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PMS 2.0 205 - Jordy Freakin' Nelson, Charles Robinson, & Legend, AJ Hawk Stop By. Let's Have A Tuesday.

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PMS 2.0 205 - Jordy Freakin' Nelson, Charles Robinson, & Legend, AJ Hawk Stop By. Let's Have A Tuesday.

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Who knows if back in the cowboys are anywhere near close a deal but I do know that that is to be a quarterback for the Dallas cowboys wide receiver that he wishes he could throw a ball to. He's a Caucasian fellow. That runs like a Gazelle Ladies and Gentlemen Tie. Schmitz cousin or nephew was named after this man for a wide receiver Jordy Nelson Jordi. How's that closet there with old age living in her sister's house at the moment building a mansion out there? Good for you Jordi yes. We're reaping some of the benefits from the last ten years so in the process of getting the House bill clauses. Beautiful like there's a heat lamp or a couple here on Jordi why did you pick the Hawk family to come help out his his wife just the greatest interior designer of all time? Is that how this goes? That's what I've been told so. We gotTA prove it here. I'll let you know in a couple of months in the house is complete. Congratulations on a new house out there in Kansas There's a lot of people from Kansas tweeting. That you coming on the show today. You normally do interviews. I don't think I see a lot of Jordy Nelson which I don't love by the way I don't. I wish I saw more of you. I the question I want to ask you before. Jayhawk probably ask questions over there and the boys I think the boys are loaded with questions for Jodi Nelson That story about his nephew being named after you is hundred percent. Sure by the way the whole Schmidt family has some questions I want to know what it was like for you when you show up at new teams in new locker rooms in the first workout when it's conditioning and running and we've all been in professional locker rooms when a white dude has jets. It is not a normal thing but Jordy you or this guy who you're on a field burning pass folks deceptive speed means white due to can run fast. What were the conversations were the conversations? Like whenever you've got ta the raiders or maybe it was a new person at the packers was always element of surprise. And if you always just been incredibly fast dude like even in high school I didn't have any conversations about that are DB coach. Joe Whitt in Green Bay would give a little heads up to the new. Dvd's coming in like yes. He's white as you're saying but he can run so he they'd give them a little scattering report before we'd go hit. Ota's or many camper training camp so that was a conversation with them I tried to stay out of it and as long as people thought I was slow it worked into my benefit. Come Game Day and so worked with that. Dbq and like Hey Listen. Do not get got here. This is not a normal Caucasian here. Okay you need to backpedal and flip. Those hips quickly. Do not get caught by. This has gotten a lot by the way. Do not get. That is hilarious. Lot Pat last night so Jordi lives. Here is legit farmer. Brother is a former slash cowboy. What's last night about eight thirty that hey you WanNa go do some broken? When he says we not me his brother and everybody so last night until about midnight I was at his brother's property in the arena. He built letten little cavs. Go out through the the shoot. I guess they're chasing down and one of them's roping the horns one of them's rope in the the heels majority gets out there after his broken and trying to basically break a wild horse. I watched him do. Jordi gets out there. And as they call it he's bulldog and cabs grabbing behind the horns show mural cut cut on his arm already got booed by Carter. George been bulldog and cavs all all night and got home about twelve thirty instill able to come to this. It was pretty impressive. So you're like in your in the form world right now as we speak. Was that always going to be like hey happens with this football thing at the end of the day. We're GONNA come back home or we're GONNA farmer. Are you from a family of farmers? Is that how it's been? Yeah I grew up on a family farm. My GRANDPA started. It started years ago Then my dad stayed on the farm after he got done with high school and then so I grew up on the farm doing chores and working through the summer and it was the plan at the end of football whenever it was. Or even if I wouldn't have made it It was probably do farming or health farm And do some coaching or whatnot. So I think it's a great way to raise kids my get my kids on the farm. Because they're spoiled need to learn how to work and we go outside to do stuff and they complain. It's hot and it's only eighty degrees and I wore them. That's going to get twenty degrees warmer I give them a little warning there. So no it's just I like being out in the country Role Kansas working with my brother on the farm helping him out with his family. He's got four girls That are all about the same age as our kids so it's a good time. It's a movie there there. There's some sort of strength that comes from the foreign. I will never have because I grew up in a in a non-farm world the way maybe grew up on a farm. Four two if you needs probably that's probably what happens. You Start Tackling cavs run for to that. Caucasians a little bit. Different Wild animals entire. You got a question. Thi- yeah I just I mean it was tough when you loo in the packers let you go. How hard was it adjusted in when you went to the raiders After you had You know your story book French career with the packers. It was different for sure especially for myself. Who's not very outgoing? Very kind of shy guy and tell him around someone for a while so It was it was different being out there. We enjoy our year in California and especially not thinking coming from Kansas not thinking I would enjoy living a California life but where we're able to live And it was fun. We enjoyed her. You're out there. Some of the people we met on the team were great but it was definitely a little bit of a transition Especially for only being there a year by the time you kind of settled in the season was over and that you could keep picking it up but Definitely missed the guys. Try to stay in contact with devante Randall. And Aaron and those guys are still on the team and but yeah it was definitely different than Oakland different than Green Bay. We'll leave it at. That town is a little different than the village. But the the you text with Aaron Rodgers still. It's a one way text you send. He doesn't answer. I'm currently in the middle of that right now. We are in a three day staredown on text messages. I just ask them how you doing pal and I have not got an answer for seventy two hours at this point. Not sure how long I'm supposed to wait before. Either deleting that messaging deleting is number or just kind of act like it's it's a normal thing. Yeah it's just keep reset it. We should just keep sending rescinding rescinding re sending a bringing this back to the top of your text message chain wondering if you missed. I know you're busy over there. Did you sign back with the packers and retire is a packer is that did you do that? I just retired as a pack of yeah went back there and did a press conference Was able to just end it where I began and Which was great Mark Murphy game couple days after I announced that is gonNA retire and Gave me that option to come back and do that and so it was fun to go back and do that and just finalize everything be done and be able to move on. Wasn't there thought that you were going to come back to the packers after left. Was there ever a conversation? I don't know if you were having it? Probably not but other people were having like by us now for them. My guess is It wasn't ever. There was never a conversation about going back up there You know if they would've called it would have been very intriguing to go back But there was never any conversation between me or Meiji and them to do that. Is Jon Gruden cartoon character all the time or just win the cameras on all the time? I mean what you see on TV or on interviews at it might even be a little bit more extreme in meetings He says pretty random stuff he does. Keep it entertaining it is. It's a little harder to fall asleep in those meetings. I think for some people than others because he's running the meeting. He's up talking. He has some unbelievable lines that he somehow creates and Yeah so he he didn't. He did a good job especially for the year that we had there is kind of a struggle and obviously everyone's Mindset chain not changed but the season was different once they got rid of Khalil and then we traded Amari and you know it could have been a long long year but he kept it up beaten. You know kept cap. Everything positive moving forward which was greatly appreciated. Ninety million dollars a lot of money man. That's what he said about Khalil. Mack after he's on hundred million dollar deal very interesting but the thought. Why did you end up retiring where you just done with it? Was it injuries? What was it at the end of the? Did you think you didn't have any more? I think a lot of it was family I went up and visited Seattle and had a great visit there. John Sider Contact me when I got released by Green Bay And I never made it out there for a visit. I went to Oakland and just signed and so they you know contact me again after I was released so I went up there and talk to him and my body feels great And that was one reason. Why wonder retired honestly? I didn't want to push it another year another year. And then not feel great and then the other my family hadn't even been in. California for a year and we were GONNA have to box everything up and moved to Seattle and then once to me once you start doing that you know. Seattle could have been one year and then it would have been to Tennessee from one year than Denver from you know whatever and I mean. My oldest is just finished fourth grade so I didn't want him to start bouncing him around everywhere as like. Let's go home get settled down. I've had my fun. I got ten plus years in so let's get home. Settled down time to focus on the kids and let them get into Sports Back Home Pat. I. I'll ask the question you want to ask that because Oh thank you. I know how you're you're weird. Brain works so Jordi. Let's say right now obviously. Great what Georgie worked out right before this it you tell us after he's been coming on this show. Join me to Paul. Yeah here we go. I think he the one thing Jordan didn't do. He didn't to sit in his office naked for thirty minutes to cool down in the closet because interview so a couple of other things. I think we might have some differences as well but that is one not difference from today our days today. That is true. That is one difference but I wanted to ask George something that PAT would definitely want to know so looks great. Feels great whatever. What if the packers gives you tie Schmidt and Angry Mel kiper weapon yeah? They didn't have to wide receiver. This year in the draft was kind of shocking. What happens is what's his name. What's the GM's name Pat Jenkins? I break the news. George this is big for a Friday Friday News Dump WanNa stay. I mean we can definitely. Are you going back to the packers? If they give you a call you still got it. Your author tackling bulls right now. What are we doing we come? Let's hope feels good. Family Loves Green Bay. You know Aaron very well. He Trust You. They need a weapon. Jordy Nelson's coming back to the backers. You're the house anyways. Thank Chris Simms. Going to report that along. Those are moment. That was gonNA be dammit dammit. Oh so pumper Jordi. I felt like we could have bullied. You coming out of retirement like potentially peer pressure coming out of retirement there. You're sitting in the closet of your house and Kansas Sirius out. It definitely is woman here though. You still throw a ball around the kids. Do you send you're going to get into coaching. Is that something you will do sticking to? Oh here's the question I did have actually. I'm sorry I don't care if you're playing catch with the kids. I assume you're you're a good guy. The offense is okay. The offense is at your Aaron Mike McCarthy then you go and be a part of the GRUDEN's offense was it hard to pick up GRUDEN's offense because they say that things insane. There's another thing for Chris Simms. Talk about how that offense is insane to recap the. Nana words and everything like that. Was it similar to what you had in Green Bay or there are very obvious differences in verbiage and everything like that between the two. It was very similar. The some of the verge was different so that was the one hard parts of trying to delete everything that we had in Green Bay instead of saying. Just so you could skip a step to begin with those like you know if they called dragon but it was actually whatever lizard you know instead of going okay. Lizard Dragon Slap means. I have this you know you had to delete that step but I think one thing with Bruni adds so much week to week in a game. Plan that Is completely different than like the normal set of often so yes is normal. Install that you would do during many camper whatnot but then every week there's a whole nother downloaded system. Pretty much of we're going to run this verse the Broncos and then next week against the chiefs we're going to run all of these so there's the there's a lot of information that comes in and is able to handle it fine. It is difficult on some younger guys. That just can't comprehend as much or are overwhelmed by so much more that be able to grasp at all. But sometimes there is a little bit of system overload. Derek Carr gets. A lot of heat gets a lot of heat does he. Is it warranted or not? No it's not Guys EXTREMELY SMART. Very talented works extremely hard Can make the throws does it all. I think he's been in a tough situation. I think similar to what Alex Smith dealt with with the forty niners Just constantly rotating through coaches and offensive coordinators. And which is a whole new scheme and yeah. He's smart enough to pick it all up and able to run it. But it's getting all the offense lineman on the same page getting all the running backs two receivers tight ends. And then I mean not to know. Too much about the raiders. But I mean it hardly seems like they keep a lot of guys for long-term feels I mean. They're they're very short so he's constantly dealing with new receivers. I mean I went in when I went there. I there's one will they end up getting rid a so. There's only one other receiver that he had like. Play the game with and then had me and a couple other guys and then the following year all of us were gone and he had a whole new group so. I mean then you compare that to Aaron and Green Bay where he was in the same offense for ten plus years the same receivers that were there for like six eight years at a time that slowly developed in figured out the system and got that chemistry going so it makes a difference when you're not able to keep that chemistry from year one to year eight to ten every two years you're constantly swapping guys in and out to get any sort of rhythm. Aaron said all the right things. There's press conference you think. They're trying to run them out of town saying prepared for what's that feel like they're being prepared for it. I guess that is a smart move for the general manager. Think about the future your that your game away from the Super Bowl. It's not normal. It's not to get the NFC championship. That's not something that happens all the time. Yeah I think just the way it all played out. I mean like you said there. One one game away from the Super Bowl Trading up to get the quarterback. I think a lot of people compared it to Aaron situation but to me it's completely different. Aaron was debate to be the number one overall. Pick to me Jordan. Love was not so and I said this in another somewhere else that I mean. We'll find out if there's a good pick and four or five years. I mean for if he pans out if have another transition like they did with Rhett to Aaron. And it's errands Jordan. Then I mean hats off to him but I you know everyone's GonNa question it until 'cause question Darren's moved to until it panned out. Aj Hawks entire families are. How's that going? It's great the kids are having a blast The noise level has increased. Not just as kids. My kids as well okay. Luckily we've had some good weather so we shove outside and sign a trampoline rights and bikes and scooters so It's been good K. State who they be left Oklahoma. Yeah you're you. Are you the most notable Kansas state human of all time? I think you probably are right. No Darren sproles. There's rose sproles is from Kansas State when sproles and I believe it's L. Rogerson was the quarterback running back Combo and NCAA. That was the team to play with. Damn I didn't know and then they had to coach. I was there for like Ninety Five Years Co Schneider Bill Snyder. Good Guy Right yeah. Everybody sounds good guy. He's recruited you. I so yes he was. He's yes that's here's the head coach. Mike I went there. Were you recruited by anybody else or you just is farm kid from Kansas. That nobody else could. Really Fi- The only scholarships I had were to division two schools here in Kansas and I walked on a case state. Is Kidding me all right? So you're not going to play for the packers again. Yes sure we gonna cut that we could. Jesus is GONNA sign him. We don't know we honestly don't know it's going to be a tough negotiation. Majority said he's ready in the closet that he's in his sister's house Georgia. We talk a lot on the show about how we're rustbelt guys. We're from the rust belt area Do you think. Aj or US we could survive out farmers that just a different kind of Guy. I think you. Aj came back a few summers ago about five years ago to help with our benefit plan the golf tournament whatnot so we had him out there farm and put some mud boots on him. He was in the Pan slopping through some cal crap and Katelyn schick out there. Oh No oh no. I wish I own Asia thing. Aj we didn't know you were a cowboy. Do your rustbelt kind of guy didn't know you're getting into fucking mud out there with the cows and pigs in a good thing. I'm really good at opening gates and when these guys are horses they need a gate opened. I'm pretty good at that. You like a very skilled horse rider. Equestrian me yeah no seems a he. He says that. Because it's like there's levels of everything I think because his brothers legit cowboy. Georgie had horse last night that the guy will hordes. Jd wasn't really listening and kept sidestepping him so what you have is it punishing them. Would he do? Oh Jodi road this dude around the arena like ten laps. At the time. The thing is going full quip as fast as you possibly can at an angle sideways. And Giorgis I was scared for George watching every single time. He stepped up to the plate to to go. Run down. Cap was pretty cool. So what are you got to punish the horse like like in football? Like run. Sprints like listen you want to be an ass go ahead and we're GONNA hit the circles pal. Go ahead and get that energy out of that is like every is that an everyday thing in the life of Jordy Nelson at this point. No not an everyday thing but It's just something that my brother does a lot of it he'll do some call ranch rodeos and stuff in Kansas and so Since we've been back in I go and help uses horses. Quite a bit on the farm moving cattle Shorten cattle so. I just try to get more and more comfortable on learning to rope and that way if we need to go get one that got out or one that we can't catch we can go rope it and then loaded up on the trailer so just trying to be more handy. You ever ride a bull. No never did that. No thought that's cowboys. Did I see the wrangler sponsored? All the time cowboys's hop on the board. Yeah those guys are Kinda crazy if you ask me so you've never been on bull no. Is there any bull in the area to get on now not like those? I think I want to run a bullet point. I don't know about the horse thing. And the Cath thing. I do want to strap myself on top of the ball and see how it goes. The horse thing would be a lot easier than bull riding. But aren't the Horse's like they're legitimately. We had a girl in our school who I'm more scared of horses. I think that both to be on. I think we had a girl in our school. Right on horse. Somebody drove by hit a horn. Horse says whatever does. She ends up getting paralyzed. There was like whenever we're children so my first story about a horse. Somebody hopping on the back of a horse from where we're from. Somebody apparently well never hopping on the back of that son of a bitch. Tell you that we'll do that. But I feel like is completely okay. What is the bowl when they open the gate when you're on their back well if you don't kick them too hard to kind of just walk around that is? I don't know what Rodeo you've been watching it on. Tv You ever see one of the Miniature Bulls Jordi like a little miniature Buchan bowls. You ever see those things. No I might be more cowboy than Jordan. What type of farm do you have? Is it like being corn? Yeah we got we Soybeans Corn Silage Alpha. A little bit everything and then my brother runs about a thousand head of cattle or more. Now I've heard from my farm sources that were potentially a boom where we have too much too much products. There's too many farms too much meat too much this which means in a couple of years. We're probably going to see a where people fall out because businesses fall out in a couple of years. We're going to be short on stuff. Am I right in thinking that I honestly don't know I think there's plenty of people to eat. I think we just need to keep eating food from America say Jordan George Jordan. Let's keep eating food from America. Aj Aj. I know you've been eating food from other places. Let's keep our food domestic Powell. You hear me yeah. He was too he was speaking to me. That's what he was doing. He's taking shot at me. Yeah get that. Kobe beef from from over age. Who makes your merchandise is that made. America yes sir the TAG AJ. Check the text. We also to be on price printed printed in America. Where's that Shirt Mate Soda Yorker but the problem is? We're having a bit of a delay Oklahoma on Oklahoma Oklahoma but the issue that we're actually haven't went to store is because we are in American operation in quarantine came out all the job so we have a little bit of a delay in the delivery and the creation so we might have to push our Memorial Day sale back. You're not happy about because we're such an American made operations all right. Well I yeah I should stop eating international right just all domestic now I have a question daughter Taco bell cow or Taco Bell. Jordi is at is that okay or I don't think I've had TACO bell once in my life. She we like superhero album. That's why you're the fast food around. 'cause you eat super healthy you do the whole nutrition. Things are accurate. No Real I mean. I don't I don't need bad but I don't like necessarily have a certain diet that I follow. I think just grown up. We always ate steak and potatoes on the farm hall protein and CARBS. Let's go let's get a potato. Kinda guy was steak and potatoes guy. Hey Star Guy Rain exactly the squad loved the nearest Taco bells. Probably what like eight states away probably at least over to oh? I don't. I'm not familiar with. I know there's some Beka I guess it'd be Manhattan. It'd be twenty minutes all your twenty minutes from Manhattan Kansas. Yes left up right. We are slightly northwest. Pretty much straight north of Manhattan upper left right George Age as a guy that's given us a lot of motivational speeches on this show. Just the greatest team of all time or what especially in the locker room is that his thing was he. The Guy spoke to the team before the Games and stuff yes. Aj would ask us McCarthy to speak before majority of the game in the locker room. Everyone Pro Pretty much. Just flip everyone off and say. Let's go out there. Did you chopper? You're very quiet very quiet. Very quiet. Actions speak louder than words. All getting corners chirpy a little bit areas. You're back up and you didn't corner ever tried to like what corner was the most. I wouldn't say chirpy but was there any corners that we're trying to get a little bit no not really I never had one corner that really tried to talk trash or getting. My head are mess with me at all. don't know why but I always assumed it was because it wasn't very enjoyable to have one way conversation. 'cause I wouldn't say anything back so they talking to themselves so I assume it's more enjoyable with someone reacts and talks back a little bit. What was the What was the corner that you were surprised that gave you problems? A lot of the ones that gave me problems the longer ones taller and longer arms Like Richard Sherman or Jimmy Smith I played for the Ravens a little bit. So those guys We're a little bit more of an issue than obviously the small shorter quicker ones weren't a big deal but the taller longer song once gave me a little problem. Was that when you and Aaron created that back shoulder that back shoulder throw which everybody does now. I feel like you is in created but I think you guys took advantage of the most area. It really started rolling out. Whenever they're hitting. I mean it was awesome. It changed the game completely. Was that something that you guys knew you were going to do. We're doing it in practice. What was the concept the idea there? That's probably the biggest misunderstanding is that people can actually play. I two hundred jet back shoulder. No such thing It kinda just evolved so when we after we won the Super Bowl we had a good run to the playoffs and then the following year we went fifteen one where extremely explosive on offense. We're hitting the budget deep balls winning over top winning on the go ball so then the adjustment for the DB's to play on the top shoulder like they'll give us. They would give everything underneath but they wouldn't be deep so then. The adjustment was to still run to win. Try to win over top and then Aaron would just read. It was on top. He throw at his helmet and then by the time the ball out there it'd be to are back shoulder so for us. It was just timing wise knowing if it was a three step or a five Steph or seven step of when we need to have our head around to see where the ball was coming from. But every time you'd go you'd run to win and then just react to the ball that changed the game. They're those things are beautiful to not quarterback can do it no. It's it's a lot of thanking within it because like I said it's as he's doing his job he's got to read the DB and where he's at and then be able to put the ball and a spot in know with good enough touch that you can still have time to react to 'cause it can be thrown too fast. Where by the time you turn around the balls behind your head and everyone obviously blames the receiver for that but So there's there's definitely timing worth it like. I said both on the quarterback and receiver to know like the play clock in your head and everything of win the balls enemy out. Favorite routes go. I think my favorite route that we ran in connected on was our Corner posts that we ran with big boot full protection not to the corner. And then hit the post and We connected probably five to ten times for touchdowns on those. How many against the lions you think probably a handful biggest lines van on earth is in his room right here. Nobody understands what he's doing. Your Nightmare Jordi Pat. I got one question before Jordan has to man the seven to twelve kids out there to show a follow up. We didn't get to get to. I always wanted. I've asked you this I think on the show Geordie. Why do people what is I guess? Mainstream media tried to say that dare car is not a Gruden guy like they don't have a good match. What do you think that is? I don't know my guess is for his animated and I mean you see grew on the sideline where I assume if it was miked up there. Be a of beeping going on and didn't really understand what he's saying. Derek's more of a calmer obvious Christian dude. That is not gonNA cuss anyone out or do anything like that. So I think they're to demeanor and personalities might clash but the honestly get along great. I mean it's a good balance There's a couple of times when I was there. They got a little fiery at each other. But you know it happens with everyone Especially when you're coming right off the field after you know if he made a check or did something and it didn't work or didn't make a check or whatever you know. Everyone overreacted. In the first two seconds of the play and you know by the time they watched film on Monday everyone was back to square one. But the one thing I think that works great with those two like I said earlier. Derek is extremely smart and pleasant so much time and work that he can handle everything gruden's thrown at them so that's one thing. I think coach Bruneta just to like if he would see something on film he tell Derek as like if we get this. Look let's go to this well. Derek would remember that. Come game time you'd get that look. He'd go to it. What are you doing if if it worked? It was great. And if it didn't work. Gruner would flip out and be like what did you do that for. It's like well. You told me on Wednesday that if they look good this we did it. That's beautiful aid Jordi. I hope to be on your farm someday. You guys are welcome to come out to Kansas whenever well. We're GONNA wait. Your House is finished. We Wanna see the mansion okay. That'll work well. It's a great place for quarantine out here in the middle of nowhere. We're not very many people around so I was about to ask you got twelve kids out. There probably isn't a coronavirus victim. Where within seven thousand miles of where you're at right now. I'd assume there's some in Manhattan but we've had. I think they said the other day. There were sixty cases in our county and they're pretty much and so there hasn't been any out where we live. Stay safe because you know week. Eight week nine. You know the packers weapon playoff push playoff. Push the form boys out there tackling cavs and racing horses still. Let's get back into green and yellow. Sounds like a plan. The favorite musician Garth Brooks okay. What about Chris Chris Gain Chris. Gaines you ever heard Chris Gaines. No we just ruined. Garth Brooks released Jordy Nelson Allen. Look up Chris Gaines. Aj Gaines immediately after exiting that closet. Rare to find a way out here. It's frozen sand throughout Jordy. He's a good dude he's GonNa he's going to Google Chris Gaines right now. It's GonNa be tough for him if can't break art it really is. I feel bad that we did that because we had such good conversation with him. On the way out would just ruined Santa Claus door down coming back in and then you see him a pet. When you mentioned. Chris Gaines geordies that he dropped. Michael Bay kind of looked at me like really worried like like. He wasn't really sure and I'm like well you're going to be even more upset. And he's a good guy. He didn't tell me glasses but he's a really. I liked him a lot. Oh yeah he's he's awesome and of course Tony last night. It was an eye opener to see them reopen the just a different world man. I have so much respect for horses and animals and all that and I just. I don't know how they do it. I really don't amazing. I have a friend. One of my roommates in college is currently on a farm in West. Virginia he's got our how many cattle had a cat. Oh he does the corn. He's got chicken houses. I mean the whole thing I watch is instagram stories. I'm like so much tougher than I am. Just so much tougher six. Am those cows needs some water? Something he's out there. I mean it's just the farm. Life is not one that I think I can keep up with and that makes sense by the way that Jordan is a farmer. I mean that just that makes one hundred. I did not know that and I feel dumb for not but what a football player. That dude was. Yeah he's study. I got a picture somewhere. I'll send you when I find it when I came here like five years ago. I was on a Horse in. Jordy was leading me around because I wasn't even good enough to lead the Horse Myself Jordan ahead on a little rope in front of me and he was leaving me around the house the House outside the House. Oh I'm not saying what type of farm we got here GONNA coupling. I thought fed a little little cow last night. That has been bottle fed because against his mother disowned it. Or whatever however the our Jack sometimes reject it you get outside the you know you get outside to hurt. You can't always get back. That's this we're worried about the baby raccoon. Getting back in with bandit Calif Jordi join. You saw him with horses last night. George supply if you had to he definitely still yeah but that lifestyle the NFL. Lifestyle is one. That's where it's one that I think about like do I want to go back and kick balls in. It's not just can I kick balls. Well it's like okay. Do I WANNA get in the lifestyle of seventeen weeks being groundhog's day just everyday being groundhog's Day and You know just your happiness depends on whether or not everybody else does their job right so like. I don't know I want to do that. I don't know if that's what I want to get into in. Georgie is one of the few professional athletes to wear like his whole identity was never wrapped up in football. Like it twenty did. It wasn't who he was like. He always loved it. He's GonNa work harder than anybody and do everything right but like he wasn't you could tell it was never like all men like or need the attention. I need people to look at me. I need to be scorned Tesche. Now he's fine doing whatever he's secured himself so it's cool to see actually guy that good that doesn't like have to have that attention Somebody sent me a tweet of Jordy Nelson just hitting a softball. Maybe seven miles. So is he just. He's I bet. Betcha he's GonNa everything up basketball. I'd assume he's really good at basketball. I assume he's just an incredible athlete. All around he's a left. He told me before we came on. Unfortunately enough room here. He's like if pat needs me to show him how to really swing left-handed. Open that closet door. Get his ass back in here. I will be watching Jordan. Joy Joy joy joy A. I don't know oh you really a closet. That House has to be so big by twelve kids in there that that's a farmhouse Kansas. Everything has to be nor this isn't this isn't a new house. We went and walked through new house. That's being built. It won't be ready for. I don't know three or four months five months. So what were your wife do? Now she'll get the and then she'll do what chip and Joanna Gaines kind of map it out. Get a three D. layout and do the whole thing. No there should. He did all that. I mean there. There's stone up on the outside even put the drive off yet. She's already done that from before they broke ground she worked with the tax and all that now show they're picking out rooms and walls and there's a million things that do for a house. I have no idea how to check the walls for raccoons. I mean I. He where his new house is on a ton of hundreds of acres. And it's really cool sitting up. You can look over like man. It'd be nice like do you ever just sit up here. Shoot Creditors Lake upon you got fucking lake out apart. Oh he must have had to go outside to find the neighbors trampoline. Hundreds of acres. Oh Oh here is thank you Jordi. Oh Look Joy. My chairs messed up. Though we'd sit George. Hey back to high. My goal is to high you. Can you see him? How Great Stance. I saw video of you. Taking a softball. Maybe a quarter mile. Yeah I love playing soccer softball. That's what we do in the summertime. You just played on one thousand acres. You have out there in Kansas that in different tournaments around in small town Kansas. He took over the charity softball. Game in Green Bay and Appleton Wisconsin that Brett Farve had donald driver Georgia was the host. Oh so you're like a beer league softball got like we we get into softball real competitive via now. There's guys that can throw like knuckles and stuff there that we had a beer league softball team those at the local bar that we would always running dogs big dogs house and big dogs and they had this one city and the bar by what send him drinks. Because you so at the softball he said he can make it like NOCCO and move and stuff like that. Is that accurate? Yeah there's pictures that can throw knuckle balls. I mean so pitched style are you? Are you trip. We usually played you trip. Oh Wow this is deep position in the field are you. Are You pitcher? What do you do field or center? Bigger pump fake yes. That's very very insane. So is there a height? You can't go to the spor in you trip so it's coming in like super fast like so there's new BP with a big fat ball in there yeah. There's like a minimum height than maximum height. That the the ball has argument pitches in competitive competitive softball. Yeah Yeah Aj semi Championship t shirt on the t shirt when our next game I might be put on Manhattan celebrity one here Lou. Would your favorite gap to hit it into drager. No Paul Right Centerfield yet. Dad read sitting dead read. Or what Yeah it didn't run. Is there a limit on? How many home runs? You're allowed to hit. It varies on where you play some of them liking some leagues that there's no home runs Some will be like five home runs and then they become doubles. Some are five home runs in the become outs is a metal or a wooden bet. Metal Ali's wooden bat. Sorry Hey I do WanNa put on Wood Bat softball tournament though. I think that'd be fun. Hurts much much worse. Make it harder. You'd actually be hard to know how to play softball now. The bats and balls are so juiced up that anyone can hit them out struck out once Larry Softball game. No big deal is my last Batman Softball Game Woohoo. That's rough it was. I'd walk it off in the Dugout and then I got kicked out of the game. The next inning by trump could celebrity. It was a charity game. I got kicked out. There was headline. It was the front page of the newspaper. The next day was me in the face of the empire and I got kicked out in the middle of the charity game. It was actually smart move. I would recommend it to everybody. That's forced to play charity. Celebrity game you get out there before they autographs allegedly right. Sorry I didn't do it on purpose. I didn't do it on purpose. Thank you Jordi. Thank you man. I think I think I'm a lefty. Think it look natural. You got your hands up but not yet so high you come down. I'll I'm I'm teaching. My Boys Know Baseball. And T ball is something. This is not straight legged. Go Watch Ken Griffey Junior. That's the next one. My swing is story. No that's Griffey take a cut. We need to see it. Don't matter you tons of money just do. It may find an animal. It was that bad. Oh out joining if you WANNA swing griffey though it's about the follow coming in. Oh gone gone walk up. You GotTa backflip though. Yeah Yeah you're right. Can't wait to beat your game Jordan appreciates buddy bigger. We have a homerun ruler. Why be able to say ten of them? Know they're in cyber dancers homeowner just hit ten home runs if I need to come to watch home runs okay. I mean that's what I'm there are we doing when Derby beforehand. Maybe possibly okay all right. I'm GonNa take all the steroids before this thing to chester. No no it's the same stuff. Some of your horses run from what I've heard get going out there. Start Thinking Oh this might be the dumbest show. I texted you at one point. I was like where are you? And you're like an hour and a half away from when I was like damn you really did just power straight through from Kansas all the way back to Columbus and we're thankful for that obviously for this Memorial Day edition but I'm thankful you out to Kansas and stated Jordy Nelson sister's house because we're getting asked all over the place now if they can use the interview on Colin Coward ass to use the Jordy Nelson clips other people been asking. There's been blogs written. There's been a lot of talk about his Jordy Nelson coming back into the NFL for the Green Bay packers. He said no to US right. I mean he gave us a yes as a joke after the conversation did you press them at all at his house. Did you tell me? Hey before the kids get back in here and before your wife hears about this maybe get back in there. And did you do any of that did you? Do any broaden of Jordy Nelson. Hey Pal give me a fucking answer. I did not see George. He's the guy that I think it's a guarantee like how he is. How his mindset is George doesn't need football he doesn't care like even I saw my parents yesterday and they know they know decently well. I mean they've been around him. It spent some time with so. Is He like Mike Now? He's like a farm so he does. His brother was farmer. Runs a thousand head of cattle like Jodi will be over there pretty much every day? Most likely is going to do that. As kids are involved. And she's like Oh what what is he going to get into like broadcasting or coaching. I was like no. It's what he does that's his life like that's where he's from so. I don't think there's a Geordie if you wanted to. He could strap the pads on right now. Still Score. Twelve touchdown quarterback is throwing them. I just don't see it hat. Twelve daughters that's how good he looked person because I see him on the form running down a loose calf or whatever because he didn't have time to hop on scores and do the whole thing. He's just running down. He's skipping cow patties to and he stacks cow right. He gets in front of the Cao Cao down. He's like you know what made we give one more over in Green Bay. Maybe I go suited up one more time with old Aaron Rodgers. Maybe we get back into the game because they're looking for a weapon that'd be awesome but it's a shame you said you saw nothing that would lead you to think that no but the thing that maybe maybe we could plant that you guys planted the seed Giorgis head. He said well you never know man week eight week. Nine Green Bay wants to make a run like so I guess all Jordan needs to do. Just let's just keep that alive. Let's just keep that rumor out there that Jodi is going to be ready to make the final push if the packers back in old Jordan guests needs to do is not active really on social media. It just say every ten days just post a video of him doing some box jumps or some bicep curls or something there was it goes still in shape. It looks good to get ready if you stay ready. And that's where farmer Jordy Nelson. Does he stay in ready. We never know what could happen. Appoint I would love for that. That'd be great for this show. That'd be great. That'd be great for us. If that happens you thank all especially when I would have been after like jury comes back week nine. They make a run. They win the Super Bowl juries on the field after the game. We're probably down there with press passes because you know we're going to have our our yacht party going on. Yeah we're asking home on a yacht say anyway. I don't know we were talking about Aaron run Super Bowl and we walked off our off for a few minutes ago. See them before the game on the side of the field because we press passes because it comes with the yacht. That's where you hey is there. I know Mitt does the minutes. Is there anybody that transcribes this show word for word? Because I think that'd be a fun. Read to see you into the interludes when you just break out into song or some kind of chance. I've told you I told you this. Plan India's getting in the podcast the country of India and Rather large population. Yeah Rather Lurch and I don't know how many of them love the NFL or anything like that. But let's hope we can catch him. I wanted to hire an Indian guy or somebody that spoke. Whatever they speak over there. What is that I will never wanted? Wanted to throw it out there but punjabis he follow me around for like a week or two so they could pick up my mannerisms and my inflection and such and then every podcast transcription for them and they would just read it in the native tongue all as if it was me and then all of a sudden we got a podcast in India the not Hindi Hindi a person that speaks Hindi rather well follow me around. Pick up the you know the potential inflection and drop all of a sudden we have a podcast in India. And that's where I mean. We want to be international with this good news there other official language besides Hindi English okay. Why are we not release? These podcasts India? I think I think they're available. Yeah Apple Itunes. It's available well. This is an announcement to India and we would mind being your sports box. We don't talk about cricket all listen each probably talk. Somebody knows about the sports over there but if you want something for America we'd love to do that for India come on home India. Anybody choose India so huge. Two billion about China. Let's go China. There's a lot of people there. Sounds Harps sure eulogies drop audio files for people? Listen to China though. I think they have a little bit more of a tighter grip on the things that are allowed to hurt over there. Well aren't you? Don't I thought you were starting in North Korea and kind of working your way over now actually not liked to North Korea? I know that that's a place we will never have. A podcast is North Korea. Not by the way proud of it. We don't want it. We don't want to North Korea. Do how put your foot down my foot down and I said I don't like you Jim cone like you like the way you operate. But if he was to offer now if he was. Invite me over our robin disappointed. Strictly be for me to eat a aircraft carrier missile because of my rap song about him. So you would you. Would you would turn it down what he made. It sound okay. Don't worry pat you're safe. I promise I won't kill you. Know I know I know. I'm not because that song. I Know Gazette Song that I made about. It wasn't me though it was the raptors rap Davis which was a group that I was. I made the beats and things like that but guilty by association nonetheless whenever we're on the sidelines super bowl coming off our yacht and we are on the sideline talking to Erin and Jordi. Do you think leflore to come in. Thank us for making this happen. And is that something you would begin to? Clint's potentially doing I mean yeah. He's a he's a good guy so I think it would. It would be tough though. Because he's got to get over ties. Schmidt Angry Mel Kiper and some of the disparaging comments that have been made towards. Who did that? I don't know have you said something about to not really. I heard started Chirpin when I called. Guti coots a good guy. Yeah I mean you can't just flip flop now is a piece of shit. We need him out of town jousted out of town before the end of the season. That's great camera shot there. Where's that coming from zoomed in? Okay all right get a shot their foxy with the on the go. Your guys never gonNA come around for US. Probably the floor as well but hey we were looking out for the betterment of the team as we're they will see who was right. We'll just see who was right them or us. Did you get a chance to watch the match to yesterday? It was fantastic. Yes I did. I was curious. your thoughts. I'm glad Charles Barkley was involved. I think Justin Thomas did a very good job to current professional golfers. Like what twenty four years old twenty super young dude? That's not an easy gig. Thought I did pretty well. All of our people that are in their early twenties. Were blacked out all weekend. So the fact that just Thomas. Looking to you Mitt. Twenty seven twenty seven. Oh so he's not in his early twenties damn near thirty at this point but neither here nor there justin. Thomas had an incredible performed. Tim Collin Charles Barkley of fat ass. I think there was a couple of times. Didn't love the teed up in the BE K. and the beginnings. Bk by the way. He's you kind of have coops. Got Every coops but brooks kept Beka Golf in the clubhouse. I guess it's a lot of first letter of your first name. First Letter of your last name. Put them together. These are nicknames. Now this is how you go by Phil Mickelson Peyton Manning. Who's he talking to? We don't know what if I was there. Nobody knows but I think peyton manning is PFM. But I think Justin Thomas was maybe the guy who rose up the ranks of likeliness the fastest yesterday. Because if you recall. Justin Thomas once had a spectator kicked out of a golf tournament for heckling him. Which at this particular show was not received? Well we buried him. We told him that it was your professional athlete Powell. That person's paid to be there. Just handle your business and keeping moving. Can't take the heat get out of the kitchen. You soft s but now that I know Thomas a little bit better. I hope that that person was kicked out his banned for life from PGA events obviously then deserve to be there. I like Justin Thomas a lot. I like Peyton obviously a lot. I like Tom Brady more so than I could ever fathom because he looked like a human out there then he obviously hose one out from one. Fifty Tiger was great Charles. Great Ernie Johnson's kickoff thing was. It was beautifully excecuted from beginning to end. And I was there for the whole time. Is this going to set up other matches another talking about other like football players? Baseball players want to team up with other golfers and take two on two matches. You think this is something that can continue steph curry. Said he wants in Adam. Phelan was trying to get in with ricky. I'd assume Aaron Rodgers and Max Homa are going to get their names thrown out there but I think the people have spoken. They want me and John Daly to take on. The people have spoken agent. What your handicap. Don't have one I know. Everybody's lying about their handicaps and after fucking watching Tom yesterday. Why why? Why would you lie that way? I know Tom said he's an eight. Maybe he is. I mean this could be the second round of the year. You Catch Me Mike. First month playing verse the last month playing. It's a completely different Gulf if you don't go all year round what. You are at the beginning of the Gulf season at the end of the Gulf season. Two very different golfers. And if you don't Golf Lot Thomson he's just trying to win a suit. I'm struggling super bowl. Then he holds it out from one hundred and fifty. I mean I think Tom Probably is an eight or even lower than that if he was to focus on it but Payton's been dolphin probably three or four times a week. This is always had to focus on for the last month and a half. He looked like a very good golfer. Peyton look like a very good Golfer Tigers hot. He's going to win. Every major this year and Phil Mickelson was calling out of shots. It was some of the most impressive shit have ever seen in my life. Correct me if you're wrong. If you're at eight handicap. It means you average eight over par so you shoot around eighty s around. I mean people who shoots eighties. Enough shots do top the plenty yeah Arab. It's very well that he is they. They gave a list. I forget what website it was. Somebody gave a list of all. The professional athletes. Handicaps are Guyq ship. Lose on air with a seven point. Two seven point two handicapped. I knows Leeza. It's pretty good. Obviously they had to be all of them. Had to be nervous. It didn't really look like it may be I think Peyton. We talked about it before before the thing happened. Like Payton's going to carry this thing and I think he did. Like Peyton was so calm so relaxed. Like his his swing. Nice and smooth like. He looked like he played solid pretty consistent golf throughout the majority of the day. I think that's what made I like Patriots'll jabs like when he was going back and forth with European about not wearing red and black for Jordan. WanNa picture Georgia to get a picture of him in that. I got thinking he's good. I thought paid great a great personality for this kind of thing. Peyton obviously hits a duck off of the opening. Tee box gets a little quiet but then once he started showcasing the incredible swing that he's been working on. I'd assume here in retirement then. He started getting relaxed getting loose. Which by the way Peyton then loosens up tiger woods already playing well Phil Mickelson's Phil Mickelson. I think there was a couple of moments where Phil got upset. I think he was a little bit upset a couple of different times but listen to them. Talk and Tom for how bad he was playing. He was nothing compared to what I think. A lot of people would have acted. I mean there would have been a couple of clubs into the fairway out assume. Jj Watt was honored percent. Right with a K. The club throws going to become an any second now. I would assume that what happened with a lot of people. It is bounceback said. Hey this probably my second round of golf. I played all year. I loved it man. I in electric stories throughout the entire thing. He carried it filled. I mean it was just awesome. I didn't did you like tigers shorts. Those calves are tiny bro. Hey tight like there's a tweet right. There Tiger tiny little calves. There first time you've seen his cats first time I've ever seen tiger woods cavs by the way. Those calves have done a lot of great things athletically so I guess I guess I am not knocking the tiny little calves but I did not expect them to have those tiny little calves. It may me think about whenever you look at Foxy for the first time whenever you look at Fox. And he's got this tiny little calves. It's like have you ever walked anywhere like have you ever Seen Hill? Have you ever done anything like that? And here's foxy Dunkin basketballs and Tiger Woods being the greatest basketball player of all time with no cats. No chance I ever do like day again. After seeing tigers I mean pat captured highly genetic like ninety eight point five percent genetics. Like it's tough to make your calves grow. I did not know that. That's the theory that I have. Obviously that's not science a theory that I have like the cavs. There's such a genetic thing that you can't really craft them and change them like you can't other body the boys you're saying the Fox's dead such a fall down past so big from trying to steady himself. Yeah that's right I mean does Ron. Unwarranted shot the boys. That was very rude. That's knicks theory. By the way that right there is nixed there. I will tell you if you want. Good CAV's for a whole year. Walk on your toes. That's Zito did Z. Those calves are incredible. It zito hundred eighty pounds this memorial day shoes shoes that they said we're make you dunker strength shoes. I had them basically. What did you real coal strengths us. Yeah I'm waiting to tear my killers every day because of those things. Those things were hot and streets there for a while. I never ever tried a mom because my legs were obviously gigantic from jump. Zito did that literally for an entire year without the shoe itself though just walked on his tippy toes. Paid grumpy will naturally just walk super tall and their tippy toes at all time to take those people serious right very difficult. If you're right man do it. You gotTA show us. These people were always tough bounce in their stuff. They're wasting energy I. It's it's a massive cavs on it. Maybe I don't know you have something to show if you walk around everyday like that. Yeah because it's not a good life. You like no offense anybody that does it. It's not your fault. Obviously to take them serious. Yes soon as I see somebody walking towards me. I'm like well almost somebody else. Handed the fucking talking here. I should not start speaking because I'm sure what this person has as very important and all that stuff but I am not going to talk about that. I got questions. When did we start with the CAVS? Saw probably from birth no birth probably from maybe eleven twelve months when they start walking cams are always like it feels like maybe three seconds away from cramping up completely. They're always just rock. My cats always rock-solid you're dead. Thank thank you dad for that. It is Tim. Tim Has the same thing. And Jason has the same thing too so your theory does seem to be accurate but I get on. I put on like Let's say I put on rollerblades. 'cause I'm hanging out with the digs family. My calf was that a lot I sent me. It's a normal activity that most thirty-three-year-old naturally do daily. I haven't done it. Let me tell you why today's Jack Up. I can't hockey on a tennis court or are you just going around the neighborhood. I haven't been able to do it for like ten years because my calves just walk up as soon as that thing and then the muscle on the front outside part of my shoebox up to. It's like mind tire. Area feels like is getting rear naked. Choke so I don't get to enjoy those types of things so but little baby calved foxy and tiger woods and amid they get to rollerblade all they want. I bet you I bet you could overcome this you. You absolutely could. I don't think I can't. I've tried plenty of cage. What's what's worse the calf cramp foot Graham or the cramp onto your Chin Hamstring cramp the worst cramp? I mean what is under what happens under your kids. That might be the fat. But I don't know like your like your Safa Crabs Charlie horse under your jaw to your food. I know you're choking walked off his jaw here. I think what you're fern journey gone too much and when you're gone we talked about your hydration hearing from yawns. Good I'm getting cramps yawning. I haven't really heard of the under net grant underpin jugular The hamstring cramps the worst though middle of the night string. Hey how about? You're on an airplane and not a nice private flight like you get a commercial flight stuck in the window and your one of your Hammas cramps and you've got to find a way to straighten that out your rib. Crib ripped get you to thoughts. Well this chair gives me a lot of back cramps. This he'll start strands wife and sitting sideways on his thing. Because it can give me a little bit of a stretch. This chair is not good for me to be sitting for four hours cramps. Guess oral hydration and I drink a lot of water and I still cramps. I think that's a bunch of bullshit you remember whenever they told us the AMAS kids. That'll go that's a bunch of bullshit to everything we've ever been told is a lion. I don't like if you sit for eight hours days. Smoking come on see. That sounds like bullshit to me. I don't know how inhaling cancer wouldn't be worse than just sit down for it depends what scientists are doing. The study posted. China is trying to say if you sit down eight hours a day and you don't do anything else that you're obesity will eventually get you. I'll come on fat nick. It's bad for circuits posters. All over Cuba offices all over the world. Yeah but then you have to ask for permission to go to the bathroom. Don't you know some places little places that's eight you or elementary school was pooped my pants at school? Why wouldn't you go to use my? I was pretty Ansi in school. Obviously I'd like to get up and go around and see things with this high school funny. Elementary School. Aj Jesus but I suppose antsy as well while the teacher's hated me who donate legitim- to that high school shouldn't have done it. Never got just throw money at everything that you've messed up. It's not going to fix everything. Didn't update fucking did. Would they mess up everything everything everything you name it? I'm joking schools good. There's just a couple of teachers that are having sex with students. Were You mad? You weren't on the list now but we knew what was happening to us while we felt the beef from said teachers. I mean it was is male male teachers with high school students. Yeah Eilly illegal isn't it? Yeah they went to her in jail. Currently oh okay. All these teachers like always had a beef with me. You know like noted beef. I made no sense. It honestly made no sense. Turns out there probably all trying to have sex with same women. There was a Cockatoo. Had No idea it made no say it made so much sense years later? Here has a role L. Like and another one. That makes a lot more sense now. That's why wasn't a male athlete of the year. That's not on by students though now teachers at our school because the teachers weren't all the control a fucking teacher for himself if he could have wait was their male teachers getting with students as well as female teachers getting students just move. The female. Teachers have not been caught yet. Do you want to put names out there now? I don't know if that's true. Because I would not have been the one that they have tried to fornication so you really do have. There's at least one teacher from your high school at serve jail time for that to thirty three serving a lot. Did he's a real thing. We're not joking about. This is a very real thing in the teachers that did get caught up in. This hated me which feels makes you feel good by this on my tombstone falls. Hate Me Jared. From subway in his. Vip hated hated me immediately upon so clean now is going to be your biggest fans when he gets out of prison too late punch him writing them off. Ruined subway for me. I can't even eat subway. Used to enjoy the hell. Yeah thanks just guy like that do once he does get out of prison probably just berries themselves. What did he say course still open? There's a couple of those open got guys switched from what sprinter? He's a piece of shit trader. What why are you hating on a guy picking up another deal? Whenever another company dropped him lawyers say hey endemic loyalty did well before these times. Look at them now. Safest families taking care of you. How are you not loyal to a carrier network for cellphones? And what's up with this by g stuff? Their marketing five G. Right now. Isn't that just killing things up in killing people or killing animals? It's very faceted though. Bro. It's GonNa be so fast though that four G. doesn't kill things but five G. death there's a line. What are we habitual line. Crossers just can't help it. They set a standard. We set screws. Me GonNa Sneak in. Lt here right after the four G. and somebody was that baseball bat gave. Oh Four G. no no. I think that's what's going on. I mean I don't know the science behind him but I think there's some real shit pop off the sky. It's all the nodes they put out. Because like Lt is a big tower lifts but then the notes are like the ones that put on a light fixtures and there's like a hundred a block radius. You'll see outbuildings buildings. They'll put notes on it and that's why it's like a lot more concentration of the data stuff. You guys have five G. yet like does it show up on your phone. I can't even upload a photo on twitter at my house. I have no idea. This was one of the test cities but what? You can't find it anywhere. I got Zito's go currently turned off just for all of us a Wi Fi. I'll get off. What what what do you want to do? He's sneaking into G I love him. He's CEDO. Aj did you watch Lance Armstrong. Yes I did see a good chunk of that. I really enjoy. I'm looking. How many are there? There's only two one more next week. Four total hours he was. I think he's a guy who's just got to the point where he does not care if you absolutely hate him because it feels as if that is the way this is all being portrayed as like hey this is a guy who was set in his ways was obviously a savage came athletically but he had a lot of things about that. Make you go. Oh I hate that guy and I think that's been his entire life basically and I think they've done. They dug into that a little bit. Obviously about his What's that called the your actual dad the the Biological Dad Guenter Center whatever? His name was his stepfather. The Armstrong guy he even in there was like maybe I pushed them too hard to win at all costs. It just feels like Lance Armstrong. Was this human. That was created just to be a savage competitor and he did not give a single damn about anybody else or anything stopping him. Got A lot accomplished. Obviously those E. P. O.'s. Which I did not know exactly what Lance Armstrong did wrong back in the day. I just knew that he did wrong. It sounds like the were something he was definitely going to do. And then whatever else shot into as well whatever. We'll put them up on top in. Felt like there was a lot a lot of bodies kind of all around people that got left Indus- because of his ability to say I'll do absolutely anything to be great. I thought it was interesting to when they go back. And they played clips of interviews. He did when he was like twenty one. Twenty three years old like the same do now than he was when he was like twenty three show. He seems Kinda like a young arrogant cocky. Dude will that. What does he fifty two fifty three? I don't know what he seems very very similar to what he was like. He doesn't make any apologies like he basically feels justified in what he did. And the whole doping situation. I understand cycling. Seemed like everybody's doing it so you're just doing to try to try to stay even with the Field Land. Just such a monster. He's able to win so much but the thing that I think people hate him for his he he tore a lot of people down. He got a lot of people. A lot of families husband wives teammates. He really threw him under the bus and and lied till he possibly couldn't lie anymore. I guess he eventually admitted it to Oprah didn't he when he said he finally Dope Oprah got him. I think you're one hundred percent right though about him. Being the same exact person at fifteen. They're lying about his age so he could go compete in triathlons and he was just beating the shit out of everybody and then he's trip to the United States Olympic team or whatever they were training and the people that are already on Olympic team that are like we had heard of this legend of Lance. This guy from Texas. Those a complete different ballgame and they talk about those five minutes sprints where you go five minutes with the winning any turn and go five minutes against the wind and the guy was like. Yeah we're doing. This sprints like with the wind whatever else was like what is this and then we turned around. We're going against the win. And he was just a machine then when that when five minutes was up he called the guy a fucking pussy for not going harder with him. It's just like damn I don't know how be but it was mentioned in the thing whenever you become cycler right like natural instinct is to do a team sport. Maybe another sport to do something cross country. People have do this cycling. Does you have to be a mental warrior. Where you're a loner by nature. You're all by yourself. It's you and your thoughts. It was interesting to hear him talk about what he would think about during his races. Planning plans and things of that nature it was. Just I don't know the Lance Armstrong. Saga is an interesting one because he was so good in because he was so good so much. Good come from it right with the live. Strong thing in then. His stubbornness to admit guilt on anything. Burn it all down and I think without that stubbornness by the way. He never becomes the guy that he was to begin with. So it's like a live by the sword. Die By the sword type thing. Lance Armstrong story is like a stubborn savage guy who just went down fighting all the way to the end and could not be like. Yeah I fucked up and ruined everything. Yeah and he's not gonNA stop fighting anytime soon. I don't think you'll ever stop fighting against people saying the the start of the Docu series documentary. Whatever explain the story in a restaurant where guys group of five or six dues or flicking them off yawn and you want to build me with a punch that guy in the face but I bought their meal and I said make sure you tell them that they have since his love. G Go leads where to go. They talked about the how brutal was to be around him when he was younger too because he was so damn competitive every single thing they did he would make it a competition. What are we learning here? Lance Armstrong Michael Jordan Tiger Payton. Tom Certain extent the the most competitive humans seem to be the ones that go to the top but there seems to be a lot of things that have to fall by the wayside if your competitive juices continuing that now. Payton right has a family. Everything worked out so I don't think a lot of I don't know to me. It was great team. Make good friend. I don't think you what about Tom to. Tom Almost had a divorce right. And you talked about that on Howard Stern. He almost lost his family but he was able to change. So I guess maybe maybe maybe not Tom or Payton Michael Lance Tiger. It seems like those guys that are up in that by the way. Serena's another one aged as say Phelps Serena's one that's way up. Phelps another one's Serena though as build a family and so she's in there with Peyton and Tommy married the founder of read. It didn't she follows me on twitter. I have not sent my one. Dm that I could send yet. I haven't pulled the trigger yet. You say congratulations the marriage of you get one there are. There have been married for a long time to be a little bit late. Second second kid comes. I'll say anniversary. I already missed a couple. So don't want just show up at the third birthday but the I think Phelps falls in there it's like whenever you have that super competitive drive. There's some other things that obviously have to lack. I believe well. There's certain things that you people are some are willing to sacrifice and some some art. I guess in those alter like the best of the best. There's something in their brain that just make some different than everybody else like that. Dry when you watch the lance stuff right cheese from the jump from a young age. This dude was a brash confident guy. That was just willing to take anybody on it. He's not he's not scared to talk about it either. You know every time I start getting into fitness a little bit. I'm like I'm going to do a triathlon many marathon. I'm do something of that nature and then you watch that thing for the last night and you're like well. I'm nowhere near that. There's no way I could do that. There's a big difference between a triathlon and a mini marathon and there's many marathons half marathons while there's half triathlons do. I've looked the like sprint. Should do one my bet. Everybody knows that not everybody. I mean there's there's there could be somebody watching there and said wow. That was a lot. What loud noise someone on the roof again? Who is that by the way? There's nobody today either Memorial Day but also we'll move on on swing this weekend thing. I'm a fish again for pleasure for workout workout for work workout. I'm trying to she'll you did a little bit. Well obviously I did when I when I would shoot my basketball. And it would rebound into the deep end. I would have to swim down. Kayode swim head above water. Because I don't want to do the whole thing I want to do that. Head above water kick every once in a while. Okay let's do this then I'll get the ball in my head. I'm like okay lifeguard here now. I would swim sideways with the one. With the one rule. All base says a lot of that. That was. Your workout was retrieving the rebounds. Yeah because I have a my filter thing. The what's that called? The water shoots out of the jets. They all filtered down to towards deepened. I wish we could change that. So they'll come there so if you lose anything in the poet's up in deep and I'll tell you what when you get down there it's it's you and the water that's it pal. It's deep it's like twelve feet. I think twelve feet down her. Give a diving board. Oh Yeah Oh yeah. Did you do anything off the diving board now? Because I don't WanNa blow eardrum with the freshman water off Dunbar because I to go big or go home and I'm going to go big. Obviously don't eat hit my face off the water. All right I make sense. I hope you're not sort of thank you. That means a lot today. Dan Cloudy is going to the browns. Or the titans from what I've been told by Charles Robinson of y'all Hugh Charles Robinson of Yahoo Houston. Today cloudy works out in Houston. Charles Robinson seems to be in the cloudy camp at this point. He's saying he's going to go to the browns or the titans if he does that do the do. The browns automatically become contenders. Aaron the AFC north with him helmet. Swinger that entire defense with a loaded offense and a new coaching staff and how about if he goes down the titans. Which team do you think it immediately helps more after? David Klein is to go on. I think he would help the titans more right away. Okay I think the browns may may not need his services as much as the titans might not I mean but the browns first off. How does anyone have any kind of opinion on the browns? Like what are they going to be? What's Kevin Stefanski seems to be saying and doing all the right things? They have a ton of players that got talent. The roster looks great but who who knows what they're going to be this year. Somebody said are going super bowl okay. That happened a lot last year. Last off season roundabout to win the Super Bowl and I think before that there are no other offseason. Anybody say certain. They missed the playoffs. So so no. I guess maybe it'll be good for the browns. Maybe it's going to be really good for the browns to not have all this off season hype. Not all of this pressure placed on their team from everyone outside of the facility and now maybe defense gives the answer. I mean they're they're going through coaches so quickly maybe fancy is the guy. It's not an easy job. But you have a ton of talent. They definitely have a much more talented roster than plenty of other teams in the League. Is this fair for Baker Mayfield? What this is third head coach? Yeah well we ever get a fair assessment on Baker Mayfield. He's in his third head coach. Already third offensive system will Baker Mayfield. Ever get a chance to have a little contingency to make sure he can really reach the ceiling that he's been reaching for. Yeah Baker Mayfield might have been a little bit out of shape last year and made some bad decisions but the ever been really given a shot here. We got three new head coaches three new offense of systems. Will we ever know if Baker Mayfield is a good quarterback in the NFL? You ever get a fair shot at this entire thing. Well if Kevin Stefanski is able to stay around. So let's say four years now. Five years from now Stefanski still the head coach the browns. That obviously means Baker's playing well unless for some reason after year to trade them away or it gets hurt and someone ends up take coming in and taking his job but if hurry in keep Stefanski round which is something that is very difficult to do as head coach in Cleveland. Stay there for more than a couple of years. Then hey yeah then you then. It proves that Baker comp- Labor it is tough. It wouldn't be easy to have three different head coaches and your first three years now this off season too when you're learning a new scheme for all through soup. Please be easy for anybody. You'll hear Alex Smith cried about. He went through the same thing plus big. We don't we don't hear Baker crying about it either though bigger pat I'm trying about it for de handpicked free. Kitchens good back in hindsight. That was a bad decision. That was a bad decision. You GotTa fix the fancy will be good though like Think look how they did the playoffs against the niners and stuff like that. The packers here. How about the saints? How `Bout fucking saints in the playoffs to get going? Give the Harvard or Yale. What the Hell. He went to a little bit of a chance here. Jeeze we's digs. What's it what's your problem? Cleveland CLEVELAND. Big Robbery I know you're stay true to your robbery games. Who Do you have in Michigan? That team up North Mall Shiberghan. That team up North Michigan Ohio. State is a is a above average rivalry game. I'd say. Do you wear the dark blue ever. I have blue clothing. Yeah what Peyton one even wear red and black because he didn't want people to think it was potentially Georgia colors. Agassi have a lot of things. I guess that our full boil football like maize and blue. What Michigan is so so this is like in Ohio born and raised out the womb. There's a town that is state up north that we hate forever and ever Amen. That's kind of how it is people from Ohio. Obviously there's extremes. Some people take it to the far extreme on their hatred towards Michigan. They won't say the Word Michigan. They won't wear anything blue. I get it but I'm okay wearing blue and say in Michigan. I don't think I I think when I when you do that. You put them on a pedestal. And it's like wow man you're taking you're not saying their name if you're not wearing blue like miskin taken up a lot of space in your brain man for me it doesn't. I don't I don't like it that way. I think that show in too much respect all she. They don't deserve any respect Michigan. Oh maybe they deserve respect. They have great players and coaches. But I think if someone was doing that to me if I was at Michigan. Right now obviously they haven't fared well against Ohio state. They has of late but if I knew all the things that were happening during because of how their hatred towards our team is I'd be like man. Okay well good. At least they they really care about us. We really take up a lot of space in their life. So you think that the Ohio state hatred of Michigan is much stronger than the Michigan State of Ohio State. Yeah it's been Weirdo now. Because the last fifteen years Ohio state is just dominate. Talk Talk Talk. Okay got the Buckeye. Read on right now. Yeah ooh right. Would you like any of your kids going to Michigan? That's a good question if they got a scholarship evaders scholarship. My kids can go anywhere. They want the Michigan and Ohio State. The only two schools that offer scholarships in the kid chooses to go to Michigan. How fast are you denouncing? His relationship with you might show make him change. His last name lessons Quinnell Michigan. Notre Dame rivalry is pretty big to is it when they play those teams thought. Notre Dame was with Stanford with everybody because they're conference. Oh yeah WHO's trying to get that gig urban trying to get Notre Dame job right in that. Everybody says he's trying to get that job. I don't think so. I don't think he wants to live in South Bend. I think he wants to keep doing what. He's doing. Southbound Indiana we apologize for that shot. He was he spent time there before but I just if pixelated south. Hey here's a guy that lives in south bend. Anthony Gilead lives up in South Bend. What what's your problem. You here. A resident of that player is not. He's more known the Mayor Peter. It's not a lot to do there. Yeah what happened to mayor? I haven't heard from him lately. Well Bernie and Joe Cada started going off and then peak kind of fell by the wayside and then you heard a couple people say he's just knocking mayor would even think about that. And then he kind of fell off and then the quarantine head and it was like well. He had to take his town and move forward. But whenever I saw signs other construction sites like for a new house so maybe his sign game was bad too. That's why Bernie. I mean we're not a hundred percent. Sure what happened him? We're looking to get him on the show though whenever he's about to make that run. I'd some real questions for like what? What would you like to ask him? You're a mayor however the potholes in your city. That's question one off that answer. We go is a great icebreaker. Well he says where we have a bottle. Well how you'll be president. Came even take care of the damn cement in your town or if we've got great bottles. I'm like all right. This guy knows how to water his grass. This is a guy maybe deserves to be a president of the United States of America. But then he kinda disappeared quarantined. We haven't heard from him yet. Dick's goes up there literally every other day. Though do you see Mayor Pete Around Town Who Bear Pitas? Oh series yes he serious be digs lives in his own little digs world. He's got quite rivalry going with them for the love. The town's opposite doesn't WanNa give him the respect. Aj like just talked. Oh so you're not talking about because you don't want to be big politics guy so I definitely know who you're talking about. It's a mayor so that's politics right. And he wasn't for president there. He was a legitimate mayor from. Indiana was any real conversation for potential president. That was wild time to be alive right. That was a wild time to be alive with job. Your president that I want sleepy. Joe Joe Donnelly Joe. Donnelly Ruin Joe Donald. I'll tell you what India has been hot for politics so obviously vice president is currently from Indiana. Sleepy Joe Donnelly. They'll had no shot in the last election. He did not even know it. I don't think we were. We were trying to let his campaign know that he was getting heard in the campaigning. Absolutely the only messaging getting sent to us was how bad this guy was in his job. Like we're talking about twenty thirty commercials and night about him. Being bad so obviously losers. It's the big upset of election night. Like something we did not see coming incumbent incumbent coming tumbling Joe Donnelly loses to blow. It's like Joe. We tried to tell you. I run into Joe on a plane on a plane I run into and I sit I Joe. I try to get a message to your people. You had no shot fucking lecture rain into a seventy million dollar campaign PAT. That's what he said to me. Now he's He's a Notre Dame. He's a professor of Notre Dame and southbound. Oh Wow cozying up to all these politicians. Now's the first class. He was in coach. Because even if he. If you're a politician you gotTA Flying Coach. Just for the optics. You don't want the optics of fine I yeah. I'm probably not do that by the way if I ever get elected something I'll just I'll screen shot me paying for the ticket because there's no way I'm sitting back here with all the corona either. No especially now in this chance. My knees surgeries. I can't be sitting in nine e- If I need to be up front with the legs up on the wall preferably so I the first seat of First Class I'll be like a Walmart greeter onto the point. Hey Welcome to Orlando. The airport is a shit hole. Get ready for that on your flight. They'll get you water. It'll get you waters. Thanks for coming on you peanuts or she's Saudi. You are well. We don't do peanuts anymore. Because there's an allergy. We don't do anything they don't do anything on planes right now. I don't think there's any water any snacks. Nothing I forget who? Somebody had just flown like the other day. I talked to and they said Yeah. There's no they get water. You get a water when you walk in. Basically it's like you can snag one. Many sit down. Nobody talks to you and then you land in out. It's not too shabby they're not to share. They won't they won't wake me up to see if I'm thirsty. That's great I do them over that over little. You want anything to go back and sleep ever heard of it heard of it lady hard to get to sleep. Pat Do you. Do you like to chat up your the seat-mate next to you on the plane. If you don't know now well like do you like it. They try to talk with you. Yeah I don't want a good conversation. I don't WanNa go conversation but I'm not going interrupt. I I got to now. Granted is on fly so much now at this point. It's almost like it's I. Flying is just another thing so if a conversations to be had. I'll have one if I'm intrigued by what they're doing on the plane. I will certainly be curious about it. But if it's just a standard stooge sitting there we are not talking. Let's go you just happen to be next to each other. You know what I mean. Yeah I get it not picking his toenails. One of the last time I flew what had his feet up with his fingers getting his toenails. That guy was trying to get slapped trying his best. I didn't say anything headphones in Morocco. In and just kept going about my thing you did. Keep your constant. That's amazing. You even mentioned that really. Yeah do you know why Rakhine is awesome? Do you have any idea? Well I do know and I know which reason you want to hear. I I can tell you why I mean. Think about it. It was CO founded by Ray J. Everyone knows off hit it hit it. I hit it I. I just just like exactly. I thought it was listening to a good job. Soup Doll Cardi B. 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Because of a closest to the pinchot tiger woods was the only one who did not get another one hundred thousand from meals from Russell Wilson but also Russell Wilson stand out Yankee and Seahawks said that he wouldn't mind seeing Antonio brand become a Seattle Seahawk and from Jeremy Fowler of ESPN. There's an entire report coming out that nobody in the NFL has a clue. What suspension in Tonio Brown faces coming back? Nobody knows could he? Miss be suspended an entire season because there's a lot of allegations against him. Could he potentially only have to be suspended? A couple games nobody knows because the NFL hasn't even started looking into it yet because the NFL won't start looking into it. Actually until a team shows real desire to sign him he had a workout with the saints. He got sent home after that he made. Just got home banger after that trip but I'm not sure there was enough interest from the saints for the NFL. To do its investigation. How long pension is but Russell Wilson Lands Antonio Brown up there? In for some reason he can play this season. I mean that's immediately a massive benefactors to for the seahawks. He is such a good football player. Which is why it's so sad. All the shit that's happened off the field. He is immediately target number. One whatever field. He goes to not only in the receiving game but in the return game. And what defense is we'll have to do with him. Every every single person that's ever been around him says he works his ass off. Not a single person ever questioned his work ethic on whether or not he'd be ready to be back or not it's everything else in. Seattle is an environment in a culture that could potentially handle the Antonio Brown coming into their locker room. You would think that they definitely can. What makes me wonder is the League? Really what is it? GonNa take for them to figure out what his suspension. What is punishment may be like so say the seahawks Kit. They make a call to the League office. Hey we obviously we don't. We're not going to sign the guy right now but to even consider signing him. We need to know what his future may look like this coming season. So can you please give us some kind of idea of what you're GonNa do with them like? Can't they ask that? I would assume that a team would have to do that in. Does that. Automatically start the investigation then or is there a list of those types of investigations or like yeah will pull in the line I wonder if Pete Carroll who I think would love Antonio Brown I think his big thing? We compete every day. Here be yourself do your thing. They don't have a lot of weapons than lock it. Right metcalf to okay metcalf. Lock it in. Antonio Brown automatically makes Russell Wilson Happier. I was and that would be. That'd be a hell of an offense soapy Carroll. Just got a call in. I don't know how that works. Aj Alison like. Because when Sean Payton worked amount did he call the NFL? I and say if we are to sign him. How many games are we have to miss them in the NFL? Just say we're not looking into that right now. I don't know how that process goes. I don't know if there's ever been a situation like this before where it's a guy who by all accounts number one or top three wide receiver in the NFL. Top three at their position in the NFL has a waiting suspension. That nobody knows about what it is in. Who decides that do they project what they think it would be like? How do they get an accurate projection if it doesn't do the full investigation? I don't know how it works out but I know that the seahawks immediately become a much better team. If they get old a be on that squad she'd be hugely seahawks but I think for Antonio Brown League does he have an agent. Didn't Rosenhaus leave him during the everything? Yeah I I would assume that that friend. He told he said that a be has to get mental help for him to go back to help him or something like that. I think Rosenhaus set out a thing like you need to do this before we continue to work together and I believe that was in the middle of. Abc's real interesting part of his life there Ab came out against Rosenhaus and said he's the biggest scammer. And all this stuff. I would assume that there's a way for that relationship to get back together but it feels like and I know it's only been a little bit of time and you can't judge somebody just off of one or two weeks or three weeks or a month of action. It feels like Antonio Brown has quieted down. All the off the field noise that he was in chaos that was following him there for a little bit when he came out of the courthouse cowboy boots and with the ankle brace on in Sprint. It and then rap song in a wild time to be a lot of their for. Abc Did hire new agent as well. Who's no agent? Ed was Lasky of? Emc sports you know am. I don't think I know anybody from me. Gee I don't know Ed but I I would hope ed in any lawyers working for Antonio Brown should be pushing the League K. Like you're hindered my ability to work next year with this hanging over my head shirt. I messed up. Of course I own it but you gotTa let me know as four games. Eight games like it. My no games like what am I doing? What do I need to do to get back on track? So team will sign me because with that hanging out there and all the uncertainty. Why would you bring them in? And then what will the NFL saying well? We see about all these allegations that you have are pretty large. If these allegations come to fruition in the courtroom then whatever we decide to suspend you now is going to be subject to change from that. I just assume there's he awaiting some kind of he's not awaiting trial though as you but what's going on with his legal in couple your remember the bag of dicks at the truck right. There was alleged He needs a plea those down. And get those all. Get that situated. Well then he has the the moving the movie through rock moving truck and then he didn't pay him so they said it was robbery and battery or something like that but I feel like that one could get settled because that sounds like the truck driver was. I'm not saying anything I don't know situation but that one seemed like that one got blown up a bit more than it actually was. But you see the videos over coming out of Antonio Brown at that time as I. G lives where absolute chaos so. It was good that it happened because it got him in jail and hopefully gave a chance hit rock bottom but the one I would assume the sexual assault allegations is out there. I assume that's the one where the NFL is like. We have no idea what's going to happen with this. We can't accurately tell you how many games you're suspended if you're ever allowed back in the league by the way there. I guess there's there's multiple situation. There almost forgot about him because there was such a moment in time when it seemed like every month or every three weeks something new was happening so I guess I never because he has been quite the last two months three months. I don't want the question is let's say he did have some sort of mental health thing going on which we cannot rule out with the way. Everything was rolling. He didn't seem like a man who's making good decisions right. If you see a doctor and they figure out how to level out your chemicals like it very much is like A. I don't WanNa say like an overnight thing but it is like a this much person becomes a sane person healthy person. I'll be interested to see how much the NFL looks into that. Like okay whenever he was doing all these alleged terrible things but actual terrible things on his I. G Live and stuff with his kids and his wife. Who's back with his lady and he's back with his kids if feels like he's really trying to get back into the whole thing. I wonder how much goodell in the NFL is like. We don't know enough. But if you're the agent you're right you're calling you're like hey we need to know what it's going to be so whenever we talk to the Hawks or when we talked to another team yeah we get the will be out for whatever eight Games whatever. It is ten games however many it is but whenever that happens we got to have some sort of goal because if not we got no shot in this whole thing similar to to Josh Gordon. Kinda 'cause I mean he got suspended for what marijuana again and now that's off the newer. It's not a suspension anymore. Yeah right so what do they do with him? But we don't just marijuana because whenever it came out that he was being suspended said P. and substance abuse. Okay so I don't know if they did that just as a like. That's what we do. That's how we announce it or if it was a PD and none of us know anything because all that is what Client DOCTOR OR PATIENT. Doctor Privilege the NFL but the NFL can also know if someone test positive the NFL doesn't ever come out publicly and say what positive for. That's up to the player if they want to try to say what they tested positive for and guess what. Oh somehow all. The players test positive for attaining subway. My protein powder must have had some juice in there that all. I tried to adderall. That was the new one you know. The new one was oh. I tried all because I was studying the playbook or something in the NFL by the way never comes out and says well that's bullshit or not because the NFL does to the airforce credit. They do very much not saying anything. They let everybody else kind of control the narrative on what they don't want it that you think they wanna publicize positive tests more than than it already are the could do intention. It's getting we had a guy on our team Bella test for PD and he said it was because he was taking extents and that can that can trigger positive test. That's what he said and it felt like he not only lost games but a lot more to every had to tell the room who's trying to make is dick pic but he told the whole room. Well I think he might told somebody in the training room and if you say something and training room you might as well just go ahead and get on a megaphone and be like everybody to you. Know Ten inch Hog. Sorry about that. Spent four games. John Jones used that defense when he he got pop one time he was taking. I think the gas station version of Seattle or whatever but the WHO knows if that's true though. Yeah nobody knows nobody knows. Nobody knows Mike Tyson. Fifty three years old says by the end of this week. You have a contract to get back in two boxing. This man made an appearance appearances weekend on a e W double or nothing took his shirt off. Look amazing looked with it. There's video surfacing of him with his shirt off at fifty three with a six pack in biceps in knuckles flying in resetting and capturing in backing it up buying it up. Bang it up. Bang. If feels like iron. Mike is all the way back. I have no idea what he looked like in training videos back in the day because I have not seen that I've only seen the highlights of him swinging. Refrigerators at other. Humans heads in knocking them out to a rumpus arena. Who is there to see him? Kill another individual Mike. Tyson is obviously been a man. Who's been there done? That with everything is very high lows very low now at fifty three. He was offered twenty million already by a bare knuckle fighting championship. I would assume there's other places offering up a lot of money because if you get Mike Tyson in pay per view setting with the videos. He's putting out currently not a single human on earth is going to say not. I don't WanNa Watch that. I'm here for it. I assume you're here for it in the person I want to see him. Fight not a vendor. All if you'll know offensive Holyfield I I understand it. Holyfield a massively successful boxer. I want to see him fight Tyson. Fury's Dad I want to see Tyson theories dad in Mike Tyson. Go at it in. I can't wait to see Mike Tyson. Potentially knock out the Gypsy Kings Dad because the Gypsy kings dad cut promos when Tyson with his workout videos. Going up to that thing. It'll be the hottest fight on planet earth in. I'm here for it. I'm here for it to but I I would imagine if they wanna make that these fights happen they wanna make Mike Tyson fight heaven. Don't you think the abandoned Holyfield's number one on their list of priorities? Now they already said No. I think y Vandor said he wants it. Yeah but somebody came on said that he will not be who Tyson's fighting. I ever get exactly who said it but Mike Tyson It came out and said Vander Holyfield will not be the person. I wonder who said it? Somebody say I read this morning bare knuckle? We'd signs with them. Well then I mean we'll potential to see somebody diner ever watched any of the bare knuckle like the bare knuckle fighting. It's it's good man Tyson. Whoever's going to step in and fight Tyson alone compare knuckles absolutely crazy? We had a guy friend of the show. Chris Lytle us to do bare knuckle. Boxing he went down to Mexico to take on somebody. I forget where at and he every day. We'll come back with a new black I. It's just like it's incredible and you're only allowed to your you have to stay within reach of the other person basically so they are telling you to hit each other. Mike Tyson looks dangerous and he on that smoke. What's he call it? What's that show? Mike? Tyson's up in smoke. I know it's not a is it up in smoke and he has a show. It's very good show on youtube interviews. People in he had a clip. Come out just a couple of months ago. Where he's always fighting against the inner tiller basically stares him to think that that person's still under there and could come back at any moment it was. It was a real moment for Tyson. You could see like he's always inside. He still has that he wants to go. Fight people now. He's putting these videos out now. He's getting back into. It's like what's going to happen to Mike Tyson here for the next ten years. He just going to go around knocking out. People is oxygen. Are we hop boxes? Are we back into the Mike? Tyson kills a man potentially world. I'm here for. He had a pretty infamous quote years back. That was so. That's why they keep me on Zoloft so I don't kill. Y'All Mike was on little way radio or sorry young money radio and he said no. It's not gonNA be a vander yeah so. Espn AM Tyson. Said it's going to be a vendor Holyfield so now who it'll be we don't know. Tyson Fury Dad has come out with his incredible accent and speaking ability saying he's a he's a King of champion so he would fight him and he said take on the big the big. I don't want to say the word because I guess I'm not allowed to say because I was on a gypsy but that that's something I would like to watch right there. If it's not the either of those two guys who else is out there for Mike to Fight butterbean still swinging his fists butterbean still swinging him around a little bit though Butterbean Action. Still Tyson. Fury digs once actually. Tyson fury. I duNNo. Maybe it's a little too soon for that Tyson for the current champ right. He's so good to Tyson furious. So what his length like? Do whatever we can to get inside of those arms by the way. They were saying that his gloves were potentially a little bit There flout the stuff in harder little floppy Tyson fury. Yeah it was somebody some hater. Assume trying to knock them down a pedestal. But I I was bummed. Just like I'm bummed. I wasn't around for the Mike Tyson. Prime era knows fights had to be just the build up to be so awesome and fifteen seconds of what about now dead in do this another month from our sale. I I missed the. I'm very mad at myself that I have not known enough about Tyson fury because he is so entertaining at boxing. It's got if being. It's gotta be Butterbean. Are you sure butterbean still out there? Still active still fighting. He was on the dark side of wrestling. The brawl brawl for all episodes and he didn't look like obviously he was in his best shape. But the cane did. He think he was walking. Maybe it won't be butter. Jim Do you remember him with a cane? I I said this. What a couple of weeks ago maybe just have. Mike Tyson stand there and then just have a line of stooges commend. You know what I mean. Just Sandusky gets in there. Jerry Sandusky Boom Boom Bang dead dragons carcass jared Fogel comes in Boom Boom Bang. Dead drag is bag of bones out and it's just Mike Tyson's punch out but with terrible people people who potentially pay to get in there. Yeah Larry Nassar. We can throw in there. The Michigan State. Dr Larry Nassar for Sure Michigan State for sure should be representativeness. May will you give me that picture? It over there on the Double Matt. Hurry up people in the you're okay. You're okay people in the comments or saying fade or would potentially be ooh yeah. I was thinking an Ma guy. He could fight in a boxing match. Ever heard of one of these. Aj where'd you get on Ebay? Laugh Guy owns a butcher shop. Butcher gave to me is good man. Good Man Dougie. Dale couldn't find a place on wall for which is real shame but if Mike Tyson gets in a fight no. This son of a bitch is going rate. It Tyson does fight. Don't you think he'd needs to happen like in the next three months? Yeah his training obviously for the next couple of. He's in very good shape right now. What is do it before? Like all these sports scrambled to get back together by the end of the summer. I think Mike needs do it right before I would watch if the NHL had their twenty four covert team Cova Cup engulfing therefore majors or whatever and the NFL was happening in the NBA was happening and then there was a Tyson fight at night. How Still Watch Tyson fight? I think I would absolutely watch the Tyson fight but going back to what you mentioned the hockey thing. So they're talking about having a twenty four team playoff ding where some teams that maybe wouldn't have been in. The playoffs are GonNa have a chance now. And isn't there seedy. Isn't there some series that are played to see what seed you're going to be? Yeah so the top four in the eastern and Western conferences will play for seating. And then there'll be a play in round for however seating matter though if you're August plant the same facility there's fans there. There's no like real home ice. Didn't they play some season already? Yeah yeah this'll be finishing the season that they already played. I know I'm saying but these Games where you're GONNA be playing for the seat. Why if you're a team playing for the seat? Why would you be going as hard? Why would you be finishing checks? Why would you be playing as hard as possible? It's just to get a different seed when the seeds don't matter if I'm an eight I'm playing one years home-ice advantage. You're all playing in the same arena. There's no fans anyway. What what advantage was the humans on the other team? Yeah for matchup reasons. I guess but the home no home-ice. Aj the seating is all about home-ice it's about who you have to play against you don't WanNa have to run into a buzzsaw until later. You don't have to run into him. I okay and it hasn't been completely really okay. That is literally what seating is forced to play the good team. Yeah you're right no or if you WANNA top seed because you want to say your football you want a home game. There's no home games here. We don't know that. What do we know nothing? Well like paying. There's going to be like a west coast arena area. That they're gonNA play is going to be like a mid West type area. It'd be two. It could be four. Could be everybody at their own stadium. Depending on local state body knows the NFL PA just voted to have more conversations about it which means they haven't shot this idea down but there's a lot that still has to be figured out. Don't rule out the local media local TV local radio just like an MLB that wants this thing to be done. In local arenas the thought was originally to bio domes one in Edmonton. And then one probably in Florida somewhere at assume. But then as you as you really dive in start to realize how many people got their hands in the cookie jar potentially then I can try to figure it out you have. I mean you know the hockey world pretty well. I assume right because it's literally in your family at this point. I mean I don't know I don't pretend to understand what's happening. Well Yeah you just the only reason why you see you so you get home ice not so you don't have to play against hardest team in round one saying that first round those those seeding series. It doesn't it doesn't matter nearly as much well I've always said if you're a winning beat anybody anywhere everybody anyways. Well what is going to do aren't they didn't they? They're bringing maybe Chicago and Montreal. And they wouldn't probably made offset right and we're going to face Montreal. Who just so happens to have a goalie. That could get hot and really screw US OUT. At number five seed. They're so I mean it's not great. It's not a great setup for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Hockey town will survive Eh. Could Support Hockey team and the Annapolis? Yes they want one. We have one called the fuel pretty good little crowd. Pretty good little pop. Whenever you go out there I think Indiana with NHL team. If they would have to be good they're not good. Tell you what's going to be tough to move some tickets. But if they're good this city would by incompletely yes. How are you not a bigger hockey guy coming from Pittsburgh? We saw his big heart. I'm begging you. Here's your next door. Neighbor Clapham fucking Clapham dangles talking about top Chad Bro. You kidding me come on man. I'm big guide I apologize. I didn't realize how the vast knowledge you have if we games. Yeah did you explain offsides for you? And everything off sides and icing. Both of them can't figure it out. He'll get there columbus blue jackets on a bad team. I mean nowhere near as good as the Pittsburgh Penguins but Columbus. Blue Jackets aren't bad team over there. They're gonNA make the playoffs. Yeah Columbus Hockey town to that place. Love their blue. You also get over. There was awesome. When did you go to game? Couple years back three or four. 'cause they're playing a pens playoffs three hour. Drive calling the play at that game. Well we want so in your face. Grammy Stick your T to in hockey. Why he's flat stick. 'cause I might be left your radio. I'm not a Hamster Chore but my Next Door Neighbor clap bombs from the right side. I do know that. Thank you Mitt. This guy's a world deck hockey champion. Would that mean Jeez champion Jack? What's the deck have to do? All what's like the white trash hockey. You know. It's ice hockey road hockey. Thus worsen it's on feet on your feet. You just run around in the little. Sounds terrible great sport. It's Great Sport Way. Do you play indoor soccer field or something on a hockey rink with no ice. Yeah it's on it's on pavement. Yeah it's like an indoor hockey indoor soccer. Yeah that's outside normally indoor as well but normally it's on the outside if you want to get white trash there's at least three fights period. It's awesome crowd and on the deck. There's actually got anybody. There's a guy named handbags. He's grow ball hockey player number. One I believe at one time. He had a hell of a bomb. He actually hit a guy in the head with a hockey stick in the middle of a middle of a game was almost sent to jail. That's not alleged seen. Wow it's great white. Trash hockey is awesome. The I used to play roller hockey on tennis courts before the COPS come kick us off as fun. I'll use rollerblades. Yeah I was. I'd say when I was nine ten eleven years. How your handles pretty good? I bet my stick though what took you so long. This is This is one of the key points to in the memo the proposal to return to play no sharing sticks. I'll see if someone so say. The debate loses stick. The off offensive cannot even well. It's only to return for informal skates. But Yeah you can't just be picking up. August could juggle their going back. Aren't hockey players. Going back to the facilities. Next week the will be permitted to see. He's open give the the RAV net tap. There was big. Show all good juggling. Those admits. Oh Are you kidding nursing. Crosby'd you that he yeah? I have the battery. No I have never seen Moore Sean. Him People's faces bites them. Hey why what makes Sidney Crosby? So good baron. Everybody skates faster. And everybody's got better vision buddy. And he's a fucking savage legs yet doesn't have like superpower like lower body skates better than everybody. That just handles are better than everybody to right. I don't know there's probably some people like for instance over. He's got a better shot than them. This is just what I'm not. This is what I've been told from other people. No hockey always got a better shot than other. People might have better dangles than him. But he skates better than everybody's got better vision everybody's a facilitator and can shoot in the upper echelon of people and dangled competitiveness the Michael Jordan thing. They call them the greatest grinder of all time because he just doesn't allow himself to lose fucking lunch pail guy is like is he viewed as a lunch pail guy like that. I feel like he's so good. People outside of Pittsburgh don't view them that way. Well yeah people think he's a baby in a wigner I think that because he's Sidney Crosby is the best on earth because he scores so many goes today think the same thing about Gretzky well and also there is plenty of film of Sydney. Potentially being a little bit. He's a moment radish when he hits people's gloves away from them and you know does some illegal things punch the guy not certainly not as bad as Malcolm. That's talk to the rats you know. He'll he'll yellow dress because he gets treated much differently. Nobody else gives his time. So it's tough to hand. Obviously what what's wrong with the same Malkin I heard Connor jumping. He doesn't always talk as a Bruins Fan. I always thought Malcolm was the one that wind more compared to crosby conducting speak English. Who's he wanted to know? Exactly my point of minutes Pao. He had a terrible morning. It's been hung over so bad. He Kim stumbling in three football's at the basketball backboard. I mean it was just. It's been a rough morning one. What what'd you do last night last night? I just hung out by myself. That's a lie detox. Now is my friend's birthday actually didn't drink it all last night. I why are they can knock it better this week? I along weekend. Yeah twenty one years old Memorial Day. Weekend he walked in here looking like literally a sack of Shit. Twenty one years. I don't get hung over yet trying. So why definitely get hung over? Well that's because he's already abused as liver so much. At this point there's livers fifty five talked to Fox's dead. Sounds like happy everybody forever Lewan. He's really not a charge right now. 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All the veterans out there appreciate your service. Amen you say you say sorry anyways bigshots USA. Let's get to America's team you were the man behind all the information for potential Jamal Adams to Dallas cowboys trade in this allegedly almost took place last season at the trade deadline. Now it's popping back up this offseason. Is there anything to this? Will this ever happened? And why is Jamal Adams so mad about this whole thing? I mean there's something to it because Jamal Adams wants to get paid. He wants is extension after year. Three of his rookie deal and the jets are sitting there going. Go Look at some of the best defensive players from recent classes yet Khalil. Mack Aaron Donald. These guys who actually played through year four Christian McCaffrey is the only guy from two thousand seventeen class to get extended so the jets are just sitting there saying. Look if you want that extension. That's fine but that's a twenty twenty issue. That's not a twenty twenty one issue. It's not a twenty twenty. She's not going to get to it now. and you know. Look I think Jamal a George Adams? His Dad was the first round pick know. Nfl Up lakes the giants. I mean the. There's some family stuff going on here. in terms of the advisement. And I look Jamal's had burned. Saddle says the trade deadline last year. I don't think he liked the fact that the jets picked up the phone When the cowboys called and conversely I think what's interesting in this and I think this is a little bit of a wrench in this process. You Know Michael. Irvin comes out and he says it's a I in a third. I don't know man for the cowboys. It might be a little more expensive because I can tell you right now. The way that whole trade deadline stuff went down last year. How much information got out there? And the feeling that it was the cowboys leaking a lot of the information about the talks with the jets I don't think jets ownership was very happy about how that whole process went down feeling like they got burned a little bit by the cowboys in a process. That should have been a little more lockdown. It might not be I in a third the cowboys. It might be a little more expensive than that and I think how. Many strong safeties honestly even great strong safety. How many strong safeties nowadays in the NFL teams go? Hey we'll give you a I a third and then on top of that we're GonNa pay you at least fifteen million dollars to make you the highest food safety in the game. Well the game is becoming on defense side of the ball. A lot of safeties because how everything's opening up so I mean potentially much more important position going forward as it was in the past but if what was the things that came out during trade deadline last year that made people burn in the saddle by the way. That is an incredible. What is burning? Saddle mean per burn the saddle. You know like see I look at Houston so whenever somebody's pissed off thank you. It's a snake in a book. Bor Thinking Okay Burn. Saddle show the jets. Feel as if the information at the cowboys leaked last. Trade deadline was offensive in negative. What was the information is being released on what they were willing to give the jets for the trade. Or what was the information that kind of pissed off the jets people? Well I think it was. It was one of those things where it got out. And and they're they're all owners around the cowboys where it was. It was sort of like daily sort of update. Here's where rag. Here's a rat and and there wasn't really much coming from the jets and of it in terms of you know the people around that team and look a lot of NFL teams. I mean you know this. Their names get brought up quite a bit at the trade deadline. You know Teams call on guys and I think sometimes a team can feel like they get burned. Just just for picking up the phone because the cowboys call and say. Hey you know We hear everybody on your rosters available. Is Jamal Adams available? He's a guy. We're looking to upgrade safety. He's a Texas guy. We think he wants to come home. you know Will mcclay whose high up in our is. Close Jamal Adams Father George Adams. Maybe we know something about where Jamal Adams would like to continue to play his career You can have those conversations but then when all of a sudden it all comes out and it seems to be you know one teams media that really ends up being the the people who advanced story it. Put the jets in a situation where also Jamal Adams the San. Why would you even pick up the phone? What's going on? Why am I even involved in this created? I thought about I thought about this because we had learned that Jamal is upset about the potential being traded. I have no idea what you're supposed to do. If you're in that general manager position there if some team calls you in offers you I have no idea because it was alleged. That jets ownership front office. Had A conversation with Jamal. Adams told him that he's not on the trading block right because everybody trying to get rid of they're trying to unload all the contracts at the previous. Gm put together so joe was trying to do his own thing. He Jamal Adams have a conversation and tells Jamal. You're not on the trading block. Don't worry about it then. It starts coming out that the cowboys are trying to trade for him so then. Jamal loses trust in general manager. But if you're that general manager just like when Jerry Krause had to take calls for Scottie Pippen it's like. I don't fully know what you're supposed to do there. And I'm normally a person that hates the general manager and loves the player. I don't know what the GM supposed to do there if the cowboys are calling. It's like it's Jamal Adams Drain Book. No it's like okay. Well then there was potential. You could phrase a trade talks about ball Adams if you really wanted to even though it was trade. Talk in not an answer. I don't know what you're supposed to do there but I like the bottom so pissed off at people. I liked that a lot. Yeah I mean look I don't I don't think this is necessarily a negative for the jets. I mean I know people are sitting there going. Well you know this is one of their best players and this is a fluke that the jets are becoming relevant because of some of the things as you said Joe. Douglas is willing to do you know. Look if you're if you're fourteen to thirteen and three don't pick up the phone on guys but you know that's not it's not a good team and you're talking about you know rehashing the entire roster there. There's not many guys you don't pick up the phone and maybe Sam Darnold that's it they brought in Joe Flacco needs to have his head on a swear on. Do you think it brought Joe FLACCO. Not only because Joe was what the Ravens in two thousand fourteen whenever Joe Elite Joe FLACCO was at his highest and they have a little history within the GM as history of Joe Flacco or do you think they signed Jo over Cam Newton because they know Joe flacco definite backup for Sam Darnold Cam. Newton comes in potential controversy. As soon as if Sam gets mono again or Sam starts in completing passes everybody in New York and be calling for Cam Newton. Do you think that is the reason why that move made? I think they brought him Joe flacco because he's tall lionsgate gigs. Hey if you're talk quarterback we'll take a SKYCAM. You're getting signed last week or two hundred percent case. I look at your one hundred percent right. I mean that's exactly why they brought in Joe Flacco because they want functionality. In the quarterback room they want functionality in the media. I think there's a part of that support role where they feel like Joe flacco having that history with Joe. Douglas going back to the Ravens Feels like he knows his character can be that guy that can hold the clipboard support. The rookie knows enough has started a longtime won a super bowl. All these different things You know and and Oh by the way if Sam Darnold God forbid gets motto or some other transmitted disease in this time of transmitted diseases You've got a quarterback who can step in and actually win some football game we. They feel like he's experienced enough to hold the fort for a few games You know a lot about you. Know Free agents and things of that nature the last time you're on the show you said today. Cloudy to go to the jets. Potentially the titans but price has to get down a bit now. We don't know if we're at that price being down yet maybe you is to debut on. Clowney who still in the market right now at the point where. He's willing to accept a lot less than what he was expecting. And is there a team out there that you think is going to pull the trigger on him because boy? That's a guy that you would like to not only have come off your bus. I not only be in the UP. But he can disrupt games anytime he wants to and chooses to do so. I still think it's the browns. I really do I I. I've been on for a while. Still Browns team that have a ton of cap space they have Olivier Vernon who they cut Olivier Vernon tomorrow fifteen million dollar capital of the Super Bowl Super Bowl. I mean and remember. There's another thing about today beyond cloudy too and I think the teams that look and feel this way about him you want to put him with a set of guys who can be sort of full force multiplier. So you're sitting there defensive and you're saying hey myles Garrett on one end you put Davey and cloudy on the other. Something's going to happen here. Like one of these guys is going to have to get doubled. It's GonNa change sort of the Matrix Upfront. For offense of teams. I still think the browns are team that that are very interesting. David Clowney but are slow playing this process because look the bottom line is from what I've been told Com. Just not in a hurry. There's nothing going on right now and I think once facility start to open again and you talk about players starting to come back into the fold. He's not worried about this virtual off season stuff. I live in Houston today. Van Counties here training like every day he looks like Davy Uncloudy. He's GonNa be fine. He's going to step in and be ready to play right away hill. I think he's waiting until he knows. There are no other options out there. This is what sitting in front of huge pay cut With a team like say the titans and I honestly feel like it's kind of whittled down to eight huge pay cut with the titans or something with the browns. That is less than the twenty million. He wants but at least closer. Isn't it interesting though? You're talking about today beyond clowns patients. Don't don't some of these teams though there. There's shown a lot of patients it's like. Hey if you cloudy can take you over the hump going get like. I don't understand what the entire we'll just wait it out his cloudy telling them like so. You're saying like the browns have made an offer them in clown. He's like not yet in the titans of mainland like he's not yet or is it that they're all just kind of waiting around because I've always I don't do the fantasy football because I think it takes a lot of time and there's not enough not enough upside for me and honestly I just hate it but like I'll get into it next year next year fantasy football but I'm general manager of an NFL team. But if I got a guy sitting there that I'm like hey this guy if he's alongside myles Garrett we have good defense in who knows if myles Garrett is gonNA make it through an entire year without taking. Somebody's helping off and killing them. But if you have a guy let's go and get him are. Is there any conversation about that happening? You THINK BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. I will say about the browns. The browns have expressed interest. They've It's not like all the sudden they've closed the door and said hey we're we're no longer interested okay cut counties camps known for wild that that the Browser Bitch. I don't WANNA get into you. Know the details it was we talked about. In what situation. Have you expressed interest in not talking some element of detail? Okay let's be really nunchucks. Listen I I'm telling you in terms of their patients the patients teams and look at your own cloudy schedule because climbing sitting here. I'll tell you what his thought processes right now. Very he'll do I do a one year deal. Okay because I feel like I just did a one year deal last year. Essentially finishing out you know the the move to Seattle last year. I did a one year. Deal the prove deal. It didn't work out okay. My sack numbers weren't great. The pressures weren't great. I wasn't always one hundred percent. Healthy and teams are all sitting there staring at me going a man. When are you going to have the pop sees when you're going to have the twelve fourteen fifteen sex season? You haven't done that. We're not GONNA pay you like you're a fifteen sat guy you want twenty million dollars. That's A. That's a twelve to fifteen sat guide every single year So he has that problem he still in a situation where he may have to sign a one year proven deal but you know I think the browns are interested in him longer term in the and and if he's going to sign a reduced deal. I'm telling you right now. That's a one year deal. He's not going to take some contract. Where someone's GonNa pay him. Hey fourteen million dollars a year. I'm going to be a five year fourteen million. Ap Y deal that he's GonNa sign that's going to be one year deal. He's going to try to prove it again but I don't think he wants to go through that process again if he wants to sign the bigger deal getting into the upper teens. That's GONNA BE A team like Cleveland which has money and has the interest of bt Dumb Ella well AP okay let's Pivot. Let's move to another team. And the lone star State in which YOU HABIT TAT HABIT. You inhabit inhabit inhabit. I N Habit right there at the end. Dak Prescott and the cowboys. Last week. It came out via Chris Simms that there was an offer on the table for five years. Averaging thirty five million per year Dak wants forty five million for their fifth year it came out from rappaport that both sides said that is a complete lie. Do we have any LEGIT UPDATE? What's going on between doc in the Dallas cowboys in his. That deal ever going to get finished or is this going to be an ugly till the end. There's nothing like this is ridiculous negotiation ever because I remember when the two sides broken off last September once in twenty nineteen started and there was like these monthly updates like every month in ears. Where and I remember. I talked to guy like you know it was like in January and he literally said me. Listen man we have not spoken to decks camp since September the hell you guys talking about. He's updating things. We're not even speaking to each other. And what had happened was his. The cowboys had a set number on the table. Dax side had a set number on a table. Dat went out and played three pretty good gains. And then guess what. Dax Camp looked at the cowboys this number. Just one up number. We gave you before. That's not legitimate in a different time on stars. That's well you know. Stephen Jones did the Ari. Gold took the phone. Smashed it on the wall and that was to be the last time they were. GonNa talk to people like all right. I guess we're just GONNA have to look at franchising you that's just what's going to happen You know things at the combine changed a little bit. I think the cowboys the entire fight sum this up a million times. It's about four years versus five years. The cowboys are sitting there. Saying we have to get at least five years on this deal. We want five years of control. You know side saying hey go. Look at the steel. Go look at the Golf de all these quarterbacks are signing for your deals and the cowboys are those are tacked. That's not four years of control. Those attack on two deals that are already in place. That's five years of control for those teams. That's what we want. That's what they're arguing about the numbers. I'm telling you are going to come in in the mid thirties if he signs a five year deal. It's going to end up landing between thirty five and forty million dollars if he signs a four year deal It's going to end up being around thirty five million dollars per season. That's where they're at and if they cannot just squash it and I think July Fifteen. We can keep talking about this. Nothing's GonNa get done until you start at July eighth and run it through July fifteenth. That's when the rubber is GonNa hit the road on this thing and if it doesn't get done then I'm telling you right now. Daska to play out his franchise tags. He's GonNa do the Kirk cousins and really put him up against long all right. Well there's some inside information from senior. Nfl reporter Yahoo Sports. Charles Robinson. We appreciate your ads backdrop city just at your house yes. It's one of our bedrooms. Hell all the time about how. I've turned an entire bedroom into a little city for cheesy Houston the iconic Houston background. We like Houston a lot of times. I'm big fan of the city. Houston are we will come on down the guns. That's what we do in Texas. Hey shoot some guns cheer on. Jj Watt thank. You Gentlemen Charles all right. Thank you so much for listening. 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Will Quebec change its mind? And change the election?

The Big Story

18:07 min | 1 year ago

Will Quebec change its mind? And change the election?

"And if there's one thing you can count on about politics in Quebec that every election will be unique even in re in memory it was a surge in Quebec that gave the end ep it's best federal showing in history and then it was the province's quick turn on the party just a few years later -servative games and why won't anyone even Canada's most progressive leaders vowed to fight the provinces discriminatory Bill twenty-one voters to follow the trends of the rest of the country and when they do make up their mind they tend to do it for their own reasons they tend to do it quickly so with less than two weeks uh-huh and what did happen to the end ep in this province less than a decade after they turned most of Quebec or yes things change quickly six to go before Election Day will change its mind or will the province's voters stick with the Liberals Kenny Resurgent Bloc Quebecois stand in the way of politics in Quebec for the Canadian Press but we caught him chasing the conservative campaign around the country where he was on the streets of Toronto I just say Good Morning I start every one of these by asking the same thing which is house democracy going in Quebec these days walker she is alive and well in the back neural elections in the makeup of the MP's that You guys have sent to Ottawa that's way quebecers are known to be very sickled with their vote particularly at the at the federal sir politics and it's almost a national sport here while I was GonNa say to an outsider it seems like politics can change so quickly and Quebec I'm just thinking about the past too fast and I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story Giuseppe Valley and take covers elves the national government the parliament is not the legislature the National Assembly so we need to see themselves nation apart and because a lot of Canada's seems to have fallen out of love with Justin Trudeau but when we talked to our our pollsters spoke to upholster the other day he said the fall in love they look the fallen leader's fall in love with leaders and that's why you saw Jack Layton was the level and I've actually ridden about this series but the way I think in the way I see it is because the federal government is not that important think of the federal government or Federal Waltz competitors the provincial government as president or life and it's it's makers love balletic love talking about politics debating politics the political shows are very popular and I would also say that journalists talk about changing policies are being influenced by what he what he or she reads in the paper or here's on television on the rating himself quebecers very in tune of so really the work of the federal government has you know what can you do they're they're not as loyal and they're the leaders a lot more impede do so well into that sort orange wave when his MP's won the majority of Quebec see for following election you saw the liberals get forty seats They got the does not seem to be the case in Quebec. Well let's be careful when you say that because the election hasn't happened yet at the beginning of two thousand fifteen it was the and Mr Bush it was asked this earlier in the week at the the bait the french-language debate he was asked how many pieces of legislation has the block ever passed Jordy of convicts seats as well and so like the voting blocks in order to have the most power in the most influence they voted blocks and those blocks can swing wildly from go to one specific party in swings wildly from election to to accept at least according to the polls in this one which is really interesting news and I know that that might seem a little shocking Canadians. US Canadians outside outside Quebec when they think of governments they think is fairly of what did they think of a large contingent of block members to Ottawa because he says all they'll do night and days it's fight for next interest if they vote for liberals undershirts and feel the so-called intellectual class they hold a very up trauma place in society even sometimes you're the politicians the premiers Alburto for instance and he says if you vote for block you know the people you're sending the parliament they will only fight for you and of course the other side is Following Andrew shares playing around Canada how has he done connecting with quebecers because that was one of the big questions someone who is working very hard to convince quebecers that the block it's still relevant that is a party that they should vote for this should send up so we haven't seen him out on the campaign trail connected with tobacco I haven't seen that immediately but I can also tell you with sheer is at least a hundred the question about abortion wasn't able to answer he wasn't able to really in a position himself as as a in in a humanizing way it's between the Liberals Conservatives in the block and a lot of you writings around Montreal if the Liberals and the bloc that are fighting for won election to another whether it's the block the progressive conservatives the Liberals or the MVP in every election the majority of seats seem to new education and healthcare night I understand it but a provincial issue across the country but in Quebec the Quebec government you know they call them. CBS federalists voice but the difference awesome of law is we will we will fight for the same policies but you'll actually have a government that can -servative GP these parties has to be pushed from different directions they might not be able to take an exciting time because they have to appease people in British Columbia Convince Quebecers to vote conservative to hugh torpedoed his campaign because he had such a core for showing and they speak about for the same voters the block in the Conservatives that More nationalist vote the same people who voted for the so called nationalists colorful someone from the art scene is very good on television he's very good speaking he's not just a French speaker these very eloquent area than speakers and acas obviously a one of the biggest swing provinces in Canada and he needs to make inroads there have you seen that this week this week he was in Montreal for a couple of days but it was really debate auto hammer all connects interests older they want us to have this Leonova the so-called seat at the table liquor Liberals or conservatives maybe and what are the only ones who can give it to you so he's trying to hammer that message home and his French is not as excellent as you work a little harder at to just come across someone who's more personable because that's what they like will you mentioned the few government in Quebec and window seats the MVP votes seems to have ruby collapsed into that on it's been going down every say shall the election of bubbles and fees look you make love and their leader you love has certainly impressed into ball he's impressed people with elite you know he giving people will really have to see which so supple weeks to campaign well we're talking do right now and you're in downtown Toronto walking around because you spent the past week connectors over the issue now you know that's what journalists say that's what the media says really remains to be seen whether or not he was hurt we'll see over the next couple of days with the polls to see go ahead and then the Conservatives and the liberals eventually took over so we'll see right now you have a lot of way races across the with him it's it's very simple it's politics as those votes and you can see how off your bills mentioned before he's saying we will support the policies of the provincial government we will be a voice for quebecers in Ottawa and when one is in Tibet by the way the political parties of behaviors that you know those parties who who are you know highly coveting connects seventy eight eligible seats can against the cultural autonomy you know at this point it's almost a little less about the concept of secularism of state secularism and almost more about this is packers asked that but I think one of the things people in English Canada were startled about the past week or so is that neither the liberals nor the end ep or the Green Party also offers a very decent human being but he doesn't always that that doesn't come across on television and on the radio and I think that that's probably something is GonNa happen the taxes and for the province to to send back to Ottawa they WANNA have one tax return now the block wants that the Conservatives want that they're similar to the Conservatives and the block in that they're thereafter the nationalist vote and I wanted to ask about obviously the hottest issue for the rest of Canada out of Quebec has aided that they would protest it what are the politics at play behind that because it's fascinating to me it's clearly it's clearly something that goes against their philosophy but yet they won't mess the least competitive shoot will compared to the WLAC Mr Gacek so there's a little bit of a language barrier there Mister Scheer seems a little more and bill twenty one and it's understandable that the parties campaigning for that vote I mentioned wouldn't want to protest flaws who actually believe Bekker's want one tax return right now 'cause makers file provincial federal tax separately the Quebec government has asked for Quebec collected a seventy eight seats so I can only on -Tario in order to get those seats you have been popular with the people who live in those writings and it shows how the parties are reacting in Jacqueline do you do have a point to say Quebec there's going to be particularly love at them but I would also say that I don't WanNa use it in critical words because you actually get to know him as that's done on the Caffeine Chia he's actually quite warm a genuine and and will leave us alone on areas of our competency you know that being said you know the other political parties are certainly maybe putting ah so it's almost more about convection autonomy conviction jurisdiction and telling the federal government you know we are in a federation he's our ten separate provinces in Canada and he evaded the question because the answer is zero right so come back 'cause they're gonNA ask do they want a so-called protest vote that they want to Vo- blocked and say people this is a law that was passed in Quebec's legislature by Quebecers by a new government that was I received in the jury and a very sizable majority every religious symbols at work and I guess if it's difficult because these political parties want to win votes they WANNA gain power all political parties in my opinion we'll know that this law is discriminatory this law suspense charter rights for Muslim women seek men Jewish men your morals to decide on this issue particularly the ones who claim to fight for minority rights because this law there's no two ways about it and you WanNa reason losing seats in Ontario and in in in the west of the country maybe even Canada it's looking to make up those seats in Quebec and what's happening to the vote there what writings or what areas of the province should Canadians from the rest of the country be looking for returns from fault the media into certain saw his performance at the debate as less than stellar it ranges from he didn't do up the seats that they're gonNA lose and other places in Canada liberals are standing a lot of Quebec Justin Trudeau the leader not just during this election campaign by the leader flipped so again there's that there's that battle between the block of between the Liberals and trying to get that collapsed votes and you're right it seems the liberals are going to be more and more and more in combat because the oath Quebec Ontario but I mean that's nothing new Canadian the lands are often about Quebec girls been treating Quebec knowing that if they want to maintain their majority the polls say they have to really run up the score and Quebec and Ontario in order to make Alex before and it would have been rejected because because Canadians have the right to freedom of expression the shoot 'em over and this law suspends those rights for people who the bill twenty one in June and it also shows Canadians how much support this law has indoor province in and the government is also wrapping this law. Okay so let's get back which governing could make at the moment so they're fighting for the same voters and Quebec and Andrew Scheer has his message to this is what I mean very very very residency them a lot on television you see them actual thing he makes he makes a portable saying that you know my government has the you know if the Liberals are able to take for the block is able to take those seats that's GonNa be a really good side of who's going to be doing well or who's going to do well really do have to run up the score but the block is also looking for seats as well so I guess I would imagine in the next two weeks over the course of the campaign yeah I think that it was a solid showing on his part and really result of rumors going on in the campaign trail about you know about certain scandals here they're like every days ago Mr Trudel Sutin you know clearly win wasn't a fantastic night's for him but he did it to do and empty there's all kinds of rumors but we all know that campaigns concerning influence the voters there's another two weeks left so I would thanks for this thank you very much just pay valiant of the Canadian Press that was the big story we only have three to come back to Quebec campaign chose face and have a strong debates and if you look at the last of the first French language TV debate we're also in all of your podcast players and if we're not in yours tell us and we will put ourselves there thanks for listening I'm Jordan Heath Rowlings we'll talk tomorrow remorse go an hour lay of the land series you can find them all at the big story podcast dot ca you can also find us on twitter we're always there at the big story F. Doc that thrusts the liberals back into majority power so think of Quebec has perhaps Canada's swing vote you cannot predict their patterns you can't rely on Quebec and if you want those seats it's very difficult to come out strongly give those one woman who see that reflected in the rhetoric of all the problems how have the limit among those seats so Justin Trudeau was going to happen to avoid getting more scandals over the next couple of weeks is going to I and it's and it's very clear again and quebecers government knows that they had to use the constitution that notwithstanding clause to force this law through because it would have been fourteen seats that the peak earthy hold look very juicy to to the Liberal Party of a few blocks as well that's a little thing that they can on election day around the Quebec scenario the conservatives very strong that's the base of as a couple of liberal seats there's two seats you want the same thing they want to jet power and they want to maintain power and if you want to get power Canada though seventy eight seats with very tempted -servative fall back in the second place right now just a few points it depends on the poll averaging of Saint Police had to block and they're really fighting so the area around Montreal is going to stay in the role or I guess I shouldn't make predictions like that the liberals are very strong much

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Certain Personality Types Likely to Make a "Foodie Call"

60-Second Science

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Certain Personality Types Likely to Make a "Foodie Call"

"This is scientific. Americans sixty seconds science. I'm karen hopkins when it comes to the ritual. Act of dating participants often have very different expectations some hope to meet their soulmate others see companionship. Some are looking good time and think that spring for a meal entitles signals them to one and now a new study finds that some women say that now and again they just want to score lobster tails the findings in the journal social social psychological and personality science. You're probably wondering how he came up with this. Idea bryan collison a social psychologist at zoo's a pacific university in california collison says he's always been intrigued minute scientific sense by romantic relationships so when one of his co-authors trista herald also it is a pacific told him about this interesting new phenomenon that maxim magazine had nicknamed of foodie call curious to explore how often women the men for food rather than relationship now in this study. The researchers focused on heterosexual women in part because based on long standing cultural expectations men often pick up the tab particularly on a first date eight in a pair of online surveys. The researchers asked more than a thousand women. Have you ever agreed to date someone. You're not interested in a relationship with because he might pay for your meal. We found that approximately twenty three to thirty three percent of women surveyed had engage necessity call of those who admitted to having swiped right for the free eats the majority jordy claimed to have done so only occasionally or rarely but about a quarter admitted accepting the restaurant outings with greater frequency the respondents most likely to engage in this type of the dating for dinner behavior. We're those who endorsed traditional gender role beliefs and who scored high on a personality test designed to detect what's called the dark triad the dark triad refers to sub clinical levels of psychopathy which is a lack of remorse and empathy and perspective taking monkey volume which is where you purposely manipulate others.

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Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Jordy Nelson (04-03-19)

The Dan Patrick Show

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Jordy Nelson (04-03-19)

"It's all about me. Dan, Patrick gas. There is more where that came from click back for new episodes all week log here, he is respectful tenant, Dan, Patrick, welcome to the program. It's hour to Dan in the danettes Dan Patrick show on this Wednesday, two more hours in this man, cave. And then we'll go to the final four to be in New York after that. And then the next time you see us in our new man came. We'll be April nineteenth some great memories in here. We've been reminiscing about this. And we went out the other night. And we just started talking about some of the stories the guest we've had the moments we've had in here and everybody had a different favorite moment. Mine was mclovin. Spinning the ball in his finger. No matter what kind of mood. I'm in. If I'm in a bad mood down mood. Depressed mood. All I have to do is see mclovin spinning the basket ball in the box knocking off his glasses. And then realizing he did all of those things and everybody is going to see it. And he loves his glasses. And he went for his glasses. They weren't even on and he's trying to reach for them. And that's that's my favorite moment. I never it never fails to disappoint mclovin. And yet you still not reimburse me the four hundred seventeen dollars Oliver people. I do you broke them. If I on your property if I threw the ball and hit you then I would reimburse you which has happened. I did hit you on time. But I didn't break your glasses. Yes. So okay. So, but I think because it happened in your box and your little room there. Are you wanting workman's comp? Yes. I think I should now that it. I'd be. No statute of limitations is over. I don't think the prescription would still been good today. I got a new one. I know somebody picked Ron burgundy when he came here, and that was such a big deal because he said, look, I wanna come in character. And he said all stay as long as you want. And I said, well, let's do two hours, and he stayed in character for two hours, and, you know, Ron burgundy at the time anchorman. I mean that was really really a gift from will Ferrell to this program polling. I brought in a rocks. Classic a nice low ball rocks class from home for drinking and for when Willas in and we'll go spill with apple juice and just keep filling it out scotch scotch scotch. And he's having fun. I still have the glass on my bar at home separate from all the other ones picture, a will drinking from it Seton. What was your favorite moment that you recalled? Oh, I had odorous in here. Okay. Guar the lead singer of guar. I had no idea who gore was and seat and goes, you'll love them did sa- great band. Great like theater kind of ban. They put on a great show. And I said, okay. What am I getting myself into because? Hey, he loves the Washington Redskins. I go. Okay. I don't know how long I can talk to this. And then I go I Google I Google guar and the lead singer odorous, and all my God is could be the end of my career right here. And they do strange performances their lyrics, even what he wears on stage. And then he came in. And he smelled so bad smell terrible. Because that that costume had not been washed. He smelled exactly like he looked and his name is that makes sense. Yes, he lived up to odors, but he was such a nice guy. And he left us with a mask that. I think there are only two that were ever made. And he. Was it was something. And and we've always gone out of our way. I think to you know, I think. Have you have you see somebody or here's somebody that you wouldn't normally think that you would listen to or like, you know, we had Christian Leitner and then Henry Winkler yesterday. And I love sort of that weight those two together, and it just it works, but it works because you get people who really good, and they tell stories and they have a relationship with the show, but we prided ourselves on undoing that where it's not just the ordinary. Fritzy, he was in the green room, Henry Winkler, and all of a sudden Christian Leitner walks by I don't know if he knew he was because that's a very large, man. I think everybody is a large man to Henry Winkler, but he was talking to Christian Leitner, and talk and basketball and telling him all the things that he you know, he went to the Laker games. And but that's fun. Mclovin. Your favorite moment. The from the years here the bench press. There was a bet about whether I could bench press two hundred pounds. And somehow you made a bench all of a sudden emerge gave me ten days to prepare and one of the guys in the back gave me some energy drink, and we were all fired up, and I'd I'd knocked it out four times. And we all celebrate it like we won the World Series. There was no drug testing. And we were extremely proud because we thought you are lifting for us, and you're lifting two hundred pounds. Yes. Bone by the way, the supplement and back was not an energy drink in any way. It was this stuff. It's like powder, and I'm not going to give the name of it. But this guy in back gave it to me once before working out. It felt like I was on fire. Like, my hair was going in all different directions on my skin was on fire, and my heart was racing. Remember that movie with stay somewhere has to keep his heart rate above a certain thing or he's going to die because like rush or something. Felt like that. I was like I'm never taken that again. I of your favorite moment. My favorite moment was Kareem. Abdul-jabbar was here. Growing up used to watch. My dad in the local playgrounds pop hook shots with both hands. And he was kind of a little local hero in the neighborhood and for Kareem to be here. And then to block my hook shot was something. I'll never forget. I I have that photo in. I just love that. Yeah. That was great. We've had so many great people in here in great moments. And so we'll close this show out the final two hours, by the way at the end of this show. We will announce who was going to be competing for the Hebrew national championship. The final four is. Now the votes we've got over two hundred and fifty thousand votes for just the final four. And then we'll go to the final two. And I do believe that those results so far have Holly in Pennsylvania who gave us meet on her tribute to Steven Tyler narrow Smith translators Kenny and California's also leading in his matchup as well. So you have until the end of this show. The final two hours, and you can only vote on the app, we have almost one point five million votes. So far with meat Friday. So thank you for taking part in this been a lot of fun. You can watch the program on audience channel two thirty nine direct TV that will continue when we moved to the new man cave and be our live be our live dot com. You can stream free on B our live. They have sports on there. A lot of sports on their UEFA. Champions League quarterfinals begin next week. Tottenham versus Manchester City exclusively on beer. Live watch Liverpool versus Porto. Coverage begins at two eastern on B our live dot com. Also have our celebrity bracket challenge. And that's brought to you by subway. Tom izzo. I have my bracket challenge writing on Michigan State Tom Izzo will join us coming up next hour. If Izzo gets his second national championship this season. It would be the longest gap all time by a head coach between national championships that would be nineteen years. And I was. Looking at the previous longest gap. Rick Pitino at seventeen go back to Indiana branch, McCracken back in nineteen forty and then wanted to get in fifty three Dean Smith Carolina, eighty two and then Ninety-three Mike chef ski on their twice. He went nine years between championships in ninety two and then also in two thousand one so this will be historical for Tom Izzo. If he's able to get his second national championship. Eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. Jordy Nelson former Packer former raider he will join us coming up. I believe his first interview since being released by the raiders. And I mentioned time is it will join us as well poll question. Mclovin, I put up do you want a second football league? And fifty four percent said, no. Yeah. I I I'd be curious about it. If they had a gambling app. I would be curious not that I would want to gamble. But I would wanna see how people reacted to that. Because whatever these leagues just wait for somebody else to develop something. And then they'll borrow NBA. Did that with the ABA the NFL did that with the AFL these leagues just wait to see if there's something there, the NFL adopting, you know, the onside kick and looking at that with rules in the AFL af I should say. And you know, so I'm not surprised with that where the NFL would just sort of be like let me just keep an eye on this and see where to we didn't even get that far with the because that's what this league was based on gambling. That's that's where their entry into the sports world was was going to be with a big splash. Once they had established themselves. Get through the first year. They had the gambling app the technology, and they didn't get a chance to use. But it's going to happen. And it's going to happen in all these leagues where you can bet on is that going to be a strike or is that going to be a ball? And I got to go to for four that guy going to go seven innings you're going to be able to bet on. Everything and that's not a good thing. But that's where we're headed. Yep. Will do you think the NFL will regret not partnering or backing the af and making it their spring league? As in a way to fend off the XFL. I don't think they're concerned with the XFL. I don't know if they've Vince McMahon can do this where he's going to compete with them with salaries because how else are you going to get these kids it unless you draft them out of high school? And I don't know if you're able to do that. But let's say you drafted them, and you develop them the kids wanna have this platform where they're able to go to big time school showcase their talents, build their brand those kind of things. So I don't know what the XFL is going to do. But I'm going to guess that what they're going to do. If there's going to be successful. It'll be predicated on gambling because you're not going to get the product there and it's still spring football. And the NFL still trumps everything even in the off season the NFL gets headlines and getting headlines from spring training opening day, March madness and the NFL is still king. The last time the XFL came out they embraced violence. They embraced the hitting. You think that that will play in this kind of fan culture where we're in the post concussion era post concussion lawsuit era, well, they embrace headshots. And and tough guys XFL if they go that direction. I don't. Don't think I would would want to go down that road unless they're saying. Hey, if you're playing here, you sign this waiver that you know, exactly what you're signing up for how much more violent can you make it unless it's going to be a game of thrones type feel to it. I just don't know if you can go. Hey, you're to head slap your loud. Do you know maim a wide receiver? You can hit the quarterback wherever you want to. I still don't know if that's reason enough to watch. I think you want good football. And if you put the gambling aspect in there, then I think you have a chance, but it's just a chance and the one thing that the af didn't have they didn't have financial backdrop there where they could say we can get through the first league their first year this league. And you know, it's a shame because there are some smart people involved in this. And it looked like it was well thought out and the one thing they forgot money already got a poll question. And if you'd like to weigh in on that you can't eight seven seven three DP show. Oh, Email address TPS, Dan, Patrick dot com. We were mentioning who is the most system Danette. And I think Twitter responded resounding Lee that it's mclovin which I took as a compliment. Yes. I am a part of a great system that is like a patriot AJ Walker fourteen just tweeted, my wife says fritzy's the most system Danette because she can't imagine what he would do in the real world if he didn't have his current job. Very valid concern. Yeah. I'd say, mclovin, you're probably, but you know, people are gonna vote for you. Because you think everybody else's you know, they've been benefited from systems. Yes. But I don't think it's a bad thing. Great systems. Great team. You know, teamwork systems Golden State Warriors in England pay. The best teams are not about the individuals about the team, but they create their own system, though, Golden State has their own system. The patriots have their own system. It's not like they're following somebody else who who's Golden State following while they took some some, Dan, Tony they took some of this. They took some of that. But. No one. Really? Yeah. But they do one thing they do for real as they go to the size of doodoo. Yeah. They put their egos aside. Like staff was like, I don't have to be the biggest star Katie come in here. So that's something that was you still do. That's mature it's making credibly interesting point on systems here alien, all I'm sorry. Sorry. I didn't hear anything after do. Steph. Curry is made five or more three pointers in nine street games. That's the second longest streak in NBA history. James harden has the all-time streak record twelve games where he hit at least three five three pointers in a game. So Steph curry with nine consecutive games. There are a couple of phone calls. Jordy Nelson will join us coming up. Jeff in California leads us off. Hi, jeff. What do you have for me today? Dan, I got a mixed level. Stay in your car. Listen to the interview story for you. Right. Thompson yesterday. I'm a service plumber. So I'm out in the field. And they pulled up to my customers house. And I'm sitting there listening to the interview of the customer actually saw me and came out, and I gave him the one finger up hold up. And he kept coming roll down the window and said all being in a few 'cause I was one of those you had to hear that was a great interview. Thank you. You gotta and if you've got a sec, I got best of my favorite in that studio. Okay. And if mclovin going downstairs at the bar and tasting that customers food that was having a judge robbing the that was all time. Thank you. Jeff. Thank you was that a bat. He lost a bet. I think that was a wheel wheel punish that was the worst. Okay. And I I came up with this idea of mclovin going down, and there's a restaurant underneath us. And that he would go in and he would be dressed as if he worked at the restaurant seven seas restaurant. And he would just walk over and Salo to somebody. And then he would act as the manager and wanna know how your lunches, and then he would grab a piece of food off of the woman's plate. And he grabbed a French fry believe. Took a little while to let the women know that. Hey, it was just a joke. We had a hidden camera in there. And I thought mclovin I thought you know, somebody was going to get punched slapped. Yes. Yup. Only seen are at the table of right across the aisle. And we had our phone out to tape it and the tension the room was out of hand, you could feel it and mclovin sauntered in is if he was the manager and Andrew has like a nice sweater on pants and glasses, and he has his hands together. Like a manager. How's your lunch today? Ladies, and what's great great. You've been here before. Oh, we we've been here. Many times we always come here. Thank you bubble. And it's going very well. Casually reaches down and grabs the fry and takes it. All right. Have a good day. And he continued on his way to go to the back and they froze for about eight seconds. And she was that really effing heaven. He took the fry dunked it enter. And that said like kept talking and then walked off eating it. It was it was unbelievable. And like an hour later. I forget I think it went downstairs to grab a package or something and those women were just leaving. And they were still talking about it. It was so it was just brutal. Yes, we love. How did we have? We had their audio after I left. I don't know how we pull that off. But we heard them basically curse me out. They were the cameras state on them. The hidden cameras were amazing because they really the whole thing. Yeah. Yeah. We're showing it now on audience channel two thirty nine and be our live dot com. There's so many of these moments here, so many it's been a wonderful nine years in this man K, we'll take a break. We will talk to Jordy Nelson. The Packers wide receiver. He'll join us. Coming up in a moment. Tom Izzo joins us next hour. Russell Westbrook junior. The third went for twenty twenty twenty one. We'll hear from Bryce Harper who homered last night rockets clippers tonight Spurs in the nuggets. Russell Wilson wants a new deal or else. I don't know what the else is. But he wants to be the highest paid player in the history of the game coming up on nineteen after the hour. 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So he switched and saved a bunch, which was awesome. We were just conferring myself from the dannettes, and we will leave the voting open until tonight at midnight Easter for the meat bandits. Because it they they were telling me that it's going to get crazy after the show, and they were gonna take it all the way till midnight eastern. So you have time to vote you can vote on the app, but at midnight, we'll decide the final to meet Friday songs seat. And can we play the two songs that are leading their matchup? So there's Holly in Pennsylvania. She's leading John in Wisconsin, meet yourself. She did meet on her tribute to dream on by Aerosmith. On me. Jar. Great stuff by Hawley, Pennsylvania. And then in the other matchup. It's a Kenyan California traitors leading beat Friday. I'm in love by Keith leeann, Texas. So here's translators. Trade any on this barbecue it's damn good to which can't be any. Careful with the Beale. If you know what? I mean, check the. Both. It was a clear bright around noon. Dp in the boys were trying to consume search for some beef Sanmen on the phone suck it from bro. What's up the home? Just picked up some sides at the grocery on a mission. Trying to find some ten to me gots baby back, Briggs. Now, it's time to eat danettes. Indeed p grabby section Rosie. Fritzy the phone wrestle junior third. A can't believe it's happening in Milford. Got a stat of the day. And then we'll take. So that's translators and you have to midnight eastern tabulating votes. And then we will decide who will be competing for our national championship. Couple of phone calls. Jordy Nelson will join us Bronson Pittsburgh Abramson. What do you have for me today? That's just wanted to mention my favorite moments in the make it just wanted to say for for Bank. Ever been with you since the end of the show, and I'm sure for their nation one. You know, I know the new came by you know, so much better. But you know, we watch on TV it's kind of our home ourselves. And if any source if any would move to have the movie because movie, let me now, but but if they were may came in it was when Jimmy Roenick within the make Jack ballers. Yep. Pauly's not afraid to take on these athletes. Thank you branche should have been you should. Well, you've you've run into Adrian Peterson clay Matthews junior. Gave you a slap to the chest. I believe the pantheon of things. So when when Jeremy Roenick hit me in the jaw with his elbow. It really like Sisa stars. And it was a little queasy about half an hour because he hit me way heart attacks. But I think the hardest hit on this show. They probably two of them. It was JJ. Watt hitting Seton with a pie, but smashing the pie. Into his face and then Michael Irvin. When he did that to me because Mike didn't understand the premise of hitting somebody with a pie. He he put his hand. Right. You know into my nose in actually drew blood when he was smashing apply in my face. More phone calls best moments of the man cave or worst moments of the man cave. Eight seven seven three DP show, Email address DP, Dan, Patrick dot com. He's Jordy Nelson. He wants played for the Packers and retired. As a member of the Oakland Raiders won a Super Bowl, and he joins us now on the program. Jordi? How's morale? Good. Everything's great. It's good to be to have that chapter done in looking forward to the next. Was there any chance you could've gone back to the patriots are Packers. No, they didn't show any interest at all after last year after being released by Oakland. And so I don't think that those ever opened again. So, but I got talked to Mike Murphy in he's opened up the door to come back and do the one day deal. So we're still working on time to get that done. And that way, I can sign a contract and retire Packer. And you know, indoor we started is in health related. Like, why are you retiring it's not health related? Vice was great. And I guess I guess it took the health related because I wanna leave the game in that way. I don't wanna play as long as I can't until my body is beat up and I'm forced out. Another thing was I didn't really feel like moving my family, again, they haven't even been out here in California for a year. And so that was part of it, and you know, after playing eleven years and then five in college and Lauren hostile to those twenty seven years. And I think of a good time and enjoyed it. And kinda wanna go, you know, out playing good. I don't want to. So just get you know, less and less time every year, and then just kind of fall out league. So I'm not going out on top like winning Super Bowl. But also doing out when I wanted to and my life, so extremely, you know, proud of what we accomplished and what we've done on enough to field. And you know, we just felt like we looked at it all different angles probably talked about it for a couple of weeks trying to decide what to do. And every time it came down to just moved back to Kansas and the kids back in their schools. Don't be after the rest of their life. And you back on the farm who tried to talk you into continuing to play. No one tried to convince me to continue to play the Seahawks showed great interest. Once I got released, and I have a lot of respect for John Snyder. And that organization they start last year too. And I got really spent Green Bay. So I went up there to visit with them. But I guess that Oakland try to come back at a different deal. But I guess when it came down to we just decided not to move our family again and go home, and and be and be happy with it. So we're not we're second guessing anything we did we talked about it every day for two weeks. You know from different angles trying to convince ourselves to retire trying to convince ourselves of play trying to convince ourselves that let's go move again. But every time we did is always came back to just be done. I mean, if you told me eleven years ago when I got drafted that I have eleven year career when it Super Bowl and everything accomplished. I think I would take it and. Right off into the setting and be happy. And that's what's gonna happen, which tougher farming or football. Oh, man. Farming longer days. I think it'd be harder for so it's just the farming and doing that day in and day out. Year round compared to thinking get used to playing football. I mean, if you're someone athlete, I guess it's farming is toll on the body is different. It's different. When I go back in the summers. Even now in obviously will be there year round just constantly being on your feet being constantly working from seven o'clock in the morning to during summertime. It's seven or eight nine o'clock at night that you're you're still out doing stuff 'cause you only really tension with time. It is if the sun's up, you're you're still kinda going he's like, you can get, you know, another thing -ccomplish. So when you're putting in those hours and constantly on your feet constantly moving. Is it wears on you, and I that's why enjoy doing it during the summer because it may training camp long day camp seem easy. I it was easy to go. Sit in meetings all day easy. Go practice for a couple of hours. And then, you know, so the body was used to being up all day. How did Aaron Rodgers do on the farm? He's struggled in Kansas, allergies. So he. But so he might need another run out. We had some good stories of people coming back. Wait, another one. They came back through my benefit cost tournament we put on June. And so you're gonna see a little bit of taste of the farm and Gough, but he was sneezing the whole time prank offer around in Kansas. Rondo quality. And he went home actually golf term and take a quick net woke up flowers later and said, I could come get him. I suppose the events with buddy, I'm coming home. I've done for the tell you, it's a different different different life. When you got to be a twelve hours a day aside from winning super blurred aside from winning that Super Bowl. What's your favorite individual moment that you had? Oh, man. I don't know if I gave a one moment, I think when I came back for my ACL and that whole year following it ended up putting comeback player year. And it wasn't even necessarily obviously performing well. And being successful in the field was huge but being able to practice for sixteen straight week and not miss a day of practice not have to take a day off. 'cause my knee knowing the process it took to get back from that. And you know, the build up to the season and everything and to be able to do that was a huge accomplish it topless -ment for me. And I take a lot of pride. Right. And I think a lot of athletic trainers that hadn't Green Bay. They did a great job of not only physically preparing me. But mentally keeping my mind fresh reminding. But the thing a lot of guys struggle with big surgeries like that. They getting a little I wanna say depress just get down. And can't can't stay up. I think your minds are very powerful muscle that. Can control a lot of things. And if you stay up and enjoy the process, I tried to enjoy the process of coming back from NEC as much as possible. And then how the success felling was very proud of. And I'll always remember that helped me understand this on December twenty eight Jon Gruden says that yeah, you're coming back and the raiders gave you a three point six million dollar bonus. And then they cut you March fourteen. So what what happened from December twenty eight to March fourteenth that you were no longer wanted in Oakland. I don't know. They just get very nice retirement gift. I guess. Yeah. I don't know. It's it's a crazy business as as people signed out each and every year, I think they just they got some free agents that they didn't think they were gonna get or be a part of is what I've been told. But yeah, it's it's an interesting business. And do you think if they didn't get into Neo Brown you'd still be there? Yes. And I don't think that's just in Tonio Brown. I think also when I signed tyrod Williams and even his trip around the tackle from the patriots. I think they're just spending a lot more money than what they're expecting to spend. And but I'll take the retirement gift. Very gracious of what if Aaron Rodgers calls you in late July. Oh, that'll be an interesting phone call. Yeah. I don't know that will be I don't think I could play. But if each they called in. I'm not gonna say begging me to come back, but ask him you back in their need. If probably would be hard to say, no. But we would have to he were at that point. That's the crazy thing happened with James Jones, your deteriorates he was in New York in training camp. And I fell and then everyone he got released by New York and everyone's like James Jones, she can step right in. He knows the system which it's a little different now since they have an coaching for new offense. But obviously, there's a lot of that's still there footballs football. So that would be if that happened that'd be very very interesting question. But my guess is that it won't jordi-. Thanks for the moments. Thanks for the career in good luck with the rest of your life. And we create your time. I appreciate it. Thanks. That's Jordy Nelson. So never say never. That's why. When people talk about retirement, you know, it's the phone. Stops ringing players. Don't wanna stop playing fighters. Don't wanna stop fighting. It's just nobody calls and I wonder if let's say the Packers had something happen at wide receiver. And then all of a sudden Aaron Rodgers and you see that phone call coming up. Let's say it's like July twenty first and you're sitting at the dinner table, and you look at your phone. Your wife goes what? I don't know if I should get this who is it. It's it's Aaron. Just swipe ignore Senate voicemail now, I gotta take the call. No Senator voicemail. I gotta get gotta take Hiran Jordi. A just wanted to see what you're doing like in September. You know, would be funny. What if he didn't ask him to come back vita said, hey, getting married to Antica, Patrick and just thinking maybe you want to come to the wedding. All okay. I thought you were calling for another reason. No, no, just that. I need some grass fed beef. You know, could you supply that for the wedding reception? Yes. Do you think Aaron Rodgers is smart if the time it out and say, I'm gonna call Jordi like mid July on the farm around seven PM at night just went down. He just did a thirteen hour stretch with bales, and and sun and humidity. And like now you wanna come back in the easy job of playing wide receiver. If you missed any of our celebrity interviews this week from the Mercedes AMC man cave. Go to the Dan Patrick show app where you can watch. And listen from inside the Mercedes G man, cave, Mercedes MG, driving, performance and speaking of interviews the reaction from right Thompson yesterday. And this is a writer who I want him to do more. I want him to be out there. So people can experience how great right Thomson is in doesn't do social media used to he travels all over the world. He does these great profiles of athletes and people responded by saying I was late for work. I stayed in my car I wanted to hear his stories. We. Talked about urban Meyer. We talked about Pat Riley. We talked about Michael, Jordan. We talked about Tiger Woods. But he gives you such depth to his stories. Nobody is writing like this now, and he's a great writer, not just a great sports writer. I would never limited him to just sports. I believe that he could he did a thirty for thirty on his own the mater. He did it on Mississippi called the ghost of Mississippi, and it was all about integration. And how you know his conscience told him that this story needs to be told. So people understand what was happening in the deep south in the early sixties with integration. And he did a wonderful job with that as well. You know, he was the narrator with that. So very talented and the people who responded, you know, the best way to thank him go by his book. It's right Thomson. And it's just a series of stories that he's done. I'm taking it to the final four with. I've already read it. I'm taking it to the final four again. Because I think it's that good. I gave another copy to Seton. Just because if you want to read what is good writing? That's good writing. That's great writing. 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Dan, how you doing my man, I I wanna start off by just saying that the man cave and all the years of watching is been so transparent and has been so sentimental, and I I know I'm not the only one to to say that. But my favorite moments are always watching. Fritzy, bring up my headlines and you saying well, that's not approved real good, Gino, go back to the twenty ten Yukon moments. But you know, really, I was bred born to have a sports name, and these are my favorite moments of the fact that when you bring up great sports teams, your UA blobs, your fat levers, dick trickle, God sham. God my last name is Mandic M A N D. I k so I've had to go through my entire life. Doing the Chris Farley self-deprecation humor of making fun of myself before you know, somebody else could sow I christened the new man cave with my next three kids, Anita my vonda. No hurry. Carl's at your is that your real last name. I swear to God in my life, and may N D. I k so when I get to they call in. But do you have kids? All. I'm about to. Okay. What do you know what you're going to have? No, no. Yeah. I'm trying to keep it a secret. Yeah. Yes. Paulie? I have the Carl it costs like four hundred dollars to change your last name. Would you consider doing that before you had children? So they the generation going forward didn't have to bear this burden. We here's the thing. I know because there's no see in the last name. So when I get telemarketers. Like, hi, Mr Mann dyke or Mr. man, dick. What is it? So no, absolutely not. That's no reason to not change it because the telemarketer may screw up your last name. True. Yes. Yes. Absolutely stand by Carl keeping his last name. He would why deny the lineage of all the great, man. Dick's that have come before to Mandic legacy. Absolutely. You've made it this far. And and and and that's why anytime I hear when you when you're dropping dick trickle poll any of those. I'm like, all right. All right. Hold on. Hold on. I I've I've got the name. I just don't have the genetics to get into pro sports. So well, hopefully, you'll have girls because then they get married, and they can change their names Karl thank you boy. Now, this is the prize. Mario couldn't you. Give me a little heads up on Mandich. Yes. Bone the seat and saying be a Mandic and keep your name. Stay with it. Yes. I think that's what he's saying. I think that's what we're all family tree of all the Kate. Does that men Dick's that have come before that top the zaken Wisconsin who called in a month after his uncle died and said my uncle had one request before he died, and that was to say suck it back row? Okay. Did Karl just top that? Someone's dying wish to tell me Levin to suck it. That's gotta do at the forefront. It's good Matt in California top that Matt. Gonna be hard to top that. If you have a Prager style match up between these two moments, which one would you pick calling in and saying here to honor Qualcomm, like thirty seven five for fifty things sausage off. Thank you. Matt, man. Now that was man, California. That was not mad Harvey who gave us I'm just here on her Qualcomm. But that's legendary like people will bring that up just out of nowhere this audience is so great without a slight tear and the UCLA on you know, I got a second opinion with with Dr Andrew's. And and you know, he said, my my Alba was was stable doing going through all of these tests, and you know, we chose to to go the the route of rehabbing, and you know, I strongly believe that that's gonna water can pay off. But you know, today, we're I'm here talking about call common. Hoping. Help them out as much as possible. I really hope them. Because Qualcomm needed a lot of help for Matt Harvey their surgery. I know, but obviously today's come when when that van interview ended it didn't take long before the PR people got a hold of fritzy to say, you know, we're so sorry, we gotta having back on having back on. He's kind of understand. It's quid pro quo. I ask questions about you. You get your sponsorship plug in there. That's how it works. You don't go. Hey, you wanna have mad Harvey on to talk seven minutes on Qualcomm? No, don't think. So the quick question to the Yampa Qualcomm stock the month that Matt Harvey was on the show was at a ten year high of eighty one it is now at fifty eight correlated. Senior you playing more of Matt Harvey. They're running back. There would have a Faulk off. Careful here. Caulk and fog, really, no fritzy sounds gonna say. Sausages. That would be. Sausage off. Porco of hawk all I'm gonna go come to a spot in the road. And you pick the right road to go down though. It'd be four four Coffey go around you realize that none of those rhyme with the jokes that we've been making you just had to get the conference. And you just couldn't quite understand what we were saying fritzy now is bad. I understand if Eminem wants to bend a word to fit into one of his rap songs. You were doing pork off. A little bit of a stretch. I did feel left out in that was just kind of a disaster. But if they miss moment, yes, it was in that better than I'm just here to honor Qualcomm hawk off the final hour in this man cave coming up. Hello guys may fighter. Cheils senate. Check out my podcast. You're welcome with jail son and every Wednesday and Friday right here at podcast one. We cover the latest in mixed martial arts and everything else. Going on in the world of sport. Listen free to your welcome with jail, son and exclusively available at podcast one dot com and on the podcast one app. If you love the show share with a friend and leave us a rating and review. They always will. He was too short to play basketball. But will never listen. We'll let his work ethic. Do the talking for him. Always in the gym always running drills will new where there was a will. There was a way and he was will. But then after a second child was born he realized the pros were all way better than him. So we'll gave up and buried his high tops in a tearful ceremony. But one day he heard that gyco could save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch, which was awesome. I'm Rita Foley with an AP news minute. The actresses, Felicity Huffman. Laurie Lachlan go to court today accused of paying bribes to get their children into prestigious universities. Matt small reports they'll be in federal court in Boston the pair along with other parents face charges that they took part in a nationwide college admissions cheating scam one where thirty say they paid in a missions consultant bribe college coaches in rig test scores to get their kids in the top universities. Neither actor. Said anything publicly about the scandal. President Trump says there'll be no vote on a Republican healthcare plan until after the twenty twenty elections come up with a healthcare plan when not gonna vote on it till after the election will all promise it's going to be off I vote because we blew it. The last time a woman caring to Chinese passports is in custody in Florida after getting into President Trump's more log oh club over the weekend. Federal prosecutors allege the woman had a device containing computer mouth aware. I'm Rita Foley lay.

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Raiders offseason moves

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09:49 min | 3 years ago

Raiders offseason moves

"Hello and welcome to our Vegas Nation podcast. It's been a long time but we are back baby the off season when we're here to do with we're going to preview the twenty eight teams Graf I have the raiders beat writer Michael Jokin in-studio talking about of course the two thousand eighteen and also would John Brunner's done thus far As well Jordy Nelson basically coming in for Michael Crabtree so to speak and the muscle hamster on that okay canes agent he and I spoke shortly following the release being made and his conversations with the raiders outlined seems to be a change in philosophy when it come the staff the front office but look at this raiders Rosser already more than twenty moves have been made since the start of March the twentieth editions I should say with two point eight million dollars they're going to probably spend maybe a quarter of that when it's all said and done look for the raiders to draft a punter before they actually released so all this movement through it all you see a lot of veterans a lot of veterans who are thirty and up coming onto this roster more experience at some critical spots even save some money they I took a good look at this draft class salt was available and felt comfortable moving forward to a younger cheaper option. Okay now some of the additions like to get your take on those Marquette King I'm told rich barrage of the special teams coordinator he went to Texas and before the pro day interview or privately worked out Michael dicks that's not including the releases like Michael Crabtree that was a big move trading Jimmy Amaze all Awali Trading Cordeiro Patterson leading marquette king goat and he wound up with the Denver Broncos you happy to be here every time a chance to be in Las Vegas reminds me that it's all for something in terms of living in Oakland which is great but these writers are coming here and comes to how much money they're willing to spend this year at Hunter Marquette Cain you is fantastic and he was due two point eight million dollars in salary four reason he doesn't like the name okay can I call Mr Martin then okay the muscle I liked the muscle hamster he can't get to me in Las Vegas that's true what are your thoughts go and just gruden's explanation for letting him go well I don't know if gruden spoken publicly about it yet but what I've been told from speaking to win Silverman that's in Him lady him go obviously he's an all pro punter is one of the best punters in all the football and he goes to a team that's in the division what were your thoughts on the fact that they let him on a couple of the guys in the added to the thought Jordy Nelson move was significant for the raiders for a number reasons even looking to move on from Michael Crabtree this is part of what Jon Gruden wanted he wanted some experience guys who played football he felt the right way to really instil type culture he wants in his locker room it's good to be here it's actually when it happened okay all right something else that is going to happen the two thousand eighteen draft is going to happen John Going to put his official stamp on the team before we get to that word of that one for months outside enjoy Nelson enabled the team to do that some will ask what does George Nelson have left on the other side of thirties coming off of an especially additions ever made now you mentioned a few key additions and subtractions won a Lotta people will talk about you here on on blogs and everything else market king productive year raiders say well Aaron Rodgers was hurt for much of that year the broken clavicle Edgar Bennett the teams wide receivers coach now was the wide receivers coach. Then you also privately worked out some other punters including the one in Alabama so before the R- Roy for the raiders were deciding to okay let's move on from market Ken Offensive Coordinator in Green Bay so nobody maybe more well verse in what Joy Nelson can and cannot do at this stage in his career so the fact that Edgar Bennett signed off Lynn is got to be special we have Michael Belkin in studio of course the raiders beat writer all the way from Alameda to Las Vegas my man is good to see Tampa gruden Tampa Blah Blah Blah. I believe he's been in the League for I want to say about six years or so the two years in which he played sixteen games he rushed for more than what what do you think about what coach group has done thus far as far as putting his stamp on the Oakland Raiders it's been incredible he's been busy and that interest him other coaches fourteen hundred yards the other four seasons he didn't reach five hundred yards and so when he's healthy when he's right he's we've seen what

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Q&A with Your Boy Q & Joe Arrigo Episode 4

Silver & Black Pride

1:17:53 hr | 2 years ago

Q&A with Your Boy Q & Joe Arrigo Episode 4

"Welcome to Q and A, which boy Q and need. Joe rigo? It is a free agency addition the madness began on Monday and today's the new league year, so happy NFL new year TQ, and we got a lot of go into man. But I how was your weekend. I taken down a slow weekend as raider fan this weekend. Man, I'll tell you. I don't think anything was ever slow for me all weekend long, and especially with what happened on Saturday. And then obviously with the kind of keeping up trying to stay up and awake to see. What was going to happen Levy on bell? And I don't know the last time I slept. It feels like I bet for ever for the last five or six days. So yeah, no, no slow anything for me. But I'm just glad that the big fish are already kind of already on the hook for whatever team. They're going to go to now things to slow down a little bit. And I might be able to get back to my regular schedule program, which is sleep every once in a while funded. I'm gonna pill to Kurt and a little big go back to a Friday. So Friday afternoon, folks, I have a group chat with Q, Nick Hamilton, Scott winter, nyah and Cailing base with the entire silver and black pride podcast network. And and in that part, it was probably what is probably around. Like, I knew the one o'clock. I could've takes them got word raiders in a B R B. Working on new deal. Somebody's to that effect. Right. And and cure like what the compensation that are in it at the time. Her Darius reports, the two four was one could be a two could be three to five a lot of variables. So we're going we're back and forth in attack. And then that night comes and nothing really happens. And then it's batter day. And I literally got done topping-up sound that we were gonna use for this show today to talk about a variety of different things. And I probably working on that for two hours to Lisa with sitting there waiting for me. Like, are you almost done? And then I get attacks Roma source within the organization it says we just traded for AB gave the contract details. Told me what they traded for. And the first thing I did before I put it on Twitter was I'd take the you guys. It was like. Bryant podcast who's down. I know you're in Texas. I know you're two hours ahead. It was well one thirty in the morning around that around that time and the proverbial thought that I had regarding the Tonio Brown. Trade was real simple a three and a five and giving the guy money to make him the highest paid receiver in the NFL, which is really only a million dollars guaranteed more than Sammy Watkins gotten. I I'll take Antonio Brown. Seven days out of seven days and five times on Sunday over Sammy walking that I thought the raiders really got over on Steelers Antonio Brown. Flex his muscle as a player to get out of a bad situation for him and put himself in the situation where he wanted to be and I couldn't be more happy for the guys involved because I know grooten mayo. I know Mark Davis Mark, the Dane the entire organization really wanted Tonio Brown. What he brings to the table on the field. Yeah. No doubt. Man. I saw the the numbers on that on that trade. And I saw what the. Leaders gave up and that was my biggest fear. My biggest to Sern going into the whole off-season knowing that the raiders were going to s some point players or try to be players at least for Antonio Brown. I thought man everybody in the league is going to try to get one of those first round draft picks. You cannot give that up that is where your team is going to be built, right? There is on those first round draft picks. And I was even little nervous and a little greedy. With that second round think we talked about on the podcast few times. Like, yeah. Yeah. I can give away the second round pick. But I don't want. I'm just being greedy. And to find out that they didn't have to give up the second round pick. They gave a third and a fifth. I was cool with that. And the money that they gave him. I know he had absolutely no guaranteed money left on his three year deal. But the flip that around a given thirty million dollars. So what you telling me that Antonio Brown's not worth ten million dollars guaranteed each year. I mean, you know, saying like when I look at that. That's cool. I'm not okay. I'm not mad at that. At all. I mean, basically, that's all they did is flip his contract in the what he had on there. And they just made it guaranteed money instead of no guaranteed. Money. And and I mean, the dude works his tail off. He's not one of those guys. He's proven that time and time again bending the league long enough. He's not one of those guys that gets his paycheck and runs. He's a guy who gets his paycheck, and then looks at okay. What's my next goal? What can I get now? What can I accomplish? Now. How can I prove that? I am that dude. How can that chip on my from liberty city come off on my shoulder a little bit stronger? That's just who he is. And I appreciate people like that. I love the the underdog dude the guy that's been pushed down his whole life. Like, oh, you're not going to be anything. And then he proves to himself and everybody else around the he could be that guy. And so that is who had Tonio Brown. That's what he is all about. And he is going to go out there and be a go getter. And when I saw those those numbers on that contract and saw that they were able to land him man, that was really music to my ears, and is just it blew my mind. How much my own change after all those numbers, and how much some good negotiations can make every situation better talk about what he brings to the table. Jon Gruden actually talked about that. Dad the press conference. Here's what John said. Excites him most about AB I get excited because of where this man comes from. I think the six round wasn't a division one. He did it the hard way. And he's done everything in his power to be the best. He can possibly be on and off the field. His body of work is not only impressive. It's fun to watch. He's electrifying after the catch. He's a great competitor. He wins the fifty fifty ball. He's outstanding short areas. You have a great imagination as football coach. When you coach man like this. He can play split in. He can play flanker. He complained to slot. He can return punts and sell popcorn and a half time. We're excited about this guy. And we're going to put them to good work. And he's got his whole army here with them. And he's gotta Ali, and I'm gonna get all Apollo. I'm gonna get all these young Browns at work here too. But just just the life that he has is in two zero. The play is contagious. And when we signed Antonio Brown, you'd be shocked at how many other players have have wanted to to come along with them. It's really been a really a great experience. What I like best ball with Jon Gruden said. Right. There is the fact that he likes player with a chip on his shoulder. He likes to God is gonna come in and hope players accountable, and he's gonna make jobs offense, better Amari Cooper and Antonio Brown to different players not saying player at all. In fact, Mike silver. Brought it up today. Something I really did he consider until he brought it up what he said Amari Cooper would have gotten paid by the raiders anyway in the long run out the fork out money for him. Anyway, they just do it for Antonio Brown and doing it for more productive wide receiver. And it's for three years you have to be happy with that deal. Big time big time, you if you're not happy with that deal. You're insane. You know, what I'm saying top of that? It's only Brown alpha dog that's other that the raiders haven't had in a long time. I mean who is been the alpha dog for the raiders. They haven't really had one. They haven't had a guy. That's an enforcer a guy who can like you mentioned hold guys accountable guys who can say, hey, look, look, at the way, I work. That's how you need to be working in Khalil Mack at his at his peak with the raiders wasn't really that guy that would get in your grill. And and make you follow his lead. Antonio Brown wants to be that guy. He's made that perfectly clear that he's going to go in and hold guys accountable. He's gonna show him his work ethic and encourage them to follow his footsteps, and who am I to say? Oh, no. I'm not gonna work as hard as that guy. If that guy who just got thirty million dollars guaranteed, and you know has all the money in the world. And is is you know, one of the best wide receivers in in the league. I better follow his lead. You know what I'm saying? And a more Cooper was never going to be that guy. He was too quiet. And honestly, you didn't really even look like he cared to be there that much. It was just kind of. I am not questioning his workout. Because I know. I mean, look, I know Amari Cooper went out there and worked I get that. He was a good route runner. I liked Mike Hooper. He wasn't a guy that I would follow. You know what I'm saying? He's not a guy that I would just say, okay. He's working. Hard. I do the same thing Antonio Brown. Is that dude it Tonio Browns that do like, hey, man? You know, if a young cat for liberty city can make this happen. You can't let's go. Let's get to work. I mean, you saw how excited he was. You see how quickly he went landed in the bay area already went to their cars house. I mean, he's he is fired up. He's ready to get things going improve and show. Why he's getting the money. Not just well my pass accolades shows while I'm getting my no I'm gonna go out there and show right now why I deserve the money that I'm getting. You went to the raiders put it on the YouTube channel believe it's on raiders dot com. As well. This is the clip of Antonio Brown. Surprising. Derek Carr with this home? Visit and listen to how they talk. You can hear the excitement inner voice check this out. No, no. How you doing? Have a real. Crazies row. That's amazing. We decided real long time ago. Ago. He's already through. You come on my thoughts. Guess. Family lesson excited. These. Unlike me raider nation rated nation. Craziest. They really hit me. Sure. What I'm going to our kids for? Yeah. You've been years somewhere else different on the side of what's up. Oh, gee. You here. Cloudy. He says before he went to Clint about Cooper, not being extended doesn't look excited. Never looked excited about being a writer someone put a pitcher, and they took the pitcher van Tonio Brown from his issue with the water sled behind him with the water in the pool, and they had the picture of Cooper on draft day and Cooper's looks like someone just like killed his best friend, and they get in Brown is happy. The mustache was still gold at the time. I believe I mean, you see someone that wants to be somewhere. There's a someone that was like, I honestly I'm gonna be one hundred percent on this. And and I think Cooper has all the ability in the world if he wants it. I think that he never truly was invested in being a raider always had his is to somewhere else where he maybe wanted to be. If it's Dallas or somewhere else, I think he always had a one foot out the door mentality. I don't get that impression where Brown what actually feel like just from grooten and may arc and and welcoming his wife and his kids. Into the to the facility letting them run around and getting to know them that spoke volumes to Brown, and he spoke about it earlier than press Commerz. But that's what volumes him about a family atmosphere. Something that he really did it feel in Pittsburgh. No, he didn't you know in. It is that he talked about him. In fact, he talked about it in that interview that he had with Jeff Darlington from ESPN where he said, you know, I've been on the scene nine years in the quarterbacks been to my house once you know, what I mean. And the owner doesn't even know my kids names. And I mean, that's just not right. You know, what I mean is this not I mean, I do a radio show with a cat, and I've been doing radio show with within for five six years. And he'd just about knows everything about me. And I know about him, and we don't even hang out. You know, we don't hang out. But we know about each other, you know, saying because it's something about when you got a relationship with somebody regardless if it's a professional if it's just a you're my homeboy, we're going to hang out. You don't say like people know about each other. If you're invested in in in getting the best out of each other. If you wanna have a little bit of chemistry, and and that all, and you know, Joe, you know, how this game goes. I mean, you gotta have chemistry to be able to to. Exceed, you know, if you're working with somebody else, if you're working with a group of people you've got to have some kind of chemistry, and when you've got a guy like big band who's supposed to be the alpha dog for that team. And you're not even going to your number one guy. You're numero Uno guy in in Antonio Brown and showing him some love showing his family some love. And that's why Mike Mayock was genius at the press conference. Mike Mayock was genius. Jon Gruden was genius. They mentioned the word family. So many times that wasn't on accident. That was definitely not an accident. There's a reason why Jon Gruden shouted out. Antonio Brown's kids names, he was then to be elm that hey, this is a family environment. Being a raider is being part of a family. And this is who we are here. And I'm gonna get all the Browns here working. I mean, that's I mean, he said that you know, what I mean like he knows that that family in that family environment means so much Tonio Brown. They showed that at that press conference. And so now this dude's really going to go out and show what he's got an show what the raiders could be helped get them back to where they need to be. And I mean, he he knows that the grates that have been there. You know, he knows the Tim Brown's that have been. In there. He knows Jay writes as he knows the cliff branches. I mean, he knows those guys that have been there in walk those halls, and he's read it live up to that legacy. And even go a little bit further. What does this mean for the raiders like on the field off the field the way, I look at it like this when you have Antonio Brown, and they always obviously signed Tara Williams today as well on the outside. We'll get to we'll talk more about your findings later. But for the purpose of what I'm gonna say I wanted to bring it up. I think we're grueling wants to do. I don't think. Well, first of all, I don't Secondly, I don't think Jordy Nelson gonna get cut. I don't either. But I think what I think what Gruden wants to do that move route around if he sees that he can get them outside one on one with a corner that that that he knows can guard him, you know, playing impress or whatever which most corners can't he's put him out there. He's gonna move into the slaughter few times. I think you're gonna see Jon Gruden move AB around so often that you're gonna be like where's yet? They're gonna have to try to row cover. That's gonna. Free up Tyra Williams on the other side at six four two hundred and something pounds running four four. That's your give Nelson one on one covers with team second or third corners. I like what Gruden did just by. Adding that one chest piece to the raiders offense on the field on the field. He was Swiss army knife. I mean, that's exactly what he is. I mean you described it perfectly. You can put him anywhere. Jon Gruden said it as well. I can put this guy anywhere. The biggest thing is getting the ball in his hands. And letting it be known that he's on the field. Don't go away from him and don't just disappear like Amari Cooper used to disappear at times. And you never knew he was on the field that will not happen with their Tonio Brown. He won't allow that to happen. John gruden's not gonna Lau that to happen. I love what Michael Irvin the way. Michael Irvin described Antonio Brown watching NFL network just hearing him describe him. He is a dog. He is a dog. And he said is Jon Gruden Derek cars job to make sure this dog eats in if he eats he's gonna bite someone else if he doesn't he he's going to turn around and bite. You your job is to make sure he's biting someone else. And not. Bite. You let that dog come out in him. But obviously you want that dog to go the other way get on your enemy get on the other team that you're going up against I thought that was a perfect way to describe him. Because again, I've been saying the raiders need that alpha dog also on the field. What that does for the raiders that gives them a legit, dude? Liquid who Derek Carr was throwing the rock to at the end of the season Jared cook and as invest great he had a nice season. Jalen resort. That's great. It's cool to be able to check the ball down to him. And let him go ahead. Do his thing. He got a little bit of wiggle afterwards. But look he had Brandon fell. He was going to tell he tours achilles. He had Marcel eight no disrespect. But he was a seventh round draft pick out Oklahoma state. I mean, he he came in really really late kion Hatcher. They actually brought him back. He never got no burn. But he got you know, what? I mean, he came back. It was really joining started shine a little bit. But it really was. It was a cassock characters that nobody really knew or even feared. There was no fear from any other defense. Now. At least a defense has to say, okay. We need to know where eighty four is at it all ties, and then like you said. It's going to open up everything else for everybody else will make Derek cars game easier. You'll make marshawn Lynch whoever's running back back there. Doug Martin if he's going to be there. Chris Warren, if he's going to be there. Jalen, I don't care whoever's the guy running the rock toting the ball back there, whoever that guy is gonna free him up a little bit more to it's gonna make that offense that much more dangerous because you have a real legit weapon in Antonio Brown. You don't think that Gruden and Brown? Mayo cabinet already been scheming. Listen to what might may. I said when Brown met up with grooten and mayo just to hang out prior to the finding period never seen a better connection between a player and a coach when these two got together. I mean, John had four hundred clips of Antonio in the office. I walked in this morning. The two of them were sitting in there like little kids watching four hundred cups of Antonio everything. He did everything. I mean, they were like little kids in a laboratory. And that's why we're so exciting. The truth is Mark Davis invited. Mike, and I are. Our wives doing event in Las Vegas so excited to get Mike out of the building. We went to Las Vegas. It was a great event Mandy May Iraq, my wife, Cindy. And I instead of having a nice date double date, we dated Rosenhaus Antonio Brown, never saw wives. But it's his happy as as Cindy and Mandy have been since we've known them Antonio agrees. Thank you, brother. Truth Ori, dude, four hundred plays of just Tonio Brown chopped up at Gruden Brown went through each and every one of them in Gruden explain them. How is gonna be using the offense Gruden right now with salivating because I'll go on record right now. Brown is in the top four he's ever coached at any level from Green Bay receivers. Coach the Philly to become the raiders head coach we had Tim Brown and Jerry Rice to Tampa Bay. I think he's had three guys that Antonio Brown to be compared to and that Sterling Sharpe, Tim Brown, and Jerry Rice, that's a pretty good threesome if you wanna if you're Tonio Brown with Jon Gruden. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. I mean, he knows exactly what to do with the guy who's a real deal legit weapon. A guy who can get it done. Again. He came out right before the raiders play the Steelers twenty eight teen and said, this guy has a work ethic. Like, no other the only guy see work as hard as him as Jerry Rice. And again, you don't just though Jay Rice's name around there. It's just not some dude. You know what I mean? It's not it's not Jerry Johnson is Jerry Rice. You know what I mean? Like, it's not just some random cat from off the street. Some do that you met at the YMCA, man. That's a real deal. Dude. That's that's the that's the goat when it goes wide receiver. So you'll just though that name around you'll know how much respect Jon Gruden has Jerry Rice Jerry Rice talked about. I might have to come back. Now, the John gruden's coaching I might have to come back and lace them up again. And he was lightweight serious. You know, what I mean, he he he wasn't serious. But he somewhat was like, I probably could do it. You know what I mean? Like, you know, so I know Gruden super fired up, and you wanna talk about a dude who works a guy who's going to respect the dude who has the work ethic like that is due to work ethic like that and Jon Gruden just you talking about all those four hundred cups like come on, man. Who who does that already? Yeah. Jon gruden. He's in the lab doing that. And that's that's like Antonio Brown walked in there and just his eyes lit up. Okay. Okay. This dude serious about me. So why wouldn't you if you know, a dude is that serious about you and excited to bring you into the fold? Why wouldn't you get excited? To go out there and prove him, right? That's like the alternate. If you're a player like a you have organization that you come through. And they say your our our dog, you are the guy in our locker rooms, you're the focal point of our offense. I checked out four hundred plays of you. This is how we're going to use you each and everyone of the plays. We're going to integrate that it's already inter offense. This is what we call this. You get ready to rock and roll. Because at the end of the day. This is how we get down with you. You have to love it and Tonio Brown actually told the media what he brings to the raiders on on and off the field. So let's go ahead. And you hear that in this talk about that for a second accountability bring up bring up bring actions, you know, not what I say what I do know how things, you know, holding Gaza countable and receive around developing a pot, you know, challenge guys if you drop a ball and be going to have a pot to super accountability, you know, a whole Renault. Maybe an apprentice when I'm doing my job. Sheen's bring the whole group over to see the jug machine that will ever gonna group. No, hey, we don't we count on you to make that catch. You know? I'm I'm watching you work making that catch to because when we all we together. So bring us some of the principals and some of the things that make karate and Bill good teams to some of the things I notice no whatever needed. No being here being a leader. And take a hold of this thing full full round it. So you're you're talking about that he's going to be in pants. He's gonna hold players accountable in the locker room in terms of finding them. They drop all bringing them in front of Derek Carr. Have dare commend the receiver meetings and say look this is what we're doing. This is what this is how much he's been fine. You gotta love that for a guy like Jordy Nelson. Who's was the elder statesmen in that locker room still probably is and Georgia's probably back to okay, I like this minds me a lot of what I'm used to from Morale's playing in the past. I also like the fact that off the field. He's going to bring this. Swagger that I think the raiders of black. I mean, yeah. Marshawn Lynch and Oakland, Oakland, people are going to love him. But if you're right or finna lives in mosquito Wisconsin, or if you're ready friend lives in billings, Montana or even Toronto Canada. Like, you don't get the Oakland vibe. So you're not really a lot of times you're not gonna be able to vibe with marshawn Lynch and some of the things that he does because he is he is Oakland core. But with AB it's a little bit different because you're like, yeah. 'cause he had all that swag in Pittsburgh magin, what he's gonna do it raider nation. This is off the field the field, they marketing him. Yeah. Without a doubt. But yeah, they do they need that guy that could stand out to the ground. And look I love everything about marshawn Lynch he is all the way Oakland like you said, and you know, being Oakland do myself. I totally respect him. I love everything he's doing but live when he came back to the raiders when he came and came out of retirement he did that to fill his childhood dream of village. Childhood dream. He wanted to be you know, play for the raiders because that was his hometown team. And he's doing that. And that's great. And it's been nice. It's been a nice story. But it's not been the, hey, I'm gonna lead my hometown team to a championship has been the I'm gonna do my thing again, not trying to talk bad about him. I know somebody will take it wrong and say how could you talk trash about marshawn. I'm not. But it hasn't been a marshawn about the leader's team to championship or I'm going to be that alpha dog and hold guys accountable. Marsala just wanted to be there to put on that silver and black put on that helmet with the pirate on the side. I mean, that's what he wanted. He wanted that shield. He wanted to do that. I don't know if he's gonna come back at twenty nineteen if he does great if he doesn't that's okay too. I mean, it's not I'm not going to lose any sleep over Marsov ish. Not returning the whole little deal has been nice. But it that's that's all it's been. You know, I mean, I again twenty seventeen when he decided to join the team, and they were a team you looked at and thought, okay. This team has an opportunity to really make a deep run. And now you have a Bruce running back marshawn Lynch his opening press conference. Somebody asked him that question. Hey, what about trying to win the championship? But this team. And he said, yeah, that's cool that they got that going for them. They got that going for him. Not we got that going for us. But they got that going for them. So he wasn't in my opinion, ever really a member of the team. He was a member of the Oakland Raiders as an individual who was fulfilling his childhood dream. And again, I'm not mad at him because we all have dreams, so go do your thing. But it's not like it's been I'm about to go win a championship for my town for my city. That's just how it hasn't been that. And again, the city of Oakland always gonna ride marshawn Lynch, no matter what he could play for the patriots, and they still ride with them. But you know, it is what it is. So so Antonio Brown is taking the team bring in a whole different level of like, you mentioned accountability a level of swagger a level of just I mean, he almost seems like a pirate Doni. He almost seems like a raider. He always. Yeah. He I mean, if he wasn't a Steeler. I mean, those really the two teams he could've played for the Steelers in the pirates. You know, you got that that blue collar mentality. And then he's got. That that that that Reiter mentality. So yeah, I think he's gonna slide into the silver and black and put on that a helmet with the shield on it. Are they gonna do that just fine? And and help take this team to to great heights and man one year in Oakland and the wait till it hits Vegas watch at all. My final question regarding AB to you. It's a raider nation out there. Do you think this is the first domino in a return to prominence for the raiders? Yeah. Absolutely. I think that if they play their cards right in this draft. Again, this draft is is the end be for me. They played their cards right in the in the draft. They can they can have that resurgence in the in the division. The only problem the only problem with that where I don't wanna get too far in front of myself is the only problem is the Kansas City. Chiefs are a are going to be a dog. They're going to be absolute monsters for quite a while Patrick Mahomes, in my opinion, ain't going nowhere for a long time. I think that that dude is a is just an unbelievable talent. That was dude. I was watching at Texas Tech. He is just a monster. He gets things done that just are unbelievable. I think that they're gonna ride him out for a while. And it depends on how quickly the raiders can get this defense turned around try to contain that do just a little bit trying to put the pressure on him a little bit. I think it really can come down to the raiders getting good. Really quickly and a given the the the chiefs a run for their money. I still think the chiefs are the without a doubt favorite in the AFC west. But I think this is the first domino to bring the raiders back to relevance. Like, okay. Okay. Yes. We can do this. We got the guy they could pull the trigger and Derek Carr. We got a guy that could make plays an AB. We got off offense line that can hold up. We gotta defense. But you gotta get the defense is going to be there. I think a lot of it's gonna be had in the draft. And we'll see I'm not disagree with you. I think AB end the first domino. And the return of prominence for the raiders, I agree with that. I don't think candidate that they lost both their edge rushers. Yes. They find the Honey badger, but they lost arguing heart and soul. Their defense. And Eric vary by cutting him on Wednesday that defense stink already was bad. And they got worse. They got worse. What made them run? Most of the year was not just powdery kiln alpha Kareem hunt now in Cleveland, they have a whole running. Back right now, they. Money. They they don't have as much money. They can't go get a running, but really isn't anymore. Running back to free agency really were getting. So they're going to rely one the draft. So now are going to play them different type things and Yego actually the best team in that division because they're the most balanced, I think already better than Denver. But I think the raiders are going to creep up and creaking creep up on Kansas City. Even though Mahomes is the best quarterback in division. I still think the raiders can creep up on it. Because I think this draft is it's going to revitalize their defense, and I like the pieces that are adding a free agency. You don't see Kansas City do that. I like what Gruden may have doing their like minded they're getting they're bringing guys that are like minded with them. The raiders are going to start paying body gruden's image personality, and that's been teams get really really good. I think San Diego's gonna regress a little bit again. I think the most balancing, but I think that the vision is a little more wide open than what people think. I mean, you you could be right. You could be right about it being more wide open. But again, I still think Kim cities the cream of the crop. And again their defense always stumped. But the running back position member they got Damian Williams as well. Damian Williams carried the rocket did a hell of a job once Kareem hunt wing, you know, he went down. So I don't think that they missed anything matter of fact, they might have got a little bit better in the running back position. I'm not worried about that with them. Their defense is going to be a question, Mark. But again, it was a question Mark before they don't have Bob Sutton there as defensive coordinator more, he got fired. Now, they got these bag Nola. He's gonna switch the defensive at three four. I don't know or actually switched to the four three excuse me for three. Yeah. I don't know if he's going to improve the defense or not. But that's what that's what the goal is. You know? And I I do agree with, you know, getting rid of for that was kind of silly. But they didn't wanna pay him that raise money. Yeah. But you know, he has good years. And then he has okay years, and then he's healthy, and he's not healthy. So it's kinda hit and miss with e Ford Justin Houston that was another one that they let go, but we'll see we'll see what they do. They they got a couple linebacker. They did sign a linebacker off the off the the Cowboys squad. And so he's going there and and their defensive their linebacker coaches. They're the Cowboys linebacker coaches, Casey. So maybe they you know, they have something going there. I just think ause you got Patrick Mahomes. You got a fighting chance. They got tyreek hill. That's still a problem. Travis Kelsey, that's still a problem. You know what? I mean, they they got dudes. It's it's still a problem on that offense aside the ball kid, you stop them. And that's why this raiders defense has improved. You can get into a shootout if you want, but I don't really suggest it because it's not that fun. A raider have Kelsey equalizer, and I'm gonna tell you who it in. When we come back from this quick break. You're listening to Q date with your boy Q and jewelry. Go on the silver. Black pry podcast network. Hard by nation. Hello. I'm Spencer hall from Espy nation. And I wanna tell you about my new show. It seemed smart. 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In tech news virtuous is on apple podcasts. Spotify everywhere else. You listen to podcasts. Check it out. Welcome back, which boy Q and me Joe Rigo on the silver black pry podcast network. Powered by be nation, are I q? Now, I kind of teased when you brought up trying to kill. We got the Travis kill C equalizer. And that is my man the five foot, or who is absolutely is a tremendous football player a guy that you can play in the flying complaints deepest. Well, lamarcus Joyner one of the raiders three free ages as of the recording of this podcast on Wednesday. That was fine to a four year, forty two million dollar contracts. Sixteen point seven million dollars guaranteed essentially, it's a two year deal. If they wanted that way, and he did a really good job against Kelsey in that fifty point shootout that the Rams and cheese that he's just a turnover machine. I think he's gonna come in and really help out cujo in the back into the secondary. I think that that's true to a lot of raider fans question that signing because he's short, you know, he's. Little duties five eight, but he's fast. And like like you said he brings that kind of ability. And he did do a hell of a job when it was Casey against the Rams. He did a great job matter of fact on Kelsey. And that's something that the raiders are going to have to figure out how to do all the time. They're not going to be able to just do it one game, you know, because they had one really good game this past season against the chiefs and really had an opportunity to beat them if they hadn't fumbled the ball three times by three different running backs. But that's another story has all digress on that. I don't wanna talk about that me myself all fired up. But yes, so they have to find a way to consistently be able to compete with the chiefs. And I mean, I don't want to disrespect the chargers. They're gonna have to find a way to compete with the charges all the time. I agree when you said that they are already better than the Broncos. I do think that's that's the case. But we'll see Vic Fangio does as the head coach. There's a reason why he has been a head coach his whole career in the league. And we'll see if he's ready for that job. If he's better as coordinator. So that that's going to be interesting endeavor to see how that shakes out. But again, just going back to the city and those weapons, you know, speed kills tire. Kills about to become the highest paid wide receiver in the league in quick fast in a hurry. You know, and he's he's about to get that any day now. And so he's not going anywhere. And that speed is just unbelievable. You know, you know, I mean speed is going to do everything in the world for you. So we'll see. We'll absolutely see what happens. You know? I hope that the raiders could fast track. They're they're not rebuild. But they're just trying to trying to reload. I hope they fast track this case and look with Jon Gruden took over the raiders the very first time when Davis hired him. You know, he had a plan. He pro he made that plan go to go to work put in action, and boom, you know, that the raiders are also relevant, and they were damn good really quick, you know, and these kind of following that same blueprint that he did the first time. And so if you can get that and get this team rolling like you did before and not leave this time. You know, the raiders could be in a good position. I I don't think that they're going to be battling for the the AFC west title in twenty nineteen, but I could definitely see him at twenty twenty be knocking on the door of a that's going to be our division. You know what I mean? I. Definitely see them doing that. But it's gonna take some work. And it's going to take hitting on these guys draft. This is very important coming up in April raw thing. The markets Joyner was asked the most Twitter Monday wasn't he safety? What's he going to be an put this out there because I asked them usually after they agreed to terms safety or nickel and they said both predominantly nickel. So you're looking at your Nickelback guy is gonna be used a lot like the Honey badger. If you wanted to keep going back to that. But that's that new age defense that a lot of teams are running. They like having a shorter more athletic almost like your best athlete on the back end plane physician. That's what they view the Marcus Joyner as he will play some in base as a safety, but I do think with Joyner cujo, right and presume rookie coming in unless aired very have. They have interest in air berry of until they're going to see they're going to check the medical to see what's going on with him. Him. But Eric berry would be another guy. Good fit on the back into play that free to kind of be free in Rome and this mind, thank you. You know, this lows anybody bro nowadays sixty percents of defenses are in nickel or dime, or sub packages. More Selden playing their base package is really getting phased out. There's not a lot of teams that are that are running to receivers are a running back and tight end sometimes for most teams are going to buy one or two by two receivers and tight ends. So this fits a new age defense something that they didn't have last year. No, you're right. You're right. And that nickel coverage is all the time. I mean sometimes teams start off in the nickel. You know? What? I mean. It's just. Yeah. They jumped right into it. Maybe it's one play in the base. And then also, hey, boom there in the nickel during the nickel offense defense already. So. Yeah, I can I totally see that. And again, lamarcus Joyner he has so much versatility. And he could do so many different things. And that's just something that I keep keying in on that word versus. Ability. I just think that everything you see from Jon Gruden offensively and defensively from this raiders team. It's going to be a bunch of guys that are very very versatile. I think that is going to be the key guys that can play many different roles. Not just specialize in one thing. But somebody that can jump at you know, jumping at a at a drop of a diamond and play a role that there needed to you know, I mean, I just think that that's going to be the key to the rate of success moving forward, and you could see that by the guys that they're bringing in even you know, flip back over to the office aside the ball even looking at AB, we talked about how versatile he is. And where he can line up. You can line up all over the field. Those are the kind of guys that Jon Gruden. Those are the kind of guys Paul Guenther are gonna wanna want are going to wanna have on that roster just to be able to execute the way they want to grinning added back in the day to now only Pam Brown. Charlie gardener Yoon runabout, get him in his lot. I mean, the Polian Kaufman. A bunch of guys position with NFL. That's what it that's what today's football is becoming you have a conviction. But. They want guys that are productive play multiple positions. So they can have position list position. So to speak less live over to the offense the side of the ball, and I brought him up earlier Tiro Williams receiver big six fours and to think like to change you're looking at a four year forty four million dollar deal. Half of that is guaranteed twenty two million dollars. They get it from the chargers chargers were loaded wide receiver with him, Mike Williams and Keenan Allen some teams viewed him as a number one receiver the jets being one of them. They were in on him the saints were eight hundred on him as well. But he chose to go to the raiders the raiders actually identified him as their number one receiving target as a free agent early in the process there's interest from him as well. They get him. It weakens. The chargers with that's a big thing to me and he's legit. And over two next Antonio Brown, Jordy Nelson, you know, he really is the thing about it. The Steelers were looking at them too. You know, the Steelers wanted to so that has nothing to shake a stick at man. He had guys that they will had it that we're interested in him. And so he chose to go to the raiders that weakens the division opponent, man. That's that's a win right there. That's already a win. So now he knows that he's going to have a major role because like you said the charges were loaded up at the wide receiver position. He knows he's going to have a major role. He knows that he's going to be counted on to go and being that number two guy or even number three next jury Nelson. But I mean at the same time they're gonna spend a lot of time on the field. They're going to have a lot of action go their way, they know what John gruden's gonna be trying to do. And how he's going to try to make this offense click, so yeah, he has an opportunity to play against one across from a really great wide receiver in Antonio Brown to a guy who's been there done that has been great in his own own, right? And is a damn good professional Jordy Nelson. And then he gets a slide in as well. I mean, that's a that's a hell of a one-two-three combo. You know what I mean? It's so good things could have it for that, dude. And and oh, by the way, he's another guy that has a chip on his shoulder that do went undrafted. I mean. That was undrafted guy. So everything he's gotten in the NFL. He's had to earn. Guess what? The guy way across from him. He had to earn everything and Tonio Brown. Yeah. He's a zillionaire at this point. But he had to earn every single penny. I mean, the guy didn't even have a legit deal logistic offering college that he went to you know, what I mean. I mean, he didn't where do you go western Michigan? Yeah. Western michigan. I mean think how many colleges D one program kick in their tail for not looking a little bit harder Tonio Brown. You know, think about that? He went in the six round of the draft. I mean, come on these guys there's guys out there with chips on their shoulders that got things to prove and Gruden loves every minute of it. 'cause he knows how much he can get out of guys like that. I want to say this again because I know again, it was bantered about on Twitter. I know is Packers Twitter as well. We'll the raiders cut Jordy Nelson because they find Williams than have Brown. No Jordy Nelson redid his contract at the end of the season rapid season ended to make and sided flipped it towards fully guaranteed. Right. Now. So it's a team friendly contract. There's no way the raiders are gonna cut me take that cap it they have until Friday to make the decision. But why would they do that? They have veteran receivers one the understands Gruden system completely. Now, another one is the best receiver in the game. Arguably and a guy six foot four that Rosa four four that knows the division and has played outstanding the division you got weapons for car. They're not going to take a weapon away because they added to I'm sorry. That's just not going to happen. So for those it will Jordy Nelson slow. Jordy Nelson can run rouses separate off route running Jordy Nelson's gonna be going against teams third corner. Sometimes their fourth corner, I will take Jordy Nelson at this stage in his career going against those corners that I would last you're going against teams number one. Because last year he came in as a number one receiver, but he really wasn't a number one receiver. There's a reason why he was like oh from his former team we talked about that last week. But. Now as a number two or number three receiver. I absolutely love Jordy Nelson role. Yeah. Not to mention his hands. That's the one thing. And and you saw in twenty eighteen even though the raiders had a terrible season. And Derek Carr wasn't great as far as getting things done when it mattered. I mean. Yeah. Numbers wise. He did. Okay. But as far as the big time moments. I mean, he wasn't that great. But joining Nelson putting balls on the ground either. That's one thing about it. And that's one of the reasons why he was brought in because he's going to secure the ball. And then he's gonna go. He's gonna make that tough catch for you in traffic. He's going to know how valuable ball security is. He knows that. I mean l he worked with Aaron Rodgers, and he wasn't gonna let that dude down. It's something about working with perfectionists. You're not going to let them down. You don't want to let them down. That's what makes Jordy Nelson. So damn good. That's what makes it Tonio Brownsville. Good because they are perfectionist. It's gonna make Derek Carr that much better because he's going to not want to let them down either. He's gonna wanna give them catchable balls. I mean, that's just that's just how this game works. You know? And so that's what's excited about it. So no, I don't see joining Nelson going anywhere. If anyone's going anywhere, I'll be. Seth roberts. He'll be the guy. That's that's cut let go and by the way, there's no debt there's no dead money on his on his contract if they cut him. So, yeah, if anything said Roberts is on the first thing smoking somewhere else. I would agree with that. I think he's the one that does get cut on think I going to have relatively soon that's gonna believe almost four and a half million dollars for point six million. I think Donald Penn is another one that's going to be that's another. I think seven million right there. And look people wanna say what they want about Jon Gruden, and we could say all we want about how bad Colton Miller played last year. Jon Gruden is not admitting. He made a mistake with Colton Miller over Jon Gruden is saying is we're gonna get him some help, and he went out and did that in a big way by getting a big man Trent Brown was really the first domino to fall. When the frequent free agency hit on Monday signing a huge deal for years. Sixty six million thirty six million guaranteed sixteen. Half per season making him the highest paid offense of lime in league history leaving New England this is a man that's like six eight I believe three eighty. I mean, that's ridiculous. That's air William size. The guys got really good feet long reach personally. And I don't know this to be one hundred percent true. I think he's going to be the left tackle Miller is going to be on the right side Parker, unless they find another guard is going to be swing between Dr smoke tackles and guards. And I think they found their left tackle to give their car time to throw the ball to Antonio Brown to Jordy Nelson, Terrell Williams to handle Boffa wherever's at running back running behind that, ma'am. It man it's going to lot of points. You know in the thing about it is and the reason why I love the signing Trent Brown is again, another word that I've been using a lot. He's versatile because he might be the left tackle. But you know, what he might be the right tackle. And I know it's a lot of money to pay for right tackle. But in the AFC west, it doesn't matter on the right side. You got von Miller coming at you at the right side. You've got joy. Bosa coming at you at the right side. You say you got guys coming at you on that right side. So in the AFC west, it might be make more sense for him to be the right tackle. That has always been the the suspect spot of that offense a line as far as a as far as I'm concerned over the last few years when the line was even solid, you know, Donald Payne was at the left, and then assembly was left guard and Hudson was there at the at the centers position, and then you had gave Jackson, and then you also had a an issue you gotta turnstile right there at the right tackle position. So maybe he plays right tackle. Maybe he plays left tackle either way. He's able to do both. He's also able to kick inside and be a guard if he had to he's done it. He's you know, what? I mean. He's done so many different things in San Francisco. He was very versatile. He goes the New England start sixteen games protects. Tom Brady goes on that playoff run and men he was outstanding in the playoffs after the and through the Super Bowl. And we all know how defensive that Super Bowl was to the point where people are saying, it's boring. Not me. I thought it was fine. But whatever there's you know, he he kept Tom Brady upright. In the Super Bowl against the dogs on that Rams defense. So yeah, I'm good with whatever they do with him wherever they decide to put him. He is a guy who can get it done. I'm excited about him. The problem. I have is can Tom cable get it done. That's my big question. Can Tom cable use him the way he's supposed to use him. Can't he make this offense align go from what it was last year? They gave fifty two sacks to two on their car and cut that in half or even more. You know, I mean that that line has got to give Derek Carr time or else here gonna be throwing the ball to anybody. I'll say this brother. I think this the maker break your for Derek Carr. And a lot of ways of giving them any reason to make excuses for him in terms of not being able to get the ball off because he often for mine or not having play makers to get the ball to. But I think if even bigger indictment to Tom cable who gave up two sacks last year is the line coach Yuki to you looking at a guy who I believe it was three. The last five years D worse office of lying grades in the NFL. According to pro football, focus. I'm not a big PF guy. But they've put up some really good numbers. I'm not to olitical, but the same time that's been that issue. incitement of how bad his lines have been and I'm gonna take one step further. Q? I was told yesterday prior to cable getting the job Pat hill, the former Fresno state coach was a finalist for the job, and many people believe he has the job until from cable was fired became available and then Gruden brought his old guy in to run the office of line. That would be don't be a pretty shocking to me if that was the case, and I I don't really know why Jon Gruden would make that call. I know he had said that he he really hadn't even didn't. He really notes on cable just knew of his accolades from the past. And look I I'll give Tom cable credit back in the day. He was he was one of the best coaches in the league. I remember everybody was singing his praises, but he's lost a step or twelve. Over the past few years. And I remember when he was in Seattle that offense ally couldn't block for nothing that offense ally was terrible right after marshawn Lynch they had no run game. And Russell Wilson was ready for his life the minute. He leaves and get fired. And then takes a job with the raiders all of a sudden Seattle's number one rushing team in the league Seattle also protecting the hell out of Russell Wilson. All of a sudden everything's turned around. What was the common factor? Tom cable, once he was gone Seattle's off it's a line became that much better. And a lot of people say that well, the Seahawks didn't put any any assets into that office a line. No, they did they may trades. They went to the draft. They signed free ages. They did a lot of things and nothing worked out. Tom cables, gone in everything sunshine Rose's puppy dogs lollipops, so Tom cable this he better get it. Right. This year, if not I think that the writings on the wall for him. I would agree with that so Terrell Williams the markets Joyner Brown big free agent signings dust, par for the raiders. But what neck are they gonna look to next? Will they retain Jared cook Gupta's, we'll tell you what we know right after if you're listening to Q and A on the silver and black pry podcast network. Powered by nation. Hey listeners. This is Luke Thomas show hosted enemy fighting if you like mixed martial arts and combat sports. You should check out our weekly show. The enemy our each Monday. 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Song writers producers journalists listen to switched on pop. Every week starting in March on the apple podcast app or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome back to QA. With your voice queuing me. Joe Rigo on the silver black pride podcast network. Powered by nation Q posed the question what next for the raiders in free agency, not just who they're going to bring in or looking to bring in but with the wrong guys. Now, we're broke tonight that a Jared cook he has the opportunity to meet with the saints coming up. He's taking a trip to New Orleans monitoring the situation from what I've been told. But he may be the number one tried into on the market, and he made up into war Orleans when it's all said and done are you willing to give him eight million maybe ninety year for four years to remain a raider or you willing to let him walk and hopefully be able to draft two guys could come in and play right away for Jon Gruden offense. I'm willing to let them walk. I think he's a hell of a talent. But I don't wanna pay him. What did he thirty one thirty two? I don't want him to. I don't want to pay him for four years. And I know that they've been writing some really good contracts. So I have confidence that they can write something that's really like a two year contract. It'd be able to get out of it. But if he's gonna sign for eight or nine million or he's gonna go and and make that move to the saints or even heard the patriots as well. That's fine. You know, more power to them. I think that he was a nice piece for for Derek Carr. But I believe in Mike Mayock, I really do. And maybe I'm being foolish, but I really believe in his draft inability because he knows these guys he knows what he's looking for. He's a very good talent evaluator one of the best. I think in the business, and I think he's going to be able to get it. Right. There's a lot of tight ends in this draft. There is a lot of tight ends in this draft that you can go out there and target and the raiders have opportunities to get a first round side. And if they want to I think John gruden's definitely going to use at least one of those first round draft picks on offense. If not to I would like to see him do all three on defense. But I don't think that's how it's going to shake out. I think he's definitely gonna use at least one on the offense aside the ball. And honestly, if there's not a wide receiver there, and I'm okay with not taking receiver. I'd be great will take a tight. I I'd have no problem with that. So jerry. Can go out there and get that big time money. This is probably his last opportunity to get a big contract going out of your business, man. You know, go ahead and get that. And the raiders will dip into the draft and see what they can do their. I think if the raiders are going to use any of the first round picks on offense will be tied in and get to be twenty seven the reason why if you have a guy if you're twenty seven nurse aide picks later, you're at thirty five you're probably gonna have the same type of let's say cornerback or deep it's lime in and they're going to be graded really similar. You'll be good. They're reading tailings. And looking things moves a look at a team like the Green Bay Packers who spent a lot of money on Wednesday to bring in three defense players and an offense alignment very team that I believe is gonna take tied in twelve. Are they gonna know you're looking at Noah fonder hockessin at twelve. And then Trevor one is not there, you're probably gonna see one in the mid twenties. And then it's earth Smith junior. And then there's a fall. Off. So you don't wanna be the guy that misses out on one of those big three, and then be stuck when having to do with the guy that aren't as good artists impactful. I'm thinking twenty seven is unless they both of them are off the board by twenty four and you're sitting there twenty four hundred look the guy like a lot of twenty four should be there. Twenty seven then take twenty four I think one of those two picks. And I'm I would say as it today. Twenty seven we'll be the spot to look for tight end for the raiders if they let cook go. Yeah. I think it'd be definitely in the either twenty four twenty seven I can't really pinpoint it to just one just because you just don't know how the boards going to shake out in front of them before they get to twenty four you'll know who's gonna make a trade who's gonna make moves. But I think that they're going to look for a tied in and I could see it being one of those last two picks right there, you the twenty four twenty seven if that's where they're picking it. I mean, there's a good chance that they moved back from four. So they do that who knows where they're at. You know, who knows what they're picking at at that point. So I mean, there's so many variables that can happen. But I don't expect it to be the first pick that they have in the draft. That's for sure. So I'm thinking in the second in the second or the back end of the the first round either twenty four twenty seven they look for the best tight end as their or the one that they covered the most of I I like Noah allot Noah fan. I like him a lot. But like you mentioned you think he's gonna go. Hi, maybe even twelve that. I in my opinion that it'd be very high for. But again, you just don't know how that boards gonna shake out and who's going to be there and who's gonna want you know, what they want at that spot. So it should be interesting. He's my favorite I like earth Smith a lot from Alabama. But I'm dude who really likes Alabama guys as well. So sometimes a little jaded, I I'll admit that off the top little a little bit. I mean. If you had your wavy Quin Williams through be herbs Smith, drew. It'll be MAC Wilson theon Thompson. I'm I'm not really that keen on the Thompson. I did in the national championship game. All I remember seeing the back of his jersey, and that wasn't very good. So that's crazy. Okay. So let's talk about some guys. Well, we will. Let's talk about this some house cleaning mongo Feliciano who the raiders really hope to sign and plugging the left guard. Buffalo often a lot of money more than the raiders. He took a chance to go there and start right away in buffalo with been the bills guys. They John Brown. Coal Beasley Frank gore. Yano? I mean, they add that if somebody else today as well, they really added some really nice pieces, and they they did they actually the giants called them before they call Cleveland back to check into see if they were interested in Odell veterans. Well, exactly they're trying to make some moves. Oh, yeah. And they added the all pro kick returner Roberts Andre Roberts as well. From the jets. Okay. So they they added a bunch of guys buffaloes team that gots Niki good. And I like their. Coach McDermott the guy's really buying him. So listen Yano gone to buffalo. And then we turn back to what could be, you know, there's there's some names out. There is a few of them. I have a few written down that kinda come is potential candidates. I talked about one earlier aired very new we know how the raiders like plucking former chief and bringing them into the silver and black and then having success seen them do it. We're rich Gannon. We seen them do with Harvey. William running gas Albert Wilson of remember Lewis. The last year to just didn't last long. Yeah. And he actually enjoyed his time in Oakland. He said, yeah, he thought it was they're doing things the right way. So that's always a good thing. But Eric vary is coming off in Killys that was they said day-to-day, but really it was almost month to month. You only played in like three games last year tuned a regular season one in the postseason, so far according to NFL network, and I believe it was Mike garafolo said that the doctor is a foot specialist was working on the work on his achilles said he should be good to go this year. She's fully cleared as somebody for a low a low deal the on the lower end that somebody that you really take a chance on if you're Jon Gruden might may know, I stay away from him. I mean, he's got damaged goods. He's damaged goods his wheels. A is. And if you're real is damaged man, you good to me as far as I'm concerned. Look he might be. Healthy. And this might be a good season for them. But I he's clearly on the decline of his career. And I just I just say no to him. I would pass on them. I bet you can get them probably on the cheap. And yet it'd be a nice little dagger to hit a hit Kansas City with. But I I just think that you could do better at this time at this stage of the game. You could probably do better. Clearly, there's guys at wanna play for the raiders where a lot of people thought people weren't gonna wanna play for the raiders. Oh, man. No one's gonna go on for that team their disaster their circus. Clearly, that's not the case. So they've had no problem being able to get guys to go to Oakland. And I'm sure that they're going to be able to get guys as well. Other guys as well. I just I'm just not very high on Eric berry. It was a good story. Everything that he's overcame and his his life in his career has been awesome. I wish him the best put at this point of the game. I just think that you know, his better days are behind him. And just go ahead. And and let them sail off into the sunset or sign with another team. I agree. I I would probably pass on berry. Just because I wanna younger died in there. I want Abrams. I know outer the guy that everybody has been on the raiders scouted him intensely earlier in the year all season that Delaware. Herb Adderley is is a hall of Famer. But I like Abrahams from Mississippi State. There's something about the way he plays. This the fact that he's a shirt hackler that he just flies to the ball. That's the type of guy. I would want on the back end of the first round he's available. But let's stay in Kansas City. We talked about this other guy earlier as well. The raiders pass rush. Someone opposite Arden key a guy that's out there that you probably could bring in and use him in various situations. Justin, Houston, you know, if he's used as a situational pass rusher. Like Dwight franey was late in his career. I could see that. But just in Houston, the problem with him is keeping them healthy when he's healthy. And he's engaged. He could definitely make things happen. So if he's a situational pass rusher, which sounds like a luxury if he is that guy I could see that if he's going to be that guy he'd be on the cheap as well. But dwight. Free who and I hate to say because for new a hall of Famer he's one of the best ever do it. But at the end of his career, he just like I said was that situational guy? You know, he came in on third and long he came in on second long. I mean, he was that guy passing situations. Okay. Hey, you know, Dwight go get him. You know, go hit him with the spin move get him with the club or whatever. And and that's what he did. If Justin Houston kind of adapt. And be that, dude. And I know he was kind of that guy last season with the chiefs if he can do that with the raiders, I wouldn't have a problem. Go ahead. And and giving a flyer on him check him out because again right now, the only real pass rusher on the roster is Arden key. And he didn't have a lot of success from the the the pass rushing. The the edge in two thousand eighteen he got there. He got home. He got his hands on the quarterback his problem with getting them to the ground. So yeah, I I wouldn't have no problem going head. You know, just giving him something. Very cheap veteran minimum or whatever maybe a little bit more and letting him go ahead and be that situational guy. I think they may have interest for the right price. I don't think he has interested in them. I think he wants to go to a team like New York with the jets to play with a Greg Williams. They got money to they got money. That's true. And they and they and they spent we'll talk about Levy, I'm Bill maybe a little bit later. The fact that the teams need a pass rush, and they let their to pass rushers go that to me is a is a red flag in the the alarms are up as a warning another guy who's been been hit with the injury bug last few years that a lot of success rushing. The quarterback EMA slide inside play some inside linebacker, and there's no guarantee he's going. He's going to go back to his former team, but clay Matthews. He's got us available as a free agent Green Bay's letting them go. There is some interest of bringing back at a reduced rate. Like five million dollars one year five million dollar proven type contract is that somebody you'd wanna see donning, silver and black. Clay Matthews is a pros pro you know, there's not too many guys come for Green Bay that aren't he's just those are one of those franchises. That are really well ran they always have been now, obviously twenty nineteen they're doing things a little bit different. It's not tit Thompsons Packers anymore. But. At the same time. It's their professionals. They're they're they're pros pros in. So if claim after us has any desire to go to the raiders and be a part of getting them back to where they need to be and be a guy that can help out and maybe mentor Arden key a little bit and help him with some technique and help him master the art of actually completing the sack I wouldn't have no problem with that. And you know, he he's got that long hair. I could see it coming out of that helmet. And you know, have that silver and black and here in hell's bells in the background of him getting a little juiced up. Yeah. It's all good, man. I I don't have no problem. Clay matthews. I wouldn't be opposed to clean Matthews coming in. I think in order for quite a be successful Gunther. We'll have to move him around to various places he L any movement inside moon to the right side of the left side. That's gonna have to do and you have to pick a spot to rush. He's not an every down player anymore. Right. Somebody. I've watched his entire career last year. He got hosed on a few calls for roughing the passer. That weren't roughing the passer calls ridiculous one couple of cost. His former teams from game. But at the end of the day, I think quake could be affective as a situational pass rusher not necessarily every down three down linebacker anymore. He's just not that guy can see somebody that is and just was released today. Zac Brown from the Washington Redskins plays middle linebacker. He's a guy that can get sidelined the sideline is that. A very productive career believe with the titans and then with the Redskins the rest games were really trying to find a way to bring CJ Moseley until the Justice out spit everybody to keep him from Alabama north. So what do you think about that ground potentially being a raider? I liked him a few years ago when the raiders attempted to bring him in before Washington got their hands on them. I I liked him a few years ago. And I remember that the raiders offered him a certain amount of money, and he wasn't. He didn't think that that was enough. And so he kind of clown them or talk about him on Twitter a little bit kind of look low key comments about the raiders. So I'm kind of out on the Brown thing. I think he's older and the tooth now. He's not really that guy. There's a reason why the Redskins let him go, especially when defence is basically their bread and butter. I know that they left they let another guy goes. Well, I think who was it a it was another former raider or he wasn't a for that ground was the former raider. But this guy that they let go with him. He was a former Reiter, and I forget who it was. But anyway, yeah, just I'm not big on Brown anymore. I think is better days behind him. So I'm good. I pass on that, dude. I would actually take you me. And I think he's the guy that can and will be successful wherever he goes get. I think he's a cop cement pro-. I don't recall this stuff on Twitter, but I do recall sky having over one hundred tackles and making plays for the Redskins. I like him. I think play I like to do I like to but his production has gone down each and every year. It's twenty sixteen twenty sixteen. He was had a Moscow year with the bills under a believe Rex Ryan at the time one hundred forty nine tackles, then in twenty seven hundred twenty seven tackles last year ninety six tackles, you know. I mean, it's like. His production. His sacks of going down. I know Sackler his number one thing. But I mean, he goes from four to two and a half to one. He has one interception zero interceptors there. I mean, everything about his production is slowing down. It's just kind of like his age is starting to slow down. So I just I I don't know, man. I mean, if they're desperate for a linebacker that can get it done. And I know he knows the game. And he'd probably be one of those guys that Paul gutter wouldn't have a problem bringing in and just kinda plugging him in. But I I just feel like you can go and get a guy out of the draft. And and he can plug and play and be your guy for quite a while Paul guy that is available Montana. Perfect home. Brought the day conversation considered the history that he has seen him in AB. But would you birthed on your team, man? I don't that dude. I don't think so he's he's not gonna play a whole season. He'll be suspended for four games. And then it'll be you know, I mean, then he'll he'll he'll miss another couple for injury. Now. He's just a dirty, dude. You know, I mean, and then again, you brought up a AB. I don't know how that would go over in the locker room either. I don't know if AB wants to all of that do can walk. In in because I mean, he feels wronged by too. So I I don't know. I think I'd have to give it a strong pass. But at the same time you do need you do need a car thief on your team. And I don't think they have that Carthy it. I like the fact that on defense you have to have a few those guys they gotta have it. Ain't no screws in it. Yeah. He's a no they need goons like that. Yeah. Do the raiders have that on defense? Currently do they have anybody like that currently under defense? Then you're walking down the alley. You're like, man. Yeah, I'm cool. 'cause I got I got Q Whitney. No. I mean, they don't they don't they don't have that dude right now. I don't think I mean, I'm trying to think of who they have that. They could even think about considering. I mean mo- hers is a dog Jonathan Hagans is a dog, but that's on the defensive line. And that's right there in the in the middle detached positions either they need a guy that can that could roam. And and, you know, be make you make you fear coming across the middle of the field. So now, I mean, they don't have that guy. They need that guy. But they don't have. I don't think so well someone that in thirty that's available and wash down the west coast and dominant sue he's not gonna resign with the Rams and Rappaport reported as either the Seahawks chargers or raiders are his preferred destinations would you be interested in coming in and playing on that defensive mind. Yes. Yeah. I would be I don't know if he's going to be motivated like he was towards the end of the season with the with the Rams, you know, I mean there are certain parts of the season. Where look I okay. This is a guy that. We know who he is. You know, he's that Nebraska sue, and then there was size where it's like where do you go? Is there any kind of disappeared on that playoff run with the Rams on the way to the Super Bowl? Also, you see he was a motivated, dude. And if he's gonna come in there and be a motivated, dude. Yeah. I can see that. And again that that you wanna talk about goon that is an absolute goon. I'd be okay with that as well. Hail. Yes. Now, if you wanna put together the alternate goon squad high ham, amber fit to no, no, no that that'd be great. You kidding me? That doubt be like old school. Tom Flores, Lau Vado net million raiders, bro. Now, if needed the the real like, okay, the league is out to get us because every tag will there is a flag for sportsmanlike conduct or or spinning or whatever I would be down for that. If I can get though I'm down for that, bro. The old school raiders win survive in this in this day and age of football. They wouldn't they couldn't make it. There's no way there'd be Jackson's. You can't have that. That's those cats would be they'd be old school writers that couldn't make it. Those those school teams would not there's so many players that are in the hall of fame. They got a goal Jackie that if they played now, they would never make it. They wouldn't even be that guy because they're not allowed to do half the stuff that they did it just wouldn't work and that goon squads together get those two guys together. Oh, no, no. You can't do that. Imagine the fund that that defense could have though about I mean, if you really think about it, you get those two there would be a lot of fun. That'd be fun to watch you want. Somebody with an attitude plays with an edge. Somebody that's available. As of right now is lot receiver golden Tate. Is that somebody that you wanna have in your locker room that could play plays with an edge? And they can do the dirty work to maybe free up. Antonio Brown's and free up tyrel Williams and give car national security blanket just underneath routes. I actually was one in the raiders the grab a golden Tapei. I don't want the raiders the grab him. Now. I think that they've already done enough as far as a free agents go with, you know, grabbing Antonio Brown by trade, and then giving him a little guarantee money, and and now tyrel Williams giving him that big deal. I don't think they need to go get golden Tate. I think joy Nelson could be you know, could could do the dirty work from the slot in and do some some dirt over the middle and be that possession receiver. I think they can also pick up a nice wide receiver in the draft as well. So if they hadn't gone and got Tyrell Williams, I could see them using golden Tate as some similar to what like anquan Boldin was at the end of his career with the forty Niners. And you know, what I mean that kind of guy where he's just that the hands do the possession, dude. He can get some yak yards, obviously. But I think that I at this point I could pass golden Tate, but I did like him originally. But then after they signed tyrel Williams. I was good. I'll take it that you feel family about Randall Cobb day. Yeah. No, definitely passing Randall Cobb. I would agree on both cases. We got an Email, and it was like or excuse me, the tweet from a j k b k. Thirteen sixteen that asks the he heard the raiders and the bears are talking about a deal that would send Jordan Howard to the raiders as true or not. I haven't heard anything about that to be honest with you know, I haven't either matter of fact here that he's probably going to get cut. So I don't know if they would really going to make a trade for him. I think he's a guy that you can wait it out. And and hang out and see if the the bears released him, he's not a guy that fits what? Matt Nagy wants to do in Chicago. He just doesn't fit their scheme. And sometimes that happens. They have a really good offense. Or they have very creative off. It's not gonna say it's good yet. But they have creative offense, and he's just not a part of it. So I could see them letting him go. But I don't think that the raiders have to make a trade form if they're interested in they just got a hold it. Hold out a little while, and he'll probably be released choice of draft or who's left as a free agent or one back that you could realistically ad or a draft pick or whatnot. Who would it be? What way would you go? Well. Route. So a guy in the draft to to you have your choice. You get one choice. You can either if you drafting somebody you're probably bringing back Lynch for one year, and you get everything that that comes with marshawn. If you go free agent, you're not bringing Lynch back or if your trading for running back, though, you have to be realistic. It's like they're going to trade. We'll give up our second round pick for saquon Barkley, right, right? Not going to happen. They're not trading Barkley. So would you choose one route with route would it be? And if it's a free agent or trade who would that be I'm going to go draft. And I got two guys that I'd pick. I'd pick a pick you the data from Alabama socking and or pick Darrelle Henderson from Memphis. One of those two cats of the way, I'd go bottomline if I'm gonna go and get a guy that's running back. That's the only way I'm going to go. I'm not going to bring in a free agent. Now, if a guy like Jordan Howard, happens of end up, you know, cutting release maybe I'll I'll look at him and kick the tires on him. But honestly, I think guy like Darrell Henderson a guy like Josh Jacobs could do wonders in gruden's offense. And you know, I have no problem bringing marshawn Lynch back one more year to play in Oakland for the final year. And hopefully, he's motivated in season Tonio Brown out there and thinks that hey, this team can do some things and kind of reminds him of his own ole Seahawks teams, go out there and and tries to get after it one more time. So that would that would be fine with me that that'd be the way I'd go I'll go draft. And it would be Henderson last thing. A friend of the show. TQ coordinates supposed to jump on tonight. He was coming back from out of state and quite got delayed. He's on one of those planes that president forty five grounded. So he got spike got diverted and he's in the air right now. He's literally texted us right before we went on actually during the early part of the show and said that he wasn't able to jump on because of that. So he's gonna make it up. We may have a unapologetic true tomorrow with mean him will. See what the schedules like if not we'll get him on next week on QNA to let everybody know where they can follow. You want Twitter at your boy Q two five four. It's real civil at your boy Q two five four very active on Twitter. Usually you hit me back. Are you hitting me? I'll usually hit you back ace app, and you could do that anytime of the day. It's all good. I guess I'm probably on Twitter too much. But it's all good at you can find me there all the time. Yeah. I agree. I I literally shut my Twitter down last night. And the would the last week that I retweeted was mar our friend Benjamin Albright been degrade. You won. The best follows for inside information at all Ben knows his he. He's he's connected as well as anybody Abang, but go to bed you savages quit hitting S five something. Yeah. And it was it was about nine thirty. And that's when actually I shut it down to or no closer to ten in. 'cause I was I mean the last you days has been one just a blur. So I'm I'm very grateful that is kind of slowing down a little bit most until tomorrow morning, but you can find me on Twitter at Joe, Rigo awro geo- we want. Everybody listening cumin as always thank you for everything that you do the season. Nobody knows about for the people on our staff man, you're phenomenal. What you do with all the projects you have going on. Definitely. And glad that the you're you're rocking which were boy in in your on board at this man, you make this much more enjoyable stamos. Just me. Yeah. Well, we're going to get some big things come in, man. You know, there's been a lot of folks that have become hitting on the on the shows that we've been putting out, and, you know, saying that they like him then everything man. And we in our minds in my mind and Joe's, my we got some some plans that we're working on. So stay tuned. If you're doing what you're. You're here right now. Hopefully, you'll be joining a lot more on a whole 'nother level sooner sooner rather later. So we got a lot of things we're working on absolutely NFL. I wanna thank all the listeners, man. I took it the show last week. But in the two months that we've been doing the show we're up over four hundred percent in terms of downloads, and with that because you guys raider nation or some of the best fans there are in the world. 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Episode 47:  The Element: A Conversation On Color, Class, and Culture with Dr. Jordy Sparks

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

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Episode 47: The Element: A Conversation On Color, Class, and Culture with Dr. Jordy Sparks

"Places please world is short the world is sure spine just months. World is short the world. Sure the they tell you what's going on and this is Aaron giving you episode forty seven at the semi social life of a black introvert. Podcast a hope. You're having a beautiful week man which you found some beauty in your life this week. I know that Yo Pandemic Time Corona virus and covert nineteen still the talk of really the world. But I hope that with your vision as the leader that you can find some beauty within the blemish in. I mean that wholeheartedly. I mean that sincerely gave an example like we are most definitely tough in stressful times. We are in the presence of hearing about death in economic collapse in not having our jobs and all these sort of things that are mind really doesn't want to deal with but we hear echo throughout our day in. It really is a constant but you know I. I am the type of person who I feel all those emotions. All that Stress Auditing Zaidi. I Philip Throughout my day. The only way that I can remove that stress that ings -iety that pressure is to get outside my virement in find beauty. I normally do this each night by running. Yes even in the wake of a MoD are Berry's death actually killing. He was killed. I still run each night five to six miles because running gives me a sense of purpose. Each night I run. I don't feel like running but my body needs it in my mind needs. Is it time for me to press reset to decompress to look up at the stars and see like I am a part of a beautiful world as I run? I could to hear kids laugh. I get to see people During their yard I get to look around and see flowers blooming and I get to fill one with nature my mind. My attention isn't so focused on the news as opposed to focus on. What's new so when I run? I make it a point to find beauty. I'm making a point to hear something beautiful. I make a point to be in the presence of beauty as a man of faith in our call. These moments God moments or or deported. God's plan like these moments in which I know God is speaking to me. I need to listen up. Not The news is speaking to me but like God is speaking to me. Not someone calling me up and stressing me out. But Nah God speaking to me and I try to slow life down enough to feel the words of Phil the presence and just live in those moments. This week I had a couple of moments men in which had a couple of God moments in which my Some of my students men they were hit me up and this just to see Dorn as their mentor. A teacher as a person and also one of my students and And I could tell that she needs some courage. -ment moment she she hit me up like Mr Aaron Boom. Let me be a source of comfort for you. Let me be as a source of encouragement for you. Let me be a source of hope of love. Compassion of empathy. Another student. Hit me up about a question about the Bible one in an hate and how to feel during the time in which it seems like black men and women are being harassed and hunted and killed due to the color of the skin as a teenager as a inquisitive. Mind as a deep thinker. She wanted to know how. How much was the Phil about this? It was a beautiful conversation because I knew it was a moment. I knew it was a moment. Which in being thirty five and being a an older in the community and being a leader in the community it was my chance to continue to teach continue to invest in my students. It continued to invest in my community. Continue to invest in humanity. Both my students brought a great and wonderful points. Both are talented intelligent in and wonderful both have invested in my life in. Hopefully I've invested and there's it's all silk for those moments and look for your moment's look for your moments of beauty and your moments to invest moments. There changed someone's life and change their day and really just changed their perspective. Don't be so quick shopping and blow your money but understand that as countries reopen as cities reopen. Instead of spending your money you probably have greater. Opportunity to invest emotionally spiritually. In someone else is funny. How the world is telling US money to boost the economy? But how you know when I hear that part of my God moment is to hear that. Nah Not about spending money to boost the economy but how many people are willing to invest their time and energy to boost humanity. This world wants you spend money but really I think the purpose the God the Guy Plan the God moment is to invest your time near energy to boost humanity. You're I'm excited about this episode. Oh man like This is another one that sorta God moment episodes in which Y'all was frustrated last couple weeks last two episodes. And if you listen to the last two episodes the food for thought and which I continued to expound upon my fillings and thoughts because Sony the killing the murder of Ahmad are very at the hands of two white men in Georgia who followed who chased him who confronted him and shot him three times killing him. A modern day lynching and The last episode that I did I drop last. Thursday was code dear America a call to my white brothers volume to a job to find one last year and and you know I plan on dropping this week volume three featuring my brother who happens to be White Jordi sparks as a voice for White America in the more. I thought about that. Like Nah. It's not gonNA work because one thing I hate as a black man is to be the the speaker a black America. I hate it when people ask me questions air. Why do black people do this? We're not a monolith. There's so many different types of black folks in black America some people like Kale Greens some people kale chips. Some people like fried chicken. Some people like baked chicken. That's his two items right there. There's sort of separate the culture. I hate being the so-called voice and representative and whatever council a Black America. So I didn't WANNA put my brother my friend Georgie sparks has same predicament of having to represent white America on such a touchy issue on such a critical issue. I've known Jordy sparks for over twenty years. And He's been a standup guy says unknown when he speaks he doesn't speak four White America. He speaks for humanity. Improbably the best part of humanity the hopeful part the part that is willing to put in the work to create change and so I switched up. The title of this episode. Gone is dear America according my white brothers volume three. That was not gonNA work for this episode instead bring wore the element. The conversation of race class and culture would Dr Jordi L. Sparks. Hope you'll enjoy schizophrenia. Are Sitting here with my brother. My friend Really what the mentor. Dr Sparks who was an educator who they social activists who Disa- champion for humanity. So Jordi I greatly appreciate you for doing this interview for taking your time out of your day. Thank you so much for reaching out to me. I'm a I'm a big fan longtime follower first time participant on the podcast. So I appreciate what you're doing and it's awesome. Connect with you again. After some years of just connected on social media sounds good here voice and be talking with you before you in the work that you've been doing absolutely you're you're one of the first people when I drop the podcast to hit me up and just Tell me that was definitely motivation from Kosovo. Yeah I always appreciate you and this is going to be a good topic or subject in a hot right into it. Yosso European with the recent death of Ahmad are berry really just others like him including the Young Woman in Louisville today who who was shot and killed in her own home as she slept another African American dying at the of either loan. Forcement or Vigilantes taking lives as a white male as a college graduate with the family and potentially even escaping Diaz of the reality of Racial Discrimination Social Justice and economic disparity like. Why do these issues resonate with you? I mean I think first and foremost a hearing about armory and Right next to that hearing about Sean. Read in Indiana. His his execution was live streamed on on facebook. And then hearing about Briana Taylor. It just reminded me of Eric. Garner's life is taken in and people like out and sterling's life is taken. You got these folks who the rallying cry was like. I can't breathe in about a lot especially when things like this happen so quickly back to back and think about like people in in a state of concussion Like like really can't catch the breast and can't recoup quick enough to be able to respond to the next tragedy and that to me I think one of the most mind blowing things about this type of inequity and injustice is that they literally happened so much so often in in so back the back that it doesn't allow people to catch your breath. You'll have people saying I can't breathe and there's a there's a larger meeting behind that because how do you. How do you respond to trauma in a way? That's that's that's effective. That's healthy when when you're in the midst of it like you from from something has already happened. Like how do you respond? And so for me like I think as as a white man I feel like my white brothers and sisters need to be mad as hell because this whole notion of privilege says you know that you like the best described as something problem unless the problem to you personally and my question. The people about that is why. Isn't this a problem to you? Personally what is it about another person whose life is being taken you know in the streets? Why isn't that something that affects you personally? Like how are you so detached from human beings so disconnected from loving caring for another person that you can't become angry and fed up in mad in In in concerns in the same way as if it was someone that you're close with. Yeah so you know. It's IT'S NOT. It's not about Whether or not my accomplishments and the opportunities that have had in my life Creates an opportunity for me to escape all that. I think what it does is. It helps me gain a better understanding of just. How deeply interconnected these issues of race and socioeconomic status and social injustice and inequity like? Let's me understand. I didn't even deeper level of how how interconnected these things are and how much it's going to take not only the people who are most impacted by this especially our communities of color but how to take people who have historically had the power and have been this centralized in in centered voice. I invite people to actually say something to do something as well absolutely and we have to play a part in this period absolutely I mean just you know. Go off that question. How shooed White America view? These deaths I mean deaths. A lot of these moments are now captured on video. The caption on the phone played on the news house. White America view this we. We should see it for what it is in. That is that it's deepen justice that all of us have inherited I'm not asking to feel guilty about it. I'm asking us to feel responsible to do something about it. You know I follow Tim wise really closely in. He's a white guy who speaks a lot about issues like this and he often talks about how white people are not to feel guilty about this or to feel shame about this but to actually some sort of responsibility because doesn't do anything guilt is inactive But responsibility means you're the do something about this and so the way that I think that other white folks should should be understanding in perceiving the deaths of people color at whether the hands of the authorities or or to. Your point vigilantes like we should see this as racism evolved. Racism isn't gone. It didn't go anywhere when we got a black president. It didn't go anywhere with civil rights movements were were still in its civil rights movement. As far as I'm concerned in racism how the wave evolving and the stuff that we're seeing happened nowadays is in my opinion still a modern day lynching we haven't gotten past it's just volved into a form that people can digest differently because it's it's on our phones it's on our computers it's an RTD US crazy. We don't see the same type of thing happening when a white person loses their life in the public eye like it's not content to be digested in the same way that it is when it's a black around person is true is I think can some ways we almost nam out to some that. Use a book about the concussion in situations happening back to back to back in in my experience as a black American in seeing these situations pop up on a video now but back in the day when we were telling people like this is happening the US this is going on in and it was falling on deaf ears. It was like well. You need proof. Now that there's proof this seems to be a level of numbness of not wanting to deal with the true issue. How do we address that numbness? How do we address those those fillings of really of of humanity of all of us being connected in? So what affects you? What affects me should affect you. What affects you should affect me. How do we sort of deal? That issue numbness. It's interesting that the whole notion of numbness because when you think of the feeling of being numb it. It creates to things like a it masks in hives feeling. That's actually there in be. It makes you less capable of responding reacting or doing something because you're not experiencing the First place and so like I think we have been conditioned to that and again it it really does. Go back to this idea If you you know something's on our problem to you personally then it's not a problem and so unless you actually having having true sense of empathy. That's been something that either has been developed you by someone or you have worked on developing yourself and your yourself as a discipline unless you have that sort of empathy and being able to understand that like as another human being my my life is is connected to your life in my my being unless you actually have understanding of that. It's very very easy and convenient and comfortable to operate the feeling of bum. I mean that's another thing that numbers does for right like put you in a feeling of comfort It allows you not to experience the pain in the same way that that that you'd experience without that being a mask and so I mean it makes me. It makes me think of a conversation that I'll have oftentimes with with my wife. Sarah in you know my son Mac who is now eight years old. He is oftentimes involved in these conversations to and we talk about just how different my day to day life is as a as a white man in comparison to Soma High Black and Brown friends. I mean like people who I dearly love and who are members of our extended family and we have these real conversations about just like leaving the house and getting in a car in going to do everyday things. My friends who are who are black and brown like half the stake at a higher level of consciousness that I have to operate on Because of all the things that possibly could happen like I don't have to run to the scenarios when I'm getting a Marcos where I'm going out for job and in just even the fact that I have to say that well it like it makes me angry right and I I should say I'm having those conversations with my family because that's the way did empathy as tall as the way the empathy is conditioned. I Want my children in the people that have contact with and the students that I've been able to teach in lead over the years. I want them to understand To the best that they possibly can that their experience is not the same as someone else's experience in figuring out what some of those experiences is the truest form of human connection. And if you get that then you value human life at a whole different level than than before absolutely absolutely so like when you saw. Did you watch the video of a motto there? What were your what were your first thoughts. What were your first sort of emotion In watching the video hearing the sounds seeing the footage what were you thinking? I was emotional anytime I see something like that. And it's you know it happens so often now that that I can speak to to the trend that I see when I when I watched video like this That's often happens is just like being enraged and then be totally sad and broken hearted at the same time because I begin to think about all the different ways that already the rationalization the justifications that people are going to offer up best why something like this can happen and why it can be a bystander. Mcchord it in the first place. Yeah Yeah So. So yeah now the the the descriptions I have are just being enraged being broken hearted sick to my stomach an angry raves again feeling confrontation. Because I'm like I know what people are going to save up this like they're already going to have to why this was acceptable. Absolutely absolutely When when we started talking about that mentality of a really just hate and death. I've had a lot of conversations with my white colleagues in the perception is that white supremacy does not necessarily affect or extend. Its hate enough really into the White America. White community to affect the bottom line of the ruling class. They think that they're almost like two steps away. From white supremacy in your opinion how does white supremacy? How does how does even raise his? How does that negatively affect White America is illness? Man I mean. It's it's sickness in. It's actually interesting. You know we. We may talk about this little later but back in twenty sixteen thousand fifteen. Maybe I wrote. I wrote a blog post about how the election of Donald Trump in this whole make-america-great-again notion would that it made sense But that was the slogan because in order to become to get better you have to discover your sickness and your illness I and to me the ushering in of Donald Trump in the platform which he ran was an indication of just. How sick in how ill white. America had become because we were all victims of supremacist culture in all complicit in at the same time you know we were born into this and we inherited it in but we also because of our inaction perpetuated in so. I'm thinking a lot about another person that followed very closely. Britney pack and she talks about how the more you benefit from supremacy. The more responsible you are to dismantle it and one of my hardest conversations that I've had to have with with white friends and white family has been how they benefit from white supremacy and how they benefit from white privilege? Because it's such it's such a conversation. brings people barrier to defensive right away. And what I'm trying to communicate the focus is you. Can you can be complicit in something and not and not be complicit intentionally or willingly but once you're made aware of how you complicit in it you have a responsibility to get in and so like that choice point of okay now that. I'm aware I'm going to do something or not is a very very critical one for what? I believe for for White America because of what it says. You're either going to be racist. Be Not be racist. Still not good enough or see. You're going to be races. Which is where we need to be. Because it's no longer good enough just to be not racist anymore in a culture in In a society in which we live like you actually have to be antiracist you have to actively be working to dismantle some of the institutional and systemic barriers that that are part of our DNA in American are part of our history as white America and people like to kind of see themselves as as removed from some of the more horrific things that we see on social media and TV and in our. But you if if if we do a little research around the pyramid of hate which anti Defamation League talks about a lot every single act of discrimination bias motivated violence. They all stemmed from foundation of biased attitudes stereotypes. Stereotype fear differences Microaggressions which you talk to white folks about a lot of times. They lose their mind. Is You know but they simple. You can't you can't have hate motivated behavior. And have vigilantes chasing someone down jogging industry because they want to enact justice industry. You can't have any of that without a fine foundation of biased attitude. Absolutely like when you when you have. These conversations are not tough conversations and other conversations that be even a bit awkward. But how how do you feel like people in especially you know the white folks that you speak to? How did they take? What are some of the reactions When they hear you speak on such matters. It's it's a few different responses on the one that I most recently gotten used since I had the opportunity to go back and pursue my doctorate at Harvard. Was You know you just think that way because you went to like that liberal institution? And you've been brainwashed like I get a lot from my my white pentecostal brothers and sisters and and so that's that's the more recent one but the one that's the most common is just starting with like very basic stuff like you know. I. I lead a lot of the work. In our school district. In OCEANSIDE IN CO-LEAD IT CO facilitated around implicit bias an unconscious bias and just those initial conversations around the fact that like everybody has implicit bias. And we all operate stereotypes and we all have some sort of privilege again like put people in the defense really quickly and and the common reaction that I get from. People is rather than talking about how they might benefit or or has some sort of privilege from the society which were in they go to wanting to justify why they do not have privilege. I E E I work hard together get and I came from. Nothing worked my way up in so you can't tell me that I benefit from and just listen I ask questions and I typically respond with the same thing and that is like I'm not discrediting any the hard work that you've done and I'm not demeaning where you are in position or status or accomplishment in your life or now all on saying is you getting there in the trials and tribulations struggle. You had none of the color of your skin and so. I TRY TO HELP. People understand that yes. You did have struggles. You did have trials. You did have Challenges but they were not because of what you look like. You spoke earlier in terms of president trump And in some his views on race class culture like how. How much influence do you feel like? He has upon this country In regards to those things more of a do people sort of overstep his his influence or is he more influential. What we sort of believe enough so it's hard for me to say that he's more influential than what we believe in. No because I think if anything it is it is his platform that he that he has that he's built in. He knows that he has. That is the thing that really gives him. Voice in gives voice in power in and conviction to a lot of other people who have been waiting for this talk green light to happen for a long time definitely since we had the first black president. But but it's been around there before that this this whole idea of white backlash like it's a real thing you can. You can track it throughout American history but I do believe that him him. Being ushered in as our president was in response to historical moment for the United States in having a President Light Barack Obama people people were just kind of like waiting to like. When when is it going to be our turn? You know they. They took something from us and so I think you do. I believe that he is a racist. Yes I think you all you need to do is pay attention to his history from You know how how he managed his properties to sentenced to the way that he responded and reacted to the central park five. It's pretty clear that that he stands in a place that is high power high privilege and the way that I look at. It is someone who has just an insane amount of privilege His entire life and has so much. Disposable privilege like that type of stuff Gives you a platform and when you have a platform you either? You either use your privileged to on that platform to change things and to you know to the early tomorrow earlier point like dismantle some of the inequities that exist in our society or use your privileged net platform to exacerbate and perpetuate them. I think it's been pretty clear what he intended to do. With his president his platform not only as president but like before he became president like he has a history of of giving voice to people who are racist people who are misogynist. People who are a phobic like he's he has a history of providing that that platform and so I think that like it's it's powerful because so many people were waiting in the wings to be given that begin that microphone be given that That loudspeaker do you feel like where do you feel like? We are with with an American history within American society. Do Philip a boiling point are we. Are We headed there? What are some of your In terms of where we are currently I would consider a boiling point. Am I want to be careful about that? Because I don't think it's you know a boiling point could be described as like this one instance one in this moment in time and I think it's a little bit longer than that so I think the the water has been boiling for some time now and we can say started in twenty six hundred. We could say it started before that but I think there's definitely a a clear trend that's been going on for for some years That has our nation at a place where it's like the Phil- fragile and I and I think if anything what this cove in nineteen Crisis has really demonstrated is. I was talking to memories to net right talking to him about this and he we were talking about this illusion of separateness where people feel like they're are so different in distance distant from each other and part of what this whole crisis has has shown people is that that's an illusion. Like you can act like you're not interconnected to the other two others but clearly we are like this this disease this virus while it definitely is impacting communities of color in a different and I believe in a more harmful way. It's also not discriminating and that way I see it as like just kind of illuminating. How weak and how inequitable a lot of our systems are And how irresponsive our government can be. And I think that's even more tree now because we have someone who holds the highest office in the land who is not interested in the sanctity of life regardless of what he might say but really is interested in the bottom line the Almighty dollar and so that perpetuates a lot of the tensions that exist in communities especially in communities of color that also exposes a lot of what people may may have been under the false notion of that like we've gotten better in terms of race relations like no. We have it in something like this will exacerbate that. Illuminate that and it will point you in a pretty an pretty clear way to the fact that the inequities are still deeply rooted and in our in our country and I think we have someone in the office the President now who will will leverage that inequity in level that leverage that fragility in a way that That is really dangerous for people. Yeah so I mean so so you spoke on our sort of lack of leadership. here in America In in the Gray Oval Office. So even though we're a nation that lacks leadership. What what is? What's your were your call to leaders currently What are some of the things you believe? Leaders should be doing To COMBAT TO COMBAT RACISM TO COMBAT Rizla Govt. What's your yeah. What's your quarter leaders? What's your encouraging words leaders out there. my my. My encouragement to leaders again is is a couple of things one is that it's no longer acceptable. Were good enough to be not racist. But you had that you have to be anti-racists. You have to actively be interrogating and understanding and dismantling the inequities that are in place that that you may have inherited that are just by nature of the work that you do But you have to make me have to have the assumption going into whatever leadership. Oh you're in. Whatever organization leading that there are some sort of practices barriers policies? Precedents that are in place that were in place to create inequity. And you have to actively dismantle those And so I I asked leaders enter into you know whatever work they do in a way. That is Curious like they need to be curious. They need to be asking questions. They need to be questioned oriented and they need to speak and act with conviction. recognizing that Policies precedents practices. Do not change on their own Anything that has been constructed can be deconstructed. That's active work that has to be done. And then I think about just being honest in real up front and vulnerable with the people that you are given the opportunity to lead. Got To be authenticated people you have to be real about the issues that people are facing and you have to be. You had to act with conviction fronting those especially when it comes to issues of race class socioeconomic status speaking from like the school perspective. Because that's the job up. Lived in and you know I recognize how public education is with with some of these inequities and so then the other thing I would say is like my foundation is is rooted in my faith and I believe that truly believe that the Gospel is a story about social justice. And so I tell people I think a lot about are often about Romans. Twelve to where talks about not being conformed to the world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. That's a call to me. That's a call to Action Leadership. So we know how the world operates in. And when I say that I'm talking about no the inequities that exist in how they've been constructed in the call is like don't buy into that but instead be transformed by the renewing of your mind. How renew your mind? Will you act with empathy? You Act with conviction you ask questions you recognize that that people have stories and experiences that are not yours so those are listening to my calls to actually leadership or call two leaders. Thank you Jordi for blessing the Mike of the semi social life of a black inner podcast. You know I I I appreciate Jordi for taking time to speak about such a tough issue an issue that we don't really talk about as much because it makes a lot of people uncomfortable but you know we're also uncomfortable when it comes to living this life of hate crimes in living this life of watching the news and seeing now the person murdered another person killed whether they be black. White doesn't really matter. This life is not about our comfort. We have to find ways to have these conversations to talk about touchy issues. We have to take off our privilege and that extends to a little bit everybody know only White America but also black America not only men women. We all have sort of a air privilege that we can walk into a times. We have to be able to take that off. Nba Part of the conversation to listen to build to connect into. He'll as a black man. It breaks my heart man to watch the videos of Ahmad are berry to watch his see Flannel Casteel. Eric Gardner to hear the stories of Trayvon Martin to know that when I take a jog around my neighborhood China stay fit. Keep my body right. The someone could assume that I'm a criminal. I'm a thief and take my life into their hands. Those are some of the ills of our society. But we have to have the conversations about the ills if we expect to heal within swirled. Jordy said in That last question really stuck with me because I know him to be a man of faith as he stated faith is very important also as he was talking about faith it just. I knew I was in a God moment. In that moment in which we have to have faith even the face of fear we have to show a lead a life of love even in the face of hate. That's being purpose driven. That's seeing not to me but the we within the humanity faith is a fight. Faith is not passive. Faith is a fight because you almost had to fight blindly with each step. That's what faith requires you to go. Into in certain situations and what with the power the fortitude with the courage of seeing something that most came gaze upon most don't knows their that's faith these conversations in which people say you know. I don't need to talk about it because nothing's going to change. I don't need to talk about race. Only talk about racial discrimination. I don't need to talk about white supremacy because nothing's going to change when people say things like data shows a lack of faith a lack of heart and a lack of vision all those layers out. There me included. Are we ready for that conversation? Are we ready to be the person that bridges the gap? The person stays in the middle of the bridge. It connects humanity. Or WE'RE GONNA continue to sit on the sidelines. The life talking about what so-and-so's. Shoulda done questioning every decision instead of being the answer to the problem. Where's our faith whereas our love? Where's our conversation? They're all with the leaders. Who's ready to step up better yet? Who's ready to speak? That's it ladies and gentlemen journeys over our show thank you. You're listening to the semi social life of a blackens for podcast episode. Forty seven as always get at me on instagram. Get at me on twitter. Leave me a message. Let me know how Dorn and please add the Guests that we had on the show him. Some questions at Jordi. Sparks IS AT J. O. R. D. Y. S. P. A. R. K. S. on Instagram. Let's be leaders. Let's lead the conversation. Let's lead this humanity toward hill. I love your jaw. That's always be well Don Com. That is do produ. Parting is such sweet sorrow.

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AM QUICKIE: September 24th, 2019 w/ Lucie Steiner & Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:20 min | 1 year ago

AM QUICKIE: September 24th, 2019 w/ Lucie Steiner & Sam Seder

"Breath it's Tuesday September twenty four. I'm Lucy Steiner and I'm Sam Cedar. Which of these stories will you be talking about today. A new report says is trump personally ordered a hold on Ukrainian military aid as Nancy Pelosi finally starts looking into impeachment. Meanwhile centrist think tank third ways testing attacks on medicare for wrong with some help from Joe Biden's friends and lastly New York prosecutors reject trump's quotes sweeping immunity claim against a subpoena for his tax returns. You are listening to majority. FM's uh-huh am quickey and these are the stories you need to know the Washington Post reports that President even trump told his acting chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney to hold back almost four hundred million dollars in military aid for Ukraine at least a week before a phone call in which trump is said to have pressured should the Ukrainian president to investigate the son of former vice president Joe Biden. The report says administration officials were instructed to tell lawmakers that the delays were part of an inner agency process process but to give them no additional information a pattern that continued for nearly two months until the White House released the funds on the night of September eleventh. Meanwhile seven Freshman Democrats who flipped flipped Republican seats wrote an OP ED in the Washington Post calling for impeachment proceedings against President Trump and it's being reported that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been quietly discussing with top allies hasn't lawmakers about whether the time has come for impeachment finally Bloomberg reports that Third Way everyone's favorite corporate Democrat think tank has been using a firm with close ties to former Vice President Joe Biden's twenty twenty Democratic presidential campaign to focus tested tax on Medicare for all according to Bloomberg survey found Democratic primary voters favor the government run healthcare system by a margin of seventy nine percent to twenty one percent but can be persuaded to oppose it when told the program will raise taxes and threatened Medicare for Senior Citizens Third Third Way Executive Jim Kessler told Bloomberg that the poll indicates the healthcare issue could be a winner for trump however the poll which again the centrist Democrat think tank third way commissioned showed fifty fifty three percent of all voters a majority are in favour of Medicare for all majority dot. FM's am quickey is fueled by. I just copied dot co OP. Just coffee is a worker owned coffee roaster based in Madison Wisconsin sponsored the majority report for nearly a decade checkout check out their collection of fairtrade rose including our own majority report land and regardless of what you order receive ten percent off of your order when you use the code majority Jordy at checkout all shipping of course free. That's coupon code majority at just copied dot co op the new you were times reports that the Manhattan District Attorney's Office has accused President trump and his legal team of making up a new presidential privilege in order to block. There's a peanut for several years worth of personal. Oh and business tax returns the Manhattan. DA's office at Trump's request for a judge to make the subpoena against his accounting firm invalid until he leaves office was the president quote seeking to invent enforce a new presidential tax return privilege Bloomberg reports that the DA's office agreed not to enforce the subpoena before a scheduled Wednesday hearing on the case and now for what we're following today some quicker quickies wake officials in Afghanistan told CBS News Monday that dozens of civilians were killed during a raid on Taliban hideouts by US and Afghan special forces in the Southern Province Bernie Sanders released a plan that seeks to cancel eighty one billion dollars impasse do medical bills for Americans and a new capital weekly Poland California Finds Elizabeth Warren leading the Democratic presidential field with twenty nine percent followed by Sanders at twenty one percent sent and Joe Biden at eighteen percent and bill weld longshot candidate for the GOP nomination for president accused Donald Trump of treason for pressing Ukraine's president then to investigate Joe Biden and stated bluntly that the penalty for treason in the United States code is Death Koi a folks. Thanks for listening to the majority. Dot FM am quickey Sam. Hey thank you don't forget to check out the majority report today at noon or later wherever your podcast sir found.

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S&BP Pridecast Ep. 5: Talking Raiders win over Browns

Silver & Black Pride

25:17 min | 2 years ago

S&BP Pridecast Ep. 5: Talking Raiders win over Browns

"Hagen everybody. We are post game of the raiders Browns. On Sunday. The raiders got their first win of the season. And what Gruden said was felt felt like the first winning one hundred years is first win in ten years in an actual fact. And so it was a big monkey off his back. The monkey off the raiders backs. I'm Levi Damian year with Tyler Smith and we're gonna talk about it. So yeah, it was from my perspective was everything that we said it was going to be. It was a hard fought game. This is a tough Browns team. We wanna make sure in our before this game that that it was just understood. Just how how tough this team, this team was this Brown's team and how big of an accomplishment it would be. Should the raiders be able to commodity here with a win. This is not going to be a pushover game. Yeah, this this was going to be a hard fought battle, and it absolutely proves to be that. And we touched on a few things going into the preview of this game last week. One of the things that we touched on was the Browns three headed, rushing attack. They've got Duke Johnson. They've got Carlos Hyde and they've got Nick chop, and that really did come to fruition. Their Browns were able to rotate guys in and out and they did have guys fresh at the end of the fourth quarter when they needed that fresh running back to be able to elude the raiders tacklers the raiders didn't tackle very wellness in at all. The Browns came in with the most mistake os and football, but it was the raiders who really looked out of sorts as far as tackling goes. Nick only had three carries, but he got, I think, one hundred and eight yards on those three carries, which if he's going to get that, you wonder why the Browns didn't use them a little bit more. But when he was on the when he was on the field, he was incredibly effective. Now you were there Levi wanted you see out of Nick Saban the Browns, rushing attack. That's what I just like that. When you have three running backs, you always have somebody fresh and they would just drive. They would just punch the raiders in the mouth of Carlos Hyde. And and then they would ended off to jump and get the home run. And that's what these multiple multifaceted rushing tax can offer. You saw it on the radio side of the ball as well. Marshawn Lynch, you just kind of just punch the Browns in the mouth and then they would use us Jilin Rashard for little will speed at the backfield as receiver in whatnot. And a ended up being that Martin Lynch actually was a home run threat as well as as put put up some numbers, one hundred thirty yards including a thirty six. A fifty two yard run is longest as raider and those one hundred thirty yards he had were the most. He's had since twenty fourteen. And so that's that's a long time coming to see that kinda game for Marshall. We know what kind of player is kind of what he can do for this offense. What he's been doing all season. So he was due to put up these numbers did today. We saw a lot of ground good ground game for both these teams. Yeah, we sure did the Browns really did try to get Carlos Hyde involved as their feature back. And I think he ran twenty two times in the game, remember correctly, but he was only averaging about three point, seven yards carry the raiders really did balled him up for the most part. He got free a couple of times, but the raiders have pretty good job with him. They didn't really do a good job with Nick Chubb when he was in the game, he was just way too explosive than they were really out of this is the thing though. I mean, you say that you look at that you can look at the numbers, say bottled them up, but you could see, could you could look at the numbers of what marshawn Lynch did these first three games say that, but if you, if you really looked at what he did in those games, he, he was not he. He was not getting bottled up in those games. He was a grinded out, ghetto short yards. And keep the keep the chains move in and get no one yard touchdowns and stuff like that. Carlos Hyde had a one yard touchdown run in this game that may hurt his overall yards for Kerry, but the only had one year ago when he got that one yard that same token, you could say late in the game. He had that. He needed that I down and I that if the if the Browns had gotten that first down, they won the game right there. And after review it was called just short. And that proved to be the the game, the difference in the game win. The raiders are able to get the ball back. They're able to come back in tie in eventually win it, but but you know, you look at the details of the game. They they tell a little bit of a different story as far as the the yards per carrier -cerned with the guys like Karl dies, marshawn. But let's let's turn that's gonna side of the ball, and it's the, let's look at what. The Browns brought to the field from the defensive cyber juicy. Well, the things that we touched on was the Browns. We're gonna have to really defend your over the mental and they had Joe show were on him today, and Joe show didn't really do a whole lot. He was kinda lost in coverage. Jerry, Connie. And that was a big, a big thing for the raiders to be able to have that safety valve. If they needed a first down Nikko to cook needed a short yard touchdown, they could go to Jerry cook and the red zone, and they did that and they were able to do that free effectively and your cook had two touchdowns one hundred ten yards. Now, Joe show were had a pretty good game overall with fourteen tackles and sack, but against Jerry cook, it was up slightly lost. The ability to defend the tight ends over the middle is going to be key for anybody who's gonna play the raiders because that's just what the raiders do. And so the Browns just did not have a good day with that whatsoever. What did you see out of out of cook and the Browns linebackers today? Well figures anything more than going to add Jerry cook. He leads the league in receiving right now for good reason. Not just because he's a great tight end, but because Gruden loves his tight ends in the only has a good one in cook. Is this the second one hundred yard game of the season. He put up as a lot of those yards came in overtime when the raiders needed it the most. And yet he's, he's a handful of matter who you're dealing with Schober to pretty decent linebacker. There aren't many linebackers in this league. We're going to be able to be that complete linebacker and still be able to keep up with coq who's basically in a lot of wages to big receiver with you. But if you switch over to like some of the, you know some of the corners in in the secondary for the Browns of we talked about how a lockdown their their, their secondary is bent through this, but they got a little injured got a little injured today. And I think that the raiders are able to take advantage of those injuries appearance, Mitchell, Mitchell, and EJ Gaines. And then you saw that you saw TJ. Carey was on Jordy Nelson on that two point convergent conversion and they victimize them that's through. No real fault of carries. He had great coverage on it. Jordy Nelson made one hell of a catch really just strong arming that reception there for two tied the game up. But I mean, you saw all play out the the, the Mary Randall played fantastic. He was he was big for them. Having him availed for the game was big. And you know the pass rush in tandem with that. Botha Myles Garrett an forgotten to the backfield Myles Garrett was living in the raiders backfield. So the fact that the raiders were able to put up the kind of numbers that they put up against this defense is is really, really quite impressive. They've faced a lot of good defenses throughout the season. In this far they've been talking about it like, hey, we did really well despite the loss against great defenses. Now, today they actually did really well, and they got the win against a great defense and that part of it was losing those guys injury. But you can't really discuss. Count their victory because of that. Yeah. One of the things I noticed about the game was I was I was pretty interested in on how Denzil word do going into the game on the cornerback for the Browns. The fourth overall pick and I didn't hear his name at all which tells me that the raiders didn't really try challenge in whatsoever and wind missile goes down the other side when you get down to EJ Gaines than he goes out when you're down to your third cornerback the raiders pass offense got better and better and better as the game went along. And that's, I think why they were able to win in the end had Mitchell been in the game the entire time. I don't think tear car would have had the kind of success that he ended up having the end throwing for over four hundred yards. Four touchdown. I don't think that happens when you get down to third string guy, you're gonna allow more yards. You're not gonna have as much success as you would otherwise. And that's just part of the game. That's just bad luck, but good for the raiders for ticket advantage of that. I think really there are few like keys here in my mind to disclaim. I mean, first of all this reading ballroom, they they said a franchise Mark since the AFL merger having four hundred passer, one hundred yard rusher and two hundred two one hundred yard receivers. I mean that and if you look at that, they had three one hundred yard guys in this game and they had three one hundred yard guys in the rest of the season leading up to this, the cook Grover or hundred yards in the open Amari Cooper over hundred yards of the next game, the Jordy Nelson over one hundred yards last week and when they came into this game and faithfully admitted to this, he admitted to this heft to the game in around about way that we member. Remember we talked about how hey, is Martavis Bryant. Next is he do because logically speaking, if you think. Cook coupe and Nelson of all gotten had their days that Martavis is up. And he sexually said that that was the plan, though plan was to get the ball to Martavis. So you could have a big game and an even though they weren't, he wasn't able to have a game the all the other guys stepped up around and had big games themselves. So I think that I mean spreading the ball around with it was a big key in this game for sure you could do could tell sort of in the game plan that that Martavis was a big part of what they're trying to do. They went deep to him early and the ball underthrown and he dropped at. He probably should've caught it. Absolutely. You should have caught. It was a little under thrown, but that's what you that was actually a perfect pass in that situation because he was so wide open. You all what you really wanted. What car really wanted to do in that situation is not overthrow him and the fact that he couldn't make the adjustment in catch. I couldn't even like I couldn't even. It wasn't even saying it was a drop, didn't even cover. It was so bad. Yeah, and it didn't end up mattering because the raiders did score with a Mark Cuban cut up that drive. But still that is perfect therapy as Kirker with the team has Brian in, is he going to be a focal point of the offense going for? I hope so because he has the speed to get away were maybe some of the other receivers wooden. But yes, assure better hands than that, and he has to show better awareness than that. He just has to be a more complete player and he's just not. And it's just a little disappointing. Well, that's exactly it. It's very disappointing. I the thing about it is you look at it like they wanted to get him the ball. They wanted him to have a big game. He wasn't able to have big game. You did have a couple of a couple of good catches their three fifty one yards. Any had his longest reception as raider in this game yet is long reception for this game was nineteen yards of last week and he had a twenty eight yard in Howdy caught that big long one for the touchdown like you should have. It would have been much longer, but they, but you really, I look at that and you say, oh my God, what a huge missed opportunity. And yet the raiders went right back to the line of scrimmage and drove right down the field and scored anyway, and you're like, oh, okay. All right. Well. You look at the past three weeks and you say, have they done that in those two games that would have been a punt for sure. I mean, they would never have been able to the pick themselves up and and get the ball spread around in have everybody contributing say, well, you can't get one guy to make touchdown, catch than will spread the ball around. We'll get it. We'll get it there with the rest team in that. Again, that's spread the ball around thing. I think it was. It was really big. Another thing that I think is really big in this. There's a lot of minute, mainly it comes down to like. It was all facets because the defense for the raiders may have given up forty two points, but they're also very opportunistic and in a in a knife with at least two of those cases, those fumble recoveries by Jonathan hankins, both of them. He didn't caused a fumble in both cases, but he recovered in both cases and in both cases, the raiders were able to convert those into touchdowns huge. And then the big kick return punt return by Dwayne Harris that led to a score as well, just being able to use the juice succeed in all facets, and then to use these, these, these plays on defenses plays on special teams to convert points out of them that that's how teams that's how win that's how you win in this league. I, one of the things that really struck me about this game was the fact that the raiders scored thirty one points after halftime. Whereas they had really, really struggled with that for the first three games. What did you see that was different about this team's execution? From the first three games of the season as far as after halftime adjustments and how the excuted the game plan. Well, I saw. And I go back to that talking about that Martavis Bryant drop of what we saw after that, I just saw them kinda be on ruffled on the, the dared car from twenty sixteen is what I saw. You saw him miss. You saw miss that throw way off of America in the end zone on fourth down and think. And I very nearly I was like typing like very nearly gonna say up. That's it game over. I thought, no, not officially. Not. Technically, this happens that happens. It's not completely over. So I'm not about to say that. And then with each moment you're thinking, wait, they have more than just a slow, a glimmer of a hope to to get this done down eight points at one score. You gotta put the balmy endzone twice, but still one score game, and they're still a decent amount of time on the clock. Should they should. Everybody to every the defensive side of the ball. So they make the stop into the offense, dry the ball down the field. It had a very twenty sixteen feel to it being able to come back and and win the game despite mistakes because there are still did throw to intercept in this game. One of them was pretty bad trying to force the ball Martavis. Bryant goes back to what we're saying about them wanting Navid havoc, good game. So they so he tried to force the Baldwin and and the, you know, that's when the area's Randolph came over and picked it off and they just shake it off, get back out there and make up for it, and it was. That's the difference I saw. I mean, it's almost like it's almost obvious in a way the poise we saw not just from not just from Derek Carr from everybody and you did some. You didn't see at all. In those first games salon, it's really. Easy to to to go dig. Your scripted drives, put some points on the board, but then what you do after that when the pressure's on when this win, you're not. When you're off script, you have to improvise and and still be able to get things done. That's what I thought was the atmosphere like in the stadium, juxtaposing when the raiders were down in looked bleak for them and then they came back in ended up winning. How was the, how was the feeling in the state more people were people saying doing? How was the noise level? And I guess just the overall, I guess the overall feeling in the stadium. What was it like. Well, I go back to the beginning of the game, and I I'm looking out at the crowd and I'm thinking, you know, this doesn't look like a crowd. That's. Down on a team. That's all in three. I still only saw speckles of orange. I didn't see like mass selling their tickets to Browns fans or anything like that is still like a c. black still sold out from what I could tell. And they were rowdy rowdy. They were the got a little when the raiders went three and out on their first drive than that gearing calmly, pick six. I mean, they went crazy. And when they. On the Browns took started, took back the lead late in the game, and then extended the leading, got pretty quiet in here. It got really quiet, and there were a snow were booze, and it was there was a here we go again feeling there were like all everything seemed different. This time the raiders actually came back and retook the lead late only to give it away and and Annette, it looked then it seemed hopeless. It was pretty pretty lethargic in here with the fans in. I think there were. I looked around into quite a few actually left because like I said, I thought I self when he missed that pass Emery. Okay, Donald start heading toward the exit. And I think a lot of people did, and I think I heard somebody say that there were fans are trying to get back in once fifteen, kind of like whether God they tied it up going overtime. I want to see the games like too late buddy left. You know traffic is not worth it. He you think he wanted you on a beat traffic and you're gonna miss out. You running the risk of missing out on something big happening and you missed out. So it was a, it was pretty nuts for the people that that stuck around the. There's a lot of some pretty a excited, disbelief that it worked out the way it was. I certainly, I certainly couldn't believe it. It was as the if you, I don't know. They have those things that track the on the odds of actually pulling out the win things that I'm sure wherever it was somewhere pretty low for the raiders. Odds of actually coming driving all stopping to Brown's, taking the ball back down the field scoring touchdown, scoring the two point inversion, taking it over time and then winning it. I know we're talking about the Browns here, but. Yeah. Is it still there still in NFL team? They're still tough raiders that, but you're right though. I was actually following the win expectations and on the Browns. Last dry was somewhere around ninety, four percent victory and the raiders just completely turned that around with some some absolutely terrific play. But I'm not surprised if people weren't discouraged going into this game because going into Sunday's play the first three opponents at the raiders of had this year combined for a total of one loss. Now, that doesn't include today's game in the Miami losing to doing limp, but the only loss at the raiders appointed had going into Sunday's play was the Broncos losing to the ravens last week. So the the raiders have had a really, really difficult schedule. And they played perhaps better than one might have been disputed, giving audit their opponents. My question is for you is how do you feel the raiders should build on this? What can we expect for them going forward? Do you think they can keep up this level of play. Well, I certainly think that it's instills a feeling than that they of. They had a feeling of uncertainty like there was a lot of talk about, hey, we're one way or on clay away from being a great team for being explosive or from, you know, change turn things around, but it's it's all words until you actually do it. We put it on the field and accomplish it, and now they know now it's like, okay, now we know now it's not just talk now. We know we can actually can do it and we have it in to do it. And I think it's, it'll set you on the right core said they have to another tough match-up next week against the against the chargers in LA, and and so that'll. That'll say that's going to be another huge tests if they can. They can do it again. I don't think it diminishes what they did this week if they weren't able to to pull out, it's still you still have this on on tape. You still say it's something we can do. But yeah, I mean they have to at the strengths and things together because after after LA off the London. Face the Seahawks, which is there not a great team, so you you think they should. That's a game they should win. But once you leave the continental United States signal over overseas, you never know what kind of weird things that we'll talk about like don't to the east coast and trying to pull out wins. Yeah, that's that's nothing compared to going halfway around the world will not win. So there's still a lot to prove what this was a huge like monkey off their back. The go Ugo owned four. And with like four, our gut wrenching losses us don't know are questioning naturally, if you have it in you to to do it now, they think tonight they showed that they do now, you mentioned, we got the game against charters coming up. So we'll be back later this week with a game preview for the chargers. Yeah, it will definitely be back for that. So I guess we'll will sign off for this one. It says it's getting kinda late here in Oakland. So thanks again for listening. Sure. 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Robson Green Reminds Us That Geordies Not Going Anywhere

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Robson Green Reminds Us That Geordies Not Going Anywhere

"I'm Jay Sleigh COBB and you're listening to masterpiece studio. The Affable Reverend Sidney Chambers has left the country and his police and Backgammon Partner Inspector Geordie Keating is left to pick up the pieces criminal and otherwise I'm fine. Thank you miss him more than I do. Bloody Jazz Women Troubles Nice to have a bit of peace for a change after years of hijinks gray detective work and pint after pint in the pub Georgia's looking after the residents of grantchester alone and finding he still needs a priestly companion on his beat. You know you really didn't have to come. So how would you in Sydney play this. Do we stake it out. I was just going to go in and ask a few questions. Grantchester star Robson Green who plays Jordi his famously close with his Co Star James Norton and the rumors of onset tears during Norton's final day of shooting the series. We're only two true true. According to him I was done was everyone else and they will genuine tears but hopefully economic and hopefully enough not too much that the the audience oh my goodness he's a blabbering idiot in green joins us to talk Geordie Keating Robson and Jerome Tom and the mystery still to come in the remainder of the fourth season of Grantchester and this week we are joined by Grantchester Star Robson Robson Green. Welcome thank you very much. I hope you've given me a good build-up but I apologize for the anti-climax. Change seems to be the underlying theme of this week's episode Jordy has to face the future without his trusted partner by his side God albeit in a brand new shark skin suit. What is Jordi state of mind coming off of Sydney's departure? What's this is strange? One isn't it I mean he's he stuck the theme full this. This new series was all about change range. Progressiveness people being liberated people moving forward but the only person who wants to stay still maybe go into reverse gear is Jordan. He wants to go back to how things were and <unk>. Since Sydney has gone I guess the overriding theme and offer him in that episode is he's lost and the one person he can rely on his wife. She's moving forward as well <hes> Kazan's with who plays cathy she does a superb job of becoming this liberated woman with this new job new friends and most of those friends being men and in the fifties for a wife to be in that position and not relationship and the liberated and become the breadwinner so not only has he lost his friend but he's lost this anchor and his life is well so he feels so he's got all those things going on plus the fact that he's got to solve the crime and who does he look due to hell this episode Leonard so you know there's going to be comic. Potential in that really is I mean what do you feel that Sydney meant to Jordi ultimately was he the sort of Northstar for him. It's the son he never had and and maybe to Sydney Jordy was the father he never had their relationship was unique. It was offbeat but it was rooted in love and there's so many themes in this new series we deal with issues a betrayal trail of racism homophobia we deal with sexual abuse at work but the overriding arc was the love of these two men had for one another the need for each other's companionship and I think that you cared enough about about how much they loved one another. That's the reason why I think the series is successful and people cared enough to want to follow them and I think that's what it was based on trust friendship but maybe love your your final televised scene with James Norton was fittingly over backgammon and pints at the pub still trying to make me about a month the Oneness Game Sydney. What did you make of the hand squeeze as a gesture of friendship ship intimacy between them was it scripted that way it wasn't scripted and <hes> I wasn't a fan of it went? Tim Filed Director wanted to. I don't want you to hug each other. That's too obvious I need at some kind of physical contact. I was this kind of against it because the eyes of the window to your soul as an actor and we can speak through locks and the visual grammar of the is they they say so much but I went with it and it became this kind of spontaneous moment. I don't believe it or not. We worked really hard that hand squeezing moment it was I'm GonNa miss you and and therefore it was this very spontaneous act and you know as actors be fake sincerity charity you suspend disbelief and you hopefully want the audience to believe you're a detective and I'm sure James wants the audience believe he is charismatic member of the clergy which he is and <hes> just there there was no acting required so one of the first times and in my thirty five year career there was this moment of it it was outside the show. I'm we're still great friends and I love love him dearly but there was something that I will never see the likes of again and I was waving goodbye to so I just held his hand it was that the hand was a goodbye and <hes> not a dry eye on set. It was a really really difficult thing. I've never experienced that before. Ever you know I'm the old guy he's the six foot two charismatic hyper intelligent beautifully talented James Norton in and <hes> yeah it was it was tough. It was really really tough but the the overriding arc of of that moment was goodbye but you have brought so much joy and love and generosity to the show that will be taken on by on U <hes> cosmetic mighty member the clergy Tom Brittany Daisy Coolum. It's specifically said that there were many tears from Mr Robson Green. Is that true yeah I mean there was genuine. I tie when you I'm not a method actor. <music> as I mentioned I don't recall on sad occasions in my life <hes> to bring out emotion. I don't need a piece of music to spur on a certain emotion. I I have to trust the script. I have to trust the moment I have to trust trust the relationship and the beauty of the series whatever themes were playing its effects those likable relationships that have been created by daisy coolum and she wrote that scene so so economically. I can't tell you how much joy james and I had on said I mean honest genuine love and laughter and saying goodbye to that was pretty tough and so when you're saying goodbye I told those things and you have those people onset who've been with you on the whole journey with some incredibly creative people in this show and wonders people to be alongside and they were all. They're right the star. We didn't know this was going to work out but it was a major it was it was going to be great and the relationship that we had was so important and saying goodbye to all sorts of and I just went. I just went take one. I just it was done man. I was absolutely as everyone else and they will genuine tears but hopefully economic and hopefully enough not too much that the the audience on Oh my goodness blubbering idiot in this week's episode throws together Jordy and Leonard as crime solving partners touched on briefly before what was it like working with Al Weaver on this episode one that was overflowing with unexpected elements of humor. Yeah I mean firstly my if if anyone ever asked me who's at site either yourself Robson who's your favorite character to watch side you in Sydney and it's it's Leonard played by Al We Leonard has this beautiful fool endearing quality incredible vulnerability and the way he plays is sexuality the repressed sexuality that he'd be happy to have in in those days he just gets on the money and I'll weave a has beautiful beautiful timing is almost perfect if if if not perfect and it's it's not something he he works out. It's an inherent quality that I'll we've had sign new immediately deadly. Whatever the scenario we gotta go into <hes> this one being <hes> man <hes> who like men's company <hes> where they hang out is integral oh to solving a particular crime? I seek the help of Leonard because of the world. I'm about to walk into just. Has You know it's going to have very moving and and have lots of papers. You know it's it's. It's going to be funny because that's just the way he times anything. Be a tragedy be it be betrayal beat loneliness isolation. I'll can somehow make it hilarious he he has this wonderful ability that I always this kind of compared with Stan Laurel of Laurel and hardy is able to turn the ludicrous and the absurd into something incredibly beautiful are weaver and that's Leonard does he turns very bizarre situations into something. Thing really endearing beautiful likeable and something that you really care about enough that you want to follow and I just knew when I read the outline for the episode I saw this is going to be a bold and he delivered as he always this does. He's he's a genius. I love my favorite moment might be when Leonard Shouts Stop Police to a fleeing gene Sims on the bridge. How on Earth did you keep a straight face filming that but it's it's not that it's it's the fact that he says it with truth? All great comedy comes of tragic moments. You have this bumbling insecure kind of dysfunctional individual believing he is part of the police foles when when when he says stop police in the way he does and I'm not doing it any justice in this conversation but when he does you've just felt the crew stifled laughter there was this this spontaneous kind of gasp of laughed. It was so beautiful again. Take one you couldn't repeat it. It's just the way he did it but he comes from truth and that's why his comedy is. It is so beautiful and why people love him so much. It's interesting <hes> last time I was in America promoting grantchester every single American I spoke to the favorite characters Leonard every single every single American who came for taste hastings says what do you think he said who I said yeah that's show Biz. Leonard and Jordi are both very obviously uncomfortable at the Ganymede Club for very different reasons in terms of how Jordi response to homosexuality is that a sign of his quiet mcgarity that he's actually far more accepting of Leonard than we might expect absolutely and again. I'll we've as decision to have Leonard in an environment where he should be so comfortable being horrendously insecure an uncomfortable was an absolute joy to be and you know and the way Tony's going on these the kind of people you like socializing with and he somehow his he thinks his cover's blown and and Geordies sees the good in everyone and the way I deliberately chose to to bring those out. I didn't hang all the washing at once within the series. He's before this one you you allow the audience to go always not as reactionary as we think he is. He sees the good in everyone but he has a definite moral choice of what is right great and what is wrong and an an upholding the law and would you have any idea where university men with such shared interests might be likely to congregate. Maybe the classics department I think inspected mean in socially where men of the same interest what same again in Greek Home Oh oh oh I see and gross indecency Louis illegal in those days and he's a stickler for the law yet that is challenged when he he he cares and and and and has a relationship a very close relationship with Leonard Take <unk> homosexual member of the clergy before this next question a brief word from our sponsors castles and cathedrals vineyards vineyards and Vistas Viking dedicated to bringing the traveler closer to the destination along the great rivers of Europe offering a small ship experience with a shore excursion included in every port learn more at Viking cruises dot com last week. It seemed as though Jordan Kathy were on better footing than last season this week Jordi visits Catheter Department Store and gets a glimpse of her new job and they celebrate a very disastrous thirteen th anniversary dinner when I bake bread they needed to make didn't need a computer to tell them men will men Greeks from Greece people a simpler like us as Peach Melba divine. Can we go home out for you all right. I'm fine. What is the state of their relationship? At the moment. It's one of denial the Jordanian Kathy foreign of a better term dancing around the abyss. There is a dinosaur in the room that cut he's not talking about and suddenly Judy Ms Thinking in what's going on. She's got this new job. He's got this new life. She's possibly the breadwinner. Now that's embarrassing for him. What are the men going to think about him at his workplace <unk> in an still those themes resonate today? Day and something is deeply mess with the way she's behaving but being the person he is. He doesn't ask her right right and therefore things become deeply crows of so on the surface the public face is fine but privately like many relationships today there's something not quite right in the home of the killings and <hes> that plays out abusively and then and the rest of the series and Casey plays it so beautifully and again. She's an absolute joy to work with and if you if you get it right you really care enough about them I mean he wronged her badly in the last series and she some half a given input. That's still festering away. Once there is betrayal the Carozza Path is set and when you try to road and you pathway you come into the ones that are going to cause all sorts of problems. He just wants go back to laws. He wants Sydney back. I think he wants to go back to World War Two as my grandfather used to say you know the good old days really but that's that's his his thinking and it's it's really nice to play this episode. It's all about the future <hes> from the shark skin suit to the poster advertising the terror from tomorrow to computers or even as in episode one Elvis. The man with the pelvis is a short. He likes to call him. What does the future represent present for Jordy? It's interesting you mentioned the shock skin suit and Elvis the pelvis because when the episode Ed in Britain a way before in fact Emma kingsman Lloyd daisy easy coolum they didn't tell you this when they saw the Russia's of me and the suit the when you're not going to be wearing that again you look too much like Robson and it was really interesting because I fought food for jody. I just watched so many episodes of Columbo again. I was huge Peter Falk and and the way he held himself and the way he paced himself and the way he <hes> <hes> behaved and Tis rhythms and stuff so I played love peer folk did and suddenly the suit scape kind of knock ten years of Geordie in terms of the imagery and it was a funny one. I kind of agree agree with them. Are those something on Jordi like about it and and I guess it worked for the episode but I looking at it made him so young that it was hard to believe it was the was the same person and and it's interesting the Elvis thing that that we worked on with with them. As a theme Elvis the pebbles I love the fact that Jordy holes that that the downfall and the poisoning poisoning of society the footsteps of Elvis Presley. He's poisoned the minds of all these young people. I thought that that they they they great devices but again it was a a one that we in the final part of the episode Emma went. We've got rid of the suit so in in the actual writing that the suit was gonna Kinda remain and it was this new Jordan News move with the Times Amer went absolutely not daisy went no way in the directors agreed when now he's got to go back to that one color which again was a beautiful plagiarize ation of of the tone the move so it was just a one look and if followed the series and watch all early episodes. I very very rarely change my costume which is just a godsend beyond set because there there's there's the very charismatic talented James Norton Changing every five minutes has all the other actors 'cause the love the pomp and ceremony of the cost you. I'm then be caravan of nicotine. Take the same costume I love it. I change my tie. That's it so <hes> so it was a really good device where everybody was moving on but Jordi went now there are certain aspects of my life and the way I behaved that I will not change them. Refused is to change any likes. He's so relaxed and you know he makes these really uncomfortable. In that suit my favorite scene from this episode is <hes> not only the one between Jordan and Leonard in the pub where they clink glasses over Leonard's yards potential role as the new vicar but the scene in which it all goes to hell in the park in which Leonard Confronts Jordi for Outing Bob Guthrie and gives him the doilies <hes> which were meant to be an anniversary present for Jordan calf. You're also supposed to be a good man land or was that just Sydney's influence. I miss him too but that's no excuse to behave like that and neither is whatever happened between you and Cathy last night. That has nothing to do with this well. Have you ever considered that professor Sims relationships. Shapes had nothing to do with his murder. We'll see where that once. We know. What's on this tape while we? I don't think I'm cut out for this. I think you're right. I forgot to give you these anniversary present their you're only doilies thirteen congratulations. I mean you touched on this earlier that this is not really about Jordi. It's not really about Leonard <hes> but does he mean to hurt Leonard here when he tells him that he's not cut out for this again. The subtext is he cares for Leonard he likes Leonard but sometimes you tend to hurt the ones you love and care about and it's it's. There's always a different agenda going on when you're when you're with someone else this says about Sydney's gone. I want Sydney back. That's why I'm angry with you. Got Nothing to do with the way you on the way you behave in the way you've behaved as and within the police force and I brought you along this has to do with Jordanian cafe and again and daisy and and John Jackson who constructed this beautiful upset play the guilt cog just at the end when the generosity of spirit comes at and Leonard when he he gives them the anniversary present because Leonard is mindful of people's feelings and what is going on in their lives Leonard is in tune with everybody and how they are and really remembers occasions bid an anniversary or be at a birthday or be. It's some something won't purrs and a person said to another person that was nice. He'll always remember them in repeat them and tries to bring joy into the world now and that's just a brilliant device to to to instill jody with guilt and he's not angry Leonard Tool Georgia's just angry with himself and the world and his relationship and the fact that Sydney's gone and he stuck so that's great subtexts to play Geordie once again crosses paths with will Davenport Art who was a thorn in his side in the investigation episode one sure how did that experience shape his perceptions of will again. He sees him as a good person but no one can replace Sydney said that's. That's what you play as an actor as a storyteller this series no one can replace Sydney. No one will ever replace Sydney so the whole relationship arc between Jodi and will is definitely a slow burner until the plays itself out episode five when we really see who the real will isn't how they relate to one another so it's just coming to terms with his is is Kinda Yangyang with will and how he how he viewed him initially in the first episode but again people are going to go to will and confess the sends people are going to go to will and tell him the secrets things that they would never tell anyone else and that is a fantastic device for a detective so geordies always that cod under his slave. You know what I mean will is younger than Jordi younger even than Sydney now. He's not only onscreen only on screen only on screen. We'll say how does that age difference help or hinder the bond between these to future crime solving partners ars well. It's it's the it's the petulant teenager syndrome is net. It's this this arrogance of certainty that young people bring today and an should during the in the late fifties mid fifties when you know people will be progressive creative liberated speaking out and while Sydney experience since World War Two and conflict and collective trauma will didn't so there's always this element within the relationship. Is You have no idea what life is about and to coin a phrase on my father used to use many a time and I'm sure you've heard you don't know you've been born and and if you play that initially in the relationship between Jordan will becomes very very interesting so initially he's the petulant excellent teenager who has the arrogance of certainty thinks he knows everything but life is not portraying it and so therefore they will be this kind of capitulation with wills character as a series carries on. How would you describe Tom Brittany in one word Tom Brittany in one word charismatic? What about Robson Green in one word unquantifiable? I was GONNA say irrepressible quantifiable. Many listeners may not realize that you end game of thrones actor. Jerome Flynn were a singing duo called Robson and jerome certainly in the nineteen ninety s you had several number one hits your name and a legion of fans that included Princess Diana. What was this experience like? Okay okay so we may not know is we were in a series called soldier soldier and wanted the episodes of soldier soldier a very very popular program over here when we only had full channels else we now have thousands. We've had four channels in the U._k.. And one of the most popular shows was soldier soldier it was about these young soldiers who were abroad and and how being in the army affected their lives in conflict and <hes> <hes> there was an episode when we were in Germany filming Germany and <hes> there is a wedding the band don't turn up so Jerome Flynn and Robson Green Party party and Tuck <hes> <hes> get onstage and sing unchained melody at Jerome is a trained singer. I'm a trained singer. I was known a Cappella group but at the Phil Spector Sang for many years supported Paul Weller and the Hang Lankford band and the flying pickets Eh Brag we did the red wedge to us. I knew I was trying to think he was trained. Singer and we sing this number on set and the whole crew go whoa that's really good and <hes> Mandy and you should release that and of course we laugh. We get a phone call after the episode goes out the phone. Call is from Simon Cowl who nobody knew so imagine me guide mudgene the phone call hi hi Simon Cowley here who yeah that's show Biz sorry my would you want and record your Mitterand note and be stupid. I'm not releasing a record. He went before you put the phone down. I will pay you this amount of money. If you recall you and Jerome Flynn Record unchained melody it was a seven figure sum yeah exactly so I started googling doc okay. Wow and I'm we record the song it's released. It's the fastest selling single in the history of British popular music. It goes into the Guinness Book of Records. Can you speak of records at sells. The Beatles were talking about the Rolling Stones Michael Jackson. All of a sudden wear on top of the POPs in the audience is Tina Turner Elton John David Bowie <hes> Bon Jovi reveal. They're a waste and win number one I think and she just looked really where our lives will never be the same again and they weren't and then we went on and had number one hits and we were trained singers but we were actors within this narrow. The highlight of the music was when when it stopped but there was there was a defining moment <hes> I may have mentioned this before <hes> I'm not sure if I have to American press or any radio show but they we had show over here called Animal Hospital animal an animal hospital was at the height of when the Robson and jerome records were going out and an animal hospital people did is the brought in the pets and the scenario was is the pet going to survive or is it going to die and a woman brought in to Guinea Guinea pigs and they were called Robson and Jerome and and when asked what seems to be the problem with your guinea pigs she said it's Robson is not right and rope broke Robson. The Guinea pig died as did haas singing career yeah but my mum was ringing me up saying you're on you're on T._v.. You're on TV Robson and Jerome. You're on the other side of what you're talking about. Mom this animal hospital. She went yeah those guinea pigs the drome very surreal bizarre evening happened and I think that was kind of it was a sign was assigned to stop. I think and we did Robson Green. Thank you you so very much. Thank you pleasure for all the tears and bittersweet goodbyes the most challenging aspect of lead actor leaving his finding finding someone to be their replacement but even more daunting is being that someone it's one thing to say goodbye to a beloved and familiar face. It's another thing altogether to be a new face in an otherwise familiar setting yeah because he made it sort of life imitating thing <hes> I was nervous new act on the block and will is the Nova's eager to please new victim. The block actor Tom Britney Plays Reverend Will Davenport this season on grantchester and he joins US next on the podcast to explore what it's like to take over from James Norton as the dashing vicar and residents in the sleepy village of grantchester masterpiece studio is hosted by me J sleigh COBB and produced by Nick Anderson.

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Frustrated LeBron, NBA draft age, Ole Miss players

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

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Frustrated LeBron, NBA draft age, Ole Miss players

"Yoursel? I'm Jason with lot. That's Marcellus Wiley that do, sir. Former Pro Bowl receiver TJ who's been zodda is back time for a big story. Let's return to the NFL. We're former Packers wide receiver. Jordy Nelson is calling criticism of Aaron Rodgers comical Nelson took aim at other former Packers, including friend of the show, Greg Jennings. Saying that quote negativity sells Nelson sales that says that most of the positive things said about Rogers including him being a good leader is Nord because some of his former teammates wanna get attention for themselves by bad mouth in Rogers. I I don't agree with this defense of air. Rod is by by Jordy Nelson. Listen air Weiser's celebrated throughout the NFL this far more praise of Aaron Rodgers than there is this little hand bit of criticism from a handful of his former teammates. So if we were weighing scale between Arunas getting praised and criticize it leans heavily on praise. And so three guys have had the Kerr's to come out and say what they think about Aaron Rodgers in a little bit more detail this isn't because negatively sales. It's just two or three guys have had the courage to say what they really think. Yeah. He actually said, well, he knows what sale which is negatively sales. And I'm just going to sit there and say, none of it is negative about Aaron Rodgers which has to be alive because no player is perfect. And if you want to add it up until tally more people are for air Rogers, Dan, dick sections there. We're. Talking about. Well, let's talk about those exceptions. Because the narrative is as a former player. All you guys. Want to do is protect the fraternity say glowing things about each other. I remember when I first started working in this industry. Everyone was scared. Will you really go there? If you need to you ever just tell the truth about the underbelly of the game in some of the dark places that you've been with some of your players. I'm like, I'm just going to speak my truth. I'm never gonna call somebody out. And even when you're going through that process of actually calling someone out as a former player, you're making sure you're saying all the right things and saying exactly how it went down because you know, that you're trying to pay respect to someone who still Grayton other lights. So for joining Nelson to come out here and try to extinguish everyone, especially KGB 'cause I know KGB says he was in high school. This guy has great character with the Crenshaw high school. Listen Green Bay. I mean does it says enough family man like his out Greg Jennings? Same thing, you can say, yeah. About grooming Minnesota. These guys are not in Hollywood trying to capitalize on Aaron Rodgers saying salacious stuff about former players. So which way is it. Is it? Oh, trying to seal negatively. Oh. I thought all players just wanna say glowing things about each other. I think these exceptions actually had bad experiences air Rogers, just telling their true. Yeah. That's exactly what it is Jordy Nelson and Aaron Rodgers their they speak the same language they see to game the same. So they got along. So Jordy Nelson is like why don't everybody see the Aaron Rodgers that? I see because we view things differently are calm. Their conversations are different than the conversations. He had with GIS agree. I think the joining Nelson probably knows there's some problems with Aaron Rodgers. He's just saying you don't have to talk about them. But if you if you ask them in Germany Finley, it's when a former player criticized the quarters like what Marcellus like you're not supposed to do that. You ask me a question. I'm going to give you an honest answer in for Jordy Nelson. I don't think he saw Aaron Rodgers as that guy. Because if Aaron Rodgers is getting on you in or he's not. A leader as you see fit to Jordy Nelson. It's like, oh what he's saying is right? I have no problem with it. Whereas somebody else the conversations he could have with Greg's these or things. I rub grad wrong Greg lick that it has he's not being a leader could be the same as Michael Philly. He probably had those same conversations Jordy Nelson and joining us didn't take offense to him because him in air Rogers have differ relationship. Let me clarify it. And I don't want to speak for Greg. But you know, Greg emotes positive energy. Yeah. Greg could come on his show and do our about what great shape I'm in. And then well, but he could stand last. The last thirty minutes. That's Greg's nature. And so he's a lot like what Marcella subscribed about KGB. This guy looks for and says a lot of positive things about Aaron Rodgers. He just also says a more complete story of Aaron Rodgers is like there are some issues. He is Lou he is maybe not the greatest leader. I think Jordy Nelson sees the same things. But just says, you know, what you shouldn't talk about exactly greatly willing to overlook it. And just say I'm a sweeping under the rug. I don't wanna talk negatively about. He doesn't wanna talk completion. And we know being in a fraternity sometime like co workers, anybody do you always wanna talk in being transparent and completion of the entire story. I play with six hall of future hall of famers and present hall of famers, and their highs are already known their lows some somewhere known and some are not known. Now, are you going to be that population that has been silent for so long hundreds of teammates to air? Rogers has had the has not said a word good or bad. We don't know what they're thinking. So Jordy Nelson. How dare you try to extinguish the three to come out and said something that's more of a completion of his personality? Not just the good stuff almost up for our next segment by saying this, I'm on analogize Aaron Rodgers to LeBron James there's so much positive to their talents and their abilities, and Bob, but I think what grid and others respond to everybody. Every year says oh Aaron Rodgers ain't got no help can't win. He does everything he can't all of his teammates this that another. And then someone says, well, you know, when he got some shortcomings too. Yeah. Same thing with LeBron James anytime, they don't win everybody else's fault. And then someone says, well, you know, what? The bronze not the best leader he can improve here there. Now sudden you looking for the negative now you just responding to someone like Aaron Rodgers LeBron that just get overwhelmed with. Raise. And then a guy like KGB or Greg Gibson. Well, you know, there is a pool store. Paul Harvey now for the. February isn't just about one super size football game on Spotify. There's thousands of free sports podcasts. 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I'd never get comfortable with losing. But that wasn't all he had to say about his teammates crochet game. Every day is how you how you think the game every day. It's how you play the game. It's how you prepare for the game. And it's not even like when you get to their arena way before that. Like is basketball is that the most important thing why we doing this? So you gotta be comfortable will be uncomfortable. So I'm not saying that's what we are. As a whole kind of looks that way at times, you know, sometimes we feel like we were frayed to be uncomfortable kind of get out at our covers all, you know, kind of you know, have that urgency. So the issue LeBron suffering with sometimes when you on top of the amount. There are no mirrors up. There is just you all by yourself and you look down on everybody else. And and I think it's a struggle that everybody that's had success almost at any level does to look in the mirror and to judge themselves. The blah's leader of the team. He's talking about all being all in with basketball as basketball everything. And I don't think he's able to see that. He set the tone for that. He's doing every damn talk show. He can think to do. He's developing movies. He's he's trying to do everything. He's not all in on basketball the rest of the players since it and they're following his lead. You gotta hit the Brown with the the misdemeanor. No such thing as a bad teacher. No such thing as the best student. That's. Yes. Bad teachers, man. This is Kobe Bryant two point. Oh, we've been here before I've been here. I remember Kobe doing it black swan white swamp member that and he was calling out powder salt and calling out everybody saying about two thousand and six man. This is like it's something about the Lakers. And I'm pointing out the Lakers because it's the biggest brand of basketball is LA LA Hollywood. There's something about being the man on that team in this era with this pressure, and they're under achievements. Were they cannot take that as a collective effort. Koby could not he had to displace himself from his teammates even championship efforts a pocket. Saul got posted a chest by Phil Jackson. It got to that place where everybody was say, 'i versus you. And now you're seeing the bronzes replicate that model, and it is sad to see. Lebron doesn't want to be the big dog. Which means you take the hit for all of us young. Pope says we're starting to evolve a learned the game. Like, you did kind of sad to see again. What you make a great point myself. I've been through this. We all been through this where? The guys are young. And when the brand I came in the first month, he's filling a self out to see who's going to take that next, you know, torch. Whether it's Ingram ball, whoever it is. And the ball was getting jerked around a little bit. As far as starting not starting this that whatever was not used to carrying younger talent. This is that younger talent way to patients is very short. And you said when you come to the Lakers, we're not come to Lakers. There's an expectation whether it's when Kobe I came in right? Shaq and Colby and now LeBron there's an expectation that you have to live up to so that's an unconscious pressure. That's already on you because you're the one that everybody's going to blast. When things go wrong, and you want wanted everybody's going to lift up when things go. Well, this is how gotta work now. When I was when I was with the clippers and five or six before that their records the Moscow four years back twenty seven fifty five twenty eight fifty four thirty seven forty five. And then when I got there forty seven thirty five and go to the semi finals, you still had the same size. But they didn't know how to win. No disrespect brand Corey Magaji nothing. But the point is was getting twenty game was getting twenty game. But he just found a way to lose. And that's when the Brian is saying when you when you finding ways to lose, even if I'm not here. I'm in patient. Yes, I'm doing movies and books and this and that all right now, I wasn't doing it early on in my years. That's not what I was doing early. My us. I was creating my legacy early on my legacy still now, but I'm a little frustrated because when I'm watching you guys whether you restaurants on a road, how you act on a plane practice, whatever it is. I'm little irritated of you. Because you're not taking this basketball Israelites. Should he not point the finger at himself at any point? Does he not deserve some of the blame? You're right. I'm not saying he don't deserve blame. But what I'm saying is when you already Jason's like, you mentor me, you're gonna get impatient. With me. Sometimes I just switched my earpiece from here. Ear and I was laughing at myself because I looked at yours. Sometimes he's really good at something. This in anybody here that works with me can say this. There's I've from day one three years ago if anything ever goes wrong, it's my fault. It's not your fault. His fall is my fault. That's my philosophy in a again doesn't mean you're not get frustrated. Right. You will get some frustration. You're live. Jason you really good at what you do your life. Now, if anything happens behind scenes that will disrupt your character, disrupt your personality that people seem after a while on a start from the place of it's my fault. Why'd I do that caused them to make that mistake. It may turn out to be nothing. But my starting point is with me. And when you're LeBron James, not the only one to and you come here to me the starting point he came here. And he knew this year wasn't about champion. Chips. He know it and he hasn't handled it will. And he's doing a lot of finger pointing because he's too concerned with mayor. Whoever is too concerned with narrative and making sure he's always managing his legacy. And recognize you to question being an athlete. When you were younger, you can do anything. Okay. You basically never got hurt the older. You got you get hurt. Now, your brain says some than your body. So now when I'm getting hurt these knickknacks, or whatever it is not a frustrated that would everyone else I hear myself because sub consciously father time is starting to kick in not saying the Brian is Aetna on down. But he is impatient. Because the way you can turn it on five years ago. You can't do. Now. What the way I heard? He was in fourth place before he got hurt. That's all I'm saying way. I heard it is how long sit in best think how long say the best. When you first get elevator physically is at the top of the building and mentally and knowing the game games at the bottom. He said your prime is when they both me because this was coming down. This was coming up were they meet the bras, obviously, not in the same position right now. Here's what I witnessed from the Bronx. And what's going on with the Lakers when we're watching you guess what? We're also learning from you. And we're learning good behavior. Bad. This is what parents miss out on a lot of times. What did I tell you? What did you show me? Hey, we sitting there in the back of the bus, man. We try to get a little extra work. Whatever may be are. We sitting there in practice, and you got another billion dollar deal on the line. But we talking about this. Okay. That's fine. The Bronx cool because we know you're gonna show Mr. triple double. However, we watch and feel what your brothers and so right is that effort the best player in a game? And we you pointed out, but we all need a point out. We all see essay not. As I do. And then the collective the collective confidence starts to erode next thing. You know, it's like, well if you set the tone that would tone is there to say by the set. So I think it's really been enough from his I this is where I'm sympathetic to LeBron because we in the media have the LeBron Olympics going on every day every single day, and whether he wants to participate in the Bronx Olympics or not doesn't matter. He just get the Laurent Olympics are on and everybody's talking about my legacy and where I raid to Jordan. And so he got caught up in the LeBron lympics and his hyper focused on controlling media Nair everything LeBron does now publicly is one thousand percent calculated. And he he's looking at this law season. He don't want the blame for it. Because it's a little knock against his Jordan legacy deal. And again, he didn't sign up for that. We. Created the LeBron Olympics and we've dragged him into it. I'm saying he needs some friends just like Bob Kraft. A lot of these guy. Bobby buy me, friends, they do craft with six titles. Lebron James with all the success all this money. Everything you've got to have people in your camp that we came in. Let's look at things a different way. Let all this finger pointing bad mouth because that's creating a narrative is well, and I think they're going to be guys around the league, the brand needs to be careful guys Brown league like and and Kevin Durant was the first one to step out. Here is the environment around the LeBron's toxic. Not a direct shot. Lebron? It's a statement of fact that LeBron lympics are toxic toxic for LeBron and everyone caught up in it, and it becomes a blame game. And it's not a celebration of let's do it together. It's like who's going to get blamed because only one guy's going to get credit. If we win everybody else just to blame somebody needs to pool LeBron's coat. All right. You got. No this no. No, the burn listen, they're young and being young. It's very frustrating. Bron James is like waking up out of the fantasy land of saying. Well, you know, what I can't just. Do this. I got way move. Activated activate in debt. Get antisocial notice my favorite container mobile back with us. Join us Marcellus our social media manager, Dr L Smith is here on Twitter street. I feel I'm feeling great. You looking good. So they could say no aided, man. Drain out all about what I think about that. Get you one. Oh well. When you get it from. Get to go with the Oscar from last night, the movie green butts home the award for best picture. Of course, this in Twitter on a rampage with people argue about whether or not the movie deserves it when the award mostly what thought it was ridiculous and slammed kademi and the movie. The Spike Lee was so upset that the movie one he even got to try to lead at theater, I haven't seen the movie yet. But we like, I know you recently watched it because you think deserve this Fisher. I watched the movie last night after the Oscars after one and because I want to see what the fuss was about. I saw everybody going off. And I think most of the critics missed the Mark. I don't think it was. I don't think it was a good movie. I went and read with the guy's family. Dr Shirley, what his family had to say about the movie in the way, it was portrayed. And so, but I'm not surprised they won. Because I felt like it hit the very liberal message of and this is what Hollywood loves here's a black guy with identity issues, and there's a white per. Ersan there to teach him how to be black. And so that that rings real true in Hollywood. And so I'm not surprised it got the highest award in Hollywood, man. I don't Oscars because it ain't that damn series today that damn D for every movie like it's amazing when you do a movie depiction of someone's life like to pop movie, whatever will you wanna pick? Oh, nail it. They didn't say it the right way. You know, what is two hours of somebody who lived for many years, and is very complex. And I liked the movie it was one of my favorite movies last year. However, I didn't think it was gonna win best picture in part because I see the whole catalogue of choices that boyhood and win the Oscar one year, y'all still believe in Oscar geologist law. I don't but I'll say this. I think if you watch the movie and just watch the movie, I do a fine. It was really good. If you go and find out like well, hold on minute portrayed this guy in a way, that's offensive to his family and offensive to the truth. That's what made me disconnect from the movie. What undecided? I didn't read the what the family said, I took a different perspective about it. One of my best friends John fast. He was telling me about like, the NHL NHL there's like the Hart trophy and then as the Ted Lindsay award, right? So there's the most valuable player than his most. Outstanding. Now me being a African American as a three or four. You you want to see Black Panther. So besides Black Panther besides green book the favorite. There was two other movies. I like those too. So during the time that it is now say in America green book showed me some totally different Tony lip who was the Italian in there. He was he wasn't trying to tell them to be black. He was saying embrace your culture as well because Tony lip. If you've watched the movie is rolling dice with the black guy. We gotta go. We gotta move to the next. But if you talk to the family Tony lip didn't teach him that. Or didn't try to show him. The fast moving onto my Ocho Cinco. Who's always spreading the level of social media. But on Friday tickets to a new level one the chassis Twitter follower said he was facing eviction and other showing them the proof Ocho sit on fifteen hundred dollars via paper to take care of the Bill. The fan responded with a screen a screen, grab of the payments weeding. God is our refuge and strength out as man my life. Now, man, some people don't belong you five dollars about. It was pretty dote. You guys press about this? Who made it public? The other guy saying you have got all. I like how did you got a problem with it one whatever decisions, and whatever consequences circumstances? Guys living in put them in his bad position. Which I am happy Chad help them. But what the guy obviously needs more is not to be in this position. Again, whatever those circumstances are. So this is kind of a band aid of a situation, and it's good. But you know, if I'm ever facing victim or the ties I was. I wasn't out there. I wasn't. I didn't have social media. We didn't do anything of that nature something entertainment based on I'm on that grind to go get this. So there's something deeper that we're not gonna hit with this post. It why did you post potion in his fixes for how long has he got to come back next month? Right. That's why I'm kind of. On one hundred fifteen hundred we right there. We're kinda rent is that the hold on air by living. Mobile. Dr. NBA on Saturday, the bucks beat the timber wolves. But the bigger story was gyros. Halftime performance to Robert six heat over Twitter phases. Some sound issues at the start the show Jaanus house. He wasn't a fan because he was busy putting up shots in the middle of the performance. Even timber wolves Twitter page ticket shot at job with the tweet mocking mocking hill from the fire documentary with John ruled clapback saying you the jinx yourself talking to the guy this way your curse. Now, you won't win the championship for the next thirty years timber wolves be worried about accustomed Gile rule. John rule needs to be worried about that fire festival. Documentaries on that's right. Who put a curse on his career? No did that. This brand new his fifty job in fighting for the job or had a concert at the no phone. It was cracking. People say jaaz my God, John Rona wall. I'm side that happy and I'm sorry. I did I did he wasn't. He wasn't the leader that he was partnered with him. But he was a minor silent partners. Billy Farley's Billy McFarland. Come on, man. Let's go. That's what it was building. The song living falling is the real Jian this. He took the hit for everybody. We should've g. Yeah. Jason he should've. He KENDALL KENDALL Jenner Bella Hayden automobile all of them. They endorsed it as well. Not like John jobs right in the middle of it. Younger to pay. Gene you. Today on a herd era was talking about his support of superstar players get paid big money. Take Eliza people scream and shout when a player signs for three hundred million dollars. But when the dodgers trade for north of two billion or the Marlins trade for north of a billion. Nobody says anything is like big big bad America supposed to make all the economics. But in a world should be more democratic, and if industry's gone from a billion dollars to ten billion it's good for to be spread around and for players to get paid in a big way in his guaranteed. Does he have a point here? He's got a point that certainly the players should benefit and the growth of major league baseball in all professional sports. But do they gotta get these three hundred million dollar contract. I don't know. They should it's always this dissension between ownership and labor and many many facets of the interactions and win a team sales or who. Wow. Bifida when a player gets cast in for certain amount. What we always. Had that I think is impart the general public feels more connected to the labor because that's their life. And so they look at the players like how dare you get what I deserve or I should be a part of. But ownership just seems distant from that and distant from a lot of issues and damning Chicago, I'm gonna keep a short if the owners and the team makes a lot of money, and they're growing whoever's helping that Hello should get paid money as well. Right. Get raises. Well, I don't like the ten year contracts. Anyway, I don't know question of the day. What's what's up cell phone, y'all? Question. Also Martill it's been actually went on like a mini rant this weekend on coach playing the role father. And I thought was pretty interesting. So I want to ask you guys. What are your thoughts on coaches acting father figures? I'm gonna let the professional athletes. Go man, look, this is tough for me. My father was there, and I would put him up as father of the year every single year always there and support never. They're pushing me my coaches had a define role, which was obviously to have great influence sometimes being that their parent, but never stepping on the toes of my father, and I don't need a father figure when I grew up with one, and I will also look for role models within my family unit before we look for a guy who's maybe volunteering his time. We're getting paid just to teach me craft. Well, for me, you know, I had a was blessed with a stepfather NFL. They're both were in my life. And you know, it's like me taking my daughter, my son to school that teacher has my child the majority of the time during that day. I dropped him off to get her at two thirty right? So she has a majority of time. So that whether it's a male or female that is that role model that mother that father of them because you and you wanna have report with that. Culture that teacher? So I I don't know about. But Jim Herrick was like a father figure to me. You know, it's okay to have more than one. Yeah. I'm right there with these guys. I had a great father. And so didn't need the coaches to be my father figures, but I had some coaches, I was very close to my high school head coach Jerry stall for and we had, you know, coach willing right coach willing coach me and are now and he was a father figure to lot of players. They didn't have I think coach Williams in the hospital right now. Hope you're feeling better. But. He was a father. We had a guy cap co capped team Chris hurt that had nobody. And if it wasn't for coach Willard taking back and forth to school and doing a lot of other things we would have had nothing. So I don't know where Martellus is coming from. It always seems like an absence of something or someone. We'll raise your kids times. We know what's the street? We know the community and luckily for some guys is a father figure in athletics. But I didn't have that absence. I'm not exactly understanding. We're we're just come. Yeah. I think it's all case by case. Like right as a coach you have to find out what is your player need. And in some cases, you got certain like, you said don't have a father figure at home. So if you know that as a coach, I think you should step into that role. You'll disciplined kinda give that father that they need. There's some of the players that maybe they're getting discipline at home against home and Costa different. So case by case. But I don't see a problem. Warmer NBA better and big three champion Cotino Mobis back as dupe stars. I am Williamson grab headlines last week after injuring his knee in a high profile game against rival North Carolina. The NBA has proposed abolishing the one and done rule by lowering the draft age from nineteen to eighteen thus allowing Zahn to skip college and go directly to the NBA out of high school in a rule change would need to be collectively bargain with the players association. But Mavs owner Mark Cuban is raising a red flag. Saying, quote, the really bad unintended consequence is you're going to see a you programs in parents pushed harder to get kids featured maybe if expensive education, maybe if the expensive really learning how to play basketball, there's going to be a lot of people pimping none and done and you're going to see a lot of kids fall hard and be. Ineligible all kinds of issues. I think Mark Cuban raises a legitimate concern. And I think there'll be other ramifications from this get I I'm crystal clear on this. And I don't think the one in done or the none in done is the right thing. I wish they would figure out a way to pay college players real money to stay in college. I think there will be ramifications from this. Stopping short of finding a real programme that provides value for those who are staying in college for that experience that education, I will say it should be done until you can find that system because I think that will be optimal. The reality is one and done does nothing but stop a guy who's potentially prepared for professional experience in not allowing him to have that. So I say none of done. I want you to have a high school diploma. Just because I want a minimum standard in terms of citizenship and standards met interns education before you enter the NBA been countless guys who went none and done and been great for the game in great off the court as well. So they can figure out something that's going to really allow these guys to grow in their collegiate experience on off the court and monetize it nothing done. If you're ready, go pro. It's funny thing is I I understand both points. And being the best player. Not fortunate enough to leave high school right to go straight to the pros. It's you understand what Mark Cuban is saying because I'm not a fan of AAU. I don't think they teach you how to play basketball. I think it is more of a a pimping kind of thing for a lot of the kids and kids that are from California. You might get a kid that's amazing from Vegas initiative to California to play on a team in another given Georgia all play together. And I I just don't I don't I don't think that's fair like when I was younger. Your talent was in your city. Right. And that's what you played with now. As far as if you're eligible, and you're you're good enough to play an NBA. I think you should go through some type of. Of course. And that course is a at least six months to a year course. So if I know I'm going to my senior, and I'm number one. I think from. Finance financial classes to real estate classes to things like that. That's going to preserve your wealth, the older you get I think those things you should be able to. They should be teaching you. NBA? They teach that stuff. It's whether guys pay attention. Well, no, that's that's when you have the money already. Right. This is orientation you already there. We're talking about in high school. I think there's things in high school that just for everybody. But especially athletes, they should be learning those little things like that. Because that can preserve your wealth. When you get to that point. Now, you know. You know in college. It's great to. But you did it experience to map wall onto so you can really internalize because like you said we we had that as well. And the NFL, and you go through all those those courses of education without experiencing. You'll know where it lands one. I wanna go through this process, and do it my way, and it may not be necessarily the way that the former player did it, and it may not be a way to give me in harm's way. But it's still education. Just kinda gets drowned out because I have nothing to map it onto it has to be a continual process. I was told this as a possible angle on all of this in terms of the NBA's collective bargain agreement. I think it's twenty twenty one wouldn't go into effect until twenty twenty two guests who has a son who will be eighteen in twenty twenty two and eligible to go straight from high school rose. That that perhaps is a little bit of the driving force of the removal of LeBron wants to play in the NBA with his son and one of the quickest way to do it. So he didn't have to spend a year in college would be able to get rid of this rule. And then LeBron can be just like lavar ball, and he can play with his son. While man, I don't mind high gives done if it gets done is to write thing. Like, I understand where you're coming from like, oh, LeBron once again flexing his power, but nothing moves without someone powerful and something powerful behind it. So yeah, if that's the that's the gender is saves a lot of other kids from my my issue is like if that's part of the push. Let's say it's only two percent of the whatever is it a push for the right reasons. Again, does anybody at any point ever say are we doing what's best for the game of basketball? And I think a lot of the conversation about the NBA. Is dishonest? I really do. I don't think the product on the court is as good as it could be if these guys spent some time in a real apprenticeship because they don't know how to play you're right. Of a high Q. And that's what is, but if you're going to put those kids out there, it's a trade mechanism app called thinking swim. And you go to swim. I to learn how to trade with fake money until you go to each raider Dmitri, you do that. I so I think you have to set yourself up especially because you're gonna have the money whether to G league across seas, whether the NBA you're still going to have some money. And if you're good enough, it'd be NBA, but I think he needs such up those type of situations. I mean Kobe was great for the game. The Browns great for the game. But if flips there's a flip side to that coin, I respect that a robber swift. While they're slipped to the coin. But you gotta get a guy out Tunde. I'm talking about just the we can talk about Kobe LeBron cagey the best of the best. But I'm talking about what about the mid level players do have ten year careers in the NBA. They don't know how to play this game. Don't prepare don't know how to compete again. That's a lot of the things. You learn in the college experience, what blew my mind going from high school to college was I thought I used to work hard. And then I got to holy cow. I was doing nothing when you go from college to the pros. It's like, wow, I thought I prepared myself in college now, but then I get to the pros, and it's a whole nother level. So wouldn't you want to skip that step because it's always a Volvo? So who cares? What you're collegiate level of preparation is going have to change the game. When she gets a pros. My best spirits is going to be at that level when I trained for football. There was a day. I used to run track. Off then it became football specialized training because the four hundred meters go help you on this field. We gotta get right into the grind. Jason woodlock. He's Marcellus Wiley time to put on our thinking caps, Tino mobile and TJ who's Madonna bat as you all know, I'm a journalist, and we've got our resident Ivy league Marcellus year. We're gonna take a deeper look at a big issue in the sports world got a special cap for Columbia grad L, reshi, you, man. Nice. Move to Oxford, Mississippi where to pro confederacy confederacy groups organize the March onto the ole miss campus on Saturday and response to the March eight rebel basketball players k- knee during the anthem before their matchup with Georgia one of the rebel players described the action as a way to support their teammate. Adding, quote, we saw one of our teammates doing, and we just didn't want him to be alone. Head coach Kerma Davis said I think our players made an emotional decision to show these people. They're not welcome on our campus. You guys I'm pretty well established. How I feel about Neely during the national anthem. I don't think it's productive. I can't criticize these young people though at all because they're following the lead of adults, and we as adults and particularly those of us in the media. We've sent out a signal to everybody that if you see anything racial that you don't like the appropriate responses to take a knee during the national anthem, and I don't think it's productive. But I don't blame the young people. And when I hear the young people say that they were actually fall in line. Like dominoes supporting the teammate. I think that's very courageous. And the smart thing to do don't leave your teammate out there on an island. Don't let him take on that burden all by himself fall in behind. So I don't blame the young people. I blame us as a dose that. We haven't explained the young people more appropriately. What should the respond to be to ignorance? I respect players kneeling. I don't necessarily support to statements by their coach Davis, and I think he was being genuine. But I think he was also being absence of the fact that on the same campus as they call it. The March began at the confederate monument on the city square ended at another confederate monument in the heart of the ole miss campus so sales disingenuous when you talk about we're trying to really deal with the tensions on campus. But these hate groups, keep piercing our borders. When in reality, you have symbols that makes this the hate headquarters on campus actual monuments that actually symbolize what these people are talking about. So how do you hate the individuals? When you don't hate what they stand for which is right there something that is still standing enough support for that same group. So it could get hypocritical. It could get a lot of contradiction in this. But omiss as a campus if you really want to respect all. Why do you still have the monuments there? Maybe a different conversation with certainly let's not get distracted by the outrage in the back last when reality the confederate allies fill that they have symbols of support on campus. I don't want to disagree passionately or whatever. But ballistics remember when you took that scholarship those monuments were they're respecting ole miss the rebel flag. There's no secrets there. But. I'm a little sensitive to that. I don't I don't I don't really agree with how the coach the culture response. Marcellus? I. Just very mind boggling to me two thousand nineteen that you can still do. Things like this, right? And. If if you're going to say, I need give me an answer will Jason you said well view don't act like this peacefully. How do you want us to act when it's my answer would be this is my response. Right. Right. Right. I'm going to shine brighter. I'm going to have more and more success. I'm going to irradiate the people that think less of me by doing far more than them. That's the response. That's been going on Martin Luther King that are mutually exclusive. You can. But I just don't if I'm the hate group, the KKK white national I've gotten the response that I wanted I wanted to provoke a reaction from you. And as long as you allow idiots to control your actions, you're not going to move ahead. It's more. I can't roll. I can't peaceful. I get it. But it's a response that took a little local story that no one knew about and made it national. I guarantee you they're celebrating. This is the response. They wanted in my thing. So last week we talked about Colin Kaepernick, and what changed will he exact in? This is part of it had he not done. What he did? We wouldn't have guys doing this. We wouldn't have players schools wouldn't even know people kneeling in to me is courageous Zuhdi this because in our culture, you do this now it's gonna turn physical. So for them just to take a knee and say, we're going to counteract your. Protests peacefully by nearly they knew exactly what they were doing. But, but it's to the point now where it's what you say you go to old miss if they have that type of monument on campus. You know what you're getting yourself into? It's not it's not a secret. So to speak issues is two thousand nineteen for you to be able to even hold a rally. Once you do that Raleigh was going to take place. They should've said, no, we're not allowing some kids are absent minded as well. Right. So I don't have bus and you riding a bus or UCD certain things they may not understand the dynamics of it. But some of the the one who needs I he understands the dynamics, but cook Cotino, I guess, my my point is there's no place on planet earth, where these types of idiots don't exist. And so the whole thing of we're going to spray enough raid. We're gonna kill all the roaches. If you've ever lived in a Roach filled environment. It doesn't work. Though. So. Come back. It doesn't work that way. And so all this taking a knee, rain rain isn't going to cure, the problem of roaches and so- roaches are going to be here and ever since Adam and eve sin and stupidity have been a part of this planet, and that doesn't mean you accept it, and blah, blah, blah, but I'm just taking the knee because I'm playing devil's advocate. Just trying to get you all to understand we sit here and go ovals confederate monuments are so offensive and the people that believe and truthfully it doesn't even bother me. You don't tell me whatever you put your hands on me. Okay. I'm okay. There you go, truthfully. And then so, but they say, well, you know, all of this confederate doesn't mean that it doesn't represent which you say and that falls on deaf ear stuff. So we kinda laugh what do you mean? And then we turn around and say when they say when you take it more Dimitri, well, hold it doesn't mean that we mean something. What I see the guard sign with the same people having an argument, and I'm trying to say look don't be like them back away shine your best response to biggest is to shine. Trust me, the biggest watching this show. Our air Tatum. We up here show. You know, what's interesting about this to reconcile? This conversation is always with the phrasing to what a veiled like to what greater good greater gain. And I'm gonna be honest in my personal life. If you ever come at me with anything personal overt and racist. It does not to how ever when you come at us. It seems like now a little more agitated, and that's because I think I have a bicker skin a greater experience. Then maybe the ties while was voiceless empower Lewis, and I can now take some of those hits for those who can't respond the same. And I think these players, especially the young age your teenager. You're in college. They're caught up in that conflict. You come at me, a forty four stop it is affable. But then you come at these kids, and you come at all of point. That's why I think the rub is it's not about the visuals. Excellent point. And this is where I I think what the. Kids are doing actually is relatively appropriate when I was young and right, no. I wouldn't say get vying. But you you have an emotional response. I told a story on this show about me. And my my boy standing out in the middle of the street. We finna get it on with some white dues, then drop the N word on he's holding whose e I didn't know it. I'm in the throw he. Right. Rethinking as a young person doing this. And again, I'm saying as Dokes we given this visits to my God. If someone does something here tapes, you make sure you bond respond to motioning taking me, I just don't think says affected. Jimmy here to help us talk about our who've already LeBron James. What what are you? What are you wear? What is it? Beings being with the TNT with the can't the who Canty Canty. Hey, you know, what that is? I know what he asked. What else is good? Yeah. You wanna do? I think people don't we don't want to hear from you today. Put a mask on you. And they did that. And it's the right. Look for you every show. This is your best costume yet him. Retired of. Build a SAS incorrectly. You have any thoughts. I figured you come out here, and you're ladonna, James outfit. You know? You have no thoughts on the Brian James and tell you. So let me tell you beef, and pork I'm gonna tell you both. Everybody got jokes right now. Come home. Say what I want to say. Thank you know, what? A real take this. Oh. Bill. Mass ain't helping. I don't know if I could have picked Jimmy up. I got here in better shape. All far. We have an approval rating here for LeBron James and LeBron, you know, finger-pointing LeBron James that's what he's doing out here in Hollywood. He's got he's got a triple double and finger-pointing. I'm going to basically keep the same seventeen job performance. Twenty-three all time greatest fifteen character. I'm gonna drop people point authenticity. All this finger pointing in authentic to me I had to drive as well. As for me stealing. You know, I love the Bronco. I've seen the script before seeing this movie produced before don't do what Kobe did even though Kobe's. Great your great, still, man. Embrace those young dues bring them along instead of which. All right.

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S&B Pridecast: Talking Raiders Week 2 loss to Broncos

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S&B Pridecast: Talking Raiders Week 2 loss to Broncos

"Hello and welcome to the very second edition of the silver and black pride cast featuring myself Tyler Smith better known as decorator, dumbest and Levi Damian. And today we're recapping the raiders and Broncos game, which took place on Sunday afternoon, September sixteenth, which the Broncos won twenty two nineteen at home. So Levi, what were your impressions today of the raiders offense? Because they didn't have a very good second half orders outing in general against the Rams. So what do you think they did differently today? The give a little bit better success. I think for the most part, they just looked a little bit more a little more organized. I mean, you saw, I guess, Rams basically only time they were really, really put together was that scripted, I drive and then they, they came on this game and they looked really good on the first drive as well. Even though they didn't finish it touched up, but it didn't end there. You know, kinda it continued and you didn't. And really the most part there were the biggest difference was der cards composure. He, he, he panicked in the pocket and the game before and this one he, he seemed to be able to, you know, just run the offense pretty well. He was very, very efficient Ulan like three Rian completions through for over ninety percent of his passes. I mean, granted, you wanna look at a lot of it had to do with game plan. They weren't having him drop back and take any too many deep shots. They wanted to get the get the ball off quickly so that. Didn't face a lot of lot of pressure, but if that's the, that's the offense you're running and he ran it officially. I mean, there's not really much more than you can ask from him that I think the the second thing it was really just getting the receivers more involved. It lasts last week as we know is all Jared cook in the big subject was the fact that that he didn't get the ball to Mark Cooper hardly at all. And this this week, he, they completely flip that on its head. He saw ten targets caught every single one of them for hundred sixteen yards. I mean, he was very involved in the offense when he wasn't hardly involved at all before. And you can't really say that it necessarily was a matter of the defense taking him away because the the Broncos have pretty good corners to different. They made it in effort to make sure that they got him the ball, and he did a really good job getting open. I think he did produce. Getting over getting open against the Rams as well. He just they just didn't find him in those games. So I think that was really big to see the receivers more involved, a Jordy Nelson had, you know, at least one lung completion and Seth Roberts had his big twenty yard touchdown and everything. So he had the top three receivers getting seeing. A lot of passes in that was a big deal. I also think the like the last thing I would say that really stood out to me. Was there the raiders offense is I drive in the third quarter because it came on the heels of the Broncos leading out the second half with scoring drive in your thinking all. Now here we go again and the raiders come out there and March right down the field and score a touchdown, and it was the the, the touchdown pass from car to Seth Roberts his being his first touchdown pass of the year. So it was a pretty. They're really big, really big, big drive. A lot of things in that that game from Derek cars perspective where really positive. Yeah, I agree. The one thing that really encouraged me more than more than anything else really was the fact that I saw car on a number of occasions stand there in the middle of the pocket guys closed on him from every direction from hind left right in front. And he just stood there and he stood tall deliver. A confident pass. It went exactly where you wanted it to go. He wasn't out there running around seeing ghosts a completely flipped the script from the Rams game because Rams game he was out there when for life from nothing. And this game there actually was pressure coming at him and he didn't look faced at all and he was there. He was confident look like he knew what he was doing and he really did. He had you went twenty nine for thirty three for like ninety point six completion percentage, which I believe is the most completions ever for a player who's thrown thirty three or more passes. So he's got a new record to his name today. And I, I was honestly pretty proud to see that he did that. Well, that was the completion percentage. That was that was the highest ever for somebody with through thirty three passes. But the, yeah, I mean that I think that the numbers they sound really good. But I think if you wanna look at the flip side of the how many completions he had is the fact had two hundred eighty eight yards, which means he averaged less than ten yards per completion, which that's not. That's not great. You expect if you're gonna complete plead, nearly thirty passes that you're gonna have no problem getting over three hundred yards. But what you were saying about these pocket presence. I think what I saw what we saw last week is he got sacked by Michael brokers near the end of the third quarter. And after that he completely melted down. He was he was all a happy feet do make those weird passes after that is when the offense couldn't score. Again, they and the the, the Rams went like the wrestler. Gave twenty to nothing from the end of the third quarter to the end of the game. And this one he got sacked by von Miller. Pretty early on actually got sacked a couple times. One of them was wiped out by a penalty, but after those sacks, nothing changed. He's still as as you mentioned, he's still the same. It was still the same in the pocket steam quarterback as he was before that didn't make him like it didn't freak him out. So who knows maybe last week it was just he needed to get that first sack out of the way is scared him. He righted themselves through the week and now his, you know, now he'll be better off the rest of the season. So that certainly possible. On the flip side of the field on, what did you see from the raiders defense that either encouraged you or concern you? How do you think it went on the defensive side of the ball today? Well, again, it was another one of those first half versus second half type situations. They looked fantastic in the first half shutting out Doug about last week hole in the Rams to ten points. Will they shut out the Broncos in the first half and had their first interception Sean Melvin? That was fantastic. Interception universe kinda swooped over there and picked it off. What looked like it was practically assured touchdown. He picked it off right there the goal line, and let's obviously something last year we didn't see until the eleventh game of the season so getting it'd get night interception. So early on in the season is always a welcome sight. So I mean, I can't really say much for what the defense did in the second half. A lot of people wanna say, you know, there were gas and stuff like that. I would. I would abide our bought that. In the last week this week, you know, maybe with the temperature being what it was it was kind of, but you know, both teams are going through that there's really no excuse the the offense was was keeping the ball long enough to give the in most cases to give the defence time to to rest specifically late that late late in the game that last drive the offense had where they ate about his three or four minutes off the clock and before giving back to the Broncos. And then the events gave up that last play, missed a couple tackles to give up the game winning field goal. So the second half was very different is is kind of same story last week they gotta be able to close out games. Obviously, we know that that a lot of that has to do with the fact that they don't have their closer anymore. We all know that that's what max job was came into close it, and he just wasn't there. And the result was the same as last week. They had a sack early on in the in the game in the first half, and then nothing they couldn't get any pass, rush at all the second half and you can't go through games like this. You can't go through games without any pass, rush whatsoever. All that. In a game like this at ends with a one point difference on a last second field goal only takes one or two plays one or a one sack here and there to to stall a drive and upend things to change the entire outcome. And you just didn't see that about the conditioning issue. I mean, as far as the raiders being gassed at the end of the game, do you think that something they can work on his first or physical conditioning, or was it just product of playing in Denver, or was it something that the that the Broncos get specifically with their game scheme, try to wear the raiders out. What's your thoughts on that? I don't know if it's necessarily a conditioning thing. I say that some people were saying that they were gassed. I don't necessarily think I believe that I think the, you know, whatever is issues. Teams were having it was issues at both teams were facing the, the thin air thing isn't going to necessarily affect one team different than the other. I some research when they went to play Mexico City last year about the effects of thin air on the body and. And the fact that it actually doesn't start affecting you until for like a couple of days after you've been in that environment Zoll. So you're two courses of and than you don't. You don't actually acclimate it acclimate to it for a couple of weeks. So if you want to play in thin area in a thin air stadium somewhere, you either have to a go there at the last minute which led the raiders did like they always do Eunice go their own Saturday. Before in your your body is still functioning on the levels of oxygen that it did before it left. You won't start feeling the scenario checks until two later or you go to that place in stay there for two weeks so that you can acclimate to it. So any there either way the their bodies were were fine for the thin air, not to affect that. It was really, I don't think it was affecting them too much not anymore than any more than the Bronco. It was just a miserable temperatures, whatnot. I don't think it's conditioning thing per se. Was your take on the raiders special teams today they they did miss an extra point which turn out to be the difference in the game. And we also had jury Nelson, returning punts of d think there's an issue there with with punt returners we're, we're missing are starting March Turner today. What's your take on the special teams situation. Well, I mean the it was a little odd having Jordy Nelson back there. Returning punts. I expected it to be Jalen Rashard which is what it was last year and he saw him back there on kick returns at some point, but, but you know you, it's a little strange when you when Dwayne Harris is you're starting kick returner and punt returner and he can't go. And your backup is supposed to be Nick Nelson, and then you don't even activate him for the game. That doesn't make a lot of sense to me. Why? Why you would do that? Why? Why you wouldn't activate almost assumed Boynton. Boynton Harris can't go is going to be Nick Nelson. That's what it says on the depth chart. That's what you expected to be is not good if he's the last corner on the roster than that's what he'll be doing. He'll be a, it'll be returning kicks punts or one or the other, not Thirty-three-year-old. Jordy Nelson back there being not really getting any number of being a factor in the return game. And then as far as the punting is concerned, Johnny Townsend had a couple of couple pretty bad. Punts didn't do the raiders any favors he had won the travel like forty yards and set the that they started like the thirty or thirty five yard line. And then that one at the end was really bad where it was forty, nine yard punt to a touchback. So that's a twenty nine yard net. On a punt that they like the, they needed depend the Broncos back as far as they could on that final drive to give them as far as you know as possible, they needed to drive before the to try to kick the game winning field goal. And if you, you kick a punt a touchback to give him ball at the twenty. You're just you're doing all kinds of favors there and they really bit him. You can't have a twenty nine yard net punt at the end of the game like that. His his, his whole reason for being here is because he's supposed to be creative will be a great directional punter be of the place where he wants. So he doesn't have the big leg that Marquette king had when he was with the raiders and still does obviously. But so he may he supposed to make up for it with his was just as leg talent in general, and he didn't. He didn't do that. He was. This is it's pretty bad when you're when you're missing your the the, the big legged punter and he's on the opposite side line. So what's what's your take on Nick Nelson? Because I felt like he was one of the raiders more impressive defenders during the preseason. And yet he's been inactive for the first two weeks of the regular season is something going on there that we should know about, what do you have any insight on that. No. I mean, I, I just think it's a matter of they have x. amount of roster spots on the active roster. They have x. the x. number of corners, they probably like some of the other guys to do other things on special teams. You saw Neil dominate. Rogers commodities been playing special teams. He's been doing pretty damn good job of it. So Samantha numbers game is what it is the as far as I can tell and the the they wanted to, they wanted to have those receivers active that that was a little bit of a that. That's what I find it a little strange when you're talking about a numbers game. Like I said, I think it is and yet Brandon. Lavelle who I don't. I don't recall seeing snap in the game. He did. He didn't have any catches as far as I could tell. And yet he's active for the game a, why would he be active and Nick Nelson be inactive. The guy who can actually return the her in the punt I had to look. That I've to look at the, you know, snap Coutts tomorrow to see what they what they used. Renna fell four if anything, but that that's a mysterious at the very strange decision to the have him active in not Nick Nelson in the return game situation. So where do you, where do you think the raiders go from here? I mean, do you think there's any like major changes they should make schematically or is this this to start? Just a matter of them playing the Rams were really, really good and also playing tough game at Denver the do you think there's anything they have to do differently to have any success from here on out. I don't know that they can do anything differently because right now they're working within the constraints of what they have on the field, the talent they have. I mean, they you have their car doing these quick passes because the fact that you have a rookie left tackle and you have a career left tackle right, tackle going against an elite pass, rushing team, and you want him to be confident in the pocket. You don't want him to get destroyed on the pass rush. So you didn't dunk and you you. You'll quick slants shell across and stuff like that. Passes behind the line of scrimmage. You do all that stuff to to in order to get him to do what he needs to do. So I mean, you go against other teams, you know the the game plan will be a little different, but that's not a matter of like a matter of the team doing something different as a philosophy is just like, will. This is a different opponent of different matchups. So we're gonna game plan a little bit. Different for that. I don't think they're going to. I don't think they're going to play the dolphins the same way next week they played the Broncos this week is the dolphins. Don't have the pass rushers that Broncos have. So perhaps next week he might UCLA little bit more five, seven step drops and a little more deep passing than you. You've seen these first couple of games and and you would have to -ssume that the more dare carpets comfortable in Jon Gruden skiing the more things eloping up for him in that in that regard. All right. Well, I think we've adequately covered the Broncos game. We'll be back later on this week to preview the Miami Dolphins game will should be in Miami. That should be an early game on Sunday. Pretty sure. So we're going to sign up for now. We hope you enjoy the sewed, and we will see you for the next one. Thanks, Bye-bye. Everybody's at chief of the verge has podcast every week called the verge cast my friends, Paul Miller, indeed bone. 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LDS Trailer thoughts

Funnest Frontier: A Star Trek Podcast

06:11 min | 6 months ago

LDS Trailer thoughts

"This is Joe and thank you for listening and subscribing. I am going to give my broad overview thoughts on the trailer for a Star Trek lower decks after this break. Thank you have thought about making a podcast and thought it was too hard. Well, it's not with anchor. It's the easiest way to make a podcast and it's completely free. There's creation tools that allow you to record edit your podcast right from your phone or computer in Chrome get your podcast for you. So it can be heard on Spotify Apple podcast and any other listening device that podcasts are on you can make money from your podcast with no minimum length listenership wage, and it's everything you need to make a podcast in one place download the free anchor app today or go to Anchor. FM to get started off. All right, the trailer starts off of the good look of the USS Cerritos. It looks like a really good design of a ship. I really like how it's laid out really curious about saucer section of being separated from the deflector Shield pod area, but that would be really curious to see how they dress that. I'm sure it's going to be for comedic effect. I seen a lot of people on Twitter pretty upset about it. But yeah those shows for humor, so I'm sure there's only some kind of Comedy evolved around that so I'm really looking forward to that. I'm going to go ahead and stop right here and put in a clipped. I really enjoyed from the dead trailer as well. Captain's Log stardate 574 36.2 first Contact is a delicate high-stakes operation of diplomacy one must be red or anything. Captain's Log we're all supposed to keep okay. Let me listen to go away leave. This is the new show with the scheduled in after we see the USS Cerritos. We get a good introduction to the the lower deck screw. I really like all the crew members the purple haired guy. I don't know Dave's I'm going to get used to note and get women to know their names eventually, but the purple hair guy really like him. I like the reduction to him recording is Captain or pretend to be recording a Captain's Log and it looks like our utility closet and then they don't in summer Eric and Mariner. I like to she came in and she interrupted him that was funny. And then the green Orion girl. I feel like she acted the way I would react when I ride on Starz. Ship the ship is a freaking amazing. So I really like that where the most amazing ship ever. Whatever was she said something along those lines. Anyway, I really liked that. That was really great. And then the guy who has the implant ever like him. He looks like a combination of Jordy and the guy from Teen Titans. I don't know his name the cyborg guy, but he kind of old I got but so I'm really interested to see what they do with him the bridge crew kind of residency with that but I'm really more into the lower decks people anyway, cuz that's are going to be the people are really far off. So I'm going to go ahead and stop here and I'm going to go ahead and Aaron put in another clip. I really enjoyed. All right. Yeah, it's a mariner is blast shields on there had to crack up way more than I should have that trailer was really amazing and really funny. I remember really really looking forward to this show August 6th can't get here soon enough for me. I think everybody's don't really enjoy this show once they actually give it a chance dead. As far as the people in Twitter who are really upset about it already. I mean those people just kind of I think Dave's need to get the stick out of their butt and kind of like Take things as they come maybe get a little humor in their life because this show looks like we really funny in Star Trek need some humor Star Trek's been too serious for too long. So I definitely could use some humor so long it's going to be yeah, that's really my broad overview. The green Orion girl. I really liked her as well. I think it's a mariner and hers part will be my favorites. Like I said, I love her reaction when she first Lanes on the ship and saying how the shipping most amazing ship ever and then her and the and the med-bay when the doctor tells her to start pumping that heart that's a really great reaction as well. I really am I think those are probably going to be my favorite sport by our guys will be my probably my third favorite because he seems kind of cool too. So yeah, we're look forward to the show and at this point, I'm really not sure if I'm what I'm doing with things between now and San Diego the Comic Con at home if new information drops are probably will but if not at this point, it probably will be after January July 23rd, June. But thank you for subscribing to listening. Please follow me on Twitter @jeff slower, and then also on anchor you can support the podcast on patreon. Sorry to page as well. You can look up LDS podcasts on patreon and tell your friends. This is this going to be a really great adventure. I think that's going to be a really good show some really funny and I'm literally look forward to and all that Discovery Discovery party reached out to me about possibly doing a podcast with them when the show comes out. So if that ends up happening, I will let everybody know. Thank you. I'm going to drop in a couple more Clips here that I really enjoyed from the trailer as well. That was really funny. Thank you again for listening. And please give me some feedback to leave. You can send that page St. Lower decks at gmail.com or you can message you on Twitter. I'm always open to that as well deck slower. Thank you. Boss pays the funnest wrong with you almost calm down at such as it was it was set to stun.

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MONSTRUO SEASON II

Sword and Scale

27:49 min | 1 year ago

MONSTRUO SEASON II

"Murder isn't cute. Murder is an meme. It's not something funny to chat about out with the girls over a glass of wine just to be edgy it sure as fuck is in a lifetime movie. Murder is pure violence of the most extreme form. It's removing a human life from this planet by force about a year ago. I am a few fellow. PODCASTERS set out to describe exactly what this act entails to fill in the blanks so to speak of dialogue or or thought but to keep all the factual details of the story in place we would pick the most extreme of the extreme heinous this murders that make your stomach turn and because of the narrative nature of the show we wouldn't be limited to the states. The entire thing would be an international tour of real life horror. We called it months tro the Spanish word for monster which is exactly what the protagonists of these stories are many of you weren't ready. We get that and this show isn't for everyone. That's for sure but myself Jack Jack Luna from dark topic and Tyler Bell from West Side Fairytales think it's some of the best and most original work we've ever done and may possibly ever do so today. We're announcing the launch of season two and you're about to hear part one of the very first episode if if you want to hear the rest including all the nine stories of season one and all of the rest of the nine stories of season two then head on over to apple podcasts outcasts or your preferred podcast player and searched for months Tro podcast that's M. O. N. S. T. R. U. O. Banks and we recommend you finish eating your breakfast lunch before listening. Enjoy what you're about to hear is based on actual events. Listener discretion is advised It's hanging right there in front of him. Catching the light like a dirty shower curtain what little sun hits it from the room beyond staines the thing a brownish yellow color that reminds the detective of the calluses on the soles of his feet beat that are itching now as he takes the rest of the thing in its own feet dangling empty and slightly wrinkled above the linoleum the victim's skin peeled from the meat of his body and hung in the doorway from its mouth the distended the lips yanked open in a silent endless scream Jordy Jordy looks over the top of his cruiser at the crowd of people gathering on the street outside the House. The crowd has grown steadily since the first units arrived and shows no signs of slowing slowing most of the on lookers already seem to have a better idea what's going on inside the residence than he does. They keep asking calf finally did him but did she. It's not something he can rightly answer. He arrived just before the detectives a few minutes ago. It was charged with sitting outside and managing the crowd. None of the local seem much concerned but causing ruckus though a few of them have snuck up to him and the other officer at the barrier whisper about how they might want to keep an eye out for the night brothers those can start trouble they suggest mostly he's been standing with his his ass and chasing the odd on looker away from the car hidden around the side of the house they move on agreeably wiping sweat off their foreheads making comments about somebody named. Pricey majority supposes owns home an old man steps out of the crowd having only just wandered up the street he waves Jordi who sighs and turns that cut finally do him he asks and Jordy has to get him to clarify. The man nods his head toward the house. His breath is feted with the stench of alcohol cat chat finally kill Presi you he searches geordies face for any sign of acknowledgment finds something there and then spits shakes his head fucking shame that Pricey was an alright sort hell of a bloke damn fucking shame sir. If you've got any information about the crime you need to share that with the police. Jordan says fainting some semblance semblance of authority as much as he can muster anyway. The old guy waves handed him. It turns to leave. Boy Kelly you sticking around the old guy asks. What are the onlookers. The man says he is and the old guy slaps him on the back. I'm heading uphill for drink. You can come by and fill me in later. There's a shot at foia. Foia Kelly laughs nods and the old guy says a low to a few others before disappearing up the street heading for the town only other bar having maybe been kicked out of the Downhill Hill one already a rookie. One of the detectives calls from the front door of the building Jordi knowledge the man in jogs up to the Texas faces drawn and Pale. He's breathing the outside air like a man just escape from a gas chamber jewelry looks past him into the House for just a second stark inside the terrible smell leaking out the door and the hot summer air as the kind of stents. She can feel collecting in your pores. Bring your cops. That detective says meatless detective Murdoch in the bedroom back there the well she was still in the house so there's not going to be a manhunt. Jordi asks the detective it gives a square look and then loses the color of his shirt pulling his necktie open to let in air despite the march heat no man's already done he can say the detective mutters to himself his eyes wander over the crowd and then he hisses at Jordi pointing at the rookie shoes. Don't fucking move you. Jordi freezes and looks down at a lump of old barbecue. Laying on the grass looks back on the detective question apparent in his eyes but the detective looks past him waves to the other officer in the yard. The man jogs over you get inside an assistant murdoch. He says to Jordi pushing a shoulder to get him going. Here's the other officer speaking with a detective as he enters the house. They're supposed to be around here somewhere. It comes up trying to eat that right there on the ground. You stop it kicking if you have to but don't touch that meat and don't let anybody else touch. Jordi passes beyond where you can. Here's detectives voice. The interior of the house smells awful deep. Capri Santino be blood and something else things cooking things doing doing the smell of steam vegetables and something else something deep and rod or all the rest it makes the hairs on the back of his neck stand end up there is blood when he turns on his flashlight literally buckets of it flicked onto the walls and poured scraped over the floor and patterns that beleaguered Leaguers Brain when he tries to make sense of it puts his back to it torn looking curtain separates the hall from the kitchen tries to avoid stepping in anything he calls the detective Murdoch who barks gruff back year that Georgie follows all the way to the bedroom. There's more blood and less just spiders inspects that seemed to cover everything in equal portions. This flashlight falls on shaped by one of the living rooms easy chairs. It's a mannequin. He thinks looking in closer at it it sitting just in front of the chair on the floor. There's a soda bottle under its hand. It has no head detective detective. Murdoch calls to Jordi again breakings attention on the odd thing in the living room the mannequin a mannequin it has to be George shakes his head and walks into the bedroom where the blood spatters continue to pepper the walls and ceiling. They are touch sparser here. He thinks this is where it started. There is a woman sitting on the bed in the rank chaos of this home. She is a clean and almost radiant thing. Her hair is a mad capri fringe around face. Slack slack with exhaustion. She's middle aged and though she may have been pretty once time is taken that bobble and turn it beyond repair. There are glasses over our eyes is and her eyes are black. They Find Georgie and he looks away despite himself. You're going to lock up with officer Jordan in here. Detective Murdoch says to the woman she stands and turns offering Jordi her wrists an old pro. Jordi puts on the cups without a struggle. It gets a good look at Murdoch's face in the enter. The old detective is looking at the woman with a mix of disgust and undisguised interest like shit covered. Rubik's cube to turns away from being solved a puzzle. It's close to completion but to disgusting to Touch Murdoch dismisses them and they walked down the hall. The woman Katherine night the Cath local and asking after let some leader down the hall they skirt the bloodstains and she doesn't offer up a liquor resistance until just before they reached the front door jaw realizes then that she's fairly large for a woman before he can tell her to keep moving. She speaks in a whisper that unnerves young a young cop. That's fucking get pricing fucking rapist it shout fucker. Jordi blinks followers gazed tattered tarp hanging between the kitchen and the living room hallway now the light from outside is falling perfectly on it and he could see what he couldn't earlier the tarp has made of human skin peeled perfectly from the meat of what he perceived to be a mannequin and the room beyond his eyes move up from where the flesh that once covered the toes hang gently curly just above the floor man's cock and balls dangle limply from the crutch of the pelt fairly translucent tinged yellow but scant sunlight it hangs from its mouth by a Hook Panin into the beam overtop the door the empty. I holds a drawn wide stare in horror. Katherine who is already pulling the shell shell shocked young policeman at the front door those gently chuckling under a breath the cracked and gaping mouth of the human pelts seems to call out for a drink something the former owner a man known to his friends as pricey likely need it badly before his death You're right pricey. I'll tell you about Kathie me. Kill it relents waving living for the bartender who brings down to fresh beers and a bottle of whiskey he uses to refill the little shot glass by Kellett's elbow. Pricey sits right of Kellet his his tired eyes constantly roaming to and from the door. They're only two bars in town. The uphill won the downhill one. It's not hard to find drinking drinking man in Aberdeen worried about coming to get you here killed asks with a chuckle swirling around the whiskey and then taking it in a shot his eyes narrow and he looks tired for a moment older than he is though he's no longer a young man. None of them are the no cath he looks at the door himself and then raises a hand for another drink before starting on the beer. There's a lot to tell you about with Catherine me. We go way back you know man at the abattoir and all that back in all seventy two ooh seventy three of the lake Jewish just about seventeen fresh new work pushers like I was dropped out of school and all that she wanted to follow. Oh after her dad can but you never met him. I guess would relationship that. A lot of what I heard is rumor even though well we are together all them years and all that bad. She said he did all sorts of things. Turn you know the parents are never do children those sorts of things even then she always wanted her life as an adult. Amir her mom and dad's everything was Barbara. This can again that when we married she expected me to hang the laundry what she did the finances because that was out barb and candidate the the littlest thing was out of place off plan. She pop off like Fireworks Bang Bang Bang. WHO's fucking mental but back then I was wildcard myself. We met out there the abattoir like I said which she wanted his job because that's what dad did she wanted him to piece of two carcasses Boehner but that's a high level job in that line of work so she had a starting decapitations. She enjoyed the hell out of that. I will lie. That's probably what brought us together. At first I worked on the killing floor lar- before she got that job bolting pigs in the head got a kick out of it to watching fat fuck squeal and squirming shit all over the place ace cheated to faulk. She'd come and watch even when she was on break. Just sit there and eat lunch watches stupider anyway. I fired from that job for growing smoke under the boss office big fucking inconvenience that by soldiered on son. I soldiered on me. Cath started going together full time around then and we made something of a name for ourselves in the community. She was bigger than me by bit. I'm not ashamed to say she swatted me around something fierce but of course as you know all about that by now that said she was also bigger than the other mules around town. We get into scuffed in this bar that party. I'd start him and she finished him. Come in hard and Fast Swat people right in the back of the head. She would a lot of fun yeah going around with her which trains and hut moves in the Bush I get in all sorts of trouble with the long on which she commemorate by putting the stories in the paper and this little scrapbook wasn't perfect you know she got that promotion shirow. Boehner and they gave her a set of bake. Fuck off butcher's knives to go do the job with fucking took those knives more than she did to me. There's they were always sort of around. You know she kept him. Sharpe's sin. Even out in the fuckers over the bed gave some sort of lie about how he might eight Needham. Somebody broke in whatever she's still hanging like that. Yeah I thought so I could keep you here on telling you stories about. Cath on your tab but here's one that'll kind of get you to where you're going with all this one night would drunk up and looking for some fun and we ended up in this farmers paddock with a chainsaw. I kill steer because fucking why not and that's the the end of that right but you should see calf while I'm doing it is a big she's gotTa. Hands Clenched Fists Fists and pushed against herself. You know down there like a kid named the P. I think she's into me. 'cause I've seen her like that before. Four on the killing floor dough is watching the pigs get done but I'm fucking wrong because I finish and she pulls a fucking knife out of God. God knows where and start skinning the fucking thing and it's a big fuck off steer. You know that should takes a long long fucking in time so I tell her. I'm getting sicker standing there and she just sort growls at me about this pelt. How it's a fun time we've been having and she wants to remember it so she's GonNa take that skin and Cape it hanging on the wall or some shit. I'm sure you've seen the walls any place. She's he's allowed to decorate real horse. Show Shit and you know. She tried to kill me a couple of times though I never talk and I'm sure you've talk to some of the other guys too. You know how it goes with Kath right at the end. I woke up with our Ombu me in bed one night. She had my arms pinned down in one of those big fucking knives to my throat told me how easy would be to kill me. Joking Mike Mike but her eyes were black. I could never seen a person's eyes get and that was pretty much the end of us she sneaky pricey. That's what you gotTa know it. She never forgets nothing. Dom is a box of rocks mean in his yet and can barely read but she never forgets and his mind you. She knows where you sleep. that night pricey dreams of clanking machinery in the steady rumble of rubber conveyor belts of the smell of blood in the half muddled moans things dying in a slaughterhouse he is sitting in the stuffed armchair in. Catherine's apartment however the one he doesn't like to visit all around him. Our heads and pelts obscure twisted bits of metal. He knows her old game team. Traps collectibles never used he tries to stand the can't his arms and legs are bound together and chains that criss cross over his shoulders intertwined through stainless steel ring lids they click softly as he struggles chairs comfortable. Otherwise ahead of him was Catherine's bedroom. He I saw the inside of that place years ago now taking her home from one of the bars in town ceiling himself to her indelibly the arrangement of the furniture isn't correct act the bed being set just front door so that he's looking directly at it normally would be against the wall but he can understand now why it's arranged like this. It isn't the bed but the knives hanging over it that he's meant to see Catherine's knives the one she was given more than twenty years ago when she moved out to the position of Boehner at the Abattoir Douar. An assortment of tools used a stripped down carcasses to their most basic parts pulling the bones from the muscles and reading the meat for the lighter butchery down the line. She kept them above her bed ever since he known her. They kept them sharpened shining so that they look brand. New Old knives will use knives aren't like noon is you can tell how old they are up close. The shine isn't from freshness but from care glitter comes from thousand Nixon scratches along the blade in half all L. polished smooth and sharp he feels somebody put a hand on the back of the chair. It slides forward gently. Just a bit is restraints. Allow him just just enough movement to see a set of tracks on the floor like for a railcar in a mind the hand hesitates for just a second and gives them a firm push chair roles. You can hear the study rumble of the old castres in the wheels for a second he thinks he'll roll right into the bedroom but the chair flips forward ninety degrees and flies. Dennis was shoot into the guts of some red hell the sound of the slaughterhouse becomes louder overbearing. The chair continues along its track but he does not not steady falls directly at the grant chains butting into his shoulders leaving him dangling with his head over a white plastic bucket. The bucket is square on the sides is with a big hole in the middle leading into drain pricey screams for someone to help him. There is nobody all I can see in the dark space to the dull red lights of industrial exit signs and the hundreds of bodies hanging alongside twist and squirm leaking into squares white buckets like the one beneath them he tries rocking and swinging swinging but none of it helps. He's trapped stuck. Nobody's come but that's not right is there. There is somebody on their way to him. He can hear the WOMP thump of a double hinged door flipping back and forth as somebody steps through it. He thinks to call out. That's that's not a good idea. He knows the lights flicker on pricey screens when he sees what's been hanging around him. In the dark. The bodies dangling from Hooks looks all of them at different stages of butchery. Some are a little more than skeletons some of fully disemboweled and left with gaping cavities where their organs once were but all all of them have one thing in common. They are all wearing prices face. She's approaching a woman wearing black lingerie in a butcher's Apron Catherine of course her hair up in a bun and tucked underneath a loose blue heron a black bag like a doctor's bag dangles from lips. She stands in front of Pricey and in the hip shaking your head. Thank you leave don't you. She asks kneeling down and plucking it a strap on the side of the bag it unfurled into a long black leather sheet or nicer field in this display. All them kept in place just by little pockets sewn into the fabric. His heart is racing. She picks one simple silvery thing no longer than prices hand twirls a between her fingers like a drummer palce. Those are nice to keep on hand. If you want to remember she says running your hand down prices chest I to his embarrassment. He realizes he's naked but what you eat of a thing that stays with you stays with you forever over. She holds the knife against his throat and he begins to shiver. He can't help himself. She laughs. Don't worry pricey. She says says setting the knife down behind her. I wouldn't sticky while you're squirming around like that. It's not humane. She turns picks up a mouth. The size of her fist the impact edge of slightly round he tries to beg but she puts a finger to her lips and shakes her head. No no the salad is pricey. She says now don't move but itchy twice of you wiggle letter the way she brings the Mallet back swingset at his temple pricey wakes in the cold sweat sitting straight up in bed. He slaps his body checking for chains or cuts or something. It's shortly after midnight and though he doesn't know it yet it's the Steve of his death. He wipes the sweat from his forehead and takes a deep breath then he freezes is a shape shape in the doorway or so he thinks it is vaguely feminine and there is something short and shining in it's hand cat he asks the shadow doesn't respond. He hasn't completely broken up with Katherine yet but he also also didn't let her sleep over tonight. Pricey turns and flips on the bedside light which fills the hallway by the bedroom in an instant there is nothing there no shadows no Catherine. No knife pricey walks through the house taking off the feeling of being watched and washes his face in the bathroom. He tries to think of something to do next tries to imagine a game plan that makes any sort of sets and fails in time he makes the last tour of the house checking the locks and windows and then goes back to bed. His dreams are quiet dark and peaceful L. But there is a shadow on the lawn outside his house. One that will not scatter when you poor light on it a shadow aw with something short and shiny in it's hand the monster is an incongruity production. If you've enjoyed this experience please subscribe subscribe and leave a positive review. Please support our sponsors. You can find out more by searching for monster podcast on facebook twitter and instagram or visit us at monster podcast dot com the show was written and hosted by Jack Luna Tyler Bell and might be day sound design by Jonathan McMichael and Robert Ravelli original score by Leon Rogers art by Jake Peres Executive Producer Mike Day

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PMS 2.0 280 - MNF Recap, Aaron Rodgers, Michael Lombardi, & AJ Hawk

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

1:27:36 hr | 3 months ago

PMS 2.0 280 - MNF Recap, Aaron Rodgers, Michael Lombardi, & AJ Hawk

"Hello. It is Aaron Rodgers Tuesday October. Twenty seventh in it is a beautiful day isn't tie it sure. Is I'm very excited. Just a couple of days removed from Aaron Rodgers slicing and dicing the Houston Texans. He will join us for a conversation which the whole world will be talking about I assume. Well, we talk about nobody knows I don't even know but I'm excited to see where it goes. And what are you know? He's back. You know I mean the tales of his demise were obviously short-lived bunch tall tales. Yes. Me Fairy Tales if yes asked me not based in reality because the reality is the dude is on touchable. Give them some weapons now? Because to get a couple more weapons but he involved Adams said no need. We'll just take this thing over ten to chat with him. Also big ASS brain. In the history of Football Michael. Lombardi Co, host of Hammer Don gambling podcast that we run out of here. and. Also a man who has his own podcast. He's a former general manager for the browns a former adviser for the New England Patriots. He has two kids currently coaching in the NFL. His life has been committed to football. Since Day one, he's Super Italian. We won't hold that against him but get ready to learn some things about the football and the humans that have created from our friend Michael Lombardi, and once again if you enjoy the show via telephone K., we're growing by the show which means You guys that are listening to this are telling friends about their show in. We can't thank you enough for that guerrilla marketing baby. There are plenty of things they could penetrate your ear holes. The fact that will allow us to do on a regular basis. Now that we're every single day with this podcast, we are eternally grateful for it. 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Have the same punt because if you're GONNA get jammed at all, that's field goal that's potential points on the board immediately have to get a little bit higher. You have to get your conference down there. CHICAGO, bears had to do that rams took advantage of it scored some points. That's football like that is what football supposed to be. That is why the position is important in football because the number three overall stat to look at to decide who WANNA game number one is the score greats that great status. Turnover margin, number two, and number. Three's field position is honestly one of the most important parts of the game that never gets talked about. Now the stats are changing because offenses are getting better and better, and it's not great for the position. I'm just telling you historically for football why the punter position has been so important, that's why you hear coaches like Jim Tressel say the punt is the most important play in football. You Hear Bill Belichick greatest coach of all time about how important special teams is because it's a game of. Real. Estate. It's a game of. Condoleeza Rice compared to war because it's what it is and are gaining territory. That's all you're trying to do and whenever you pawn it's like, okay we'll give it back to you. Now you're going to try and then battle to battle your defense is keeping them in there. Then you slowly gained on a field that is what the pointing position is. That's why feel position matters and that's why when a guy like Johnny Hecker who is at the top of the craft has a game that's at the top of his list of games on. Prime Time Television, and it wins eight is so great for the bread. This is a conversation everybody was having last night, Steve Levy Greasy Louis riddick whatever your thoughts are I enjoy them. They talked about a lot of putting a lot of that. They called it a watermelon ball. So that hit the Internet I think it's up in Hannibal Ado, if I'm not mistaken, it's from Ozzy rules football by the way he's been doing this for years. Now he's been doing this for like three years in he. The first time I saw him do this. It was actually the first ever four, the brand video that I've ever put out I. didn't have it called. That's great for the brain until maybe like the next week but this is the first NFL Sunday of my retirement I'm watching the game it's the first time I'm watching the game in a long time obviously live without being the game and I see Johnny Hecker do this punt and I hear the commentators say a fucking. Thing about it, they're just like the ball just any boats at out at the six or whatever. I'm like we do. Do you know what the fuck just happened this guy turned that some bitch sideways any pundit that thing in a chopper fashion in that thing by the way, you never see a return or trying to catch it because that's some bitches coming down Allah banana whenever it's falling to the ground. I believe that's why. It's named that I'm not Australia night and creates a kick but I'm assuming that is the case because every time you hit it, it goes up and then it comes down like this normally kicks it aside, which is a much better bounce. Then potential four bounce it comes from the back thing the only issue with that that particular punish you have like that much of a spot on the ball, you can hit if you that. Thing to to thin that's going straight sideways. That is a one yard punt maybe two yard punt potentially if that thing just because your foot's this big the ball he's big. If you're trying to hit that thing if you hit that, just a little bit left that things gone straight sideways you hit it a little bit to the right that thing's going straight to the left and fat fashion. So the fact that he had the Difference obviously between Ozzy rules football and the NFL football, the Aussie rules football. This is a junior version is a rounder ball. So the sweet spots bigger, there's also no person rushing them. It doesn't have to happen and one point three seconds from the time it touches your hands so when it happens. But it is similar, but it's very, very different. I saw a lot of ozzy rules fans last night. So eating how similar it is to the banana boat we've been doing it for fifty years like I. Agree you guys have been what you guys have helped in the NFL game is incredible, but it's a little bit different. I think Michael Dixon would say that who was an? Owner in the NFL now comes from that world. But the fact that he had enough confidence to do that and I recorded it basically, it was like I cannot believe this dude did I got a text from Shane Luckily that was like I can't believe that some of. That ball is going out of bounds or whatever it was. So impressive that he did it with so much pressure on them and it led to a New York Times article that particular tweet it led to the for the brand videos basically still happening because I'm very much a if something works early. Okay. I'll stick with it. If something doesn't work I'm GONNA bounce off because I don't have time to waste. Do Shit that people obviously don't enjoy aren't that break so. It's one of those things. So he's probably the birth of not only for the brand videos which I spent my Sundays doing that loving. By the way I enjoy the hell out of me just screaming at my phone hyping up downs that are normally considered bathroom downs by the way. That's what people normally. Well, it's going into a commercial break. I was getting millions of views on punting videos explaining to people putting was in the thing I found out was. People are interested to hear about that type. Of thing. There's never been anybody that's been able to talk about it. So I think the interesting thing to me about this whole thing is maybe I johnny. A massive. Thank you for even getting me answer the potential football talk world because I wouldn't have known that people gave a damn about learning about the putting thing. Now I knew there was a lot of intricacies about it that people would respect if we started breaking down, it's nowhere near as hard of a position as every other position. Okay. We get it. Your shoulders aren't. GonNa has banged up your head isn't GonNa be as banged up, but you only get a couple opportunities like a Golfer for instance, people compare it to Gulf, which by the way golfers mentality is amazing. Okay. That's a tiny little ball a tiny little club to things but if you had a bad shot, okay, you can go save it and then you can save it and in. The kicking road that doesn't happen. If you had a bad shot, you're welcome back to the sideline for forty five, fifty minutes. She's sitting there. Now I hope I, get a chance to do this again, and by the way I don't get a chance to do it again it's probably GonNa be my fault why we lost and I haven't been able to do a damn thing about it afterwards there's just so Much about having to come together in one quick moment being able to dial it altogether in perform at your absolute highest ability and I think punters and kickers obviously have been mocked for a long long time for whatever reason whether it's that today where celebrations Toray C. L. is which that's a tough look I agree and I'm happy GRAMATICA got his knee back together and everything like that, and there's guys stories like. The guy gets kicked in the head by the returner and all that stuff. But the mentality to go out there and perform your job whether you're a super nerd or super jock in such a moment of pressure with so much on the line I think deserves a little bit of credit a little bit of, Hey, that's pretty impressive. What you're able to do in Johnny Hecker is at the top of the world doing that that was one of the most impressive nights I've ever seen in my entire life when it came to ball kicking his first one, it was good. I was like, okay, Johnny Hacker though then that. Sixty three yard bomb that just checked up by the way are perfectly when you see that ball in the air. K. You. There's a chance at that thing's GonNa Bounce back. You can tell with the way the ball is spinning that there's a chance it's in a bounce back or there's a chance. It's GonNa go straightforward whenever he saw that ball turn in the way it was and it was coming down. There is probably this all men this can be perfect, and then you're like watching the gunners and you're watching to see if it's far or if it's close because if you're three feet off by the way, that's A. Difference Field, position in that thing just spikes inbound straight up Oh my God he ran down the field doing that that moment of why you see the ball tournament, it checks up the amount of relief, the amount of happiness that all hit him. I was so happy for him. He beat the bears last. The question whether or not often worth fuck because whenever you starting from the five, you're going to have to be a great offense. If you're planning on scorn because I do believe the chances of scoring is like below fifteen percent maybe below ten percent I think he's probably below ten percent you start inside your ten and I think it's obviously much much start inside your five. There's a good chance you're going to be turning the ball back over to their team whether it's turnover on downs interception because you've got to make a play or you're gonNA end up putting it and Yeah. He dominated the bears last night and I think it's a little bit unfair to judge the Chicago bears offense this morning because they were put in positions where they had to play perfectly had to play perfectly now they played nowhere near that very. Very terrible. I mean almost disgusting looking at time you'd. Get a fair shake whenever he got Johnny Hecker dominating your entire solely did so like talking about hecker like. CHICAGO FANFARE DOWN. Stakes seeing I saw got. So I can't eat steaks but didn't win either. Way taking junior though. Should he ever return any of those or at least get under the ball? Yeah. That's interesting. One Lane let the ten maybe. But I think he was a yard or so if he catches that one that spikes up at the three or whatever, and he gets tackled thereby by him an idiot. So you can't touch that that one that he hit sideways like that. That's a tough ball to capitol. Everybody knows that's a tough market first of all Ted Kuenz been around a long time. So I'm sure he's seen it before I'm not hundred percent. Sure. If donal hits that ball so has he seen that in practice all week maybe maybe not I'm not a hundred percent. Sure. But that's a tough mean that thing turns it literally turns sideways. It's awesome to watch because. It's like when you learn at your beer league softball friend. who takes it very serious like the tournaments and all that shit and you see videos of him hitting smashing. Smashing softballs off of like lights and everything. Whenever you learn that I guess there pitchers can throw curveballs ballers high level beer league softball like. Whenever. You learn how much football can move like a football can move someone. You can hit a knuckleball where that thing goes sideways that chopper one turns a lot. But that's what department turn is back there for the most athletic person. Exactly. But if you're Ted Ginn and you see that thing cutting at the last second pretty hard, which is what it does. Is it better to let that thing? Bounds or is it better to try to catch that thing? You know what I mean? So there's there's something that's why the punt by the way is. So damn good because there's a chance a muff is coming from this thing as well. It's I. Tell You the trending last night for being so bad but I didn't WanNa. Say he was bad because obviously we don't know much about hackers like well. mean. Ted Ted. Kuenz in a I mean popstar one of the. Wildest. Positions exist yeah. Great, balls the thought though of people have to not even think about I didn't even follow that I didn't know that it reminded me a lot of a game, the San Diego chargers at the time playing against the Indianapolis Colts in the play offs and it would have been the two thousand, eight season. and. Might. CIPHERS. Had like the greatest game in the history of putting at the time I think he pinned Peyton. Like the four, the five. But I think he had he had a great one the playoff game basically Mike ciphers won the playoff game. It came afterwards Hunter Smith. I was in drafted immediately after that. So Bill Polian that game changed like he got rid of hundred and we need a new pun or whatever, and it was because Mike ciphers won that game Johnny Hecker last night won that game against the bears in I'm not sure Donald could've changed it. So I'm going let hundred. Smith. Now that I think he was unfairly judged whenever he got cut for that. Game I 'cause I mean unless Paddle Donald was able to hit like seventy ord rocket which by the way he could have tried to do which is a great way to combat that but your banking on your offense and defense moving just a little bit or stopping because you've offense gets a first down all the sudden. Now you're gaining a little bit field position but the way 'cause they weren't able to and he was hitting, he was in the end over end bollock forty, four yards every time there was no change John Hecker one game. Yup. Game. What's Paul Right now though this should lead into a pretty good conversation I'm excited to hear this up. So who's the worst coach in the NFL right now Adam gays seventy seven point four, percent Mike McCarthy. Eleven point seven, Mike Zimmer one, point, five, percent, and matinee. Point Four. Team has a coach at nine point, four percent of a poll for the worst coach. Mike McCarthy almost being out. That's an interesting situation. Yeah. Isn't Jerry Jones say he's our guy but there's a lot of heat and smoke coming from that Dallas, Mike McCarthy one and done thing. There's no way that you read a Mike McCarthy after this year. But that locker of needs to figured it out Donner Jerry Jones had a hilarious soundbite. We'll talk about here in a little bit. At. BUBBA gump sitting in on the couch at Boston Connor's here. Tie Schmidt is here all the boys in the back digs would not be here today he woke up this morning feeling a little sticky set. The ERR on the side of caution told him stay home we have been getting to people in our office tested every single week for covert here we have managed to keep it locked down by the way I. Appreciate that did not think he has that at all but to err on the side of caution said, Hey, don't get tested and then you'll come back Yeah. Teasing piece digs and feel bad. Tony Screw. Turn. Come on if you can send him out tweets at turned digs. With Z. at the end. Etan. Yeah I think it was a smart move though. Added do you? You did it early this entire thing? It was. Maybe, three weeks into the entire Jaslyn Stereo was at its peak pretty much tie wakes up. Feels like Shit. I'm Tom Self Quarantine here for a little bit gets tested comes back. All right here we got back in again threat. It's a smart thing what we're doing here. Half the big ten would keep tone or you out of here for twenty one days. Talk about that at all of the NFL on the other side, we have a guy named Michael Lombardi joining us who former GM and the Cleveland browns season adviser for a long time at the New England patriots. He is post of hammered down our gambling podcast. When you hear this guy speak about football aw, some people have come out against the mob Jason Kelsey caught him out in the Super Bowl speech he owned by the way this dude will own he understands, but this guy has forgotten more football maybe. then. Anybody else's ever learned. There's probably a couple of assume ballot check is. The football conversations he has his ability just being incredibly blunt with it. I'm excited for this conversation he's been hot too in the gambling world. Should be a lot of fun. We'll be back on the other side with Michael Them Bardy. We'll talk about the world that is sports world and Aaron Rodgers joins us in the third hour. In potentially Johnny Hecker. I sent him a text semtex. He's probably out celebrating all damn night. Rightfully. So with his family by the way super debt, he is a super dad every time. Any time I ever talked to him I. Think he's Super Batting at the moment last time he was only played guitar. Yeah that's melody little. He's six foot six by the way. On stor can they move the yardage back because that's that twenty yard to the five was a seventy, five year pump. It only registered sixty three. Yeah. It makes no sense that the field goal kickers gift from the spotless spot exactly punters get from the line of scrimmage because that's the only part that matters by the way is how much you gave. That's the stat she does A. Long. It is officially. Aaron Rodgers Tuesday. Twenty, seven, two, thousand, and twenty another Aaron Rodgers Tuesday has come to us a beautiful fashion this week it comes after a massive dub. Massive massive of slice and dice in the Houston. Texans. He and Davante Adams almost had two hundred yards together. Bunch of touchdown celebrations. Life is good. Is He on right now? Ladies and gentlemen. A alongside and incredible man on a national championship and a super bowl. Aj Hawk man joining us in the middle after a big dub just days after learning the defenses had his offense figured out. He went out and did the same damn thing he was doing for the first month and some days to begin the Season Ladies and gentlemen. Number Twelve Erin. Okay is everything. Did you hear everything just happened? We just want Abe Shit in here for you know just. How much? Come on on do you want to? Do. We do this from the jump. If you'd like we don't have time let's get to it. ME. By. The Way Mason Jar real crowd-pleaser last week whenever you were drinking out of that I'm a big fan of that move. Is that just what your kitchen is? Just a bunch of Mason Jars and paper plates and stuff like mine. No? No, and it's far otherwise. Could you imagine them writer Aaron Rodgers is potentially dealing with alcohol problem. Or let's talk about the game. Immediately after the game, you were asked about Davante Adams and you said something to you know devante and I talked before the game and we knew or something we there was some conversation that was adding you guys knew it seemed like you to were able to do whatever the hell you wanted on Sunday what the Texans did you know that going in and what was that conversation with vaunted like? I don't think like we knew that going in. I, think it was more just feeling that based on. Aaron. Jones. Ban Out. And the plan. You know and obviously their offense having so much success. Last week against Tennessee just felt like we were going to have to have a big game and it's just what happens. Sometimes you sit in the locker room, it's strange locker head you know the plexiglas between every single locker. So you don't really see guys faces I wouldn't sure where he was at but to send them a little reminder that I was going to need them in a big way and I felt really good about things He obviously felt the same way You know I just think it's important sometimes. To. Remind star receivers. Jordy, Nelson all the time. It has to be patient I think especially in a game where you know you gotta make plays, you're expecting to make place just to have patients with the way things go because you've got again the game of cit plan. Now you know thankfully for for today, we got off to a really good start at the beginning touchdown I drive but we had a couple real subtle adjustments in the game that. Really made the stats better. He's says a talented guy. He does so much couple times. He was so damn wide open you just trying to not miss him. With the ball but him and I have been in a really good groove in. Two days ago just kind of combination of. A really good wakeup practice and good communication even on you know an hour before the game. Eight. Aaron. Gate sometimes hinder a quarterback. Received that, you are thinking okay I got to go to this guy and I only bring us up because their whole Baker Mayfield Odell Beckham Junior. Situation Dan Orlovsky actually. Explained it very well, I think whatever NFL live he was on he said sometimes. He saw Matt. Stafford getting this situation with Kevin Johnson I. In your mind I gotTA. Make sure I. pushed the ball to Calvin but then it kinda takes away you being able to go through your progressions. Then when he's out, you can kind of free up and see everything that a real thing. I don't think any quarterback looks like that I really don't. I just think that's the wrong way to play if you are. You know there's a difference insuring force outside pressure. You you don't have pressure but if you're a lower stature quarterback, they're gonNa want you to throw this stud they brought in. I see what you're saying and I'M NOT SAYING IT'S NOT A. It's not a real thing. I'll say you can go on with your answer I'm sorry about look there's a reason that guys that guy it's because he probably open a lot and open to the Calvin Johnson know in his heyday was different than most receivers open for Odell, is different from US receivers an open for Devante. I just think that there's certain guys who just have. That special special star quality like Julio, you know just to just. So you do feed him, you know intentionally sometimes because they have usually a bigger catch radius, they have the ability to run more routes You know so I don't think you really mistake fighting that I just think whether you're not in rhythm yet or not a groove yet or you guys need a spark. You know those type of guys that you want to go to in the situation that we start off hot and kind of kept it going entire game but. You know there's been times in my career where I need to play and you happened in the Super Bowl you know I felt like we were just a little bit off I was running a little a little high of emotionally. and. We called a a screen pass on third and one, and I learned the go right outside Jordy Nelson for a touchdown that settled me down I. Think it said all our offense down and we went on to win the game. So sometimes you you you do make subtle adjustments. People might say it's forcing and for the offense for yourself it's it's a way to to kind of sell into a group because those guys are so talented by the way not you just play in Super Bowl. Deep. Ball you're awesome. I. Wish I would have done that in the Super Bowl. Cool. I just looked out the gun and say fuck and GOPALA. That would have been out of beautiful would have been a magical moment and maybe that's why you were you and I am me you said that maybe you're a bit high emotionally or whatever. Is always laughing always seems like you're laughing having a great time. Is that a conscious effort by like I am a better me whenever I'm having a good time because for me it was like whenever I was like either super focus or something like that. I would I would overthinking or whatever. I. Had to be very relaxed. That's something that you kind of realize about yourself. Proud of the moment in the Super Bowl you know and and we played one It's just a different feeling. Just emotions are higher the Adrenalin Goin the nerves are higher and you kind of just WanNa get that I. You know big play to settle everything in I think in and we'd taken a couple of shots and missed him. And I just felt like you know we had the press coverage. On Him. And like the match up and just wanted at least give it a look and based on his release. He was He was probably GONNA be a yard too on top and. You know hit him in a good spot and the rest is Kinda history there I think it doesn't matter. You know my sixteen season. You we always need that kind of I played as get settled into the game. you know whether it's a deep throw or taking a little shot you know or getting outside pocket and running. There's always that play. The kind of settles you ended the game less nerves. I think the older you get more used to it but if you don't have nerves out there I think you're getting maybe focus in and realized it's Came time I always thought I was mentally weak because I felt that whenever I was at the top, but I was doing very well. I mean what China did last night might be the new top of everything whatever that was unbelievable. But whenever I would go out there for the first time ever I knew I was like I was nervous like I'll get like a little bit nervous but like I was like anxious to get the first one I'm like man what a mentally weak son of a bitch you are. It turns out everybody does that's good news by learned something about me that I'm not. So I appreciate you saying what you just said. Right, that your dream journal later. Not right now I don't suck. That's good news I'm not mentally guy that's great news for me Aaron. What about that? So that play Jordy you say third and one screen code I don't know if. You're not confirming or denying that you agree with that call on the screen but let's say you throw it out there to Jordi. And you don't connect what's that conversation like on the sideline. Big. Mike. It's Better, you met her make it work if you're gonNA, do that. You, there's times in all games like that. You know there's you have to. You have to understand. The consequences. And Trust your instincts. We had multiple plays in the game against Houston. This happens all the time where you you make adjustments in the and you make it work. Or, you must have a good reason why did something I think the beauty in in in play caller quarterback relations is there has to be trust there has to be trust coming in to to execute the play call trusted. If I see something that you know it's in my opinion, what's going to put us in the situation like touchdown devante where he absolutely smoke off the line. that was an adjustment that actually went back to a conversation from earlier in the season with the. Believe. We're playing Detroit, and we talked about the route adjustment verse press when he was number two in the slot to stack. In the moment. In the moment I saw the you know I saw the alignment I didn't necessarily expect to save to go double week like did away from Devante but but I may just a subtle adjustment to Darius into demonte. And obviously they smoke them off line and then great about six years separation and underthrown by about four yards for so give it to your window break smart smart. SMART. But But you know there has to be trust there from from from coach me and it also understand when is a good time to do that when it's time to to kind of go with you progression and trust the you know the nature of the risk reward factor is an ultimate balance that you have to do I guess and everything especially. When it comes to your relationship with the floor who a lot of people wanted you to hate each other early and that has set off in the conversation. But last night it was alleged okay. Brian Greasy I believe said something and you heard this obviously Brian Greasy said something on the did you did you? Did you heard it? So Brian, Greasy said last. On. The game that Nick foles hammer told them that sometimes a call come in for a play and he knows he has no chance because he doesn't have enough time for the thing or whatever. So basically, the way Brian Greasy delivered, it was like full sodas last night that NATO sending some plays that he knows isn't GonNa work because he's not going to have enough time and then. Nagy came out and said, well, Nick foles never told me that and now nick foles as well. That was a misquote. But let's forget about the misquote that happens between interview of quarterback and commentator, which I'm sure there's a couple of stories that you have for that but we don't talk about that is there is that what the conversation you and the floor had this off season where you go through the offense and you say, Hey, I think in this situation this happens like is that the play caller quarterback relationship youtube literally to be tied at the hip right and if there's any type attention at all, it's not gonNa Work I think attention is released through the conversations. You know whether it's during the week It's situational conversations about their downplay that we like and. You know this everything is complicated weather overcomplicated or were complicated right to the right amount as far as the analytics part on the breakdown of each section of their down and and off the field really you know we have different Areas the field where we you know breakdown tenancies and stuff. We like Collins spots and there been conversation about all those things and the thing I enjoy about. Working with Matt, as you know, there's been there's been a lot of great conversations throughout the off season and during the regular season about stuff that we like and why we like them and. Show. Me a clip that he likes it from or I'll. Refer back to something that I like or some that I saw some from years past on the reason that I like one block over another play and. you know and I think it really helps him see how I see things and vice versa You know when when I understand the why? it really helps. It's just kind of how it always been as as an athlete. This understanding why redoing things helps me see the entire picture and his quarterback yearly have to see the entire picture and understand not just. The play call but the protection, the stress points in protection and the subtle adjustments you can make them play and then how to go about the play to use. The scheme to your advantage. There's so much going on. There is a lot going on in off of that. Goes in line with this I know you in. So many years of plane I in Green. Bay You know you've had celebrities that come watch you play who are some of your favorite celebrities maybe at away games that you have seen that may you may I? May or may not have been calling certain celebrities on the sidelines during warmups at times. What. I think would be more specific. Well. Sure that's Scott. Scott. I. I don't know if we want to. Know, if we won the game. Tim Allen. Tim Allen I. Sorry. It muted commute. You know. I don't know if we won this game not we're in Chicago is a night game and there was a certain actor, a mustache, the time, and you're very excited in. You could not stop trying to get his attention during warmups. I don't know if you're talking about. Our Welfare or Cusak Ole. It was neither of those guys you're talking about John Cusak John cusack. Yeah. Yeah, he's definitely up their. Favorite celebrities we've seen welfare has been no game Kevin Durant we played the redskins he was wearing redskin colors but. wash. Kevin Durant it's been a game Anthony Davis WHO's a packers fan has been the game walkie box various games see sobat the way back in the day when he was playing on kind of a rented, the loan contract for the Milwaukee Brewers came to game. Harry styles from one direction fame. Godless that. The Jonas Brothers have been the game shot. Nick Nick and Joe No. Age was was really excited to. With Joe I think it was. The oldest. The Middle Right. Got It sings how bill. Yeah Age is a big fan too. So really she was rumored to be et at one of our games. and. Then it was in Dallas for years ago and I don't think she showed US count on that. That's a shame. All these people and I would assume they'll come talk though which is one of the perks of being the quarterback of the team I would assume they all come down. They don't they don't talk. You love shrugs her. You know let me before we keep going. There's one person who's really upset if I don't mention them and that's. Kevin from the office Brian Bumgarner. Off there's a good friend of. He spent two into a few games He's a great fan met him years ago You know also I think it'd be remiss if I didn't talk about his, you know finish this year Tahoe which was his best finish of his career. Dad's job. Brian Really. excited. Brian He's he's he's definitely gotten out of the Barclay groups and into the more. Middle of fat groups that were proud of him with. About the Eddie George Charles Barkley Aj Hawk groups, the things that you're referring to right there I believe at that lake. Tahoe. Thing how how come you've not set low wayne yet. Yeah Low Wayne has been in the locker room actually postponed. Wayne like in the locker room. That was amazing. That was during. During playoff run. That was doing eleven. We were really good. I think age age as prime members. Anki, got a fixture with him. I didn't get a picture that time. But I still have a soft spot in my heart for green and yellow when it comes on yeah remix of. Lacking Wiz Khalifa Song I believe you're you're happy up you know. Thank you. Definitely up to date with my with my rap these. Crushed it right. There I. Think you just slaughtered. It was company songs out by the way from Pittsburgh rapper loves marijuana. Let's move on the conversation last week. Do you know that what you did you? Actually you were there the reaction to your zoom conference call where you were asked about defenses figuring out your offense in you said one of five or whatever the reaction was. Awesome. It was like Aaron. Rodgers in a bad mood. Aaron Rodgers Moody this is what happens when Aaron. Rodgers loses games. He's Moody and all this was everywhere. It was awesome to watch by the way just. As not you probably suck for you to hear other Shit, but you've been hearing his entire life. So that's you probably use to for me just watching this thing kind of catapult because I knew I was going to ask you about it. When you sit there and you say something like that and you watch the world react to it. What are your immediate thoughts immediate thoughts while watching? I didn't see a lot of the reactions to be honest. I really didn't You missed it. They're good and and Tom Fanning. You know who's works PR with packers didn't alert you to a lot of stuff going on I will address. You know last Wednesday I think it was It was one of the poorest set questions that I have received Oh. Yeah. Okay. You know those people got a job to do we are foreign one And I think I've been really good on those and I I try and be a stop was possible and give them answers. That You know that that answer the question maybe some insight but I thought you know some questions were just Poor questions so. Poor questions don't always get the same type of answers and and kind of a job to do and I'm not saying it's easy. But when it started off the way, it started off that question beginning the press conference. It It really didn't get much better at that point. That was the first question. I didn't know that was the first question I. Expressed Byron Happy Wednesday okay. So your offense stinks the entire NFL figured it out What are your thoughts on that? What hilarious start to a conversation that's awesome and didn't it didn't get any better from there so I can't say it was everybody. I, don't WanNA throw buddy under the bus but there were a few good questions in there but. I'm talked tomorrow and I know that can they can do better than they did last week you know right there you either made somebody's Day for saying that or whoever potentially asked that question is now going to run with this and act as if like Erin Kim like that's what they're going to do this but you know that everything you say is going to cause a firestorm anyways well, look I mean I don't think it should be sensitive as Mark Dana no mark for years and I've been on his radio show and and worked with them for a long time and I think Martinez really good job I. Don't think it was a great question. But. Hey you know you're not going to be perfect every single week I'm sure you know maybe there'd be some sensitivity. Get them probably ask questions. I. Think it's mark at all I just didn't think it was a great question. Respect maybe that maybe it was maybe that's what they want. They want a strong reaction from you. Strong reaction I just told them. One out of five teams figures out so. Was the next question because I enjoy interviews, I enjoy him a lot I enjoy how conversations go like I think it's a very captivating thing whenever you start with that shot. Okay. How all right here we can only not with this thing you automatically assume it's going to be one of these days. What was another follow up question that was just like in your is like why are we framing the question in the way that we just did? There was some similar ones too that where you know just To me, it was it was questions of didn't have it even even give you that between you to give a thoughtful answer. And I looked over at time a couple of times during it. I wasn't trying to be rude but I, I was. I couldn't believe. What these people were asking. And again, I wasn't every single question, but it was it was like like. You're with me every week. You know I can give thoughtful answers. You know I give them a lot of time. You know let's quit on your framing to you can ask anything I've learned. It's all on how you frame the question. Like the framing of the question is your opinion on what the answer is going to be. Right. So what the answer should be in, it's a very interesting tactic because you can really lead people into a certain you watch dateline or whatever. Those investigators that are asking the questions, they just walk the person right through every fucked up thing. Walk them right through it. It's. It's the same thing where we talk about a conversation I'm excited to hear goes tomorrow chipper Aaron. Rodgers you know what I mean like I can't wait to hear how goes over there man. On this, just wait and see if you know. If you know. Bob Demoss key tries to. Project on me that I'm in a bad mood. By the way is not irritating thing. Are you? Okay? I'm okay. Are you sure you're okay seems like I, my wife I'll ask her everyone's like. Are you are you in the mood wherever she's again? I'm like. Are you sure you're GONNA go she's like all right now you're getting in the bad guy and. I will walk away I. Guess Time what's going on Aaron last week there was an article that came out about your quarterback room over the course of your career and I was just curious everyone knows you have arguably the single greatest game in jeopardy history which your backups had the toughest weekly exam and what kind of questions were typically toughest for you. How man she has A. Matt Flynn really started started doing a lot of those making some really really good tests. his were. You know about three football questions in about twenty pop culture smarter Viet. Questions You know I have obviously a few. Kind of zones where I'm really good whether it's history. When pop culture stuff I'm pretty good with music South Park TV shows movies you know. He he was really trying to stop me on certain things, but he was could at test The thing I, love that I always try to get me. There was put some fun facts on there. So do some research on the team the DB's give me some. Potential trash-talk and material about certain guys. Maybe it's a childhood nickname that they weren't too keen on or. Maybe some sort of. Thing, that said or did you can use against him in that talking about like a main trash-talk necessarily. But just something you could maybe rhythm about TV timeout that'd be fun and I used I would say I used many of those though fun facts over the years or maybe we just have some laughs on the sidelines but every now and then you. Throw one of those out there. you guys be surprised that research being done. So the big shots of Matt Flynn and Graham Harrell Brett Hundley was really good I'm to kind of carry the tradition to embroils. Job Now. Jordan's been doing been doing lately in the man he's into it. He's still a little football heavy at this point. A stop taking some serious okay. This is not a serious. We appreciate you being dialed in, but let's get to the. Eighth. GRADE REPORT OF INSERT NAME OF CORNER. Here. Yeah exactly. That's that's what we're going for. So I heard it in that same article I didn't read the entire thing. I should have probably sounded awesome. Read your article. Article and I texted with Graham Harrell afterwards. There was some liberties taken for sure. Okay. That's so that's why I didn't want to read it by the way because I didn't want to you know I heard you're a bad flip cup player that makes no sense at all because with how good you are at throttling. Again, that's a total lie. Graham Herald, had no idea how to play flip. Wow okay. I figured. Talking. All right. I. Heard that because I didn't read Articles Online Donald do a lot of the reading. Okay which isn't something to Brag about okay. Kids read your books. I'd never have put read your books and I was giving them information because we're big Flip Cup town where we come from big Flip Cup down it's the best drinking game it brings the entire place to its feet. Beer Pong, you only got two people perform you go seven on seven we'll flip up it can be an electric atmosphere. It's always been my favorite drinking game and whenever I heard that you were terrible at it. I was so bummed I don't think I was bummed for like twenty twenty, five minutes didn't leave my office in now very happy to hear that that's not the case. I'm thankful. You got out of there man your your spirits lifted up. You got back to you. You know trash talking about wrestling that I saw earlier I'm excited to see what happens with it. I thought maybe you're going call out AJ to be partner of yours and get him off these long wanted to follow in the footsteps of his heroes like Macho man, randy savage. Hulk Hogan. New Drugs those guys so If? I did we always? We always wondered we always wondered. Hey, did you. Get a chance to before. We let you go. You're so generous with your time by the way. Did you get a chance to watch any of LETTERMAN's new conversations on Netflix's talked? I'd be intrigued to hear your thoughts on that conversation. Haven't seen it yet and I also I did see this week I'm a big fan of Joe Rogan and I also talked to. CAST yet. So I haven't seen it yet. It's definitely on my watch list I did get to watch brought to. Yours your thoughts on it because have you guys seen yet not yet? A lot of my teammates in couple coaches who shot said it was better than one now also. Thousand six a lot of those people were even some of the coaches probably in school or middle. School or alimentary school. I was not I was in the NFL twenty, two I loved one I thought. Was Really. Really. Funny. Not as funny as the first one. Oh. Wow. What a review right here a Borat. But. It's not. It's not a knock on board to four one just was so ridiculous and I I'm a fan of the show from way. Way Back though I just thought you know it was tough because boy is so the characters so well known even when they showed him more out to like people recognize on the street obviously wearing the same grace soup but and then I hadn't seen this yet but I went back and watched. The first episode of WHO is. America. his other show that is. The first episode. Is Unbelievable. Hey Sasha Baron Cohen. He did this interview or he wrote something some He just typed out something as himself and he talked about how his genre of comedy is something that can showcase and the realities of certain things or whatever he has to be. So fearless that guy he has to be, he told a story about how? He wrote thing and I think we've seen it where he was at a Rodeo or a fight of some sort and his ex boyfriend he said chairs getting thrown at them. He had to get rushed out of back. He has to be the one of the most fearless humans in entertainment. And that was in Bruno that was when he was. When he had that? A scene with You know down in the deep south when they were wrestling. I mean and I heard, I, talked to a guy who was a producer on the movie when he's saying like the Kazakhstan anthem at the Rodeo. they surrounded the bus and they weren't GonNa let elite. They were getting wanted him to get out of the bus and they wanted to. beat the hell out of them. So like what a dominating sue wants do. Graddick Ron okay terms at this point. Is, is his comedy is It's pretty it's pretty incredible what he's able to get away with I think. You. Know a lot of times he goes after you know the same type of people. I. It's just amazing that you know when you look it up 'cause you're watching especially last night watch this and I'm like. There has to be actors right? Some people have to be accurate cannot be. But then you go back and look and these people are like normal people and figure out ways to. Fool them into thinking that this is a real event they're doing or whatever but. It's still amazing that you know some of the views and ideals. Somebody's people that he's able to do. Humans interesting thing for me. I haven't seen the movie I've only seen What's What was Rudy Rudy Giuliani doing. When he untucked assured have is that that was all. About the movie I don't know anything else. Yeah, he was doing an interview. with what he thought was a young journalist. And it's It's bore outs daughter in the movie, right? And the whole premise is that he's in order to get out of the work camp that he's been put in because borat embarrassed the country. Yes. To make this like grand gesture to someone in America. So he was bringing the ministry and Minister of. something of his. Film or whatever. As this spoilers right here it was a monkey. Now this is this is in the trailer. He was bringing a monkey to America to give the monkey away. To. Mike. Answer something. and. All this stuff didn't work out then he you know is going to give his daughter a daughter are way. and. Rudy thinks I. IT looks like he's taking off as Mike back. Maybe. But there were some I don't know. There's some weird things that you just gotTa Watch it for yourself can't wait to watch it pet sounds great. Mr Rogers why have you not watch Ted Lhasa? Yes and how does that not make it into your time when you're not watching film by the way, we watch real time maybe other stuff onto go to sleep at night or whatever I don't know how you haven't watched it yet. Honestly by there's a new show out a new trivia show that's a new old show called the weakest link by. I've seen a couple episodes of that other than that. I haven't really Watson TV besides last night watching a little bit. A little bit of Borat heck is it not Borat by the way? I don't know you tell me you're the fan you just do the critical acclaim of fucking both of them. There I. Don't think it's Borat. I think. Okay. Now be. You're smarter than. When you go on jeopardy. Jeopardy thing and tying. What did you say? Hi, score the basketball arguably the greatest single game performance of all time. Well, you'll ever go on. Just normal human jeopardy not normally the super. That's because that's like the NERD Super Bowl right? Is that do you think you could perform well against the jeopardy James's and all them? Not against him now that he's, he's you know him and can jennings are the two best players of all time Amen he? James Rewrote the whole. Strategy on how to play I, mean he. Put people away in the beginning by going for the biggest clues and then Dublin his money and. And then his ability you know he's a savant like the billy to like figure out wagers on daily doubles in order to get them right and equal dates that would correspond to important events in his life and. It was unbelievable I. Wish he was I. Think he's a Chicago bears fan which I don't hold it against them because. He's he's jeopardy jeopardy hero but but no, I couldn't competing in Sam or Ken Jennings I think some of the other you know when there's not a one of those types of players on there I think I, could maybe do okay But I probably do better against to celebrities against me and AJ. We're dumb. You're smart. Your athletic your great. Good luck this week and you're gonNA play. Fantastic. Thanks guys, I always enjoy seeing you ties especially but. Last week. Hey. Guess what to get better got you did. And he did right. Hey. ooh. I, don't know what that is. Ready. Know Pat didn't pet didn't notice I notice that your camera angle was slouching lower and lower trying to go this whole talk without mentioning your shirt because you've been trying to hugh into this conversation. I Chuck Choco. On the shirt just for this interview and. I just wanted one little recognition for for Carlos. You know he's a he's a northern California. Got These alleged. No He's in silent rage when the greatest movies all time. Expendable I just think we need to give him. Give him right now I have no idea who got to talk about, but somebody does and. Walker Texas Ranger you fucked over Ben Stiller at the end of dodgeball that guy I remember him say. All, you remember from him. That's it. Right there pal. Thanks a lot. Ron Kicks. Bali. Zillion twice or something like infinity twice I remember all that but I don't know much about him Ben Stiller's favorite actor. Yeah, you liked. Still have you ever married but I love. You just know everybody your phone is just like. 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Man. Michael Lombardi. Thank you. I always thought I. had a lot of. Whenever I was going through my vitamin brain. They're listing off all the things that you did I realize quickly. This guy has does everything at the moment. To be busy. Like writing and so that keeps me busy talking about football. I mean it's really not a job. It's just fun something I've done my whole life you since I started a League handicapped and Games. When you're pro personnel director of the National Football League, you're basically handicapped teves and I've been able to take and use that kind of knowledge and broad base it into this world that we live in today where people can make on the telephone breakdown team. So it's been fun for me I. Love It I have never you know. Trash talk year insidious, but I was seventeen. I have since. Ties on. First of all people putting bets on the telephone. I mean Jesus myself on there. I, think he just say phone there I mean. Picking it up off the wall and they're like, Hey, let's call in and by the way you probably used to have to call in bedside soon back in the day. But obviously, you know nothing about that because you've been the game for so long feels like a good path by the way for GM's to go your GM. Okay. You know more about football than almost every human on earth this point not not all. Bad. But most good GM's you want to retire. You don't want to do TV. Just give up gambling advice because you. Hey. The way you have helped me gamble this year I am very, very thankful for. Appreciate that but you're a hot streak. You're a lot harder than I. Am I mean we took a lump last night on the bears which the no better. Nick foles. That's what I really WanNa know like there's like two of them. Sometimes, he's really good at sometimes he's really bad or so into teaneck falls, you don't need to get a D. C.. What happened Johnny Hacker just dominated that game and I went on like a twenty minute at the beginning of this I went on like twenty minute run about why the punter position is. Important. One white has been for a long time in white people like Bill Belichick talk about it. Why People Jim tressel called it literally the most important play in football because it is just a territory game where you're trying to gain and gain more territory. Why? Why do some people have no idea about special teams? You think it's strictly because TV people don't know about it never talk about it or because it's not as sexy heavily penalties in the. Kicking game are disastrous, right so you're supposed to have a ball at the forty five yard line, but there is a penalty on kicking play, and now you're drive starts at the fifty. Well, that's a thirty yard penalty that doesn't show up in stats sheet. You know it's hidden yards, you can't find it. I mean you can't find that number anywhere and you know when you look at that wants Super Bowl that was played in Indianapolis the giants Potter he he was the reason they won the game I know they gave the MVP, the Eli, but the Patriots the Patriots starting field position in that game was the twenty three yard one. Steve. WEATHERFORD Steve Weatherford was at honored by the way. Yeah. I mean. So but nobody wants to talk about it and you plan along field, you've gotta get a bunch of first downs you gotta you know and if you're not making explosive plays like the bears can't do that drives gonNA saw now that they're callers holding against the against the offense drives a really stalling out. Last night. was that more of a the Los Angeles Rams are for real even though. ARE AGAINST NFC east teams or is it more the bears were? Everybody was saying as the worst for one good team five into team there is I think if they'd played that game in Chicago probably be different if they play the game in Chicago in the cold, it would be different. The DOS to travel back she power to Leonard temperature lows thirty five who got Goff's one of those players you should really look at your smartphone and. Is going decide how you want to play him because his body language tells you over dignity though and I didn't think you last night even though I didn't think he was sharp sharp I thought there was a sense of energy by the Rams I. Think if they'd played each other ten times I think the rams would when sexual harassment four Okay why so you're not giving up on the bears at all like you think last night, they had terrible field position all game. So it's not really a fair indicator of how terrible their offense is or how good their offense is because it's completely different playbook back there. You think they potentially get back into a little bit of Iran or you think they'll just be able. To show much better football team than they showed last night i. think anytime they play against the good offense that could score against their Defense Green Bay. For example, they're going to have a hard time with Green Bay if the Games of the twenty embarrassed half to basically check out the folder and they're never going to get into the twenty se right on my power rankings. Offense in football. For All. Around Matinee. Office of Mine d you on his fall she you know his offense really whether it's been with MVP mich or with with Foale's he wrote at trump will reverse to get one yard and actually run the football play the physicality. Plays off. You know. I I'm not a big fan of their offense I. The time they play against the a good office that has the survey play can't suit and it can't be. If they play Tennessee can't beat that no way you know because they can't score. I love how matter of fact you are by the way knowing for sure that those games could happen and come back to bite you in the s you're so matter of fact because you've been around football so much and you know so much about football this point where you're just like, yeah. Yeah they're gonNA suck they. They have no chance that they'll win here. They're gonNA stink against team in your do so matter of fact, that's why Jason Kelsey add to call you out on that stage because of matter of. I wonder what he's thinking right now I like to know that one. Who? Call. Hey I think football's a game a match I. Think you know look at the eagles tolerating they have the they have the twenty six office and the they're not playing very well, either right now but the game a match ups right? It's always about how your teams to tell your team plays. You know I thought we we all thought Pittsburgh was a top bachelor Tennessee because they could slow down a little bit whereas Tennessee plans Cincinnati Cincinnati will move the ball but eventually that game Tennessee we'll. Take it over this, and that'll become a hard game for Cincinnati to win. So it's always about the match ups and when you're a team Chicago that's built on just your defense alone you play Carolina that's a good game you could hold Colorado down but you play a team rams that could soar a San Francisco could soar voice because of their offense coordinator you you're going to have some issues. The matchup thing is what people talk about for bill, Belichick, how their offense every week is different they have. A new game plan, they're gonNA attack, your weaknesses they're going to expose them. They're take what they're gonNA make you play left handed which kind of a shot at left he's by the way I don't think the left hand anything bad but you get it make a play left handed is that because of the matchup mindset in? Did you develop that before you got there or was that just kind of the similar minds? We think alike, as we're smart about football thing I think it's I mean I don't. Know about being smart but I think we think alike, I full game a matchup right? I think either way we see the game the way Davis taught me the game reading about working for him was always about matchups like always last night if I'm coaching, the bears whoever the opposite corner is whether it's Troy Hill or anyone else I'm throwing the ball him the entire game I'll make it him know that I'm coming after SAS like I'm going to set it up. So I'm coming after you get off. Any read those all the time and he read those every weekend. He read basically when you're playing hits, he's told you what he thinks about. Those coaches they tell you the game's over what they really think about not, and if you if you don't have it, you just run in place I. Want it's what I called battleship. KOMO's. Food. G.. Four hit. That's the way that he calls the game full. Let me look if I seat and see what I call. Go after the other corner he can't cover anybody go after his ass you know making earnest. And there's not a lot of coaches in the. League. Scheme oriented they don't care. So coach youth the coke machine. They've offered. Why is that? Is that two different philosophies on apple two different ways, and then here's the other thing that I think makes it different and this is Dave. Is. The great coaches can evaluate players they can evaluate talent so that evaluation ability allows them to know who to attack whereas there's some coaches and you've been around them. Pat Some coaches just don't know talent at all. They just don't understand how and so they really can't break the game down from players in place they just broke the game down from place and you've got to be able to combine players in place together. It's one of the problems I think the Patriots are having this year because they had off season and they really rely on that off-season to really allow them to understand who their players are, what their strengths. Okay. So we can. Dive into that Patriots conversation but I think the whole world thinks they're dead not hundred percent shore with Bill Belichick your every day but I would like to go back in talk to you about the the Copa Machine thing that you put out there what an I assume. This is why Bill Belichick had a Lotta respect for Peyton Peyton and I've told this story a couple of times I. saw it whenever I was a rookie I was watching the game as time I noticed it because on TV I don't think you get a chance to see it a corner got hurt in jogged off the field, some number forty something came jogging in or Some. Late thirty number came jogging in and I watched peyton literally just watch the Guy Jog all the way over to the corner position and then I saw him look at the guy and then I saw him attack that guy seven straight times and we scored a touchdown or whatever, and then the next time we went out same guy just try to move a safety. Overheat is one atom the entire time and I, was like, Oh this guy is a savage got his by the way. It's what you should do in every sport. If you're playing ping pong me and somebody and you find out, they don't have a backhand fuck and feed that back. In about how how entertaining this game is for everybody to watch let's go out and get the dubbing get out of here. I wonder why that isn't a universal mindset when it comes the competing, that's the easiest way to get a win. Is that what we're here for is not what we're here for and that it's hard for some coaches to town I really do think they can't see it like Peyton like you know check writes up, he writes personal every defensive back every linebacker on the team he's getting ready to play, and then he has a meeting with the quarterbacks to go over every defensive back and every linebacker they're getting ready to play so. When the second team linebacker when the second team corner thirteen or comes into play. They already know he's from, he's from Virginia he's five eleven five he runs four eighty stat really bad ball skills. Whatever it is. They already know it is like Al. Davis. She's to make the defensive statistics to. Make the deepest board Nader sitting in the draft room and. The quarterbacks in the draft. And they would like why am city I'm wasting time because what I wanted to make sure that we're quarterback only when there was an exchange when you know Out goes the starter and in goes the backup when my man Flu Chico's off Knutson the godfather will from James Madison visit, for Dallas. Like, you know the Ford Nater for the Jack del Rio should know exactly who that kid is how he plays what he does, what he likes to do or you can't. You can't get ready for a game. If you don't know that man, it sounds like ow Davis I didn't know how Davis was this mass. All I know is Davis love speed always drafted speed in just win baby. I didn't know that Al Davis was like a football mastermind like this he was the he was great at understanding Mashups more than any I I've ever been around he taught it to parcells taught it to parcels in parcels developed. and. He was also really good game management if you call time out with two oh five. Zero six go in the half you might have not made it back on the team point you would have not made a backup team because now by gives the defense. The offense a chance to throw or casts pry. We're trying to get the ball back. We want only to run the ball. We want him to run and throw his game management understanding that by let's say. You know you're backed up for a punt nobody practices as. They do in New England I'm sure they're doing other places but every week you should practice with the team has the ball on their own one yard. Right, they have the ball no one how many places an offense really have that. They run fullback they run. They run full back in the flat they were nine. They were about four players. They don't send back there, hold the ball or run choice to run big across they sat back there get out. So if you practice though six place they run and you stop them, you're going to get the ball back where forty. One kicking a field goal. That's situational game management football. That's what. I'll. I'll tell you what I used to practices. One Yard Punt I hated them. I. Used to jog on field just like this is the worst thing on or you'd have to allow quick. Quick you can only take a half a step, the whole thing, and by the way you have to catch it and it's not even like you can find the laces, just catch put it down and get it out of there. It's a very difficult bunt to do which by the way sets up to your point, you're getting the ball in points territory. Soon, as you get that ball, you're getting point soon as you get it. Like when Teddy Bridgewater. The other night against. Against the Orleans Al Davis would've gone. He would have blamed the coaches not teddy. He would have blamed the coaches not tending because he would wanted he wants quarterbacks to no. We can't take that like if you're the opponents five yard line and you take a side, what's the big deal? You'RE GONNA kick the field goal. If you hold the ball too long they're gonNA kick a field goal but you take a sack at your own at thirty five and now you're back at the forty two. That field goal becomes a lot harder. So it's that kind of stuff that he constantly one of the players to teach to learning understand it. Same thing that happens in New England he teaches a class in football one from the time of the players show up in April they start playing they don't have that shoot well, well, obviously miss that everything time. Mike. Tyson. Would he got Michael You mentioned a couple of times on hammered. Don So far. This year that you think the trade deadline is going to be pretty active if you were the GM of the packers, wouldn't you be trying to either get like another explosive piece for Rogers or someone to maybe sure up like the defensive line or the linebackers if they're not doing anything like that does that mean that they're comfortable with their personnel? Obviously, the CAP is part of that. But like why they see this window, why aren't they going for it? You know it's like their philosophy since Ted Thompson was there I. Mean they've never really been a free agent. T tops only signed college free agents that are the draft that they were very one dimensional but if I was. I would be activist I would wanna find the piece that could have been all over Antonio Brown I mean I been all over Antonio Brown to put him on that. It's just the balance of power and it makes you more competitive if you put him next to the they atoms assuming that he's gone through all his off the field issues I think Frank Bill Strength, and I think as a general manager when the seasons star, you have to make at least ten moves to make your team better. You have right now is what those ten moves are and some of those moves impact the twenty, the next year st but some of impact year seek and you got to be there the problem some of these. There there at Toledo there at some college campuses, they're not watching the practices to understand they really need Baltimore does get Managua. Now. They got this rush years why they do that. They get a fifth rusher so that they can rush fine against an offensive line and they don't have to run those overload pressures that mahomes eating alive every time they rounded overload freshman home slither protection got them in the right protection he threw the ball ball. Solemn. Baltimore can play balanced rush five and get home. I have a question I whenever you're signing like Antonio Brown who I think we all agree that internal Bron is a tax down maker. He he's a very, very good football player. Obviously. Adages. Be who you can can afford to be in some places and all that. How do you know whenever you're signing Antonio Brown like the question is that a lot of people have not us I think if you get him into building, he respects Tom Brady enough. He'll be able to he'll WANNA be focused in because of that. He doesn't WanNa let down Tom or whatever, and I think he's trying to come back but there's a lot of people that are like, Hey, the buccaneers seem to be hidden astrid now granted. Chris Godwin's going to be out for at least a week because of a fractured finger something that he got this weekend. But there's a lot of people were like, why are we trying to fix something that maybe is in brokering now that could potentially be a disaster in the locker room. Some people think that I'm not saying we do but there is that thought how do you feel about how do you balance that alongside Al? Adding talent to if you're a general manager or thank you know the cultures got to help. Right. So I think he's probably told them look I got to tell you I was with them for thirteen days. I, got he won't be a problem I promise you. I'll handle him and I think the same thing could happen up in Green Bay arises like I got dude I'll handle it. You know Davante Adams of me we'll take we'll. We'll get this under control because it'll help us now do I want to stay with them for six years probably not that marriage bolt last but for the next ten weeks i. Think, we can make this thing work I. think there's a part of the season where you have to really evaluate your team and say, we really have a legitimate chance to get the super bowl legitimate chance to get their Baltimore has a Kansas City has the Pittsburgh has it. You know Tennessee has they need to strangler defense, but there are some teams that might be playoff teams maybe New England makes it maybe they don't but they're not one player away from really making themselves Super Bowl team they need more than just that. Very interesting speaking in New England Mike Obviously. Everyone's talking about the struggles on offense but the defense didn't force upon against the broncos or the niners till the fourth quarter. So my question for you about the Patriots is, do they just fucking stink or are they going to turn around and this two-game skid? That's a great question. A lot of people are asking that question other people I think they lacked team speed on defensive team speed on offense. I think that they tried to play a lot of nickel against Denver. They try to get faster by plants, smaller people at the cat city and they don't have enough power ducker missile attack was in San Francisco. They did it set the edge I think they need to improve. There's no doubt in their talent level. They're very young on the best and I think that's costing them and I think the other thing is remember when you're Mike linebacker slow. Your Mike Linebacker is slow defenses. In Bentley's a good player, but he's not fast. So their defense is slow and you could attack the edges of their defense because they're slobs and that's one of the biggest issues they've gotta get faster on defense and the way you do that how do you know teams fast on the Goto the stats sheet and look at how many forced fumbles the creates not how many? How many they create because it's the truth theory power and mass equals violence and the ball comes out and the Patriots just don't do that. They don't have enough physicality of speed and defensive front seven degree a problem. What did you think of decay metcalf speed on defense the other night that was outlandish dude that was unbelievable and I get you know his effort was more unbelievable than. Acting. He never gave up on the play and his. Team for. On and we see that for then we watch any and get hit no cowboy players over there to fix them low. Hey, that's that's messaging in lock assess message. Hey, that can't happen by Jerry Jones we have a clip clip Jerry Jones getting interviewed this morning I'd actually want to hear you react to this because you've been a general manager you've been up there at the top where Jerry Jones sits he's getting interview now about the locker room in this was we have this foxy. His response responsible. He basically told the guy that shot up in the middle of it because I think Jerry Jones getting sick of either seeing the headlines about the locker room or whatever he's trying to bury. This is his answer here where do you? Where would you have a leadership? Is An experience Ford? Is it a Thailand board? Is, at, latest trying to be cute here, the answer. The answer is no, I'm asking. There's dot a willing to shut up my. You. Know. When I go into the locker room, there's leadership for in my. Then after that line right there two sets when I go into the locker room national leadership or well, they're never gonna not tell the owner of the managed writing their cheques. If there's a void, they're gonNa tell him what he wants to hear. That's part of leadership. That's what happens to you. When you own the team people I, tell you what you to hear. You GotTa have some contrary views of what's going on in Jerry cans see it. Look Jerry's in a profession where I know is in the hall of fame but he got their first markings heels bill parsoes Once said about Jerry, Jones, he could talk with cat off the top of a fish. He's really good that. He's really good but his footba government is what needs most today. So he's got to decide what's wrong with his team players. Coaches are steep when you give up one, hundred, seventy, three yards, a game Russia, and you can't hold anybody under forty points. You've got problems on all three areas but you get. US, where's the key are the key our team? So, there's leadership void in those areas. As a general manager you don't need to walk in the locker room to know that just watched the tape watch practice what they're teaching and what they're doing on. Sunday. That's the connection practiced execution becomes game reality if you can. Then, you're really best making a mistake and Jerry is showing that he's really more of a fans that he is a truly a football expert because he's asking the question based on what people tell them. It's what he needs to know what he needs to observe the answer, the question why. Oh. Jeez, that was incredible. What an answer right there. So you're saying like your answer in of itself is already showcasing that you are out of touch with your actual team in what's happening now, the interesting thing here though is. Whatever he was running the team right way back in the day he had success. Right? There was excessive assumed that's potentially because a coaching and everything like that. But people always fall back on that response whenever people say that Jerry Jones get his hands out of the football side like. To have a little bit of a dynasty type run with the cowboys back in the day whenever he was running it was that him was that somebody else has just lost Jimmy. Give them all the credit in the world. He deserves the higher. Jimmy Jimmy nobody thought Jimmy was terrified is politics but he are Jimmy, paid a million dollars a year paid a ten million dollars in ten million dollars contract your ten years the National Football League went beserk but Jerry was so smart. He went to Apex, which is no longer a clothier out in business anymore, which would be the equivalent of Nike or Reebok or Adidas, or Puma whatever, and he went to them and said, look you can control my sideline. I'll give you all the cowboy paraphernalia. You pay me ten dollars you pay me ten million dollars for the next ten years they said sure. So there's Jerry there's Jimmy's contract covered right there jerry pace and put all their merchandise on and that started the NFL controlling the sidelines that started the NFL having Carol deals. Before go back to some of those old tapes, you'll see bill check with a starter jacket on. You'll see ourselves tactic it off the guys were selling the sidelines like like it was our own business jerry done great business for the Dallas Cowboys and the NFL Ladies and Gentlemen Michael Lombardi. Thank you. Can't thank you enough for choosing to listen to the show hope incredible Aaron Rodgers Tuesday like we did. It's a great day to have a great day people forget about that and it's also a great day. Tell people about the show if you enjoyed it and if you hate act like it never fucking happen from all of us. All of you you're the best Hashtag and the pod squad gun sending and some photos to potentially win some merch We've given away like thirty shirts. I. Believe in the last five days something. Pretty good rate they're. WanNa keep giving away. I know you do. We appreciate when people listen to show we honestly do. Oh Yeah bigtime 'cause not ever shows great. No. Some shows are really bad to be honest with you walk out of it on Mike. Batt three, hundred you get into the hall of fame you know Bingo that's baseball not in this profession, but I understand what you're saying, right? But I look at other people, shows and I go. Fucking Shit. If you felt that please be friends elephant. We'll be back tomorrow massive guests tomorrow. Big Time. Big Time tomorrow biggest. Can't tell you? Get bigger than Aaron Rodgers. I'm not sure but we tried I asked myself that every week and I am continually blown away. All right, please place them independent music and send these people on the greatest. 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Wondery presents The School of Greatness

Inside Jaws

05:58 min | 1 year ago

Wondery presents The School of Greatness

"In partnership with wandering the creators of next big idea and business wars comes the school of Greatness podcast with Louis. How's the school of greatness is the best place to learn how to dream bigger? Live better and make an impact every week. The School of greatness features conversations with world class game changers and dives into topics from entrepreneurship and inspiration to health and relationships. Get ready to learn the wisdom skills and tools to write your own story. You're about to hear part of an inspirational interview. Lewis did with Kobe Bryant. In a special conversation the basketball legend opened up about overcoming failure staying humble and reaching for excellence in everything you do as you're listening subscribe to the School of greatness with Lewis House on Apple podcasts. Spotify OR WHEREVER. You're listening right now. Hi My name is. Louis House and I want to give you a quick clip from an interview. I did with the amazing Kobe. Bryant this is one of my favorite interviews. I've ever done and I've done over nine hundred episodes on the school of Greatness podcast and I had such an honor and a privilege to sit down with this icon. This legend not only in sports but business and as a father and in this episode he truly dives in and talks about what it takes to become a champion and build a championship team. He talks about his dedication to his family. And what love means to him. He talks about his definition of greatness. And the Mamba Mentality. This is all about the mindset and life approach post his NBA career and some of the most influential people in the world said. This was the greatest interview. He's ever done because of what he's about to share right now. I hope you enjoy this clip with the inspirational Kobe. Bryant thought we gotta do go home to win to NBA Champions Gate. Two Games or OH. That's it we'll take care of the first game and I promise you you're not winning game. Seven on our home floor is not happening so we all just laughed about it and then we went out and we figured it out but that game seven was down fifteen points in the fourth quarter right. And that's what you have to collectively look at each other and say you know the spirit of your team must be good because at that moment when teams fracture if the energy amongst each other is in there that trust. Isn't there you're done. And we were able to collectively dig deep together and say we're GONNA figure this thing out and I wasn't playing well shooting the ball well at all and so. My teammates picked you up and they delivered. Wow I saw on instagram. That you're up at like four. Am lifting by yourself. In the dark and again you've had one of the most incredible careers arguably of all time made all the money in the world got a frigging Oscar. Now you've got all these other things happening and yet you're still waking up or at least you're in the gym and four working out and you just turned forty right. Congratulations Hope I look as good as your. Why still wake up that early and train at this level in your life right now. There are several factors for that. Like when I first retired let myself go a little bit really. Oh Yeah Yummy. Light was awesome everything. I'm eating it. Well let's go stake. Go Right milkshakes. And then the challenge was okay can get back in shape and it's really hard because there's no end goal. James. There's no season there's how you motivate yourself to do and so for me it was okay. Have the have the aim for something I said? I WANNA aim for size on aim for bulk right. So that's a tangible thing. I'm going to go for that right but then also it's my children because like you kids can't see how hard you work you go to office. I come in the studio. They don't really see the effort right. So how can we teach our children with the means to work hard? Well you do it through training so when I get up in the morning daughter goes with me for you for him. A fifteen year old goes with me. She goes with him before school and becomes a daddy daughter. That's cool. She just got a permit so she drives in the morning. It becomes a cool thing but through that process she understands the value of hard work and things taking time and the same thing with my twelve year old practices every day right and so it was through. Those behaviors is where I find the motivation. And what brings you the most joy right now being with my family that is man that is the most fun is just. You know hanging out with them all summer being able to do things at our nearly couldn't do because it training because it sure and stuff like that so being around them and watching Bianca grow up because a lot of things that I missed with Dalian John Out because I was playing so being there every day with them is so much fun man so brings me the most joy that's amazing and what is what is love. Feel like for you. What is love feel like happiness is such a described love? As happy as I think I describe it as a beautiful Jordy has its ups and downs right. Whether it's a marriage whether it's in the career things are never perfect. But through love you continue to persevere and you move from removed from and then through that storm beautiful son emerges. Yeah then. Evidently another storm comes guess. What ride that went out to. So I think love is a certain determination and persistence to go through the good times and the bad times with the someone or something that you truly love.

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MONSTRUO SEASON II

This is War

27:49 min | 1 year ago

MONSTRUO SEASON II

"Murder isn't cute. Murder is an meme. It's not something funny to chat about out with the girls over a glass of wine just to be edgy it sure as fuck is in a lifetime movie. Murder is pure violence of the most extreme form. It's removing a human life from this planet by force about a year ago. I am a few fellow. PODCASTERS set out to describe exactly what this act entails to fill in the blanks so to speak of dialogue or or thought but to keep all the factual details of the story in place we would pick the most extreme of the extreme heinous this murders that make your stomach turn and because of the narrative nature of the show we wouldn't be limited to the states. The entire thing would be an international tour of real life horror. We called it months tro the Spanish word for monster which is exactly what the protagonists of these stories are many of you weren't ready. We get that and this show isn't for everyone. That's for sure but myself Jack Jack Luna from dark topic and Tyler Bell from West Side Fairytales think it's some of the best and most original work we've ever done and may possibly ever do so today. We're announcing the launch of season two and you're about to hear part one of the very first episode if if you want to hear the rest including all the nine stories of season one and all of the rest of the nine stories of season two then head on over to apple podcasts outcasts or your preferred podcast player and searched for months Tro podcast that's M. O. N. S. T. R. U. O. Banks and we recommend you finish eating your breakfast lunch before listening. Enjoy what you're about to hear is based on actual events. Listener discretion is advised It's hanging right there in front of him. Catching the light like a dirty shower curtain what little sun hits it from the room beyond staines the thing a brownish yellow color that reminds the detective of the calluses on the soles of his feet beat that are itching now as he takes the rest of the thing in its own feet dangling empty and slightly wrinkled above the linoleum the victim's skin peeled from the meat of his body and hung in the doorway from its mouth the distended the lips yanked open in a silent endless scream Jordy Jordy looks over the top of his cruiser at the crowd of people gathering on the street outside the House. The crowd has grown steadily since the first units arrived and shows no signs of slowing slowing most of the on lookers already seem to have a better idea what's going on inside the residence than he does. They keep asking calf finally did him but did she. It's not something he can rightly answer. He arrived just before the detectives a few minutes ago. It was charged with sitting outside and managing the crowd. None of the local seem much concerned but causing ruckus though a few of them have snuck up to him and the other officer at the barrier whisper about how they might want to keep an eye out for the night brothers those can start trouble they suggest mostly he's been standing with his his ass and chasing the odd on looker away from the car hidden around the side of the house they move on agreeably wiping sweat off their foreheads making comments about somebody named. Pricey majority supposes owns home an old man steps out of the crowd having only just wandered up the street he waves Jordi who sighs and turns that cut finally do him he asks and Jordy has to get him to clarify. The man nods his head toward the house. His breath is feted with the stench of alcohol cat chat finally kill Presi you he searches geordies face for any sign of acknowledgment finds something there and then spits shakes his head fucking shame that Pricey was an alright sort hell of a bloke damn fucking shame sir. If you've got any information about the crime you need to share that with the police. Jordan says fainting some semblance semblance of authority as much as he can muster anyway. The old guy waves handed him. It turns to leave. Boy Kelly you sticking around the old guy asks. What are the onlookers. The man says he is and the old guy slaps him on the back. I'm heading uphill for drink. You can come by and fill me in later. There's a shot at foia. Foia Kelly laughs nods and the old guy says a low to a few others before disappearing up the street heading for the town only other bar having maybe been kicked out of the Downhill Hill one already a rookie. One of the detectives calls from the front door of the building Jordi knowledge the man in jogs up to the Texas faces drawn and Pale. He's breathing the outside air like a man just escape from a gas chamber jewelry looks past him into the House for just a second stark inside the terrible smell leaking out the door and the hot summer air as the kind of stents. She can feel collecting in your pores. Bring your cops. That detective says meatless detective Murdoch in the bedroom back there the well she was still in the house so there's not going to be a manhunt. Jordi asks the detective it gives a square look and then loses the color of his shirt pulling his necktie open to let in air despite the march heat no man's already done he can say the detective mutters to himself his eyes wander over the crowd and then he hisses at Jordi pointing at the rookie shoes. Don't fucking move you. Jordi freezes and looks down at a lump of old barbecue. Laying on the grass looks back on the detective question apparent in his eyes but the detective looks past him waves to the other officer in the yard. The man jogs over you get inside an assistant murdoch. He says to Jordi pushing a shoulder to get him going. Here's the other officer speaking with a detective as he enters the house. They're supposed to be around here somewhere. It comes up trying to eat that right there on the ground. You stop it kicking if you have to but don't touch that meat and don't let anybody else touch. Jordi passes beyond where you can. Here's detectives voice. The interior of the house smells awful deep. Capri Santino be blood and something else things cooking things doing doing the smell of steam vegetables and something else something deep and rod or all the rest it makes the hairs on the back of his neck stand end up there is blood when he turns on his flashlight literally buckets of it flicked onto the walls and poured scraped over the floor and patterns that beleaguered Leaguers Brain when he tries to make sense of it puts his back to it torn looking curtain separates the hall from the kitchen tries to avoid stepping in anything he calls the detective Murdoch who barks gruff back year that Georgie follows all the way to the bedroom. There's more blood and less just spiders inspects that seemed to cover everything in equal portions. This flashlight falls on shaped by one of the living rooms easy chairs. It's a mannequin. He thinks looking in closer at it it sitting just in front of the chair on the floor. There's a soda bottle under its hand. It has no head detective detective. Murdoch calls to Jordi again breakings attention on the odd thing in the living room the mannequin a mannequin it has to be George shakes his head and walks into the bedroom where the blood spatters continue to pepper the walls and ceiling. They are touch sparser here. He thinks this is where it started. There is a woman sitting on the bed in the rank chaos of this home. She is a clean and almost radiant thing. Her hair is a mad capri fringe around face. Slack slack with exhaustion. She's middle aged and though she may have been pretty once time is taken that bobble and turn it beyond repair. There are glasses over our eyes is and her eyes are black. They Find Georgie and he looks away despite himself. You're going to lock up with officer Jordan in here. Detective Murdoch says to the woman she stands and turns offering Jordi her wrists an old pro. Jordi puts on the cups without a struggle. It gets a good look at Murdoch's face in the enter. The old detective is looking at the woman with a mix of disgust and undisguised interest like shit covered. Rubik's cube to turns away from being solved a puzzle. It's close to completion but to disgusting to Touch Murdoch dismisses them and they walked down the hall. The woman Katherine night the Cath local and asking after let some leader down the hall they skirt the bloodstains and she doesn't offer up a liquor resistance until just before they reached the front door jaw realizes then that she's fairly large for a woman before he can tell her to keep moving. She speaks in a whisper that unnerves young a young cop. That's fucking get pricing fucking rapist it shout fucker. Jordi blinks followers gazed tattered tarp hanging between the kitchen and the living room hallway now the light from outside is falling perfectly on it and he could see what he couldn't earlier the tarp has made of human skin peeled perfectly from the meat of what he perceived to be a mannequin and the room beyond his eyes move up from where the flesh that once covered the toes hang gently curly just above the floor man's cock and balls dangle limply from the crutch of the pelt which is fairly translucent tinged yellow but scant sunlight it hangs from its mouth by a Hook Panin into the beam overtop the door the empty. I holds a drawn wide stare in horror. Katherine who is already pulling the shell shell shocked young policeman at the front door those gently chuckling under a breath the cracked and gaping mouth of the human pelts seems to call out for a drink something the former owner a man known to his friends as pricey likely need it badly before his death You're right pricey. I'll tell you about Kathie me. Kill it relents waving living for the bartender who brings down to fresh beers and a bottle of whiskey he uses to refill the little shot glass by Kellett's elbow. Pricey sits right of Kellet his his tired eyes constantly roaming to and from the door. They're only two bars in town. The uphill won the downhill one. It's not hard to find drinking drinking man in Aberdeen worried about coming to get you here killed asks with a chuckle swirling around the whiskey and then taking it in a shot his eyes narrow and he looks tired for a moment older than he is though he's no longer a young man. None of them are the no cath he looks at the door himself and then raises a hand for another drink before starting on the beer. There's a lot to tell you about with Catherine me. We go way back you know man at the abattoir and all that back in all seventy two ooh seventy three of the lake Jewish just about seventeen fresh new work pushers like I was dropped out of school and all that she wanted to follow. Oh after her dad can but you never met him. I guess would relationship that. A lot of what I heard is rumor even though well we are together all them years and all that bad. She said he did all sorts of things. Turn you know the parents are never do children those sorts of things even then she always wanted her life as an adult. Amir her mom and dad's everything was Barbara. This can again that when we married she expected me to hang the laundry what she did the finances because that was out barb and candidate the the littlest thing was out of place off plan. She pop off like Fireworks Bang Bang Bang. WHO's fucking mental but back then I was wildcard myself. We met out there the abattoir like I said which she wanted his job because that's what dad did she wanted him to piece of two carcasses Boehner but that's a high level job in that line of work so she had a starting decapitations. She enjoyed the hell out of that. I will lie. That's probably what brought us together. At first I worked on the killing floor lar- before she got that job bolting pigs in the head got a kick out of it to watching fat fuck squeal and squirming shit all over the place ace cheated to faulk. She'd come and watch even when she was on break. Just sit there and eat lunch watches stupider anyway. I fired from that job for growing smoke under the boss office big fucking inconvenience that by soldiered on son. I soldiered on me. Cath started going together full time around then and we made something of a name for ourselves in the community. She was bigger than me by bit. I'm not ashamed to say she swatted me around something fierce but of course as you know all about that by now that said she was also bigger than the other mules around town. We get into scuffed in this bar that party. I'd start him and she finished him. Come in hard and Fast Swat people right in the back of the head. She would a lot of fun yeah going around with her which trains and hut moves in the Bush I get in all sorts of trouble with the long on which she commemorate by putting the stories in the paper and this little scrapbook wasn't perfect you know she got that promotion shirow. Boehner and they gave her a set of bake. Fuck off butcher's knives to go do the job with fucking took those knives more than she did to me. There's they were always sort of around. You know she kept him. Sharpe's sin. Even out in the fuckers over the bed gave some sort of lie about how he might eight Needham. Somebody broke in whatever she's still hanging like that. Yeah I thought so I could keep you here on telling you stories about. Cath on your tab but here's one that'll kind of get you to where you're going with all this one night would drunk up and looking for some fun and we ended up in this farmers paddock with a chainsaw. I kill the steer because fucking why not and that's the the end of that right but you should see calf while I'm doing it is a big she's gotTa. Hands Clenched Fists Fists and pushed against herself. You know down there like a kid named the P. I think she's into me. 'cause I've seen her like that before. Four on the killing floor dough is watching the pigs get done but I'm fucking wrong because I finish and she pulls a fucking knife out of God. God knows where and start skinning the fucking thing and it's a big fuck off steer. You know that should takes a long long fucking in time so I tell her. I'm getting sicker standing there and she just sort growls at me about this pelt. How it's a fun time we've been having and she wants to remember it so she's GonNa take that skin and Cape it hanging on the wall or some shit. I'm sure you've seen the walls any place. She's he's allowed to decorate real horse. Show Shit and you know. She tried to kill me a couple of times though I never talk and I'm sure you've talk to some of the other guys too. You know how it goes with Kath right at the end. I woke up with our Ombu me in bed one night. She had my arms pinned down in one of those big fucking knives to my throat told me how easy would be to kill me. Joking Mike Mike but her eyes were black. I could never seen a person's eyes get and that was pretty much the end of us she sneaky pricey. That's what you gotTa know it. She never forgets nothing. Dom is a box of rocks mean in his yet and can barely read but she never forgets and his mind you. She knows where you sleep. that night pricey dreams of clanking machinery in the steady rumble of rubber conveyor belts of the smell of blood in the half muddled moans things dying in a slaughterhouse he is sitting in the stuffed armchair in. Catherine's apartment however the one he doesn't like to visit all around him. Our heads and pelts obscure twisted bits of metal. He knows her old game team. Traps collectibles never used he tries to stand the can't his arms and legs are bound together and chains that criss cross over his shoulders intertwined through stainless steel ring lids they click softly as he struggles chairs comfortable. Otherwise ahead of him was Catherine's bedroom. He I saw the inside of that place years ago now taking her home from one of the bars in town ceiling himself to her indelibly the arrangement of the furniture isn't correct act the bed being set just front door so that he's looking directly at it normally would be against the wall but he can understand now why it's arranged like this. It isn't the bed but the knives hanging over it that he's meant to see Catherine's knives the one she was given more than twenty years ago when she moved out to the position of Boehner at the Abattoir Douar. An assortment of tools used a stripped down carcasses to their most basic parts pulling the bones from the muscles and reading the meat for the lighter butchery down the line. She kept them above her bed ever since he known her. They kept them sharpened shining so that they look brand. New Old knives will use knives aren't like noon is you can tell how old they are up close. The shine isn't from freshness but from care glitter comes from thousand Nixon scratches along the blade in half all L. polished smooth and sharp he feels somebody put a hand on the back of the chair. It slides forward gently. Just a bit is restraints. Allow him just just enough movement to see a set of tracks on the floor like for a railcar in a mind the hand hesitates for just a second and gives them a firm push chair roles. You can hear the study rumble of the old castres in the wheels for a second he thinks he'll roll right into the bedroom but the chair flips forward ninety degrees and flies. Dennis was shoot into the guts of some red hell the sound of the slaughterhouse becomes louder overbearing. The chair continues along its track but he does not not steady falls directly at the grant chains butting into his shoulders leaving him dangling with his head over a white plastic bucket. The bucket is square on the sides is with a big hole in the middle leading into drain pricey screams for someone to help him. There is nobody all I can see in the dark space to the dull red lights of industrial exit signs and the hundreds of bodies hanging alongside twist and squirm leaking into squares white buckets like the one beneath them he tries rocking and swinging swinging but none of it helps. He's trapped stuck. Nobody's come but that's not right is there. There is somebody on their way to him. He can hear the WOMP thump of a double hinged door flipping back and forth as somebody steps through it. He thinks to call out. That's that's not a good idea. He knows the lights flicker on pricey screens when he sees what's been hanging around him. In the dark. The bodies dangling from Hooks looks all of them at different stages of butchery. Some are a little more than skeletons some of fully disemboweled and left with gaping cavities where their organs once were but all all of them have one thing in common. They are all wearing prices face. She's approaching a woman wearing black lingerie in a butcher's Apron Catherine of course her hair up in a bun and tucked underneath a loose blue heron a black bag like a doctor's bag dangles from lips. She stands in front of Pricey and in the hip shaking your head. Thank you leave don't you. She asks kneeling down and plucking it a strap on the side of the bag it unfurled into a long black leather sheet or nicer field in this display. All them kept in place just by little pockets sewn into the fabric. His heart is racing. She picks one simple silvery thing no longer than prices hand twirls a between her fingers like a drummer palce. Those are nice to keep on hand. If you want to remember she says running your hand down prices chest I to his embarrassment. He realizes he's naked but what you eat of a thing that stays with you stays with you forever over. She holds the knife against his throat and he begins to shiver. He can't help himself. She laughs. Don't worry pricey. She says says setting the knife down behind her. I wouldn't sticky while you're squirming around like that. It's not humane. She turns picks up a mouth. The size of her fist the impact edge of slightly round he tries to beg but she puts a finger to her lips and shakes her head. No no the salad is pricey. She says now don't move but itchy twice of you wiggle letter the way she brings the Mallet back swingset at his temple pricey wakes in the cold sweat sitting straight up in bed. He slaps his body checking for chains or cuts or something. It's shortly after midnight and though he doesn't know it yet it's the Steve of his death. He wipes the sweat from his forehead and takes a deep breath then he freezes is a shape shape in the doorway or so he thinks it is vaguely feminine and there is something short and shining in it's hand cat he asks the shadow doesn't respond. He hasn't completely broken up with Katherine yet but he also also didn't let her sleep over tonight. Pricey turns and flips on the bedside light which fills the hallway by the bedroom in an instant there is nothing there no shadows no Catherine. No knife pricey walks through the house taking off the feeling of being watched and washes his face in the bathroom. He tries to think of something to do next tries to imagine a game plan that makes any sort of sets and fails in time he makes the last tour of the house checking the locks and windows and then goes back to bed his dreams are quiet dark and peaceful aw but there is a shadow on the lawn outside his house one that will not scatter when you poor light on it a shadow aw with something short and shiny in it's hand. The monster is an incongruity production. If you've enjoyed this experience please subscribe subscribe and leave a positive review. Please support our sponsors. You can find out more by searching for monster podcast on facebook twitter and instagram or visit us at monster podcast dot com the show was written and hosted by Jack Luna Tyler Bell and might be day sound design by Jonathan McMichael and Robert Ravelli original score by Leon Rogers art by Jake Peres Executive Producer Mike Day

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The Man-Eater | Part 1

Monstruo

26:59 min | 1 year ago

The Man-Eater | Part 1

"What you're about to hear is based on actual events. Listener discretion is advised It's hanging right there in front of him. Catching the light like a dirty shower curtain what little sun hits it from the room beyond. Oh stains the thing a brownish yellow colour that reminds the detective of the calluses on the soles of his feet beat that are itching now as he takes the rest of the thing in its own feet dangling empty and slightly wrinkled above the linoleum to the victim's skin peeled from the meat of his body and hung in the doorway from its mouth the the distended lips yanked open in a silent endless scream aw Jordi looks over the top of his cruiser at the crowd of people gathering in the street outside the house. The crowd has grown steadily since the first units arrived and shows. There's no signs of slowing. Most of the on lookers already seemed to have a better idea what's going on inside the residence than he does. They keep asking Cath finally did well did she. It's not something he can rightly answer arrived just before the detectives a few minutes ago was charged with sitting outside managing the crowd out none of the local see much concerned about causing a Ruckus though a few of them snuck up to him and the other officer barrier whisper about how they might want to keep an eye area for the night brothers those can start trouble they suggest mostly he's standing with his thumb up his ass and chasing the odd on looker away from the car hidden around the side of the house they move on agreeably wiping sweat off their foreheads and making comments about somebody named. Pricey majority supposes owns the hold an old man steps out of the crowd having only just wandered up the street he waves at Jordi who sighs and turns that cut finally them he asks and Jordy has to get him to clarify. The man nods his head toward the house. His breath is feted with the stench of alcohol cat chat finally kill kill Presi. He searches George face for any sign of acknowledgment finds something there and then spits shakes his head fucking shame that Pricey was an alright sort hell of a bloke damn fucking shame sir. If he's got any information about the crime you need to share that with the police. Jordy says offending some semblance of authority as much as he can muster anyway. The old guy waves a hand at him and turns to leave. Boy Kelly you sticking around and the old guy asks what are the on lookers. The man says he is and the old guy slaps him on the back. Manning Pilfer drink you can come by and fill me and later as is a shot at four you. Kelly laughs and nods and the old guy says a low to a few others before disappearing up the street heading for the town's only other bar having maybe been kicked attended downhill one already a rookie. One of the detectives calls from the front door of the building. Jordi knowledge is the man in jogs up to the Texas faces drawn and Pale. He's breathing in the outside. Air Like a man just escaped from gas chamber jewelry look past him into the house for just a second stark inside. There's a terrible smell leaking the door and the hot summer air is the kind of stents. You can feel collecting in your pores. Bring your coughs. That attacked says meatless detective Murdoch in the bedroom back there the well she was still in the house so there's not going to be a manhunt. Jordi asks the detective gives them a square look and then loses the color of his shirt pulling his necktie open to let in air despite the march heat no man's already done you can say the detective mutters to himself his eyes wander over the crowd and then he hisses at Jordi pointing at the rookie shoes. Don't fucking can move Jorg freezes and looks down at a lump of old barbecue laying on the grass. It looks back to the detective question apparent in his eyes but the detective it looks past him in waves to the other officer in the yard. The man jogs over you get inside an assistant tech Murdoch. He says to Jordi pushing a shoulder to get him going. Here's the other officer speaking with a detective as he enters the house. They're supposed to be in dodge around here somewhere. It comes up trying to eat that right there on the ground. You stop it kicking if you have to but don't touch that meat and don't let anybody else touch it. Jordan passes beyond where you can hear the detectives voice. The interior of the house smells awful deep. Capri sent he knows to be blood and something else things cooking things doing the smell of steamed vegetables and something else something deep and Ron all the rest it makes the hairs on the back was next stand up there is blood when he turns on his flashlight literally buckets of it flicked onto the walls and poured scraped over the floor and patterns is that Beleaguer is brain when he tries to make sense of them he puts his back to it tore looking curtain that separates the hall from the kitchen and tries to avoid stepping in anything when he calls to detective Murdoch who barks gruff back year that Jordy follows all the way to the bedroom. There's more blood and then less just spiders and specs that seemed to cover everything equal portions. His flashlight falls into shape by one of the living rooms easy chairs. It's a mannequin. He thinks mm-hmm looking closer at it. It's sitting just in front of the chair on the floor. There's a soda bottle under its hand. It has no head detective. Murdoch calls to George Again breakings attention on the odd thing in the living room the mannequin a mannequin it has to be Georgie shakes his head and walks into the bedroom where the blood spatters continue to pepper the walls and ceiling. They are touch sparser here. He thinks this this is where it started. There is a woman sitting on the bed and the rank chaos this home. She is a clean and almost radiant thing. Her hair is mad. Capri fringe random face slack with exhaustion. She's middle aged and though she may have been pretty wants time has taken that bobble tarnished beyond repair there are glasses ices over our eyes and her eyes are black they find Jordy and he looks away despite himself. You're going to lock up with officer join in here. Detect Murdoch says to the woman she stands and turns offering Jordi her wrists an old pro Georgia puts on the cuffs without struggle to get a good look at Murdoch's face in the inner. The old detective is looking at the woman with a mix of disgust undisguised interest like shit covered. Rubik's cube took turns away from being solved a puzzle. That's close to completion but to disgusting to touch dismisses them and they walk down the hall. The woman woman Catherine night the calf locals. I'm asking after let's leader down the hall. They skirt the bloodstains and she doesn't offer up a liquor resistance until just before they reach the front door. Jordan realizes then that he's fairly large for a woman before he can tell her to keep moving. She speaks in a whisper that unnerves the young cop. That's what you fucking get pricing fucking rapist shout fucker. Jordi blinks and followers gazed tattered attard tarp hanging between the kitchen the living room hallway now the light from outside is falling perfectly on it and you can see what he couldn't earlier the tarp is made of human win skin peeled perfectly from the meat of what he perceived to be a mannequin and the room beyond is is move up the thing from where the flesh that once covered the toes hank thank gently curly just above the floor man's cock and balls dangle limply from the Crotch of the pelt would just faintly translucent tinged yellow scant can't sunlight it hangs from its mouth by a Hook Panin into the beam overtop the door the empty holes drawn wide stare in Horror Katherine who is already really pulling the shell-shocked young policeman at the front door the house gently chuckling under a breath the cracked and gaping mouth of the human pelts seems to call out for a drink mm-hmm something its former owner a man known to his friends as pricey likely a needed badly before his death if he found one hundred bucks on the street. Would you pick it up or would you keep walking of course you take the money. So why do you keep picking winners and not betting on them. That's why I go to mybookie. It's fast. It's easy and they pay when you win. Let's face it. Where you're betting is just as important as who you're betting on by the way don't ever make a bet against Jack Luna he doesn't pay. I wouldn't be telling you guys this if they weren't the best. Football season is just getting started. Now's the time them to join mybookie and make it a winning season. Did you know that you can even bet on Games after kickoff. If by the second half it looks like you're going to lose your bet that you can always take the other side. If you're the Kinda guy that likes to bet a little to win a lot. Try a parlay. If all your picks come through you'll multiply apply your winnings and no matter how you bet you know that the NFL season is the best time of the year join now and my bookie will double your first deposit use Promo Code. Mo N to activate the offer. That's Promo Code M. O. N. for monstrum visit mybookie DOT dot. Ag Today Use Promo Code M. O. N. You play you win. You get paid. Uh All right pricey. I'll tell you about Catha me Kellet relents waving for the bartender who brings down to fresh beers and a bottle of whiskey he uses to refill the little shot glass bike helmets elbow pricey sits right of Kellet. His tired tired is constantly roaming two inch from the door. They're only two bars in town. The uphill downhill one. It's not hard to find drinking king man in Aberdeen worried about coming to get you here. Kelly asks with a chuckle swirling around the whiskey and then taking it in a shot his eyes narrow and he looks tired for a moment older than he is though he's no longer a young man none of them are the no cath doc he looks at the door himself and then raises a hand for another drink before starting on the beer and there's a lot to tell you about with. Catherine me we go way back you know man at the abattoir and all that back in Seventy Two oh seventy three of the lake Jewish just about seventeen fresh into work into pushers like I was dropped out of school and all that she wanted to follow after after her dad can but you never met him. I guess weird relationship that a lot of what I heard is rumor. Even though we we are together all them years and all that bad. She said he did all sorts of things. That are you know. The parents are never do children those those sorts of things even then she always wanted her life as an adult. Amir her mom and dad's everything was Barbara this Ken in that when we married. She expected me to hang the laundry wash. She did the finances because that was out barb and candidate. The littlest thing was out of place off plan. She pop off like Fireworks Bang Bang Bang. WHO's fucking mental but back then I was wildcard myself. We met out there at the abattoir like I said which she wanted his job because that's what dad did she wanted him to piece of two carcasses Boehner but that's a high level job in that line of work so she had a starting decapitations she she enjoyed the hell out of that I will lie. That's probably what brought us together. At first I worked on the killing floor or before she got that job bolting pigs and the head got a kick out of the two watching fat fuck squeal and squirming shit all over the place cheated to faulk. She come and watch even when she was on break. Just sit there and eat lunch and watch us. Do Pigs mm-hmm anyway. I fired from that job for growing smoke under the boss office big fucking inconvenience that by soldier on on son I soldiered on me. Cath started going together full time around then and we may something of a name for ourselves yourselves in the community. She was begging me by bit. I'm not ashamed to say she swatted me around something fierce but of course you you know all about that by now that said she was also bigger than the other mules around town and we get into scarfs and this bar that that party. I'd start them and she finished come in hard and Fast Swat people right in the back of the head she would a lot of fun yeah going around with her which trains and hut rules in the Bush I get in all sorts of trouble with the law Tom which she commemorate by putting stories in the paper and this little scrapbook but it wasn't perfect you know she got that. Promotion Boehner and they gave her a set of bake fuck off butcher's knives to go do the job with fucking took to those knives more than she did to me. They're we're always sort of around you know. She kept him. Sharpe's sin in how the fuckers over the bed gave some sort of lie about might needham. Somebody broke in whatever she's still hanging like that yeah. I thought so I can keep you here. Roll night telling you stories about Cath on your tab but here's one that'll kind of get you to where I think you're going with all this one night would drunked walked up and looking for some fun and we ended up in this farmers paddock with a chainsaw. Kill the steer because fucking why not and that's the end that right but you should see calf while I'm doing. It is a big. She's got her hands clench into fists assists and pushed against herself. You know down there like a kid needing to P. I think she's into me. 'cause I've seen her like that before. We're on the killing floor. Door is watching the pigs get done but I'm fucking wrong because I finish and she pulls a fucking knife out of God. God knows where and start skinning the fucking thing and it's a big fuck off steer. You know it takes a long long fucking time time so I tell her. I'm getting sicker standing there and she just Sorta growls at me about this pelt. How it's a fun time we've been having and she wants to remember. Remember it so she's GonNa take that skin and Cape it hanging on the wall or some shit. I'm sure you've seen the walls anyplace. She's he's allowed to decorate real horse. Show Shit and you know. She tried to kill me a couple of times though I never talk and I'm sure you've talked talked to some of the other guys too. You know how it goes with Kath right at the end. I woke up with are on top of me in bed one night. She had my arms arms pinned down in one of those big fucking knives to my throat told me how easy it would be to kill me joke in lake doc but her eyes were black. I could never seen a person's eyes get and that was pretty much the end of us she sneaky pricey. That's what you got to know. She never forgets nothing. Dom is a box of rocks mean hit and can barely read but she never forgets and just mind you. She knows where you sleep. that night precis pricey dreams of clanking machinery in steady rumble of rubber conveyor belts of the smell of blood in the half muddled moans things dying in a slaughterhouse he is sitting being the stuffed armchair and Catherine's apartment however the one he doesn't like to visit all around him. Our heads and pelts obscure twisted bits of metal. He knows her old game. entraps collectibles never used he tries to stand can't his arms and legs are bound together and chains that criss cross over his shoulders intertwined through stainless steel ring lids the click softly as he struggles chairs comfortable otherwise ahead of him was Catherine's bedroom. He I saw the inside of that place years ago now taking her home from one of the bars in town and sealing himself to her indelibly the arrangement of the furniture is correct the bed being set just front door so that he's looking directly at it normally would be against the wall but he can understand now why it's arranged like this. It isn't the bed but the knives hanging over it that he's meant to see Catherine's knives the one she was given more than twenty years ago when she moved up to the position of Boehner at the abattoir. You're an assortment of tools used a stripped down carcasses to their most basic parts pulling the bones from the muscles and reading the meat for the lighter butchery down the line. She kept them above her bed. Ever since he known her. I kept them sharpened shining so that they look brand. New Old knives well used is aren't like noon is you can tell how old they are up close. The shine isn't from freshness but from care glitter comes from thousands of Nicks and scratches along the blade in half all polished smooth and he feels somebody put a hand on the back of the chair and slides forward gently. Just a bit is restraints. Allow him just enough enough movement to see a set of tracks on the floor like for a railcar in a mind the hand hesitates for just a second and then gives them a firm push chair chair roles. You can hear the steady rumble of the old castres in the wheels for a second he thinks he'll roll right into the bedroom but the chair flips forward ninety degrees and flies down to shoot shoot into the guts of some red hell the sound of the Slaughterhouse Becomes Louder overbearing the chair continues along its track but he does not instead he falls directly at grant chains butting into his shoulders leaving him dangling with his head over a white plastic bucket. The bucket is square on the sides with a big hole in the middle leading into a drain pricey screams for someone to help him but there's nobody all I can see in the dark space to the dull red lights of industrial exit is it signs and the hundreds of bodies hanging alongside twist and squirm leaking into squares white buckets the one beneath him he tries rocking and swinging amy but none of it helps trapped stuck. Nobody's coming but that's not right is there is there's somebody on their way to him here. The one and thump of double hinged door flipping back and forth as somebody steps through it he thinks to call out. That's not on a good idea. He knows the lights flicker on and Pricey screens when he sees what's been hanging around him in the dark the bodies dangling from hooks all of them at different stages of butchery. Some are a little more than skeletons Sullivan fully disemboweled and left with gaping cavities where their organs once were but all them have one thing in common. They are all wearing prices face. She's approaching a woman wearing black lingerie in butcher's Apron Catherine of course her hair in a bun and tucked underneath a loose blue hairnet a black bag like a doctor's bag dangles from her lips lips she stands in front of Pricey and in a hip shaking your head thank you can leave don't you. She asks kneeling feeling down and plucking it a strap on the side of the bag it unfurled into a long black leather sheet organizer field in this display. All them kept in place by a little pocket sewn into the fabric. His heart is racing. She picks one simple silvery thing so longer than prices hand twirls a between her fingers like a drummer palce. Those are nice to keep on hand. If you want to remember she says running your hand down prices chest to his embarrassment. He realizes he's naked but what you eat a thing that stays with you stays with you forever. She holds the knife against his throat and he begins to shiver. He can't help himself. She laughs. Don't worry pricey. She says is setting the knife down behind her. I wouldn't sticky while you're squirming around like that. It's not humane. She turns picks up a mouth. The size of her fist kissed the impact edge of it slightly round. He tries to beg but she puts a finger to her lips and shakes her head. No no the salad is pricey. She says now don't move h twice of you wiggle out of the way she brings the Mallet back swingset at his temple. pricey wakes in a cold sweat sitting straight up in bed. He slaps his body checking for chains or cuts or something. It's shortly after midnight and though he doesn't know it yet. It's the eve eve of his death. He wipes the sweat from his forehead and takes a deep breath then he freezes is a shape deep in the doorway or so he thinks it is vaguely feminine and there is something short and shining in it's hand cat. He asks the shadow doesn't respond. He hasn't completely broken up with Katherine yet but he also so didn't let her sleep over tonight. Pricey turns and flips on the bedside light which fills the hallway by the bedroom in an instant there is nothing there no shadows no Catherine. No knife pricey walks through the house shaking off the feeling of being watched and washes his face in the bathroom. He tries to think of something to do next. Try to imagine a game plan that makes any sort of sets and fails in time he makes the last tour of the house checking the locks and windows and then goes back to bed his dreams are quiet dark and peaceful but there is a shadow on the lawn outside his house one that will not scatter when you poor light on it a shadow with something short and shiny and it's hand you won't stroke is an incongruity production. If you've enjoyed this experience please subscribe scribe and leave a positive review. Please support our sponsors. 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Wondery Presents: The School of Greatness

The Next Big Idea

05:58 min | 1 year ago

Wondery Presents: The School of Greatness

"In partnership with wandering the creators of next big idea and business wars comes the school of Greatness podcast with Louis. How's the school of greatness is the best place to learn how to dream bigger? Live better and make an impact every week. The School of greatness features conversations with world class game changers and dives into topics from entrepreneurship and inspiration to health and relationships. Get ready to learn the wisdom skills and tools to write your own story. You're about to hear part of an inspirational interview. Lewis did with Kobe Bryant. In a special conversation the basketball legend opened up about overcoming failure staying humble and reaching for excellence in everything you do as you're listening subscribe to the School of greatness with Lewis House on Apple podcasts. Spotify OR WHEREVER. You're listening right now. Hi My name is. Louis House and I want to give you a quick clip from an interview. I did with the amazing Kobe. Bryant this is one of my favorite interviews. I've ever done and I've done over nine hundred episodes on the school of Greatness podcast and I had such an honor and a privilege to sit down with this icon. This legend not only in sports but business and as a father and in this episode he truly dives in and talks about what it takes to become a champion and build a championship team. He talks about his dedication to his family. And what love means to him. He talks about his definition of greatness. And the Mamba Mentality. This is all about the mindset and life approach post his NBA career and some of the most influential people in the world said. This was the greatest interview. He's ever done because of what he's about to share right now. I hope you enjoy this clip with the inspirational Kobe. Bryant thought we gotta do go home to win to. Nba Champions took two games. Or Oh. That's it. We'll take care of the first game and I promise you you're not winning game. Seven on our home floor is not happening so we all just laughed about it and then we went out and we figured it out but that game seven was down fifteen points in the fourth quarter right. And that's what you have to collectively look at each other and say you know the spirit of your team must be good because at that moment when teams fracture if the energy amongst each other is in there that trust. Isn't there you're done. And we were able to collectively dig deep together and say we're GONNA figure this thing out and I wasn't playing well shooting the ball well at all and so. My teammates picked you up and they delivered. Wow I saw on instagram. That you're up at like four. Am lifting by yourself. In the dark and again you've had one of the most incredible careers arguably of all time made all the money in the world got a frigging Oscar. Now you've got all these other things happening and yet you're still waking up or at least you're in the gym and four working out and you just turned forty right. Congratulations Hope I look as good as your. Why still wake up that early and train at this level in your life right now. There are several factors for that. Like when I first retired. Let go a little bit really. Oh Yeah Oh yeah which was awesome. Everything I'm eating it. Well let's go stake. Go Right milkshakes. And then the challenge was okay can get back in shape and it's really hard because there's no end goal. James. There's no season there's how you motivate yourself to do and so for me it was okay. Have the have the aim for something I said? I WANNA aim for size on aim for bulk right. So that's a tangible thing. I'm going to go for that right but then also it's my children because like you kids can't see how hard you work you go to office. I come in the studio. They don't really see the effort right. So how can we teach our children with the means to work hard? Well you do it through training so when I get up in the morning daughter goes with me for you for him. A fifteen year old goes with me. She goes with him before school and becomes a daddy daughter. That's cool. She just got a permit so she drives in the morning. It becomes a cool thing but through that process she understands the value of hard work and things taking time and the same thing with my twelve year old practices every day right and so it was through. Those behaviors is where I find the motivation. And what brings you the most joy right now being with my family that is man that is the most fun is just. You know hanging out with them all summer being able to do things at our nearly couldn't do because it training because it sure and stuff like that so being around them and watching Bianca grow up because a lot of things that I missed with Dalian John Out because I was playing so being there every day with them is so much fun man so brings me the most joy that's amazing and what is what is love. Feel like for you. What is love feel like happiness is such a described love? As happy as I think I describe it as a beautiful Jordy has its ups and downs right. Whether it's a marriage whether it's in the career things are never perfect. But through love you continue to persevere and you move from removed from and then through that storm beautiful son emerges. Yeah then. Evidently another storm comes guess. What ride that went out to. So I think love is a certain determination and persistence to go through the good times and the bad times with the someone or something that you truly love.

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Wondery Presents: The School of Greatness

Sports Wars

05:58 min | 1 year ago

Wondery Presents: The School of Greatness

"In partnership with wandering the creators of next big idea and business wars comes the school of Greatness podcast with Louis. How's the school of greatness is the best place to learn how to dream bigger? Live better and make an impact every week. The School of greatness features conversations with world class game changers and dives into topics from entrepreneurship and inspiration to health and relationships. Get ready to learn the wisdom skills and tools to write your own story. You're about to hear part of an inspirational interview. Lewis did with Kobe Bryant. In a special conversation the basketball legend opened up about overcoming failure staying humble and reaching for excellence in everything you do as you're listening subscribe to the School of greatness with Lewis House on Apple podcasts. Spotify OR WHEREVER. You're listening right now. Hi My name is. Louis House and I want to give you a quick clip from an interview. I did with the amazing Kobe. Bryant this is one of my favorite interviews. I've ever done and I've done over nine hundred episodes on the school of Greatness podcast and I had such an honor and a privilege to sit down with this icon. This legend not only in sports but business and as a father and in this episode he truly dives in and talks about what it takes to become a champion and build a championship team. He talks about his dedication to his family. And what love means to him. He talks about his definition of greatness. And the Mamba Mentality. This is all about the mindset and life approach post his NBA career and some of the most influential people in the world said. This was the greatest interview. He's ever done because of what he's about to share right now. I hope you enjoy this clip with the inspirational Kobe. Bryant thought we gotta do go home to win to. Nba Champions took two games. Or Oh. That's it. We'll take care of the first game and I promise you you're not winning game. Seven on our home floor is not happening so we all just laughed about it and then we went out and we figured it out but that game seven was down fifteen points in the fourth quarter right. And that's what you have to collectively look at each other and say you know the spirit of your team must be good because at that moment when teams fracture if the energy amongst each other is in there that trust. Isn't there you're done. And we were able to collectively dig deep together and say all right. We're going to figure this out and I wasn't playing well shooting the ball well at all and so. My teammates picked you up and they delivered. Wow I saw on instagram. That you're up at like four. Am lifting by yourself. In the dark and again you've had one of the most incredible careers arguably of all time made all the money in the world got a frigging Oscar. Now you've got all these other things happening and yet you're still waking up or at least you're in the gym and four working out and you just turned forty right. Congratulations Hope I look as good as your. Why still wake up that early and train at this level in your life right now. There are several factors for that. Like when I first retired let myself go a little bit really. Oh Yeah Yummy. Light was awesome everything. I'm eating it. Well let's go stake. Go Right milkshakes. And then the challenge was okay can get back in shape and it's really hard because there's no end goal. James. There's no season there's how you motivate yourself to do and so for me it was okay. Have the have the aim for something I said? I WANNA aim for size on aim for bulk right. So that's a tangible thing. I'm going to go for that right but then also it's my children because like you kids can't see how hard you work you go to office. I come in the studio. Don't really see the effort right. So how can we teach our children with the means to work hard? Well you do it through training so when I get up in the morning daughter goes with me for you for him. A fifteen year old goes with me. She goes with him before school and becomes a daddy daughter. That's cool. She just got a permit so she drives in the morning. It becomes a cool thing but through that process she understands the value of hard work and things taking time and the same thing with my twelve year old practices every day right and so it was through. Those behaviors is where I find the motivation. And what brings you the most joy right now being with my family that is man that is the most fun is just. You know hanging out with them all summer being able to do things at our nearly couldn't do because it training because it sure and stuff like that so being around them and watching Bianca grow up because a lot of things that I missed with Dalian John Out because I was playing so being there every day with them is so much fun man so brings me the most joy that's amazing and what is what is love. Feel like for you. What is love feel like happiness is such a described love? As happy as I think I describe it as a beautiful Jordy has its ups and downs right. Whether it's a marriage whether it's in the career things are never perfect. But through love you continue to persevere and you move from removed from and then through that storm beautiful son emerges. Yeah then. Evidently another storm comes guess. What ride that went out to. So I think love is a certain determination and persistence to go through the good times and the bad times with the someone or something that you truly love.

Kobe Bryant School of greatness Louis House NBA Lewis House basketball Spotify Jordy Apple Bianca James fifteen year twelve year