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"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

03:38 min | Last month

"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

"I had to learn that later on in life that you don't take care of yourself. You're not bill to take care of anybody else and your health is the most important thing. Then i go to my family that i go to my associates then i go to believe it or not the student in my counter because that's what allows me to evacuate what i want achieve personally and professionally. You don't know anyone that can separate person and profession. It owed some people wanna find yourself by what your profession is but your person is the activity that you get aboard the activity. You don't and that's how i define who i am and i wanna maximize activity. I get paid for. I can be rich enough to make other people rich For me it's it's it's it's consistent commitment integrity courage. Respect excellence and those goals. The i mean those those values. I mean they'll stick with me in the funny part is Those have always been my values i use. I use a couple of different words because they mirror the same values that are the hall of fame values. But they've been with me. They've been with me and in everything. Every whenever i talk about values the first thing that you ever anytime you talk is gonna be commitment because it starts with that anything that you value anything that you do anything ritchie respect. Anything that you want you must commit to it. I so gentlemen. I wanna ask you. Please share some final thoughts in just anything else that you want to add that we didn't get to cover needs to hear before we pass it over to closer tyreek. My last saw you one word. That hasn't come out That is representative. Everybody that we're working with is kindness. I know marshall was talking about his greatest off all the villains. Robert work that he does where he primarily spends his time but most the people. Don't underestimate the power of kindness and the legacy that i wanna leave. Is that idea of kindness. And if we can take anything away from being on this team one thing we learned is to be kind to our future selves by doing good deeds. And if you do that everything else will take care of it. Your of itself. I think all four of us have lived that life and journey and we'd trusted more and more the more you live that during the kindness the you have faith and kindness and i hope that we can be a catalyst for everyone and just to be for me. I'm i The the were leadership to me. It's it's so it's still strongest or powerful. It's something that i sit in all the time. And even even when i don't want you in that position i find myself in that position. I think that a lot of people speak on it. Talk about it. Said they have it at and they don't understand exactly what it means. Most people take leadership they dictatorship. They think demand they think for. They think all of that stuff. I don't look at leadership like that. I actually look at leadership at serving people because people need you in a sense so you're serving and if you consider yourself leader but honored that you don't want to serve than than than the statement of of if serving you as below you been leadership is beneath you. You know you can't you cannot. You cannot be a leader without serving people.

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:57 min | Last month

"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

"Our team all the resources. This is an extraordinary opportunity. You have you literally just got show up and learn and you'll be able to perform at an exceptional level specially be have that one common denominator desired. Byu must be. i am looking for There's there's just something about how i look at things because even when i didn't have it The things that i did life did not involve chasing money. You know it's always been about love. Passion helping other people. Learning was best. Doing what's right and those are the kind of people that i want. Now you know. Obviously we're not. We're not doing this to make statements that people who want to work hard. If i have to tell you that then you probably should be on this call ally people who want more in life than what they're getting right now and they're willing to date what whatever it takes to get it and and not be worried about public perception. A what people say about them. A look people write about on instagram. The only thing that they're worried about is results. That's it if you are okay with that you can. You can rest on those things and you're okay with being the laughingstock. now in. you'll be the person that they that the airborne on later in this because that was me pretty much my whole life ruined and then when they saw me it was like i know him. Yeah yeah so. I can get you there. We can get you there but you have a lot to get there. You have to be willing to do what it takes to get yourself there and got to open it up to some cuny so anyone listening if you have any questions. Please put them in the chat box and we'll be able to be able to ask marshall any of the questions that i know are are burning a hole in your head. I want to make sure..

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

04:02 min | Last month

"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

"Do in this business. The biggest rejected lab is resistance to raid. And they'll find reasons in your the by reason. My wife said this said this is again. You know you're going back to asking a second grade teacher about business. Go ahead ask people about business that know about that particular business. You wanna know about Sii bowls asked. The man is an expert assigned bulls. Do not ask them about a dance studio about that business. And i do weight by the way i do know a lot about popeye's i do experience i've eaten. I'm surprised my hardest. Not man enough. Good you know when when i think about a wet what a lot of business owners could be doing for their employees especially around the financial literacy. Here's what i know. Here's what i know now. A lot of employers their their thoughts of keeping employees by not empowering are educating him. See if we can get the employer understand if you educate the employees and you get their mindset to thinking like an entrepreneur instead of instead of an employee your your business is going to be better and as they continue to leave and open stuff up. You're going to get more people coming flowing through your business because they're going to understand that that is that that's a place that's a hub. That's when it gets you to the next level. It's not a burial like it. It's a place you go so if you if you get into the mindset that you want to build people and make them better everybody that that come work with me. I'm a hard worker. I get after it. But i want. I wanna teach you how to work smarter and harder than me. That's what i want like to just be like me all. I'm already meet surpass me. What's what's being like me. That's been done already. So the ideas of the employer that it has to change their scarcity behind retention people taking their ideas. Listen do you think popeye's is the only chick company around no. There's so many places selling chicken right now. It doesn't matter. I mean listen. I i'm wondering owners dirty birds which fourth bars. Here's dan yego. Hey it's chicken sales. It's good so you can't be afraid of teaching people in educating him and having them take the information at you give them and do better than you. That's why it's supposed to happen that way. Like i want people to level not level down. That's a perfect segue into. Are we looking for in our partners specifically to the audience listening today. You guys both articulate exactly bill the avatar who and what you're looking for with all the potential partners so people know that this is kind of what the what the expectations are and what what's going to be asked then what also 'cause we spent a little bit telling what they're gonna to get but now what are we asking out them so they kind of have a better idea you know for me. I'm looking for one. One thing for team members that somebody that must be what they can be Whenever level of is so vince a part time or full time. Whatever it is you know the common denominator of all the great people that i've been surrounded myself with get to be around work. Do business with interview. Whatever it is they all have a common denominator. If you must be again be Then this is the place for you and it's the we can work with that. We could do whatever we want we can help you make introductions you can use our brand and.

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:33 min | Last month

"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

"Look i just take one baby step today and learn how to make that babies that grow exponentially as well as accelerate that baby step. Because if you take a baby step and you let it grow into a giant leap and you let that grow into an unbelievable flight someday and then you also accelerate it to the speed of marshall fog and this man moves really fast by the way you're talking about unbelievable potential and everybody has their own potential or we're gonna work within the guide where you are where your mindset is like marshall said melissa get out of your own way. We're going to get there as as where can we're gonna push you. You're the aggregate the five people that you spend the most time with you might as well be aggregating with us so powerful and i will have to say the one thing that made me absolutely fully committed to join the team and helped drive. This initiative is the importance of multiple streams of income is actually now and i really want to spend some time on this. Because i don't think enough people understand the importance. They have a job or they have a way that they're making money and think that that's enough and they don't recognize that central especially right now to have multiple streams of income. You guys share your thoughts on that just real quickly. People get abused when they talk about multiple streams of income because that usually means that there's too diverse or distinctive ways that you're making money what makes us unique is as a sub woman is a compliment to everybody's life is the ability to understand that were already any interacting with people in person on the phone via email hands social media that interactions to be of service to provide value can be enhanced with whatever you're doing today and sometimes times it may even supplement or actually takeover for what you're doing today as you and your values deem necessary in fit so i see this as you not necessarily it's multiple streams of income but it's generated from the same core from whatever you're doing you don't have to you know if you're a toll booth operator you don't have to go ahead and do something completely different. You're always interacting with people in these various methods to provide value and service and to ask other people can help and your to my favorite part were providing true servers and value from financial literacy to motivation inspiration and.

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:15 min | Last month

"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

"Who allow a love it You know here's the reality of of what we do. Why this thing is is what it is. A mida whole financial literacy component It's just a small part of what we do is so big it's very instrumental because if you if you're not financially literate than this opportunity i i mean it makes you might not. You might just walk by. I mean you. You might not even notice that it's there. You don't know that you're financially illiterate. If you don't know that in him once again you might just walk on by. 'cause you won't you won't notice. It says the money right here. Hey philanthropy is right here. Hey self-improvement is right here. It's all wrapped up into one in what we do. And here's what i would say. You know there's a lot of different things out there that people can do. There's a lot of different things on mean you can go be a part of a lot of different things you can. You can literally sit and masterminds and people can give you all sorts of education in. Tell you exactly how to do it. When do what to do. And then when that's over you walk out there and you like you're looking at the world like what's going on the beauty to what we do. Is we collaborate. We worked together as a team. We don't just give you education in information and send you to the wolves we walk out there and show you how to navigate. We help you build it. And the what i love us at this is this is awesome. We literally worked together and we compete against one another in the same sense. It's just like you don't get to do that. That that is not allowed in the business world but our model is actually how he'd better ourselves iron sharpens iron. And that's what we do. And that's that's literally hottest in operates. You know we know the opportunity that we have and we understand that as individuals..

"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:17 min | Last month

"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

"Hey everyone. I've got a special episode for you today back in. May i did a fireside. Chat with my i meant t jeff venstre the founder and ceo of ever bowl and the pro football hall of famer marshall faulk. The three of us discuss understanding financial literacy and the number one goal of leader. You can join text community or email me at anytime at the number and email listed in the description. This is entrepreneurs the playbook what i really would love to ask you because i think the hardest thing for a lot of people who are probably watching right now is small little things that happen on a daily basis and so that one of the things i learned from coupon mentors rockstars is what are some daily habits and tips that apply that can actually work in a crisis of the nineteen or the uncertainty of changing times in. How can how can our audience better not only learn what they are but apply them so if you guys we both share of just some daily tips and habits that you guys are using today that you think mean and can provide the value that they're looking for i'll go first I think in you know in in in where we're at right now. If you just look at in you constantly hear people talk about what what's not and you hear is uncertainty and whenever there's uncertainty you have to create certainty. You have to plan your schedule. You have to plan your day because if you don't it'll just waste away before you don't know which day is which you don't know you don't know weekends from weekdays and then it all starts to kinda kinda machine to one another if you don't have a plan it's it nearest life. If you just go through life without a plan you know you just. You're you're waiting success. You're waiting to bump into opportunity and you won't know it when you meet it so for me. My days are planned out. my schedule is made. I even schedule my weekends. I schedule my walk. I schedule when i drive. I'm like i have this time to drive. Ingle get stuff done. And then i'm coming back and get back to what the plan is which is how am i going to be successful today. What can i do to make today better than yesterday. Even if the small things. And then i always. I always setting targets I do pushups situps and stuff like that each day. I try to make sure you one more than i did the day before i got better. Let's it something something that small you but you get better. It's it's in my head. I'm getting better. I did twenty five okay. I did twenty six between twenty seven. And if you don't set if you don't set things up like that you don't create create your life is you. You're basically you're just existing.

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:12 min | 10 months ago

"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"What I mean I know I know I know I know now. How long has it been since you and Chris Brockman got into it? When was the last time that you guys have had some sort of football conversation that you get back you get into it at over the last time? He was probably here probably last time. You sure okay Mo- Marsh. Now Chris does not believe Franco Hall of Famer and I think he does speak a lot of people. Do you think Frank Gore. I guess you've already said that. Why do you think Franco pro-football famer durability availability and You know the numbers. Don't lie it is what it is you know you can you can say. Oh my God. He played this long. He played this long. He's supposed to have those numbers. Well just tell me who played that long. I mean it's not like he's playing he's not. It's not like the kicker he's eventually going to get. There is not like he's a quarterback you just continues to play. He's GonNa Throw for Nah he. He's carrying the ball and remember remember what era he started off playing in. He started off playing in an era when it was single. Back him only Toting the ball. That was that was Frank Gore Downhill Frank Gore with the lead and he's shipping his game into this past happy but he he's still get done. I mean that's I. Yes so doubt that. No question well. How do you want to take this Chris? Because I know you've been very pal and I'd like you said rich. I do think I speak for a lot of people when it comes to frank or his one quote unquote elite season was in two thousand six. He's only rush for over fifteen hundred yards. One time one season of ten rushing touchdowns. He's never led the League in a single category not a single category. He had a little pro bowl. Stretch there in the middle of his career. But it's like. Do you think you should be rewarded for not getting hurt like Craig? Baggio isn't one of the greatest players of all time. He might be the ultimate baseball compiler but he just never got injured. Played Twenty years and made the hall of fame does out making fame career. Unfortunately Brockman baseball got a contact sport. Drink Gore played a position that requires you to get hit. Get tackled by guys sometimes. Double Your size get up an asset a ball some more. So when you don't get hurt and we are readily available and you play on teams with Frank Gore. Probably has had Lisa Mona help from the quarterback position out of anybody who ever played the position as long as he's played. Think about it. You can't name a quarterback that's going sniff. The hall of fame or let alone even came close to winning a playoff game or even making it to the Super Bowl that Frank Gore play with but yet he continues to be durable. It doesn't matter where you put. It doesn't matter doesn't matter and guess what guess what else he does. Every time you put him out games. They hate fringe. You have to compete. You have to compete with somebody in order to like win. Job Definitely does he. Beat the guy out and that includes the dynamic Shawn McCoy that is true. Marshall Faulk here on the rich and you like that quarterback argument. Well you know what again to I do have to say however I fully agree with you Marshall and it is true that baseball isn't the contact. Sport is football but be GIO did lead the league every year and hit by pitches right. He did get hit a lot and.

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

13:50 min | 1 year ago

"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Playbook

"Why are you saving entrepreneur? Thanks for coming on the playbook. I think there's no better suited athlete that I've had to talk about playbook to success because your journey really I think parallels. How's that of an entrepreneur and starting all the way back before you went to San Diego State? You're a guy that played kind of like our boy from Kansas City. Every position quarterback tobacco running back. Yeah it'd be but yet opposite of most. Nobody really wanted you to play running back. They wanted to believe yeah. That was that was kind of the the birth of what you hear now in college football called the athlete didn't have that position. So when I when I got got recruited when you saw me play on defense I played cornerback in. That's it but on offense. I was the quarterback. I could be split in. I could be flanker. I could be tied it in. Yeah I was I was everywhere on the field and then I returned kicks return punts. I kicked pawn it so I I held for the gig right. I did everything everything. So it was kind of hard for crew evaluators to see What my worth was on offense but one Guy Curtis Johnson He was from New Orleans coaching state at the time. He's now the wide receivers coach for the New Orleans Saints. He's The guy who recruited me and I remember what he told. Oh coach at Loganville. At the time he was the head coach and he goes Sadie said listen. I don't know what position he's going to play. But when you see him with the football ball it's awesome. Yeah and it was. I mean I watch you from your freshman year because obviously you played with a lot of my friends and you were the the top of the top but why say was entrepreneurials that at such a young age you had to vote for what you wanted in your life and you and I both know when your young big big. I'd you know it's a lot of pressure. THAT'S WHY MY Business Partners Warren Moon. Because everyone told him. He couldn't play quarterback he actually had to go to Canada for six years. The way you didn't have to wait but still. Oh that's that's a bold move. CASSANDRA state was not world renowned in football. Now they were and you were recruited by everyone to play other positions. You believe so much in yourself that you did that and I think that's what it takes. That's the difference in entrepreneurship between the guys. I see that go out of business. That changed jobs all the time that are chasing dreams compared because they're not voting for what they want they truly don't have that conviction. What do you feel about about conviction since at young age that made you say you know what I can do this? I always I was always different and be indifferent. Sometimes is is is just how you get things done. I came from the desire projects in the ninth ward of New Orleans and good food but not good housing and if I wanted to change something about myself there was no way I could make that change by continuing. Can you be the way other people were in my community so I had to be different and try different things and explore different things and I was up for it. I I I didn't have to go to Lsu. I didn't have to remain in the south. I wanted to go to school. I was fascinated with business from when I was a kid. I here's an I tell I tell this story to people and they they they. They don't believe it at times when I was fifteen years old. I I would. I would go to the grocery store and delivers deliver people's groceries stories to their car from from when it came to the car the money that I earned then I would then go to the superdome doing on Game Day and pay to get Iraq and I would sell popcorn and that's how I got to watch games. I couldn't afford a ticket so good. So you know I've always had the mindset of of of of of being an entrepreneur. I love business and when I was thinking about schools to go to San Diego State did two things they were. They had a really the business program. There were top five and business and and they said I could play the position. I wanted to play and and I'm like you know what that's it. What else do I need? I don't need to be a big school because for me. Football was in my end. All be all I knew that getting an education learn learn how to grow myself as a businessman and having an opportunity and I always if you WANNA be in business you better go go to school in the city you can live so now you can use the resources from college to get in business. And that's what that's what I've done. I live in San Sandiego now of course and and so do I as well For great reasons but I think that's a really important point people ask me now. 'cause I went to college to play football and unlike unlike you I couldn't play every position was very good so I had like a very short list of division three and division two schools to go to but I knew I was going to go to graduate school so I tried to pick the best academic school that would get me into and I went to graduate school in two lane but people always ask me if I had it to do it again. Now that I'm an entrepreneur in in I auto went to the school likes state or USC. Because that's where I do business and I know my personality. I would've built so many more relationships than fifteen hundred people at Occidental. Is it dental. And Luckily I've been able to overcome that but to that matter where you're focusing your life now you know you hall of fame. You've done everything in football so so this is not a football show. I I'm not GonNa Brag about all your wards even football fan but most impressed me is how we kind of connected on the business side is that we're both interested. I in transitioning not just athletes but executives and people and empowering them with not only financial literacy but with economic opportunity. And that's really the business that you're in. You're educating a whole bunch of famous athletes not famous athletes but also just young entrepreneurs and business people. Hey there's visit extrordinary opportunity to build your own business. I'm Marshall Faulk. Let me help you with the character that I have the discipline that I've learned but also the business business acumen build your career and I haven't met anyone of all the hall of famers all the athletes that have such a clear vision of how everyone has these great ideas of transitioning athletes especially agents. But you really put your force in practice. You're building a huge business business. After one year helping people build their own business. People are people. I don't care what level you're at We all have the same mental blocks Mental Hurdles hurtles and knows. Let's say those dreams and thoughts and desires of what we want to be Sometimes you can write it on paper. Ah Don't you then don't know how to implement it or how to how to roll it out as we say in the business all of that as always. That's always been a thing for me that I've been good at regardless of what I wanted to do when I wanted to do it the vision I had the time frame in which I I wanted to create it how to how to not just create beings but implement them. It's always been fascinating for me but what I'm doing now while kind of all came together in a sense over the last like I'm gonNA say three to four years in a sense that understanding business being a philanthropist. And and just just having the wherewithal that you gotta give back give back and educate that's always been something. So how how. How do you fit those three together? And when I was introduced to financial group Transamerica and all that they do do. It took me about a year of meeting with people and talking about different things within the company because I value my name and my like ms in when I do something and I take the people. They understand that that I've done what I needed to do. In order to make sure that it's what it is and when they get involved that is something good. So what when I when I started to investigate into world financial group and and all that it is when you google something. You're GonNa find something good and you're gonNA find something bad and I always tell people if you google Google something or someone and you find nothing at all. Don't yeah don't people don't get involved. I mean someone's going to have of opinion about it some way or other but for me once I started to understand the platform and all that does and all that it allows you it fit fit with me. It fits me my brand. What I'm about? And it gives me a platform in a sense to not just go out and tell people what to do but provide a landing place for them to like create what they want to create and help people and Change Lives empower people educate people and do all all the things that will allow them to do the most important thing to most people which is provide for their families. Make sure their families is secure. Make sure that they're secure. Make sure that in life they get to live a happy prosperous life. That's what we all WanNa do. You know what's interesting. Because as parallels from being an athlete to a a brand is an athlete to a brand as a business you know coming from the social media side. I agree with you. There's always going to be people you know I had Jordan Belfort it on this show and I want people to learn the lessons that the wolf of Wall Street had learn from the mistakes that he made right and all the things and yet you know you'll get people on their. How dare you put him on there? And when I see companies you can look up. McDonald's which is a pretty legitimate company very and there is literally thousands of things about McDonald's. McDonald's that people would say negative stuff now. I know this about you and about Warren that you don't jump into things without checking them out and so when you who Approached us to work with you and we had the same brand Concerns doing our due diligence knowing who you are made a huge difference in now. Oh really excited about what you're doing because of the empowerment side the philanthropic side in the opportunity side To do that and you know I use it analogy energy and maybe I'll put you on the spot you got todd Gurley Marshall Faulk and Eric dickerson right three great brands within the context. Now if I asked everybody in this room and you know it fills up when someone like using my studio. WHO's the best of the rams running back? They're gonna all tell me why each one of those or isn't in it is but they're gonna say negative things about each one of them the people who are like Oh todd Gurley is the greatest because marshalls too short or Eric Dickerson's degrade is rate. Wait yeah it's the same thing I'm GonNa ask you before I go onto the business issue. WHO's the best rams running back of all times? Yeah I mean if if if if someone does not say themselves be weary listen I I respect Eric. And what he what he did and listened. It is the Guy Eric's a great friend of mine I know. Is You know. And he's a better golfer and you're not at all and todd is. He's he's not a hall of fame tremendous player but you know his his book his his his work hasn't been is not completed yet. Still has an opportunity to rewrite every day and do everything and change everything. But you know I I see myself in a class by myself and it's not it's it's no slight to anybody else anybody else. I believe that I maximized my opportunity to be successful better than anybody and if if if someone else wants to make an argument for themselves then that's what the world is about. And what would you take because I agree. What did you take from on the field to do that off the field because very few guys can do what you do is almost like even Eric? He likes to play a lot of golf. He's announcer your true entrepreneur. and You I don't have to be right. You want to help each being. I I love this. It's you know it's it's fun. Yeah it's just it's fun building something from scratch. It's fun building within people up. It's fun giving people an opportunity. It's it's just it's just fun. I I really enjoy all aspects of businesses business. I'm I'm talking about even even the failing parts the parts that that that that really slam you on the ground and you like you know I gotta get up and try something else. Yeah aw I know I'M GONNA I'm GonNa make this work your get. Yeah you are a get up God also at your visionary to like first time I ever met you years and years ago. It's you'll Ricky Williams wanted to Patrick from saying it was only Sandiego running back. Markus they all have in common their individuals but they have this vision you and Barry Sanders Sanders out of all the running backs I've ever met. It's almost like you have a third. I in something that I'm attracted to Businessperson to partner with you right because we're delegating gating a lot towards what what you're doing because we believe I believe in your vision and no one has a better vision on the field. How do you pay Compare you'll scoring the game winning touchdown in winning that super bowl or something off the field a lot of athletes. Can't you'll register anything of excitement even other permanently Steinberg we assign guys like I've had twig Muna..

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

14:48 min | 1 year ago

"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"What do you have mclovin. What's the poll update okay. Do you think the raiders would want a mulligan on antonio tonio brown sixty percent also wanna see if you saw stats mail. The shortest name sold sports history. Okay shortest names four major u._s. Pro sports league's all-time ed ott. We just mentioned he was five ed hug. H u g sounds like a fun name ed hug. Do you know i've never i. I don't know who ed hug is and i don't know who aldo is. Bets al doe five letters there d._o._e. The n._f._l. Do we know polling he's m._l._b. Aldo yeah we'll check on his background. What about ed hug checking. Okay there's couple n._f._l. Guys tie law and al day oh yeah thailand ceylon five there for famer speaking of which marshall faulk joining us on the the program joining us from mexico where he's <hes> working with ezekiel elliot to keep him in shape. Get him in better shape ready for week one. Are you planning any marsh how are you. I'm curious is where ezekiel elliott now. If we were playing this weekend and he was in camp eh to go would he be able to play this week and play at a high level. <hes> play yes play at a high level yes but i would say possibly run the risk as any player word who was not in game condition russian shape. If you tried to play him the workload that the cowboys use it i don't. I don't think he could he could he. He's in not form that you could go out and do the things that we were accustomed to c._n._n. Do for whole game. What is your job with ezekiel elliot <hes> <hes> just just game get getting ready for game getting ready for a game pretty much i don't. I don't let let's be clear. I don't have a job. I'm here to just put him through simulate game action. <hes> do think that a guy had getting you ready physically being conditioned. It's it's different if you if you played football you've been around football. You understand are running back job. It's just different. It's it's kinda. It's hard to simulate the contact but repetition of plays <hes> under the duress of o'clock and and and sometimes <hes> how things happen <hes> and you're using in energy kind of different. It's not just straight line running. It's a it's a it's different. It's different types of conditioning that you have to do <hes> unlocked when i'm putting him through. I'm doing the things that that allow me to play games things. I did off season things that i did in season when i when i didn't what i wasn't playing. Let's say in the preseason and make sure that come week one. I know i'm gonna be ready if i did these. Things i know that <hes> if it came down to it at the end of the game i was going to to be strong enough to to help. Give us a chance to win the game. Why why kabo it's remote enough we can control who gets in and out <hes> being mark as the the property that we're at <hes> kim jiji and his his staff they take care of us well and <hes> and we don't we don't have to deal with ah my feeling anybody the combo <hes>. I just don't think t._m._z. gonna go that far. He exactly what the workout for like. I mean it does get a little tax thirty mile zone and it's kinda hard to get stuff done but it's worked before for him and <hes> <hes> he he enjoys being down here. It puts them in the right frame of mind. He's not going to the grocery store air from the cowboy fan how he's messing up your fantasy football games. I you know i'm guessing marshall. That zeke is not going to the grocery store and kabo either. He's probably a guy who does that actually weekly yeah. I'm telling you that was almost almost got me. Why was did was good. What were you gonna tell me. That was good yeah. That was that was good. Oh that was good. This is why you are being tracked with. How much conversation do you have with zeke eka about contracts stuff <hes> none zero. You don't care <hes> they'll give me any good. You know i'm i'm just here to make sure that we've done taking care of his business and the cowboys done taking care of their business <hes> that he's that he's in the best shape possible outside of <hes> hitting two to play. That's that's all. That's it the whole contract issue <hes> i don't even i don't even allow a myth to bring it up as a matter of fact to be honest with you. It's not even the topic that we talk about it. This is football. We hit you know we talk feel when we sit down or are we having dinner. We're having lunch or or just shoot. We're actually talking football <hes> dame plan and game management <hes> how to how to conserve energy how to stay on the field and make sure 'cause you you never know when that check down might be the big play or when not handoff could be could be the big play being being more serviceable. Those are the things that we talked about. He's a hall of famer. Marshall faulk is helping zeke elliott. Stay in shape get ready for. We assume first week of the regular season when they face the giants. Are you planning on. Is he planning on that. Is that your time frame of. He's got to be ready by this date. If he's going to be playing in that opening weekend <hes> you know i haven't had that conversation rocking and rocking rocky arsenault is his age yeah yeah i haven't rocky oh we haven't talked about exactly the timeframe and and what what they what they would like to see happen but i know for me. It's you know i just wanna make sure that the days that he's with need not that i'm maximizing my opportunity to get him as close to game shape as possible and whenever that date is i wanna make sure that he's done and as much as he can possibly do to make sure that his responsibility on the field to teammates he's able to fulfil it. Can you pass the phone to <hes> zeke and just tell him. I just wanted to say though <hes> then you could do anything for you but i'm not okay. Would you clarify what you said to rich eisen about dak prescott <hes> here's what i said i said if you have a quarterback back in today's economy football and you give them a hundred million dollars and let's say he's done with that has done what he's earned that right to to to get paid that because this is this is how the market is going. Nobody's resetting the quarterback market or holding back there just allowing the because then they're allowing the jimmy garoppolo. Just go out and hey. You're next man up. Get the maximum and money erogenous or tom brady. There's there's just a lot. They're just allowing that but when it comes to the running back it's like lamm <hes> now. Let me get less than it's about who's better now now. It's about production. I don't even understand the thought process but i said this is your quarterback. You give him a hundred million dollars and he doesn't take you to the promised land then he's just like the rest of those bums making all this money not doing anything because so what happens after you get that hundred million dollars now you might have a love gore leaving. You might have your right tackle. Even all you might not be able to put paid his defense to pass russia. All you might have your team. You cannot afford to take care of the rest of your team. What kind of quarterback do you think dak prescott is. When zeke is in there. Is he a top ten quarterback. Yeah yes he is and and let me make sure <hes> that they hear that i said because because they only heard the import. I said that should get his money. Just like everybody else we are going to see if when it comes to dak back or does shawn watson or when it came. Is it just next man up or they're going to try to kill back then. I've been arguing that we need to have a separate set of contracts for running backs that position because you know maybe that rookie deal that they shouldn't have them on a a four year with an option deal. I just think at that position because i i look at what will happen with saquon barkley what i would have done with bell or christian mccaffrey. I'm a load you up for five years. I'm a run you ragged and then i'm gonna move onto the next running back who i'm going to bring it at cheaper price. I just get the feeling it's not fair to that position in that that position alone well if you think about this <hes> and i don't i'm not counting another man mike but if you think about what what jalen trip did and he got compared to what zeke has done and what he is asking for. It's not even close close. Why why did they drafted. They drafted a first round. They gonna linebacker in the first round last year if they thought so much in jalen i mean you drop them in the first one should he be the highest paid running back act should marsh a to z get more beggarly if the cowboys believe about their engine is number twenty one and how they are built and i've heard him say that zeke is the best running back in the lease the you need to pay him like that. Jerry is is is the best owner i mean. He's one of the best owner in. I league and we know jerry. It does everything top notch. Everything he does is push class cat match the best why when it comes to kim zeki wanna pay talking understand that final question for you marshall if i talked to you in two weeks. Are you still training zeke elliott in kabo. Oh man i hope that because i believe this cowboys roster probably the most talented talented roster that that <hes> that they've put together and a very long time and and they are one of the handful of team in the n._f._c. that law le legitimately has a chance i get into the super bowl and <hes> an arab and i believe those chances are far greater with risk with twenty one back there and not <hes> i. I think the kid has been great pollock kid. I think he's doing great. I think he's been serviceable visible but <hes> i just want. I want people you know we. The steelers looked great. They looked great with with james counter last year and he did. He was doing a great job but you know it's it's it's different. You know it's it's different when there's a guy back there that that people.

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"User. It's not who he is. All the losses in cleveland ate them up kept him up. What magazine sports illustrated like does he have a friend there. Well silver is not there anymore but i'm just trying to figure this out and i don't know disrespect. The hugh sounds like you are actually disrespecting him. I gotta be honest with you. Does this sound that way yeah. I actually like you. I'm just wondering how did he get this. How did you get this interview. Just reflecting on how how poorly last year went for him he lost couple of family. Members was fired from cleveland. Okay after only a couple of wins. He did admit failed tremendously but noted how it says being unlike people time dot sports illustrated. What am i am. I am i being insensitive to you know what marshall <hes> i'm. I'm gonna i'm gonna be the host here on a no argue that turn turn turn to pay you guys thinking dang it and you're saying perhaps <hes> what what did you make of <hes> odell saying it was personal that the giants trade him because it was personal it was like because it was it was personally. I'm okay with that meter. It's it's it's likely you want him to cover it all personal. Oh yeah he said that you know i i. He wasn't their brand that was when. He said that he he was there. The giants brand. He wasn't the giant sprint the giants. The new york giants brand has never been somebody like odell beckham before. Okay okay what i'm saying. He definitely kept them relevant. That's for sure. I mean morris. Taylor was kinda in the same mould in things that he did and how he was now he's the greatest defensive player ever may be so what i'm charlie he never he never <hes> proposed to kicking nets and stuff like that and lifted his leg as a celebration and say we didn't see it because we have as many cameras emmers pasta following people at that point. We don't know what they did back. Then i agree and i must say now 'cause i know those guys. They did something like that. I'm telling you there was some stuff going on but but i'm gonna say this rich they they just had a problem with him and his his honesty and his willingness to challenge teammates by the things he had to say. I must say mainly eli it was a lot of it was a lot he he had he had a lot to say about eli. He had a lot to say about management and the things that they did and as players we accept accept it when we are criticised we accept it when people write about it we accept on the show is when you talk about us but gm's owners they are sensitive and they don't wanna be talked talked about unless it's winning and doing great and when they mess up and you talk about them. It's bad you're not supposed to. It's not a level playing field. You think eli plays all sixteen <hes> does eli play all sixteen games this year for the new york football giants what's marshall faulk. I can't based on the history of the giants organization what they do better yet what what they did to to to my very own kurt warner who who had a winning record before they replaced him whether you lie right i mean name isn't that amazing. We'll circle is full circle couldn't wouldn't that be amazing and guess what else is gonna take a like a champ by curtain hasn't he has not let's say said one thing about it is correct and and that's just who he is. That's his character so then the answer is he will not play. I can't see him playing sixteen <unk> gains..

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"marshall faulk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"States. It's fun hanging out with marshall faulk here pro football hall of famer for the rest of the hour here on the rich eisen show. Let's <hes> chris. You've got some n._f._l. Headlines is over there correggio a deal before we get to the first one of edward or reporting all the latest on the ezekiel elliott contract hold out the name of ezekiel elliott's. It's agent is rocky arsenal. Yes can you put up the photograph of marshall with rocky arsenault. Please <hes> for those who want to know how tight you are with this man. It was at the pro pro football hall of fame. You chose him as your presenter <hes>. He was your agent for all those years. Correct my still your agent right now. Yep goodall rocky. I've always enjoy hanging with him. A boat the game the worst guy. We hope he's a better agent and i think he is great. Man love him and so also put up the photograph evolve evolve how far back you go with ezekiel elliott. Oh yeah we go way back. Look at zero house. That's that's in the tiger woods center at <hes> up by nike nike headquarters. Here's you'd like singles. He was a junior in high school when when we met and he was at the nike the opening look tam. I've known him since since he was sixteen now a grown man yes as we like to say business. I edwards tweet. Let's put that up right here on the rich eisen show this is about tenet's goes sources the most recent offer negotiations between the holdout ezekiel l. l. e. and the cowboys came from the team. Elliott has been offered a contract making him. One of the n._f._l.'s to highest second highest paid running back that would suggest the teams offering is more than levy on bell on less than todd gurley anything. You sounds good to me. Okay sounds good in terms of accurate or sounds good to what what zeke would be worth. I haven't checked in today. Okay was when i was coming up this morning. Check in okay to see what their ladies offer was but <hes> you know it's <hes> i i'd say close okay you would say it's close between between he and the cowboys or or because right now i mean it you know rocky. <hes> told mort i mean he he told chris mortenson we did not find the joke zeke who funny at all even though jerry jones when he said z. coup after tony pollard had an excellent game against the rams in hawaii did say that pollard in his mind was a compliment to zeke when zeke returns that zeke would need some time to be obviously spelled and pollard is going to be terrific at that was essentially what he had to say..

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James Harrison says Le'Veon Bell should return to Pittsburgh Steelers, then fake injury to avoid games

Mason & Ireland

03:03 min | 2 years ago

James Harrison says Le'Veon Bell should return to Pittsburgh Steelers, then fake injury to avoid games

"If you're like me in there, some of you that are, you've got levian bell on your fantasy football team, and you're just waiting. And the way this thing is set up to go is that levian Bill wants to record the twenty nineteen season as service time, which means he doesn't have to show up until November the six, twenty eight season. Yeah. Or or week ten of the season. James Harrison, his teammate today suggested he should come in November, sixteenth, and then faking injury. So he doesn't have to play a single game for the Steelers this year and still becomes an unrestricted free agent after the year. Now, here's a, here's something interesting if the Steelers trade levian bell and there are rumors that they're, they're going to trade him or at least are feeling teams up. The jets are one team that that expressed interest, they would receive a third round compensatory pick in the twenty nineteen draft the upcoming draft. Okay, if a trade him if they trade him, okay. If they just wave him, just say, were sending the franchise tag you go or ever. You want health fellow well met, you get you get a third round compensatory pick in the twenty nineteen draft if they wait until after the season and after the Super Bowl and they decide levian bell leaves, they get a competitor. Ori pick, but it's not till twenty twenty. So in order to get a pick in this upcoming draft, they've got a trade or waive him during this season. So there's incentive there actually is because if you trade 'em you're taking on another salary and other contract, James Connors been pretty effective in very effective. Yeah. Who would have thought that it would end that way? You know there's enough teams that like really could use a running back like Seattle could really use a running back. I could like I, if if you could send him there, Detroit like desperately needs a running, especially a guy but the, but the problem is the same for anybody else. Are you gonna give him? Are you gonna pay him big, right? If he's unrestricted, free it. And how much money are you willing to pay? Levian bell. I'm trying to think what is what is girls number Todd, Gurley nineteen. I think he got nineteen million and I think fifty million guaranteed is levian bell. Gonna get fifty million dollars guaranteed out there. I'm not sure that that's their anywhere else. Yeah, I would see because I think if he got traded, he'd have to prove his worth in running backs. Frankly, don't get traded that often, Eric dickers- and got traded Marshall. Faulk got traded. Even if he gets trade like you can't really trade for them. Because the situation is the same. He can still hold out to week ten and record a year of service time. Agent contract you once he has no incentive to come

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Giants' Saquon Barkley one of eight Top 10 picks still unsigned

The Second Guess with Bobby Herbert and Mike Detillier

03:12 min | 2 years ago

Giants' Saquon Barkley one of eight Top 10 picks still unsigned

"Am fm if you're on hold for our sports talk fantasy football league audition sit tight we're gonna bring in derek laughlin owner of fantasy football maniacs dot com at derek laughlin on twitter derek after the draft obviously when fantasy owners are going to really start to dial in and drill down on who were some guys that came out in this draft class that they could they could go high in the draft and one in particular saquon barkley of the of the new york giants where do you have him going and a lot of your mocks for teams i think if you're gonna take him you have to look at the first round because this is a guy that came in with so much hype as the second pick of the draft he reminds me of marshall faulk but thirty pounds heavier he's a guy that can lined up at receiver he can line up the slot he can catch the ball out of the backfield the giants are going to be able to use him in so many ways i have a top ten running back at a guy you're gonna have to his first round pick have on your team where was alvin kamara drafted last year and most fantasy leagues well adrian peterson was considered the second running back with mark ingram and him pretty much around the same place kamara i think was fourteen fifteen round pick somebody who wasn't even and this year i have him as the fourth best running back especially in light of the mark ingram suspension that's a guy that could probably see fourteen to fifteen jerry's per game and have the same receiving workload that he had last year on to start off the season give me a rookie out of this class that we talked about saquon barkley but others other skill position see whether it's receivers are titans that you feel like is a good investment either in the second third round the second or third the couple of linebacking jones out of tampa bay with does market having moved over to copeland i think there's a real chance for him to be a starter there and the guy that i'm sure your listeners know a lot about guy sober in washington they're talking about him having a champ down by the early down role and have a big impact i i don't know guys you're going to have to necessarily go in the third round though even jones you could probably getting later tonight but but berkeley's probably the only running back at appetite battery that's a that's a rookie back laughlin owner fantasy football maniacs dot com overall which the fantasy value you think of the saint skill position players right now the same one of the best offenses in the league last year and you were talking about camaro already being a running back one was the eleventh ranked fantasy quarterback last year and i think they they want to have the same makeup where they they definitely teach her the run and still have him be an effective thrower he had four thousand three hundred thirty four yards and twenty three touchdowns last year i don't think we're gonna see him throwing for five thousand yards in the past but they do want to still run the ball how do you handle the if you're if you're a carson wentz you went home carson wentz how do you handle that and what do you do nick foles nick foles from fantasy perspective because he might start the first couple of games but then carson wentz might miss the first two games so as a fantasy owner how do you dress that how do you handle that.

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"marshall faulk" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Well he compares best to marshall faulk if you're going to try to come up with a comparison right and in fact it was interesting that he talked about faulk yesterday on his conference call when i asked him what do you think the biggest thing is that you're going to have to try to do over the next few months so that when you walk onto the field week one yours prepared as could be and he said well it was the mental thing he wants to make sure that he absolutely dives into the playbook as soon as you can get everything down and he wants to model is work ethic and his game after what marshall faulk did and he said he welcomed dave gettleman setting the bar as high as he did because he's like you you want to be the best that you can be and i think to be honest with you guys you know you look at him and again he may not be the best pure running running back in this draft there may actually be more guys who might over the course of their careers or maybe over the course of a couple of giving seasons gain a few more yards than him that's possible you know penny guys michelle are there are some really terrific running running back in this draft and maybe that happens but what they probably won't do is get the combined total yards from scrimmage that will pass this guy he science so many people at the combine say to me he might be in the top three pure receivers in this draft and that's what makes him the great pick that he is because he's he's an offensive weapon you know and when did he blocked yeah blocking catch he's a loose obi plays in space he's again if you wanna use the nfl comparison a marshall faulk there have been thirteen running backs taken with the number two selection since the merger and hold them have gone to the hall of fame marshall faulk being the most recent and so we'll see if barkley turns out to be the next guy in line we know you like davis webb did the giants view of davis webb at any impact on their decision to stay away from the quarterbacks manny still something left will they take a quarterback maybe as soon as tonight can you see that happening.

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"marshall faulk" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"The f f l network m three players including marshall faulk m i taylor i taylor number twenty four cornerback frivolous steelers former a marshall faulk of course for the but at st louis rams he played for wildly in an apples dolts and there's a there's another player in there oh yeah mick nailed isn't it that's right a donovan mcnabb is in there as as identified as harass it's a makeup artist that's alleging um all of this abuse at the nfl network we've got a disney guy that has been forced out another one at the npr it's just it's incredible is somebody sent me today a clip do you remember alexa even the movie it's a kari grant doris day movie something about the trouble with ming or touch of make or something anyway doesn't edited title is somebody sent me a youtube clip of it in basically it's kari grant doris day in kari grant is a billionaire businessman and she's the secretary and he offers her nash is dissent she works point she offers a he offers her a whirlwind romance toucher mink that's what it a touch of anaemic moral witnesses of 50s movie 50s maybe early 60s i've seen it i remember my parents let me go see this kind of stuff on my neighbor uh parents would not let their kids go see anything with doris day in it when we were singledigit age wise i told doris day ones that she got the biggest caco out of it at any rate um this billionaire businessman kari grant offers this secretary a whirlwind round the world romance while a building is being renovated redecorated and it's it's one of the most lavish it nobody would turn the trip down and she says would can't wouldn't you just mary me instead could just mary lee and he says no and he makes it clear this is a one time thing there is no love involved here know romance it's totally up to her the point is that this exchange today would be sexual harassment this exchange today would be sexual harassment whereas many years ago it was standard operating procedure night in the movie doors days not offended she's not upset the guy's not wielding any power over her she doesn't have.

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"marshall faulk" Discussed on KTRH

"M three players including marshall faulk m i taylor i taylor number twenty four corner bank frivolous dealers former a marshall faulk of course for the for the st louis rams he played for the in an apples dolts and there's that there's another player in there oh yeah mcnabb is in the that's right how can a donovan mcnabb is in there as as identified as harass it's a makeup artist that's alleging um all of this abuse at the nfl network we've got a disney guy that has been forced out another one at npr it's just if your credit was somebody sent me today a clip the year remember all but that even the movie at the kari grant doresday movie something about the trouble with ming or touch of manquer sums anyway doesn't edited title is somebody sent me a youtube clip of it in basically it's kari grant doris day in kari grant is a billionaire businessman and is the secretary and he offers her nash is the seci worst point she offers a he offers her a whirlwind romance toucher me that's what it a touch of bank wore witnesses of a 50s movie 50s maybe early 60s i've seen it i remember my parents let me go see this kind of stuff on my neighbor uh parents would not let their kids go see anything with doris day in it when we were singledigit age wise i told doris they ones that she got the biggest caco out of it and i rate um this billionaire businessman kari grant offers this secretary a whirlwind round the world romance while a building is being renovated redecorated and it's it's one of the most lavish it nobody would turn the trip down and she says would can't when you just mary me instead could just marry me and he says no and he makes it clear this was a one time thing there is no love involved here know romance it's totally up to her the point is that this exchange today would be sexual harassment this exchange today would be sexual harassment whereas many years ago it was standard operating procedure link in the movie doris days not offended she's not upset the guy's not wielding any power over her she doesn't have to go on.

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"marshall faulk" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The program email address el rushbo eib net dot us in there are more sexual harassment the revelations today the end the f l network m three players including marshall faulk m i taylor i taylor number twenty four corner frivolous steelers former a marshall faulk of course for the for the st louis rams he played for wildly in an apples dolts and there's a there's another player in there oh yeah mcnabb is in that that's right hunger donovan mcnabb is in there as as irving identified as harass it's a makeup artist that's alleging um all of this abuse at the nfl network we've got a disney guy that has been forced out another one at the npr it's just if your credit was somebody sent me today a clip year remember all that's an even the movie it's a kari grant doris day movie something about the trouble with mink or touch of make or some anyway doesn't matter to title is somebody sent me a youtube clip of it in basically it's kari grant doris day in kari grant is a billionaire businessman and she is the secretary and he offers her nash is assent she works point she offers a he offers her a whirlwind romance touch me that's what it a touch of anc wore witnesses a 50s movie 50s maybe early 60s i've seen it i remember my parents let me go see this kind of stuff my my neighbor uh parents would not let their kids go see anything with doris day in it when we were singledigit age wise i told doris they ones that she got the biggest caco out of it at any rate um this billionaire businessman kari grant offers this secretary a whirlwind round the world romance while a building is being renovated redecorated and it's it's one of the most lavish nobody would turn the trip down and she says with can't wouldn't you just mary me instead could just marry me and he says no and he makes it clear this is a one time saying there is no love involved here know romance it's totally up to her the point is that this exchange today would be sexual harassment this exchange today would be sexual harassment whereas many years ago it was standard operating procedure in the movie doors days not appendages not upset the guy's not wielding any power over her she doesn't have to go on the.

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"marshall faulk" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Eight two if you want to be on the program email address elrushbo eib net dot u s in there are more sexual harassment the revelations today the end the f l network in three players including marshall faulk m i taylor i taylor number twenty four cornerback frivolous steelers former a marshall faulk of course for the but the st louis rams he played for wildly in annapolis dolts and there's a there's another player in there oh yeah mcnabb isn't that that's right hunger donovan mcnabb is in there as as irving identified as her wraps it's a makeup artist that's alleging um all of this abuse at the nfl network we've got a disney guy that has been forced out another one at npr it's just incredibly somebody sent me today a clip year remember all what's that even the movie at the kari grant doris day movie something about the trouble with mink or touch of make or sums anyway doesn't edited title is somebody sent me a youtube clip of it and basically it's kari grant doris day in kari grant is a billionaire businessman and she's the secretary and he offers her nash is a set she works point she offers a he offers her a whirlwind romance touching me that's what it took dramatic warwick this witnesses a 50s movie 50s maybe early 60s i've seen it i remember my parents let me go see this kind of stuff my my neighbor uh parents would not let their kids go see anything with doris day it when we were singledigit age wise i told doris they wants that she got the biggest caco out of it and i rate um this billionaire businessman kari grant offers this secretary a whirlwind round the world romance while a building is being renovated redecorated and it's it's one of the most lavish it nobody would turn the trip down and she says what kit would you just mary me instead could just mary me and he says no and he makes that clear this is a one time thing there is no love involved here know romance it's totally up to her the point is that this exchange today would be sexual harassment this exchange today would be sexual harassment whereas many years ago it was standard operating procedure in the movie doris days not appendages not upset the guy's not wielding any power over her she doesn't have to go on the.

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"marshall faulk" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"marshall faulk" Discussed on WEEI

"The marshall faulk is one of them i had to great rams team back in st louis the greatest show on turf give me the name of the other player to do that only happened twice in nfl history that is the question and what is the answer and the answer is coming in on twitter appropriately enough answers some of them good some of them bed actually most of them are bad but that's the beauty that's the the beauty of of how this works here and see did anyone get it right i am scrolling through here and i do not see off the ah the first couple here that anyone got it right uh the correct answer is not the david johnston was especially if you're not a bad guess roma from malone a davis going with i am eddie the wet willie garcia no it is not steamboat willy uh it is not mr taleb's was a cash sleep peepingtom yeah he's who's better and that mr tips calls my overnight show he ah admitted to me in a moment of clarity that he is a peeping tom i and got in trouble with the police fort but i kinda like this flamboyant chef the cold tonight i i think a chef that lights himself on fire while making chinese food trump's trump's a peepingtom but it's close jr is going with matt lauer very a very appropriate all right i'll be correct answer the only other player other than marshall faulk to have sixty five plus yards sixty or sixty rebels yards rushing sixty plus yards receiving per game over full nfl season that would be roger craig yearago way back before my time right wing quite the mid eighty forty nine is with joe montana roger craig the only other guy to do it other than marshall faulk of.

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