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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

The Darren Smith Show

05:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

"I won't make a joke about my college attendance in terms of what we had a queue So you know that thing. If it was about forty thousand seat stadium Oh. Yeah. We will be rocking the allowed, but you know the chew did get loud for. Thirty five thousand fans that we may get four game and things like that. But it was the crowds making the big play here in You know the crowd go out especially on third down and I've always said that the NFL or just football general are the smartest stands when it comes to sports. Right, they know when to get loud for third down for your team on defense. They know when a big play about the happen because you can feel it that the the motion yelling of a big play that or touchdown goes down and or interception always tell people I knew of. Remember the Marshawn Lynch did not get the ball interception by Russell Wilson. I never watched that live. I was at the game, but I was actually underneath the bow of the stadium in Phoenix. And it was the roar of the crowd that told me down as I'm waiting to get ready to enter the field. I couldn't see the play, but I just heard from the war the crowd. I knew that something happened and it wasn't supposed to happen. Right? There's a different Roy Moore, the crowd gives and I heard it and I was like, wow, that was weird in the finally you know the delay, my earphones tell me what happened and I was like man that's just how the fans are. You GonNa miss that aspect of it but I think players got to get around it I know I would find a way GonNa be younger teammates. You gotTA figure it out, and this is why you're professionals. no-doubt Kirk Morrison from ESPN part of the rams. Radio coverage joining us on extra thirteen sixty speaking of nine seven last year finished third place outside of the postseason..

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

The Darren Smith Show

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

"This is our twelfth full week of broadcasting as we are living in very very interesting times, I think a lot about my friends with children in how it is that they're going to explain how it is that they do explain everything that's going on. In the world I was chatting with our former colleague Jordan caruth over the weekend. He and I are getting set to record a podcast. And one of the things I wanted to know is I. Have you thought about now? He's got plenty of time for those that don't know Jordan and his wife Sierra. Just had a baby about three weeks ago. How are you going to explain this period of time to your child? Little Lucas somewhere down the road. Fortunately for them. They've got plenty of time to think about it, but yes, so we were all in the middle of this pandemic, and then there was this awful awful murder in Minneapolis and then the nation. It seemed to be the start of something significant. At least that's what many of us hope. As the center started moving just a little bit, and it became a period in our generation and of a handful of generations of unprecedent change. At least that's what many many people are hoping for here. But I thought a lot about my friends with children. One of them would be Kirk Morrison Kirk Morrison who has spent countless hours with us on this show. Who's hosted the show in the past who works with ESPN covering college football and other sports who's around the rams part of the radio broadcast crew that you here during the football season here on xtra thirteen sixty, and again as we said earlier part of the family of this show, and we appreciate his time, Kirk Darren. How are you? I'm doing good during a good to hear your. Voice Before, we get rolling on the serious stuff. I think last time you were on. You were telling us that you had grown a pandemic beard. And you had promised a picture of the beard and I sat and I waited and I waited, and it never showed up. Okay so I'll I'll send you. I'll send you there about the I really I. Do have a picture of what my hair looked like as I. Enter the barbershop last Thursday and then I can take a picture of kind of what it looks like now so Yeah, I had to get it cleaned up. Man I went three months without a haircut. The first time that's ever happened in my lifetime seriously so yeah. The look just wasn't going. You know it's a bad look when you come in and my daughter. WHO's four years old so? You gotTA haircut. Yeah? I'm not auditioning for Santa's job. Come come this December so yeah, so I love it. I was the first experience back in the barber shop. You know what the thing is I go to place call players Lounge. It's actually on Melrose Boulevard here in Los Angeles, and It was actually one of the few businesses that was not you know on the initial protests and kind of looting and writes. It went untouched but many of the other shops that weren't even open yet. There were vandalized. Shoes Stores High End Shoe store clothing stores. It is a lot of foot traffic there on the weekends. Just because it's actually melrose boulevard but. just to be back into a setting in which you know, some of the the I mean I. Love Your Talk Show by the way they're. Radio shows amazing, but you know outside of the Darren Smith Show. Is You know the barbershop talk is probably..

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

11:13 min | 1 year ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Hour number two of the rich Eisen show Kirk Morrison here filling in for rich the eight year NFL veteran post on many platforms that I think that probably summarizes it all off for me Rich is in London as he prepares to call bux panthers this weekend that's what it is Yeah Bucks Panthers in London Man we got we have a rare four window nfl Sunday area where are you going to watch all four games absolutely really after I wake up early anyway so quick up for this sweeping in on Sundays is like seven. AM So I'll miss part of the first quarter so you're GONNA watch all relevant I think I saw a note and I gotta figure out like double check this a little bit later but they haven't had a two winning teams go against each other in London yet I don't it was I read that too with winning records who with winning records so it's always been one teams always waiting recor yes versus a team without a winning two and three right so we don't have any again August yeah but that's an exciting game we'll talk about that a lot more as the show goes on but I I WANNA turn to Houston right because in Houston is a big game going on tonight another game five scenario and a guy who can break down tonight's game between the race and the Astros is one Jon Morosi John joins us now and John Please help me out here because we're in Los Angeles and we're still in the I guess the the morning stages of what happened with the dodgers and now we're thinking could this possibly happen to the Astros tonight against the race Kirk Good Morning Good afternoon on the East Coast it's it's a great question we saw two teams both lose I don't feel yesterday and and certainly there is that pressure that comes with playing at home in a decisive winner take all game that's very real and I believe is a factor for the Astros to to reckon with today they have not played well on the offensive side of the baseball the last three games they've scored seven runs the last three games in many ways they're lucky that there's still alive in this series because they nearly let game to slip away and if that had happened who knows maybe they would already be getting ready for the off season if that was the case for the Houston Astros so they've gotta find a way to get the top of the line up going again springer in Brantley I believe are the two biggest names to watch tonight from Houston to see if they get the traffic on the basis for the big bat in the middle part of lineup but the astros have their as whether you want to call them one eight one eight one beat depending how you look at Colin burland they've got the right guy on the mound they're also facing someone until they're glass now who I thought was very good in the first game of this series and and now they got the deal with him once again and so it should be to dynamic right arms you're gonNA see power stuff on the episode broadcast tonight the beginning of the clock Eastern I can't wait to see how it all plays out going to be a desperate game on both sides with Hugh certainly Houston having a lot more to lose they're they're the team that's expected to win they've got the most wins in baseball this year they're supposed to win this baseball game but as we saw yesterday what is supposed to happen is not always what does happen MLB network and Fox sports the analyst Jon Morosi joining the rich Eisen show Kirk Morrison here filling in for rich so you mentioned as coal versus glass now but when you look at right now in a game five scenario mentioned very lander as well but when you look at both of these I guess relief pitching right now the relievers in this game what do you think has the edge if one of these starters gets touched up early on Tampa Bay because that is their DNA that is how they run games all season long I think however long however long we see glass now go whether it's Diego Sto or Or Nick Anderson who got into a game very early in in games four the earliest he's ever been involved in a game was that game for they've got a million plug on Colin Powell Shea we could see Blake's now come out of the bullpen even see Charlie Morton the former Astro The CY young candidates with the rays pitching in relief today they have the much better setup wants to start relieves the game then Houston does right now Houston and has had some struggling bullpen issues here of late when you think about Ryan Presley still coming back from issue Roberto Osuna had to be rescued there in in the second game of the series so if if the game is tied or even if the Ri is if it's the seventh inning and Cole was out of the game and the razor down a run they'll like their chances whatever the wind probability says Tampa Bay is GonNa like their chances to win the ball all game if they're within Iran or if they are tied or ahead certainly in the seventh inning or later if Garrick holds onto the baseball game Jon Morosi MLB network and Fox sports immobile this joining the rich Eisen show but you know John I know we have gained five tonight in the Al Ds but when you look at last night's in LDS the two games between obviously the cardinals and the braves and obviously the dodgers going against the nationals I'll start with the cardinals and braves just a little bit just kind of what happened how it unraveled so fast and were you expecting more from this braves team they just didn't really show up yesterday I was expecting more Mike Fulton maybe just got a little too amped up in that situation sometimes when when that happens you just don't have the man that you usually do and and I think that was part of the issue yesterday obviously a very flukey error and that from that standpoint to play the role that ballgame has well so it was a combination of factors from Atlanta side of things and obviously good good heading good timing on the part of the cardinals a ten run first inning is not it's something that we ever expect to see and no matter how erratic Pitcher is and I think that was a a an aberration of operations only time ever we've seen it and posted history happened that happened in the first innings so It was very surprising result but at the end of the day Kirk I would tell you that from my perspective the braves Waas this series and game one with with the base running mistake by Ronald the Kuni junior not running ball out a ball off the wall he only got the first base John and and as Brian Mackenzie after the Game Ninety feet the playoff game is a big deal and and that was a significant problem for the braves in that game and and unfortunately for a Kunia as sterling season he's one of the Great Stars of the game you're GonNa have a great career but when there is a fault of a lack of effort in a stage that big that costs your team and your the franchise player that is a very very difficult burden to bear from now until over the braves can advance in the playoffs that that's that's GonNa be part of his his his biography until he can find a way to race and win so that's and and L. numerous players. Brian McCann Freeman Ozzy Albee's after that game criticize their teammate on the record and said that shouldn't happen so clearly a there's a level of frustration there with the player who has the potential the ability to change the game it was a bad look game one and as much as people might want to say well the apes what an embarrassing way to lose game five with that ten run first inning I think in many ways the the the more the more difficult moment for them to have to reckon with is what happened in game one now you mentioned a younger player in the Kuna junior having to kind of go through the growing pains of a Beigey baseball understanding that the playoffs are a little bit different and he's GonNa live with for a while maybe he can change kind of the perception of what happened in this in LDS but I'll shift to the other game and we're talking in about a guy who has been in this league for a long time and has pitched many games but when it comes to the playoffs it's been Clayton Kershaw Kryptonite and last night we saw it again giving up the back to back home runs after you know basically you know getting out of the seventh inning but when you watched last night's game though John what did you see from the dodgers they could have done differently I hate to say that but who's more at fault here is it Kershaw the way he pitched or is it his manager Roberts leaving them in there there's a lot of blame right now kirk to go around with the dodgers I think I it's shared Komo triple parties here I do not believe Dave Roberts put Christiane situation to succeed but also from Clayton standpoint giving up home runs on consecutive pitches would to me indicate that that there was a fly on the game plan and and from his perspective I think Sean Casey made it a good point on MLB network last night the pitch to render zone is forgivable that was down and one of the best hitters in the game got out of the ball art that I don't have a big issue with Chris giving up that home run it did not tie the game at that point in time it was to a righty pitch was relatively well located I can live with it that one but that the cutter up that Soto it out that has to be located that was that was right in the hitting zone the very next pitch it was up it was over the plate and and for for Dave Roberts you put Kershaw in there to get Soto so you've got to get that hitter out that is the guy that Kershaw was still in the game because if he wasn't gonNa have success against Soto then Robertson and made it to deal with Rondo and then live with the possibility of soda doing damage against Miami it was very accountable after the game and speaking about the criticism that he's getting right now and and he said everything that's being said I deserve it he took the loss on his own shoulders there was never an issue of accountability with Clayton Kershaw but the reality is the dodgers were somewhat disorganized and their bullpen late in the season Kenley Jansen Dave Roberts said late in the supposedly was there closer in the division series but he pitch twice once with the team up by six and once when they were down by four that does not sound like the way that you use a closer and and so there was a disconnect between internal external what was going on there how do you now handle Joe Kelly how do you handle sure do you have to bring back reuse a lot of questions right now but the dodgers it'd be a lot easier for them to take if they had won a couple of years ago when they had probably a better chance to do it against the frozen in crucial at game five of that series getaway so I think we sometimes look at.

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LA Rams Give Jared Goff The Richest Guarantee In NFL History

ESPN Radio

03:31 min | 1 year ago

LA Rams Give Jared Goff The Richest Guarantee In NFL History

"Where was that match would not have had a better day than Jared Goff who agreed to terms on a four year contract extension with the rams it'll keep on with that team through the twenty twenty four season a hundred and thirty four million dollars the extension including it NFL record one hundred ten million dollars in guaranteed money a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter let's bring I'm accurate Morris and does a great job ESPN LA rams pregame and postgame host easier than to show printable form is fine Kirk what has been the reaction in Los Angeles jog off getting all that money and all that guaranteed money. well first of all that was going on my cell as good hockey is all a electrically missiles coming down the pipe a long time we already knew I think in the end in Los Angeles that your golf was going to get a grant of shown the willingness to do feel early and being listing about last year paying Todd Gurley the year before back anyway and I came out of nowhere the paid Erin Donald but everyone knew going to be about your golf at some point and when Carson Wentz got the record contract from you know the largest guarantee NFL history at one hundred and seven point nine million dollars we knew the jerk off will come in north of that is remember Carson Wentz and you're involved both have the same agents so we will have to be the number one pick was going to get more than a number to call it was a matter of when and I think the way they did it obviously was something of a Phyllis Isley perjuring crap if the roster nor will reward your it happened quietly he mostly and I think this really is a kind of a testament to where they can get your club is still not even reach his potential I mean I think they are still going up twenty four years of age over forty six hundred yards last year thirty two touchdowns and now he's tied to head coach Sean McVay and the general manager les Snead they're under contract through twenty twenty three as a as a player who's been there and done it what does that mean to you when you're tight with your head coach and general manager. your overall and yeah I was actually just talking about this the other day if you were to stand in the others only thirty two year old quarterback jobs all the world and why do every year called back market always seems to be the hot button topic in the draft so well if you really break it down. you know how many coaches and quarterbacks are still together after thirty four years it's very where the National Football League because of so much Arnold coaches been fired often coordinators fire but you look at like a Tom Brady unique it's Tom Hayden along with grease hello Daschle Daniel met with Tom Brady will is just one of those marriages last longer they do I was thinking that the quarterback of pretty successful as well and so that's what I think when I see your golf and John and they both of those contract kinda almost in line each other than being there Hey look who's on makes history who will win syllables learned what to gather and I think that just because a lot of. criticism can wreck lot of people were stranded long does Johnny baking your call is the real quarterback who can go grab someone he glanced shut down any amount of criticism local work without a condom on Gurley's mean more like we're just talking about your golf loses a hanging out. yeah great so by Kirk Morrison ESPN Ellie rants pregame and postgame host follow on Twitter Kirk Morrison twenty Freddie Coleman Anne fitzsimons on Freddie effort Simmons on ESPN

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on Dari and Mel

Dari and Mel

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on Dari and Mel

"With us Sunday Saturday morning. Kirk Morrison, former NFL linebacker, and of course, current host of seventeen ESPN LA in for Mel on mel's summer vacation part of mel's lengthy some of. We've talked NBA pretty much the whole way it we'll get back into this too. Because we're gonna. Chat with our guy out covering Sixers. Raptors game seven in Toronto tomorrow, by the way, the NBA just just crushing men everywhere with their two game sevens on Sunday on mother's day and could have had three if you I mean? Yeah. You're asking guys all over this country choose between, their wives and moms and basketball, and it's not an easy decision. For a lot of guys. This is what are you gonna take? You're gonna take your wife and kids and mom out to a sports bar. So you can watch. Honey, look, this is Damian Lillard he's who Damian Lillard, you know, the big guy the big Pillsbury dough boy here look at him for Denver watch him. He looks like me. But he's no it's not gonna work. You gotta choose. Now. You don't get both here. Unless you got a wife for mom that loves the NBA me. Good. Good luck with this. Right. This is what they've done to us here. Thank you NBA. All right anyway. Well, Dr you know, you could always just listen to it on ESPN radio. I was going to read this or not read this the transition. You're welcome. Well, it's yeah. You can do that on ESPN radio. Don't worry about the fact that you got you know, you got your air pods in your ears. I'm sure why for your mom won't think anything of that. But the warriors do get to find out their opponent for the western finals tomorrow game seven nuggets blazers. Tomorrow at three o'clock eastern time. All right around football, though, Kirk you've got mini camps underway. Explain to all of us who have not been a part of it exactly what the minicamp is who it's for and what's happening. Well, the minicamp is just I it's it's changed a little bit. But when I got drafted two thousand five Dory. The first there the Cam was for everyone. So teams were able to have too many camps. And you had the first one which was immediately after the draft was one of the mandatory camps that they would have, you know, right after and everybody was including so you would have the draft picks along with the veterans, and it was just a big giant mix of everybody. And like it was a lot post. The collective bargain agreement of two thousand eleven now that they've allowed teams to have these rookie minicamps and the rookie mini camp. Was we're seeing around the NFL over the past couple of weekends. You bring in your rookies. Maybe you know, some guys who were there for tryouts your undrafted signings as well. And you get a basically weaking crash course of NFL one on one from your team's perspective. A lot of information, and you're not sometimes you're not able to handle all this information is all is it all is it all we talking football playbook expectation information, or is it life information. Finances information bringing in speakers to talk about things like right dealing with the veteran locker room, and how not to to to blow every dollar you make in the first year. It is all of the above it truly is because now with which was one of the biggest rules, by the way that changes last season which also excited that finally changed was that you remember the rule that players were not allowed to join their teams for off-season work if their schools gradu-. Relation had not occurred yet. So what always hurt the guys that went to Stanford, Washington UCLA?.

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"You're still able to play at that high level, but Espy starting to get into that call the bargain of free agency you start to get players who just fill a role. They're not necessarily your every down guys. But I look at a signing like a. Matthews. You look at vont Burford as well. Some of these other players who are signing right now at this point in free agency. How do you have to change your game? When you get up in those years, where you're not the same player that you once were in the beginning of the career, you have to first foremost, you know, check ego. The thing about us clear man, we wanna play everything down, especially when it comes to defense the players, and you like man out, you know, I wanna play all three Donald as a linebacker. What you have to understand. I think New England does a great as far as finding people to play situational rose. And you know, it may be a situation when New England where it got it may not even dress for the game. Like, hey, this this week your role is going to be on the bench and cherry body on. And then the next week you may play eighty percent of the game. That's that's where you guys have to get that maturity I understand I'm still playing the game. And if when there truly placing the team goes ahead of the personal goals. That's how you can accept that. And and make make that adjustment. And know, hey, whatever my role is I'll play it and I'll play well four time NFL Pro Bowl London Fletcher. Joined the rich Eisen show Kirk Morrison filling in for rich, you can also follow him on Twitter at AOL Fletcher, fifty nine, and, you know, the one thing London that you've been apart from teams that going into the offseason expectations were low and you exceed them. But all of a sudden you look at a team like the Browns. And now the expectations went from being just win game or two to now they go seven eight and one a year ago. Now people were talking about the Super Bowl how handle those expectations now fourteen that look they haven't been there before how do you handle? A what do you need to talk about within that locker room to taper those expectations bad? I'm from Cleveland. So I grew up at diehard browse fan my family, you know, they're all diehard Browns fans and get tax pitchers with Baker may. Fiat holding up Super Bowl trophy, all of a sudden in all kinds of crazy stuff. They'll was just like hold on let let's this just, you know, curved in through the ads so to speak. Let's make the playoffs. I that's that's the I think what the Browns have to understand, you know, the expectation be you can't get caught up in reading those those press clippings in year on paper. They're really good football team. They approved a lot of ways, but you have to go out and earn each and every win you have to go on earn victories in. You know, the game is not played on paper. Nobody's gonna gonna just lay down for the Cleveland Browns. If anything going to be on their back now where you they're not going to a surprise. Anybody teams are gonna come in you know, looking to play in the Browns their best. So they have to come in day in and day out work hard as what it starts now doing this off season. You know guys are all excited. Yeah. We got we try to put their Dale back junior bakers in the second year, you know, try to for Libya Vernon somebody other moves that they've. Made a tad at to rouse ter-. But they gotta put in the work in. You know, you gotta you gotta come in and work extremely hard in order to earn. Those those preseason accolades and the guy who put in the work for over sixteen NFL seasons, London Fletcher joined the rich Eisen show and now London the one thing that we keep looking at the patriots and everybody kinda just six back sits back and watch them kind of operate throughout the off season..

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Doc Rivers denies Lakers coaching rumors

The Rich Eisen Show

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Doc Rivers denies Lakers coaching rumors

"These rumors Laker rumors once you when you hear Laker rumors is like all of a sudden they start the manifest and you start throwing fuel to the fire. But I guess there was a big fire extinguisher in terms of putting out of a rumor or fired because Doc Rivers the head coach of the clippers pre-game before his team took on the Indiana Pacers yesterday, he quickly extinguished those fires take a listen to Doc Rivers pre-game. Oh, we gotta get ready. We gotta here we go. Doc, Rivers pre-game. In this right now. Magic Johnson are very close friends as you know. And that's what we are. Good friends. I have great respect for him. But the whole history of everything Steve bomber. And I have had a we have a great relationship. And you know, this summer we decided to extend my contract, and he did something and I'm going to throw this out because I just think it's worth saying because it tells you a lot about Steve he did something that I don't think any owner would do he gave me an out. Where I could opt out the summer if I wanted to. But you know, it was like we wanted to test each other make sure that we thought this was the right fit. We thought everything would work, right? But we wanted to make sure and as my dad said trust everybody, but cut the cards, you know, so it was one of those things and then early in this year, we both decided let's in this thing take this out extending it make it a longer deal. Doc Rivers that was pre game yesterday

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Now that I think about it really other Kirk Morrison who does a ranch pre-game, right, Mike. He was the one that told us to ask Johnny about kind of the lineage of Australia blunders. So not sure it was I thought it was. So you know, what? Next to I say Morrison. I'm going to kick him in the leg. I'm like, what are you? I didn't know you were a stray. And I haven't I didn't think you were just from talking to you. But all right there. It is. I lost my accent. Pretty well. You know, it's been pretty natural for me to lose it fared of. Let's talk first five California here. So you had a week off. So clearly you had some fun with the kids. Didn't you? Yeah. Absolutely. You know, it was you know, had that we can in Colorado. My wife went home to Seattle, and I got her house in order. I'm not sure if you can hear my my son's crying. He's clearly he's motivated to have of this conversation is ready to give me over there talk reading and singing with him. But you know, it's it's a deal where back home to Seattle after the Monday night game. You know, he wakes up crawled in bed, and you know, I was talking with them hanging out with him. And just the interaction something that not only he some of the I need as well. As the dad to know that I'm doing my part to help going to stimulate his brain. And just get him growing up the right way, and kind of help them make all those connections and learning words and learning how to, you know, talk and kinda mimic me, and my wife is is what he's doing right now. And it's a ton of fun to see just a little ways that he is growing every single day. And every time every time I get to see him after you know, a weekend trip, you know, away game or something there's always something new that he's doing, you know, they get to kind of be a part of that. And know that I've had some some small input into his learning is huge. I I love it. What kind of growth, I guess have you seen? I mean look at that age, right? Like as they're growing like there's so many live. Things that you pick up on a day-to-day basis. But what have you figured out that you're like, oh, wow. That's new. Yeah. I mean, he so he's recently over the by week started waving like a madman. So you know, he'll he'll see someone looking in and wave at him trying to say Hello. And then he'll start to wave back. And you know, he's got two distinct ways you got the right hand. He's got the wrist action. The left-handed shift the fingers kind of waving at somebody. But you know, he gets a big smile on his face ways, if people and then now he's almost starting to say, hi, you know, making noise winning saying when he's waving kind of cooing, and I think he's really close to saying hi, which would be really fun. But I mean, he's already said month that SO we're rolling along. And you know, he's just he's a private environment. I think the more and more I get to spend quality time with him and talk read and sing with him. You know, even being silly and just doing different house doing housework, and he's sitting there and his and his Walker, and I can sink to impel what I'm doing, you know, he picks up on that stuff. So hopefully, you know, all the stuff I'm doing can help set him up for a successful childhood of, you know, learning and just growing together. Yeah. No question about it. And again for more information, you guys can go to I five California dot com. That's the number five. I f f I r s t the number five and then California dot com. Johnny. Thank you so much, brother. Now, I hope that you can eventually go to Australia. Then maybe you know, tell us about punting and kicking from there. You can be our correspondent maybe next in the off season for about Australia. Good. I would love that out for all the alligators over, thanks, Johnny as always a pleasure. All right, good. I make. See? That's why I like it because he's a good sport. Yeah..

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Party like it's 1994: For one preseason game, Raiders retake L.A

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Party like it's 1994: For one preseason game, Raiders retake L.A

"I feel like we were here. We were just having this conversation about the Rams ten minutes ago. We were here Saturday morning, ten AM to one PM. We add the Rams pregame show followed by the post game show. I'm the Rams took down the raiders in their home game for the raiders this weekend. It was good for the Rams that win on the road and the preseason in Los Angeles. It's funny, and the Rams have done a really good job of reintroducing themselves to the city and the best way they can do it. Well, the second best way, the best way they're gonna be able to do it is with that new stadium. Now everybody's going to be excited about that, right? But the second best way that they can do it in conjunction with the new stadium is to be good, which we expect them to be. So that's that's good news as well. And this is not a slight at the Rams in any way at all. The raiders are still argue the most popular football team in this

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Say ESPN is the telephone number bobble shoes and Kirk Morrison in for Steven. Steven a. Smith show back to the phones and let's get to Metri. It's joins us next here on ESPN radio Dimitrius. What's happening? Thinking like that who points really say, number one, the Brown. Is not going to be running the show like everybody says, he's going to be in LA, believe me. Magic is in charge. He has good before the bra and they're gonna work together. Well, magic is going to call the shots. Number two is a big time postal on the bra on a big identity building all by himself because the people in Ehrlich community relies that they have their own legends and Brown is just becoming part of the family. And if he wants to continue to play his career, you know, he'll just do well and be part of their growth legends ily leykis and the other thing is exactly what he's doing. He knows magic cold, the shot, you know that magic. Any other GMT get other people to come to LA magical do it, and I'll tell you something else. You disagree with this. People may say then had the on Medicare draw anybody. It takes a game plan. Magic would've went to ship out and got a play disconnect. Can I ask a question. All right, magic can get other superstars to come to LA. This is magic. This was his recruiting ability this. He's the shot caller. He is the decision maker and he is the master recruiter. He's going to get other superstars to come out to LA and play with the bra. Explain Paul George to me. Well, visit didn't even take a visit, did not even get on a plane for a day. Fly to hometown and talked to the teeny grew up rooting for about possibly playing for them with LeBron James, if magic is such a master recruiter, how does Paul George re-summon Oklahoma City without so much as a conversation with the master recruiter Magic Johnson. Lebron. They're waiting for him if he wanted to wait, what was the offer? And Oklahoma City gonna go away. And that was there as long as you wanted to use it to meet your thanks for the call. I mean that that offer was going to sit there for as long as he wanted it to be available. He could have gone and taken his due diligence and gone. A little recruiting tour had visited some other some other teams, and then come back to Oklahoma City if you wanted. But having play for my hometown team with drafted by my hometown team, a lot of people put a lot of stock into that Bob and being home in your hometown also too. It may not be what you actually want. And for Paul, George, I think like as much as he is from LA he's actually from Palmdale which is like a like a good hour and fifteen from LA, but whatever. You're from LA. But at the same time, no, I, I really believe that..

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"ESPN triple eight, seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six Bill Polian about fifteen minutes away your calls on the anthem if you'd like to keep on talking about that. But the next hour definitely gonna talk football on ESPN radio. Guess what you're in the middle of a Stephen swift show podcast dammit made it sports fans the sunshine and attempts to rising summer officially. Here's so grab your friends blast. Some tunes ignite those Kohl's because weather like this waits for no one kings charcoal start something Stephen out this week. Bobble shoes them, Kirk Morrison, filling in triple eight, say ESPN get another call in here before the top of the hour and then appetite of the hour. Gonna talk some football with Bill Polian, Sean joins us next here on ESPN radio. Hello, Sean. Today. Had a question for you guys know bidding the whole NFL the kneeling you guys that the kneeling would been such an issue with fill in for the NFL and for the fans and prevents boycotting if Collin copper nicad note for something say like saving the whales and not using plastic straws over at Starbucks, and it is really old of the context of what he was doing for and how the NFL handle it. Don't you think the NFL will handle that much differently in public would have you'd it much differently if he was kneeling for something else other than what he's doing for, I think what you've touched on Sean is that this is an intensely personal issue to a million different people, a million different ways. So you could be kneeling during the national anthem for any cause, pick one out of a hat. It's gonna be a segment of the population that believes you should under no circumstances ever kneel. During the national anthem. There's going to be a segment of every population that supports the 'cause you're kneeling for and there's gonna be a million different people. In between living in a million different places around the country that all bring a different perspective to this. So there is no perfect answer and no, like they're absolutely people angry if Colin Kaepernick was kneeling to protest something other than the social injustice he was protesting. We'll get the Bill Polian coming up here at the top of the hour babushkas Kirk Morrison, infra Stephen, a Smith on ESPN radio, just a sample of what you hear on the Stevens. Swift show weekdays at one PM eastern on ESPN radio and the ESPN app..

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"ESPN triple eight, seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six Bill Polian about fifteen minutes away your calls on the anthem if you'd like to keep on talking about that. But the next hour definitely gonna talk football on ESPN radio. Guess what you're in the middle of a Stephen swift show podcast dammit made it sports fans the sunshine and attempts to rising summer officially. Here's so grab your friends blast. Some tunes ignite those Kohl's because weather like this waits for no one kings charcoal start something Stephen out this week. Bobble shoes them, Kirk Morrison, filling in triple eight, say ESPN get another call in here before the top of the hour and then appetite of the hour. Gonna talk some football with Bill Polian, Sean joins us next here on ESPN radio. Hello, Sean. Today. Had a question for you guys know bidding the whole NFL the kneeling you guys that the kneeling would been such an issue with fill in for the NFL and for the fans and prevents boycotting if Collin copper nicad note for something say like saving the whales and not using plastic straws over at Starbucks, and it is really old of the context of what he was doing for and how the NFL handle it. Don't you think the NFL will handle that much differently in public would have you'd it much differently if he was kneeling for something else other than what he's doing for, I think what you've touched on Sean is that this is an intensely personal issue to a million different people, a million different ways. So you could be kneeling during the national anthem for any cause, pick one out of a hat. It's gonna be a segment of the population that believes you should under no circumstances ever kneel. During the national anthem. There's going to be a segment of every population that supports the 'cause you're kneeling for and there's gonna be a million different people. In between living in a million different places around the country that all bring a different perspective to this. So there is no perfect answer and no, like they're absolutely people angry if Colin Kaepernick was kneeling to protest something other than the social injustice he was protesting. We'll get the Bill Polian coming up here at the top of the hour babushkas Kirk Morrison, infra Stephen, a Smith on ESPN radio, just a sample of what you hear on the Stevens. Swift show weekdays at one PM eastern on ESPN radio and the ESPN app..

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Out this week, bobble shoes and a Kirk Morrison, we're holding down the rest of this week. We'll get to you on the telephone at one triple eight, say ESPN one, eight, seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six, but it is always a lot of fun to play our little part of the car wash and welcome in one of the greatest of all time. And that is Nick Sabin the head coach of the Alabama crimson tide who joins us on his trip through ESPN today coach, first of all, thanks for joining us. And I guess you probably kind of deep into the car wash. We're like in the heat blow dry period of your day at this point hasn't been in great, always great to be here. Enjoy it. You know, it is funny. It's a funny place. I've been on campus obviously a million times and people look at those sportscenter commercials on TV and they always ask me like, how weird is it to be at ESPN? And I tell them all the. Time those sportscenter commercials aren't really that off the Mark, like you'll be in the Starbucks line and all of a sudden, Nick Saban will just walk by in the other direction surrounded by like twenty twenty somethings like college kids that are are there to their job and is is there any surreal moment for you when you go up to campus? Just seeing things where people that are random. They never expected to see where you know what, what really always impresses me the most about coming here is the operation in the organization, and there's there's always a culture here of sort of a sense of a welcome feeling that always get that you're just a part of the family, and everybody treats you in a really, really well, and I appreciate that because that's not true everywhere you go and that's something that you know, we, we really appreciate you know, coach, you mentioned the word culture and the culture that you've created at Alabama, and I'm just looking at the coaching tree. Now, as I get ready. Two for the two thousand eighteen season coach, and I see, you know, Morial Cristobal Kirby smart lane kiffin Jeremy. Brian debut steps into another situation as the offensive coordinator. Jim mcelwain another position as well. The way that your coordinators and staff have been able to go other places and have similar success that you each year you have to go out in almost recruit another offense coordinator. How does that process or what goes into that process coach every year, having to restock a staff, especially coming off a national championship, you know? Well, this has been one of the the biggest turnovers that we've had, you know ever, but I think we're really, really fortunate. I think he got a plan for things like this. When you have success in the program, you know the people that are in positions of responsibility. They're doing a great job for you because they have goals and aspirations to get the next opportunity which coordinators wanna be head coaches. You know the the regular assistance wanna become coordinators. And I think you have to reward that and embrace that because now motivated people are going to do a better job for you, and obviously all the guys that you mentioned it a fantastic job for us, but it also creates an opportunity to bring in new energy, new enthusiasm, new ideas, and I think you have to plan for a little bit. You know, you have to have somebody on your staff sort out there monitoring, you know, who are the best folks out there at these positions and, and you also have to, you know, see who you can grow up in your own organization and promote from within, because you know, sometimes that's beneficial dislike this year by you've got to new coordinators. Yeah, but they are both on the staff a year ago. So that means you're not going up side down with your system or your terminology for all the players. You know, coach planning the college football playoff over last, what's ever since his kind of, you know been invented every single year at the success of your football team, and then you go into the following season, especially after winning a national championship. And I think this is probably for my own personal..

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Out this week, bobble shoes and a Kirk Morrison, we're holding down the rest of this week. We'll get to you on the telephone at one triple eight, say ESPN one, eight, seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six, but it is always a lot of fun to play our little part of the car wash and welcome in one of the greatest of all time. And that is Nick Sabin the head coach of the Alabama crimson tide who joins us on his trip through ESPN today coach, first of all, thanks for joining us. And I guess you probably kind of deep into the car wash. We're like in the heat blow dry period of your day at this point hasn't been in great, always great to be here. Enjoy it. You know, it is funny. It's a funny place. I've been on campus obviously a million times and people look at those sportscenter commercials on TV and they always ask me like, how weird is it to be at ESPN? And I tell them all the. Time those sportscenter commercials aren't really that off the Mark, like you'll be in the Starbucks line and all of a sudden, Nick Saban will just walk by in the other direction surrounded by like twenty twenty somethings like college kids that are are there to their job and is is there any surreal moment for you when you go up to campus? Just seeing things where people that are random. They never expected to see where you know what, what really always impresses me the most about coming here is the operation in the organization, and there's there's always a culture here of sort of a sense of a welcome feeling that always get that you're just a part of the family, and everybody treats you in a really, really well, and I appreciate that because that's not true everywhere you go and that's something that you know, we, we really appreciate you know, coach, you mentioned the word culture and the culture that you've created at Alabama, and I'm just looking at the coaching tree. Now, as I get ready. Two for the two thousand eighteen season coach, and I see, you know, Morial Cristobal Kirby smart lane kiffin Jeremy. Brian debut steps into another situation as the offensive coordinator. Jim mcelwain another position as well. The way that your coordinators and staff have been able to go other places and have similar success that you each year you have to go out in almost recruit another offense coordinator. How does that process or what goes into that process coach every year, having to restock a staff, especially coming off a national championship, you know? Well, this has been one of the the biggest turnovers that we've had, you know ever, but I think we're really, really fortunate. I think he got a plan for things like this. When you have success in the program, you know the people that are in positions of responsibility. They're doing a great job for you because they have goals and aspirations to get the next opportunity which coordinators wanna be head coaches. You know the the regular assistance wanna become coordinators. And I think you have to reward that and embrace that because now motivated people are going to do a better job for you, and obviously all the guys that you mentioned it a fantastic job for us, but it also creates an opportunity to bring in new energy, new enthusiasm, new ideas, and I think you have to plan for a little bit. You know, you have to have somebody on your staff sort out there monitoring, you know, who are the best folks out there at these positions and, and you also have to, you know, see who you can grow up in your own organization and promote from within, because you know, sometimes that's beneficial dislike this year by you've got to new coordinators. Yeah, but they are both on the staff a year ago. So that means you're not going up side down with your system or your terminology for all the players. You know, coach planning the college football playoff over last, what's ever since his kind of, you know been invented every single year at the success of your football team, and then you go into the following season, especially after winning a national championship. And I think this is probably for my own personal..

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I'm always so happy. I when we get. Going an and I really enjoy it. The coach, we could talk football with you all day. I call the jets on the radio in New York. My partner is mardi lions. So needless to say, I get an earful of Alabama football, like from the snark of the NFL season all the way through new, here's, you know. So I will be whether I like it or not, following Alabama football every single week the entire year. So good luck had a great season. We're actually looking forward to training days rolling with the tide, a peek into your training camp as well. It's going to be on ESPN two starting on on the ninth of August as well. So thanks for giving us a little peek behind the curtain there as well. We appreciate it. Well, thank you guys. We appreciate until my good friend mardi lawns. We said lo and we're really proud of him. You know graduated and he's a great alumnus of the university of Alabama. So thank you guys so much as an even better guy. Thanks a million coach pre she had it. That is Nick Sabin head coach of the Alabama, crimson tide Kirk Morrison and LA baba. Shoes in New York tag. Teaming it for both coasts filling in for Stephen sports fans the sunshine and attempts arising summer officially here. So grab some friends. Last, some tunes ignite, those Kohl's because whether like this waits for no one kings for charcoal start something telephone calls at eight, say ESPN eight, eight, seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six or coming up, whatever you wanna bring up, touch on. Julio Jones, touch on Gary Sanchez. Got other things to touch on as well in place. Stephen today on the ESPN radio. Guess what you're in the middle of the Stephen swift show podcast Devon. I promise we'll get to the telephones coming up as soon as we possibly can bobble shoes and Kirk Morrison, infra Stephen this week here on ESPN radio.

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Okay, tired it when this will, but I'm it mmediately going to my ghoul my my internet search engine. Okay. Where's the next major? Where's next major? Since that's saying outside of Saint Louis and right in our studio in brisk joining us stab Sweeney, we'll take a break from the telephone calls. Get back to you on the phone lines a little bit later on triple eight, say ESPN eight, seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six, but coach Sweeney who has now set a pretty significant standard. In the ACC I would like to bring coach on its bobble shoes, Kirk Morrison code by congratulating you for being a guy that chased JIMBO Fisher out of the ACC. He had to go find a soft landing spot in the less than competitive SEC. He just couldn't take it anymore. Going head to head with your Clemson boys. Well, if that was what he was after, it didn't work very well, but he landed in a good spot and gum. We got to hook up the next two years. We go out there this year and then they come see us the following. So really happy for JIMBO. It's a, that's a move that I think he was really excited about, and it's a great place, much good players out there. Great state, and I know it will be a huge challenge for us when we when we had to college station, we know we'll talk about your team in a second, but what's the car wash been like today? Right. I mean, it's like for you, you've got a sports sportscenter, I'm sure, and you're going to be on with all the stars. Now you're on with baba shoes in Kirk Morrison's, this kind of like, I don't like that. That Russia protection on the underbelly of the car. When you get like the works at the car, like you don't really know what it's for. It's doing anything. We're not those fancy brushes with all the soap. You like very kind of one of those stops on the day. But what's been the most surreal experience for Daboh Sweeney when he walks across the campus goes from spot to spot today in Bristol? Well, first of all, you know, they say that, you know, save the best for the last toward the end of the day. So you guys yourself a little credit there. No credit kind of getting better as we go. And but I would say. Maybe I shouldn't say, but, but out on the campus, this huge, huge thing of leak horseshoe and it's got the Clemson logo and he's got the tiger on kinda where he picked Clemson. It's a big photo of a moment and they've got that kind of out big on the on the quad and it's and it's, I thought they did it for today, but it's my understanding. It's a, it's there every single day. So that was pretty surreal to to to see that up here at the mothership of ESPN. You know, coach when you look at now the elite programs and college football and clemson's name is at the top of that. When you just sit back for a second, we're talking about you doing the car wash now in Bristol. But when you sit back and you think about when you were coming up there years before to where this program is now, did you ever imagine it Clinton will be as where it's at right now as one of the elite programs? Absolutely imagine that in dreamed about it and invasion it.

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Six zero yes your throw old bad memory it's a bad memory you know what i'll tell you what the bad memory that kirk gibson lease with a young six euro kirk morrison still more to dodgers see i'm not named after him kirk douglas by the way we'll get more into got a low dave roberts out on yesterday's game we'll get into more to that here keyshawn george chelsea kirk morrison for the guys keyshawn george l z here on espn la i'm the or the voice you hear kirk morrison i see what you're doing there george by the way the little jaylo you on purpose do you think she really means this is this is jimmy from the bottom this is my love doesn't cost the thing so how far was this from jeannie this is the first single this was this is out the gate this is how many years after in living color genie maybe three three four baby when she was shy actress yes and then she dropped this on us what was that first film she had i gotta salina salina listen take you back who you are gore but radio back i'm coming back that's the lena would destroy radar sure over places you're dodgers lose one nothing opening day where you bring poster i'm bringing up stuff because you're only as good as your last game and your last game you lost the game losing streak yeah to doing losing streak make him said it best in the words of george sodano dave roberts and everyone else who can explain why things happen the way they do in baseball you just simply say it's baseball is and that was you know in the story afterwards that's just was matt kim's quote you know is baseball you try and put it behind you in china move forward you only got one hundred sixty one more yeah.

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Yes the national championship yeah i love that i love that too isn't that fun because like last year it was like the the georgia feed and they have the alabama feed the national title game i just love when they have like the former players that went to like each school i think it was forgot who ala bama hat last year but then a year before that it was a what was it so georgia and all of a sudden like you see georgia fan or the former player all excited you know we're went over and then they always like show that play at the end of alabama one and just the heartache that you can't unless you're there you don't see it so the have a camera there to watch that part of it yeah i like the homer broadcast i i like the coaches broadcast to that's always a fun time okay it's one of those things too where if i can't be there could you find a way to get me as close to it as possible and i think like these the television networks they get it i understand it but i do see i'm old school guy so you know i like to hear my own homer broadcasts and i wanna rip on the other team or call should have been ours you mean what are they looking at and you look at the other broadcast oh what a great call by the official bread and he saw but i'm here right now that a coming up next some old l beckham news how about that we'll get to that coming up next kirk morrison infrared says the rich eisen show hey listeners just wanted to take a minute to thank all of my great sponsors all of you great listeners for supporting this podcast certainly couldn't do this show without either of you i wanted to remind you that you can support my sponsors by going to my show page at podcast one dot com clicking on the support this podcast button and there you'll see all of my wonderful sponsors that help make this show possible.

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Matter and what a te mike metro pcs in the iphone se for zero dollars on a network that covers ninety nine percent of people in the us impressing play with the best switched to metro pcs limited lt plan and get a thirty two gig iphone se for ciro dollars metro pcs coverage not available in some areas plus sales tax claim based on talking tech's directive numbers currently on the t mobile network directive on metro pcs in the past on today's see store for details and terms and conditions welcome back to the rich eisen show kirk morrison here filling in for rich rich is on vacation or is it not make can we talk about it here the top secret he's been postings on social media okay so if it's if it's posted if there's pictures and it's real correct this is debate we were having last week before he left okay do you have any kids do okay how many of you have got a lot of okay i don't have any so so when i have time off i take a vacation because i don't have any kids but rich was saying you know because he's bringing he brought his kids with him that's a trip that is not a vacation it's a trip do you trip you understand the difference when you bring the kids yes going with me and my wife take a trip with the kids obviously it's first of all the packing is just not fun because like for me i can pack in almost like a duffel bag right same but like i took my son like a couple of weeks ago we went to spring training spring training tour.

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"kirk morrison" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"kirk morrison" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"That are part but our prices every day my my buddy longtime nfl player kirk morrison going to join me on the show here about fifteen or twenty minutes we'll talk some nfl we'll talk some zeke we'll talk some rams kirk also does some pre and post game with the rams really good actually former longtime radio cohost of mine looking forward to that and jane slater who covers the cowboys for nfl network we'll be here in the eight forty eastern 540 pacific time slot a lot of talking to see go elliot we will obviously circle back to that a little bit later in the show appreciate all your phone calls but i do there's an interested the sammy were on a normal day on the day were roger goodell hadn't suspended the most exciting young running back in the nfl for six games you know the most important player arguably on the cowboys for six games sammy watkins being traded would be one of the most have not the most interesting impressing stories in sports radio in all around the water cooler while you're drinking a bill beer talking to the guy and here's the i mean there's a lot of interesting sort of components to this one is that buffalo is is rebuilding the trade sends watkins to the rams to los angeles they ship out with him a sixround picked they get back in return a second round pick in a corner back they took their own cornerback and they went out and got jordan mathews so they have a receiver in theory but this is about buffalo who has a slew of picks next year it it's almost it's an imperfect compare but it's almost like what what the sixers had done or what what boston had done or cleveland it i putting together so so many pigs they'll be able to load up and by the way like good for buffalo i think it's the right move the sammy watkins thing for the rammed is perplexing when you look at it in a vacuum sammy watkins it's been a disappointment it's a new regime and buffalo and they came to the conclusion that we've all come to it was a mistake to go up and get him when they drafted him originally he's just not the guy that he was that he was expected to be when the old regime of buffalo uh sexy rexy we hardly new actually.

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