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"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

12:09 min | 4 months ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Pop back on to chat with our Youtube followers and those who are in our chat room which we've nicknamed the worm hole in the four. Five fours is what they wanted to be labeled because that's my uber rating which will be changed one day. And I just mentioned in that chatter in the commercial. Break that one of my favorite lines. From last night's up first two episodes of the last dance is a member of the media. Whose name escapes me covering the Bulls? The Time said that Michael Jordan may have been the greatest his his job of anybody at at their job in the history of jobs essentially and then one of the four five fours chimes in. Del Tufo is the best at his job as anyone has ever been at his job. Well I don't know I know you named yourself. A guy named Seth Greenberg. I don't know what you pay him on to say. I mean oh my gosh like me. Oh my gosh like eight. Four four two four riches. The number to dial. We'll take your calls later on this hour but I want to take the phone. Call the good friend of the program a good friend in general. He's a three time. Nba Champion won. The he was part of the first three peat of the Chicago. Bulls every single Monday. We plan on having a guest on from that era to talk about the two episodes of the last dance. That will be airing the night before and our first guest is B.J. Armstrong how are you? Bj with I'm doing very well and you know you or do it will family. Thanks again for for having me on the floor. Susie wanted to send her best. My wife would love everybody loves. Vj Armstrong so On here did you learn anything new last night. Bj watching the first two stone. You know as I just with my wife last night. It's always weird. I've always feel uncomfortable watching myself on television right like a old game would come on and I'll just walk out of the room. This is really weird to watch. Because you know you you you knew the stories and to watch it and know what's coming up next. It's a it's kind of. It's kind of weird to watch it's. Kinda eerie a little bit and What it was spun right to revisit. Because you're seeing the reaction of so many people who didn't know these stories and especially the US today so You know it's interesting to watch the reactions. Well obviously again. You were not part of the last dance. As a matter of fact I mean in the final Three Peter the Bulls. But you were. We did see. We did catch your last night hugging Michael. After a warriors game 'cause you were on the warriors at the time we did We did kind of spot. You Doing that last night but I guess I'll just start here with this question. That a lot of people are going to have throughout the ten episodes. Why did this team get broken up why? Bj Well you know you know rich When you play sports you and you play you win. You know one of the things that I think you always have known and what I learned very quickly when I came in. This league is rich. Win It in. It always ends bad always and I learned that watching the Pistons when the Piston is run ended. It ended back when the Lakers living out here in la now when the Lakers run ended with shack and Kobe. It just ended bad. And you know you can look at the Patriots you know with with Brady ends. It always ends bad. It's never a right time. It's never a role in time. But you know what's GonNa end so I think it was Pat Riley or someone said it best. You know the Eagle the me is going to end every it's GONNA in every right and just a matter when it's going to happen not if it's going to happen and that's just human that's human. That's human behavior and human behavior at its highest moment and You know watching the Bulls. I learned you know on the job. Not The greatest opponent. The greatest opponent faced in sports will success and failure. Are you gonNA deal with it and what you're seeing here? You know the first two episodes anyway. Juic- you know how challenging it is to not do it just individually collectively as a group so that you can continue to get to the end result right in the end results in. Sports is winning an ultimate winning the championship so You know that's just the way it is. That's the part of the game. That's why you know I found it. Challenging is how could you get these other people and get us all on the same page where something was going to unite us and find us a way to live outside of ourselves. It's alley. Yeah of course and it seemed to me last night. Seeing how Jordan chafed at a minutes restriction in his second year chafed coming off the floor with seconds to go because he had hit his minutes restriction that that was something that soured him on bulls management and it never changed. Did you see that when you first arrived in Chicago rich you know? That was one of the eye opening experiences that I experienced biting. And just you know just share that. Um when I came into the League you know I was. I was happy. Go lucky kid right. I'm living my dream But what I quickly found out that it was a job and more importantly it was a business and I struggled with that when I first came in the NBA. Because I was like forgot to tell me that this was a business right. If I didn't make this shot here they're gonNA find someone and get someone who could make that shot it. Was you know it just is what it is? And I think Michael's understanding of the business mean he saw it firsthand and I think that had a great impression in every player that plays professional sports. They come up the their face with that. Because we think of sports you know we have such fond memories of sports and competition and winning and sportsmanship and all of those things and you suddenly find out that professional sports is a business and it's a business through and through. You can't deny it and you got to figure out how to do within my my way to deal with. Was I made a commitment? I can remember when I was young player like my first or second year. I said look I'm here. I got a job to do but I'm going to. I'm not going to allow anyone or anyone in the organization or anyone in this league still my joy because I wanted to always remember what it felt like in what I dreamed about doing which was planning the NBA someday so That was tough to watch because every player goes through that. And you saw Michael go through it and look at face to face and I just think that was his moment to understand what he was really into right. He was a basketball player but he also understood the business to such a degree that I think allowed him to achieve success beyond anyone's wildest imagination because at the no one wasn't building teams around a six six to guard and that was a challenge in and of itself well in in terms of the animus towards management. I mean we're seeing in the last dance. It was playing out that they didn't hide it. I mean they would just Bark Jerry Krause or make fun of him or in the case of pippin barking or Jordan just openly mocking him. I'm what was that the case when you got there. Did you learn that Jerry? Krause was not to be liked or did you have your own relationship with him. What was that like what you the. The the one thing is You know sports is very interesting because you you know you're playing this game and you're playing the game and it's heightened emotions so You know I I I I I saw. I saw the the back and forth. I saw all of those things but again I had to be incredibly professional and never get caught up into anything that was going to allow me not to do my job Yes did that happen. I think you saw a little bit of it with last night with Scott Michael. Those guys and that was a part of the culture that we had there But the key thing was is that as a group as a team we never allow what was going off. The court affects going on on the court There wasn't anything that was said about not to like this guy to like this guy. Everyone understood that at any moment in the let's just be let's be very transparent here at any moment anyone could have gotten traded People could have got moved. What have you know? We don't that series against the Pistons. Maybe the whole team is is rebound. Who knows but the key is is that you know what? That's that's that's that's part of it right and and I learned on the job that I had to be comfortable being uncomfortable. So playing in chaos plane with all these things swirling around that was everyday normal occurrence for me. I learned how to deal with it and I learned how to perform whatever was going on and just block it out so I had to rich whatever that was Mike my work whatever you know what was going on in the bus. Whatever because you know what. Hey Michael Pasadena Ball. I had to make the shot and There were no excuses. Bj Armstrong here on the rich Eisen show And obviously won't talk about business. All Business Michael was that and it may stick out like a sore thumb here in twenty twenty Where I guess There's a lot more kun-bae in some parts of the world What was your first impression of Michael? And when did you learn? Boy You better come. Buttoned up prepared. Bring your game all the time. Bj Well he just you know I I. I quickly saw him. You know really transcend the you know something that I I have never seen before you know most players. You Know I. I've seen player. You know tap into a zone right you have a good game may have a good week my have a good mouth. This guy had a great day every single day and not only in the Games but he was great and practice and now I knew that I had to find a way to play in performance level in spite of myself not having a great game and he demanded that of you physically mentally emotionally. Everything time he hit the floor so there was no well. I had a bad game. Okay you had a bad game. But he's going to find a way so he had A. He had a principle that he would always safe from time to time. You know the scores zero zero. Because he was such A. He was such an incredible defensive player. That if he wasn't score and you didn't score key was still in the game. So as great as he was on the offensive end really. He was a blue-collar defensive grinded out type of player who just happen to be a great offensive player. And as you know rich you know you've been around No defense about effort and energy right every night. You can be a great defensive player. Every night you can give that type of effort so he just gave all of us who are around him a different way because he was going to find a way to win the game no matter what he was gonna find a way he was going to give you needed to get an offensive rebound if you need still if he needed to make because of stop he was going to do what was necessary to do that because he had skill set but more importantly he had the mental toughness to focus in and get the job done and you know people talk about doing things but he could actually go out do it and he did it so you know what We had to find a way to elevate our game if you will to maintain and support what he was doing because he wasn't GonNa stop you ever get on you. Did he ever curse you well? Of course of course. No.

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:16 min | 4 months ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Wide open. It's interesting because I work with them to taking over New England filled with a bunch of guys. Hang out here all right. You just open the door. I want to walk in and how ready you think stood him is because it seems like Bella check might be ready to just hand the job to. We'll see what happens on Thursday and Friday Nights. But what do you think of stems readiness? I think he's absolutely ready. He's been thrown in a lot of weird spots and handled himself. Well he had a pretty Hit a challenging childhood and had to become the man of the house at a young age and so starting just with that right there and then to go through. Baylor with all the art riles. If you guys remember that controversy you know stuffs stepping down transferring going to Auburn Getting thrown in a tough spot and you know really really playing well and And then last offseason Was In as good as spot as you can be in for a young guy to learn so last offseason. He's in the room with Tom Brady and Brian hoyer between Tom. Brady Brian Hoyer. They had thirty one years of experience. Twenty seven in that system so he just got a year at MIT for football. And I know what he can do physically and from confidence standpoint so I think he's in a great spot I also would say it'd be interesting to see what the Thursday and Friday because if they wanna put competition in that room Do it with another young guy and so that could be interesting. But I think jared is If you give the ball and put him in there. I don't know that I don't know that he's GonNa Come Out Jordan. Appreciate the time and the insight man you've got tons of it we'll give you a call later in the week for next and see how it all comes out. I'd love to get your two cents on on all of it always appreciate the call and the time you know the best. Thanks rich right back catches the Jordan Palmer. He's he's how about that but do not sleep on Jarrett Stidham look man. I don't know everybody's story but I do believe in that stuff. Yeah became a man of the house at a young age. Nobody maybe maybe now it's New England's House we'll see we will see the last dance episodes one two. Bj Armstrong was part of the Bulls. I danced three-time. Nba.

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:00 min | 4 months ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That story and it sounds eerily similar so my first fantasy football draft ago You know Internet was kind of a new thing remotely and players like TJ whose daughter were getting drafted high and by the own. All these all these coaches never got a chance to play fantasy. See what the the common folk deal with. I mean we were in all seriousness. I mean it does remind me of a fantasy draft but and obviously the NFL does not want it to resemble a fantasy draft. And it doesn't want it to have a moment like we're talking about in our fantasy draft but just like our fantasy drafts can stop a clock I mean. Can it do to fix some sort of technical glitch? Should it happen? I mean you know life could go on if this does happen on Thursday night Jordan. You know what I'm saying. Yeah it's crazy and you won't have Like greasy fingers wings to blame as typical fantasy. Football draft. Guys can blame but Yeah I think it's GonNa be fascinating. I I for me I. I'm Kinda outside looking in on this. I just saw how the drops GonNa go down and the How the effect this will have on the draft in terms of their inability to get physicals Some guys are going to go higher than they would have. Yes because things are not going to go lower because they didn't get a chance to win over that team in a meeting So just to watch how it's going to go down. And then the residual effects afterwards is just fascinating Jordan Palmer here on the rich Eisen show. Okay so how did you get hooked up with borough? How does how does this Go down you know him for a long time or did you. Did you start chatting with them during last year at Lsu? What's your connection to? Joe Carter. I'd heard about him. I I'm pretty connected through the elite eleven with a lot of high school kids coming out and a lot of the guys who are playing on Sundays or guys that I saw when they were younger But with that being CETACEA A lot of guys. So Joe didn't necessarily stick out from the point But as he left and went to Lsu. I just Kinda followed that. I ran into coach ordure on who was my older brother Carson. He was line coach at USC. I'm away back. Oh yeah so I think the last time I saw coach Oh I had zits embraces and he sounded and looked exactly the same into the last time I saw him. But the Green Remembers there with Sam Darnold Josh Allen in And he said Hey I I'd made a joke I said. What are you gonNa have a quarterback in the screen? He said Two years and So he he kinda I think. Joe Is just in the transfer port or coming over what? I was and And so on my radar. I watched to twenty-eight Lsu not this past season to season before and If you really actually watch it and I watched it in real time. People are now going back and watch the tape if you watch it in real time. And you're listening to the announcers and you kind of knew what was happening at. Lsu Joe was putting the ball on the money The first half of the season has doubts..

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:13 min | 6 months ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"All the insight and I get to be. It's almost like we're doing play by play. I love it by the way epoch. Daime hopping in the driver's seat of the year. So good think about that. The fact that he let it happen. He's super cool all time. I think a Bluetooth phone in your thoughts I sedan. Let's do that next time you drive. I'm in the passenger seat narrating as we go and drivers in the Buckeye. Yes that's when pat forgot to signal sunny combine week got two starts in the room with us. Jordan Palmer Quarterback Guru currently coaching Joe. Borough and Mr Love working with love cut coal among McDonald from Hawaii interesting prospect and St Montas from got about fifteen pass catchers too which is kind of a new thing. There's wideouts tight ends Don't open these guys transition. Are you an all encompassing guy like you teach them to forty and you've got a strength staff Speed staff and then teacher who's been Zata teacher. Great Hair great hair. You still have that whole haircut if he's ever want to either no because he's on he's on TV and he's still rockin he's crushing it on TV too. He's great he's a great story and a great person. That's Frank Kellyanne. Oh comedy legend. Yeah he's he's one of those guys that when I first started seeing Tj Newsman's odds-on. I watch them. I don't know and then I started to watch more and more. We will very thoughtful very smart and brings you in. And he's one of those. He's one of the people. I'll listen to for information you've been on football. Tv for a long time. You were on Fox from our childhood I think like I think like my. My Dad said when my grandma used to watch jokes we used to do about Bradshaw. But I tell you what it's all right. Now that's what it's doing. Somebody hear that story about but he had a he had a to pay advertising. What do you call it? Sponsorship sponsoring pays or whatever that is and he was golfing and he put the pain his pocket and he wasn't sponsoring the many sponsored by them anymore and that's how he ended the day. I Guess Terry Bradshaw one of the greatest piece of advice to me similar to Jordan with that no really an Algorithm Algorithm Jabaliya was a song in nineteen seventy four. He's Terry's talking about doing an event like speaking. I do a lot of corporate stuff. He does a lot of corporate stuff and he's like I was I went there. I was doing a talking for drug companies or something like that. Well I was just sweating up there frank. I didn't know I didn't feel that. None of the magic normally happens was going through my veins. I wasn't feeling I'm thinking halfway through I'm Gonna I'm GonNa give him back the money. I'm going to offer them the money back. This is so bad I got off stage. I was about to apologize. And they said Terry that was the best event we've ever had you the most amazing speaker in the world and you know what I realized. Frank what was that. Terry you never WANNA give them back the money. Don't even think about a practice. Take Take the money.

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Yeah. It's a great question. It's I have a buddy who who's got a two month old. And so we had a lot of conversations about this leading up to it. And with the quarterback change if you kinda fast forward, these guys, you know, when you're like in your mid twenties it's wedding season. Every summer you go to like four or five, weddings. But with my quarterbacks are going the NFL they're all starting to get married now. So my wife, and I kind of have Mair wedding season in perpetuity here Gerry Adams, getting married this June kit, I've trained at Auburn. And and so we'll be having a lot of these conversations. And so like two guys is is you know, let let let being present the goal today's day and age there's just no such thing as like a an hour of nothing. There's net does your phone where you can go million different things on it. You're talking to people just go go go, go, go, go go. And you know, it's it's easy to give a baby a bottle and be on Instagram. Right. It's easiest thing to do. Oh, but don't just be present. If you're sitting there just feeding a baby sing to it like talk to him or her read to him or just be present. And you know, the way that I look at at being present is, you know, in my adult life. It's it's you know, it's really when I'm talking to me listening. So that I can understand what somebody's truly trying to say not. So that I can figure out how to respond and with a kid with my three year old and six months old. It's for me being present is really being able to to take in everything that's happening. Even if it feels like nothing's happening. Even if the baby can't talk can't crawl can't do anything. My goal is always to be really really present. And and not his that's allowed me to really I can't score. It. I don't know. But all I can say is I'm enjoying the hell out of it. And and the vice somebody gave me that. I thought was great too is don't ever let yourself say. I can't wait until you know, it'd be easy for me to say man, I can't wait till my son's in high school. I can't wait till he's in school. I can't wait. So my six month old can walk. But that's that's fast forwarding, I talked to enough parents especially empty nesters that would love to rewind every time. I see when I have a camp. And I have, you know, a the the parents of a of a high school quarterback, and they see my babies they go. Oh my gosh. Let me hold on. I miss this. I wish I could go back reality is is like there's no point in fast forwarding, you're gonna wanna rewind at some point. So just be present. And don't allow yourself to say, I can't wait until. Well, said I love the advice. You are a first class father. And I gotta say Jordan Palmer. Thank you so much for give me a few minutes of your time on first class. Fatherhood. Thank you. All All right. right back with a couple of closing thoughts here in just a second. Back to wrap things up here. First class fatherhood. I gotta give a special. Thank you. Once again at Jordan Palmer for giving me a few minutes of his time. It was so cool. Please hit me up on Twitter. Guys, dropped me that DM over on Instagram. Let me know what you thought about today's episode. I always love to hear you feedback and lock it in tomorrow. We got NHL defenseman. Kevin Miller who's playing with the Boston Bruins Wednesday. We got on Kolui Thursday. We got actor Barry Sloane. And then Friday, we got former navy seal Jason Koon that's all I got for you guys today. I'm lace. You have been listening to I last fatherhood. And please remember guys. We are not babysitters. We are fathers, and we're not just fathers. We are first class fathers. Sophie. Sometime. I open. No. The town.

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Right. And joining me now is a first-class father. He was selected by the Washington Redskins in the sixth round of the two thousand seven NFL draft. He is currently working with a variety of quarterbacks to get them prepared for the NFL. It is a big privilege for me to say Jordan Palmer welcome to first-class fatherhood. Thanks for me. This is an honor. Right. Here we go. How many kids do you have? And how old are they? So young family, man. My my wife, and I were sweethearts on we're thirty four and we met we're fifteen when I transferred into a new high school, and and we've been married for coming up on nine years. We have a little three year old boy, and we have a six month old. Boy Lau, very cool. All right. Did you do any kind of gender reveal? Did you wait until the end to find out what you have? And you know, we waited to the end on both of them people. Keep saying, oh, that's crazy. I don't know you do that. We you know, we had to. No, I just disagree. I don't think you have to know. I mean, I my son's room. Room's the nursery was not blue. And and for us. You know, I feel like there's very few surprises in life. That are really good. There's a bunch of bad surprises. You know, you could hold her, but very few just awesome surprises. And so for us. We went into the end and part of the phone was not just for us for our families to you know, me walking out into the the waiting room at the hospital and holding up a blue signs times. Everyone going nuts have gone either way. But but yeah, we I was I was wrong. I thought for sure both times it was gonna be a girl. My wife was dead set on being a boy both times, and she won awesome. Yeah. It's great either way, I've experienced both sides of it. We found out by doing a gender reveal sort of thing with three of our kids, and we waited until the end with one of them. So it's cool both ways. Now, what was the experience like for you going from one child to to? Well, that's young fathers is, you know, going from zero to one is I think the most difficult, and I'm the youngest. Four and I have eleven nieces and nephews. So so I only have two kids. I haven't been around, you know, my siblings. Having a lot of kids and stuff and zero to one is the hardest 'cause it's a life changer. Your life is literally from this day forward never the same. So that's the biggest life change in our experience. But from one to two it's just harder. It's just you know, with with a three year old running around, and then six months old, and we have to honestly schedule, and you know, and so it's it's it adds more. It's more cumbersome the I kind of year to of having two kids..

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel, Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. Everybody was going on Jay Buckey here. A little move the sticks action going on. But we've got we've got some NFL action. We've got some college action. And we've got a fun guest today. Yeah. We have really guest. Jordan. Palmer is going to join us to talk all things quarterbacks. And look he's a great expert having worked with all these young guys not only the guys that we're seeing the young guys in the pros, but the young guys into pipeline. It'd be interesting to get his take on some of the guys that we work together with doing lead eleven process. Yeah. We'll do a little progress report here on some of these young rookie NFL quarterbacks. And maybe get a glimpse of what's to come here. And this next quarterback class looking forward to that conversation there with Jordan Palmer, but we've got to start things off as we always do book at this time of the week and that's going through each game own the NFL weekend radio. Yeah. Before before we get because the first game, we're gonna talk about we'll be the same sort of bingles. But I want to get your take on. What do you think about the Dez Bryant signing? At this time of the year. Like, how do you think impacts to saints? Have you been port when you're a Baltimore Philip did you ever sign in vet in the middle of the season? It's kind of push you over the top. Yeah. I can't remember, you know, this is kind of a new development. I think seeing this much movement. And obviously does Bryant wasn't a trade was assigning. But seeing this much movement in the middle of NFL season. I think that's relatively new over the last couple of years didn't used to see much of that. But to me, this is I don't know if there's I don't know if they're sixteen games that Dez Bryant could go to and have a big time impact. I really I really believe that. But I do think there's a couple of teams that fit him beautifully, and he can't have an impact in. And this is definitely one of them. Because what is the knock? I mean, you've said at numerous times and knock on Brian is he doesn't create any separation. So you need to be playing with somebody that's ridiculously accurate because you don't have a lot of space and he can make contested catches..

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Did the Bears Make a Mistake with Deshaun Watson?

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Did the Bears Make a Mistake with Deshaun Watson?

"So let me start with us. We always. The Cleveland Browns. They can't get the quarterback. Right. I cannot believe they passed on Carson Wentz. Let's just take the Cleveland Browns and shoved them. Off the air for minute, and let's talk about the Chicago Bears. So Joe thighs, men was talking about dish on Watson who could be a Chicago bear, but they passed on him for Mitch Trubisky. And Joe ties been said yesterday, his quote is he's more accurate than Cam Newton. He's fast within Cam Newton. He's more allusive than Cam Newton. I don't know if all that's true, but I do like the Shawn Watson a lot, and here's what is amazing is much as we bang on Cleveland for passed on Carson Wentz. The Chicago Bears passed onto Shawn Watson, who has a multiple year starter. He started two full years and then his sophomore year, he started a little too, and he completed sixty seven percent of his throws. Sixty seven percent of his throws. His coach is not a former NFL guy is not known as an offensive guru, like some guys have no just dabbles when he's a great coach, but he took that coach completed sixty seven percent. He faced Alabama twice. Both times was six weeks to prepare the best defensive in the best coach in college football, Nick Sabin could non stop him could not stop him to time six weeks

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Yeah hey gary my name's brad in i work for the style brand called igloo coolers and just wanna know if you wanna buy it sure sure do and win when you buy 'cause i still work for you what would you do with a company like that where the employs average about is old as the company in seventy two and they operate completely impre internet and my buddy jason i or the entire marketing company department for a five hundred million dollar company so i'm not even move i'm so excited about my life right like to me everything i just heard now all i need is the world to collapse right like everything i'm doing for the last eight years has been about the economy collapsing the next time a company like that doing five hundred million with that kind of brand that like a lot of people here know and glennon myself right with doing all the wrong marketing behavior is in deep shit when the world collapses and you start buying that kind of company for one times you know eba versus seven so i look i think you know what it is right like either a company is you know companies dna super fascinating it took me it took me being this deep into my business career to understand why certain sports organisations do actually win over time right it just stems from the top like the knicks aren't gonna win shit until dolan's the fuck out of there that's facts that just one hundred percent facts it just stems from top so you know to me up so pumped about everything i just heard because i know there's about forty thousand businesses in america that have similar things to what you're up to plus i'm building an agency that when shit hits the fan and cocacola went from having a billion to spend two four hundred million because the world just collapsed and they need to readjust they're going to do it with me not with they're doing it so when the world melts vein is going to go through the roof and i'm gonna make a lot more cash and i'm gonna be able to buy brands for a lot less because they're going to be selling off ask.

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"They're not gonna look better than facebook's and they're not gonna look better than incidents in the short term and so if you're trying to raise sales to raise capital from abc will then i get why you wouldn't and this is why keeps saying what are you up to because once i understand what you're up to this is why vein or does well or i do well i've got a lot of answers you know this is why tell everybody like ask questions now because my contents general it can get more detail right year as i'm doing it right i do think you're snap ads incredible now twitter real quick look i think snap if snap does not create a feature or an innovation i think it will continue to window right like they're going to have to come up with something i mean look i made a video back in a day that's facebook was in trouble sucks didn't believe in mobile enough which is the truth people forget facebook was late to like fully going hard on mobile twitter did what it did anyway twitter i totally interesting place i've become actually dramatically more intrigued by twitter this room people that do dr don't like it because the ads are shit i like it because it's the place where if you have a great copywriter who's an improper eater and you troll your competitors or culture you can explode if you positively troll right you can show bunch of cool as shit like think about what your voice your brand can do when people are talking about being cold feet beach fit on the beach like just in culture you know like somebody hurts stir toe and sports jump in like there's just a million things you can do right what's your brands point of view on the thing that went crazy two days ago with you know the what sound you hear what's you know what's your take on game three of the cavs like you know like never know right so twitter's very creative as a counterpunching copywriting culture hacking platform nobody wants to put in the patient's time or resources for brand everybody just wants to do sales.

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"All right we now welcome on former nfl quarterback and now quarterback whisper slash guru jordan palmer let's actually start there you're from qb summit dot com are you start somewhere else okay to worst words only words i know yeah that's that's what i want to start with are you a whisper or google you guys like tie in years of the space i think anytime you guys get a guy like maybe a weird non title it's a great opportunity to just like you make up with the word should be okay so snakes let's i've i've looked at a lot of profiles okay you are a quarterback ninja quarterback rockstar what you say you don't have to okay so quarterback ninja jordan palmer what exactly do you do yeah i love hoping quarterbacks kind of at the stage of their career they need to take a step and so as these guys i'm working with the draft you know their tradition from college to produce a huge jump i like helping guys that are that are transitioned from high school to college and then young guys run these camps go qb summits where kids come from all over the country and that's kids that are in high school or trying to scholarship for trying to pick a school or trying to start for the first time and so i really like i can be really helpful in that phase and and the draft is just my favorite because you know there's only one period of time let's say that that these quarterbacks are fifteen years in the league and they started in fifth grade who only one time in their full life where for three months all they're gonna worry about it themselves they don't teammates they don't have coaches they don't have family bugging them to hang out they don't friends trying to get him to go out at night don't have marketing deals classroom other sports just working on themselves and so it's an opportunity in their whole career.

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"All right we now welcome on former nfl quarterback and now quarterback whisper slash guru jordan palmer let's actually start there you're from qb summit dot com are you start somewhere else okay to worst words only words i know yeah that's that's what i want to start with are you a whisper or google you guys like tie in years of the space i think anytime you guys get a guy like maybe a weird non title it's a great opportunity to just like you make up with the word should be okay so snakes let's i've i've looked at a lot of profiles okay you are a quarterback ninja quarterback rockstar what you say you don't have to okay so quarterback ninja jordan palmer what exactly do you do yeah i love hoping quarterbacks kind of at the stage of their career they need to take a step and so as these guys i'm working with the draft you know their tradition from college to produce a huge jump i like helping guys that are that are transitioned from high school to college and then young guys run these camps go qb summits where kids come from all over the country and that's kids that are in high school or trying to scholarship for trying to pick a school or trying to start for the first time and so i really like i can be really helpful in that phase and and the draft is just my favorite because you know there's only one period of time let's say that that these quarterbacks are fifteen years in the league and they started in fifth grade who only one time in their full life where for three months all they're gonna worry about it themselves they don't teammates they don't have coaches they don't have family bugging them to hang out they don't friends trying to get him to go out at night don't have marketing deals classroom other sports just working on themselves and so it's an opportunity in their whole career.

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That's right you're hearing right is that he's constantly breaking down and breaking the pocket and running around part of that might because he needs to run for his life part of that is he might see ghosts or color when he's not seeing it i don't know yeah i remember hearing that to me number three could play for me yeah i think so too he you know maybe you do need somebody who who is there in case he goes down and tin can get you from point eight point be as jordan palmer said there's only one quarterback there and seattle but guess what russell wilson goes down what are they gonna do turn to the kid from western kentucky really to keep things float no way he's in the back pocket there in case russell wants the moon for his next contract and they don't want him anymore i don't mean to i'm not trying to start anything up that's the way i view the quarterback position that's the way if you're looking at a quarterback you are hoping this person is your one in a million diamond in the rough franchise maker whether it's right around the corner when you're los angeles for the chargers notice i did not go down the san diego trap whether whether you're the giants with anybody what if the steelers took dobbs last year josh dobbs why do you think they did that because their quarterback constantly talks about retiring right and so they need to see if this is the kid they might take another swing at that bat.

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Carson palmer how do you like how do you like he didn't respond to it well but his friends cohen chunks it was the same you know guys jake and green actually never seen goonies jordan so person on shuffle that's a request and every thought i would make palm or jakarta n how that did not sit well with him good luck on everything going on with jordan don't be stranger come back anytime i know your air down the road so to speak here in southern california at j w palms on twitter and again jordan palmer you can check everything out what's the the website is qb qb summit dot com he helps young guys on the journey fantastic thanks for coming in good luck with your guys you got it jordan palmer here when we come back and interesting team with another kid that's off the radar screen at quarterback way to year who brought who in that's next chris brockman the news update dennis miller and bradley chubb still to come these days news travels lightning fast which is great if you're a sports fan between status updates breaking news notifications and twitter feeds you can always be up to the minute on every team and every game while this is great for sports it's the opposite when it comes to buying a car go online and your bombarded with numbers invoice list price dealer price it's hard you know how to recognize a good price not anymore introducing true price from truecar it's the only price you need to know because it's exactly what you'll pay for the car you want including fees and excess re's how do you know if you're true prices a great price because truecar shows you what other people paid for that same car you want so you know how to recognize a good price and you're certified dealers know this so they set their true price competitively so they can win your business so when you're ready to buy a new or used car visit truecar to enjoy a more confident car buying experience some features not available in all states this is firefighters raphael parite reminding you that every day portion of every firehouse subs purchase goes for helping first responders try the new strong me ruben loaded hottest sweet and tangy slaw melted swiss limited time get a medium pastrami moving for just six thirty nine firehouse subs joy more subs save more lives limited time offer participating locations firehouse subs donate a minimum.

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"In my opinion you're the you're the absolute gold standard best in the business and i feel like so many players have negative connotation around the media i gotta do this interview i have this fifteen minute phone or i've got to do whatever it is and you're just not that you're just guys everybody carves out time for you and it's just an amazing respect and and i think it shows that you're you're shipping your readership and all that stuff too but as an honor to be on a joined that's really really nice of you to say good good luck with your guys and we will catch up again soon thank you thanks to my guests chicago bears coach men nagging and quarterback tutor to the stars jordan palmer if you enjoy these conversations be sure to listen and subscribe to other great episodes in the m qb series such as my conversations with leuke keithly larry fitzgerald and tom brady you can find these on the qb dot com on apple podcast google play or anywhere you get your podcast you can also hear the m qb podcast with peter king on sirius xm radio every saturday morning at seven eastern on mad dog sports radio sirius xm channel eighty two thanks to the fine folks cadence thirteen for their production work and thanks of course to my sponsors mattress firm quicken loans hymns in buffalo wild wings please support them the way they support this podcast and i'll see you from the nfl owners meetings in.

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Back on the podcast with peter king happy to be joined by jordan palmer who you know has many titles but but let's just run them down jordan palmer was a well traveled backup quarterback in the nfl for several teams and now at age thirty three he's got a really interesting business going he basically trains young quarterbacks both at the high school and college level and then when they leave college to prepare to play pro football this year he's trained three quarterbacks draft hopefuls sam darnold josh allen and kyle alan and in particular you've got two guys jordan who look like they're going to go in the top five obviously sam darnold josh allen so now at the age of thirty three a year like onto your next life and i guess i would i would start by asking how did this all start where you got the idea in your head that you know maybe my nfl career didn't go as i hoped you know i didn't play in three super bowls but but i think i have a lot to add and a lot to teach young quarterbacks yeah i mean i think at an early age you gotta remember i i was behind my brother five years younger who was the number one everything all the time the country parson carson palmer you're referring to yeah i'm not referring to my other brother robert palmer but no i up with carson so there was a huge discrepancy in and and talent and ability and i never fought it i never complained about it was never nba.

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

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"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jordan palmer" Discussed on The Playbook

"We lost at nine hundred million dollar bid by the la rare look that contract extension was gro 100 in seventy six million dollars the steely will cost one point one billion dollars champions are made in cash always follows but where did it all start these are the true stories of the blockbuster sports deals that went down in the locker room boardroom and between the lines that made many people very very wealthy from entrepreneur media this is the playbook on ceos worst one marketing in your host dave melts i have a very unique guest this is a person that you may know the name you know may know the background but jordan palmer he is an extraordinary football coach but most people don't know that he's even in my opinion a better entrepreneur and he can give us a lot of good tips for the playbook on not only the business of sports but how to be an entrepreneur and what it takes to be successful uh starting with them and gas about your background but we probably will wanna start with your dad because i think a lot of your spirit is entrepreneur spirit that you have comes from growing up in a household you know with exceptional men in i'm sure your mom who is great but when you think about your brother in your dad i'm like holy shit like this guy grew up to be successful no matter what it was he's going to do so jordan once you give us a little bit of background with firstday thanks for having me i i love.

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