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Urban Meyer to keep health in mind as new Jacksonville Jaguars coach
"A jacksonville is the best job opening in the nfl. right now. they've got eleven total picks in the upcoming grab first round picks one hundred million dollars in salary cap space. They have the number one pick so all unless unless someone is as a complete and utter fool. that are going to be Drafting trevor lawrence. Whether number one. Pick and trevor lawrence. It's supposed to be a generational great. Come on man come on tomorrow to mark. Among on if sean con come on man is about time you get serious if you can go ahead and get yourself but yourself in the position where hey you know what. We've got a really good thing going here. In terms of the future we covered that bear. And we've got all of this to work with you know. How many times would love to be in that position. Already mentioned the fact in the nba raphael stone in general managers. In general in that league you ask them what would you rather have in terms of rebuilding program. All of these guys who say man. I'm a multiple picks a lot of salary cap space to go ahead and do my thing. Would you get that injectable even with a hard salary cap now. Jacksonville isn't the same as far as free agent destination as a los angeles or the bigger markets. But still you're talking about. The state of florida was no income state tax. You're speaking about ill a situation where you're gonna be working with a generational great quarterback possibly. Hopefully i mean there's a lot of things you have a really really good young talent on that team that a lot because the team one and fifteen but there's there's some ambers within the within the the fire that you can That you can work with. I mean it should be very attractive job for a gm but if a gm any worth of any you know any worth is going to go in there and you're going to be talking about. Yeah i'm going to be in charge of the roster. I mean come on man you know the next bill polian next ron. Woolfe is not going to be like yes. That's pretty good and then since you already hired the couch you gotta make sure that the coach in the general manager president of football operations are together as one as far the philosophy is concerned. And we don't know where myers philosophy because well. He's never coached. He's never coached in the nfl so he might have a philosophy all this kind of stuff. What is it based off of. It can be based on what he did in college because college in the nfl completely different animals. Yeah you might have a philosophy of how you deal with people in college. What when you're dealing with people in college. They're eighteen to twenty two years old when you're going to be different of course and you know this coming central tell you. It's a lot of different dealing with grown men who have mortgages who are building their brands. Who have kids who have other responsibilities lot different way. You work with them. Sure in a college situation. You are of the defacto you are. You are the maker you are the guy you are the when i say jump you answer. How high when i say run through brick wall put your head down and go through that brick wall inc a college. You can get away with that stuff in the. Nfl is not. You're not coach. Employees i mean. This isn't supervisor employees working together. This is a collective understanding in terms of where we're going so yeah you wouldn't have any philosophy and you can have. You can try to find players that are into fit that philosophy but how rigid is that philosophy going to be. If you're urban meyer in college will you can go ahead and you can recruit anybody who you want to. You can text. You can call and you can do all these things and you can go ahead and develop a relationship over the years so you can even have a better understanding it. This young man is going to be able to fit the philosophy that you have in college. You can do that shit and the nfl you can't and the nfl is a business. And if you speaking about philosophy you better think about the philosophy. A win. Because i used to do all that bullshit about. Yeah you know. I bring these young men into the league. And you know these guys are young and some of these come from underprivileged backgrounds and these guys never have a checking account before. These guys don't know how to do this and these guys don't know how to do that so for me as a coach especially being a black coach with these kids coming into the nfl coming in basically as kids even though there are twenty one twenty two years old. I feel it's a responsibility for me to show them the ways of live and the show them how to do things the have them grow and mature of by the time that they retire that they'll be able to have a foundation for them to be successful one. Football is over
"ron woolfe" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"I guess if if I remember correctly there to senior bowl last year. And here's a little bit of that conversation with the new quarterback there for the Denver broncos drew lock so an in thinking about the experience. Made you a better quarterback. Yeah it's been huge as far as when I'm GONNA recruit a quarterback for that can recruit quarterbacks I'm GonNa look for a guy that's diverse verse. I'm looking for a guy that ran up and down a floor thinking about how much athleticism it takes to play. The top level basketball it takes takes quite a bit being able to see the floor may feel passes is in tight alleys that translates football. Very well. You got to you got to manipulate the pocket. You gotta find the alley as you got to move around a little bit. You can't just be a stick in the mud in basketball. Helped me not me that stick in the mind there you go you asking drew. Lock their about the multi sport thing and Something we've seen a lot with the quarterbacks buck but down there I thought he had a good week of practice and somebody that Kinda almost inexplicably fell to the second round. But you know the senior bowl this year will see which of these quarterbacks will find out next week Dick. WHO's in WHO's out but it's got a chance to be very good group? I think it does have a chance to be a very good group. I think drew lock. It's another one of those guys. Dj when we talked about the young quarterbacks in the lessons that we've learned. I think we've drew lock once again is is can you put your imagination and play. Can you imagine what drew lot can be as a pro. If surrounded by the right stuff I think we can recognize the talent He did have outstanding arm down and we can see the athleticism going all the way back to his basketball background. We saw him during the week. The senior bowl practices pickup in. NFL playbook and offense and kind of have of a sense of mastery of it but we wondered man to completion. Rate at Missouri wasn't great Some of the big games in the SEC weren't great but what we're seeing more teams now are a give us to trace Manda. We noted traits. Let's put him in offense where he can succeed. And you're seeing in Denver you see him bootleg Quick Rhythm passes things that allow them to get on the edge with his athleticism. And it's done in a way that I wouldn't say it's like Elementary but it's the simplified offense that allows them to play really lean on his natural talents. Yeah we we use the phrase checking boxes and you know in talking some of the baseball baseball guys down at the winter meetings. It was interesting because they have the same frustration where you get some scouts that tell you everything that a guy can't do versus what he can do and we look at boxes with drew. Lock you start. Let's start. Let's talk about this. One experience started forty plus games in the SEC Let's talk about The ability just pure arm strength arm talent. Whatever you WANNA call it? He's got a tremendous UNDIS- arm. You mentioned the athleticism talking to him about basketball. He checks that box the swagger slash energy juice that he brings that. That was something you could see in college and you've seen that so far early on in his NFL career so while there's some edges some rough edges need to smooth out man buck. That's that's a lot to start with when you look at what he does have yet. I think that is the big question. And this is something that Ron woolfe used to always talk about. On notice passed down everyone working organization to hey guys that worked up on and tell me what a player can do. I don't WanNa hear about what he can't do. Tell me what he can do how he can't play what he could be less focused on that as opposed to the easy part of a man. We'd just keep telling them down. Keep telling everybody body can do and he can't play and just put them on the backboard. No it's it's the right way to do it. Man All right Nabil. We've got a question for us here from from apple podcasts. Here fire away all right first question and it's the only question. My question is about the interview process at the combine line one. A team sits down with the prospect. They're interested in. What kind of questions do they ask? And how much weight does the interview on grading a prospect our buck take that one fire way. I think it has an impact because it's the first exposed that you get to the player and I think it's hard sometimes to overcome their first impression at the at the at the combat The way the process goes Areas GALS obviously most to me with prospects. You may see those guys at an all star game but when we get to the comment this is the first time the coaches and the high level scouts sometimes being able to get around him and so when he walks into the room Those fifteen minutes mean a lot because in actual that you only gonNA spend those fifteen minutes said the combine whatever time get around him at the pro day and then a private visit and then bet amount of time. You can make a decision on whether you think this guy can fit into the locker room room. So that first impression matters a lot Because sometimes you can't change the impact of their first impression in in the scouting process like teams. Just coming out of meetings right now. There are a lot of teams have been meeting early December. And what they do is they're kind of putting the profile together on the player and that's GonNa come with some question marks flags holes goals. Whatever you WANNA call them? And that's the way in the combine interview to get those things answered for instance reports. This guy had a little bit of a weight problem when he was younger. in the program. Like what. Why was that an what did he do to get it corrected and should it isn't GonNa be a concern for us going forward? Well that's a line of question you might have for him. Once you get a chance to sit down is with him there. May there's an off the field incident that took place at one point time. Okay you got in a fight now explain that to us what happened. It's a way to get a lot of those things answered third and then also it's a way in a brief exposure to put them up on the board find out where they are mentally you know how much understanding knowledge that they have of their scheme. Their offense their a defense and find out what kind of their football intelligence looks like. And that's something you can do at least a little bit of during that period That fifteen minute period there. So that's kind. What goes on there? Anything else you can think of that That might be a value. Nah I think a lot of it depends on like if a guy has a character issue now if he doesn't have a character issue it's all about ball and it's all about how you respond to the questions that you pepper him with related football if he does Have character issues is how does he respond to the answers that we are ready to the questions that we already know the answers to is he truthful izzy forthcoming is he. CONTRITE has learned from those negative experiences they they may have impacted his his character All of those things matter and the only way that you can really figure out if someone has learned is through that sit down and matching it up with what you hear. You're from everyone who is around him on campus and off campus. No doubt It's it's kind of again. Bucky mentioned a minute ago bill. It's those coaches first exposure. These guys too so that does carry a lot of weight that first impression does matter buck anything else you want you want to get to before we wrap this bad boy up. I think it's been a really good podcast because what I what I like is being able to bring into different perspectives to conversations with the baseball guys which on a herd down here in winter meetings. I think that's fascinating. I can't wait to explore and expand on that in future podcasts appreciate. You'RE GONNA see a lot more that content will figure out a way to pack it up for everybody to get a chance to listen to. I think you will enjoy. This has been a fun episode. WanNa thank Nabil for all the work he does coordinate in the podcast. Getting this thing together. Buck when you come back man when you come back to the states. Maybe I'll be back on Monday. IBM Studio on Tuesday. Ready to Rock Meta share about all the things thing that I learned about the UK..
"ron woolfe" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Is there a particular memory. That's kind of ingrained in ron woolfe mind about a particular moment in professional football for you. Yes sir is as nineteen ninety six. When <hes> we won the n._f._c. championship and lambeau field in green bay wisconsin. Everyone said that would never happen and here. We were doing the biggest experience. I've had a game ron ron. When you take a look at the game and the way it's played bigger faster stronger with players the action in the game and everything <hes> what is it that you're left with about the game of professional football today. I think it was a marvelous kinda game. I think what makes it so so darned <hes> <hes> what's the word i'm looking for so darn. Spectacular is the fact that you're gonna be a number one number one or you can be a free agent but if you take advantage of your god given ability you're all the same on the football field and i think that's why as as i'm talking with you ron those quarterback in the national football league today is a six round draft choice playing with the new england patriots and to me. That's what makes the game so darn spectacular. You're in fascinating. You really don't know what you have to get that player in your uniform on your field then you know and that's the excitement excitement of the game. It's a physical game game blocking and tackling and kicking. Hopefully hopefully that will never change. I wanna thank you ron. Congratulations relations for your induction into the pro football hall of fame and thank you for giving us some time and sharing your life in your career with us. Take care okay. Thank you very much ron wolf a member of the pro football hall of fame..
"ron woolfe" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"More about his experience being with the Packers legend and working for him. My first question to you, Bob is, when is the last time you had an opportunity to interact, and even maybe even talk with, with Bart Starr. And can you describe that, that innocence last last encounter? With air force. A couple of years ago on thanksgiving, when we retired. Number four. And Barton Sherri came to town for that. And it was thanksgiving evening. And I saw part down the tunnel went out on the field. And he was in great spirit, obviously, had, you know. Trouble recognizing people and so forth. It's like a new who I was, but couldn't come up with the name, and they kept calling me, Mr. cherry said, don't worry Bobby calls everybody, Mr. right now. But he was so very kindly Babic close and actually kiss me on the cheek and we, we had a great relationship through the years. And I I was very fortunate. I have to watch him play when I worked at Marquette university, but nineteen sixties, and then I had the opportunity to work for him for nine years when he was the coach of the passer. So he was a dear friend is knife of gentlemen, as I've ever been around and what a what a Representative for the Green Bay Packers in the National Football League the high compliment coming from you, Bob. We talked to your son a couple of days ago and asked him the same question I'll ask you win. Bart's name is brought up. What are the images and the memories that come to your mind off the top of your head? What pops in. Well, I think kindness would be the first thing I would tell you about. It was obviously very competitive and very talented football player, but he was still kind everybody. It's such empathy for everyone. And I at admire data about you always have time. No matter what he was doing time to be with people. And for example, you know what I was hired here in one thousand nine hundred seventy one by the end define when Dan left in seventy four I was concerned about my future. And the day Bart was named head coach. She called me at home that night. And said, I want you to take over all player contracts, and all the coaches contracts and so forth and so on, and listen for a little bit. And I said, you don't really honored to work for you. Bobby won't be working for me. You'll be working with me, and that's just the kind of Manny was kind of operation he handled, and I guess the other thing I'd have to point out is that I think it was very unfortunate that he got the job as quickly as they did it only have one years offense. Coordinator, takeovers a head coach with a difficult path. He also had the duties of gentlemen Joe which made it extra difficult. And I just don't think he had a fair start Italy, give us organization. He got better as time went on, but I, I've always felt badly, even told me one time he wasn't sure he wanted to jab at that time that he didn't feel he was ready, but it was something the fans demanded and something decorative committee had to do that part was your choice. And so he did it but I was blessed to know it, and we had a wonderful time with his family yesterday down at the Birmingham, we had a very limited. Ten of less than a probably less than a hundred people close friends and family. I flew down there with with Mark Murphy era writers alert McCarron in Denny Kadam, from the hall of fame and spend a lot of time, cherry younger in the family. And it was it was really a wonderful occasion. And they're, they're doing very, very well. In the time we have left him pleased to be joined by Bob Harlan, you knew him in so many different capacities at so many different stages along your lives and careers. What is something about Bart star that the public didn't know and doesn't know now maybe? Well, I would like to see people give it more credit for her to work to be a head coach. I know people say, you know, it was nine years. We were mediocre, there's no doubt about it. But I don't know anyone I've ever been around a lot of coaches coaches while I was with the Packers and. Bard worked as hard as anyone. And I've always felt that if you just had more help from personnel, if you'd have Ron woolfe, for example, like I was lucky enough to have Ron woolfe could have done wonders for Bloomberg took over. He didn't have draft choices because of the John ADL trade didn't I don't think he listened to his personal people as much as they should have. But he worked hard at that job as anyone I've ever been around and no matter how he was treated when he left after being fired. He always, I'll be the greatest Packer fan that there is. And he always was a little speech yesterday. He said when I'm playing he said, I'd get a letter from Bard almost every week winter loose, encouraging me been kind to me. He's doing the same thing now with. And I think that's so great. I think we all should sit back in the state of Wisconsin, and big realize how blessed we've them to have Bartsch. Dr Aaron Rodgers quarterback disorganization, former Packers CEO and president Bob Harlan. Speaking with WTMJ, Scott wars, and great Mets on. Wisconsin's afternoon news. Friday, one day after Bart Starr's funeral down in Alabama. A reminder from Bart Starr's own conversations on WTMJ, two words of his teammates. And those he touched from strangers to Aaron Rodgers plus that famous funnel after the ice bowl, it's all at eleven o'clock this morning on Bart Starr, a legacy remembered exclusively on W T, M J, a reminder that if you're trying to travel the hone bridge.
"ron woolfe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Farve needs a miracle as he trots onto the field for final drive that starts on his own eight yard line. They have to cover ninety two yards in sixty seven seconds of game time with no timeouts to stop the. Doc almost impossible. Almost. There's now a minute to play the next play a missile of far past gift pack across the fifty yard line the clock. Keep running another smart toss by far gets them. A quick ten yards. Nineteen seconds left home grin calls the plate of far. I'll go you know, what to do simple enough. All the wide receivers. Go deep to the end zone. So far takes the snap drops back five steps. And then lets it. Fly waiting for the crowd to tell them if it's caught and. Far rips off his helmet and raises his arms. Lambeau erupts. He sprints to find any teammate to hug and then celebrates like rocky in the ring arm shot straight into the air helmet off screaming his head off to the thousands of fame. Packers fans who just fell in love with. Green grid. Wake up and echo or two. That won. The extra point kick is good in the Packers win twenty four to twenty three farve. Does a lap around the field pumping his helmet in the air to even louder. Cheers from the cheese heads. Meanwhile, high up in the press box GM, Ron woolfe grins looks like his gamble has started to pay off a.
"ron woolfe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Has selected rent favor. Boorda BAC southern Mississippi. Well, one guy who had heard of him Ron woolfe he fell in love with far when he watched him at southern Mississippi. He saw that nothing stopped farve not a horrible car accident, which couldn't keep farve off the field. And certainly not top ten Florida state who the QB helped to topple in an improbable upset wolf hustles into the lambofield offices to search for the president of the Packers. He's calmly sitting at his desk going over concession stand. Prices when he looks up to see wolf rushing in broad Ron woolfe grins in announces sports. G android. We're going to trade for Brett farve, the backup in Atlanta. Yup. Him and all it's going to cost us a first round pick. Well, Ron you must really hate this job to try to lose it on day. One. It's now February nineteen Ninety-two farve and his brother Scott or sitting at his parents kitchen table and kill Mississippi. Nobody lives out here except for the far family. And the alligators that snatch up pet dogs for afternoon snacks. It's such a small town that the gravel road that leads up to the house is named after farve. Dad, Irv far pours himself a Miller lite. It's been two months since he finished his miserable rookie year with the falcons since then he hasn't been throwing any football's really he's just been throwing back beers. He'll show the falcons what he can do next year the phone rings. It's one of the falcons coaches wanted to call and tell you before anyone else did given traded praided. Yup. To Green Bay farve is shocked is this one of his teammates pulling a prank. It's a good one. If so. Nope, it's a real coach. And he's already hung up far. Then tells his brother the news, jeez. Hope you have a winter coat. Their mother Bonita rushes into the kitchen after hearing the news in immediately asks, hey, where did the Packers play far tells her Green Bay? But then she has no idea where Green Bay is the phone rings again. It's the Packers new GM, Ron woolfe. Brett, it's Ron woolfe. I want you to know. I can't wait for you to get here. Lead our team. Thank you, boss. See you in Green Bay..
"ron woolfe" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Host today. This is Ron woolfe son of Pierre wolf, we're having a tribute to peer today as he passed away last week, and covering some the amazing things he did in his ninety three year old life here passed away peacefully of natural causes and we're having a celebration of life. Not only today with the family that will be having something in Denver open to the public likely on December nineteenth. But stay tuned for more on that. I'm chatting with my nephew, Chris Berman who is peers oldest grandson. And we just went to. Some of the amazing experiences. We had Chris in in Africa. But let's zoom zoom over to another part of the world, certainly when I'd never been to. And when he got sore force for that part. Chris. Yes. So I would love to share. A couple of stories about a cruise that. We did. As a family at least, both my grandparents, my mom myself, and my uncle and my aunt Ashley, we actually were fortunate to get on a crude that started in Greece, Athens, Greece and would then take us all throughout the black seat, which was actually became pretty famous in two thousand fourteen because the Olympics were held in Sochi Russia, which was a port of call on our crews and also later for for not so much. A good reason we visited the Crimea in Ukraine, which got some pretty big headlines. Just just in two thousand fifteen but I love to start off by by actually talking about Sochi. So this was my first experience. Even stepping into eastern Europe at all. And stepping into Russia specifically in the none about had the particular visa that was required in order to walk around Sochi on our own. So the only way that we could get off the ship was if we joined a tour, and so this was sold at the highlights of Sochi. Russia and asked me as we got off the the boat with our with our Russian tour guide. We actually saw the huge sign as so she was actually trying to bid in order to host the Olympics and the tour guide again to tell us that Sochi was the place where all of the rich and wealthy from Saint Petersburg and Moscow. This this is where they had their summer beach homes, which was sort of conflicting in my young mind. Even though it it's still have conflicting that we host coachie hosted the Winter Olympics when the Russian see so she has their summer vacation home. But so is very interesting. And this is one thing. I'll never forget it. As we've said, my grandfather, really never never took. No for an answer. Right. He he always was determined to make sure that his experience with the best experience possible. And so the guide told us that we could not step off of the tour at all. But my grandfather really really wanted to get a picture with the Russian guards in so he's sort of he decided that he would take a piece of newspaper here throw it in the trash, and I had to follow him real closely. And right if you standing in front of the he's Russian guards I had to quickly snap a photo before he got yelled at to get back in line. That's just the type of the type of guy. He was it was all about the. -perience right. Push the buttons, and sort of make sure that you're sort of living life to the fullest. And that was just one of the many crazy things. The weird thing about Sochi. Russia's that to are actually the highlights of socio Russia where Santa corium which is a place like a Sofer spring where people in the early lady hundreds early nineteen hundreds would go just sort of rehab, which actually ended up killing many of the people because the sulfur was actually toxic. And then they took us to a garden in still to this day. I look back at the pictures, and I find it just sort of crazy that this city that we were in ended up co hosting the Winter Olympics. I can only imagine how much work they had to do in order to create that infrastructure. Absolutely. And we're talking with Chris Herman when here we'll grandkids and we're gonna actually move onto Devon wolf. And so. Eric migrate board operator biz talk radio. Let's move family line as you're doing that in just to end that segment with Chris that trip we visited Greece we've visited Turkey, we visited Bulgaria we visited Romania we visited the Ukraine in multiple places in Russia. Unbelievable experience. I'd never been to any of those places before at Black Sea cruise gripe the experience, so if the miracle of technology, hopefully, it's my honor to welcome in my own daughter, Devon Delaney. Wolf Devon are you online with us? You wanna take it after noon? Yes, I am. Good afternoon. Fantastic. It's so great to have, you know, one of the things longtime sponsor of the radio program is fantastic hotel, south of Colorado. Sorry, south of Denver in a town called Colorado Springs. And I think you have a couple of memories from this place. You want to tell us about it. Absolutely. So the Broadmoor has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember there's pictures of us going as children as a family, I've gone with multiple other family members, not just Oba and the rest of the Wolfe family, but one of the more memorable trips that we did take with four overs ninetieth birthday two three years ago. Then we were able to really take an experience as it was August the end of the summer all of us together. Kind of a final thing before the last of us have gone to college other than Quentin. And in that visit we were able to take a lot of pictures and spend time together as low as go visit the Penrose room, which from what I understand is a level of formality that would have been at one of the restaurants that opened it have there. We were over the label a level of showmanship and just quality of service that has been unparalleled anywhere else that I've been from table. Side service to just incredible tasting food as low as a live band in just such a charismatic atmosphere. That was just on paralleled what a great description, and I'm sure you'll remember we're all celebrating their in the mazing in the amazing Penrose room highest level of dining at the Broadmoor probably anywhere in the world, really as we celebrated my dad and your grandfather's ninetieth birthday. Do you happen to remember seeing nanna? And no, but doing anything together that was fun to watch that night. I do Oba actually did dance with everybody. I believe who is there especially with nanna, which was just really special to see just for all of us said be able to spend that time with him. Yeah. Devon than in other memories for me for the Broadmoor with you and your brother Clinton who will talk to here in a little bit was amazing summer vacations Broadmoor with our swimming pool and the 0 pool and checking out the swans in there's a zoo nearby. That we like to go to you want to touch on that. Yeah. So the science mountains zoo is probably one of the coolest is that I've been to as the name suggests it is on the side of the mountain. So you get quite the workout in. Well, checking out all the animals, and really it's just a unique environment there. You're able to hint a giraffe. They have a super wide variety of animals. We can take up a kind of tear lift and go all the way to the top of the mountain and views from Colorado being able to see out of spring and the Cheyenne Mountain dew is just a short drive away from the Broadmoor. So it was always a perfect place breath ago. Exactly Devon like five minutes last time. We were there. I saw grizzly bear. And I saw Baldi goal. And I saw mountain lies being fed me. It was amazing. Devon, it's such a pleasure to have you on the Airways on Oprah's program. Thanks so much. Stay tuned for continuing experience.
"ron woolfe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The quarterback situation this season, we know allies going into your sixteen and he does have a couple of Super Bowl rings? But he also has massive bouts of inconsistency. Although we must acknowledge he doesn't have a ton around him outside of saquon back. Yeah. Dari? This reminds me a little bit going back a couple of years with the Green Bay Packers. When Ron woolfe was the general manager where they had Brett farve, and they would bring a guys every year Hasselback through Dell Aaron Brooks and the key is especially early. Dangle Jones's career is to put him in a position to be successful. So in preseason games. You have a really good backup off ride. You wanna script place for him? A you wanna make sure that he's had success early. What that's going to do is that's gonna win the locker room over that. Eventually it's gonna win the fan base over and that's gonna give him the best chance to be successful. You know, more recent memory it's a little bit like Jimmy Garoppolo and Jimmy Garoppolo. I got in the game. So the patriots Becky of Tom Brady. He flashed really good plays and not keep him. A really good foundation won the deal and maximize value in a lot of trade to San Francisco, but gave Khan. Vince that they actually had the guy behind Brady with all the noise with Daniel Jones. It's really important that when he goes in those preseason games he plays. Well, so if I was the giants I would prepare for those games more than usual. And I would make sure that he's going against the other team. Second third streams, and I would make sure that that offense alive protected him a give him the foundation and the confidence. And that's how this noise will gradually erode away. And I know you have some thoughts on Jillian love now. Yeah. The giants picked up to me one of the best players that was available not just today on day three. But maybe in his draft. I'm going back over my game notes when I had Clemson and Notre Dame in the college football playoff semi final. When love went out without a head injury before before he left the field. There were six offensive series for Clemson and Trevor Lawrence their outstanding quarterback for for the Tigers was twelve nineteen for eighty yards. No touchdowns after Julian love one out man date picked on his replacement big. Time. Trevor Lawrence was fifteen of eighteen for two hundred.
"ron woolfe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Of the Boeing here. There was for the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell reaction pretty makes so far the cardinals selecting a quarterback with their first round pick one year after selecting a quarterback with their first round pick. Here's how head coach cliff. Chris bury said he knew that Kylie Murray was the right guy. I don't know if there's anything specific. But just talking though, you coaches, obviously, no Lincoln very well. And hearing the impact he had on that program and the way handled things, you know, sitting behind one of the most prolific players in the history of college football, and and just waiting time and being a leader and doing things, right? That spoke volumes for the young, man. He is the guys Heisman Trophy winner. So the best player in college football. Also, not only the number one pick in the NFL draft the number one pick in major league baseball draft. He said, by the way that he's going to stick with football. Just in case anybody's where he's gonna go play for the Oakland A's instead of stayed around for the cardinals. Obviously cardinals are going to talk. Them up though, since they're the ones who drafted him. But what about the analysts? Here's Ron woolfe ly- the NFL's most colorful color analyst from ninety eight seven FM Arizona's sport's station. And what he told us this morning. There's a lot of people out there that are looking at this with a jaundice eye, and I understand why I do the desperation that is here. But when this kid if he likes it up the way that he's capable of lighting it up. I think people are gonna forget about that quickly. And then there's Will's colleague Vince Miranda with and Murata. He's in Nashville for the draft told us yesterday he thinks the cardinals should not draft Murray and stick with Josh Rosen. But today, here's what Vincent one of the things that I love about his game is it's been very rare in cardinals history to have a quarterback with the ability to demoralized. That's the term. I use demoralized defense by making plays with his legs. And Kyla Murray might already be one of the best ever to do that. Please. Please. Please, please. Can you do that? Could he demoralized other defenses especially everybody in the NFC? West please. By the way, our own Paul Calvi. See was the first local guy to interview Cuyler Murray and did Soviet satellite hook up at the cardinals draft party last night. He will join us in less than ten.
Dolphins 'Close' to Josh Rosen Trade After Cardinals Draft Kyler Murray
"Forward. Arizona cardinals. Coach cliff Kingsbury is pretty happy with the team's first round draft pick. That's our top story. And here's Jamie west. Arizona Cardinals elect Tyler Murray, high praise cardinals talk pick from Ron woolfe Lee. There was on a sports ninety eight seven FM. Let's get the story live from KTAR. Jim cross, Jamie. Wolf says Murray the most explosive player in the draft. But he tells us more news, it's not the decision. He would have gone with. He would've traded the pick away removed. Any doubt about the cardinals current quarterback? Josh Rosen who was last year's first round pack believe Josh Rosen would be very very good and cliff kings, berries offense. But having said that Jimmy let me tell you. There would have been remorse remorse because I think he's Russell Wilson actually says a much more explosive version of the Seahawks quarterback who just signed the richest contract and National Football League
"ron woolfe" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Because here's what I'm. He I mean Rodgers is getting hurt more in his later years. And you know, we just need to plan. You know, if he gets a major injury in and see who that next quarterback is to replace writers. I'm curious myself, Brian when when it's going to happen because I think the Rogers pick it it it almost felt like well somebody's gonna why is he falling is never being around. The draft is watching it and thinking to myself, how is this gonna work out? But I also been somewhat conditioned by Ron woolfe that the Packers take a quarterback. They take a quarterback, and they did it with Brunell and Aaron Brooks couple guys come to mind Matt Hasselbeck elite around draft pick. But nonetheless a quarterback and each one of those guys turned into future draft picks for the Packers. So I think the Packers are a little different situation right now in no, I don't think they're depth. That quarterback is great. I really don't positions that aren't I I'm not a big Sean ties guy at this juncture years and shown a whole lot in terms of being a viable backup in my opinion. I mean, he's gonna wonder to career interception ratio. And the sample size is getting big enough with ties her that I feel like that's more legitimate than not I think the arguments that fan. Would make saying I don't want a quarterback in the first round is very simply we've got other needs that are more important at this juncture, well, you want impact players impact players who can play and rocket right away. So I think we all understand that if knocked on wood Aaron Rodgers were were to get hurt again. And this isn't just a Packers thing. It's an NFL team thing your seasons in a pretty tough spot. If you're starting quarterback goes down with an injury for an extended period of time. Right. So I just I feel as though that tonight's not the night that that day is a year or two or three years away in terms of drafting that successor. And the only thing that we we have discussed with guys like drew locker Dana Jones's they're not being perceived like Aaron Rodgers was in two thousand and five Aaron Rodgers was pick one eight or one b and just so happen to slip to twenty four because nobody else took him. Nobody's talking tonight. Like, drew lock or gain Jones is going to be an option for the number one overall pick, by the way, it's looking more and more likely that that will be collar Murray, according to tweets rolling in from a variety of different reporters. We'll get the official announcement. And a couple of minutes here is the draft gets underway down in Nashville. But it's not like drew lock or Daniel Jones is being spoken about as the next. Great NFL quarterback. Just not how they're being perceived four one four seven nine nine one six. Twenty to join the program tonight. Here's what we'll do. We'll step aside for just a moment. Breath coverage is now officially underway. And we're going to follow through the pigs and try and figure out what those picks mean for the Green Bay Packers out of the picks one through eleven impact. What the Packers might do at twelve. Or if they stay at number twelve to be very interesting first round, we're used to pick in the mid twenties somewhere. And no longer the case at least not this year. So Packers will be on the clock. Maybe sometime in the eight o'clock hour, should they stick at number twelve step.
"ron woolfe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Had about one hundred sixty wildfires again this year, all but one of them human caused live. His center. Jim cross KTAR news. Some looking for a wrong way driver who caused a deadly chain-reaction multiple car crash on the ice seventeen at sunset point early this morning. The department of public safety says the driver was southbound on the northbound I seventeen when the crash happen. Another driver on the road was avoiding the wrong way. Car would have hit an embankment in the median and the driver died. A third car then hit that car and the people inside we're taking a hospital. Another car was struck by the debris from the crash of fifth car, hit the guardrail and left the scene. Arizona's statewide average pump price has climbed to three dollars four cents a gallon from to sixty eight last month. But the good news, Patrick DeHaan. With gas buddy says we may be close to finally topping out. Both think will climb much more than other five or ten cent. Unless of course, there's another refinery issue. But for now things have been relatively quiet cargoes are heading to the west coast will leave you eight the supply crunch the national average for unleaded. Regular gas at the pump is to eighty six a gallon while it was fifteen years ago today that Pat Tillman died in the line of duty after giving up his football career to serve a greater purpose after the nine eleven terror attacks serving two tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, Ron woolfe Lee with ninety eight seven f Evers on a sports station remembers Pat Tillman, Dave his all four not a issue. Not the cardinals not the state of Arizona, but for the nation pats.
"ron woolfe" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"There is no activity in the giants bullpen. So they're not even pretending like they might. Pichit for Rodriguez. Here's the pitch on the way swing. There's a line drive to center field. That's gonna get in their base. Though power up this things one for the second time, very hard. And this time actually gets hit out of it. And here comes Derek Rodriguez. The drive of the game for the giant. So far is quite obviously the heaven longoria. Sponsored by win automotive. The only bay area auto group you can count on for a win win experience. There's a first power jumps back to the bag standing. Giants won nationals one here the fifth inning. Third baseman Randolph plays in the Grassley nationals expecting a bunt here from Rodriguez and he squares roundabout. Here's the pitch and he pulls the back back in. It's called a strike fastball on the inner third own one. Base. Coach Ron motives flashes of signs jets got into Washington the wee small hours Sunday night, Monday morning. After their Sunday afternoon game at home. And had all day in Washington off yesterday. Now showing and a. Curveball just misses off the outside one ball one strike, and again Rodriguez has long look at Ron woolfe is the third base coach say I'll she'll first-base coach whispering into the year of Perot. Power one out. One in one on for the giants in the fifth the game tied at one Rio. Now brings back and swings and taps. It foul. Got a fastball. Just barely got a piece of it rolled back behind the plate. One on Tuesday nights..
"ron woolfe" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Four thirty got unreasonably upset about what the cardinals are doing yesterday. The reports are that they're thinking about keeping Murray and Rosen what's wrong with that. It's the dumbest thing I've ever heard in the history of covering the draft. This is dumb. It is not even real and effective. People are running with it. And actually believe that they would do this is ridiculous now. But I think it, you know, with the way the rookie salaries are structured, I've said it I've said this a number of times take a quarterback every season until you get that position. Right. Not at top not in the top ten. Yeah. But if you're unshaking Ron woolfe did that that was the way the Packers were built, right? Ron woolfe into an effort for generations patriots. Do it all the good teams take quarterbacks late and drafting you don't trade up for quarterback in the number ten set him up to fail so much. So in his rookie year that you clean house with it comes to the coaching staff, then turn around with all the needs. You have take a quarterback number one overall. You know, what the cardinals are like everybody else in the top five hundred draft there. Those those those hostesses outside the restaurants on ocean drive. Are just begging you to come and do business with them. They all want to trade. Now, they want people to believe they're going to take column, or when in actual fact, there's no way in hell. They wanna take column number one overall because they got way too many needs and better overall players worthy of the number one overall pick than just the best quarterback argument the best quarterback at that taking calamari. I mean what they do with Josh Rosen. I have no idea, but they trade and save face with Josh Rosen and trade him for a second. Or, you know, a second and third or whatever they get some kind of value for him. Then that's different. But she's not going to have a number one overall pick and a number ten pick on the same team. I underst- I totally understand. Obviously what you're saying. But what if you don't have any conviction on Rosen yet? Like, you just don't you think he might be able to be great. Do you hold onto them? I'm not gonna say don't they call the Murray. But what are you also think could be great? But you just don't know what's wrong with having that a rigorous it out the reason, you don't know whether Josh Rosen can be great is because you haven't given him a chance to again as evidenced by the fact that you fired your coaching staff last year rookie number what if Kingsbury gets there and says, hey, you know, what guy actually could be he could be really good. He could be a good quarterback. I'm not convinced, but he could be really good. Maybe I can help them turn himself into a great quarterback. But I also this Murray Kidd could be great if you if you convinced that column ERC carrying too. Artifacts at a very low salary. You gotta get rid of Josh Rosen. You can't have sent overall pick sitting as the backup. That's just a waste of assets you traded up to get him. So you would convince last year he was going to be great so much to trade out to get him. So we got us all looking at Steve calm like a dog. What are we doing here? We just go drag quarterbacks and not forget about the rest of the team, actually. Stugatz. I see where you're going with this since you're gonna have a crappy offensive line in front of your quarterback. Why not get a guy that can save his life by running? Well, that makes maybe that's the real no the theory is you don't have a team until you have a quarterback you have to get that position. I you could fill in the rest of the quarterback furnace the best quarterback ever. But if he's if he's getting killed because you can't block for him. Then what does it matter? So maybe call Murphy does make the most sensitive. He can run a good old fashioned BART's draft argument. About. Michael go sit in the penalty box for two ringing cardinals draft talk talk. You brought it up because of how indignant you're talk about the state ready all stars..
"ron woolfe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm John roller. For the second time this week. Uber driver has been attacked the most recent happened last night near ninety first avenue. According to court documents, the suspect is slashed the throat of the driver, no word on his condition. But forty six year old Francisco Diaz is facing attempted second degree murder charges. This is the second assault on a ride share driver this week. The first incident happened in Tempe, leaving a pregnant woman dead. In a statement. Uber says they're relieved the driver is recovering and are helping the police in the investigation. Ashley, flood KTAR news fifteen students at a Mesa elementary school recovering tonight after getting sick eating from pixie sticks. As police say, they're testing, an unknown substance inside, those sticks. They do say the candy tested negative for drugs fifth graders said they felt sick and dizzy after eating the sugar filled. Candy straws brought to school by a fellow student. One child was taken to the hospital for evaluation the rest were released to their parents. Well, another big turnout for Friday's second round out at the waste management. Phoenix Open close two hundred thousand fans turn. Out today. And no it wasn't just on sixteen. It's estimated that the call into work sick number spiked around the valley this afternoon. Two rounds in the books Rickie Fowler leading the tournament at thirteen under par followed by Justin Thomas, twelve under par and former ASU golfer and valley favorite. Phil Mickelson missed the cut this year. He finished at one over, of course, it's Super Bowl weekend in Atlanta. And it wouldn't be complete without Ron woolfe Lee from ninety eight seven FM Arizona's sport's station joining Arizona's morning news to give us his pet..
"ron woolfe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Weather brought to you by Howard air whether replace a repair, call Howard air. It's five oh, wait time. Now for a look at your money from ABC news, Wall Street now stocks had small gains Friday after the Labor Department announced significantly stronger than expected jobs numbers for January US employers added three hundred four thousand positions, but all streets mood, kind of deflated as the day went on. The Dow went from being up more than one hundred thirty points to being down thirty eight it finished with a gain of sixty four the S and P five hundred picked up two points. The NASDAQ fell seventeen pulled down by shares of Amazon which dipped back into bear market territory losing five percents. The company issued weaker than expected revenue guidance for the first quarter on Monday. General Motors begins involuntary layoffs. The automakers expected to cut at least four thousand workers in Wisconsin, the Chinese company Foxconn says it's moving ahead with plans to build flat screen TV's at a new plants, but it's suggesting there may be fewer blue collar, manufacturing jobs and more higher skilled research, and engineering jobs than I thought when the Trump administration touted the ten billion dollar facility, Scott Goldberg. Berg ABC news. If you need more money news, just go to the copper point insurance business center at KTAR dot com right now. We're five minutes away for more with MAC and Gaydos. But now Jim Sharpe from Arizona's morning news. And his sharper point brought to you by Schwartz laser eye center. Again, this year, I invited Ron woolfe Lee former cardinals fullback and a man I call the most colorful color analyst in the NFL onto Arizona's morning news to educate our listeners on how to at least sound like they know what they're talking about it their neighborhood Super Bowl party. But as we found out we are educating morning news acre Jamie, west to just blurt out. Why they play it so much press Kober pressman, Russ. I gotta write this man cover. Okay. Why are they playing so much pressman pressman have coverage? Saving. You gotta say. Cover Jamie, usually insists on going to the movies while the Super Bowl is on. But wolf kept trying. This is all you have to look for one guy a guy that should be rushing. The passer drops off that's called the fires. Fires at all. If you just see that one time say to yourself. Four years older playing fire zones all over the place. You know, I don't know if the maniacal laugh is necessary. But finally, Ron woolfe Lee a man who played in more than one Pro Bowl says here's the secret to beating Tom Brady, and sounding brilliant, people will raise their eyebrows and nod in approval when you say this the way to beat Brady you still rush four drops of it. Yeah. There you go. That's a classic. When you don't know what to say say that. Okay. Because you don't what to say Russia Wardrop seven, Jerry rush. Four drops of it. Okay. Dropped seven. Yeah. Jamie. I hear aquaman is actually pretty good. I'm with you, Jamie. Honestly, enjoy the movies. Join Jim Sharpe. And Jamie west Monday morning at five for China's morning news here on KTAR news, five eleven speaking of the Super Bowl. Sometimes you just go for the party. Right. Well, what are you making for the Super Bowl this weekend? Turns out some states have very different tastes than others in the big game kicks off. And you're having that party. What big dish will you be eating Google has compiled a list of top Super Bowl food recipes that people have been searching for in Alaska. It's not chose in Texas. Spinach dip, Mississippi, white chicken chili but wait in California home of the Rams, it's baked chicken breasts and in Massachusetts patriots territory. Gluten free. Pretzels. At least there's Illinois where it's jalapeno poppers. Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles. Well, you know, the Phoenix Open and the Super Bowl are both this weekend and the number of people getting behind the wheel after drinking could increase. Arizona department of public safety's Frank mills said tells the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show, it is not worth the risk. You've got about five years on your insurance. You've probably gonna spend about ten thousand dollars on fines and a lawyer. It's an expensive evening versus fifteen bucks. For an Uber. Mel said says the other thing that will be increasing this busy weekend is the number of officers out looking for impaired drivers. The west valley is going to be filled with Kelly Clarkson fans, she's.
"ron woolfe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Again, this year, I invited Ron woolfe Lee former cardinals fullback and a man I call the most colorful color analyst in the NFL onto Arizona's morning news to educate our listeners on how to at least sound like they know what they're talking about it their neighborhoods Super Bowl party. But as we found out we are educating morning news acre Jamie, west to just blurt out. Why they play it so much press. Man, cover pressman, Russ. I gotta write this gross man cover. Okay. Why are they playing so much press man covered pressman have coverage? Saving. You gotta say cover Jamie usually insists on going to the movies while the Super Bowl is on. But wolf kept trying. This is all you have to look for one guy a guy that should be rushing. The passer drops off that's called the fires. Fires at all. And you know, if you just see that one time say to yourself. Fire's older playing fire zones all over the place. You know, I don't know if the maniacal laugh is necessary. But finally, Ron woolfe Lee a man who played in more than one Pro Bowl says here's the secret to beating Tom Brady, and sounding brilliant, people will raise their eyebrows and nod in approval when you say this the way to be Brady, you still rush four drops of it. Yeah. There you go. When you don't know what to say say that. Okay. You what to say rush Wardrop seven rush. Four drops of it. Okay. Dropped seven. Yeah. Jamie. I hear aquaman is actually pretty good, right? You can join Jim Sharpe. And Jamie west on Monday morning. Get five for zone is morning. News on KTAR news. Recapping our top story of fourth dolphin and less than two years has neither dolphin Arizona in the northeast valley, the marine habitat says it euthanize Twenty-two-year-old Kawhi after he struggled to eat breathe and swim for two weeks..
"ron woolfe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Schwartz laser eye center. Every year, I invite Ron woolfe Lee, former cardinals fullback and a man I call the most colorful color analyst in the NFL to educate our listeners who might not be the biggest football fans in the world on how to not sound like an idiot at their neighborhood Super Bowl party will join us earlier on Arizona's morning news. And he wasn't just educating. You the listener he was as we found out educating morning news anchor Jamie, west just just blurt out. Why they play it so much press. Man, cover pressman, Russ. I gotta write this man cover. Okay. Why why are they playing so much press? Coverage also too if you just watch you don't have to know anything about football. If you just see that these DB's our up close to the wide receiver. It's press, man. Just blurt that out look at you. Like, oh my goodness. You gotta be getting me writer pressman have coverage. You've gotta say with confession cover Jamie got better, by the way. But I don't know if there's any help other sleep curse. No, you didn't Jamie better. I don't know if there's enough help though for someone who insists on going to the movies while America's favorite game is on the air. But wolf kept triumph. You see a guy who's three hundred pounds. Plus and he drops off into coverage. This is all you have to look for one guy a guy that should be rushing. The passer drops off that's called the fires. Fires at all. You know? If you just see that one time say to yourself. They're playing fire zones all over the place. You know, I don't know if the maniacal laugh is necessary. But finally, Ron woolfe Lee man who played in more than one Pro Bowl says here's the secret to beating Tom Brady and sounding brilliant at your neighborhood Super Bowl party, people will raise their eyebrows and nod in approval when you say this the. Brady, you still rush four drops of it. Yeah. There you go. That's when you don't know what to say say that. Okay. You know, what to say Russia Wardrop seven Jamie, rush four drops of it. Okay. Dropped seven. Yeah. See she actually did sound a little bit more confident later on have you been practicing Jimmy just wanted to check. I couldn't remember writing actually tweeted it out wrong. So I was, you know, passing logs advice, and I put rush forward it drops seven. So I still got it wrong that I'll keep practicing. I'm not going to raise a waste that. Ron's time next year. I'm just telling you that right now, it's eight eleven at KTAR now for the KTAR timeline with Jason gram. It's brought to you by the husband and wife team of briar law. Protecting the rights of the seriously injured in Arizona since nineteen Ninety-six. Good morning. Today's Friday February first and on this day in eighteen eighty four the first volume of the Oxford English dictionary is published.
"ron woolfe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Here's going to be a double pass fits catches it. He's gonna throw a farside is. Larry. Crispus just. The state park stadium. Japanese. Gross. David Johnson down the field water. Great call this is after hours with Amy Lawrence. I would love to Larry FitzGerald back for another year. And our air is on a cardinals insider told us that Larry likes money and he likes travelling, and so there's a chance he'll be back and probably a pretty good chance. Will we see him throw another touchdown pass? I guess when you're quarterbacks really struggling FitzGerald is the best next. Best thing. The best way to go. Dave passion, Ron woolfe Lee with the call on the cardinals radio network, cedar whereby lights for the cardinals this year. But right now, the best thing going for them is that overall number one draft pick in the spring, and the fact that they have a brand new head coach a guy that has never been in the NFL coaching ranks, this is an organization that I've always followed closely have always found it very very first class. They do things right. All the time. The fan base is incredible. I saw the stadium weekend and week out. The Red Sea is one of the most intimidating places in the NFL to have to play in front of. And I can't wait to be a part of this deal. I came here to help this organization gets where we want to be and that's winning championships and giving this city the best team that we can be. Certainly cliff Kingsbury said all the right things. He he hit all the right notes pressed all the right buttons. But.