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Stocks Are Up But The Economy's Down
"There was a moment about a year and a half ago when there was this big disconnect between the stock market and the economy at that moment the economy was doing fine. It was doing really well but the stock market was tanking and to explain that disconnect. We called our old friend Josh Brown. He's the CEO of ritholtz wealth management where he advises clients on how to invest their money and his answer back then was so good that stacey and I have been thinking about ever since. Now I'm GonNa give you my favorite analogy so a woman is walked central park and she's got a dog. What's what's a very active kind of dog. Oh like a Jack Russell. Terrier some great. If you just looked at her what is she doing? She's taking normal steps. She's going in a straight line. She's walking upright at a at a moderate pace. Nothing terribly exciting. Then let your eyes pan down a little bit. Look at the dog. The dog is going crazy chasing birds. It's it's digging up clumps of mud. It's running trees. It's peeing all over the place. The dog is the stock market. The woman is the economy that's genius round. Yeah Josh's point is that the stock market and the economy usually end up in the same place. Just like the lady in her crazy dog but there are times when they do not act or look the same at all and today there is a different kind of disconnect between the stock market and the economy. Yeah I mean when the coronavirus pandemic started forcing the US economy to shut down in late February. The stock market tanked for the next month. By late March. It was down thirty four percent but then even though the economy has kept getting worse and worse the US stock market has started to recover it rebounded in a big way so that now it is only down thirteen percent from where it was in February before the recession started
Fresh update on "josh brown" discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"I. Think if we get now, it's going to be a rocky season and there's going to be all kinds of stuff. You don't normally deal with, but can they get to the season? Yes. If it's as bad as it is now or getting worse than then becomes a challenge. So to me this all depends on how we're doing in the country and the reason why when you're not in a bubble, you are going to be dealing with some things that are out of control. You can be completely responsible about everything. While, you still have coaches and players whose kids are going to school. You are still have coaches and players whose wives were going to work. It's a lot of touch points outside of the building they're still going to be exposed to, and so I still think this is going to come down to how we doing as a country. When we get to the fall, I'm one hundred percent praying that we get college and Pro Football, I would love to see that question number six final question from Jackson Browne, the fourth ACCO, blue forever. He has to question. So I'll answer both them, and so two part question has no journalism trick question number one has the NFL handle possible postponement of games I do not think. I think unless we have a mass number of games. If there was a single outbreak, a single team outbreak, I think we'd probably be more likely to see forfeiture than we would to be to see postponement because you have to add to the season. Maybe they wind up doing that maybe like take away the super bowl by week and add a week eighteen where postponed games could be played I. Don't know how you that would all work I just don't think it happens I, think the more likely scenario is that a team has now break that. Can't play. Then I, think we do see forfeitures rather than postponements. Second question second part of the two part question, which is totally unrelated. Of course. Again, old journalism trick. Why do you? Why do people still think Josh Allen is better than Sam Darnold I. Think because we don't know what Sam darnold would do. A better situation in his situation has been really sideways the last few years. Josh. Allen is a situation that is getting progressively better. It was a little bit of a tear down in his rookie year year to a at the offensive. Line Fixed Mitch Morris was there. As the big ticket free agent signing from Kansas City, they added a couple of receivers and Josh Brown and Call Beasley Adding Stefan digs this year devon single terry's going into his second year, the coaching solid, the program solid. He hasn't had turnover in his play collar head coach. So Josh Allens been in a pretty healthy situation coming up, we don't know what? Sam Darnold. Everything was completely healthy. Hopefully, we get to see it at some point. Appreciate you guys coming out as always watch your feedback. Need your feedback will value your feedback and use your feedback, give it to us. You can get to me on all my social media channels at Albert, and twitter at Albert Arboretum facebook at Albert underscore breer. On instagram and listen to all podcast..
"josh brown" Discussed on Business Casual
"Saying before how is a lot more fun when apple was constantly going up and everybody was lakes always in the green and it was awesome. And we're all super psyched But a lot of talk now on kind of financial twitter twitter is is by bt FD right like by the F. ING dip Are you engaging in a little bit? Efd Right now well. So we are a rules-based investment advisor which means we get to gut decisions about what to do we. We Invest Quantitatively We Invest We. Do we balance his The asset allocations will based on. So we've done is. We've decided in advance. This is how we're going to manage the portfolio. We don't make decisions when markets feel great or feel terrible because those decisions will inevitably emotional right. Yeah so we've taken our own gardens things and opinions and NBC's out of a process. Do you feel like you're missing opportunity for some bargain deal so the second half of what? I want to say well so love our our 401K's all the employees in my far mine. All the partners we invest in the same strategies alongside our clients so the same funds they buy. We buy the same time they rebalance. We'd be balanced. That's very important to us that we eat our own cooking but then like most normal people you know some of US own some individual stocks on the side things that we bought because we are a fan of the company and use the product etc. So I have so many in individual stocks one of the tricks. I've always used to these types of moments putting what I call crash bids so I will look for Stocks Dad. I've always been kicking myself that I didn't own and I'll typically do this in like an IRA or or a sapper rollover. But I'll say like all man I always wished that didn't sell Berkshire and stallone the Berkshire Hathaway B-shares so I will put in a bid that slide fifteen twenty percent below words traded. And it's it's like a mental trick where you almost start rooting for the markets. Go lower your bid. We'll get filled right the way these with a buy limit order which anyone can do on any brokerage platform and I'll make it good til cancelled meeting. It's not just an order for that day. But it's it'll sit there for nine months so that with stocks like starbucks Nike berkshire-hathaway I've done it in the past with apple with facebook with net flex So so Disney so like there are stocks that that people have always said on this that one. I missed that one crash bids or a really great mental trek to get you in the mode of not being so concerned with Martin Or being like Oh you know what's cold? If this gets any worse I might get hit on my Nike Bid. At Sixty five or seventy on my starbucks bid at sixty like whatever. I'm not giving those price with follow them Example BAZ INTERESTING TRIP OF ANYTHING. Anyone can do. And I've been doing that for fifteen years and I've ended up stealing stocks like just getting ridiculous. Low prices during these types of events. Were always like is when it gets lower or under by the tip. Use It then. The news is not going to be better when the market is lower. It's going to be harder. So we're at Dow Twenty Four Thousand Ish. It's GONNA be harder to buy. Dow Twenty Thousand. Were Down Twenty. Two thousand than it is now. Even though the market will be cheaper I promise you abuse flow gonNA take rusty. Get AIR IS GONNA be way worse. You're not going to do it manually. So if you set up to do this automatically. And what are they? Process is a better chance that you will evacuate advantage of these buying opportunities. Okay let's Kinda zoom out a little bit more from beyond just. The more specific market moves here. We think about the economy as a whole What what are your thoughts here. I mean we've we've seen some people come out and say that this is GonNa hit consumer spending the impact of supply chains with a lot of A lot of things shutdown in China is going to impact. Business is really soon. That's hit their stock price. But it all trickles down kind of from there What are your thoughts? Kind of broadly on the future economic slowdown. The people are pricing in right now. At what point do you see that coming down the pipe? Well I think it'll be broad-based. As in all economic recessions some areas will be hit harder than others without a doubt anything related to travel leisure entertainment hospitality. It'd be really tough. And this whole other contagion of oil stocks that didn't kill because the Saudis in the Russians decided. This would be good. Time to have a price for You put US shale producers business by just pumping to death and and dropping the price per barrel globally right. So so that's happening. That's not going to be good not only for the oil and gas industry but that will disproportionately hit certain region. Oklahoma in Texas had probably the equivalent of a recession in many regions in two thousand fifteen twenty six when the price loyal Dolphin aid. Its way so you play that. Maybe this unsee worse. And you've got a lot of companies borrow through much envy wheels. You'll also see bankruptcies any way to stop it now. Okay even if there's some sort of a federal bill it so it's going to let in some regions and says feel worse than some industries. Okay let's talk about this idea. Federal Bailout. We've we've kind of mold over some of the different approaches that the government is taking in terms of trying to solve some of these problems. What do you think is going to work? Better is going to be the another rate cut from the Fed. We got an emergency rate last week. but kind of feel like markets are may be priced not in a little bit Do we see more fiscal policy from Congress happening? Do you think that the tax cut that we've been hearing about from? The president is actually going to happen a payroll tax. Cut What do you? What do you see being the most effective? I understand the idea behind the tax cut mayor hoping that I doing something with the payroll tax. Which is the cost. So I I enjoy the people. It costs me something beyond just the salary tables people to have him as voice. There's there's payroll taxes social security that employer as seven zero. So the idea is that people won't get laid off as quickly from heart industries or businesses. Is it a cost less to employ them? You know. Maybe it's a good idea. I'm I'm a little bit. Kinda feels like a big if yeah. I think it would be more effective literally. Put the money in people's hands who lose their jobs. Maybe like double unemployment insurance for for certain segments I don't know I don't really I don't. I don't really feel very strongly that that's going to help. But I might say they should do it. Low doesn't salaries I think the thing The best the best use of federal stimulus right now would probably be something to bail out the airlines the travel industry which is really GonNa need it as just as massive like almost overdone response to the healthcare situation. We are not going to have enough hospital beds. Certain parts of the country. We're not GONNA have enough people Staffing these hospitals if the if the quantities keep up and there should be like a Marshall Plan for rebuilding. Our capabilities. Have AXONS For all his I would love to see just insane. Response on healthcare side like just throw a trillion dollars added and we're fortunate that our government can borrow now almost free. This is that they do it for like. I recommend the government just so more debt because it can sell more deck because we have stop it needs to be. We have shifted deal. That was to really really big overwhelming. Healthcare response So that the next time this happens were more prepared than we were today. Okay perfect segue so. I kind of opened up the the floor on social media. I know you saw as well asking people for questions that they wanted to get an answer from you about. I'm going to go into some of those questions and one that we A couple of times was if government officials like you're talking about head kind of put aside this money or or had planned for to spend something like a trillion dollars in beefing up our healthcare system and making sure that those systems were in place before we kind of reached this level of what the hell is going on. Should we be panicked? Would it have prevented a drop in the market shop as sharp as we saw this last week? Do you think that Kind of getting ahead of this would have saved us from the worst day since two thousand eight yards with you go.
Josh Allen's 2 TDs Power Bills to 26-15 Road Win vs. Dak Prescott, Cowboys
"Meanwhile the seat under JC Garrod get hotter Dallas fifteen for manslaughter John Johnson out of what's left side checks out tension on the ground one of the year as well you total two hundred and seventy four yards bills are too much for the cowboys twenty six fifteen John Cena actor call her right here on the fan from Westwood One Josh brown also a twenty eight yard touchdown pass on a reverse option Cole Beasley pulled in six passes for a Buck ten a score gets former mates leaving Gary the cowboys dejected after their third loss in four games I was a ruse disappointed unfortunate into enough to win the ballgame today in your room put so much into it when you get the
"josh brown" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Dividing the pie. But socialism is for land is growing. I don't know what's going on here. But I'm getting double sound. Here's right Allio, the president of the United States. It has to come from the top. What I would do is recognize that this is a national emergency. It's bad. If you look at history, if you have a group of people who have very different economic conditions, and you have an economic downturn. You have conflict in the thirties. For example, you had four major countries that were democracies that chose not to be democracies because they wanted leaderships to bring water to the conflict. Yep. So. If you have different economic strata in your in your country, and there is a downturn. He's saying it is an emergency a national emergency. And Josh Brown. Who is a Wall Street guy. You see him a lot on CNBC. He reacted to this whole business about Ray dally. Oh, talking about the fact that you've got these different economic strata. And when it comes to capitalism vs socialism people are going, well, maybe socialism is better than capitalism. Josh Brown had to say about it's becoming more and more difficult. Under capitalism to progress up. The social hierarchy capitalism is not great at dividing the pipe, but socialism is horrendous growing the pie and probably if you had to air on one side versus the other for the benefit of society growing the pie, maybe a little bit more of a priority, the promises become the only thing and really if you're not an asset owner in today's society, and by the way, right global not US if you do not own assets real estate stops bonds, you'll just out of the game. 'cause absolutely no way an hourly wage can keep you in the game. And I'm not saying anyone did that on purpose. And I'm not saying it's a Trump phenomenon with Clinton or it's just the reality could Americans find themselves in, but it's not unique to America. And it does have to do with this idea that people who have become fabulously successful have also gotten really good. Pulling the ladder up and making it. So that future generations of their families will maintain that advantage and pushed the advantage. Even further we have a social mobility problem more than a government problem. All right. So that's a Wall Street guy, and he's going I love the way. He described a capitalism may not be very good at dividing the pie. But socialism is horrendous at growing the pie. And if you have to decide which one you're going to be growth benefits more people in a society than socialism, socialism will tear down society, but the the point being. That there are more and more people where you have a income inequality where it gets wider wider and wider. You've got more and more people that are looking at all these stories about wealthy people about rich people about stories of people going to Hawaii for vacation or going to Europe for the fall, or whatever whatever it might be. And they're going. I can't even barely put food on the table. Capitalism isn't working for me. I hear these people talking about socialism. Well, maybe that'll work for me. That is where this message of socialism is coming from. It's coming from people who did not get in on the gravy train of capitalism. And like Josh Brown said capitalism is not real good at dividing the pie. So either you get a bigger piece of the pie with if you do then you're all four capitalism. My gosh, I've been blessed. I'm all for capitalism. But if you are making thirty thousand dollars a year. Forty thousand dollars a year. You've got a family, and you're trying to keep your head above water and the median the average wage for middle class has been going down for years. You could actually make an argument going back to nineteen seventy seven. There's a there's a better argument going back to around two thousand. That the middle class income doesn't buy as much today as it did then. And so people are going, man. I don't know. I know we're we're supposed to be for capitalism. Capitalism's great. And I hear Sullivan talking about how great it is. Yeah. But. I'm not benefiting from it. How come I'm not getting any of these benefits of capitalism? Because not everybody gets a piece of a big piece of pie in a capitalistic society. So. I don't think they do what is socialist society? Either take a look around any of any socialist country. Take a look at China. Do you think the peasants out in the farmlands of China are living as comfortably as the proletariat in Beijing? Same thing for Russia. Do you think Ladimir Putin is living life the average ordinary Russian? So socialism doesn't divide the pie equally either. They think they do and they advertise that, but I think the reason a lot of young people particularly now are looking at socialism is because. When the downturn came in two thousand eight and you're a millennial. You're probably in college. If you're not in college, you're trying to get a job after college. You're not able to and you're not even able to get a job, and you're in what you got a degree in. You're not making anywhere near what you need to make an order to even pay your student loans. So they're not getting married. They're not buying homes. There are a drag on getting this economy going and they're looking around and going. So my dad keeps talking about socialism is bad and capitalism is good. But I don't see where capitalism is helping me. So I wanted to talk to you about this and get your your take on what Ray Dallaglio was talking about that it is a national emergency. And that we have to figure out some way of dividing the capitalist pie. To where more people do get by that. There will always be. Poor people. There will always be middle-class. There will always be rich people. But this talk about capitalism, not being a good thing is getting to be more and more common and on a big show like sixty minutes. There's a lot of people going. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know if it's all that good. Eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred what do you think of capitalism? We'll be right here..
Kareem Hunt apologizes, says NFL never interviewed him about assault
"You know, it's been a tough time for man. I'm extremely embarrassed. Because of that video I last Michael junior here on ESPN radio and the ESPN app, the videos disgusting, like we I hope we it's being spoon fed to us. This is disgusting. And this is the unfortunate part is it always seems like we need a video to believe these kind of acts are possible in these situations that the burden of proof always seems to be that high. So there's that which we can help with all of this begins and ends with Kareem hunt did an awful thing. And then we are led to believe in the chiefs came out and said Kareem was not truthful to us about the nature of these events back when they interviewed him after this incident. And so the chiefs said this video constitutes new information to us were making this decision. He wasn't truthful with us we can't condone this. He's gone. And a lot of people said that feels reactionary now I wanna play to bits of sound for you from Sunday NFL countdown yesterday. This is Louis Riddick are ESPN NFL front office insider talking about why he believes just including the lies that Kareem hunt was released by the Kansas City Chiefs in that interview, rather it just doesn't come off. Right. It doesn't come off as cream really grasping. Exactly. What is going on here? And how explosive this situation isn't how important the situation is. And he really let the kids see cheese. No choice. I don't believe that. She's just cut because there was no video. I believe it was because they really just didn't know exactly what had happened. And he they asked him what happened. And they and he's still did not know rather didn't come forth. This becomes the confusing part here is because the chiefs interviewed him within the NFL takes over this investigation. And it's league protocol where if the league starts an investigation the team will stop investigating and let the league take over. And I assume that just in a general sense seems to be trying to avoid a conflict of interest that makes sense in my mind, but the question. And then can be asked if the league didn't interview him and the chiefs couldn't get a hold of this video a lot of people are going to ask the question. I don't think it's unfair to ask if the NFL or the chiefs didn't know how much did they really want to because it seems like now this came up, and it's it's very reactionary doesn't seem like a lot of this process was proactive, and I was talking to our ESPN senior writer me at times yesterday. And the point got brought up that this in part could be due to the way things went for the NFL when they dealt with the Ezekiel Elliott case in the suspension surrounding that. And how so many people thought they were overstepping their bounds with Ezekiel Elliott based on the amount of evidence. They had their disposal. And so if you're the NFL you've got that swing of the pendulum after it was the complete other way with Ray rice and with Greg hardy and with Josh Brown. And with all these players were people in think you didn't nearly enough. And so that's the other part of the Sam ponders the host of Sunday. NFL countdown spoke about the message this sense from the NFL going forward message. Hopefully that we're going to start sending two women and two men who care in this country is that it doesn't matter. If you love the NFL in rushing last year, it doesn't matter if you're on all our billboards, or whenever you put your hands on a woman, we're done, and I hope the NFL can make that a little more clear the investigation process than they did this time I last year on ESPN radio and the ESPN app, and I thought Sam did a good job of resetting that conversation coming off of Koreans interview. Because there is a lot of we sit around, and we judge the interview, and we judge the suspension links, and we judge all these things I always wonder how productive they are. Because again, it's easy for us all to get up here. And obviously talk about how disgusting this is to see it on tape and how wrong it is. We all know that. We're not dumb. But then we get Jasper Lucas tweets is in cream hunted that interview because he's trying to line up another opportunity with another team. He's still lying. He hasn't shown remorse, and if I'm an NFL GM, I wanna see him out of football for at least a year during which he's doing domestic violence related community service, etc. That's the other thing is I don't think any of us know how to handle this. And we don't listen to enough of the right people in this because I sat and I thought man what's the length of the suspension going to be like for Reuben foster cream haunted. How far will that go for the league? And again, you can address PR in that way. But when you're trying to address the heart of the issue the way so many people in the NFL claim to want to do what do you do outside of just signaling to fans because this is a guy Kareem hunt is going to be back on an NFL football field. So in the meantime, what do you do to make sure that he comes back better? What do you actually do? That's becomes the part. That's infinitely more important. Here's how do we protect the victims in this? And how do we make sure that if these guys are going to because of their football town, we know end up back on the field. How do we? Ensuring if you're the NFL, how do you go and actually live up to some of the things that you're talking about as far as player development and ensure that these guys if they're going to be back come back better and not just come back punished in a way that's going to satiate the mob outside of your door. It's a it's an extremely complicated issue one that won't have any resolution now, but one that will certainly get into more later coming up on golden window as well. We'll switch gears completely getting back to the world of sports and get to the one staff that caught me completely off guard this morning, that's next. It's first and last here on ESPN radio the
Trapped: Carnivorous plant business opening in Half Moon Bay
"And the carnivorous plant business has opened in Half Moon. Bay KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports at an interest started as a this whole thing started as a school science project, and then evolved into a money making venture selling predatory plants is admittedly a niche business explains. Predatory plants dot com owner Josh Brown who now has a retail outlet in his hometown of Half Moon bay. These are plants their plants from all over the world that in some way or another attract capture and digest mostly insects, but any living thing for their nutrition Brown's interest in these plants began with a Half Moon bay junior high school science project where he tested to see if carnivorous plants could be vegetarians. He fed them tofu and it worked and they love it. But then I had all these plants after the project so for the rest of my young adult life. I had a small collection of carnivorous plants in college. They lived in a terrarium under my bed. He sells the tofu eating Sunday from South Africa and Venus fly traps, which he says are subject to wide ranging misconceptions. The reality is these are plants from North Carolina there about an inch maybe two inches across his favorite is the tropical pitcher plant Nepenthes from southeast Asia with elegant hanging pitchers that hold a digestive fluid and catch. Insects and ants. These are plants that I've grown from seed here, the largest producer of tropical pitcher plants from seed in the United States are breeding program has been going in a serious way for about five years. Now, the recently married Brown would like to spend a honeymoon in south East Asia, he and his new bride or working out the details, she's thinking beach. He's thinking hiking dec- pitcher plants beyond that he's looking to expand his space to host carnivorous plant classes and birthday parties
"josh brown" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"The great answers. You'll hear from friends of mine, like wealth manager, Josh Brown. He fully understands the social and egotistical aspect of being invested in these funds. Not because it's the rational thing to do, but because of the accompanying prestige, the same can be said for managing your own personal portfolio. It's something to talk about at a cocktail party in while it seems our current political climate echoes the movie Ideo, Chrissy. Financial market education and investor behavior actually taken a huge leap forward since the crash. I find it interesting that retail investors actually got smart before pension funds, pulling money from active managers, closing their brokerage accounts in investing in passive, low cost ETF strategies as for the tens of thousands of small RA's. Why would I give them my money either if I can buy smart beta ETF for twenty basis points that does basically the same thing, they were hundred basis points. You're gonna tell me that all those mom and pop RA's managing forty million dollars or executing those smart beta strategies as a fishing in accurately. As I shares please, it's only a matter of time before betterment or some other robo advisor allows its clients to outdoor Mickley allocate a portion of their portfolio to these strategies. Heck, I wouldn't be surprised if one of them also provided the ability to simple proven market timing overlays in order to rotate in and out or long and short, certain smart beta strategies. Hedge-fund PM's have to realize that even though they're in the last car in this disruption train, the conductor is coming to clip their ticket as well. They will either evolve or die like any other industry disrupted by better efficiency. I think it's obvious that there will be far fewer of them as most will not successfully shift to generating alpha partout. All investing is active. Even the passive kind. Let's clear something up. There's no such thing as quote, unquote, passive, investing the words we use matter because they form the basis for how we think about things in the actions we take the developed western world is ripping itself apart over an inability to win a war on terrorism. Because for propaganda purposes, we decided to say we were fighting a war on a military tactic. You didn't have to study war theory in school like me to know you can't win a war against tactic. All investing is active. Even the decision of how to weight an index, what. Goes into that index and how allocate your capital amongst different asset classes, just because the computer keeps your allocation level static doesn't mean you've abdicated responsibility for investment.
"josh brown" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"One god from the case so make it a twenty five yard run no touched on the plugged twenty for planned in cologne first in goal at the two for navy with twenty two seconds remaining in the first half their up twenty seven to eleven severe running back the a quarterback high fullback kgb gene josh brown the third less large john brown the right slot bursting goal of the save to perry in a hand it off to high touched it with not much said had to do their goes off dr two yards and take them a few extra seconds and they have the touchdown run voyages to power back right there hi it's such a load six two twenty four he is a fruitful bag and what he gets going downhill you'd i got to stop him with gene for point to come they're gonna have to reset the game clock as they did not run the clock plane still has twenty two on the board nineteen seconds so market down to extrapoint a oon wide up cutting nineteen seconds remaining in the first half and it's been all navy thirty three to eleven with these data come from white uh and the kick is good thirty four years to elude amy leaves with nineteen second some way in the first half points i guess restated identification this is s b twelve fiend this is srn new mustangs foot on ktc kaeb down worth eighty seek and flower mouth sports radio through 210 and.
"josh brown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Owners repay in forty million dollars a year sure you're the away because he oughta you're making about making money meet up his his main job is to make money whoop up when i make it remember the new york times ticker last season josh brown yes okay how did you blow that he shrewd it up however we screwed up or by the way they tried to fix that today or yesterday they they announced active suspending josh brown for cisse games how mighty nice of them have mighty nice to slip that in there while we're waiting for these zeke announcement great job at him he should again the quickly we're not going to turn out h hang on only a little him all these shrewd up josh brown this rubric a rice they sri of greg hearty that doesn't mean they should keep screwing up maybe they finally got it right what was the next question okay well i was to ask you how you think it's gonna play out because you know the tro he's going to basically claim to put a whole here's a good look like tom brady wire that's where i think he's gonna play all year and then he'll be suspended at the beginning of next year you think it'd i don't see i don't see any reason it should be four because to me it's pretty simple if you say the process was okay than than the rule states in cb that it six games it shouldn't before it should either be six or zero you shouldn't be anything in the middle no doubt about that you let's go to a bobby in south carolina body on cbs sports radio and you know how i feel great air from your side uh thank you yeah i got it profile artifact here they of that guy that called rave about or waiver laws who pay mr warriors poulerik am that guy i'm so glad you caters come up with uh uh i don't care how are you sir night i i don't have a dog but quite what bothers me is that now the taking hey it out route one of the nfl that forced reader you reply playground if they if they say there's a suspension ahead we'll see how you can.
"josh brown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I believe it was josh brown and the new gross mishandling of that situation with the new york giants which i think feeds into a lot of this in the way you mentioned i said the nfl from this point on needs to air on the side of being borderline unfair to the players involved in the process in an effort to show all right we're going to come out and deliver on the promise that we very loudly made to people and said we're going to give you six games with room for more or less six games with fine print room for more or less but when you bang on the table and y'all six you got to deliver six here's the problem i totally agree with you i just i'm just saying that was probably their thought or at least the the i immediately came to instead of euro league that's so built on pr in a lot of bad pr right now the best way to spin it is to find a place and say you know what come hell or high water were at least going a hammer this out of the gate and what then looked at goes all the way back mike to win the race thing first happening you what i said they should have just suspended him for a give you credit fighters said romar for a year and let them fight an end to took quickly to mike's point of six games that's what i talked about the other day how many how many examples that we give a four four examples of where they went less than six games where and i said just give sixth district your say just make it six stick with six don't start because as soon as you start going down i mean that gives everybody room for interpretation of what's going on just make it six and then too many times they want less than six one that's what snowballed this whole situation and why i think the pa side and really the quarter public opinion in a place that's a very it's a very tricky spot to have a strong opinion one way or the other on this because it's an issue a domestic violence it's an issue that so big and so pervasive in general in society but when you look at of the nfl's been so inconsistent in.
"josh brown" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Just think back to last year josh brown got a onegame suspension even though he was arrested on domestic violence charges even though his then why alleged that the league moved and their children to a different hotel during the probowl and now the league seems to have gone to the extreme other end of the spectrum with elliot here so clearly the league as sensitive to public perception here and is trying to win and a quarter public opinion before the hearing comes down exactly exactly right i mean you trying to win a public opinion but guess what the nfl p ages pull the rug from underneath you right now whether or not this shaming victim that's something else but they certainly have put evidence out there now that will now make people think twice now the question is can he win an appeal i don't think he can win an appeal within these particular parameters which is why he's willing to take it to another court or to a court because roger goodell is judge jury and executioner in the appeal process as well jim trotter that audio was he was on sports center from his home he win the appeal and zero right get something will hiddink trotter and feel gates will hear from and a second don't believe that that he may get anything this is just the beginning and we know that the nfl and the nfl pa have a relationship that has at times and perhaps perpetually dicey and i see and there's sometimes a lack of i between the nfl in the nfl pa so scared to think that we are still must two weeks away from the actual peel from the elliott and yet we are already having these words that are now in the court of public opinion and paint a very disconnected picture between the nfl and the flp.
"josh brown" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"I don't think there are grounds for it to be reduced wherever you almost every other time a person has appealed they've gotten some type of reduction not not not mattis don't think they're messing around with domestic violence anymore it has been a stay you talk about it not protecting there has been a stain on the shield since the ray rice incident and i don't think it'll be it's gonna be tolerated anymore a key mario riots thank you mario i'm sorry if by true last name tweeted josh brown and white is white and his e kill is not state of affairs in this country and fair or not um no it's not fair i think it has more to do with what you said timing yes that when josh brown was found to have done all this stuff the tolerance for domestic violence was in a different place than where it is now if you are going to say zero girlfriend was cut if you are going to say zero tolerance if you'll but he was he was the giants kicker when he was suspended correct yeah if you're gonna say those zerotolerance we are not putting up with any more domestic violence period then i understand the punishment if that you're if that's it moving forward but you've set yourself up now for anybody to gets caught doing anything like this if there's another josh brown you can't give him one game while no i mean i don't think there's going to be an exception here i think that if you are if the nfl deems whether they're charges filed or not.
"josh brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The on sports center breaks down how elliot came to base this sixgame suspension that was announced friday it particularly what was different about the nfl's approach this time what compared with past investigation that league is determined to not look as bad on domestic violence issues as it has in the past i mean it's is partially about perception right they got the rights situation wrong roger goodell admitted that not long after the josh brown issue last year with the giants kicker obviously the league wants to be in the right place on this is not just about perception it's important to remember we're talking about domestic violence issue news and i don't know whether ezekiel elliott is guilty or not but if he's responsible for what his accuser charges in with then it's important that the league take it seriously and that we as a society take it seriously and not just look like they're taking it seriously but the nfl does operate in public and it does want to be seen as a body that can execute these kinds of investigations research bon simply and reach reasonable conclusions things like the flake gate the saints bounty scandal hit the they they haven't really worked out in terms of public perception the way the league would prefer them to so you take roger goodell out of the investigative end of it you you diversify the group that's investigating me in terms of their backgrounds and there it has with such matters any any let him make a ruling based on their findings this is a process it's more likely to resemble what happens in these situations going forward and what we've seen in the past very interesting we should note that peter harvey who was one of those four people did go out and say wanted to emphasize we just made a recommendation it's still at the end up to roger goodell to make the determination cadel might actually end up hearing the.
"josh brown" Discussed on WEEI
"To face this sixgame suspension was announced friday it particularly what was different about the nfl's approach this time what compared with past investigation that league is determined to not look as bad on domestic violence issues as it has in the past i mean he is partially about perception right they got the right rice situation wrong roger goodell admitted that not long after the josh brown issue last year with the giants kicker obviously the way he wants to be in the right place on this is that just about perception it's important to remember we're talking about domestic violence it's issues and i don't know whether ezekiel elliott is guilty or not but if he is responsible for what his accuser charges have with then it's important that the league taken seriously and that we as a society take it seriously and not just look like they are taking it seriously but the nfl does operate in public and it does want to be seen as a body that can execute these kinds of investigation responsibly and reach reasonable conclusions things like the flake gate the saints bounty scandal hit the they they kind of haven't really worked out in terms of public perception the way the league would prefer them to so you take roger goodell out of the investigative end of it you you diversify the group that is investigating me in terms of their backgrounds and there histories with such matters any any let him make a ruling based on their findings this is a process it's more likely to resemble what happens in these situations going forward than what we've seen in the past very interesting we should note that peter harvey who was one of those four people did go out and say wanted to emphasize we just made a recommendation it's still at the end up to roger goodell to make the determination nation cadel might actually end up hearing the appeal will they to here on that before let.
"josh brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"On sports center breaks down how elliot came to base this sixgame suspension that was announced friday it particularly what was different about the nfl's approach this time what compared with past investigation that league is determined to not look as bad on domestic violence issues as it has in the past i mean it's is partially about perception right they got the right rice situation all roger goodell admitted that not long after the josh brown issue last year with the giants kicker obviously the way he wants to be in the right place on this is not just about perception i it's important to remember we're talking about mess stick violence issues and i don't know whether ezekiel elliott is guilty or not but if he is responsible for what his accuser charges in with then it's important that the league take it seriously and that we as a society take it seriously and not just look like they're taking it seriously but the nfl does operate in public and it does want to be seen as a body that can execute these kinds of investigations responsibly and reach reasonable conclusions things like the flavor gate the saints bounty scandal hit the they they haven't really worked out in terms of public perception the way the league would prefer them to so you take roger goodell out of the investigative end of it you you diversify the group that is investigating the in terms of their back sounds and there is histories with such matters and you let him make a ruling based on their findings this is a process it's more likely to resemble what happens in these situations going forward than what we've seen in the past very interesting we should note that peter harvey who was one of those four people did go out and say wanted to emphasize we just made a recommendation it's still at the end up to roger goodell to make the determination cadel might actually end up hearing the.
"josh brown" Discussed on WEEI
"To face this sixgame suspension was announced friday it particularly what was different about the nfl's approach this time what compared with past investigation that league is determined to not look as bad on domestic violence issues as it has in the past i mean it's it's partially about perception right they got the right rice situation wrong roger goodell admitted that not long after the josh brown issue last year with the giants kicker obviously the way he wants to be in the right place on this is not just about perception i it's important to remember we're talking about domestic violence issues and i don't know whether ezekiel elliott is guilty or not but if he is responsible for what his accuser charges him with then it's important that the league taken seriously and that we as a society take it seriously and not just look like they are taking it seriously but the nfl does operate in public and it does want to be seen as a body that can execute these kinds of investigations responsibly and reach reasonable conclusions things like the flake gate the saints bounty scandal hit the they they kind of haven't really worked out in terms of public perception the way the league would prefer them to so you take roger goodell out of the investigative end of it you you diversify the group that's investigating the in terms of their backgrounds and there histories with such matters and you let him make a ruling based on their findings this is a process it's more likely to resemble what happens in these situations going forward than what we've seen in the past very interesting we should note that peter harvey who was one of those four people did go out and say wanted to emphasize which is made a recommendation it's still at the end up to roger goodell to make the determine nation cadel might actually end of hearing the.
"josh brown" Discussed on WEEI
"On sports center breaks down how elliot came to face this sixgame suspension that was announced friday it particularly what was different about the nfl's approach this time what compared with past investigations that league is determined to not look as bad on domestic violence issues as it has in the past i mean it's is partially about perception right they got the right rice situation wrong roger goodell admitted that not long after the josh brown issue last year with the giants kicker obviously the way he wants to be in the right place on this is that just about perception i it's important to remember we're talking about domestic violence issues and i don't know whether ezekiel elliott is guilty or not but if he is responsible for what his accuser charges him with then it's important that the league take it seriously and that we as a society take it seriously and not just look like they are taking it seriously but the nfl does operate in public and it does want to be seen as a body that can execute these kinds of investigation responsibly and reach reasonable conclusions things like the flake gate the saints bounty scandal they they they haven't really worked out in terms of public perception the way the league would prefer them to so you take roger goodell out of the investigative end of it you you diversify the group that's investigating the in terms of their backgrounds and there histories with such matters and you let him make a ruling based on their findings this is a process it's more likely to resemble what happens in these situations going forward and what we've seen in the past very interesting we should know that peter harvey who was one of those four people did go out and say wanted to emphasize which is made a recommendation it's still at the end up to roger goodell to make the deal termination cadel might actually end up hearing the appeal will like to here on that before let.
"josh brown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Maybe just maybe there's a woman who is connected to a football player norway way josh brown's wife was and she spoke about this to where it was how am i going to raise my children if this guy who is committing acts of violence against me is he doesn't support me anymore how do i rebuild my life how do i go get a job how'd you i function as a human in the workforce when four and again in the instance of josh plan for x amount of years and this woman married him with the stepson as well and supposedly the stepson was being abused and she was afraid unplug an ad situation because she didn't know how how she sender cells how she could send first cells is that still wider block what does that have to deal with the underlying issue of women who were abused in this country i have some one very very very close to me in my life who was the victim of hideous domestic violence hideous if i got into what i'd be betraying confidences and if i told you just one incident hugo all my god why didn't she leave you know why didn't have the confidence to you're trying to turn something sir into a racial issue when it's the furthest thing from and the way roger goodell deals with these people look key a perfect in dealing with it but the only he can deal with the is the facts there is a video the came out on josh brown i have a funny feeling that the rest of the world would have reacted the way they did with ray rice weather he's white or black if the josh brown if there was a video josh brown and it came out before ray rice though world water reacted the way they did when ray rice did what he did if it were josh ground in the white guy america witness said odds a white guy who cares it would have been all my god that's what that hideous this looks like i'm actually kind of embarrassing you try to spin this into something racial there are flaws in the nfl there's no question but you got to look a little deeper into issues of domestic violence and maybe have a little bit of a different connection to them to understand some of the psychological issues that women deal with in being in a situation like that south.
"josh brown" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Rural people the wrong way and i think he needed to carry feel if you representing the it appeal you have to carry if the epa man you have care of your fellow at all you know ukp door looked up like it because it called pro now oilcoated a world is is the i think this whole thing is about right i thought it was a good deal treat the blackwill did different did he trick to wipe player if opinion i'm not saying that if true i'm just there for what actually after that we'll have a one at the head all you get a year application own oh they carry you took your time big well what about josh brown he didn't do a year investigational hill and yet still out only here maybe he be voted by it you game or one game pitcher now i want to hear from you sir which is a highly educated man is your fail give me the reeves what you think what i'm saying his wrong i i don't think race factors into it one bit one not even close what happened in the josh brown case is one expose the nfl is being ill equipped to be able to handle those types of investigations it doesn't matter whether your it doesn't matter your color it matters whether you are committing acts of violence against a woman in their instance white or black it does not matter i saw you were kind of going down the road of like women setting up black players i really did for second there and i was like you've gotta be kidding me the other part of it too was the josh brown had a history with a police department indy jurisdiction in which he lived in the nfl could not get access to some of the information somehow some way that police department had is that have to do a black or white rosette have to do with the nfl being a bunch of slap fees and not being able to get the information that they want and here is the other part of this the you must remember there are people who get involved in domestic violence situations and they don't want to deal with the police let alone does they want to deal with the nfl so you think it's about race.
"josh brown" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Take domestic violence lightly and believe that this is he said she said listen if the nfl has evidence you you know the again the nfl has gone through these issues before uh with ray rise we talked about that earlier about how ray rice was the beginning of this you will not before that there was just fines levied are suspected here and there but roger goodell has to get this right he needs to get this right and he's got to get this right because you just can't just have these random suspensions they got as you mentioned the josh brown thing wrong how come me before this argument about a josh brown how is it that they could not double back and say we got it wrong and we're going to give you the a suspension longer than a game coming in double back and do that i double jeopardy i i mean nfl terms of course i don't know but you know in in this case is different because they have the photos that that they are citing he here but in the other two cases you had video right had a journal it's it seemed like you had a much more concrete evidence to go off of and they didn't really fine those or use those are the right way but but they're going strong with the photos here the interview of the four former girlfriend would they believe she's credible on i guarantee you as a elliott's people i do not believe she's credible so it just to me the it's fascinating how different this investigation has been compared to these other highprofile cases the nfl's dealt with in the past regarding domestic violence well we will see with jerry jones has to say about this but the bigger overarching point is that this is another domestic violence issue that has to be solved by the nfl they say it's.
"josh brown" Discussed on KKAT
"That on our team we don't want that crap we don't need any of that but they won't say that now there are people out there feel like he is past his prime even though we still young and he should be just entering his prime that he has lost it and he does not have it back and it may never come back and for footballing reasons they won't touch with john morris come out and finally said something and this is the thing when you hear what he talks about here comparatively to what happened last year on his team it just it's shocking it is we live in a country where free speech were able to express the beauty of our country he chose to meal not because he doesn't respect the men and women who have sacrificed for our country but because he wants to bring attention to the way people of color been tree locker rooms can become fractured is not always the best situation trust me i i get that but speech is what we have in this country john morris said he has never ever ever received as many emotional letters about the potential of signing a player ever is this all my years being in the league i've never seen more emotional mail from people that i did about this issue people were saying if you if any of your players ever do that we will never become into another giants game it wasn't one or two letters it was the lot it's an emotional issue for a lot of people he said more so than anything else i've ever run into last year they resigned josh brown a kicker who was dead arrested for domestic violence and he said not even close this issue is for greater and again it's a motion it's a motion it's an emotional thing many teams he said many teams have told many owners and stuff they will not touch him because he is he's krypton it's not good but if you think about the domestic violence if you think it up drugs if you think about the shootings if you think about the fact that there was a guy that is still be love.