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Fresh update on "mccaskey" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:32 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "mccaskey" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"DC's cap and G Hood on ESPN 1000. Wyland. Sylvie George McCaskey joins us right now, through the losses to Green Bay still sting more than the other losses always go Rams, but it's not just the rivalry and I've talked to Ryan and mad about this. It's not just that I have had a strong dislike for the team up north since I was a little kid, but How you do in your division largely determines the success of your season and I would say by and large, you're in and you're out going back to when you were playing, Tom, The Packers have been the primary obstacle to success. Thank you Missed something..

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"mccaskey" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:41 min | 1 d ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And Chairman George McCaskey. And just about every bears fan out. There was disgusted by the tone and the tenor of this press conference that everything is fine. Trust the process we like where we're at. We've got good people after an eight Nate season where they backed into the playoffs, and then had it embarrassing Showing in the postseason. Here is Chairman George McCaskey on his faith in Pace and Maggie. I think it's the way they collaborate. Matt's been involved in player personnel decision since he's arrived here. Of course, Ryan has final say on the Selection and roster decisions, but it's how well they work together. Like I said they have vigorous discussions. And we think that their collaboration will result in the right decisions for the Bears. So here's the thing. Is that if you want stability Ryan Pace, man, Maggie, That's one thing. Okay? And I am a proponent of stability. I think that the way that people succeed in the workplace is if you give them a serious of expected situations, expected roles. The understandable is that doable Z and then you tell them here or the actual items. This is the structure. Here's the expectations. This is the stability and now you must succeed and achieve within that structure. So with the Bears, and they go look, we don't want to keep changing coaches and G M's. We did go to the playoffs too out of the last three years. We think there's some building blocks here. It's not all bad. Khalil Mack is phenomenal. Alan Robinson's really good. You know what we want Some of this that's fine. What I think, though you have to add to this press conferences and going eight. Nate and not having a solution. A quarterback is not okay. And they missed that part, and fans and media hate that. They hate when you turn on the garden hose, and they put it on your back and they tell you it's raining. Everything from bears land. Yesterday was great season. Great guys. Great organization were great. And the fact is, they're not that that's an alternate reality. They are not great. It's not all good. That Maggie gets credit for keeping the guys together in the middle of a season, where they had a six game losing streak. And okay, there's value there despite going on that massive losing streak and take themselves seemingly out of the playoff hunt. Rebounded late in the season and made the playoffs and being in the playoffs is a good feeling for your franchise in your for your fan base. But Matt Maggie's offense sucks. It just is sucky sucker. Tude Suck tax IQ. It's awful. Nagy, supposedly a chip off the Andy Reid block. What was he doing in all those Andy Reid meetings? Because I don't see anything that looks like the chief. I don't see anything that looks like Andy Reid. Nothing. Number two. The quarterback situations a disaster. Nick Foles was the worst starting quarterback of the NFL not named Cam Newton this year, and you could say less effective than Cam Newton because Cam Newton at least could run the football. Risky came in there, and he has not gotten better since his rookie season. So you have been able to fix the quarterback position and Ryan Pace by the way, invested a ton of draft collateral in drafting Mitra. Risky. So how do you trust his sense when he bypassed? On Patrick Mahomes into Sean watching for that guy. And you should say eight. Nate is not our standard. And the Bears have always been this cherished civic Jule football in Chicago that bears They just mean Maura than everything else combined. Yeah, The Cubs are beloved and the Bulls were great and there's tons of Blackhawks fans and it doesn't matter that they're not the Bears. It's the same thing in Philadelphia. All those other teams are great. They're not the Eagles. Bears or the Bears or the Bears. And the fact that the Bears organization consistently seems very happy and content with itself for going to one Super Bowl since 1985 You can't keep trotting out the 85 bears forever because I've got.

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Fresh update on "mccaskey" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

01:01 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mccaskey" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"He was immediately remorseful. Served a suspension. He said he would do better. And he came back and worked his butt off to try to help the team. Have a bigger problem with Anthony's rejection because they sat him down and they told them Listen. Watch out for this player. He's a punk is gonna try to get under your skin. With Darnell Mooney out. We really need you. Could be in this game and help this team and Anthony had the benefit of having seen Yvonne's experience, so I think they need to be evaluated separately. And I've got a bigger problem with Anthony's objection that I do with Japan's Is this future in doubt Because of that? It's not up to me. George, We appreciate your time you You've always been good with us on answering the questions that we have. You know how passionate waddle is, is a former player. I'm a passionate guy growing up here, So thank you for taking time. Thanks, George. Shaded both go bears. There you go, George McCaskey. We'll get marching Greco's thoughts on the interview, and I need to apologize. The Marquis and that's next. You're listeningto Waterland Sylvie on ESPN 1000, Chicago's home for Sports. Commander said. A few 100 this is God. Chicago's home for Sports is the new home of the White Sox, ESPN 1000 You hear that? Let me give it to you one.

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"mccaskey" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:41 min | 1 d ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And Chairman George McCaskey. And just about every bears fan out. There was disgusted by the tone and the tenor of this press conference that everything is fine. Trust the process we like where we're at. We've got good people after an eight Nate season where they backed into the playoffs, and then had it embarrassing Showing in the postseason. Here is Chairman George McCaskey on his faith in Pace and Maggie. I think it's the way they collaborate. Matt's been involved in player personnel decision since he's arrived here. Of course, Ryan has final say on the Selection and roster decisions, but it's how well they work together. Like I said they have vigorous discussions. And we think that their collaboration will result in the right decisions for the Bears. So here's the thing. Is that if you want stability Ryan Pace, man, Maggie, That's one thing. Okay? And I am a proponent of stability. I think that the way that people succeed in the workplace is if you give them a serious of expected situations, expected roles. The understandable is that doable Z and then you tell them here or the actual items. This is the structure. Here's the expectations. This is the stability and now you must succeed and achieve within that structure. So with the Bears, and they go look, we don't want to keep changing coaches and G M's. We did go to the playoffs too out of the last three years. We think there's some building blocks here. It's not all bad. Khalil Mack is phenomenal. Alan Robinson's really good. You know what we want Some of this that's fine. What I think, though you have to add to this press conferences and going eight. Nate and not having a solution. A quarterback is not okay. And they missed that part, and fans and media hate that. They hate when you turn on the garden hose, and they put it on your back and they tell you it's raining. Everything from bears land. Yesterday was great season. Great guys. Great organization were great. And the fact is, they're not that that's an alternate reality. They are not great. It's not all good. That Maggie gets credit for keeping the guys together in the middle of the seas, where they had a six game losing streak. And okay, there's value there despite going on that massive losing streak and take themselves seemingly out of the playoff hunt. Rebounded late in the season and made the playoffs and being in the playoffs is a good feeling for your franchise in your for your fan base. But Matt Maggie's offense sucks. It just is sucky sucker. Tude suck taxes. It's awful, and Maggie's supposedly a chip off the Andy Reid block. What was he doing in all those Andy Reid meetings? Because I don't see anything that looks like the chief. I don't see anything that looks like Andy Reid. Nothing. Number two. The quarterback situations a disaster. Nick Foles was the worst starting quarterback of the NFL not named Cam Newton this year, and you could say less effective than Cam Newton because Cam Newton at least could run the football. Risky came in there, and he has not gotten better since his rookie season. So you have been able to fix the quarterback position and Ryan Pace by the way, invested a ton of draft collateral in drafting Mitra. Risky. So how do you trust his sense when he bypassed? On Patrick Mahomes into Sean watching for that guy. And you should say eight. Nate is not our standard. And the Bears have always been this cherished civic Jule football in Chicago that bears They just mean Maura than everything else combined. Yeah, The Cubs are beloved and the Bulls were great and there's tons of Blackhawks fans and it doesn't matter that they're not the Bears. It's the same thing in Philadelphia. All those other teams are great. They're not the Eagles. Bears or the Bears or the Bears, and the fact that the Bears organization consistently seems very happy and content with itself for going to one Super Bowl. Since 1985. You can't keep trotting out the 85 bears forever because I've got a under.

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Fresh update on "mccaskey" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

02:05 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mccaskey" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"Like we could all use some cow bell after the first hour of the show. Why, just like Cal Bell Feel like I've been hit with a cow bell? Have you really do feel that I really did I say, really suck that bad early on Really bad chairman said you were back when I was I said to you guys like I was doing radio and television. Well, I was still playing cat carried your ass. Well, that's how bad you are that you don't have to kill you. Do you? Do you know how many times the £2 of disagreement and choke football owner said that you were bad? He should have seen is a player early cut four times. I thought that was a better analogy. Well, I mean, that would have been a that would have been the CEO is a job to cut you. Football guy. And by the way did what did I say? I said Ted was the president of football ops. Yeah, that's what it is. You know, he's the president of the team runs. What's it different? Twice? Not to be president of grocery store ops. When you're president. When you're president, you're president of football operations. Your president, business operations. You're president of everything There's right. So I wasn't wrong as a third party listening to the conversation. Uh, Lot of semantics being argued about there. Yeah, well, that's what that is so very great job trying to find a different way to attack the consent roaring of your questions with semantics, Right? Look, that's a trick. You bought down the the questioner with semantics instead of having to answer or explain. What can I read you a tweet? This is really good this time, buddy, and you My buddy Lewis tweets. He runs one of the bears websites to bleacher nation bears, he said. That's good semantics right there. That's very good. Yes, it went over my head for a second. You didn't really good, really good. George is behind the glass actually giggled a little bit, so they rode up about. You know a lot of the interview, they wrote up a lot about what about the Packers. How he hates losing the Packers, how he needs to get better against the Packers, and he brings up a good point. He wrote this what he tweeted George McCaskey losses to the Packers hurt more than others. George McCaskey. After watching the Packers beat the Bears 76 to 41 this year stand pat change nothing in an organizational structure that has resulted in the Bear's losing nanite of their last 10 in the Syriza's You know what I mean? Like? Do you really want to change it? Are you really upset that things are are this bad? You say you hate losing to them. You say you need to be better. You've lost nine out of 10. You lost by 35 points to them this year, And yet you say, let's stand Pat. This is why the organization that had the meeting at Lambeau after a loss. Remember? Yeah, yeah, of course I get that Virginia was. Yeah, I was angry. Piss s so So the you said earlier. Something about why? Why do you think they remain so loyal to this class? People came to me yesterday and they didn't know the Dave McGinnis story after I tweeted that early in the day, So it's 1998 the Bears Go foreign 12 again back to back for 12 years under one E one he gets fired. Michael McCaskey is running the team. He's been running the team since the mid eighties. Not a lot of fans of Michael McCaskey. Michael McCaskey puts out a coaching search 5 to 6 people. And he ends up deciding on Dave McGinnis. Dave McGinnis was defensive coordinator at that time, and he was a former Bears linebacker coach under Dica, who's a great guy loved this great guy. Great football guy gregarious. Good guy in the front for a Bears coach, and he he announced that they hired him before McGinnis signed the deal begin its was still negotiating. Salaries for his assistance, which Michael McCaskey was trying to short change him on. So McGinnis ends up walking out of the building, not taking the job total embarrassment to the Bears. Virginia's so upset up Michael, who's her blood? Her son. She basically fires him, bumps him up to the chairman position and then goes out of the family for the first time in the history of the team to Ted Phillips, first time anyone's been president of the team. Outside. That's not a house, not a McCaskey, Ted. Hires a general manager, something they did not do since the late eighties. And gets a deal with the city of Chicago to build the stadium. Michael McCaskey was hated by Richard Daley. This like big time. I believe the McCaskey's made a deal with the devil that if If Ted got a stadium built, even though it's not a great stadium that he got a job for life, So they went from not being able to hire a general manager, not wanting to which Ted did. And not being able to build the stadium because the mayor couldn't stand the McCaskey family going in getting the job done in the city limits. I believe that it's been giving Ted this no. There's no kill mentality. He cannot be killed. Ever. He is here forever. Is that Is it business talk? Yes, That's my goodness. Time. Kill pass. Is that what you're saying? Got nine lives. You can't kill him. Okay, You've got a cheat code. I got it. I got it. But like That doesn't mean you can't.

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Bears plan to keep Nagy, GM Pace for at least 1 more season

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

Bears plan to keep Nagy, GM Pace for at least 1 more season

"The Bears are keeping coach Mad Maggie and GM Ryan pace for another year. The team confirmed it this morning, Chairman George McCaskey saying Maggie and pace are growing in their roles, though he said neither received a contract extension. They also acknowledge the Bears need more production from the quarterback position, but did not go into specifics.

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Fresh update on "mccaskey" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:32 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mccaskey" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"This weekend? I know if George McCaskey was bent on he put his money on the ranch because he said, Go ram because he doesn't Like the Packers, but if you want to pick the package, you can pick the package. I don't think the blood's gonna pick the saints. You wanna pick the Chiefs You want to pick the bills. You wanna pick anybody? The Ravens, you can get 25 to 1 Odds Booth on any team to win this division around. So don't miss out on this exclusive offer up in betting football all season long on Federal Paradise Sports book. It's the easiest After use. They've got the same game parlay that you can't get anywhere else and they're live Betting is great as well. And once you win you get your winnings safely and securely in his little is 24 hours..

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"mccaskey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:41 min | Last month

"mccaskey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The president of the Bears do they need do just cut ties and go? Yeah, You've been here long enough. You're out. Move him over where it's clear that guy handles business stuff on Lee. Because it certainly hasn't worked with him at the helm of the franchise from a winds and loss perspective. 3123323776 all rights. Go to the phone lines to talk to you. Let's go to the phone lines, and we could start with George on the north side. Hey, George. Hey, how you guys doing? Thanks. Taking my calls something Hey, man, I love this show y'all and what's up with, you Know House music real quick way Don't do this, but I wish we would I wish you well, let's go. But you know what? That's why I've got my podcast going, George. Quick, Quick scenario. No scenario, but I know we don't have a shot in hell. Of producers with these two quarterback we have. I don't think we have the So the, uh the resources to get move up and get a good quarterback in the draft. Is college happen. Nick and option here is it's just a question. Colin secured the bag, and I think that he's happy away from the NFL. That's that's what I think because here's the thing. If he really want that opportunity, he would keep his foot on the pedal s O. I think George that that ship has sailed. I think he's happy. Away from the NFL. And and actually, George. He's doing Maura way from the NFL that he would be on the field because of his awareness and helping people. I think that's a positive. Agree. Yeah, I appreciate the call. George have a great day. He buys clothes for those that want to get themselves in a position to be employed by your colleague. Yeah, so I think that's It's even more meaningful. That's even more meaningful than what he does on the field. Let's go to Nikki and Fox Lake. Hey, Nikki. Hey, Hey, enough 30 years Good thirties here, and even I know that Ted Phillips is the puppet of the McCaskey's. Please come out of guys. I know. I know. You guys can't see it, but I can't. I'm hanging it up. Have a good one. What can't we can't we set Ou hung up. What can we say? What can we say? I think that he's the puppet of the McCaskey's. I think that's what he was referring to. Okay? Yeah, well, I don't understand what that has to do with this discuss, he said he's saying that he has nothing to do with it. He's not the problem. The problem is the McCaskey's. He's just their puppet. So McCaskey's are the owners of the Bears so of the Bears team. So will you stop being a bears fan? Because the McCaskey's air the owners, will you just turn your turn a blind eye? Gee organization because you don't like ownership. You'll still be a bears fan Now, when it comes to Ted Ted Phillips. We have already said Ted has should not be around football operations should be around the finance. I want him to be able to be. The conduit to get a new stadium. That's what I want from him. Because you can't. Here's the reason why I want that for the Bears because I want what they would the Cubs have your bears fan you want with the Cubs have as far as building a community around the Bears. That makes sense. Right? From a financial standpoint. Question all yours, your stores and your restaurants and that whole thing. You want that around the entertainment complex? That's what you want. That's what you want. And so I wanted to be able to do that. But I'm not sure what you're meant, Nikki, right, so make him president. Business operations and you know, new acquisitions or whatever you wanna call it. Hey, man. Where's Ted? I haven't seen him in the office. He's in Arlington Heights. Negotiating to buy Arlington Park. Yeah. And so what I want. I want George to look at it and say I will hire a football man for my football man. Correct. It's important, correct. And that's why I think you and I are in agreement. I don't know about the name like I've throughout Peyton Manning. I think he'd be amazing. But I want Louis. Riddick is my general manager. He's the nuts and bolts of were taken. Jeff Miller in the first round and Jonathan Hood is I want someone above him. Sure, that is the face of my franchise. Whoever that is, yes, 3123323776 years day. The problem with that, Who is going to choose that person? That's gonna be George. That's got to be George. But George was in the hiring processes of Matt Maggie George was in the hiring processes of Ryan Pace. George was in the hiring process of Marc Trestman. George was in the hiring process of Phil Emery like I agree with you. That's exactly what they need. They need their Theo Epstein. The major problem is the people that would choose that person to be the Theo Epstein are the same people that made all the bad choices that got us to this point, including Ted Phillips and George McCaskey. Like And you can't hire Ernie Accorsi again and outside consultant. I think it's like a chicken or the egg situation. We all agree with the Bears need. The problem is, are they going to hire the right person to fill that void? Because they've made so many bad choices. Leader why you hire a proven commodity like Tom didn't have to go to his home where he goes, Feel any good. He knew he was good. You want the world's a lifetime thing Where a guy of field Epstein's caliber is on the free agent market. There's a chance to get him like, Who's that name and football? Okay, pick pick a guy asking you like, okay, Give me a name of a guy that just so happens to be the best in the world that doing what he does, and they're old, but Ozzie Newsome is the name I'm hearing. He's having some health issues. Yeah, bring him in any way But a guy like John Schneider of the Seahawks don't want Bo Duk E. You acted in the eighties, but I don't know if one of the guys in the Dukes of Hazzard work Never watch that show. I did. Okay. I wanna make sure. Yeah, It's Catherine Bach. Um, did you own Daisy Dukes cap? I feel like an appoint. You did know my girlfriend. Oh. Anyway, I would go. Okay. Who are the Get a big White board and George's office and write down the 10 best like general manager executive types in the NFL, or the best I can to board the blood. It be hard to be able to write on it. That's what chalk is for. Why wasn't I hate for it? Every time I look, I go. Okay. Ozzie Newsome, I'm with you. Ozzie Newsome put his name up there. John Schneider, who's built the Seahawks put his name up there. John Dorsey, who's not even working for a team right now put his name up there and list the 10 best..

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Fresh update on "mccaskey" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:38 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mccaskey" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

"See you hear the passion from George McCaskey. Here is hatred for the Packers. You know, you heard the record that I gave 13 and 28 since 2000. Basically like 99 is when Ted took over. I believe that does include the 99 season when I calculated that believe that is Ted Phillips. His record is president against the Packers, 13 and 28. You know all of this. You know he wants to win, or I think that I don't know anymore. Then you throw all this stuff at him about Head and the record. And while he says he doesn't meddle E does tell you that these in charge of Ryan paces fate right? And then he consults with with Tad number one over the future of Ryan and Matt. And why don't you want to change and he just won't buy a few things here. First of all. George is always picked up the phone for us. Okay, now we put in if I'm not in my right, Adam, we asked for. We asked for George. We asked for Matt. We asked for Ryan, right? That was my Yes. I went to favor and I asked for all of it, okay? George is always the guy that picks up the phone and talks to us. We may not agree with some of the decisions last two years he has yes. Um So I'm saying, like I give him credit for that. I go give him credit for coming on. And talking with us, Um You know again, Like I said, I I I'm not necessarily in a green and green with a lot of what he says. It's the reason why I'm with you. I think what I take most from this interview is Thought that Ted Phillips isn't playing a large role with regard to football decisions up at Halas Hall, I think is a false statement, and I think that you know Yes, it's easy to say he's not involved in day to day operations. Of course he's not calling the Jets sweep toe cold come out on the goal line. Against Jacksonville. That's not Ted. Okay? Ted's also not asking why you're not giving the ball to to David Montgomery. Ted's also not asking why you chose jail and Johnson. In the second round of this past draft. I get all of that, but that's why I circled back and asked him the question. If for whatever reason, the decision needs to be made that Ryan Paces run is the general manager of this team. Who makes that decision, and his answer was Ted. So like that is all you need to know with regard to the question of whether or not Ted's involved in football decisions, right and when you say to yourself. This is a team that's been around for 101 years. The charter franchise. This is a team that for years can't win. And sustain it. They've been toe back to back post seasons in the last 25 years. 10506 Okay, very few post seasons in general, they can't get the quarterback. Right. So it's a systemic issue. It's it's year in and year out, so change that Change it at the top and who is involved in all the hiring of the football people. While he's not a football guy, it's Ted Phillips. When George McCaskey needs advice in Georgia, and minutely doesn't know a lot about football. Who does he go to? He goes to another man who doesn't know a lot about football. That to me is wrong. And when you look in the mirror when you want to evaluate your own team, and you say, Where have we missed? Why do we consistently lose to the Packers? Why do we consistently miss out on the quarterback's? Why do we not get to the playoffs More consistently? You say we've got toe Look what's poisoning the water. And while we've changed the quote football people, the one constant has been the guy who's been the president of the team. You have a professional football team. What's the most important component of your professional football team? 3 53 Man roster. What is the what? The most important component of a football team. Would suggest to you that it's the talent on that team coaches your important There's a lot of things that are important, but the talent on that team will define you more readily and more frequently than any other aspect of it. If you've got a great quarterback and good offensive personnel, you're going to score a lot of points and win a lot of games, right if you've got better players than we do. So You could then connect the dots and suggest that the general manager of the football team Is, in most instances, the most important person inside that organization. Could you make a statement for that? Yes, right. Who's in charge of hiring the most important person inside your franchise head? That guy is a football decision maker. If that guy's in charge of deciding rue your architect of your organization is that guys wielding tremendous power and if he gets it wrong? Your roster isn't gonna look very good. And whatever coach comes in isn't going to have the necessary groceries to make you a delicious meal. Right? When you're the president and your GM goes rogue. You had all the situation for that. You were the guy who hired him. You're the guy who he reports to Allowing him to go rogue in the most important decisions of your team. You know this because you've been covering this team how many general managers has Ted Phillips been part of firemen to remember. This is a team that went from Venecia at the end of the eighties till the early two thousands when they hired Angelo. Okay, so they get Ted. And Ted hires Angelo. Angela's got to tell you Run, they 10 year run. And then after Angelo, you went toe Amery, which was here for two or three years, and then you went to pace which over the last six years, and Ryan hasn't been a dumpster fire. There've been some nice elections, but overall, you've wished too often at the top of the draft and the most important component of any professional franchise. I'll are you is your quarterback and you made a drastic mistake there over six years. Ryan. Good guy. Has a record of less than that's 10 games below 500. There's nary a playoff win on his resume. The point I'm making is The guy who is then going to serve as the consultant, so to speak, or one of the loudest voices in the room with regard to hiring the next general manager who is the architect of your 53 man roster. That guy's wielding tremendous power. Yeah, we got full phone lines. Your reaction to the Ted Phillips interview. Josh. Amantino, you're on ESPN 1008 Josh. Hey, guys, good to talk to you. Listen, if this is gonna sound insane, but keeping Maggie and pace was the right decision and follow the twisted logic, But here's why Because they have done some things well. And have improved a little bit not nearly enough, but I'm not satisfied with it. But according to the people who matter As long as you're willing to admit, Hey, we fucked it that you're going to own it and not embarrass them in the media. You embarrass you embarrass us on the field. But as long as you're willing to be a stand up guy and say yes, we struggled. That was my bad. That's enough accountability for them. So the reason why they should stay is at least maybe they can do some things right? Because until George or Ted Get out of the way or changes the way they do think they were gonna hire new people that were any good anyway, right? That That's the problem. It's rinse and repeat over. They keep they keep. They keep getting it wrong over and over when they start from scratch, and it's because of the way it's been forever. It's an interesting point, Jeremy and Wheat field, Jeremy, You're on ESPN 1000. Hey, guys, How's it going?.

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Ford stepping down as Detroit Lions owner, daughter taking over

America First

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Ford stepping down as Detroit Lions owner, daughter taking over

"Ford is stepping down disposable owner of the Detroit Lions lines of an ounce of Ford's daughter Sheila Ford hamp is taking over as the team's principal owner and chairman board had been in charge of the alliance's two thousand fourteen when her husband William clay Ford died the sixty eight year old number's been one of the team's vice chairman during their mother's ownership Ford was one of four female team owners who were profiled in the documentary a lifetime of Sunday's along with Kansas city's normal hunt Chicago's Virginia Halas McCaskey and Pittsburgh's Patricia Rooney answers on the NFL Super Bowl and major events committee and the board for Detroit Lions charities

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Michael McCaskey, who succeeded Halas as Bears' leader, dies

Chicago's GameDay

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Michael McCaskey, who succeeded Halas as Bears' leader, dies

"Yesterday Michael McCaskey former bears chairman he died at the age of seventy six Michael McCaskey led the Chicago Bears for nearly three decades following the death of his grandfather George Halas died Saturday after a lengthy battle with cancer the teams said he was seventy six the bears made twelve playoff appearances and capture their lone Super Bowl title during Michael McCaskey is tenure leading the franchise he was chosen as the NFL executive of the year by his peers following the nineteen eighty five championship series he was in charge of the franchise until two thousand eleven when George McCaskey took over the team so we acknowledge Michael McCaskey and a lot of things that we're following this morning including that a sad day for the

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Michael McCaskey, who succeeded Halas as Chicago Bears' leader, dies

The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Michael McCaskey, who succeeded Halas as Chicago Bears' leader, dies

"Water bears mourning the loss of Michael McCaskey or passed away yesterday after a long battle with cancer McCaskey succeeding his grandfather Papa bear Halas as if he's president and CEO in nineteen eighty three he was in that position for the bears won the Super Bowl after the nineteen eighty five season the cast you've also founded the team's charitable arm back in two thousand five Michael Cassidy was seventy six years

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Michael McCaskey, former Chicago Bears chairman, dies at 76

Dave Plier

00:13 sec | 8 months ago

Michael McCaskey, former Chicago Bears chairman, dies at 76

"The bears say that Michael McCaskey has passed away after a lengthy battle with cancer he was seventy six years old he was the president and CEO and later the chairman of the Chicago

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Murkowski's 'Courage' in Splitting with McConnell 'Could Be Contagious'

Morning Edition

04:15 min | 1 year ago

Murkowski's 'Courage' in Splitting with McConnell 'Could Be Contagious'

"There there has has been been a a small small crack crack in in an an otherwise otherwise unified unified stance stance the the Republicans Republicans have have been been taking taking about about president president trump's trump's impeachment impeachment trial trial Republican Republican senator senator Lisa Lisa Murkowski Murkowski of Alaska spoke to local TV station KTVU years she said when she heard the Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to coordinate with the White House she was quote disturbed Makowski spoke about ascenders duty to be an impartial juror to me it means that we have to take that step back from being hand in glove with the defense Liz Ruskin of Alaska public media has covered center McAlister you for years and joins us from anchorage this morning was thanks for being here hi good morning so does this sound like the the Makowski you know yeah absolutely it does and I think that it's really just in her nature to be a centrist to seek middle ground like this and also you'll note that she's criticizing leader McConnell on process and that is very important to her sticking to procedure and tradition that's that's how she rolls well I mean anyone hearing this is probably going to get a jump to the question of how she might vote in terms of whether or not to remove president trump or or are you getting any indication of that from this I'm I know and I would think it's a it's a mistake to read too much into this criticism she's also been critical of house speaker Pelosi is handling impeachment and she's criticized our house Democrats on their process nearly to the point of saying that they've got a weak case it if we can play some tape here I've got something that senator McCaskey told me in mid December right after saying house leaders should have gone to court if they wanted to hear from witnesses who refused to appear as a consequence I think you have a record that the house will base its articles on that is perhaps not as full a record as it needs to be so that was just before the articles of impeachment came out but she seems to under cut both of them with that statement yeah although she says she so careful with her language it it sounds like and and I wonder how much always yeah that that's very much her too so can you take me back to other times that she's parted ways with with fellow Republicans in and sort of how use other things play out well sure there was the famous vote in twenty seventeen on health care when she was one of three Republicans who killed a bill to repeal the affordable Care Act and then the confirmation of justice Cavan on she opposed his confirmation on quite narrow grounds as she said his behavior at his confirmation hearing that a motion and bitterness he showed she said that was not in keeping with the code of judicial conduct but she also called him a good man kind of splitting the baby there it's also worth pointing out I think that other than Cavanah I do not think she's voted against any of president trump's judges give me that the political context for her at this moment how secure is her Senate seat in Alaska well she's not up again until twenty twenty two but it seems like a large swath of the middle of of Alaskans really admires her and you'll recall back in twenty ten she lost in the Republican primary to a tea party favorite and then one in a writing and that was with the help of a lot of Democrats and Alaska native groups are her base out she draws a lot of support from Democrats and moderate Republicans and she's proved that she really doesn't need her party to win and then she regularly aggravates both the left and the right alternately depending on her votes do you think she could have influence over this trial in the Senate I think so but I think we would see that more on votes on the rules or on whether to call witnesses alright Liz Ruskin of Alaska public media joining us from anchorage talk about senator McCaskey thanks so much really appreciate it

"mccaskey" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

9to5Mac Happy Hour

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

"They're not going to be part of it until the terms are better and that their ongoing, but they're not there yet. And then like a couple of hours later, there's this BuzzFeed news story from John mccaskey who has a long history of receiving the date and venue of apple events before they're they're officially announced and kind of a summary of what to expect from this events. And this is one of those on my story on BuzzFeed news. He said. Unlikely to make an appearance next generation air pods or that rumored new ipad, many sources described the event as subscription services focused, but declined to say anything about apple Tyndall video streaming service which also remembered to debut until nineteen and his whole headline was about the apple new service when that was just the subject of the journals report. And so there was a period where you could you could guess that. Maybe they really just gonna do an event on the new service, and like video could be a month later or a few months later or much later in the year and. Today. Bloomberg had a story that seems this seems to now down that video will be a part of the same events, which you know, that's much easier to imagine an hour long event. You know, half video how half news, you don't have to have hardware for that. It's it's big enough on its own. I guess, but when it was just news. I was thinking like, you know, there's always think maybe Apple's going to slip up and they never do. But then like, maybe this time they actually are planning this event. And they're using this leak is like pressure on the publishers to join our service, and if you.

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"mccaskey" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Time for sports with Jeff Johnny a new era of Denver Broncos football with a former bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio introduced in Denver today to the media and to the fans, but he thanked George mccaskey and Virginia mccaskey right off the top of his news conference and did so with quite the passion. And really appreciate it. Everything. The bears did for him. I wanna thank to Chicago Bears Virginia and George mccaskey for running a honorable and first class operation there. It was a great experience for me there, and I had nothing but good things and good feelings from leaving their man a gift from George mccaskey and orange Tivat. He wore at the news conference today. In Denver, also said the bears are lucky to have Matt Nagy as the head coach and Ryan pace general manager also saying that he learned a lot from Nagy being a play caller and still running the entire teams head coach something Fangio will do for the first time in his NFL coach. Life and that has been a long career indeed over three decades in this business in the NFL and the USFL around the league the Pittsburgh Steelers president art Rooney the second said, he's not gonna release Antonio Brown. But has a hard time envisioning him being with the Steelers when training camp begins next year to baseball. And the White Sox is story with the addition of John J you know, what it means from WBZ M'S, George John's are Alonzo now John Jay the White Sox signed Manny Machado is brother-in-law and good friend and former cub j but GM recon isn't buying for a moment. The two were brought in to recruit Machado players are here because of what they bring specifically both between the lines. And and in the clubhouse, we feel that they make us better in two thousand nineteen and has the potential to have a lasting impact on what we're trying to build for long-term. It's certainly a positive, but I wouldn't say it's a it's by no means a reason to acquire either player Han also said that constant rumors surrounding players such as Machado.

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"mccaskey" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"One in a million. Sports Joanie got lots going on in terms of baseball with the White Sox adding outfielder Jan j is initial news conference with the media came by teleconference today as the White Sox get to know this new acquisition certainly familiar to cubs fans as well more now, and how recon is putting together this off season from WBZ M'S George Offman coming up at four fifteen. Also, the Monte granddaughter deal in Milwaukee done eighteen point two five million dollars for the free agent catcher. And a big move by the brewers while Brian dosier expected to reach in a deal with the Washington nationals for nine million dollars. Also Friday is arbitrating in day in major league baseball. Have you buy one of those guys to be watching on that one? The NFL story today involves Vic Fangio who thanked George mccaskey and Virginia mccaskey as an honorable and first class operation a house all great experience from for Vic and a parting gift from the. For the defensive coordinator who asked George if he could throw on his gray sweats, who's fashion of choice around house hall and his introductory news conference in Denver, George said, no and gifted him something talk to George yesterday. And I said, George can I do the press conference tomorrow, and my grace wets he calls it my great business suit. He said, no, you can't do that. So he gave me this tidal aware. So this ties compliments of George mccaskey. And the Chicago Bears a bright orange tie four Vic Fangio who also thanked his parents and said the bears are lucky to have Matt Nagy and Ryan pace at the top of the organization in football operations. Hawks are off the bulls and with sports at fifteen and forty five I'm Jeff Joni act, News Radio seven hundred and one zero five point nine. I am incredibly incredibly proud to be finishing here at Saint you to be in a place where I know. My patients are going to get the top notch.

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"mccaskey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"So it was I we're here to work. I'm with you what better time to amazing. So Dan lofty was on. He talked about some pants back on. Really? For hilly. Come on. And we can't have fun when we're gonna do, right? Yeah. Wayne layer Veon and still one of the best in the business. He's phenomenal. And so. Wayne doesn't still live out in Stonebridge. Does he did for years? No, okay. I just wanna make sure I don't know. Commute. You know, he's been in Green Bay now for how long oh God, I mean forever. Can you? Tell me who the voice of the bears was before Jeff Joan EAC. It was it was way. No, it wasn't not. I was asked this question the other day, and I got it. Right. And people are like, well, no Gary bender, right? I remember that for a short period of time like a year. I got the best Christmas gift from my wife this year. Contacted the bears and Brian mccaskey who is a fantastic guy. Such a great job kind of redeveloping the relationship between the old guys in new guys and the franchise, and you know. Alumni and everything else. He's been had a heart. He was back in the day. He was one of the trainers. She was to take my ankles every day before practice, and then segue into bigger and better roles, but he helped facilitate put every game that I play and they're not fully done. They didn't have time to do it every game. I played onto a thumb drive. Oh god. So I'm go back. So on Christmas night. My kids wanted to see some of the games, and and it's funny because in some of the games they had the national broadcast tach with some of the games. It was the local was the radio broadcast. So it's Wayne it's fantastic. It's hob in its dick Butkus. Yeah. So that's an aside. But it was just really it was really very to hear those guys. So Matt Nagy told his team in a meeting look at I don't know if you've got this from chill Madden because I know they exchange ideas, all the time. But it's the same thing jelly, you're closer into long. Exactly twenty sixteen. Before the plus same deal. He said something wacky is going to happen. How we adjust to it. Yeah. We'll determine how far we go in the playoffs. Yeah. I mean, there's a lot of wacky stuff that has happened. Okay. You played in the playoffs. Yeah. How much faster? I mean. The the lights are brighter the stages bigger. The stakes are higher. I mean, it's. I don't wanna be overly traumatic. But I mean, you look you're not playing the dolphins. You know, you're not playing you're not playing the the lions you're playing a team that is there for a reason. I don't fear the eagles. But I respect the hell out of them. Do you realize what they had to do to get to where they to be in this game? They won their last three and won five of their last six and their last three. I think they beat the Rams and the Texans who were both first place team. Correct. And then Washington, and they did it with a secondary. I mean, you don't even know the names, you know, Malcolm Jiang, is you don't know anybody else because they were they've been decimated. Is it really impressive store you you respect their championship pedigree. And you respect the path they took to get here. Now with that said this bears team is better top to bottom as team doesn't always win against concern on Sunday, other than the obvious wealth. Mitch throws it to the other team. Well, I mean those. Though that I look I did a lot of work on this game today. There are a lot of things. I like I like the fact that the bears play are playing with tremendous confidence in a swagger, and they're not overwhelmed..

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"mccaskey" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"The I think you want to be at least a little concerned about the way this race is going to set up for a colonial 'cause she's a one Ron and closer the Pay's could really work against her. But I was really taken with their most recent race, Dan, first of all she was behind California gold rush standpoint, we looked at before I didn't think that race set up well for her at all, but she ran a deceptively good race. Let's look at our most recent star Keeneland valley view down towards the inside behind horses here with nowhere to go. Joe Bravo is going to make this trip workout for her somehow in the stretch. She keeps finding lanes to Theron and run. She does every move was the right one in Bravo was very fortunate because if he went the wrong way, even for a second this source would have gotten checked we see daddy's little darling. I believe. Cash over the rail all she did was return to run second in southern California with a one hundred buyer, but I love the way Colonia was able to weave away professionally through traffic and still fire on home. She doesn't have a lot of peso ever looking back and formulator Graham motion fantastic trainer. I believe is one for his last fifty it sent to Nita we're hoping he can get off the Schneide with Colonia our top selection in the American oaks criminal McAliskey from time for US heads back east. He's going to take a look at the pace projector for the east view stakes. Then we'll go to break. We'll come back for lots more handicapping. So stay right there. This is Craig mccaskey time for them US for this week's addition about of the gate and this segment I like to take a look at races with a particular focus on the time for muse pace projector, and for that reason, I went with the east view stakes being run Saturday at Akwa duct as recent. It's one hundred thousand dollar stakes race for two year old New York bred fillies going round, the one turn mile few things I want to look at on the preview page too. So you can see why picked it the pace projector is highlighted you. Notice the Red Sea details that's going to indicate that we expect the pace to be fast..

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"mccaskey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Happen, whether Dr forts who were miss Ramirez, and people are specifically named who were in the room when it happened. Can you don't interview those people that to me is outrageous that the FBI would not interview those people all of those people were not interviewed this wholly unacceptable? They weren't to be three other people that for Ramirez Ramirez story, which you can drive a truck through the holes in the story and Cory booker's not voting for him. Anyway, here's the latest Senator Jeff flake is still weighing on whether he should vote for or against Cavanaugh. It's a joke. He's a conservative judge he proved himself the nobody. He just said Jeff flake said yesterday, I read the material does nothing to corroborate any of these stories. Now, we find out that the steady friend was felt pressured to change her story and support doctor Ford, and Jeff flake is still considering on what to do on this key boat. We know that. Collins will vote to advance to tomorrow, but we'll say at three o'clock what you will do tomorrow. So Blake hasn't decided mccaskey hasn't decided mansion hasn't decided let's go to Walter listening online in Georgia. Walter. Good. What's your name? Good. Listen, I wanna make the point that out. Having heard anybody else make about day, positively found someone in that really had something happened to them. But it didn't happen by cabin. Because the reason why she hasn't given any dates times or places is because even one of those things can point somebody else half, the co-op, maybe. Who lived there at that time and find out if any parties win on gay can find. Found who took her there. They were finding that person. You're right. And they said, well, there's zero it in on July first, and they and Ford got bad. I didn't say it was July first. Well, what do you want him to do? He's looking at his calendar. The investigators want to move forward. They want to verify the story. Now, she says I have I wanted to sit down and give my therapists notes over to you and give out the documentation over to the FBI. But they didn't call gave sworn testimony. Will you holding back where you're inaccurate? You can only get yourself in trouble. If you sit down with the FBI again, that's a good theory welter, but it's just a theory. Lenny listen, WJ NC in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Lenny, hey, Brian. I wanted to shout out to New York Alamar. Okay. Go bulldogs. But so my thing is with a K crews and you talked about it with Colonel Allen west. And it's like he's on existed scare the, you know way in his opinion during a and it's kind of sad. You know, you only have a couple of guys, you know, weighing in on this. I know it's like Lindsey Graham gra- Grassley Cornyn just leadership, but they're pretty strong voices. So the vote is going to start in about two minutes. We don't know what Blake mansion and Murkowski will do we know Collins will vote to go ahead and tomorrow's vote chill announced at three o'clock today..

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"mccaskey" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Fox news. Just over an hour from now. Millions of phones across America will get a test of a nationwide alert system that's being challenged in court as unconstitutional. Fox's Johnny powers has this lie. The activist who filed a lawsuit weren't successful of getting that federal judge to stop the wireless alert test. But they do say they'll come back prepared. And they'll try again, Christine mccaskey says she is one of those people. She has a problem with the fact that individuals don't have control over getting those presidential alerts. Do not have the ability to opt out of these alerts, and we have the emergency alert system in place that has been in place, very successfully and functioning for many many years the alert will be sent to cell phones at two eighteen eastern time today. Lisa. Thanks tanya. The defense rests at the trial of a Chicago police officer charged with murder in teenagers death. Fox's japan. Also live in Chicago, Lisa. Prosecutors accuse officer Jason Van Dyke of over. Stepping his authority when he shot seventeen year old Liqun McDonald's sixteen times in two thousand fourteen shooting that Van Dyke testified he had no choice. They said, no expression. His eyes were just bugging out of his head. And in his right hand. I saw on nice police say McDonald was high in PCP slashed a police tyrant prompted nine one one calls attorneys are back in court tomorrow before the jury gets the case as Chicago police also prepare for possible, unrest, depending on the outcome. Lisa. Thanks, jeff. The Senate majority leader is still vowing a confirmation vote this week on supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. Meantime, not quite business as usual as the Senate was voting on an unrelated Bill today. There are protesters in the hall of senators are complaining about trying to get to the floor to vote. There's a lot of US capitol police lining the quarters, which is characteristic. Fox's Chad pergram on the hill for now an F B I probe of allegations against cavenaugh continues. Fox.

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"mccaskey" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:21 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Tonight on Sunday night football on NBC. The kickoff of the first game of the NFL season of your Chicago Bears as they take on the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. Patrick mccaskey's a co owner and vice president of the Chicago Bears as well as the chairman of the sports, fate international advisory board. Patsy grandson of George Halas who started with the Chicago Bears in nineteen twenty. He's also the author of many bestselling inspirational books, and we'll be speaking on the subject of sports and faith at Saint Juliana perish and Chicago and Sunday October seventh and live from the AllState skyline studios is Pat mccaskey. Good morning pet Davis. Great to be with you. Thank you very much for this opportunity. Let's first talk about your legendary grandfather, George Halas who owned the team for sixty two years. I love your story about his journey which started with a career at western electric and Chicago. Yes. On July, the twenty fourth nineteen fifteen he was scheduled to beyond the Eastland. Yeah. For the trip to Michigan city. And he was late because his brother Frank wanted him to check his body weight before he went on the trip in by the time. He got to the doc on the Chicago river, the eastern had capsized and. He was not one of the fatalities. But he was listed as one in the newspapers while van I didn't know and the next day a couple of his fraternity brothers from the university of Illinois came to his home to express condolences to his mother, and they were very surprised and delighted to see him have a mass of the door. Your your grandfather went to the university of Illinois as well. Yes, he went there in nineteen fourteen. Fifteen sixteen seventeen he lettered in football, basketball and baseball, and he was an engineering major. And he plays sports with him. He was the most valuable player in the nineteen nineteen Rose Bowl. He played right field for the nineteen nineteen New York Yankees. And tell me a little bit more about how he got into into football. After the Yankees placed him with the minor league club. He decided that he didn't want to try and be a professional baseball player anymore. So in the fall of nineteen nineteen he played professional football with the Hammond pros and on March eighteenth, nineteen twenty George Chamberlain of the Decatur starch-making company met with my grandfather in Chicago and offered him the opportunity to learn the starch business and to play sports for the Decatur Staley's. Wow. And that was the Dan, of course, that was the start of of it all so the winner of nineteen twenty two the name changed. Of course, they I they won the first of nine championships though as Staley's, right? Yes. In the fall of nineteen twenty one. There was a recession Mr. Staley gate. My grandfather five thousand dollars worth of advertising to move the team Chicago with the stipulation that the team nickname Staley's be retained for one season nineteen twenty one the bears won their first championship as the Chicago Staley's and grandchildren of Mr. Staley, sometimes wonder what their lives would have been. Their grandfather had sold the company in Catholic team. Yeah. Five thousand dollars pretty amazing. Pretty amazing now that was a big year for your grandfather too. Because within a year, he he married, your your grandmother grandma men after a long courtship. They met in high school. She was a fan of an from an opposing high school and she heckled. My grandfather Ali was pitching and they met after the game and then work at western electric together. And eventually got married while your grandfather was quite in optimist. I mean, he really made it through a lot. It was important to be an optimist when he was here because he saw the country and help the country through two world wars and the depression. Very difficult for the first forty years of the bears existence to survive. And the big breakthrough was the television contract in nineteen sixty where all the revenues from television were shared equally. Among each of the NFL teams, regardless of the size of the market even going to games since you were like five years old training camps since you were seven love that. You're Notre Dame high school alum right in in Niles. My son's at Notre Dame and you played football in high school. I did I was on the nineteen sixty six learning. High school varsity football team that won every game by an score thirty eight to nine now at some point you were told you couldn't play football anymore. I was on my way to Cheshire academy. A prep school in Connecticut together another year playing experience and my eye. Doctor asked me how much is your football career important to you. And I said it's very important. And he asked is it so important to you that you'd risk losing your. Site. I replied, no. Yeah. And for football, which was obviously a major influence in your life. How did that make you feel at the time? My father, and my grandfather were very helpful. My father said that everybody has something wrong with them. Everyone's handicap is different because each of us are unique. And when we are strong in an area in which others are weak. We our brother's keeper. In. My grandfather said it doesn't matter. What you do as long as you excel. So I ran cross country at Cheshire kademi in and worked out very well for me. Now, even around football all your life. You started working for the beers. How did their journey begin for my last two semesters at Indiana University? I lived in sorority was seventy ladies as their caretaker. That's not a bad gig. Remember, you telling us for not a bad gig. And I gave that up to work for the bears while that's a big sacrifice. A big sacrifice. When you started working with the and seventy four who is the big player at the time who was the star player. We didn't have any. Yeah. It was about a year later that you that you brought Walter on. Right. A year later we drafted Walter Payton in the first round. And he was a tremendous player for thirteen seasons. Best football player I've ever seen. What was your job at the time that you started with the bears? You know, what did you do? Exactly. I started out in the ticket office as an assistant and that was until training camp. I went to. Campus the publicity assistant. When my father introduced me to the bears press Corey asked me would you like to show these guys some of those poems you've been writing? I replied not at this time. Okay. Okay. Okay. You became PR director for the bears. Yes. In one thousand nine hundred eighty two and nineteen eighty three and director of community involvement director of special projects and you still handle special projects the bears. Yes. I do. Yeah. And in Chicago. Bears a board member as well. I wanna take you to move from being in the ticket office to being the team's board member. I mean, what was the span of it? Well that was about thirty years. I guess. Yeah. So I mean, you work your way up. I mean, that's how this family works. This isn't just because you have a name behind you that you do that. I mean, you work your way, and you work hard in what you do is. That's very important my grandfather, and my parents, and my uncle monk stressed the importance of due diligence. Of course, football and faith one of your books, of course, are focused on the subject. It was part of your grandfather's success was bringing faith in the football. Yes. He. Is in the sports faith hall of fame. He was a man of faith and a man of prayer as father Bannet, the president of Saint Joseph's college Rensselaer, Indiana described medicine general, it was very important to him. He didn't talk about it. But he certainly lived at very strongly. You have a story about the original. Meaning which is now the National Football League. And and then what has been put together as the ten commandments of football. Yes. The original. Meaning for what is now the National Football League took place on Friday September seventeenth nineteen twenty. At Ralph Hay's help mobile car showroom in canton, Ohio. That's why the pro football hall of fame is located. There's of course, there weren't enough chairs for hey in house, and the other founding fathers, so they sat on the running boards of the cars the ten commandments of football. One football's a wonderful game there's blocking and tackling and much much more being through the Asiatic to weddings births and.

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"mccaskey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eighth. Mccaskey route eighty? In New Jersey how's it looking we got some trouble with a crash. Being reported. Eastbound on route eighty. In total watch us past forty six delays. Are building over in New York we have a crash blocking the left lane, on the westbound southern state Parkway as you approach the split for the cross island, and the built Parkway that's slowdown begins at Franklin avenue and a crash on the. Eastbound Jackie Robinson approaching Myrtle avenue those delays. Go back to cypress hills road let's. Take a look at it delays the northbound hutch is a. Slow ride into the cross county we have delays both ways over on the cross Bronx between. Rosedale and the George Washington. Bridge the Deegan is a mess pretty much both ways between the cross Bronx and the triborough bridge slowing up southbound on the Harlem river drive from the Madison Avenue bridge to one hundred sixteen and then over in queens LIE eastbound you're slowing for MAURICE. To. The Grand Central belt Parkway slowly westbound You make your way past the airport the northbound. Fan wicked slow? From the Parkway into hillside and we have the inbound Ghana's with the. Usual shenanigans. A slow ride from. The prospect expressway to the Brooklyn Bridge and. We're seeing some stop and go traffic each way over on the Biki between, the Manhattan bridge and the Kosciusko taking a look at the crossings upper East River, crossings looking good and the midtown crossings doing fine quits that the tunnel and Queensboro. Downtown crossing the Brooklyn bound Brooklyn Bridge is. Your slower choice no delays on the. Verrazano either level or either direction everything moves well on the. New Jersey Staten Island connectors and the George Washington Bridge Holland and Lincoln tunnels crossing the Hudson. Both ways also in great. Shape.

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Poisonous 9/11 dust has given almost 10,000 people cancer

WCBS Programming

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Poisonous 9/11 dust has given almost 10,000 people cancer

"As he's seventeen th anniversary. Of the nine eleven attack approaches we are dealing with a grim. Reality. According to the post nearly ten thousand? People, have gotten cancer from toxic dust at ground zero No more than, seventeen hundred responders have died so far and those. Living with cancer face ongoing struggles and advocate for WTC responders say it is tough, to realize that nine eleven is still. Killing people seventeen years. After the towers went

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"mccaskey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Minutes on the agency mccaskey problems on the FDR that's. Got a crash being reported, northbound FDR drive at thirty four the laser, back to fourteenth and we've got a crash on the Brooklyn Brooklyn Bridge those delays stretch back to the FBI drive. At the Williamsburg bridge and a crash on the westbound BQ we, just before the Kosciusko those. Delays go back to queens boulevard New Jersey expect heavy delays eighty eastbound, roadwork. Closes one to two lanes approaching twenty one in, Newark George Washington Bridge has construction on, the northbound upper level two left lanes around till ten. Tomorrow heavy delays and police activity, on the. Bridge jersey bound lower level has one lane closed heavy delays go back to the, cross Bronx on the New York side at the Bronx Parkway and on the jersey side back to four and the Queens-bound Queensboro bridge has. The outer roadway closed that's been causing heavy delays as well that's out there six our next traffic report at less. Than ten. Minutes on WCBS and let's check out the, forecast I'm meteorologist Michael cine has our update, partly cloudy tonight warm and humid overnight, with areas, of fog late. Low seventy Four degrees hot and humid, tomorrow with a mix of sun and clouds high ninety warm and muggy Sunday night low seventy five Monday plenty of sunshine hot and humid. Monday high ninety three Tuesday still hot and humid with mixed sun and clouds high ninety Wednesday mostly cloudy with a. Thunderstorm or. Two high eighty six Thursday, clouds and some, sunshine a shower thunderstorm possible high again eighty, six on Thursday And right now we're at eighty. Degrees clear skies at central park WCBS news time eleven twenty. Governor Cuomo, firing back at. The are a after the group filed suit claiming it has been blacklisted by the Cuomo. Administration here's Mike Schuermann and, the NRA are a bunch of. Bullies in my opinion molly's no no no says the RA we're being put out of business by that man governor Andrew Cuomo could've put them out of business. I would have put them out of business twenty. Years ago all right here's the issue the NRA started an insurance company, called Kerry guard case, a member, shot and killed someone critics call it murder insurance and the governor called it illegal you, bandit the, NRA now says it. Can't get insurance because other companies. Are blackballing of, the NRA, goes bankrupt and goes on to the next world. The afterlife I, will remember them in my thoughts and prayer I want, you to know that the, NRA has filed a federal lawsuit claiming the black ball Violates its first amendment rights in Melrose Bronx Mike sugarman WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty the. City is overhauling how it deals with, bullying in schools we get more from WCBS. Reporter Mike smelt city cannot ignore bullying complaints Jim Walden the lawyer representing the parents and the lawsuit that got this settlement says the. New rules on bullying gives the power back to all the parents of the more, than, one. Million city public school students they have a right to have an investigation, completed in a timely way they have a right. To file to their own complaint they have a right to. Ask for. Safety transfer if. Their child continues to feel unsafe in schools that safety transfer is a significant change from. The old way of doing, things under this settlement the department. Of education must comply with the parents request to move their kid to another school if they're Kate is consistently bullied better records will now also be kept concerning. Bullying incidents and parents will be able to submit. Bullying complaints through an electronic system which should remedy the issue of parents, who in the.

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Twitter suspends over 70 million accounts in two months

WCBS Programming

01:26 min | 2 years ago

Twitter suspends over 70 million accounts in two months

"Tipster being rewarded eighty seven fifty each time kelly waldron w cbs news radio eight eighty twitter is getting rid of bots so far they've been suspending about a million accounts today it's part of an ongoing purge to crack down on propaganda fabricated stories and other suspicious activity larry magid is a consultant for cbs news many of these accounts that are being taken off line are actually fake accounts or bought that autumn medically tweet in some cases thousands of times a day motivations can be economic but they can also political including four and attempts to try to influence american elections from the president took to twitter to offer his thoughts on the purge he says will the new york times and washington post be removed for using anonymous sources that quote in my opinion don't exist wcbs news time eight eighteen that means it's time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eighth we start with traffic and soon mccaskey path train's have begun weekend construction that will take four months closing various stations this weekend the exchange place and we'll trade center stations are closed heading out roadways checking on delays westbound heavy on the cross bronx rosedale to the george washington bridge eastbound delays from the alexander hamilton to grand concourse and that's county we're seeing a sluggish ride on the westbound southern state parkway from newbridge road to baldwin road and the lie sluggish westbound in queens from the clearview to maurice for heavy on.

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"mccaskey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"On the road sears soon mccaskey all right well we are going to start off in new jersey where we have an accident on the garden state parkway northbound south of exit one forty five to eight eight east orange the right lane is blocked delays on the northbound side are back to seventy eight and rubbernecking delays on the southbound side are back to bloomfield avenue in rochelle park earlier we had a crash that brought down a poll and route seventeen southbound by central avenue that has the right lane closed delays are back to century road in new york still clearing an accident from the cross bronx eastbound near white plains road exit five in the bronx the right lane is blocked delays or wreaking havoc on the new york bound george washington bridge and the belmont stakes has southbound cross island parkway backed up from hamster turnpike to the whitestone bridge northbound delays from the southern state parkway to hamster turnpike and we have road at work out there causing delays eighty four westbound in connecticut between newtown in danbury westbound on the merritt parkway through weston and new canaan new jersey eastbound on the extension liberty state park westbound delays well do to road work on seventy eight through bloomsbury our next traffic update on the ten minutes on wcbs and out of the wcbs weather center steve travis looking at a pretty nice day and pretty nice night tonight yeah i think so for the most part especially the farther north you go skies we'll turn cloudy as we go through the night tonight can see a shower or two late but the best chance will be south of the city a low of sixty four cooler tomorrow and tomorrow night i had a bit of rain around again especially south of the city high of seventy three upper sixties on the beaches will fall too low fifty eight tomorrow night we'll dry out for monday's clouds break for some afternoon sun a high of seventy three that i stay on tuesday as well a high of seventy six we sunshine right down temperatures across the state area range from seventy three and farmingdale to eighty three and bridgewater seventynine in midtown foaming too low of sixty four tonight i mean urologists steve travis in the wcbs weather center wcbs cbs news time five ten environmental advocates.

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"mccaskey" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That the team supports the nfl's new national anthem policy but they acknowledge that the issues behind protests and plot and they applaud players social activism so the kinda every line there yeah both ways don't touch this and a little touch of that everyone's right you're both right right can we move on and have a look houses now kill ya house row conduit yeah whatever all right now here's what mccaskey told reporters that the first players who took a knee did it for a purpose i players to take a knee during the national anthem did soda bring attention to issues police misconduct and social inequality these are legitimate issues that deserve discussion and action as a country we can do better as part of the founding fathers charge to us two or more perfect union commissioner goodell said very well and it bears repeating it was unfortunate that onfield protests created a false perception among many thousands of nfl players were unpatriotic this is not and was never the case wasn't false perception of many it was a it was a an enforced perception of one it was was the commander in chief of the united states saying that he the commander melter i should say some commanderinchief of me no boss me man the you know you had the commander in chief of the military the president's saying that's what that was this was this was a direct insult to the troops themselves and and and continuing to to make that point over and over and over and over again at sometimes fair rather aggressively and so that's where the misperception was but it does seem to me that it is possible you can say likely that the the president was doing that because it was a political wedge issue that he was wearing and he did when he talked about let's get some of those bs and firearm and tell them all that yeah you just wonder what's going to happen for two players that defy this policy teams said they'll cover finds things like that mccaskey was asked about that today he says they still haven't decided on what they'll do for individual team enforcement or anything like that nfl has a lot of fish.

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"mccaskey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The nfl lives in one mindset and they do it what pleases them that's really what the mindset is commissioner roger goodell and the other owners including the mccaskey's they're ignorant what they are ignorant about is players representing their city representing their neighborhood and their country by protesting the ongoing never ending violence and police brutality cases that we see on the news on your social media page on a weekly basis when you live in the land of pleasantville and you turn a blind eye to what said and you don't have the discussion with the players association edicts like this are rendered let's hear from roger goodell the commissioner of the national football league because in a statement released by the league team motors decided that starting the season players can stay in the locker room during the national anthem if players take anita protests say on our in black and brown people being unjustly shot by law enforcement roger goodell can potentially find both teams and players the thoughts from the commissioner we made modifications to our anthem policy we did that this morning after a great deal discussion yesterday again this morning it was unanimously adopted by the club's several hundreds of here they're going to give you their perspective but from our standpoint this is a great opportunity to continue that partnership with our players and keep the focus on the progress and the programs that we think are so important in the communities were proud of that support and we think that that's how change is really going to be made clearly our objective is a league into all thirty two clubs which was unanimous is that we want people to be respectful national anthem we want people to stand that's all personnel and make sure that they treat this a moment in a respectful fashion that's something that we think we oh we have been very sensitive and making sure that we get players choices but we do believe that that moment is an important moment and one that we going to focus on there is roger goodell the commissioner of the national football league you know i thought that eric at home from pro football weekly hit it right on the head because he wrote the peace and says by the end of the.

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"mccaskey" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mccaskey" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"On about everything so that's what's going on with donald trump let's go on a little bit too secretary of state mike pompeo is officially our secretary of state he went in with a lot of steam he had a lot of momentum going into this vote six democrats voted in favor of mike pompeo's nomination the total vote was fifty seven to forty two those six democrats claire mccaskill for example heidi heitkamp joe mansion up for reelection and those are all states they come from states that are trump country that went for donald trump mccaskey's in very difficult race against this guy howley joe mansion looks like you'll most likely pull that out in west virginia he has thirty five percent of the republican support so that's pretty good for a democrat and of course heidi heitkamp they're out of north dakota again big time trump country so they've got a tight rope to walk politically they're like the frenchman who walked between the two twin towers it's it's windy up there and they've got to be politically very intelligent in order to not fall off the cliff and commit political career suicide also donald out of indiana angus king my man i love aengus king is the longest independent in the senate and he mostly caucuses with the democrat he did also go with pompeo as a well so there was a lot of again support for my pompeo going forward with the success that we've seen regarding kim jong un north korea the talks that he had with kim jong un over easter again it's definitely not all donald trump it's not all pompeii oh to say the least south korea and china have played a huge role cannot be overstated the size of the role that those nations have played in beginning to have peace talks with north korea but we do have to give some credit where credit is due the us's position of reversing strategic patience seems to have paid off at least momentarily so hopefully things go in the right direction regarding north korea.

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