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"nick foley" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Don. The opinions of the host Saad. Katie WN are their own do not necessarily reflect the views of this station, its management, or Beasley Media Group. It's time for the USC Trojan football report presented by the south point hotel and casino. Let's join co tarbey hide and Chuck as as they provide live analysis of SE football the Pac twelve conference and the latest college football action of the day. About club. Ronald here's a part of the way all of the way a little bit nervous because it's the big game tomorrow. And it's game. Even as when I was a coach, I couldn't sleep very, well, I used to tell all the players. Make sure you get your sleep on Thursday night Friday night, you're going to be a little bit restless, but it's a Saturday night. And of course in Atlanta. The town is jumping the players are in bed, and they're trying to sleep and they're going over their minds all the different blocking assignments and reads that they have to do against the deepest defensive defenses that they pays it. Also, the defensive guys are trying to look at the is it recognize everything that's going on. But we want to welcome you. We wanna think that south point hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada for the sponsorship show chosen football report. We're with you every Saturday night. We're now starting our new hourly show, we went thirty minutes. During the month of January. And all of a sudden we said do ourselves. We can't get it done in an hour. Football season goes years or year round? There's so many things happening at USC. Let's continue at all year round from nine to ten PM Chuck as joins us Chuck. How are you? A little nervous before tomorrow. Coach gotten you prepared. I'm ready to go. You know, I liked that January. We had a little off season conditioning program, and we're able to get our win. They get our conditioning back. And now here we go in segue. How appropriate is the night before Super Bowl when we spent so many traditional Super Bowl eat together in the great city of Las Vegas that. We're here talking football again in twenty nineteen. It's a great honor and very excited about all the topics that are on the table tonight. I'll tell you if you're not in Atlanta, you're in Las Vegas. Believe me. It's crazy everybody. I've talked to everywhere. I was this week. Everybody was saying they're coming. What's the weather like their excitement and the city of Las Vegas. And of course, this excitement all over the world as far as somewhere around one hundred million people will watch this game tomorrow and watch the fifteen hours or twelve hours a pre game activities along halftime, the special talent at halftime to watch all the. Commercials that by the way, when you watch these thirty second commercials this year. Well, it went up three hundred thousand dollars last three years. It only costs you five hundred thousand dollars for thirty seconds spot this year, it's five hundred and thirty thousand dollars jockey, remember back. You've always talk to me about it. Nineteen sixty seven with the first Super Bowl in the Coliseum. Where tickets went for twelve eight and six dollars a piece and they're going for anywhere between six hundred twenty eight hundred dollars a piece where two miles game in Atlanta. So a lot of things happen. And by the way, everyone out there who was the most valuable player in the Super Bowl last year or who played or how many of you could tell me what the score was. Well, I'll tell you what we're getting ready right now. And who cares what it was? But Nick Foley was the most valuable player, and it looks as though they're gonna keep him. Again. The eagles for this coming year and pick up somewhere around a twenty million dollar contract. I don't know if he's going to be a backup or not. But they sure do win with Nick Foley, Chuck. What about some of the memories you have about the big game our times in Vegas coach? I'll tell you. You know, this is an event that I'm proud to say I watched every one of the super bowl's all fifty two years. I'm telling my age a little bit on that. But youngster growing up I couldn't wait to watch the game. And then with that Sports Illustrated come next week, and they would break the game down in pictures. But I love being around people who have had experience and coach, you know, one of the things we do for radio shows as you together at all star team. But it was the head football coach offensive tackle. Or it was a quarterback or tailback or defense in back place kicker punter. You had a Bali, and then they could really give it from their perspective. And I think that's a great thing. About football. You have so many different constituents in regards to playing a game. There's sweet teams you the special teams, which are so important the offense and defense, and then you put that together with the coaching staff philosophy. It really is quite interesting to get inside the minds of these people who prepare all year. And then you just tell them it's another football game isn't just another football game. I don't think so I don't think so to all of you out there. You're listening to our Trojan football report, we'll be getting to USC football. And some of the players that'll be playing in the big game tomorrow. But yet Chuck there's a lot of the lot of tradition and a lot of people who enjoy coming to us Vegas, or wherever you might be out there, you're going somewhere tomorrow, I know somewhere during this week someone out you where are you going to be for the Super Bowl game? Are you gonna be at all your family coming over? I go in somewhere else. Are you going to baguettes how you're going to the south? Boito don't Saito, by the way, Chuck one of my ex coaches who I met when I spoken at the in Atlantic City. My club Bharti is a special guest this weekend at the south point hotel and casino. He was like a for me, then became recruiting coordinator for me at UNLV. And they went on with the San Francisco forty Niners worked for Bill Walsh got two Super Bowl rings there. And I think he picked up three with New England. But now, he's doing radio and promotions. He's over at the south point. He's working over there with Brent Musburger and a broadcasting. So a lot of you out there. If you remember Mike Lombardi, it's been a GM that raiders the Broncos worked with the Cleveland Browns. I mean, he's been around the block is then such a great job. And we can't go where all of our coaches have been and and south of our players. But I know Randall Cunningham, I text him and spoke. With him today. Sam farmer from the times, I even got a text today from David Baker was executive director of the NFL hall of fame. What do you think about the hall of fame class that went in because let's talk about a guy that came to patching a quarterback? You got out a jet in Dallas flu outspoken Tahseen quarterbacks. And then went back why? 'cause you asked him Gil Brandt gets going, the hall of fame coach, you know, Gil Brandt forever. What are your thoughts as a contributor going into pro football hall of fame? I'm excited about that. Not only did he speak at Pasadena quarterback club. When I was coaching my first year at UNLV, you know, all players say about having a dream of playing in the NFL. So what I did at one of our early meetings. I had black Brant fly in from Dallas. He was with the Dallas Cowboys and he spoke to the UNLV team. He spoke to them about what it takes don't worry about that. Now worry about taking care of your grades worried about what you need to do. And then some day you would have. That opportunity maybe to be drafted Gill. Brad. Congratulations to him. I'm so proud of him going in. If you remember last year, Chuck we were talking about Terrell Davis who played at lobbied state for us. Both you and I were there at Long Beach state. He went into the NFL hall of fame. So we congratulate him so it's so great to seek dreams and memories come to not just for the NFL hall of fame that was announced today. But for the guys playing the game and for the guys that remember it the guys get get the rings and the whole package and the way they've changed the NFL hall of fame. David Baker is such a great job there. There's so much planning so much into it that it's not really a game any longer. Chuck. It's in a bet that goes on and on and on it's been well wedding. The NFC championship game is exciting. When in the AFC championship game is exciting. You need to three days to calm down for that. At all of a sudden, you gear up for the big. Game. And I'll tell you. It's not an easy thing to do. You know, coach. I know you your meticulous planner. You have your game plan. You like to know what offense you run? And what defense you're going to run when the buses are going to get here. You got your calendar? Book out you got it ready to go because. Six twenty twenty two Super Bowl comes back to Los Angeles LA's stadium in Hollywood part. That's going to be the new ramp Zanu out by L A X right across from the forum where you'll Hollywood park used to be coach the party is gonna come to LA. And again when that happens we get through that one. It hasn't been announced yet. But imagine what the world will be like when it if and I'm optimistic guy. Super Bowl comes the Las Vegas. Coach. Would that not be the greatest conversing of everything possible in the known world entertainment the Vegas strip? Everybody becoming a Vegas for that Super Bowl. Well, it'll be a different experience jock guy in other cities. They have to create things to do for the period of time. But in Las Vegas, you'd have to create any things to do their shows. There's music there's all the different activities, there's gaming all. All the things that fans can do for the entire week and be a part of it. And then they conclusion of it, of course is the game. How fabulous will that be? And you know, there's no city that can put on an event like the city of Las Vegas only Las Vegas can put on an event that nobody else can do believe me when I drove by the new building this week the raiders stadium. I looked at that the way it hovers over the three-way their fifteen I'd say my goodness. Can you get any closer to the freeway? It's absolutely beautiful. And when the Super Bowl comes a lot say, maybe it'd be be amazing. I remember about ten years ago. And I'm sorry, we're rambling on so much about the big game. And we haven't got the Trojan football yet. But I remember that put together a kicking contest at Caesars and what it was about. Because I was having with Mike Lancer former player mind who the all time ladies kicker score. For the Los Angeles Rams at Caesars, and we were bringing in every single place kicker in the NFL except for the to play in the big game the Super Bowl and about three days before we were gonna have this contest we build a field. We were gonna have it on national television. We have the television rights sold the NFL niche. So it just shows you, but they did want game as far as being a part of the NFL. But now when you look at the raiders in Vegas, the things that are going on in Vegas. Some of the casinos attaching themselves to the NFL that it is. So big now, and so exciting that can you imagine when the big game calms allots Vegas, and how big that it's going to be worldwide. One hundred million people who'd be watching the game approximately tomorrow, there might be more. The ratings will be awesome. Everybody would wander when lap with that the handle how big is that gonna be all the props now that they? They have over four hundred props. There are so many different ways to get involved in the game. And then of course, watch the game. And you know, some people don't even care who wins it just a party it just a great great experience. But Chuck, we gotta take a short time out. We went over a little bit. And when we come back, we'll talk about USC Trojan football again, I'm Harvey. Hi with Chuck Hayes before we take this break and a lot of you might still be on the road approaching Vegas. It's w might be leaving Vegas. But right there on interstate fifteen at exit twelve which is about twenty.
"nick foley" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Air date may sixteenth two thousand thirteen on this episode. You're gonna hear Terry. And Steve talk about Terry's time and EC w how that titan. With Steve's tenure and extreme championship. Wrestling also talk about Terry being way world champion, and how that came to be, you know, how he was selected to go over Jack Brisco, and there is some ramifications of that as well as how being ended we will champion affected his life at home, also tears got some stories and reflections about Nick Foley, dusty Rhodes, RIC flair talking about his philosophy on wrestling promos, and they do reference a book Terry put on a book originally in two thousand and six called Terry funk more than just hard core. Leave it was released on paperback in two thousand twelve Steve guy a chance to get a handle on that. And they do reference a few times I've read the book, it is an excellent book definitely worth your time. They talk about the promos. There is a section in there. We're Terry describes his process just how some of his famous promos came to think about the time him Jerry Lawler wrestled in the empty arena. It's a pretty good read if you can get a chance to check that out. I would highly recommend doing that. So today. Steve Austin history today being January twenty second on a smackdown. Taping in two thousand and two in north Charleston. South Carolina Steve Austin pinned Booker T. And that's it for today and Steve Austin history. Join us again on Thursday, we'll have another piece of Steve Austin history to share with y'all looking forward to that. Thanks for listening, folks. Stick around coming up. We've got Steve Austin with the hardcore legend himself Terry funk on a classic episode of the Steve Austin show..
"nick foley" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Three let's up the for a second Elliott. Your parks is just posted on our website. But he just says Elliott's one of the best football rates in America knows that that. Yeah. And Elliott doesn't always go with the grant now RIA, what is he writing right now about Nick Foley need foles on the roster in twenty nineteen. Doesn't mean he should be the starter. But it does has everything to do with the player likely to be the starter. Obviously Carson Wentz and talks about he also says that, you know, financially, they can fit it in here, which I'm you know, there's never mind who's the star that once enfolds agrees to be a backup when he could get in a bidding war to get ADT starting job just telling you what why are you? Question me, really, I'm gonna say something. Now, that's gonna make you think less of me. It's really impossible is not I'm over phones. Air moving over foles. So when skits injured around game. Right. How I'm all the false. Are you all the false? Yeah. It's time to go. It's time to me. Was winning similar open receivers that he can't you can't even suggest? I mean, Elliot. Jesting? He can't even because basically in the locker room foles, basically said what I wanted to hear from him. Yeah. I'm going to be a starter. Yeah. So now Eliot saying buddies deep down he'd rather be here problem is with this team is if you do bring him back, you do you will have a faction locker room that believe they can win with him. Yeah. You can't bring him back. Yeah. I think I speak for the whole city. We're over..
"nick foley" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Just like Tom Brady came up a couple of million. Perplexed. Marquel? Marco by appreciate a man. I I'm sure of this Christians like money just as much as non Christians like you're a Christian, those those churches don't get built. Yeah. Yeah. Nick foles legs money. Thing. He does could he could not blame for free. Chris Chris long is the only one I know plan for free. Yeah. No doubt. No doubt. We started the show with that. We got into some of this other stuff, and it's fun. Let's get back into it. As we get into our uninterrupted sports conversation for nearly one hour, and it was a great conversation earlier. What is Nick foles? I think that's the biggest thing with this conversation that we have when I asked the question like damn. How could you move away from Nick foles based on the success that he's had the last two years when I think the question you have is. Well, what is he what is Nick foles, isn't is Nick foles a bona fide starting quarterback in this league. That can do what we've seen over the course of a year for years. Do you expect Nick foles to be this good for the rest of his career? That's the question that we asked you on Twitter, Marsh Reese, WIP and on the phone lines at eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four is he can he be this kind of a quarterback if he leaves here any goes to his new team. The you can't here's what I'm saying. When I state that I think he can I'm not saying, I think Nick foles is going anywhere else and winning Super Bowls. I don't believe that. I would be surprised there are a lot of great quarterbacks that have played in his league. Plenty of never won a Super Bowl, right? There are some that only got one right? And there are a few that one multiple Super Bowls. Everybody doesn't win multiple Super Bowl. So just because you show the ability to win one doesn't mean you're automatically about the wind Super Bowls from here on out. We brought up examples Aaron Rodgers their won his early in his career. He may could you if I told you when Aaron Rodgers won the Super Bowl body told you at that point a decade later Aaron Rodgers a would not have won another Super Bowl, but we're not even have played in another Super Bowl, which you a believe me. No, no one would have. And that's my point about Nick, this doesn't mean what Nick has already done. But it isn't a guarantee for what the future is going to be. And I know there's no guarantee Carson is gonna win. But what I'm saying is if your feelings of only change because of that small window about Nick, you gotta step away from that small window and say, okay, if I was unattached from this. Meaning if I'm enough. Another team. How do I view Nick foles? Do I think Nick foles and coming here and do what he did in Philadelphia here? Yeah. And that's that's a question out. There teams are pondering. What do you pay him? Do you pay him? Like he's in a league quarterback. I would say this. The fact that Kirk cousins gonna make the playoffs could actually hurt Nick foles. Because someone may say well we had questions about Kirk cousins. And we knew he wasn't really a twenty eight million dollars a year quarterback. There is no certainty with Nick foles even with him having won a Super Bowl already. There are still questions. We of course. So do I want to pay him twenty plus million dollars for multiple years, and Nick foles has done well in this role? What happens in Nick foles when he becomes the man when he signed and put on billboards enshrouded out in front of the media. And it's like here's the franchises savior, ladies and gentlemen. Nick foley. Yeah. It's different than coming in even in the Super Bowl as being the backup. Yeah. A lot more pressure. It is listen, I think you can do it and see what again won another Super Bowl. I can't see here and say, I hope he does this year. I hope he does when a Super Bowl. I hope he does. I just I don't believe it. And so what is he is? He what we're seeing right now, which is championship level caliber quarterback. I think he's a playoff quarterback sixty two percents say he's not he's not as good as we're seeing right now, which is somewhat surprising. That is a little surprise eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four or is what we're seeing from Nick foles is this it is he legit. We'll take your phone calls uninterrupted sports conversation for nearly one hour starts, right? After this marks Reese,.
"nick foley" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Like you've been a fan for all these years. They're gaining in. They're making money off of you. And guys like me. So never feel sorry for I feel for the players because they have they don't have any any not substance. They don't have any guarantees unless you're quarterback. Get hurt us over is over. It's done is done in. That's not fair to these guys. So I do understand beyond, but it'd be hard for me in my prime to just sit out a whole year football in my. Crap that would be tough for me. I thank you. My man. Appreciate your call. A little bit more about the Steelers here this year Dion. What have you seen outta them? Like why the ups and downs? Like why why haven't they bit as consistent as we've kind of expected them to be this year? The still is that we've known in history. Is the defensive Steelers not a offense of Steelers. Now of a sudden we have offense of Steelers that don't do not focus on the defensive Steelers all the Super Bowls were attained by a dominant defense not offense is going to put up thirty or forty in come down with a second minute left on the clock in the band is to bring you back. If you don't throw a pick in the red zone. That's who they've become. They wanna throw throw throw throw throw throw throw not focus on the physicality of the Pittsburgh gay. And that's always been run play tough defense stopped the raw dominate amona pass have some pass rushers cannot be blocked. That's not the Steelers. We know. But are they just adapting to how NFL played now or shouldn't a debt you should be who you are? You should Bill your team to compensate for what you don't have in just be who you are in dominated with what you do. They have adapted. They have adapted in they're not defensive-minded anymore. That's what's wrong with the Steelers in you need to go. You wrote of success goes through eighty four. It goes to eighty four. Now the other way around do you think Ben Rothlisberger can still win a Super Bowl and be that high-caliber quarterback? Yes is a lot come to come was with bans going drama king bins gonna throw several people under the bus and in drag them and run back over with the bus. But that's just who ban is. This'll been is. But he can throw it. Let's go back to the phone lines line six Mike, Stefan Tucson wants to talk. Cowboys. Brian was doing both their man good question. We all know, Jerry. It's pretty involved with his players. Most of the coaches of quarterbacks. Do you think that Jerry would actually take paying back out over taking care of that sweet defense that we're seeing first of all imitates Jerry Jones Jerry Jones is gonna make the best decision for his team to win. Jerry does not get as involved as you think he does Jerry wants to win at all costs. If you come up with a plan that allows him to feel the so he's getting competitive edge or he's going to get the correct person to put him in the driver seat to get to the Super Bowl just desk. What Jerry desires Jerry is a winner. He's a bona fide guy who wants to win at all costs. Dak is his guy his quarterback. I don't see anybody else on it rostered. It is. I don't see too many around league that can come in. And do a better job for the Dallas Cowboys that that's about like when Nick Foley comes out. Yep. But then you gotta you gotta see who he is in that system. Once again is that system fitting for Nick foles is he that type of guy you you just don't know these are system guys, Nick foles. Remember, Nick foles had a shot once before when he was debt gut, and where did he go was it DRAMs where where did he went to the Rams and got a shot somewhere like that? And it didn't pan out. Well, they need to back seat. Now. He's back. Yeah. So I mean, he didn't look great at beginning of the season. But when he gets show Nick foles is like that relief pitcher that you bring in the seventh inning. And he's going to close it out for you..
"nick foley" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"They take them off the injured list, and they think everything's fine. Meanwhile, he still hurting right? I mean that could be or you got reinjured Sunday. That's a possibility or Ben what do you think about this? I gave me this idea. They knew he had the fracture in the back and they together decided he was going to play with the fracture. Because it's one of those fractures like Jay Ajayi where you're able to play with it. And now that he is maybe injured more because the the injury evolved. They're worried about being like, well, Dan, we put them back out there. You said I gave you that idea. What just when you you didn't say, but when you were when you were talking about it. Yeah. I I can't. I can't no I don't think. They knew he had a fracture in his bag. And let me let me ask this out. Here's why here's why I say, I don't believe they knew because they would have said they knew. You can't you can't say, you didn't know. And this is new to you. If you already knew like that that's gonna lead to some trouble. But here's one possibility with say, they didn't say they didn't know here's one possibility discovered. They said they got they might have known. And I think that we've team the trust their analytic staff a lot because they haven't analytic staff that has a direct line the dog. They put a lot of stock into what they say. It's possible that they knew that this was a risk, but it wasn't a huge risk. And they went to the clinic staff excessive book we were in the models. You guys have like an eight percent chance of the playoffs. And they said look we wanna make calculated risks to try to do the best thing for the franchise. We're still in the playoffs. So we have like a forty eight percent or a forty percent shot. If we win this game against the Cowboys. We're gonna play him. We did you support enough. But now it's the same injury. Nothing's changed. But they can't tell us that. Because if they tell us that and they reveal that. That's why they're doing it. They look bad. Yup. I agree. I agree something like that that that makes a lot of sense. I just don't see the. Pressure of making the playoffs when you just won the Super Bowl. You just won the Super Bowl. There's an any pressure on his team. They don't need to do anything. Maybe Carson was putting the pressure on. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. They, but it would still put them to know. I could see what a pressure from him is he didn't win the Super Bowl of his mind. And in a lot of other people either he didn't win the Super Bowl. So that's different. But from the team's perspective, they did win a championship. And they have to know how important he is for the future. I can't believe that they would risk their jobs because if he gets injured he can't play, right? He can't play. You. Don't win football games. Eventually eventually people won't get far when you don't win football games. So to me. Your best interest is always keeping him healthy as possible now agree. But if if it was one of the cases where it's like, yes, this is what you have. You can't make it worse if you can live if you can tolerate the pain, then we can play, and they just more or less don't say anything about it until they get to this week. And they're saying like all right, listen, we're pretty much done. We're not put them out there anymore. They're not done. I mean, if that was the case, then you keep keep he gives them a better chance to win Nick Foley. But is this is this injury. The injury has been explained the words one of these things where he could play through it. But I mean, that's that's at least part of the explanation. We got from some people we have physical therapists on the line. Rob the physical therapists in Bensalem high. Rob rob, how're you doing? All right. Thanks for taking my call. I just wanna call and maybe offer a little bit of clarity the specifics of the Android now. Obviously, I'm not privy to his medical history or even really think Zack diagnosis, but it sounds like what he has is what what's called a spondylosis, which is a it's basically a stress factor and the spine on a particular vertebrae. It's it's very common and sports that require like a lot of blowback extension. So think of like gymnastics stuff like that where it's kind of like bending backwards very frequently Chipper common injury. And typically as long as you can as long as you get it on one side does not require surgical repair. It is M I opinion. Kind of an interesting injury for football player to get. There's just you don't really see it that often. But as long as the fracture is stable and clinically like he's not in tons of pain. Theoretically, you can you can return to a contact sport apparently quickly. Rob. How's it diagnose can an MRI miss it? If they were just giving him a MRI's. So believe it or not you can actually see it on an x-ray pretty well. Again. I don't want to speculate regarding ended the decision making but a number. I can pick it up an x-ray can pick it up and certainly a snack pick it up. However, it is it is technically a stress fracture. So which is what I was alluding to. So it's an injury that if not diagnosed and treated, we'll just kind of keep getting worse and eventually the stress injury on the phone well progress to the point where I can finally be seen on an MRI or a C T scam. One reason why they might not always jump to a CAT scan is one that they're a lot more radiation associated with them. So a lot of times, they'll go rhino radiation. And so, but you know, you would hope that if they're looking at for the health of the athlete, but but yeah, if it's a stress if it's really a stress fracture. Like, I lose to that stuff on something that could be messed on an x-ray or number. I if it had if it just hasn't been developed to the point enough showed up right ugly and over the course of the next six weeks that could make that could conceivably get worse from playing and taking more hits. Absolutely. Yeah. Absolutely. Appreciate it. It's good stuff. All right. That sounds like to me. Maybe you know, they they week six. They're like. Yay. MRI? It's it's clean. He's fine. And then he's still feeling it after the cowboy game they said all right, listen, let's give maybe one of the doctors said, let's try cat scan. They get it. And wow, they're like damn. He's got a stress fracture. Eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four that would be my my official conspiracy theory on that that they didn't necessarily do the wrong thing when they were trying to diagnose it in the middle of the season because it didn't it didn't appear that serious, and maybe Carson was wasn't leading on how much pain or maybe it didn't bother him as much. I mean, he walked out that field Sunday looked like he was in pain. Like he was jogging in practice. Yeah. I mean, I think it'd be easy to think the guys, okay? Right. Yeah. And now they look at it. And they say, oh man people are gonna be angry relenting Carson play with a broken back. And that's where you are. And and that's and that's what you get out of duct tape yet. But I've kind of reacting like this are angry year, but because of the explanation because it feels like that something's been screwed up. Eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. No, no, people people this PB. Regardless jumping to conclusions. Every since this this came out, and whether or not he was playing with it when it happened. That's why it took him a couple of days they knew they was getting ready to get hit with a barrage of questions on his situation. Of course came out in the beginning. In was like, oh, there's a lot more people. Yes. Wasn't just a simple out of the quarterback got injured in could have been because he didn't get into game. That's why all the questions were there. Because people want to know where the hell this come from. I the last time I checked the truth isn't that difficult to explain and Doug was having a tough time. Trying to explain things today, which tells me I wasn't hearing the truth. Well, you probably wasn't because he didn't give you four or at least at least giving you full answers. Well, you got to realize that these guys can't necessarily give you the truth. Honest to God like Doug was in a bad spot today. Other than keeping it really the chip used to do chip used to be like, I'm talking to the doctors. Well, yeah. But now, I don't know. I haven't talked to said how we have to talk. Yep. Symbols that I mean, he should have given them nothing. He could he could have came out in the beginning and giving give us gave statements monitoring questions on it. That's where we stand right now. And I'll give updates as they are known. He tried this detri- did not answer questions. But then he just did. Anyway, he thought he was going to be up there. He thought that it was going to switch to the Rams because even try to throw that in there like we play the Rams this week. All if you guys know case here, I love you guys know, that's what he that's what he's up there to do. He's he's up there to talk about what's up for the Rams will, you know, only thing people care about is Carson Wentz for job poor job by the eagles staff by legal staff to how he's gonna come out and talk that talk. Now how he's gonna come out and and and spray some water on this eight hundred. Yeah. Let's do it in the first place though. She's just say, you know, what I notice a lot of questions and concerns about Carson he's questionable this week. Yeah. Because how he does a much better job in that setting answering questions he more than likely we'll see if he's going to play Sunday, but he's questionable this week. Any other questions on it? How we answer it. He'll he'll be speaking tomorrow. We'll have an update for you to he'll have an update for you Monday. But I'm not answering questions on Carson this week. Nick foles. See that's the thing. See the idea that it was important to keep who to start. It was to sacred is just say Nick foles is starting. Yeah. It's silly. Yeah. And then be done with it. Yep. Yeah, they're being a vase because always questionable it again. Yeah. Everybody knows that he's not playing Doug. Then we do this week one. He did. No one bought it. Right. Rams already familiar with with the eagles. Right. I mean, they'd played them. Eight eight eight seven to nine nine hundred ninety four it's Markson race. When it rains it pours in Philadelphia. Talking about football. 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"nick foley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Blessing how much did you get to see because. You. Take, us to, pier seventy and San Francisco no it well. Did you get to go inside almost tell us Security is pretty tight I had a meeting with Nick Foley who is the head of product for jump which is the bike. Sharing, company Uber, recently bought and? They're heading up the scooter project as, well and. So Nick came out. Of the building into the parking lot to meet me I. Was not allowed to go back in the door with him so we walked around to the front to go in the front door. And two security guards ten minute conversation? About what NDA's I would have to get in finally? Nick, says. You, know what we could have had this interview parking Out there so? It was helpful he could show me some of the things and you know just kind of a sense of what what Uber's, doing over there on being so secretive there so give us a. Sense of you mentioned kind of the, the smaller footprint of a of a bike, or a skater it does feel like over the, past few years if you think about Citi bike. Here in New York or other places that people are embracing almost philosophically this idea. Of hop on a bike and go a few blocks have we. Hit that tipping point where consumers are willing to do this is this something that the kids are leading that millennials are more willing to do this than like. An, old guy, like myself I? Should say I used to be by Citi bike was really a big big, milestone along the, way here the, interesting thing is we're seeing a lot of discussion, about? This you know everyone knows that there was. The scooter, controversy in San Francisco there were like a couple, of hundred scooters there it's. There, aren't. Actually that many of these things out in the streets but I. Think what we're seeing. Is of the beginning of a conversation about how will we, have thing holy of cities that have a lot of transportation modes that aren't cards and aren't. Just walking around they're going to require things to be done differently and people don't like to do things differently and so. Any inconvenience that comes from these new modes of, transportation is everyone's aware of this I love it it's called as you mentioned the story light, transportation is hold light transportation space whether it's bicycles whether it scooters but you. Do have to have some regulations involved right you have to places to? Park these things I mean there's things that you have to work with municipalities right to make it work yeah absolutely and that's, what's been interesting about Uber specifically Uber famous Decided Track, record Famously decided that it didn't need permission to launch ride. Hailing services even when, cities said you need permission to. Do this they said no And it, was very controversial it was a guy who had trouble it was kind. Of a huge success Uber's, an enormous company now and they're anywhere but there's already rules governing things like bikes and scooters. In most cities and if, there aren't rules cities are very quick to put them on because they realize what happened the last time. Around and so in most places now Uber and most of his competitors are, realizing we're gonna need the, cities to go. Along, with this. Let's try not to. Let them. Even when they fail to not alienate them they say they don't want which, is new fascinating great. Staff thank you so much thank you you're listening to Bloomberg? BusinessWeek coming up one of our favorite stories of awake no. Doubt about it what kind of superpower does China want to be in Jason they're not necessarily looking. At the United States for a blueprint it's so fascinating because they're looking at the United States essentially the benchmark. What a. Superpower can be but a lot of what president Xi is looking at is how. Do I not be like the United States so interesting. This is, Bloomberg A commercial. Message from the The can of old base summer's. Here and friends are hungry what do we do with the can of old bay across the USA Fine Flu shot across the US, say what would we do with the cat of all base over? Short so do shake that canon passing across the USA Carolina Five.
"nick foley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Yeah on my scooter that's kind of maybe what Uber's hoping. That a lot of folks are going to be doing the future. Jason they have got some initiatives underway and that, includes working on scooters electric scooters didn't see this one coming to. Say who were obviously disrupted the taxi industry in a very meaningful way. They've been a, lot of headlines over, the past few months about scooters. They're very controversial especially in San Francisco. Joshua and boosting went to. Wear Uber is developing their own scooter strategy here's what he told us Uber has been working on a scooter sharing service that will probably be. Rolling out at least a couple of cities in in the coming months and it's also actually building its own scooter in the. Same place where it's working on self driving cars and flying taxes actually and so take us inside the strategy. Here because I was like Uber was at the forefront of ride sharing it has had its share of controversy controversies to say the least But scooters? Are, also not controversy. Freeh we've seen many protests flare up people breaking them all sorts of things happening in San Francisco specifically how. Are they navigating this unintended yeah absolutely I think the first thing. Understand is that over has realized that place like, San Francisco there's a lot of trips that actually are kind of. Kinda drag due in a car and having something small like electric bicycle. Or scooter is, faster and more pleasant, onto to get maybe like a. Mile or three mile trip and so. Earlier this spring as you. Alluded to a couple of other companies startups Lyman bird where the big ones started putting scooters just out on the street in San Francisco you. Unlock them with an app you can leave them wherever you wanted it caused a bit of chaos and a lot of hand. Wringing very similar to what happened when Uber came with ridesharing now interestingly you know Uber is kind of like. The old hand now it's been around for what like a decade They played they played very conservatively they haven't gone in without getting, permission from any cities yet and. So now they've applied for permits in. Both San Francisco in Santa Monica, to lodge a scooter sharing service with the city's blessing how much did you get to. See. Because, you take, us to pier seventy in San Francisco no. It well did you get to go inside almost Security is pretty tight I had a meeting with Nick Foley who is the head of product for jump which is the bike sharing company Uber recently. Bought, and they're, heading up the? Scooter project as well and so Nick, came out. Of the building into. The parking lot to meet me I was not allowed to. Go back in the door with him so we walked around to the front to go in the front door and two security guards. Ten minute conversation about what NDA's I would have to sign to get in finally Nick says? You, know. What, we could have had this interview parking Here's a? Bike out there so it was helpful you could show me some of the things and you know just kind of a sense, of what what Uber's doing over there on a secretive thing that's. There so give us a sense of, you mentioned kind of the the smaller footprint, of a bike or scooter it does feel like over the past few years if you think about. Citi bike here in New York or other places that people are embracing almost philosophically. This idea yeah hop on a bike and go a few bucks. Have we hit that tipping point where consumers are willing to do this is this something that the kids are leading that millennials are more willing to do this than like. An, old guy, like myself I? Should say I used to be by Was really a, big big milestone, along the way, here the interesting thing is we're seeing a lot, of? Discussion about this you know everyone knows that. There was, the scooter controversy in San Francisco there were like, a couple of hundred scooters. There, aren't. Actually, that many of these things out in the streets but, I think what we're seeing, is kind of the. Beginning of a conversation about how will we have thing how will you have cities that have a lot of transportation modes that aren't cars aren't just walking around. They're going to require things to be done differently and people don't like to do things differently and so any inconvenience that comes from these new modes of, transportation is everyone's aware of I love it it's called as you mentioned the story light transportation, this whole, night transportation. Space, whether it's bicycles whether it's scooters but you do. Have to have some regulations involved right you have to places to park? These things I mean there's things that you have to work with municipalities right to make it work yeah absolutely and and that's, what's been interesting about Uber specifically Uber famously We decided not a great. Track record Decided that it didn't. Need permission to launch, ride hailing services even when cities. Said you, need permission. To do this they said. No don't and it was very. Controversial it was a lot of trouble it was kind of. A huge success Uber's an enormous company now Anywhere but there's already rules governing things like bikes and scooters and. Most cities and if there are rules cities are very quick to put them, on because they realize what, happened the last. Time. Around and. So in most places. Now Uber. And most of its competitors are realizing we're gonna need the cities to go, along with this let's. Try not to eliminate them even when they failed to not? Alienate them they say they don't want which is new fascinating. Great staff thank you so much thank you you're listening, to Bloomberg BusinessWeek coming up one of our favorite, stories of awake no doubt about it what kind of superpower does China want to be an Jason they're not. Necessarily looking. At the United States for a blueprint it's so fascinating because they're looking at. The United States essentially the benchmark what is super power. Can be, but a. Lot of what president Xi. Is looking at.
"nick foley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg BusinessWeek with Carol Massar. And Jason Kelly. From Bloomberg radio Steve Yeah on my. Scooter that's kind of maybe what Uber is hoping that a lot of folks are going to be doing in the. Future. Jason they have got some initiatives underway and that includes working on, scooters electric scooters didn't see this one coming at half to say, Uber obviously disrupted the taxi industry in a very meaningful. Way there's been a lot of headlines over the past few months about. Scooters they're very, controversial especially in San, Francisco, Josh Bruce dean went to wear Uber is developing their own scooter. Strategy here's what he told. Us Uber has been working on a scooter sharing service that will probably be rolling out at least a couple of cities and in the coming. Months and it's also actually building its own scooter in the same place where it's working on self driving cars and flying taxis. Actually and so take us inside the strategy here because I was at the forefront of ride. Sharing it has had its share of controversy controversies to say the least But scooters are also controversy Freeh we've seen sort of many protests. Flare up people, breaking them all sorts, of, things happening in San Francisco specifically how are they navigating this unintended. Yeah absolutely I think the. First thing to understand is that has realized that in a place like San Francisco there's a lot of trips that actually are kind of a. Drag due in a car and having something small like an electric bicycle or Studer is faster and more pleasant to to get. Maybe like a mile or three mile trip and so earlier this spring as you alluded to. A couple of other companies startups Lyman bird were the big ones Started putting scooters, just out on the street in San Francisco you can unlock them with an app you can leave them wherever, you wanted it caused a bit of chaos and a lot of hand wringing very similar to what happened when Uber came. With ridesharing now interestingly Uber, is kind of like the old hand now it's, been around for what like a decade They played they played very conservatively they. Haven't gone in without getting permission from, any cities yet and so now they've applied, for permits in both San Francisco in Santa Monica to lodge his scooter sharing service with the city's. Blessing how much did you get to see 'cause you take us to pier seventy. And San Francisco no it well did you go inside almost tell. Us about security is pretty tight I had a meeting with Nick Foley who is the head of product for jump which is the bike sharing company Uber recently bought and. They're, heading up, the scooter project as well and so Nick came out of the building into the parking lot to meet me I. Was not allowed to go back in. The door with him so we walked. Around to the front to go, in the front door and two security guards ten minute conversation about what NDA's I would have. To, sign to get in finally Nick says you. Know what we could have had this interview parking Here's a bike out there so. It was helpful he could show me? Some of the things and you know just kind of? A, sense of, what what Uber's doing? Over there on a secretive thing that's there. So give us a sense of you, mentioned kind of the smaller footprint of a, of a bike or scooter it does feel like over the past few years if you think about. Citi bike here in New York or other places that people are embracing almost philosophically. This idea yeah hop on a bike and go a few blocks. Have we hit that tipping point where consumers are willing to do this is this something that the kids are leading that millennials are more willing to do this than like. An, old guy, like myself I? Should say I used to be by I think CitiBank. Was really a big big, milestone along the, way here the, interesting thing is we're seeing a lot of discussion, about? This you know everyone knows that there was. The scooter, controversy in San Francisco there were like a couple, hundred scooters there it's there. Aren't, actually. That many of these things out in the streets but, I think what we're seeing. Is kind of the. Beginning of a conversation about how will we have thing how, will you have cities that have a lot of transportation modes that aren't cars and aren't just walking. Around they're going to require things to be done differently and you know people don't like to do things differently and so any inconvenience that comes from these new, modes of transportation is everyone's aware of I love it it's called as you mentioned the story, light transportation, is whole. Transportation, space whether it's bicycles whether it's scooters but you. Do have to have some regulations involved right you have to places to? Park these things I mean there's things that you have to work with municipalities right to make it work yeah absolutely and that's, what's been interesting about Uber specifically over famously Decided not enra- track record Famously decided that it didn't need permission. To launch ride hailing services even when cities said you. Need permission, to, do this they said no. And it was. Very controversial it was trouble it was. Kind of a huge success, Uber's an enormous company anywhere but there's already rules governing, things like bikes. And scooters and most cities, and if there aren't rules cities are very quick to put them on because they realize what. Happened the last time around, and so in most places now Uber and most of its competitors are realizing we're gonna need the cities. To go along with this let's try not to Elliott them even when they, failed to not alienate them, they say they. Don't. Want which. Is new fascinating great. Staff thank. You so much thank you you're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek coming up one of, our favorite stories of. Awake no doubt about it what kind of superpower does China? Want to be in Jason they're not necessarily looking at the. United States for a blueprint it's so fascinating because they're looking at the United States essentially benchmark what a superpower can be But a lot of what president she is. Looking at is how do I not be like the United States so interesting this is Bloomberg Business data is growing at when you're out in the summer heat..
"nick foley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg BusinessWeek with Carol. Massar Jason Kelly. From Bloomberg radio Download Yeah on my. Scooter that's kind of maybe what Uber's hoping that a lot of folks are going to be doing in the. Future. Jason they have got some initiatives underway and that includes working on, scooters electric scooters didn't see this one coming. Out say, Uber obviously disrupted the taxi industry in a very meaningful. Way there's been a lot of headlines over the past few months about. Scooters they're very, controversial especially in San, Francisco, Joshua Bruce dean went to. Wear Uber is developing their own scooter. Strategy here's what he told. Us Uber has been working on a scooter sharing service that will probably be rolling out at least a couple of cities and in the coming. Months and it's also actually building its own scooter in the same place where it's working on self driving cars and flying taxis. Actually and so take us inside the strategy here because obviously Uber was at the forefront of ride. Sharing it has had its share of controversy controversies to say the, least but scooters are also Controversy Freeh we've, seen sort of many, protests, flare up people breaking them. All sorts of things happening in San. Francisco specifically how are they. Navigating this unintended yeah absolutely I think the first thing to understand is that has realized that place like San Francisco there's a lot of trips. That actually are kinda dragged do in a car and having something small like an electric bicycle or a scooter is faster and. More pleasant onto to get maybe like a mile or three mile trip and so earlier this spring. As you alluded to a couple of other companies I'm startups Lyman, bird the big ones Started putting scooters just. Out on the street in San Francisco you could unlock them with an app you can leave them, wherever you wanted it caused a bit of chaos and a lot of hand wringing very similar to what happened when you came. With ridesharing now interestingly Uber, is kind of like the old hands now it's, been around for what like a decade They played they played very conservatively they haven't gone in without, getting permission from any cities yet and. So now they've applied for permits but. San Francisco in Santa Monica to, launch a scooter sharing service with the city's blessing how much did you get to see because? You, take to pier seventy in San Francisco now it well did you get to go inside almost Security is pretty tight I had a meeting with Nick Foley who is the head of product for jump which is the bike sharing company Uber recently bought. And, they're heading, the scooter project? As well and so Nick came. Out of the building. Into the parking lot. To meet me I was not allowed to go back in. The door with him so we walked, around to the front to go in the front door and two security guards ten minute. Conversation about what as I would have? To sign to get in finally Nick says you. Know what we, could have had this interview in parking So, it was, helpful he could? Show me some of the things you know Just, kind, of a sense of what what. Uber's doing over there on up here Saturday so secretive about everything that's there so give us a sense of you mentioned. Kind of the the smaller footprint of a of, a bike or a skater it does feel like over the past few years if you think, about Citi bike here in, New, York or other places that people are embracing almost. Philosophically this idea of yeah hop on a bike and go a few? Blocks have we hit that tipping point where consumers are willing to do this is this something that the kids are leading that, millennials are more, willing to do this? Than like an old. Guy like myself I should say are you city by Bike was really. A big a. Big milestone, along the way here the, interesting thing, is we're seeing a lot, of discussion about this, you know everyone knows that there was the scooter, controversy? In San Francisco there were like a couple. Of hundred, scooters there it's there aren't actually that many of, these things out in the. Streets, but. I think what we're seeing is kind of. The beginning of a conversation about how will we have thing holy of cities that have a, lot, of transportation modes that aren't cards. And aren't just walking around they're going to require things to be done differently and you know people don't like to do. Things differently so any inconvenience that comes from these, new modes of transportation is everyone's aware of I love it it's called as you mentioned the, story late transportation this whole, night, transportation space whether it's bicycles scooters but you do. Have to have some regulations involved right you have to places to park? These things I mean there's things that you have to work with municipalities right to make it work yeah absolutely and that's what's, been interesting about, Uber specifically Hoover famously We decided that a great track record Decided that it didn't. Need permission to launch, ride hailing services even when cities. Said you, need permission. To do this they said. No don't and it was very. Controversial it was got lot of trouble it was kind of a huge success, Uber's an enormous company now and there but there's already, rules governing things. Like bikes and scooters and, most cities and if there aren't rules cities are very quick to put them on because they. Realized what happened the last, time around and so in most places now Uber and most of its competitors are realizing we're going to need. The cities to go along with this let's try not to make them even. When they fail to not, alienate them they. Say they. Don't want. Which is. New that's. Netting great staff thank you thank you you're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek coming up one, of our favorite stories. Of a week no doubt about it what kind of superpower? Does China want to be in Jason they're not necessarily looking. At the United States for a blueprint it's so fascinating, because they're looking at the United, States essentially the benchmark what is super Our?.
"nick foley" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Injured going, into the season last year No no but I wanna talk about my man. Carson Wentz because I got something in common with him. I tore, my also my senior year of, high school you know I, came back in eight months, but I only had a he had the LDL too but. I also. Didn't have near half the damn medical attention he's getting he will be back week one and he will be playing and. We're going back to the Super Bowl winning at baby. That's all you had? To tell me Tyler pops Ben is he a finalist Congratulations yeah you're going to tell me that. That is going to play in two weeks I'm all. Good we're with you Rick we're talking about, the? Preseason altogether now and then and then we can start looking at my fantasy team, and then we, have set up. Right we can discuss if Carson's the type of player they can just with. Practice time get the timing everything else down and I think what you, say, to that is, what he's done it before so he's the type of. Athlete that even if he's not a sharpest. Right he can. Still he. Still gives you. A, really good chance to win he can still be productive with the place he's. Gonna make he's. Gonna make plays But. If he's back I'm hoping to think and he's gonna be. I'm hoping so too Yeah man curry back, Carson buddy buddy Sean, in Virginia hi Sean What's up, I have Sean hey. You're worried. You, on, the broadcast last night those, three layers RPO. All, free Nick gain Point guard he, played basketball he sits back in. The gun you spread out the court and he distribute, those, knife oh short passes one. Every now, and again they're not doing that. Right now and this is another reason why I think Carson is going to, be ready. Maybe not we want to season the office. Right now this is the offense that cost run from under the under the center from. The gun they mixed, things up Strictly Ben shotgun dot and when. They ran when they ran the office last night what were they doing there in the. Gun they were given Tired and keep the patch west? Evolved and and Hit a, couple of passes here near turnover for some guys So it's a good point it is it's a good point that they're not running. The offense that really gets Nick and sinking gets them going but I'll I'll just say this The NFL knows at this point by looking at tape and. Especially the land of falcons and you're, gonna face Nick foles so no this they will have a game, plan, to take away the. RPO's that Nick foles is very successful against I, don't know what they're gonna do. But don't think they're gonna. Come into. Week one and be like okay let's go get them they're really game plan for the RPO that mate. Nick foles successful just just from I agree and. That's when. You just have to execute that's what that's when you have to out execute that the people in front of you but the one thing that I was really impressed. With last night we haven't talked about a lot is the defense and more importantly the secondary a couple of, glitches last. Night live's, work has the utmost confidence in those three corners and that type of confidence those corners that defense is. Going to be something unreal this year, oh yeah I think they're going to pick up right where they, left, off last year and. Be even better because I think the secondary is, much stronger boxy Matic's last night Dante. Matic's you got Sidney Jones rod Darby it'll be a much better player than he was last year I'm not worried about the defense Davis missing one guy brand grail Like Elvis missing like seven guys You know what. I mean the find last. Night, the deepest will be fine yeah they'll pick up right. Where they left off last year can they carry the team through the the beginning if it's Nick Foley had to her if it's. A, a person, may have to yeah All right all right eight eight eight seven to. Nine ninety four ninety four? Coming up next a. Notable heavy hitting ESPN personality. On, the air proclaims to not will not watch football in. Two thousand eighteen college or the NFL will play the sound and tell you who coming up next that deputy difficult to not watch? Football The NFL if they're comment commentating on it every day oh. You mean working up there yeah, yes so they probably so put but she says she. She isn't watching football will play the sound coming up next and we got you phone calls as well eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four back. After this lesson. Football you know what's about a little bit less than two weeks and then were there bragging..
"nick foley" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"But yeah we're just very early and i was going over the match kenya cities like a case of snapdragon party i'm like i know you've got tomorrow excited to take guys thanks so much man appreciate it absolutely all right matt jackson nick jackson the young bucks will be on the chris jericho rock and wrestling razor at sea and so can you for as little as one hundred fifty bucks you can hold your cabinet because jericho cruise dot com and once you book that gabon your price includes everything all the concerts comedy shows live podcasts meet and greets autograph signings pictures everything in between include your food even only things you got to pay for aboard the ship or alcohol gambling and you'll be able to hang out with the young bucks both matt and nick will be there meeting ingredients as cruise ship nowhere to go so you know you're going to get to see everybody including jim ross jerry the king lawler so cal val nick foley noel fully ricky the dragon steamboat ramos zero raven keeping it one hundred crew conan disco inferno and shane helms beyond the darkness tiven dave tell some scary tales colt cabana mardi de rosa doing their unprofessional wrestling podcast don cows and paul lazenby doing kill in the town brad williams craig gas ron funches keeping you laughing busted open radio join in the festivities he's forget about sal and queue from impractical jokers they're going to be there corey taylor of slipknot and stone sour phil campbell the bastard sons fuzzy with painless being our second top ten it from the judas record king the stir from atlanta the dave spitak project from calgary the cherry bombs at dies of rock and roll shoot to thrill the world's best female acc cover band blizzard ozzy world's best ozzy osbourne cover bid james ellsworth be there pat patterson karaoke nights i think that powders karaoke master you'll be seeing karaoke running his own karaoke show for you guys every single night of the crews and of course ring of honor presented the sea of honor tournament aboard the ship matches happening in the middle of the ocean on the ship itself and the winter the sea of on a term it gets a ring of a world heavyweight championship shot the future kenya megan will appear young bucks to be in the tournament villain mardi.
"nick foley" Discussed on WEEI
"A second and a third round pick for aj mccarron he's got four career starts to be fair that was the says she brown regime which apparently knew nothing in that's why they bungled faxing in the you know the official paperwork to get that deal done i think a second and third regime mccarron's utterly ridiculous as well to me nick falls is worth a second in a third in separate traps so give them give the eagles a second round pick this year and give them a and here a give nick foley give them as a third round pick in two thousand and nineteen but what you can do is you can make that two thousand and thirteen peg move what i mean by that is ethnic falls lead your team to a super bowl that third round pick becomes a second round pick when the jets traded for bread far view was like originally a fourth round pick and if he played this became a third round if they want to super bowl it becomes the first rounder and if you win a super bowl you give a first round pick your perfectly fine with that because he won to a super bowl so make it a picked that's a second round pick in the first year a third round pick in the second year and if vic falls lead you do the playoffs two straight year that third round pick is your second round pick so they end up a two second round picks that i think is fair i don't think there's a shot in heck that vehicles we get two first round picks for nick folz the buffalo bills wouldn't give you the 21st 22nd picks for nick falls they're not going to do it the new york jets aren't going to give you the six pick this year and next year's first round pick for nick false not going to happen but cleveland's going to give.
"nick foley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The corner and i'll be dan the weather in the barry was terrific i pulled up his shorts for the first time today since about late september so that was just glorious my tasty white legs were on display for the whole world deceiver looks like rid have gray weather for all the super bowl parties this weekend we're going to talk a little nfl and just a little bit about sports in general with one of my favorites marqui buniah's channel 2 i've been doing it for for a number of years and of course he's a big fan of cambior tonight we always appreciate that and we love having him on mark how you doing i it i'm just trying to recover from the visual your lay the dossiers have turned to try to get that out of my mind or eight good luck it was it was quite decide the sun was shining today though market was beautiful yeah and you know i always feel guilty i talk to the weather guy over here jailed to anna told me super bowl sunday is going to be like maybe seventy four 75 degrees you know i always feel guilty watch the super bowl why i like it to be rainy cloudy windy ugly shall be inside an idiot feel guilty wasted a nice day which we bad so few of but i'll be watching it and maybe try and get a bike ride in or something early in the day and uh yeah we work from that point of view but uh i'm looking forward to it i bet but i keep thinking man what a great match up it would've been it will with carson went against brady you know the the new against the old but then we have a chance for nick foley be can you imagine back in philly if he pulls up some some way he would be an absolute folk hero earn that's what i love my goal that's what i'm pulling for right there nick bully ab astle's bmb alltime enemy would be donovan mcnabb be damned sir charles doctor jay allen iverson all of them went after take a step broad street boley's all went out to take a step back rocky it would be nick falls town even the guys from its always sunny and philadelphia would have to take a backseat to.
"nick foley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"On facebook we politics we are more divided than ever at least we of college football stadium looks like a darvish convinced bail were divided on their two extra sports 1300 stand back there's a hurricane coming through yeah baby while go back dr times boards theor on actress boards 1300 you guys can't see it but i i lost my left arm across my body and made bikers do lander bluesteel face ace that is the theme song of the hurricane a very under appreciated wrestler very under any wwe history i think i still have a hurricane shirt somewhere to find it up so stoked at the hardie boys a wrestling again i know it probably slow to this party but they were amazing man highflyers crazy one only currency on some of that well how okay nick foley is a stands on his own okay i'll agree but like the hardie boys man they jump off cages and all that kind of stuff too it's crazy rob bain damn can we yeah make the draw the comparison there you know what if i had the re like i if i wanted to be a russell right now i might be heartbreak it back in the day because like the ladies loved him and he had this nonviolent music yet shaanmer switch and music sweet chattanooga it was awesome eric tech semi music whoopi sheep blinded me with science miteir will be some retro superior t shirt like the greatest american hero ethic nurture move will be wind crumpled on the mat lyon crumpled on the map i think we emily rhetoric situation okay 'cause like we would have to send this to back to the studio for someone to tell us was that might be because i can't even put together yeah what the lion on the mount would be like i don't know what other phrase that would be see how we the reason why we brought that up for those of you just tuning it is we had a crunch time question that if you pick your combination if you're a wwe wrestler theme song a tire finishing while with the combination be chris and apparently i eric win in the building their own organic wrestler yeltsin was uh let me just take from obunsha wrestlers that i like.
"nick foley" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"In a work foa thought of worked in it was it was part of the show and they wanted more of that so instead of doing more backstage stopped we did were live in front of the audience uh they're running a story line here that the undertaker has not showed up but don't know where he is and he's not in the building at and bare of course calling him a coward all of the sudden the new age outlaws music hits road doc comes out they get a good little reception uh he does his normal routine it looks like pineapple willie and it's funny to me is when i see these guys moscowrun through who's in the ring or in the shot at one point you've got billy gun road dog jesse james cain nick foley and paul bear and if i was the tail you in 2017 and you look back to 1994 a one of these guys in the ring is going to be one of the heads the creator but run smack down the last fucking person you would pick to be that guy is ro doc tested james would you agree with that routes my last guy would have been billy gun wrote daca quarterbacks it's just amazing to me because there's all this rumored innuendo about their personal struggles individually and you know he could see maybe paul bear sticking around a run that obviously foley i mean keane's going to be the fucking mayor any of those guys he got it but if you think foul semneby this guy is going to run it either stolt sailor i don't say that have already got you've already got slots in the company for the other guys right if you're looking at billion in rhode island they okay in other here for their ron good that but road dog his again he's been in business in entire why he's got a great had for the business it was his other demands that everything else is hafner he anal make right none of that stuff to shit on his creative genius or his concentrations of business on to sing at the time.
"nick foley" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM
"Sober third party and in sports it took sixteen innings but the new york yankees struck a blow to the boston red sox in a four two one win in boston the game was tied at one until yang shortstop didi grigoriants deliver the hit that won the game the yanks are fighting to make it back to the top of the american east they are currently third place and three and a half games behind the first place red sox internationally the mets beat the rockies nine two three but starting pitcher seth lugo hit a home run in that one in the mirror pen leave the trysofi valley cats rallied to beat the batavia dogs fourtoone and collegiate baseball the amsterdam mohawks be dutchman five to four over at the dutchman's home cno field some pro wrestlers made an appearance at joe bruno stadium for wrestling are the stars if there was put out without the trysofi valley cats in northeast wrestling some recognizable name glued nick foley ramos your junior and cody roads and check on your weather with heather morrison here door talk thirteen it forecast partly sunny skies today highs in the mid eighty sylvia bit muggy could be a shower or storm late in the day especially north and west for tonight we'll see variable clouds with an isolated shower lows the mid60s partly sunny for a while monday then clouds thicken with afternoon showers and thunderstorms likely humid weather highs in the mid '80s with your spectrum use forecast i'm meteorologist heather morrison petar 1300 it's 62 degrees i'm dave peters europe today ricans swap intrude with rich vesey this morning at seven right here on talk 1300.