount of math to. Make things worse when he got sick his dad called a friend instead. Of nine one, one when a. Friend trying to call an, ambulance the, dad reportedly got out a gun and threatened to. Kill everyone there Curtis to third did finally make it to the hospital but. He died now, as dad could face forty years in prison if convicted on multiple. Charges including child neglect John Fox News k. assessed used I'm. Now six thirty four let's take a look at. The forecast with Qena, says staff meteorologist Dan holiday good morning. Dan good morning a week frontal boundary is coming in from the north that's going to give us some relief by this, time tomorrow.
Winnipeg, Mets and Mike Sirocco discussed on WBT's Morning News with Bo Thompson
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"john fox" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Can fire any coach and bringing other coaches if you are going to become an actual leader we'll do this whole song and dance yet again and then it brings rid of the nfc north and i know chicago fans don't like this lesson i i've watched the bears every game this year and i've watched him twice over that is a hand on the bible swear and i've seen john fox whom never going to is a great game manager and i'm never going to accuse of developing a quarterback which yes i know you got mitch trubisky there you need to develop a guy never going to accuse him of those two things but i watch somehow john fox squeeze out five wins with that football team with very little talent whatsoever in a rookie quarterback where you to one point you had him throw seven times and got away a b three teams that were playoffbound teams will now to cause ravens aren't going to playoff teams during that stretch out of five wins and one team probably should have went but they ended up boylan themselves over in the final minutes of their game today with raven so basically free and i watched them for a reason because i watched i watched a few teams i watched him very close to that's why i'm being good to todd bowles i liked todd bowles fort i love with sean mcdermott's done i hated what hue jackson's done and i watch that game last sunday and for you bears fans i know he if he gets six or seven wins next year then probably next year's even a time when you move on i'm serious about this one more year one more year to bring murad see what he can squeeze out of it because i think john fox is a good coach he's got his foibles just like every other coach every coaches batagay management with the exception of bill bellichik and clock management with the exception of a belgian they all have their problems but i see chicago john fox doesn't make excuses you have people who come up with great fire fox signs are really creative i'll give.
"john fox" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To the cleveland browns after there's a jersey that is famous in cleveland and all over the quote unquote internet held in there that so we tight altogether hovers a jersey that's famous all over the internet for the quarterbacks failings i don't know how you couldn't be a little bit nervous about heading cleveland with eighteen that's one in thirty over the last couple of years i don't know how you couldn't be a little bit nervous setting the cleveland and with a guy like josh rosen who's maybe to smart for his own good to some folks but do come from people who have graduated from the warned school of business ip willing to say that the rosen family has probably been doing the research about this over the last couple of years and so if they have been doing the research you look no further than even though they might have been doing it for the last couple of years i look no further than today because it's amazing and i brought this up during sounding off i had to watch the browns and bears today i watched the coach in john fox sue i'll never accuse him of developing a quarterback but i will always say that he can give you a shot in comes in with good game plans game plan adjustments are a big power of his but he can always give you a shot but i watch john fox go out there with very little talent a young rookie quarterback with so many holes that they still need to fill and somehow he's taken a team that has very little talent does only a few things well and he makes them do those things over and over again and he's been able to choke up five wins this is a john fox guy who'll still get fired at the end of this week more than likely get fired at the end of this week and bears fans will rejoice because sometimes it's just a guy who holds a place until you're ready to find that other guy and maybe.
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"Conte got one i wa i originally was going with the jagr's okay does anybody else or throw so when i'll throw out one i think is going to be better again not a playoff team but i i think the chicago bears actually have a chance to do i think they i think they did themselves no favours pr wise in the locker room and the jahn with their first round pick but i think my glennon and ends up with the gig i think he'll he'll be the and that listen that'll offensive line was destroyed last year what they can do and you saw with jordan howard did as a rookie now add back those high end pieces that they have on the inside of that offense of wine they're going to be able to bank teams offensively and on defense john fox in this year if you look at his trajectory with teams i mean he is now going in to the right timeframe were that defense is going to be real it's going to be a good john fox defense now they're not going to be eleven and five or anything but the i bet you there by around eight nate which would be a major jump for wow what concerns me in chicago is that if it doesn't get off to a positive start and things start to get ugly and let's say both quarterback struggled both play in both struggle that the whole thing coming out of the draft was that they didn't even really share with john fox what their plans were with trubisky an adult hours before because in its it basically comes down to they thought the john fox would talk to others and they couldn't trust and to keep its mouth shut as sort of weird but that that just tells you i don't like these teams where it's only june and the gm in the coach or both under a tremendous amount of pressure and there will be some pressure of glennon really struggles to put your bisky and to see what you have why not if the if the bottom out and then suddenly the season floats away if everything goes well eight eight.