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"salman woolcott" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"salman woolcott" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That's why a guy like you the interested in that and wants to understand that very important to read because we. There's a lot of times we do these interviews, and you get the the show sheet, and you don't read the book. But this is what I'm going to read. 'cause I'm very curious about your argument. Here's what here's what will be good for you. And what I have found is a lot of people want attack accused throw mud, slinging stuff. But they never read the book, and what we do need is we need to just really calm down and realize where we are with science and observation state have people like yourself where people listened to and one thing I'll give a lot of people credit who have read the book dialogue has been very open. And it's going to be skeptic on both sides encourage you to read the book there enough that that's why the website brainwashed book dot com is there for the science papers are there because nobody goes and read the science papers, you know, and those are really what you need to redone understand, especially when you see what they say in them the cautions. That are giving them all of the information. That helps you understand where the research really is for sweating. Can see in the headlines. So we wanted that available. That's really my goal was to get people to information. Go ahead and be skeptical. You should be. That's why the more we ask more open minded. We are questions early understand that the better off. We're going to be with the choices that we might we make once again the name of the buck. Brainwashed the bad science buying CT and the plot to destroy football marrow Hodges with us on CBS sports radio. This is Zach yelp show getting back to that study that said hundred ten one hundred eleven NFL players that they examine we're diagnosis CT once they were able to study the brain you call it a flaw study in the book, you also say, you're not a CTE denier, but a bad science denier, and we talked a little bit about the science once again when I look at just that headline, and you clearly have researched this so you should have an answer for it. How is the one ten out of one eleven not a major concern? Even if you have a problem with how the study did come about. Well, I'll use one particular thing, that's very very important. When you look at any statistics, what they put up there the hundred eleven if you know statistics that is what we call the numerator. Injured. But people think that's the total number which is the denominator that's twenty seven thousand. So there's really twenty seven thousand former NFL players for every one case of see there's a hundred cases where they didn't even look at the brain. So when you look at something that just had issues that is a bias approach, and you can't draw conclusions off of it. Go back to what I said earlier over got a great number though, one ten out of one eleven if they just look that does one hundred eleven brains from the NFL. Say that again, isn't that still a big number for me? I see that. And I go that's still a major concern. It's a big number for what? To have concern about CT, and we want to get more questions about this answered. Couldn't agree with you more. You gotta get more. You gotta get you. Gotta get more. Two hundred eleven hundred eleven though retired players. There's twenty seven thousand of us if you're not one hundred and eleven so it's really a hundred and ten out of twenty seven thousand potential brains. But you only. Dead though, right to fight against C. You cannot test the brain until the players dead to find out if they have CT right now. They have not been able to discover it correct? The Super Bowl this past year. Dr vermin Salman Woolcott think that they could be that could happen..

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"salman woolcott" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"salman woolcott" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Ravens last night. And the home announcers throw it on his pass in traffic. Tackling. Touchdown. Thank goals. Pretty good night for Andy Dalton. James Horton lapham. Yes. It's amazing. So one thousand nine hundred eighty eight we're playing game at Philadelphia. I think it was our second game of the season. And somebody sent me some of the the the the TV broadcast, and Dave lapham was the TV analysts for that game. Really? Yes. I was he doing that. Then I totally forgotten about that. Dave, obviously was a former great Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman. Yeah. So like Bob Trumpy wanted to the broadcast booth. Dave lapham went into the broadcast booth. Of course, Sam Weiss did Anthony Munoz dead. Salman Woolcott, Chris Collins were dead. I did trying to think if there's anybody else play. I don't know. What are they gonna pipeline accents? And adding. Yeah, here's Andy Dalton says mission accomplished. He threw for two sixty five four scores came out hot and heavy. We wanted to start the game. And so. Daguin four is big win for them loss for the ravens won in one. The Bengals are too many good points that anybody who played for the Bengals needed extra money. What are the more frugal franchises? I would say, yes. AJ green sixty nine yards receiving and three touchdowns Sunday at one Jetson dolphins in what some believe is the most anticipated home opener and the history of the organisation others don't here is Sam darnold. He played well in Detroit says he's enjoying himself. So far, I live my whole life.

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"salman woolcott" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"salman woolcott" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In the National Football League and we've beat the, lowering of the helmet rule to dead horse. Here at this. Point and I think Willie mcginest made a good point earlier in the week that maybe there. Is some overreaction because, of the. Fact that it's only drawing one point. Five more flags per game but still with that being said there is. Still a concern, because of, the fact That some. Of these plays that are that, are being called as a foul have been agreed And some of them are warranted but whenever you have a, change you're going to have people that don't like change and I don't love this real either but I'm willing to give it a chance, at least with the statement that the NFL did release earlier this. Week, saying that in inverted an incidental contact will, not be called when the helmet is used now we need to see how that is officiated but I think it is a good start because that was my main source of frustration with the lowering. Of the helmet rule that it is impossible, to lower your shoulder and not lower your. Head, so if you're getting a good football position you're lowering your shoulder to make a. Tackle yes it is sometimes impossible to keep the head and, the helmet out of the play now I'm all for not using the helmet as a weapon not leaning with the crown of the helmet But the NFL was against. That, before this year but if you wanna tell me don't put the helmet into a. Shoulder don't put the helmet into a knee don't put the, helmet into someone's ads don't put the helmet Into any part of the, body yeah I'm fine with that don't use the helmet as a weapon so once again that is a big cause, for concern entering the season because we don't know how it's going to be officiated. And the NFL referees and the NFL officials are going to be under great scrutiny because we don't know how. That's going to be officiated but I'm at least encouraged by the statement that was released earlier in, the week now let's get to this rule that we had some outrage with in. The Vikings game a few weeks ago and that. Is of course this new roughing of the pastoral where they want you. Stuffing the quarterback driving the quarterback into the ground in a violent matter a bunch of ambiguous, terms but the big thing here is and it's. Ambiguous they don't want the majority, of your body weight landing on the. Quarterback and I think it's all about. Intent like Salman Woolcott sustain if you. Pick up a quarter BAC and drive, them into, the ground we don't need that but if you're just making a nice, hard tackle and you happen to hit the quarterback in your body lands on the. Quarterback and it's an inverted just a good hard. Nosed football play what's the harm in that football is a violent gain. You can't take the violence out of football now there are ways to make the game safer And. A big part of that is teaching how. To, tackle properly but I'll replay this right now I retweeted it and I'll re tweeted again on my Twitter Gelb the play that we're talking about, and I'll take you through it So the chiefs defender. Comes off the edge he sees the quarterback has an open shot at the, quarterback he opens his arm his face mask is up, he hits the quarterback right in the. Shoulder and he lands on the quarterback but the majority of his body weight on the quarterback but he quickly rolls off the quarterback. There is not a second that. Goes by for money? Hits and brings him? Down that he is fully on top? Of the quarterback he immediately rolls off, the quarterback so what is the what's the harm here what is the purpose of this foul, and that was called, roughing the passer and that's the frustrating part, of these new rules is that when you look at, that play anyone that watches football whether it's, been one game in the past or you've been watching football for thirty five plus years you ask ten people and In this country it is, tough for us to agree One hundred percent with things but if you, ask ten people that's a clean play I don't think it's up for debate with three hundred four. Hundred five hundred percent, certainty and 0 amount of uncertainty that is a clean play it's unanimous to me but somehow with these new rules. And how vague and how ambiguous these new rules are You have a, referee throw a flag on that now this is the preseason so there will be overreaction In right away there will. Be immediate overreaction because it's. Something that we haven't seen But later today after today it goes away But at that happens in, the regular season There will be immediate overreaction, and that will continue well into, the week especially if it costs the team. A game that called in that preseason game I. Don't give a rat's ass. If it's preseason that's an embarrassment to football it's an embarrassment and. The fact that that was called the penalty. I don't care what hogwash rule. They make it makes no sense to me I don't care how you interpret the rule. I don't care how you define the rule if. You are an official and. I get it football it's a bang bang sport and these officials. Are in a tough spot when you had. The league breathing down your neck But there's no way no way whatsoever that. Should be called the penalty and it was a disgrace even at a lousy preseason game that the, cheese player was, flagged for. Roughing the passer what was he roughing what was the militias act what was wrong with it There was nothing absolutely nothing Wrong. With. It And as, a football fan it's the sculpting, that was called and I'm someone that I'm all. Four players safety I am and I understand the problems that have occurred because the CTE and football's the violent game But there's no reason no, matter how much, you're trying to make the game safe that that play in a preseason game between the. Chase and the bears or if it's a regular season game a, playoff game or in the Super Bowl whatever it is there is no reason and no definition and no justification for that flag to be thrown so what do you think. About the chiefs bears play in roughing the passer and I wanna spark some conversation about this. Roughing the passer rule because we talked so much about lowering, of the helmet and that is sports so much conversation but there's a rule here that now we seem to agree, just examples of it being called and when it gets into the regular season with this rule it may only be worse, because how many times you see a player hit a quarterback and lands on the. Quarterback and a lot of times you can't control how much body weight you put on the quarterback Because the goal of the game is to beat up the quarterback win the battle in the trenches and put the quarterback on his bottom eight five. Five two one two four CBS eight five five two one two forty to twenty seven we. Take your phone calls on this new roughing the passer rule, we call it the Arron Rogers rule and also when we come back we'll get into a little saquon Barkley verse, Sam darnold Zach yelp Joe CBS sports radio but I lady CBS sports update with Chris lopresti.

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"salman woolcott" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"salman woolcott" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And have gone ooh bags flakes persia a hammer but i don't know maybe i'm just a renaissance man and there are sued off what he said we know you're all from eminem the trio lopez and everything and that's great but i mean i wouldn't use this as an exercise in north i think this is more the fact that you're a little bit older than people is what this is i don't know maybe i i was just i don't even know why it hit me yes and so i took the pictures over there at the at the stadium australia had picture like do you know little whose evert is all because of be bowl it did peak so what aid peek at number twelve on the charts in 1963 yes night basically again it's seeks the greg i'm with you and was only nineteen years before was born out of a whole stadium is purple and everyone gats great now yeah it when you are right i will give you credit you are right about steven espinoza looking at a picture of israel oprah's it's a good picture the nice picture so what's he offended by this i know i as a matter of fact you know he was there with his girlfriend and renounce i'll just say look i'm not trying to offend anybody who's tornado passes goodlooking guy and he was a good actor and his good singer have we said stephen espinosa's name enough very well no not really a few more times you lied steven espinoza a big favour for me that mayweather mcgregor fight with a with a tremendous ticket nice i don't i see the isis stadium is beautiful man i want to go there i'd love to be there i love to go and check it out and said boomer shown me more pictures of the of the stadium but yes the steven espinoza gonna stop by salman woolcott and older boomer teammate is gonna stop by he's doing something with concussions actually okay that'll be fun so it's a very important interview you're going to win here okay i did tell of i go well i go we do a fun like morning shows a just like a quick mention oh digitel that i did not him directly his people boomers people told his people by let's keep the concussion off to a minimal i.

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