6 Burst results for "Marchan"
"marchan" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Free to finish off this podcast with a discussion of both the atlantic division. Can you be more pacific as we say in the atlantic will start with the boston bruins. Nick felino thomas. No sec Eric khawla derek. Forward taylor hall are- signs questions about to a rask. Lena's ullmark is in He'll be the battery with jeremy. Swimming your thoughts on what the boston bruins have done. The ullmark thing kind of threw me a bit and it made me wonder a bit what they think about the future of rask because they really think highly of swimming to the point where they were willing to move later. Of course to calgary. There was no way i would have predicted the all mark. Move that that one really surprised me know boston. They did a lot of really interesting things. They got a lot of really good players. I thought it pretty good value. You know i think. They were really disappointed in their forward depth last year. And they got a lot of guys who can really help with that. And i like the riley mike riley signing two. So now the questions i have is know. What are they going to do at second line center. And what are they gonna do with jake debrusk. Because last year debrusk aleph shot played on the right side are the gonna put him back on the left side and say okay. This is your time again for another shot. Or are they gonna move them. There's a marchan and a hall in front of him on the left side though. That's the problem. Yes so. I agree with that. But i think he wants to play the left side. So what's boston gonna do there again. I think it's really fascinating. You don't have krejci anymore. And we know we have one more year of bergereon and then we'll see like i wonder if they're looking around the league at centers and saying this is our next guy. This is going to be our target. This is the guy we're going to go after to be atop to center here. That's what i'm wondering about. Boston is gonna go forward this year. And i like some of the moves they made. I really did. I think they're going to be a tough team to handle. But i also wonder if one of the things that don swings doing right now is with the whole from krejci and the uncertain future of burs iran. I wonder is boston next big move. Its next center. You surprised by david. Krejci pack it up no i. I'll give chris johnston credit. We were talking about this day of free agency off camera and he told me heard that this was a potential scenario. He said that he heard that. I guess like there's some people in this family that only speak check and there's others that only speak english and it was important that they all learn to communicate with each other and be around each other and that turned out to be totally true now is found is gonna go overseas and you know get to know each other and i i i can't i respect like. How can you have a problem with that. But nine hundred sixty two games dude. He's got a thousand on the horizon. Deny you know what the way families way. More typical bruin we before me. I would just like to say this. I'm really gonna miss him. Underrated blunt quote. Like if i asked him a question about something. I was getting an honest answer. I really liked dealing with she allied. I really did as i always say about. David criteria like not the fastest guy with their by any stretch of the imagination. You know when he was on the ice he was generally one of if not these slowest but he found room sort of right behind the puck to exist and found creativity. There he to me. He was one of the most fascinating players in the league fridge because he didn't try to catch up to anybody. He tried to figure out a way to play in that little that little vacuum behind the bullet as i always like to say about david craig. That's where he learned to play and for that reason to me he was one of the most fascinating guys in the league. He never tried to be fast. He just tried to play in that little pocket right there and for my money. There was no one better at doing that. Up david krejci man was up agree man. Was he good buffalo sabres. We mentioned jack eichel A little bit earlier. We did an entire podcast with doctor. Chad press mac which we thank everyone for listening to you. I just want to say. I appreciate all the comments. Good and bad there were same. There were a lot of people who liked it. There are a lot of people who didn't like it. I read as many as i could. And i will say this. I wanted to say thank you because there were a lot of people that whether it was on twitter in my dm's they added more layers to the story. People brought up things like insurance. Which i think is an excellent one that i wished i would have asked. I heard from some people who'd had disc replacements or fusion and they gave their points of view about their experiences like sometimes it happens in the business. Jeff where you know you report something and then more information comes out. This was one of those situations where we did this interview and there were more perspectives and questions. That came to me. And i wanted to say i really appreciated them because i heard from people who had these procedures before and they weighed in. I heard from people who said why. Don't you ask about the insurance. I i wish. I would have thought of it like i was kicking myself after. 'cause know money does drive a lot of these decisions sheriff. There was one thing. I wanted to mention so the sabers have a really good surgeon. He does the bills and the sabres name. Is dr andrew cappuccino and you know. There were some people who asked me. Why didn't you bring up a doctor. Cappuccinos own history because he has done some disc replacements before and the reason we didn't do that is because i felt very strongly that if we were going to allow eagle's perspective to be told here i didn't want to be guest meeting or speculating on other people's motives. Dr cappuccino to this point. Hasn't spoken or the sabers doctors haven't spoken. I didn't think it was fair to comment on their motives. This was some people said it was buying vehicle will of course it was. It was guy explaining the case. But i just didn't think it was right to speculate on dr cappuccinos motives or hearsay of his comments without him there. But i wanted to say that. I really appreciate all the feedback positive. Negative and i wanted to thank all the people who shared stories of their own experiences with either surgeries. 'cause i know a lot more about it now so wanted to say thanks. Same would elliott. Just said i echo echo chamber on that one. How much does the peter.
"marchan" Discussed on The NBA Show
"It. It's like oh my god. What the strange. That's not cool. It doesn't happen in normal life. Kinda strange. I don't know like every do do you bet. I think there's a lot of people who work in the nba to like not be around their families and stuff so it's a little complicated but he he he's broken norms and he's also broken rules as well like not talking to the media and stuff and there's no it's it's it's interesting kyri to me is like a lotta people now root for him because of that. That's the part that is that is interesting. I think what. Cairo is and i was. I was watching his breakfast. Live interview with jay z. And he was talking about cognac. And i see a lot of similarities between cayenne and and kyrie but what he said about kanye was very interesting. jay z. He said kanye is the guy that runs over the hill without even thinking and sometimes he needs people to he has great intentions runs over here to see what's up and then to advance the culture. But sometimes he needs help from his people riley. sometimes he he runs over to shit. That was real. I need help. That was real. But i think what kyrie and connie to a certain extent to a certain extent. Not like the the political canyon. I talk about him when i'm talking about is. He is one of those people that puts the mirror to the establishment and shows a lot of their flaws right. He might not be right in a lot of the things that he does. I don't fully agree with what kyrie does in terms of what the media and stuff and maybe the flatter theory but when he talks about some things with the media he puts a mirror of lag a lot of our flaws man in a lot of like when he talks about when someone acts like yo was lebron. Father figure to you. It's like bro. Are you serious i have. I have a dad but that was somebody who asked him that question. It's like what do you mean you taking away a lot of things and when when you read about it's funny because in that disruptor article that you read he's it's it doesn't seem like when you read the article it doesn't seem like career guy reasons like asking questions he's like okay. Well i don't know. I feel a little uncomfortable. Going into the bubble right. I just feel a little uncomfortable. What's going on and he's asking he's asking these questions about this establishment and. I think you need people like that now. Mr earth latte in my opinion. No it's not like it's scientifically a flat. But i think earth flashing is a really interesting so i think and i think that makes people it uses him in his uses people. Use that as a way to say stupid and exact current you always taking trump thing that he said it's a diving which is not true. I think it gets brought up. It's been so many years. It was a dump conspiracy theory he's had and it gets brought up like time that he does brought us. I'm saying and i think there's this thing when you talk about the difference in like okay kyri some stupid shit. Also he was like twenty four twenty five. That's not excusing a lot of things. But also like steph curry said some stupid shit to and along the same lines but steph every time and it's not. I don't know what this is and steph is smart and all that thing but like the difference in the evening was fake. That's the difference is like here's why was. Why was there win. I stanley kubrick shot at on the back live. But like i think because like steph by large media darling likes to step and you know steph. He's going to give you some love doesn't call into question the purpose and motivation right. Does he have those feelings towards of media. Like i'd imagine so maybe right but because kyri one on this full like fight against media crusade. I think that he's also he's it makes it easy for the media because we're all we all got feelings bro. Like if somebody's shit talks. We're gonna we're gonna build some type away and i feel like the media. General takes a lot of shots that kyrie because it app. That the what he said in that quote in a way. That steph doesn't get in steph. Said some stupid shit too. And it's okay and he apologized for his stupid shit whereas cairo's like all right. Fuck just kept moving. And he doesn't talk to the media. And i think that you see that a way we kind of out. If you don't talk to us we come in for. Alas we come in for it and so you start to see that with kyrie's because he does he thumbs his nose up at us and we're like yeah all right and use against him you see the kyrie media thing any any differently now with what happened with no soccer It's i think. I see a lot of similarities. Honestly where it's like. It's funny 'cause around the same time. Both of them ex. The crowds that were they. Were going up against earth. They ask the contingency of the people that were going to be at an event not to be racist or not to be or axiom. Kyri that the fans not to be racist. And i only said i'm going through mental health issues. I just can't physically speak during this time right. I can't do this. And both entities literally went in on those athletes The media or the establishment at the french open was like well. You need to go to the media. She said she was going to pay all the fines. But apparently that wasn't enough right so she became a story in itself and everything. She tried to fight against or try to prepare herself against happened to her forcing her to leave everything. That kyri when he said yeah. I don't i just don't want like some races shit to happen to me. When i go to boston. I praise play like i just wanna hoop two days later. Shake gets thrown at him as he's trying to get off the floor and he's all they want is their agency they just want to be able to play the sport they love right without all the mental strife that goes along with it any extra mental strife and i feel like someone asks you if i ask you like chris yeoman i just don't like i don't like i don't like the way you did that or i don't like with the tunnel you call say chris call me low and i don't like being called low low. I mean chris. I don't like being called low. Can you stop calling me that. I would think that chris would tell me crispy. I won't call you that. You don't like me call that for sure And we will be. But there's there's not that same respect. I don't think that's to these athletes right. Like i mean this. This gets back to what we were talking about like what happens. What happens to our relationship collectively to sports If we start sort of taking away some of the more like like problematic but also passionate aspects of it you know what i mean and this is like people in crowds together. After a long time not being together drinking watching a game and letting their lake stuff get away from them. And that happens with popcorn westbrook. It happens waterfalls kyri. It happens with people yelling about trae. Young's hairline you know what i mean like it's like where is the line obvious lines. But where's all fun and games. Where is what sports needs to still be that lake cauldron of passion. That makes us talk about it all day long and think about it all night like that that that is why sports is like outside important. Not only to us but to societies. Because this is this canvas all of our emotions. Go on and what happens. When we're like without doubt emotion and not that emotion. I agree with you. I agree that like kyri is making incredibly normal points. These saying that's a stupid question that you just asked me or are you saying like i'd rather not racially abused when i go to this gym like those are all things that humans should definitely be able to point out. But i'm saying like it's really fascinating to watch where we're at curious to have this conversation with you guys in like three years and see what what basketball is like and know located so funny that you brought up that that childhood. Memory of of the raiders game. 'cause it's like we're having this conversation. Football is not like that. No not at all not at all. It's funny because it was so we're talking about that. And i'm leaving stig about the different. You talk brought a football. And i'm thinking the difference in how we cover How in the moment we covered like marchan or even kyrie. You don't arrest and all these guys that don't wanna talk but like we celebrate. Pop does it all. 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"marchan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"See if national can get over that hump in the next extra. I think there's some similarities. To what national did well in this game to what they'll need to do well against the crew which they gotta take away the center of the field and when they played well. They took that away from toronto. Fc like twenty minute span from about the fifteenth minutes of the thirty fifth. Trying to sort of move them around a little bit sort of pushing them side to side with more so than that vertical and got into the gaps and once they were there once they moved the ball quickly they got goalscoring opportunities trying to put put national on their heels and natural could not get out of it it was dax mccarty picking up the ball from the back line and just hitting hopeful passes that were intercepted and there was right back down their throat. That's what they have to avoid against the crew but come on affair hit us up with this stat. Hit the whole world via twitter. And he's a legend. Everybody knows him from. Us soccer days all up and down that pyramid with us. Soccer as well as with the rapids. Gary smith teams are now six one in the illest cup playoffs. Five single elimination notes. A small sample size. I know it's cup winner in that Colorado rapids seem runway at level numbers. Right like this style pragmatic make sure your back line. Make sure the foundation is good. Get a couple moments rear march marchan. That's worked for. Gary smith will keep working. We shall find out but for the second straight show. We're talking to dax mccarty. That's just the way it works when they win. Dax comes on extra time. Let's take a listen. We grow back to break it down with nashville and finish off trying to see and cindy off into the night. Or if you're listening to the day wherever you're going today. Tnt five g call to the field once again. we're talking to dax mccarty once again nashville as c. Are victorious once again once again once again and i don't even know what to say anymore. Well done congratulations. How does it feel. Thanks guys feels wonderful. Obviously it's one thing to. I think when a playoff game at home with in front of some of your fans and in in playing another expansion team and maybe jump on top of them obviously they had. They were missing some players. But it's a whole nother thing together to to come play in my estimation probably the best if not second best. I bet whatever team. Emily us for the past five years in terms of consistency in terms of championship mentality In terms of just overall quality are league has seen to come in and win the game on the road against them and just win the game but in my opinion like ba- fully deserved to win the game is is a statement from us. And i'm really proud of so you said it right there i think bass you come into this building unexpected goals you dominated this game on regular goals. You also won this game. You always believe you're to win. Did you see it playing out this way. Yeah honestly we did. We knew that they were such a good team. We knew that they were going to have their opportunities. And we knew that we were going to have to be really sharp. Take advantage of our opportunities. If we're gonna win this game. But i think in the first half We may be showed them a little bit too much respect of. We didn't trust them as well as we wanted to. But that's also down to how good of a team they are. I mean guys. Like way. Alo- josie in michael they just they run you ragged. If you're pressing isn't good enough so doha's massive save in the first half kept us in a game second half rolls around we start to just wrestle control of the game and just start creating chance after chance in once. We were doing that. I was really confident. We were going to get a goal. And i just didn't win. That was gonna be walk me through the game plan because we've talked on this show and everybody has really about nashville style of play. But you said it. There thought the only time you guys were troubled was when they started picking a ball around and they found the gaps in the middle because they moved you a little bit other than that. You really routed them where one of them to go. It seemed like and then you have chances. Walk us what you expected and what you wanted this game to be. Yeah the first half i think. Got away from us a little bit. I think that like i said we. We showed them a little bit too much respect and they actually They were having too much joy with michael being able to sit in between the centrebacks and pick out passes to guys coming into pockets. Guys like daily on and pas. Waylon were giving trouble. We're getting pushed back on top of our box a little bit too much. I think once we figured out out impress better wants the ball. Went out to one of their centrebacks either my bingo or that was a trigger for us to go step higher up the field me or brian anger in the middle. Try to get a little bit closer to michael and so we really squeeze them so they didn't have any outlets was a really good tactical shift from us in the second half and i've personally that's what it looked like but i felt like they got tired and i felt like as the game went on. We just kept pushing and kept pushing. We kept running and we just wanted to keep putting them under pressure and finally the dam broke. We knew we kept putting pressure on them. We would score. We talked about it a little bit last game. It was the first time you had the three attacking. Dp's on the field together. Thought this game. You saw these chances. But i thought honey mukhtar was really unlocks biwott. Could these can do doesn't get the goal but basically got it for you. What have you seen from him growing into this league and can he be the ten dp that you guys need. Yeah for sure. I think having those two guys out there gives everyone a little bit of a lift and then sometimes you know you can tell that that connection is still growing right. I mean i think it's gonna take a little bit of time for them to get completely on the same page. I think yonder might have to reread. What the off side that were called for back for off side especially the one. I flipped to him. I would have liked assist to go with my goal. But for the most part the bigger difference makers those are y you go out and sign players like that so they can change games and win games through it. I mean we. Obviously people have distract us as a defensive team. And that's fine. We take pride in that. We know that we're going to limit opponents to very few chances game. If are attacking players can just turn screw a little bit and be a little bit more ruthless In in really put other teams to the sword when we create chances like we did. We're going to be really tough team to knock out floss. I know they want to get you out of here. We have to ask you about the crew. You said it there in my mind right now. I'm thinking maybe i was just wrong about the bill. This is more of a slow motion. Crescendo getting big at the end at the right time. What are you seeing columbus. What do you see in the opportunity in front of you. Yeah no no rest for the weary from for my money. One of the best teams in the league over the last five years to what i think is one of the best teams in the league. This year i think that when they have all their bodies healthy columbus is as good as any team in this league. So it's gonna be another huge challenge another huge tasks. We went there earlier this year and be lost. I actually thought didn't play too bad. We just gave up. I think some pretty poor goals in transition so we we respect the hell out of columbus. We know their wealth votes. And they've got difference makers in josse In darlington is a guy that we're going to have to try to limit. But for the most part i think that was still when we were finding a little bit ourselves and trying to find a rhythm. We're a different team now. We are growing in confidence. I think that you guys can see if we can feel it on the field and so we're going to go there. Fully expecting to put them into a really tough game and again try to keep the momentum going and win the game. That's what it's all about. The money time to wins for nashville. Congratulations.
"marchan" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"There is a wonderful movie for you to see right now called radioactive and it stars my guest Rosamund Pike as Madame Curie. . So this is amazing. . Russ welcome. . Welcome to <unk>. . Nice. . It's really really nice to see you I haven't seen you since. . We'll know know exactly when you were pregnant. . So I guess that son is walking around now being five or six years old exactly that he's five and he's he's little stuntmen so. . I've got. . Might follow his mother in some way. . Yes. . He vote him falling through a very big high everyday but. . I won't go into that anyway in in watching this movie, , which is so beautifully done to me. . It's just Marchan <unk> as director and putting what this life is in not at all stodgy bio kick manner. . No, , it's great and I'm looking at you and I'm thinking of your journey first movie bond girl. . End of the day, , I can remember you in that saying this line probably going to get this. Wrong . but it was I know all about you 007. . Sex for, , dinner. . Death for breakfast CEST. . Bang on I, remember , it to. . And now you're Madame Curie. . Yeah this is no other bond girls done this I feel that I could say that. . Madame Curie. . Yes. . No they may we'll try now but it's too late. . This might might be true. . Yes. . She she. . I mean, , yeah, , she was full medical creature I'm glad you picked up on I mean. . I couldn't you couldn't make conventional bio-pic about Madame Curie she was too much of a rebel in a she was unruly element in has she discovered to unruly and she was Nanri element. So . you needed margin <unk> direct with a bit of rock and roll and kind of approach that was going to kind of exploded the promises will she's got that and she's got kind of your mischief. . We know are remember when I first met you I thought well. . She's going to be quite imperious. . You know she's she does stage working the said you're just mad. . Which is which is Great. . Mischief I really love that would be to mischief is a great great word condemn. . Yeah I had a I had a birthday party recently thought was the kind of that was the code of conduct for the Party. . was mischief not s mischief. . As it should be you know even in a pandemic, , but you know I wanna go back to this because again I said this radioactive is not like any bio pic I've seen why is that? ? What attracted you to it? ? You know everybody would say, yes, , , I'd love to play manicured. . There's been a movie made back in the forties we're greer Garson, , and Walter Pidgeon were claimed that but it has that look of okay. . This is regulation they're not there seems like. . In radioactive that all the rules breath. . School is it. . You know it's GonNa. . Be Poked Science. . Oh Woman who you know she she looked navy look at the pictures. . She looks sadly conventional. . She wasn't I mean look the <unk> to cross with her from the Solway conference they'll eminent scientists of the day. . Rees looking very. . Cameron, , you can just see she can't be honest and she's talking to the personal her left and he's absorbed in what is she saying and? ? She just never played by the rules even when it was just sitting still from minute targets photograph taken the knife. . WanNa play this woman. This . does mischief to be had. . And I met my John Nice. . Yes, , she's the right spurious and we can dress this up than people can think we're giving them some chased food period drama. . Deliver you know we explode the be the boundaries and I felt that with anyone. . Who any character who could legitimize you to to flush Ford it would be someone like Mary Carey with her brain, which , would have had an inkling would've had an inkling of what the future could hold with this discovery of the phenomenon of radioactive not so. . It was exciting to me. . And I probably could even. . Could have been pushed found from my case even. .
Rosamund Pike on new movie 'Radioactive'
"There is a wonderful movie for you to see right now called radioactive and it stars my guest Rosamund Pike as Madame Curie. So this is amazing. Russ welcome. Welcome to Nice. It's really really nice to see you I haven't seen you since. We'll know know exactly when you were pregnant. So I guess that son is walking around now being five or six years old exactly that he's five and he's he's little stuntmen so. I've got. Might follow his mother in some way. Yes. He vote him falling through a very big high everyday but. I won't go into that anyway in in watching this movie, which is so beautifully done to me. It's just Marchan as director and putting what this life is in not at all stodgy bio kick manner. No, it's great and I'm looking at you and I'm thinking of your journey first movie bond girl. End of the day, I can remember you in that saying this line probably going to get this. Wrong but it was I know all about you 007. Sex for, dinner. Death for breakfast CEST. Bang on I, remember it to. And now you're Madame Curie. Yeah this is no other bond girls done this I feel that I could say that. Madame Curie. Yes. No they may we'll try now but it's too late. This might might be true. Yes. She she. I mean, yeah, she was full medical creature I'm glad you picked up on I mean. I couldn't you couldn't make conventional bio-pic about Madame Curie she was too much of a rebel in a she was unruly element in has she discovered to unruly and she was Nanri element. So you needed margin direct with a bit of rock and roll and kind of approach that was going to kind of exploded the promises will she's got that and she's got kind of your mischief. We know are remember when I first met you I thought well. She's going to be quite imperious. You know she's she does stage working the said you're just mad. Which is which is Great. Mischief I really love that would be to mischief is a great great word condemn. Yeah I had a I had a birthday party recently thought was the kind of that was the code of conduct for the Party. was mischief not s mischief. As it should be you know even in a pandemic, but you know I wanna go back to this because again I said this radioactive is not like any bio pic I've seen why is that? What attracted you to it? You know everybody would say, yes, I'd love to play manicured. There's been a movie made back in the forties we're greer Garson, and Walter Pidgeon were claimed that but it has that look of okay. This is regulation they're not there seems like. In radioactive that all the rules breath. School is it. You know it's GonNa. Be Poked Science. Oh Woman who you know she she looked navy look at the pictures. She looks sadly conventional. She wasn't I mean look the to cross with her from the Solway conference they'll eminent scientists of the day. Rees looking very. Cameron, you can just see she can't be honest and she's talking to the personal her left and he's absorbed in what is she saying and? She just never played by the rules even when it was just sitting still from minute targets photograph taken the knife. WanNa play this woman. This does mischief to be had. And I met my John Nice. Yes, she's the right spurious and we can dress this up than people can think we're giving them some chased food period drama. Deliver you know we explode the be the boundaries and I felt that with anyone. Who any character who could legitimize you to to flush Ford it would be someone like Mary Carey with her brain, which would have had an inkling would've had an inkling of what the future could hold with this discovery of the phenomenon of radioactive not so. It was exciting to me. And I probably could even. Could have been pushed found from my case even.
"marchan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"He's the founder of the cliff April family foundation, we're gonna get into all that he's up I guess to the week cliff. My man is so good to see how. Well, we're just getting the day started getting this whole radio row things going on the opposite side of what I'm used to being. Oh, that's a great place to start. You are on the opposite side of what you're used to. What's it like being a part of the row as a member of the media as opposed to being a member of? Well, the NFL is a player is a little different. It's a little different. But also, you don't want to see a lot of guys that I know already. So the interviews will be a little easier. A little fun. We're here to enjoy the experience and hopefully build off of it cliff April joining me on the row. So as a player, what is this week like as an example, you come off the championship game? And then you've got two weeks before the Super Bowl. What's the final week? Like, what are the players going through it right now? It's a headache. It's a headache. It's completely different from any other week of the NFL. You've already got the game plan set, you know, so coming into the the site. It's all media. It's a family dealing with family members. You know, you probably have ten to fifteen people there that you gotta kinda cater to your days. Just a lot longer. By wednesday. Mostly just hey, let's get to the game already. So I'm there's so much about the experience at the patriots. Have. I mean nine times the drill. Is there an advantage for having gone through the whole thing both aren't off the field. Or does that experience that really matter? I think it is for those that have actually experienced it. You know, the the patriots have a lot of turnover on their roster every year, but Tom Brady Belot check gronk those guys consistent with it. So they know what the prepare themselves for they kind of understand the process, and they can kind of hopefully, bring the younger players alone cliff April joining us. All right. So one of the things you, and I've talked about when you look back at the legion of boom part of what made it special, of course, was talent. I mean, these were some really gifted athletes, but you also make the point that guys were playing for each other. You hear that? But what does that mean? Exactly. And how does that show up on the field? What I think what that means for us was we actually liked each other. It was a brother. It wasn't just co workers. Most teams, you know, you're in the facility together. And that's what it is. What you go home? Everybody goes about their business. But it was different. You know, guys will go on vacations together guys to this day. We also hang out. And try to find that the annual trip that we try to take together because we genuinely liked each other. We wanted to play for each other. But not only that though like, I know Serbs wife, I know Mike business wife, I know their kids. So that's what we mean. We're planning is deeper than just playing for that guy next to you is for their family as well. So in other words, and that that's pretty profound in and of itself. In other words, not every NFL locker room is like that. Now, it is hard to be like that. Honestly. And a half forced out. Right. You can't force it. And then again with the turnover in the NFL is hard to build those relationships with each other. You know, you can have one guy you're lucky if you have the same guy next to you for three years in Seattle. We were fortunate to have guys, you know, it'd be together for five six years. You know, just how the contracts situations played out, and and that's not a common thing in the NFL. I mean is there any party that because you know, that you know, it's a business? You know, that guy you're lining up with going to battle and going to work with every single day might not be there next year is that in the back of your mind is that kind of affect chemistry when you know, deep down here. This guy might not be here. Maybe I don't want to get that close it does. And that's one of the first things. Someone told me my rookie year actually was like I don't make friends with anybody into the seasons actually in because I don't know if any of these guys are gonna be here. And that tells me that even during the season, you're kind of I don't want to get too close to this guy because I don't know when I'm going to be gone when he's going to be gone. But again in Seattle, we were fortunate enough to know that hey, these is going to be here because they're still under rookie deals, and they're playing outstanding ball, so we we just happened organically cliff. Liberal joins me on radio row. You're thing. It's amazing to me about that group. You had some immense personality. Strong. You could see where guys might knock heads where they might not like each other. How to explain that part of it? How does a group with so many really big personalities connect the way it did and have the chemistry. You guys had. I think the personalities actually what kept us together. Actually, you know, the perception of some of the guys, you know, being outspoken in loud, and all these different things. But the other side of his guys genuinely liked each other. Again, you know might be would go out of his way to make sure everybody had lunch on Thursdays or goes out of his way to come to all the foundation events or or whatever just different things like that throughout the locker room. I think is what made us all just connect on a different level. Listen cliff. I don't want to bring up the source subject. Whenever somebody says, they don't wanna bring up the source. Exactly. Against the patriots. They included the Russell Wilson pick. You know, where I'm going with that losing that game has got to be excruciating enough losing it like that is gonna make it even worse. If you feel like he cautioned that game in hindsight did players, stop, trusting the coaching staff at all. And maybe even each other like what impact with something like that have on a locked room that we're talking about that was so good. Yeah. I think the biggest thing was with that with that whole situation. And obviously, I've I've talked about this few times you have is is that. Yes. Guys, kind of question a start questioning basically the philosophy a little bit bottle think guys stop playing for each other though, you know, I think guys still continue to want to play for each other. And to get his shows till this day because we still all have great relationships with each other. But at that particular moment. Yeah, everybody was ticked. Everybody was mad because they felt like they got robbed of a Super Bowl ring. Now that being said, so we all talk about this as well as hey, a lot of people talk about the one we didn't get. But we did get one. Now, let's not forget that piece do because we know multiple guys that play tin Lebanon twelve years that never get to the Super Bowl, let alone win one. So do you find yourself thinking about the one you one or the one that got away? What do you think about more often? So I think about. Yeah. I think about the one I want. I wanted us guys. A everything's half-full should. Something else you talked about week four two thousand seventeen you had a really scary. Neck injury, initially. You couldn't feel your arms and the feeling comes back. You thought it was just a stinger. Can you take me through the play in as a guy plays the game? Like, how did you process that? And what were you thinking at the time? I was scary. Initially. I didn't think the injury was as serious as it was so going out there making it a play that I've done numerous times trying to swipe quarterbacks leg is the perfect storm or whatnot. Both arms kind of go numb. I'm thinking it's a stinger shake it off play next play. You you go back in you know, unfortunately for Dr hearing south hearing in the Seahawks. He's like, no, this is a little more deeper than that, you know. So let's go to the hospital go to the hospital and the doctor asked me within thirty minutes bed. Hey, are you? Sure. You're okay. Are you? Sure you and I'm I'm looking at my bro- good. Like I want to catch the fourth quarter. Tell me something I wanna go. I wanna go play the fourth quarter. Like, I feel fine. And I mean, he just kept asking probably have to like the tip time. He's hey, the reason I keep asking is because most people don't walk in with this injury. They're paralyzed. And that's when it hit me like, whoa. This thing is serious. And that's when I started like, you know, wondering will I ever play again and through this whole process. And then again, this is what I talk about. With us being so close through this whole process. Halftime rose around Mike Bennetts FaceTime. Terms texts me these guys are checking in on me. Just like, hey, where are you at like, we like to see you in the locker room, you know, what's going on type of thing. But it it was definitely a scary situation with our lymph April joining us. It's terrifying situation. What about this year? I mean, obviously, you're natural. This broadcasting I knew you were going to do that you're doing real well already. What was that first year like without football different? It's different. It's not necessarily even playing the game. It's the KOMO artery. This is the piece that people don't think about is. So I've been playing football for sixteen years. I'm only thirty two so half half my life, right half my life. I've been in the locker room with at least fifty two hundred guys colleges one hundred so between a fifty to one hundred guys every single year for sixteen years of your life. Then all that's taken away. Now is you your wife and your kids? And that's the different part. That's the psychological piece that most people don't think about that kind of bothered me a little bit. But fortunately, I have a great relationship with the Seahawks, and I can go into the facility, I can still go talk to by being could be in the locker markets still get that fixed of being around the fellas. But a lot of guys we have that lets you have an amazing life. I'm you really have an amazing life. That said it's not the same though is it now it's completely different. When you're not there during the work and bleeding sweating with these guys. It's nobody's fault. Is where it is. You had a great career, but it's not same. No. It's not the same at all. It doesn't come close to being the same. You know? But I will say again, I look at things a little different is this could happen year one, right? Oh my career. But this happy year ten where I was fortunate to win the Super Bowl win. Go to Pro Bowl do all these different things. So it could have been worse. Like, the doctor said I could have been paralyzed from laughing because we all we all we all of us. We don't have great things that we do have. Exactly, exactly. So I can't complain. It was a great great, right? And off the cliff you and your foundation of dental mazing work in Haiti which is where your parents emigrated from something you, and I've talked about also in the past. But before we get into it for people who do not know what is life like in Haiti. How would you describe there? Oh, wow. So there's two sides to life in Haiti for a lot of people is poverty. Don't have food lectures. The the simple things that that we sometimes take for granted you got this huge Bill with lights everywhere in water everywhere. That's not the case of Haiti. But there's another side to her to where this island is just such a beautiful place. You like I'm looking for some land there now to build a beat house out there, actually because it's pretty like the water is amazing. Most people don't even realize Haiti in the Dominican Republic is one split down the middle. Right. So just given that perspective of how beautiful it is. But yes, poverty and corruption and all these different things that are happening there as well. And then you build houses already you built a school to what's it like when you go back, and you see the impact of the work that you and your foundation of done. It's unreal is unreal. I'm building the school right now school actually will be done. This fall. Heading back to Haiti in April brace on my teammates Marchand might be quite if you guys are going to go with with me as well. And you know, just just seen the happiness that these kids have, you know, just how appreciative they are to have a building where they can actually come and learn I mean kids are walking to three miles just to get the school because they're happy that they have this opportunity. Right. So just seeing their faces and see how how happy they are. Just keeps you keep you into in. What makes you wanna do more good for you? And finally when you bring your teammates who have not been there before what is their reaction. They all are like man lives. You're saying, you know, this is this is not something that you see the actual impact of. But like it's going way deeper than we expect and the guys, you know, they get there, and they get emotional, and they wanna get find ways of being a part of it Marchan actually donated to build a classroom at my school coach Carroll actually donated to build a classroom my school. And that's what it's about. For me is is getting more people aware of what's going on out there and how we can make an impact a Super Bowl champion and a Pro Bowl or tenure NFL vet broadcast and the founder of the cliff April family foundation momentum. Appreciate starting us off. That's great way to start radio rolling. Really good to see you. Same here. Thank you for having me. Great job here talking to you cliff April. All right. We'll take a short time out. And if you wanna react anything you see this week, you know, where to find me hit me up on the phones toll free.