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NFL free agency: Reactions to Greg Olsen's deal with the Seattle Seahawks

Howard and Jeremy

01:36 min | 6 months ago

NFL free agency: Reactions to Greg Olsen's deal with the Seattle Seahawks

"About reaction on Greg Olsen signing with the Seattle Seahawks that's too bad I I would like to see in the bills get him I think it would help their tight end group I think would help their offense overall if it was me I would have figured yeah Seattle would have a good shot because they've got the best chance to to when compared to the other two teams would you offer him as much as Seattle Morris Seattle or just say yeah that's fine so I think that was a good offer I mean that's a legit I think that's fair if I don't know the bills offered him but a one year deal seven million five F. guaranteed I think it's very fair offer I mean I really would have gone I would like to that at him I would have gone crazy and got into a bidding war over him but I thought it would have been a nice piece for the offense and I was thinking I don't think you know they I'm wondering if they're going to look in free agency for tight and since I work I feel like this was the new Greg Olsen and this might have been like a one shot deal like Hey across okay Greg Olsen we like him let's showing get like I don't think they're going after the free agent market I don't think they're going to spend big money on hunter Henry Austin Hooper if they hit the market the other guys out there are guys like Eric you Braun I I you know who's had one good year in his career I saw today Jason Witten I think said he still wants to play Tyler I for I believe it's going to be a free agent but you know you said injury issues in Cincinnati feel like Olson might have been like a specific one time you know we're okay would Dawson Dr okay with what time the Sweeney my guess is Lee Smith is back as blocking back and Tyler Kroft but also it was like a special scenario we're like okay let's make a play for this guide I don't think they're going to go into the fridge market for a Titan

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"lee smith" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:24 min | 10 months ago

"lee smith" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"A strong defensive game and good management from Josh jail in the bill second year starter making smarter decisions throwing the ball away sliding to practice body among other things it's hard for teens to really drive in our defense anytime you getting short field or an opportunity like that teams usually find a way to take advantage smile coaches in baseball so you walk the first guy meaning he's gonna score you know so that that's kind of what I kind of equate that too but you know we we got to be better down there you know myself especially you know when they got to take care of football someone it's third down or signaling first down either I understand that smart plays the best plan Alan finishing twenty three of thirty two to nineteen and two touchdowns and to to unlikely targets first Lee Smith then Duke Williams called up from the practice squad it is my dream now came true and all praise to god may be put in a position of all and that's what I did it was a long rough journey you know I have my ups and downs you know discouraged and I have my doubts about his name is over but got one done with the record to me and what about Candice so whoever's watch me to in things possible longer they believe in a dream I believe in god himself build on it the bye week maybe consider a two in a row the dolphins on the backside of that and maybe add in Washington who just fired their head coach Jay Gruden on the outside in Washington they were beaten by New England Patriots moved to five and one colts and the chief their first loss Marlon Mack runs for one thirty two am finitary four field goals Indy beats Kansas city nineteen thirteen the box get smoke by the saints thirty one twenty for teddy Bridgewater four touchdowns and three fourteen passing Aaron Jones scored a career high four touchdowns Packers moved to form one bouncing the cowboys tell fumble by Jews that Shuster leads to the game winning kick for the ravens in overtime beating the Steelers twenty six to twenty three Minnesota twenty eight ten over the giants Carolina picks up a third straight win with Kyle Allen a cornerback Chris McCaffrey career high with two hundred thirty seven yards from scrimmage the raiders beat Chicago after blowing a seventeen nothing lead they find a way to get through to get that win eagles trounced the jets jets now all in five and Sam Donald returning soon this John Watson for twenty six passing a personal best five touchdown passes tied his career high fifty three thirty two they roll the falcons cardinals get their first win downing the bangles and fillable NZ one fourteen is the Broncos defense forced three turnovers and a twenty thirteen win against the Chargers I'm Jeremy white to be G. R. sports radio five fifty download the radio dot com app and enable push.

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"lee smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"lee smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"All throughout the day it is a tired conversation tired but before we have it I simply want to ask Greg Cody of the Miami Herald who can give you a musty opinion or to your strongest viewpoint. I believe I've got you as is a don't pay the players in college guy. How strongly do you feel that before? We get to your very strongly Smith. Take which you were doing long after the hard network out and you were chasing everybody around here telling them how eight outraged you are the lease myth votes so first before we get to anything else finished your Lee Smith Point and get to all of the outrage well Lee Smith. You could make a better argument for them. Harold Baines nothing against gets Harold Baines personally. I've never met he had a nice career but the voters you need seventy five percent to get into the hall of fame. The most percent that Harold Baines ever got in any one year was six percent the the bare minimum to stay on the ballot is five percents so here's a guy who barely stayed on the ballot didn't come close how they want their organization representative. Eli Manning is the embodiment off that a prankster interlock role. That Paul went from angry what happened well look. I do that just to bother cody. No no no no. He was in moves quickly. Does they moved quickly real happiness. He just suddenly he's playing a different game than the rest of Stephen..

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"lee smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"lee smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"With our show with Stugatz on E._S._p._N.. Radio Lee Smith is an athlete from another time. I WanNa talk about Lee Smith. Tell me what it is that you said and repeat to the audience what it is you just said about big burly hard-throwing reliever Lee Smith while he was inducted into the <hes> to the hall of fame. I think it was bruce suitor who made eight <hes> his speech and he was. I think it was I could be wrong on this where he said at least myth when he came into the game. You knew the game was over. You knew you were going home with a victory except for one hundred and three times you didn't go home with the victory because he blew the save <unk>. I'm sorry I know it's a big week for Lee Smith but I'm just pointing out that I think he is fourth all time in career blown saves so you actually had no idea if you were going home with the victory that he's a three time rolaids relief man of the year award winner. I feel like we did the measurements back then with different numbers so he's just saves guy who came in at the end of the game and this dude was big and black and through fire and there weren't a lot of people who did that in baseball at the time but this is what I love about Lee Smith and. And one of the things I love that he would just take these giant snoring naps on a table during the game and nobody would bother him just giant snoring naps during play because what do you need me for. I'm not I'm only here for the night. I don't don't even know why I'm here for the first date. Don't blame him but this is what I love about. Les Smith is a story from Clinton Yates with a picture of Lee Smith he writes. This man used to walk slow slow from the bullpen because the grounds crew. Do you remember. Do you remember how he walked. Slow Bullpen Lee Smith <hes> he had a great deal of aura about him. He was one of the most feared relievers rivers in league and people love just like with Jim Brown right Jim Brown after you tackling he'd never show you he was hurt he would just get up and he'd get up very slowly each time very slowly so you can never tell when he was hurt because he was getting up slowly so he would never show you anything anything that resembled pain Lee Smith used to walk from the bullpen so slowly because the grounds crew guys were as homeys and they got paid time and a half at Wrigley field if they worked past four thirty Dave Games those were day Gary..

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How Do the Baseball Hall of Fame Busts Get Sculpted?

WCBS Programming

02:22 min | 1 year ago

How Do the Baseball Hall of Fame Busts Get Sculpted?

"Baseball fans celebrated as the national baseball hall of fame in trying this news class unanimous inductee Yankees closer Mariano Rivera use a headliner of the twenty nineteen class for Yankee fans are concerned Mike Mussina Edgar Martinez Harold Baines Lee Smith and the late Roy Halladay there also honored with bronze busts in the hall and the official sculptor all of the hall of fame plaques here is Tom sue chia what's the physical process of creating that what tools are you using how do you actually make the plaques themselves in terms of the image yeah the the first thing that I start off with is I worked on designed the composition on the computer first kind of like on a basic like using Photoshop kind of play around with things and then try to come up with the right kind of look and then from there I proceed by adding by working on the clay model and the there's a frame as you know they got that sort of tombstone shaped frame with the laurel leaves and the baseball bats that's used over and over again you know that's the standard frame and answer Matthews provides me as such a frame that template frame in which there's like a well in it which then I flew clay and then I model that and then I work with the photos and I just raw work on that and then when I get reach a certain point that I like then I submitted photographs and videos of my clay to the hall of whether they review and there they come back with comments and we go back and forth Destry fine and make it we make sure we nail everything right yeah so so for yourself I mean these you know players on the go the whole fame the special part about it is that the remembered for generations people can go there people for baseball players in the nineteen twenties in the hall of fame and people in two thousand twenty we'll see them so for you as a person is creating this art how does it make you feel the fact that your art will be almost eternal it will be out there forever yeah it's a great feeling because it is yeah I'd be is something that will last yeah letter like thousands of years and even after maybe baseball is no longer played or whatever you know has gone and some archaeologists from aliens people and discover a so is a sentence to her yeah thank you so much for talking I really appreciate it yeah you're going to CBS reporter Mike smelts in Cooperstown talking with Tom sucia who sculpts the hall of fame

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"lee smith" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"lee smith" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And teammates Halliday was inducted today along with Harold Baines and your Martinez Mike Masina Marianna Rivera and Lee Smith Ireland Shane Lowry won the British open that was played in Northern Ireland this weekend from sports radio ninety four W. I. P. I. margin became a wide of the news radio thank you RJ nine thirty nine hi I'm doctor Carter Patel a family medicine physician at mainline help we all enjoy a dip in the pool every summer but tragically pull injuries are drownings our major concern according to the American red cross over two hundred young children drown in backyard swimming pools each year make sure everyone in your family learn to swim and be sure to keep a watchful eye on your kids and even adults in the water at all times summer is a time for fun so make full safety a priority mainline health encourages everyone to be safe in mind for their help this summer this is rona X. only premier luxury BMW dealership B. M. W. of Roanoke where you'll find find the B. M. W. as enjoyable as dropping one on one price promise program makes shopping a pleasure visit PM W. rona today in store or online at W. dot com when it comes to treatment for addiction it matters where you go recovery centers of America at Devon was founded on the idea that each person deserves an individualized treatment plan treatment for heroin addiction requires a different approach than treatment for alcoholism young people have different needs than parents and older adults people who have experienced trauma have unique needs and patients with relapsed histories must receive a new kind of care and recovery centers of America at Devon you will receive a treatment plan that works for you.

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"lee smith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"lee smith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of America Lee Smith Harold Baines selected for enshrinement by the today's game era committee the big name this year at Mull Mariano Rivera ESPN's buster only with a look back at the career of the greatest closer in the history of baseball the first ever player to be elected to the baseball hall of fame on a hundred percent of the ballots Mariano Rivera was the Yankees primary set up in the run to the nineteen ninety six World Series before becoming a closer to the nineteen ninety seven season he capped the dominant nineteen ninety eight season when the Yankees won a hundred twenty five games and swept the Padres in the world fast ball one for the third approaches has it does it and the New York have won the nineteen ninety eight World Series four games to none a clean sweep of the San Diego Padres and they gather in this room near the first base line on the infield jumping atop one another and they are celebrating here in San Diego the Yankees won five World Series in his career and he was the nineteen ninety nine World Series MVP and the two thousand three American League Championship Series and in a hundred and forty one innings in the post season he allowed just two home runs he's forty two postseason saves or the most all time Bradley to second eighteen he also became the all time saves leader two thousand eleven six on his way to six hundred and fifty two career saves Rivera had fifteen straight seasons of twenty or more most all time and fifteen seasons with thirty more scenes yes also the most all time but the most amazing statistic for the righty from Panama is is zero point seven post season think about this war men have walked on the moon that scored in the post season Rivera's former teammate mark Teixeira you really can't have a debate on the greatest closer of all there is no discussion and I think that just that elevates mode to a different level and and we appreciate that ESPN's buster only like Rivera the late Roy Halladay gains induction Sunday in his first year of eligibility we hear now from ESPN's Jeff Hanson all right handed work course the late Roy Halladay is a first ballot hall of Famer after by the Toronto Blue Jays in nineteen ninety five the man called doc paved a rocky road to stardom his former manager Buck Martinez in two thousand and one in spring training was struggling and mark.

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"lee smith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"lee smith" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"He's going to the famous weaken Mo- Rivera along with Lee Smith and Harold Baynes. Everybody Harold Pains is going to be hall of Famer Summer Man he was he was I'm going to say he was solid yeah. Those least how Baynes was solid great. I think Lee Smith is still walking in from the bullpen and for his last save opportunity. I think he's still he's almost there. That's one guy who had never fight coming out of the bullpen by the time we got there. It'd be over Gaza me walking back. It'd be over the two people have in the fight would have already had grandchildren you WanNa talk that new APP that the Russians put out there to steal all of our information and face that Lee Smith did need that at him and Phil Niekro they were out there. We knew who we knew how old they because that's how they looked when they were younger. He's Smith was born with that giant beard. Oh my God I can't wait to see what he's GonNa. Look like I haven't seen what Lee Smith looks like in forever. I exactly the same oh my gosh. Let me just say this about that facebook. At whatever the hell APP it is the Russian APP faith APP SPUTNIK APP or whatever it is base at okay. It is say this is his mind is my face now in the in the hands of the Russians because everybody from this show N._F._l.. Network has used my face for because I didn't put my information in there and we're looking at this right now that shot on a screen N._F._l.. Network it did it to you. Look Tom Com Fox sports radio. Did it okay I saw that one Fox sports radio did it in our in our in house time slot competition. Petition cowherd looked like a U._S.. Senator from the State of New Mexico when he's eighty okay joy Taylor she she looked like Lois Lane they made them look younger and then my face my my the APP it makes me look twenty years older than the oldest APP looking person period..

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"lee smith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"lee smith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Francisco Rodriguez John Franco, Trevor Hoffman hall of Famer and aim for three and Jeff Reardon number one the old Montreal expo three of those ten are hall of famers. Lee Smith is a hall of Famer, and it's overdue quite frankly, I don't know what took him so long again, the hall of fame every all these other. I mean, Trevor Hoffman all these other guys give him the hall of fame. He did the same job. I I'm old enough to remember Lee Smith as a starter. Go to YouTube and look for Lee Smith, I think it was against the Phillies or Pittsburgh is completely out of place as a starter that big those big legs and that all wind up deal. He's gonna be a closer because he had six six and he's coming from third baseman. Crazy, right arms, legs everywhere. I remember him as a starter by you guys niche as a reliever as a closer it worked out perfectly because he is a closer. And as a guy that was one of the best I've ever seen. He should have been the hall of fame. I don't even know what took so long from the even get in there. But the idea the Harold Baines the hall of Famer is is is not about herald. It's about these writers the cowards there will not look at what's real you have greatness in front of you put them in the hall of fame. Even if you write a column saying Kay. Here's what I I looked at before his I look at now, you don't feel like, you know, I'm going to die and make sure that I'm gonna fall on that. I'm going to die in that hill that berry Basel getting the hall of fame. Why why it's crazy craziness? And and I'm telling you some of the guys that you saw there were like all the very good. They're getting in watch. What happens they're gonna get in herald? Pains in the hall of fame is outrageous. It just is he's in my personal hall of fame is one of my favorite players to watch the hall of fame worthy. That's not the you. They've lowered the standard. Now. That's exactly the watch. Fred McGriff in the hall of fame. Watch what happens and at bad hat all going to hall of fame. So some thoughts about the and of course hero. Baynes. Oh, I can't wait for the speech weekend. At Bernie's that try to prop them up from the speak herald. L? Baynes surprised by the hall of fame induction. I'm very honored. Humble grateful all the above. But I'm very surprised but happy.

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Chicago legends Harold Baines, Lee Smith make Hall of Fame

CBS Sports Radio

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago legends Harold Baines, Lee Smith make Hall of Fame

"lee smith" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

12:04 min | 1 year ago

"lee smith" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"Of the most struggling teams in the National Football League. I thought to see what's going to get real high. And if you'd ask me my opinion, do I did I think Mike McCarthy was going to be able to survive the off season and beat the Packers coach on opening day. I probably would have said, no. But I think he's gonna fight or day. I didn't see that common. I guess I guess they're out of it. You know, why keep them hanging in limbo? They kind of knew that they were gonna make a change. Probably. And the timing seems right? But. Do you think he's the reason why the team is struggling as bad as it is? I don't I think that they've put together a insufficient roster. I would say the general manager is as culpable if not more culpable than the head coach if you're gonna LOP off the heads of those who are mostly responsible for the Packers avenue lousy season. I don't know the digits just be one guy that's fair to that's fair too. But the general manager is fired. He's he's not firing himself. We all know that right? I don't disagree with you. But I do think it's it's time for changes. You get ready for Aaron Rodgers twilight years, right? So I'm not pushing them out the door. I think there's there are certainly you don't have to the Packers did. So my question to you would be how commodity Izzy during the off season. He's coming off allows a year, but he's certainly winning coaches. Well, above five hundred record wise is Super Bowl belt. He can adorn. Do you think? He's one of the hotter. Candidates thirty off season when the coaching carousel starts. It's been. I will say not one of the hotter. Ones bought a warm one. How about that? I think because the hotter. We go is the the more unknown. The hot assistant always get somebody something maybe a college coach, maybe Brian Kelly becomes a hot commodity. I think even though even though he is one a Super Bowl it's been quite a while since that happened. And I think that that kind of cools it a little I'm not saying, right or wrong. But I'm just saying I think the perception and the fact that he's coming off this year. I think he may go he may go the route of many, many coaches and just take a year off breach charged. See what's out there instead of jumping back in right away. And then just a game. That that happens more often than not the guys take a year off because he still under contract. I'm sure he's got time to run on his contract when she'd means he can say he's not pressed to get back into action and maybe a year removed. He thinks that the big picture of what he accomplished in Green Bay will be more focused than just this final underachieving here. Well, we'll we'll see where the Packers go from here. But they are certainly in the market for a head coach. Meanwhile, the chiefs and raiders have become quite a game out west. Let's go to Oakland right now. And check in with Ryan Leon. Okay. Right. Yeah. The chiefs right now have the ball and they're gonna try to run the clock down as much as they can right now. They've got the ball on the raider thirty yard line. It's first and ten for them. Especially on the Oakland a thirty four with three thirty five to go and counting in the fourth quarter. The chiefs holding onto a thirty three thirty lead Patrick Mahomes as three touchdown passes. To those two Travis Kelsey homes twenty one of thirty five for two hundred and sixty eight yards and three scores. Kelsey has eleven catches for a hundred and forty three yards receiving two touchdowns and Dmitriev Harris caught the other one Mahomes. Awesome. I fifty five yards rushing on six carries. Meanwhile, for the raiders it is Derek Carr twenty five or thirty two for two hundred and thirty five yards and three touchdowns back to those touchdowns or the people you probably haven't really heard of Marcell, eight minutes one of them. He's a rookie receiver out of Oklahoma state. And the other is tight and Lee Smith who hasn't caught a touchdown in three years since twenty fifteen and your cook for good measure also one rushing touchdown for Doug Martin. But the raiders right now doing their best there. They're trying to hold the chiefs here. Get the ball back. They trailed thirty three to thirty to forty four to go in the fourth quarter. Brian Lee Smith was a heck of a relief pitcher though. He's not with us. So that job got crooked. Yeah. I think I say would have gotten cricket said you not been there. That's right. Kirk cousins going for it all and he is picked off as a result. Boy, quite the play. Let's go to Allan Seagal right now in Foxborough. My Richard about I guess is fair play because the patriots had themselves. A two touchdown lead on James Devlin to yard renovated twenty four ten then they forced Minnesota to turn it over as they on downs. And the only thing that could really keep Minnesota and the game was a turnover wealth, but one of the few times this afternoon radio had too bad past. It was picked up by Eric Hendricks. Minnesota took over and as you just said cousins picked up Doron home into the end zone. So the patriots take it over leading at twenty four to chat with or forty one to go and rich one note James Devlin has carried the ball three times this year three touchdowns. That's percents. I'd say, so that's that's not bad. His agents can definitely bring that up with Bill Belichick. There's no question about that. So but right now, Tom Brady and company go back to work after the turnover with four forty one left in the driver's seat up by two touchdowns. Let's head to Kevin Schalke in Seattle where it's been all Seahawks today. Yeah, it's been all Seahawks and a year. Russell Wilson eleven for sixteen for one hundred eighty five yards and four touchdowns on this one two of them to Doron Brown who had his ninth tenth and eleventh catches of the season. Two of them for touchdowns Tyler Lockett with a touchdown and Doug Baldwin with one as well. So the damage today being done through the air, but the damage for the Seahawks. They've tried to do it on the ground some serious injuries coming up here. DJ fluker the left guard was taken off with a hamstring injury. He was taken off on a cart. And then we just saw Chris Carson head to the locker room the touted running back for the Seahawks who had thirteen carries for sixty nine yards on the game. So to injuries to keep an eye on the Seahawks move forward overall though Seahawks. Having a nice game here. Thirty four to sixteen lead with with eight and a half minutes left in this one Nick Mullins. In the year two hundred ninety two yards and two touchdowns on the ground. Jeff Wilson fifty six yards on twelve carries. The star fantasy wise for the forty Niners. Dante Pettis four catches a hundred fourteen yards and two touchdowns. The long one on one play drive seventy five yards down the right side. So right now with eight minutes and five seconds left here in the fourth quarter. It's thirty four sixteen Seahawks over the Niners. Dante's father quite the defensive center fielder day with the angels among others. She was absolutely Kevin. Thanks so much. We will get back to you in a couple of minutes. Let's go to Brian Douglas in Tennessee final moments jets trying to hang on here with a three point lead. Here's Brent with more. Tennessee titans. Have the ball one twenty-seven lucked ago when there were just a defensive holding penalty called on the jets which helped the titans out the news right now. Twenty two to nineteen the titans do need to get down. I was watching Ryan suck up in warm ups. Of course that was the three o'clock in the afternoon during the daytime and the wind will get the titans back. And so if the titans can somehow get the ball down to about the forty yard line or so maybe the thirty five they've got a shot with suck ups. Like right now, they I gotta get there as the titans thus far have had no offense of games on their first two plays on this particular drive. Marcus mariota that's going to be running the ball out. But there's going to be another flag. There's been flagged on every single play on this Dr. And we have a. Top of everything else. There is a fumble. And we'll see what happens here. But in the meantime, it's getting kinda crazy here. But the titans are trying their darndest to stay in this. And of course with the lost the titans. We'll find themselves likely out of the playoff picture one eleven left to go in the fourth quarter. It's still the jets twenty two titans nineteen. All right. Thank you very much. Brent Douglas coming up tonight, the eight and three chargers of these seven three and one Steelers in Pittsburgh. And joining us right now from the LA times is Mike Di Giovanni covers the chargers. Mike rich Ackerman. Johnny mcdonald. How are you? Hey, doing fine. How're you doing? Just great. Thank you so much for a couple of minutes, a huge game as far as playoff implications are concerned. And maybe these two teams meet again. But no Melvin Gordon tonight. How big of a loss? How do you characterize that loss tonight for the chargers? It's tough. You know, they do have a really good back in Austin heckler who you know, if you look at it as average yards per carry yards per catch. He kind of does the things Melvin does. But he's Melvin just such a physical presence any and he gets so many yards after contact, and he's a real bruising kind of runner. So I think in a game like this. You're definitely I miss a guy like that. It hurts some depth wise. One one reason the charge has been pretty good defensively as when voting comes out for rest, they're bringing a pretty good back in Austin heckler. Now, you don't have one of those guys, you know, puts puts a rookie in the backup spot. And you know, it just it really seems the out wise parts the depth understood which of the two areas. Do you think is the biggest drop off going from Gordon? In carrying the football and running from the line of scrimmage or what their backs give them coming out of the backfield in the passing game. Probably the running portion of it because Ecuador is actually a really allusive guys supposed to get them. And they they run along a place where they should do a lot of shutdowns and a lot of hot Rize against the blitz. Where Philip rivers will throw a really quick pass out to Ecuador in the flat and open space, and he's really good and open space and he's fast. And even though he doesn't seem as tough as nobody is the chargers Los Angeles pound for pound the strongest guy in the team, so he can break a few tackles too. I just think, you know, losing like Melbourne's a tough blow fumbled all year. He's just a really durable physical guy, especially when you want. You know, if you have a lead late. He's the guy that guy you want to give the ball and trying to run out the clock. Those kinds of situations dog with Mike De Giovanni the LA times, Philip rivers and Ben Rothlisberger came. Came into the league at the same time. They both had I think hall of fame careers when they go head to head in a spotlight this, and especially considering the Gordon injury as we've talked about does does rivers get enough credit for for what he's done with his career. He's obviously come up short in terms of Super Bowls to the other guys is draft class. But but I think he's he's had just as good if not a better career than those guys. Yeah, I'm pretty sure it was Brett farve after his after Phillips game last week where he called. So maybe the most underrated quarterback in the NFL. I don't know if you meant history or what? But you can kinda say is underrated. But then again, you know, Ben, you I have both won two Super Bowls until has not want Super Bowl. So. I think you know, I agree with you there. Both hall of famers. They don't know each other that will they've only gone head to head a few times. But yeah, I think Phillip at least in the west coast. I think he gets a lot of credit. He's just at his age right now, you know, mid thirties really having one of his best years ever. So I think he gets a lot of credit for the people who follow charters and maybe follow the AFC from the national scale. Yeah. I don't think he he is often thought of in that class when you look at you know, the Manning's the drew Brees is the even the Tom Brady's too. If you want to include him, Mike with the fact that they don't have Gordon tonight necklace going to give them what he's going to give them both in the running game in the passing game. Whatever the drop off is does San Diego San Diego. I continued upon San Diego forever to the LA chargers. Want to go Mano amount of with the Steelers up and down the field and play this game and a thirties ev- actors running it effectively in their underneath stop. Is working. Well, would San Diego prefer to maybe just take the air out of the ball though, bitten rely on their defense?.

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"lee smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"lee smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Session with the media following the trade that sent Amari Cooper from Oakland to Dallas for a first round pick. And there continues to be this thought that other guys could be next and Jon Gruden the coach the raiders addressed the situation Chris yesterday with reporters regarding the possibility of more trades Gruden said this, and we gotta pay very careful attention to his words. Yeah. I don't see us making any more trades. I didn't see us making a trade the other day. I really didn't. But sometimes plans change, you don't know who's going to call you and what they're going to say. And that goes in all phases of life. I don't see us making any trades. But I'll never say never again to anybody. If I said never to you. I'm sorry. I don't think I did. So look when he says, I don't see any more trade. But then again, I didn't see the one we made that means the doors open for someone to make an offer that would cause them to say, well, you're gonna you're giving us this for Derek Carr. Really? You can have given us this for college. Assembly. Really, you can have your giving us this for Bruce Irvin. Really you can have him. And I think that's the message any underscored it and around about way, the store is open and anything you want. If you make an offer. We like you got. Yeah. I mean, I don't disagree. It's kind of cryptic language, their right to just leave the leaves the door cracked a little like, I don't think we're making any trades. But this could happen cracked, it's not even cry. You're right. Yard. It is make us an offer. Yes. And the same thing, you know, again, it's I don't mean to say this. But I'm saying, it's just I don't know what to believe out of there right now, especially with, you know, just some of the things John has said over the last few weeks and months, so it is a very weird situation with the Derek Carr thing, you know, what is his status in the locker room other thing, I'll say to Mike that just kind of you know, this report that came from the athletic, right? I can't remember the writers name that reported on the Derek Carr situations. Thompson the second right Marcus Thompson the second. I'm I'm interested to know that this come from a player. Did this come from the coaches because that's that's to me would be a lot different. If it came from the coaches, then and they of pinned it on the locker room that way and that phrase, and then that's a totally different story. Then that would tell me that man, there is definitely some questions within that organization about Derek Carr. His future. And that maybe the coaches don't agree with his leadership and the way he goes about things. So I'm just intrigued to see where it goes. Well, the locker room was opened on Wednesday three players spoke. That means there's forty nine others not named Derek Carr who have yet to address this publicly, but of the three who spoke, and they may have been handpicked for this purpose all three defended. Derek Carr were Sean Melvin not over the top in his defense. Jordy Nelson a little bit stronger. These strongest voice by far was veteran tight end Lee Smith here he is taking up for Derek Carr on Wednesday. All these reports about this locker room being fractured with Derek Carr is the most obnoxious and ridiculous thing I've heard ever it's to the point to where it's comical and laughable that I'm even sitting here talking about it, regardless of what face he makes after a tackle or or what everybody wants to dive into and wear him out about attacking his character attacking him as a leader on this football team is a joke. Smith also addressed the specific question of whether or not Derek Carr is affected by the reports that have emerged. Here's what Smith had to say. Human beings. We're not robots. Okay. He's he's he's got a one five record as a starting quarterback for the Oakland Raiders that's hard enough on him much less. You know? No him warn about his two sons happening to see an article that he's not tough. I mean, it's ridiculous. So of course, it's bothering him. He's human I'm human. I don't want people. Bashing me all over the internet for my friends and family to see you know, so. One last thing on this Cristie Kerr addressed reporters yesterday, he had already engaged this issue on Twitter claiming that he didn't cry when he injured his arm against the Seahawks in London. And he said yesterday, I broke my back. I broke my ankle I didn't cry then my trainer texted me some pictures of making the same face. So I guess I cry when I trained to and that's what this all comes from the video that shows him making that pain face that the kids make when they're like crying and sobbing, and it just was kind of odd. But that's been the thing that that was locked onto Marcus Thompson, the second of the athletic is evidence of the raiders players losing faith in Derek Carr. And here we go we've got three guys defending him forty nine have yet to be heard from. I have a feeling we'll be hearing from from more of them as time goes by. But unless this report was completely and totally fabricated. You've got to believe there's something there from someone who was willing to speak without putting their name to it. Yeah. I definitely there's got to be. Something there. Yes. Degree with that. I'm not gonna question Derek cards toughness again. I mean, he was miked up for the game two years ago. Right. When they lost the are. They were the Indianapolis Colts. And he broke his leg during that game. And we got to here in live action. And I mean, he handled it like a man for lack of a better phrase. Okay. He was tough football player. He literally was like, oh, it's broke. It's broke my leg. It's broke. I mean, that's what he did. He didn't cry for that. Okay. Yeah. He makes his face when he winces together. I don't know what to say. Yeah. Okay. Looks a little crybaby ish, but he's not crying. And I'll second this just on the defensive Derek Carr. I've been out there for training camp. A few times in Oakland over the last few years and the Derek Kara. And I just I have a hard time believing that the players don't like Derek Carr or don't trust in him. I mean, he's really got a great way about him. He loves football watching them through practice. Like, I did the team as as a whole seems to respect him, and like his energy and what he brings to the table. So again, I think that's where I question did this come from the players are did this come from the coaches who are not happy with something there. I think that's the big thing. I would like to know at the end of the day, just what faction of the organization it came from because I feel like if it was from the players Marcus Thompson would've quoted as a player on the team who wanted to go with Nana Mus. But that's not said here, and just you know, reading the tea leaves, and makes me believe that it came from somebody else, and it came from somebody else, then that's going to be a big issue. Why is that a big issue of it came from somebody else? And are you suggesting it came from Jon Gruden? Well, I'm just suggesting that maybe it came from any coach or maybe somebody in the front office or something like that. And it just goes into sometimes of what perception can become reality in a real hurry in the NFL. I've known that I've experienced that. And yes, when it's different from when the players might be saying something and question it when the coaches are saying something like that usually their minds already made up, and they've already put him in that box of all he's not tough, and he whimpers, and he doesn't lead the way, and you really can't even get out of that box. Once you get put there. So that's where I would say, it's just a interesting conversation. And I wish Marcus Thompson, the second would let us know at least that part of it. Did it come real player or did it come from another anonymous source within the organization, and here's the quote that? I think raised the most eyebrows. From the article written by Marcus Thompson, the second of the. Athletic. They saw his face. They heard his whimper. They witnessed him explain on the sidelines. They assuredly watched it again in film session. It's hard to see how Derek Carr can lead this team again, so strong stuff, and they get an opportunity on Sunday when the cults come to town to lead to follow to galvanize the team around and behind Derek Carr, and I don't see a middle ground here. Chris come out and score thirty five against the colts. Or it's going to be like it was in London where they get beat twenty seven to three. Yeah. Well, I mean, you would think they could move the ball on this defense. It's young. It's got some talent certainly, but it's it's a work in progress that whole team, and you would you would like to think that they can move the ball to degree and this'll be a Colin Cooper anymore. Now, he cannot he's going to have to find other ways. But you know, what he hasn't been looking for Amari Cooper, either. Because he fell out in love with Derek Carr or the offense or I don't know what happened there, but guys like Martavis, Brian and Jordi Nell. Jason those are the guys that Derek Carr. Looks do more on a consistent basis, then Amari Cooper. And I think that's why they got him out the door and marshawn Lynch also on injured reserve with a groin injury. So some challenges for the raiders offense as they try to turn this thing around and play playoffs are out of the question. And also when you're dismantling the roster, you feel like maybe there isn't all that strong of a desire to win games. Anyway. So a long way to go for the raiders this year, and it's been a long season in this could end up being the last one they play in Oakland. When return Cam Newton in the Panthers. Overcame a seventeen point deficit last week against Philadelphia. 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"lee smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"lee smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"League my whole life. Life. Louis get it. I have to I have to ask this question. And I I don't know Lee Smith. Seems like a real nice guy throwback. Yeah. Watch him. Okay. Is that where the raiders are out right now that he's like the Representative like he's the one speaking like, isn't it usually your higher profile the that are out there speaking, and it just it seems odd to me that Lee Lee Smith, speaking half, the people that are listening to the show. Don't know who at least with is. He's not at standout player. It's solid player blocking. Yeah. Exactly. It seems like a nice guy. I don't know him. But usually like. Who's left? It would be. It'd be no, well, it wouldn't be Mark Cubin. He never spoke. Anyway, he's very I remember never spoke. I remember interviewing him on the first training camp be at it was like, dude, I got like two minutes out of this. Couple of minutes for the raiders game show for all he wasn't gonna talk. So, you know, who would be, you know, who would resonate speak, but Marchand got up there and said, you know, what? We're with this guy. He's with us. Leader a bunch of BS people have to beeps because it's Marsha. But like if marshawn got up there, and we know he doesn't really want to deal with the media either. But if that if he did if he'd said. You know, I don't know where it's coming from. Because it ain't coming from us. This is our guy, and we're in it together, we suck right now. Or whatever you want to say, but but none of that stuff. You guys are thrown out. There is true. We still believe in him that crying crap whatever something, but you know, when it comes from Smith, and again, I hate to say it because he said he seems like a nice guy, and I do like the way plays like the way as fits whatever. But it's just you want to hear from one of the. But then I started thinking, well who is that guy? Do they have that? We'll be on marshawn like you said who's on. I r so he doesn't have to speak, and he may not be around exactly who who has credibility anymore. I don't know. I get MAC did Cooper never talked. The biggest star. I think we're talking. I can't remember who he had on the show yesterday. We were talking about the raiders in a couple of years will need a star to put on a billboard. When they go to Vegas. Let's gonna be Gruden will be good. I mean, that's who that's the guy. He's their Star News the face of the franchise, right? I mean, he can sit up here. All he wants and say there's no problem in the locker room. But that's what your coach is going to say. Like, you said it's gotta be a player with credibility with the fans and media to stand up again like you said nothing against Lee Smith, it's just it's got to be whoever their highest profile player at this point. Is it might be Rodney Hudson or collect Yosemite or might be an offensive lineman because they've got so much youth. Every you know everywhere else, there's not a defensive guy. I don't think you could stand up there and say that because they haven't played well enough on that side of the ball. I mean. If we're talking about the forty Niners, and this was happening. It would have to be a Richard Sherman. It would have to be the equivalent of that guy to say, there's no problems. But if you have to say something a locker room, there's a problem. I don't doubt at all that that they're like what the hell. The thing. That's weird about this. Just in general what's going on in the league right now? Football didn't use to do this baseball would would would do a complete rebuild would would tear down to the studs basketball has done it over the last number of years. Football didn't football didn't make a bunch of trade guy during this. You didn't trade a bunch of guys that the giants traded Damien Harrison Harrison today the defensive lineman snacks. He's a good run stuffer to the Detroit Lions these teams the giants. The raiders look. I don't care what anybody calls it Gruden will never say it they're tanking, and as you, and I have talked about it doesn't do any good unless you're trying to do it for salary cap purposes to get different and better players in there from draft position standpoint. There is no proof that having the first pick versus the fourth pick versus the six thick is any different or any better. It just doesn't exist. You can get better. You can get players anywhere within the first round or any of the first number of rounds. It just doesn't matter. So it it doesn't do you any good to have those higher picks? It does maybe in the NBA there's proof but not in the NFL. This is just weird. And if I'm a fan, let's him a raiders fan and I bought season tickets. I'm pissed. You didn't get MAC you sold me a Bill goods Jon Gruden. And now I'm sitting here in this is the crap that I got go with in. My tickets are worth us. I can't turn around and sell this stock. It's garbage. You're right. Hell if you, but if you bought Vegas tickets, you're wondering Ryan, hanging wait until you're three you're one might not be very good. I have friends who bought Niners raiders tickets at the beginning of the season. They're not happy there. They can resell palm. Now. Hi. Are we ready for the World Series coming up at about five oh nine and a few of the things we're gonna hit between now? And then by the way, we're gonna head over to ten fifty then and we got a bunch of interviews to they're going to run in the six o'clock hour. So if you don't wanna listen to the World Series. That's cool is going to be here. And then we'll be over ten fifty only here on these sports leader.

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West Nile In Michigan: 8 Human Cases, 1 Death Confirmed

24 Hour News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

West Nile In Michigan: 8 Human Cases, 1 Death Confirmed

"Three developing at least one Wayne County resident is dead after contracting. West Nile virus WW j.. Health reporter Dr Deanna lights joining us live and local with, the. Latest Deanna Jason here's. What we know we have eight confirmed human cases of, West Nile. Virus one death, like you mentioned this happened to a resident. Of burying county one resident of Kent County got the virus one resident of Oakland County and, five residents of wayne county including the death all but one of the individuals have been hospitalized with neurologic disease in addition to the eight human cases three michigan blood donors have had west nile virus detected in their blood it's very important to protect yourself from moscow bites so when you're outdoors make sure where insect repellent make sure and cover your body long sleeved shirts pants and socks get rid of any standing water around your backyard that's where mosquitoes tend to breed and avoid being outside between dusk and john that's when mosquitos are most active from the delta dental health desk dr deanna lights w w j newsradio nine

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Health officials warn of possible hepatitis A exposure

24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Health officials warn of possible hepatitis A exposure

"So if you're out at, the dream cruise today or. Any other large event you should keep in mind you wanna, protect yourself from certain viruses w w J's Zara Hoover has the story interaction with large groups of people increases the risk of spreading hepatitis a which, is currently on the rights are. Shift an opportunity right as more people come together if, someone is sick from hepatitis a. maybe spreading it but we don't want people to. Not get out and enjoy these because of that and that's why we just wanted, to remind people that, it's, there and. You know washing hands is very very very important when we're out we, end Stafford with the Oakland County health division. Says, you can protect yourself from Hepi through vaccination also although there have, been no human cases of the West Nile. Virus it is present in mosquitos in Oakland County you can. Use insect repellent to prevent yourself from getting

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Aretha Franklin, "Queen of Soul," is dead at 76

John McCulloch

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Aretha Franklin, "Queen of Soul," is dead at 76

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Pennsylvania report to detail decades of sexual abuse by priests

Rush Limbaugh

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Pennsylvania report to detail decades of sexual abuse by priests

"A grand jury report is expected to be. Released in Pennsylvania later this afternoon detailing decades of priest. Sexual misconduct with minors and six of Pennsylvania's diocese more than three hundred predator priests are expected to, be identified in the report, making it one of, the largest single collections. Of sex abuse worldwide Detroit Archbishop Allen vigor on tells Paul W the Detroit church. Has specific protocols in place to. Deal with allegations of abuse and has personally. Affected by the scandal I have heard. Things that are just awful And I I continue to actually personally. Do penance and atonement for these awful things I apologize to anybody who has been affected I am so very sorry, and and I know, I speak on behalf of all my brother priests

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Should Dale Murphy be in the hall of fame?

Marty and McGee

04:22 min | 2 years ago

Should Dale Murphy be in the hall of fame?

"Straight. Talk brought to you by straight talk wireless, best phones, best networks, no contracts. So I'll said, so the guest we're efforting is right Thompson, who has a phenomenal piece in ESPN the magazine this week about Dale Murphy and how there's this whole generation, particularly in the southeast who believes domer- for should be in the hall of fame. The baseball hall of fame induction ceremony is Sunday. It'll be Jack Morris, Alan Trammell Vladimir Guerrero who mentioned earlier who would be wiffle ball player. Jim Thome who'd had a can o Jim Thome e who should be on everyone's all time. Looks like you should be on your softball league team Griffin, rip Chipper Jones. And Trevor Hoffman. And we're in the funny Marty when you get to certain age, it's like the guys you watch their entire career another. Yeah, it makes me feel really old. Like what those guys are going in. The hall of fame, right? Trevor Hoffman was the I was he liked the first real closer. I guess maybe Dennis Eckersley might have been the first real closer, but Hoffman was at the guy that I remember that came in and just therm nothing but smoke. Yeah, and but then like got crafty and he's of the group. He's probably the most is numbers are crazy, but of the group. He's the one that people seem to have the most reservations about, but he was there man like there was who else were the lease? Myth lease myth hall of fame, John rocker, John rocker. John rocker lasted a second, wasn't he closer though? He was starter was who's closer goose Gossage hit Googlers. Goose was the first goose was the first one of my life that was just was like just came. Just came in throwing smoke and. Yeah, but those closers were the best, but then but then you had the guys that were like great and then weren't so great. Like Bruce, Bruce suitor closer, Billy Wagner. Billy Wagner was the man son? Yeah, Billy Wagner grew up near me. He's from tazewell Virginia. Went to Fareham college. The little teeny, tiny Fareham college, of course, Moran Rivera, but goose was the one hour reduces the one that came along and I thought and then other ones, though there's some other ones that are scaping me right now that. When unique personalities when we look like maybe not kids. But as we were getting on towards high school college, they were some guys, I'll think of it as we go. I'm still working on joslin. Trying to think. Francisco rodriguez. I mean lease myth, I love Lee Smith lease. Myth is a really good call man. He's tall. Yeah, right. Eckersley was the guy probably though. Yeah, see. I'm so old armor when he was was a decent starter, but. Why didn't he? Yeah, you break. I want to Braise about small malts basically two different careers, which is wise in the hall of fame so. So bring up del Murphy because of the peace right Thompson road and full disclosure, I'm sitting in my office right now with a framed portrait of del Murphy, like standing in front of the American flag, holding his golden glove. And so, yeah, if you grew up in the part of the world we did and this is the super station era. And I, I knew so much about the cubs and the Braves, both because you watch them on television every day. You watch cubs in the morning. Watch brazen night. I went to a cubs cubs Braves game one time with the church youth groups that with girl, and I thought she would be impressed at my overwhelming knowledge of both teams and all scare. I mean, because if you watch both of those teams every single day all summer long, you know, every summer of youth it became will you know when Rafael Ramirez the plate and I'm going well, you know, he really struggles on so. And so or about Bob Horner. Yeah. Bob Horner, Jeff, Treadway Jeff Treadway. Wow. Cam Zane Smith?.

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"lee smith" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"lee smith" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"How long miss california she's going to be representative lee smith is her name jillian jillian smith yeah how long did playboy stay go without without nudes four or five months maybe i don't know actually maybe longer than that but yeah they're they're back because that's what they're known for stick with what you're known for mis kentucky oh didn't have one chicken kentucky i'm just taking a quick look at the contest oh my goodness shaming all over the place i please misconduct rough on he doesn't even have a mike and of them did he thought he did speaking of ways to pay off your college loans i guess you know a pageant would be one of those there's a new game show do you watch tv i do they're gonna do a game show called paid off it premieres tonight it's a question and answer type show contestants are young adults in their late twenties early thirties who are who have significant i don't know how much they have to have but they have to have significant student loans and instead of prize of the show rewards them by paying off their loans the producers were actually looking into paying off the loan with the creditors directly yeah because i was gonna ask what do they have to pay taxes on this that's the problem with that they're saying logistics and tax implications got too complicated so they are just going to cut a check to the winner the winner i guess what we responsible for the taxes and i would probably not be obligated to actually pay their loans off the problem with people is that we don't do the right thing like you go on this show to pay off your loans and then you get a check for twenty thousand dollars and you go oh man i have these other things that i could go on vacation i'm going to buy that car well that's what they do with the college money in the first place from some of the stories i hear yeah yeah oh i just got my check for tuition going to kabul by so what's the competition is trivial you know it's saying question and answer it doesn't really say what the questions are about maybe it's you know did you learn enough in college for us to pay that offer you the show is self aware they're actually hoping it does raise awareness of the problem that you know they're saying there's something like over a trillion dollars in student loan debt in america right now the host is saying it's an absurd show to match an absurd crisis a game show feels really apt because this is the state of things right now i know what we're doing is a little ridiculous but no.

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"lee smith" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"lee smith" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"And think tankers discussing the iran deal based almost entirely on information we told them they were saying things that validated what we had given them to save this is exactly what lee smith dug up at the tablet dot com it is this operation is writing about that i'm sharing with you here it is this operation that ended up being the trial run for obama using the intelligence community to basically write whatever they wanted written about trump and russia and collusion when they found out how easy it was to plant total bs with the media and have them write it without even trying to verify about the iran deal they figured they had these people in the palm of their hands this was the proving ground two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen this was what was in place when it was time to enact the trump russia collusion operation featuring endless leaks from intelligence people to the media unverified uncorroborated media didn't check anything just printed it continue to do those things to this day and when the obama administration found how easy this was because these reporters on average at twenty seven years old and don't know anything plus he knows they're all sycophants is reporters love obama these reporters wanna be thought of and great ways by obama these reporters want obama to know them they want to be on obama's mind these reporters one ovambo to be thinking of them so there are a bunch of sycophants and suck ups and they were printing whatever roads and the state department gave them about the iran deal and that's how you ended up thinking that it was a big deal that it was going to stop the iranians and getting nuclear weapons that the european allies had signed onto with the iranians had signed onto an is nothing but a gigantic scam it worked so well that that ben rhodes and people in the obama administration could not stop bragging about how easily it was to execute to the new york times back in just a moment you find concentrated undiluted liberalism you misery.

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"lee smith" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"lee smith" Discussed on WRVA

"This is exactly what lee smith dug up at the tablet dot com it is this operation is writing about that i'm sharing with you here it is this operation that ended up being the trial run for obama using the intelligence community to basically write whatever they wanted written about trump and russia and collusion when they found out how easy it was to plant total s with the media and have them write it without even trying to verify about the iran deal they figured they had these people in the palm of their hands this was the proving ground two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen this was what was in place when it was time to enact the trump russia collusion operation featuring endless leaks from intelligence people to the media unverified uncorroborated media didn't check anything just printed it continue to do those do those things to this day and when the obama administration found how easy this was because these reporters on average at twenty seven years old and don't know anything plus he knows they're all sycophants is reporters love obama these reporters want to be thought of in great ways by obama these reporters want obama to know them they want to be on obama's mind these reporters want obama to be thinking of them so there are a bunch of sycophants and suck ups and they were printing whatever roads and the state department gave them about the iran deal and that's how you ended up thinking that it was a big deal that it was going to stop the iranians from getting nuclear weapons that the european allies had signed onto with the iranians had signed onto it is nothing but a gigantic scam it works so well that that ben rhodes and people in the obama administration could not stop bragging about how easily it was to execute to the new york times back in just a little you find concentrated undiluted liberalism you find.

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"lee smith" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"lee smith" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And one of the greatest illustrations of that was an intelligence community official leaked to adam entities that the russians had succeeded in shutting down a power grid in vermont that had caused a damn in vermont to go nuts and much damage occurred and the guy ran with the story he didn't once call anybody in vermont to find out what the hell this was about he didn't check with anybody about the electrical grid in vermont just printed the story and it turns out it was all made up there was not a say there wasn't an electric grid failure in vermont much less at the hands of the russians and there was no problem at any damn now we know this from a lee smith column at tablet dot com done great work near on this there were also another obama administration attempt at using the media prior to that so after they had the trial run with the iran nuclear deal they implemented the exact same thing in the trump russia collusion story an atom and this again was at the top of the food chain being fed a bunch of leaks supposedly tying trump and russia together in collusion to steal the election and it went on for a year and the reporters simply regurgitated everything they were told that even try to corroborate the accepted the steele dossier is factual evidence and what was remarkable about it in a number of ways was it wasn't that long ago it was the intelligence community that the media and the american left despised they hated the cia if you're not old enough to remember the american left american liberalism has for my entire life until recently blamed the c i a for all of america's problems around the world they believe the cia was overthrowing duly elected governments in central american they thought the cia was corrupting the political process in nation after nation both in the southern hemisphere in central and south america and in europe they just despise the cia and for obama to come in and convert this to where american reporters would accept what ever they were told by anybody in the intelligence community and not even trying to corroborate it was a massive reversal and so that's what happened you remember the.

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Buffalo Bills sign former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback AJ McCarron

News, Traffic and Weather

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Buffalo Bills sign former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback AJ McCarron

"A lot of free agent signings to tell us all right this afternoon buffalo bills agreed to terms on a two year deal with quarterback aj mccarron who played with the bengals quarterback tom savage agrees to a two year contract with the saints he'll replace chase daniel's as the saints backup to drew brees daniela will side with the chicago bears the raiders resigned blocking tight and lee smith jordy nelson cut by.

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"lee smith" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"lee smith" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The and we now have a pretty good idea thanks to a great piece that ran yeah on a on a website last week written by lee smith tablet dot com i'm gonna take a break when a comeback but basically it's this this entire campaign of using intelligence sources from the deep state coordinating with members of the media to leak news that does not exist and have it reported as fact even though there's no evidence in the trump campaign that was not the first time it was it was done obama did it during the negotiations on the iran deal using a reporter from both the washington post in the atlantic by the name of antennas espn adam antennas ent o u s essentially they did a dry run to see if they could manipulate people from the intel community could manipulate the media to do their bidding obama was spying on domestic opponents of the iran nuke deal the same way they spied on mike flynn get a warrant for actual foreign agents and then use those surveillance tapes to over here americans that these targets were talking to and then unmasking them i'll have the details when we get back but fox the bottom line is that this entire trump russia collusion story is a creation of the obama organizing for action or organizing for america community organizing technique policy what have you it is an entire opposition research effort it is not intelligence there was no trump collusion with russia the whole thing's been made up and the key to having it work was succeeding in creating an alliance between deep state intelligence officials spies and getting media to unquestioningly report everything they were fed back in.

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"lee smith" Discussed on WBEN

WBEN

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"lee smith" Discussed on WBEN

"Ongoing investigation into possible trump russia election conclusion this also from this book russian roulette by issakov and david corn so what is all of this what is the tactic what's the technique how did they perfect it and we now have a pretty good idea thanks to a great piece that ran on a on a website last week written by lee smith tablet dot com i'm going to take a break when a comeback but basically it's this this entire campaign of using intelligence sources from the deep state coordinating with members of the media to leak news that does not exist and have it reported as fact even though there's no evidence in the trump campaign that was not the first time it was it was done obama did it during the negotiations on the iran deal using a reporter from both the washington post in the atlantic by the name of emphasis espn adam antennas ent o us essentially they did a dry run to see if they could manipulate people from the intel community could manipulate the media to do their bidding obama was spying on domestic opponents of the iran nuke deal the same way they spied on mike flint and get a warrant for actual foreign agents and then use those surveillance tapes to over here americans that these targets were talking to and then unmasking them i'll have the details when we get back but fox the bottom line is that this entire trump russia collusion story is a creation of the obama organizing for action or organizing for america community organizing technique policy what have you it is an entire opposition research effort it is not intelligence there was no trump collusion with russia the whole thing's been made up and the key to having it work was succeeding in creating an alliance between deep state intelligence officials spies and getting media to unquestioningly report everything they were fed back in a moment rush limbaugh one way on the network.

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"lee smith" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"lee smith" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It was to talk about fusion gps vat was the story that day not the dossier not the details not whether the media should release did not all of those things not even russia this story that day was the revelation that this dossier was the work of fusion gps so it started that day for us here on the larry o'connor show and we've continued in last week we had lee smith who is writing a tablet about glen simpson of fusion gps and his testimony and and we right up until yesterday when we have sarah carter to give us the latest that she has learned about this and what's going on with these investigations and now we've reached this day a day where we hear congressman saying thing it's about this mammoth saying things about the terrifying nature of our government and what happened at the hands of barack obama in using surveillance it was purely authorize but it was under the guise that we would allow the government to do this to stop international terrorist for murdering us at that loophole in our constitution was exploited to attack donald trump and his campaign by the democrats that's what we're.

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