17 Burst results for "Sean Merriman"
CoinDesk Podcast Network
"sean merriman" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network
"Piece. Like, in 2000 and four, we pitched a rookie NBA player on doing a text message journal after each game. Just send a text message saying, good game tonight. Let's get him next time. And like once a week, how The Rookie season was going. And the reaction was, that is such a big ask to ask a professional athlete to send a text message after each game. And you fast forward ten years and it's like, here's my walk in tweet. Here's my photo for Instagram. That's gonna get posted of me carrying my shoe and that generational shift when it happens it happens fast. And to me, once the technology gets into the background, the better off everyone will be and seeing where it blockchain makes sense and where it is just a luxury item that's just tech for tech sake. I mean, we saw this last week, I believe, wasn't StockX who basically said they were no longer guaranteeing authenticity on their sneakers, right? So to me, it feels like a really native opportunity is not only to think about provenance and to be able to prove ownership, but also I think again, just going back to Nike, the idea that someone buys a doodle for .3 eth and then flips it for ten years later is not out of the realm of possibility for someone who bought Dior Jordans and flips those for ten times. It's the same mindset, right? The same kind of collect and create value. And even if I wore them, they're still value after all of that. So I do think there's something really fascinating that's going on in the world of authenticating merch that can be provable from the moment it hits the buyer. I'm a little skeptical on physical goods and authentication through NFTs and blockchain. I know it could work. Of course it can. But the idea of like, hold on, I've now sold you this handbag. Now let me go on to my wallet and I'm going to get your wild address and transfer you over the proof of ownership to it and we're going to write now to it that I it feels like a lot of work at this point. One of the things I always wish top shot had done was be able to, for lack of better words, launder your moment through the athlete, like the idea of LeBron is who transferred me his moment, and that is permanently on the record. When Twitter became a thing at a friend who got a reply from an athlete and I was like, that's like getting a new autograph at this point. 'cause it was there on a permanent record that Sean Merriman from the San Diego Chargers replied back to you at this time. And that idea of like, it's a like from a celebrity, like all those things compound over time and become real proof of authentication, proof of happening. I think back to the earlier question of fungible loyalty is something that I could nerd out on forever because if you're not one of the top ten brands, it's really tough to build any sort of loyalty program. And all my purchases on the record are something that just has massive opportunity to help brands, but also people find the right things for them. And unique interesting ways, but I think will be an interesting balancing act to see how we get there. Ricky, let's just turn now to vista, because I think the fact is this has been a 25 year old brand that's built on providing creative services for helping businesses do business better. So you mentioned you guys were millions of small businesses. It seems like there are opportunities that may not be showing themselves today, but that will show themselves soon in terms of how blockchain, whether it's through membership loyalty, NFTs can help these small businesses. So I would love just your perspective on kind of what are the types of strategies that maybe the small and medium sized business should be thinking about now and going into the future. You know, I think anyone that was comfortable with KickStarter probably will be comfortable with different things that are starting to emerge from equity fundraising. The notion of NFTs, you see so many companies coming to make it way more turnkey, even when Instagram is starting to make happen of being able to mint and feed. If someone was wanting to start a KickStarter, I feel like that's an area that, though we got comfortable with quick and that idea of this exclusive NFT, you get unlocks for you, the free coffee. And you're starting to see with restaurants in New York where just interesting opportunities that are emerging of the benefits of having the NFT be it through Gary's place with flying fish that will exist at some point. Shout out fly fish club. I feel like I should say spawn con as I bought one of them. And I was like, it just seemed like a good thing to have. But there's so many others that are starting to, I think, dame is doing one if not mistaken. Where it's just very easy to understand the idea of this membership can get you the table. This membership can get you to free coffee. Again, I think trying to find those creative areas to soft on board will go a long way for people. I think as a relates to just the heavier lifting, the finance side of things, again, I think some company is going to be the square in this space. You think about what square has done over the last decade to revolutionize financing for a small business. And someone will do that into space and someone will or a hundred companies will try to do that. And one will succeed. And that will make big toothbrush style changes for how small business operates, but I don't know if people were even realized it's a web three company, so much as it's just an easier way to get access to the capital you need. And then you kind of look across the problem set that so many small businesses have and it's customer acquisition. HR, it's staffing. It's real estate. And I think that's just where, again, the patient's piece is so important. Anything that had a web two version probably will have a web three version. But if a problem hasn't been solved for a small business of web two, it's tough to guarantee that web three is a solution.
The Dan Patrick Show
"sean merriman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Dan Patrick podcast network this week's guest is Shawn Merriman, who talks about channeling the emotions he had from growing up homeless into being a great football player in the birth of lights out. Here is a clip from Marcellus Wiley with Sean Merriman. So I was getting some notoriety in the country. And they asked me, they said, hey, why do you, why do you play football? And I looked at the guy not having any media training, nothing. I said, I could do anything I want to somebody and not go to jail. Yeah, I was like, I'm glad they picked that back up because I would have looked like a psychopath back then, but I think what I was trying to say as a kid was, I was going through a lot. And that was my outlet. That was how I got everything off my chest because that's a two hours in my day that I didn't have to worry about everything else that was going on. And so I didn't realize that was me kind of then out at that time, but looking back on it now, which I was just speaking from what I was going through. That's Sean Merriman, the podcast more to it on the Dan Patrick podcast network with your host Marcellus Wiley, the former NFL pro defensive end. Sean Merriman had a lot of energy. Oh, yes. Lights out was appropriate in terms of the way he played. I remember him coming to the San Diego Chargers after I was abruptly released. And just saw his immediate impact, the energy he played with, as he talked about, his emotional content was on full display every single Sunday 'cause he had it hard growing up. Not homeless once by homeless twice a really tough upbringing that he was able to extract all of those issues and demonstrate them on football field on Sundays. When you look at some of these guys who have been busted for PEDs, like Antonio Gates, that's not going to hurt him as a Hall of Famer, right?
The Dan Patrick Show
"sean merriman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Patrick podcast network this week's guest is Sean Merriman, who talks about channeling the emotions he had from growing up homeless into being a great football player in the birth of lights out. Here is a clip from Marcellus Wiley with Sean Merriman. So I was getting some notoriety in the country. And they asked me, they said, hey, why do you, why do you play football? And I looked at the guy not having any media training, nothing. I said, I can do anything I want to somebody and not go to jail. I was yeah, I was like, I'm glad that you picked that back up 'cause I would have looked like a psychopath back then, but I think what I was trying to say as a kid was, I was going through a lot. And that was my outlet. That was how I got everything off my chest because that's a two hours in my day that I didn't have to worry about everything else that was going on. And so I didn't realize that was me kind of van out at that time, but looking back on it now, which I was just speaking from what I was going through. That's Sean Merriman, the podcast born to it on the Dan Patrick podcast network with your host Marcellus Wiley, the former NFL pro defensive end. Sean Merriman had a lot of energy. Oh, yes. Lights out was appropriate in terms of the way he played. I remember him coming to the San Diego Chargers after I was abruptly released. And just saw his immediate impact, the energy he played with, as he talked about, his emotional content was on full display every single Sunday 'cause he had it hard growing up. Not homeless once by homeless twice a really tough upbringing that he was able to extract all of those issues and demonstrate them on football field on Sundays.
The Dan Patrick Show
"sean merriman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Be the most powerful in the locker room. So the playmakers, the ones who are balling, they don't have to fight. Why am I fighting? You already know, go get my Popeyes, go get my go get my food, go get my donuts. That's to me the fight for to be the most powerful. The last guy you would ever fight in the NFL was who? John rando early. Ray Lewis middle, late in my career, Sean Merriman had a moment there where I was like, yo, I don't know what he's on, but I did find out. The point is, those three news kind of stood out like, yeah, they playing football a little more than the average Joe. James Harrison would scare me. You know what? I know James Harrison. He is a teddy bear. And I'll say that lightly and with a lot of miles between us right now. But he's like, it's just I know him. I know that that is a little bit of his protection, a little bit projection, not necessarily to the core. But he'll put hands on you for sure. All right, help me understand this Mike Evans situation. You just got embarrassed. He dropped the football. He had a sure touchdown. He goes off the field and two officials are there talking to him. What did you see? Yeah. I mean, in that situation, it's all about the optics. The integrity of the game is more than just, are you making the right calls? It's also the perception of it all. And just like with a player, if you saw a player jogging on a play, you would start to question the integrity of that play the integrity of that player. And it's the same thing with a referee after a contest. We just don't want to see you going up for an autograph session. It just can't go down. Not on the NFL's watch and not what thousands of people in plain view. So in that situation, I know he probably thought, hey, I'm in the tunnel, the game's over. What does it matter? But you got to be smarter than that. And so in that situation, I just blamed the officials for really compromising and undermining what the integrity of the game looks like. What do you expect from the Buccaneers, given what's happened and now they play tomorrow night against Lamar Jackson. I wondered, how do you, how difficult is it to prepare for Lamar Jackson? I wondered if it was like when you try to prepare for army football, that you don't see it every week. And but when you see it, it still is successful. Yeah, the most difficult thing is to find that athlete that can represent what Lamar Jackson is going to bring during the game. And there's no one on your team.
The Dan Patrick Show
"sean merriman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Pretty good. Amazing. Jared, Jeremy and Alabama, hi, Jeremy, what's on your mind? Thank you, Todd. Thank you, Todd, for it. That's just you made my day. I had a question about this at Mark Evans thing that would you rather have Mike Evans do this with this referee do this will mark Evans so that everyone's seen it. Or would it be more suspicious if they did it in private back in the back of the stadium somewhere? I mean, and people see them go into a closed room and I kind of want to see this out in the open because like the referee's really going to do something like yeah, I'm going to go out here and we're hard to go talking about gambling earlier. Doctor really going to do something illegal, stupidly in front of it. No, no, the appearance of preferential treatment, though. That's what you need to know. Friendships, they both went to Texas a and M. It's just people will read into things. And you can't blame them. You're going to. This day in sports history, Paulie. 2005, the White Sox defeated the Astros for their first World Series in 88 years. They swept the Astros. And then talk about a player who you wish didn't get an injury. Mario Lemieux scored his 500th NHL goal. He still played well after his back injury, but he wasn't the same. They also had cancer. Yeah. It could have been the greatest player of all time. Could have. Let's go around the room, what we learned on the program Todd will start with you. The NFL NFL players myself while he would have least likely wanted to fight John Randall ray Lewis Sean Merriman. See, no Connor, what did you learn today? For some reason, the 1900s sounds like a long time ago. Yeah. A long time. Aaron Rodgers channeled fritzi. Whatever it is. I think Hollywood, what did you learn? Any excuse to play it again, Aaron Rodgers did this.
The Rich Eisen Show
"sean merriman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"They were in Phoenix, but Arizona. Got it in 2000. And then Chicago Bears a son in my second deal. And then I was trading to the jets, and I sounded my third deal to him. And I was released by the jets, and then I signed a two year deal with the chief. So during that time, I run it back and get four deals potentially and that was I got 10,000 yards if you're good. Yeah. But I think what helped me was early on in Arizona, I didn't have as many carries. So there wasn't as much wear and tear on my body. So by the time I ended up in Chicago, I think it was year 5. I was just kind of coming into my own and starting to get two 50, 300 carries a year. And then also we had to take care of my body, so by the time I ended up in New York, I think I was 29, obviously I was supposed to be done. But I continue to get better. I think in 2000 7, I had 1100 yards, 2008, I had 1300 and it was just starting to Pro Bowl 2009 at 1400. And it was kind of this weird thing. It was like a couple of articles about how his numbers going up with his age versus going backwards. And I felt like, honestly, I could have had more, you know, I think if I would have stayed in New York that last year with the offensive line that we had in the chemistry we had with our offense I think I might have been able to pull off another 1415 on New York City. Thomas Q Jones here on the rich eyes and show, who was in the pro ball when you were there. This isn't why, obviously, it was at the old elani hotel as well. Back in the day. Where everybody's staying in the same hotel and the president just feel was right next door and then the beach was right behind that. You didn't have to move. You didn't have to move, didn't have to move into next year. It was in Orlando. So I was happy that I was able to play there in one of the last years, because it's just a nostalgia of being in white, the Pro Bowl. I think Chris Johnson, I don't think Chris played it again in ankle injury. Marshawn Lynch, I think, was an alternate. So it was me Marshawn, Leon Washington, from the jets. Yummy and Leon both are in the Pro Bowl the same year. I'm kidding. I can't remember who the other back was. So how big was your family that you had a brain? Oh, I ended up, I ended up having a party in Hawaii. I ended up flying about 50 people. Damn. Yeah. Well, that's the whole thing about the Pro Bowl back in the day is that for the first three runners. Ronnie Brown was Ronnie Brown was the other one too. Yeah, back in the day, so the first three quarters, there wasn't a lot of action in the fourth quarter, everybody does. Everyone does the math about how much of a difference it is to win and lose this game and how much money you've spent on bringing your family your friends out there and you start doing the math and just like I better win. We have to win so we can get the bigger check. Yeah, I had a big party over there. I had an NG Martinez. That's when I had my music label as well. I had a music label while I was in the NFL, and so I was really good friends with a lot of different DJ DJ clue, NG Martina, she hosted the event. All the guys that were in the Pro Bowl came. It was a lot of fun. And that was, that was just a time that I wanted all my family and friends and people there. So it was worth it. But the first three quarters, like you said, in the Pro Bowl, there was at one point I was talking to my family on the sidelines. Yeah, right. And the fourth quarter, all of a sudden, the energy just shifted. And it went into play off mode. Because guys are like competing like the last 8 minutes of the fourth quarter, I think we lost Peyton was Peyton Manning was a quarterback, but 14 years ago. How many pro bowls do you like? Was that was the only one you didn't give out your room number to anybody, did you? No. Because you know what happens there, right? Back in the day, they put their drinks on your room. Oh yeah, I believe Sean Merriman once got like a $20,000 tab. That wasn't going to happen to me. Especially at that time. The Romo made it Sean Payton was busting his stones and broke the huddle of an NFC practice with Romo's room number. That actually happened. I mean, I can definitely see that happening. I mean, that essentially happened to me, my rookie year, you know, I was the 7th overall pick, so I had in a little way in some ways. I mean, I had to buy breakfast and all that stuff. So, I mean, I had a tab for the entire season, breakfast tab. So I know what that felt like. A breakfast tab. Yeah, it was a breakfast table. But they've put in fillet mignons on it anyway. They're just a little steak and eggs. Sometimes, and then Thursday night running back dinners. So I had a tab pretty much halfway, every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. Any day that ends and watch, pretty much. It sounds like Thomas Q Jones here on the rich eisen show gone back. Jake cutler the other AFC quarterback. Jay Cutler was a quarterback? Peyton Manning. Yeah, Jay was Jay was a quarterback that season as well. I remember because I think I sat next to Jay on the on the bus going to practice one day, and it was one of the most awkward bus rides, I mean, we're just sitting there like next to each other and didn't say anything. He was like, and I expected for some reason, I don't know, you know, I thought that we would have a conversation quarterback running back, but I think I mean, hello was something he was just he said. Maybe he was on focused on the practice or something. I don't know. But that's how I remember Jay Cutler was on the team. Oh, and Brett Favre made it. He made it, he didn't play though. Okay. That was the Britt jet season. How do you make the Pro Bowl that season? And rich, look in the Thomas with your jets and three seasons. 3800 yards rushing 28 touchdowns. 13 and 14 touchdowns in back to back season of my favorite jets. Crazy. That was an incredible time for my career because I finally felt like I was
Up On Game
"sean merriman" Discussed on Up On Game
"Have you ever heard, 'cause when I first was seeing you, you were big, you did have the dreads. You didn't have the touch, and I was a drag, too. So I know all about it. I see you going back down the journey as well. I don't know how far you gonna go with it, but everyone go that far. We're gonna go that far. You had your main, you had to the tats and look, they who win the war right the history, right? That's all you see. That's all you see now. And so many ways, your pioneer. I mean, if you look at Henry, that's a carbon copy in terms of big rocked up fast tats, dreads, right? Like, you're a pioneer, how does that feel now knowing that you had to do that uphill battle? It's almost like in a way. It's almost like a AI type of scenario, right? Because you are the first one. Like literally, I could say confidently. I'm thinking, you know, you can think about them you boys like nausea, diving important few of them, as you're in James, but they weren't, they weren't larger than life figures coming in. It wasn't like this big tall ginormous running back tats and dreads and he's out on them. Like, what was that like for you now when you look at where the game is, the culture of the game, now what, you know, how does that make you feel? You know, it makes me feel good because it means that I did my part, right? You know, not only did I help break it into the day to today Sunday football watchers, televisions that could talk about the commercials and things like that. I was able to be on the spearhead of that, but also, I guess I handled myself in a way that they didn't have those stereotypes you want to put on that look or what you want to assume about that person that looks like, you know, what I look like. I broke those. I help break some of those doors down to make now that these guys are getting contracts and these commercials. And not having that second thought of what I knew I faced in the boardroom, it just proves that I did my job. So let's talk about that lead to endorsements, knocking down the doors. I just had this conversation with my homie yesterday. So I'm real tight, you know, I mentored Sean Merriman. So when I saw the commercial hit, I was like, hey, hard is commercial to this day? It's still the hardest one to this day. The last of the mohicans I referenced earlier, they're playing the theme music from the movie, you got Sean dogging cats, but then here comes Steve grabbing the ball and rolling out and doing what he's doing.
2 Pros and a Cup of Joe
"sean merriman" Discussed on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe
"That's all you see now. And so many ways, your pioneer. I mean, if you look at Henry, that's a carbon copy in terms of big rocked up fast, tats, dreads, right? You're a pioneer, how does that feel now knowing that you had to do that uphill battle? It's almost like in a way. It's almost like a AI type of scenario, right? Because you were the first one, like literally, I could say confidently. I'm thinking, you know, you can think about them you boys like nausea, diving, important, few of them, as you're in James, but they weren't, they weren't larger than life figures coming in. It wasn't like this big tall ginormous running back tats and dreads and he's out on them. Like, what was that like for you now when you look at where the game is, the culture of the game, now what, you know, how does that make you feel? You know, it makes me feel good, 'cause it means that I did my part, right? You know, not only did I help break it into the day to today Sunday football watchers, televisions that could talk about the commercials and things like that. I was able to be on the spearhead of that, but also, I guess I handled myself in a way that they didn't have those stereotypes you want to put on that look or what you want to assume about that person that looks like, you know, what I look like. I broke those I help break some of those doors down to make now that these guys are getting contracts and these commercials and not having that second thought of what I knew I faced in the boardroom, it just proves that I did my job. So let's talk about that led to endorsements knocking down the doors. I just had this conversation with my homie yesterday. So I'm real tight, you know, I mentored Sean Merriman. So when I saw the commercial hit, I was like, hey, hard is
2 Pros and a Cup of Joe
"sean merriman" Discussed on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe
"I mentor Sean Merriman. So when I saw the commercial hit, I was like, hey, you got Sean dogging cats, but then here comes Steve grabbing the ball and that's you. As goosebumps, 'cause we talk about the concept of and what if we were trying to show the grind for week to week seasons, you know, through the fall through the winter, right? Regardless, indoors. Yeah, it was exactly right. But every week you gotta grind. Up on game. Presents. Conversations with a legend. And now, here's lavar airing ten. Welcome to another exciting edition of conversations with a legend presented
All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"sean merriman" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"While replenishing every increasingly precious resource, like the reduction of soil loss by 40% with every acre grown in a world where sustainability matters more than ever, we need all the help we can get, and there's no greater resource than the capable hands of American corn farmers. That's something I saw you doing that on Twitter man. I thought that was wonderful. I thought that was amazing that you were taking your time, you were rallying the community, you're getting people out there to feed. You were feeding folks. You guys were feeding the community. And then I saw the photos with Brad and flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers. That shit was wild, man. What surprised you the most about having like Sean Merriman, Brad Pitt, and fleet in watts? What was the most surprising thing about their presence there? Really, you know, as is not tripping at all. That's jumping on somebody's moped. You know what I mean? He's just more paid right here. He's just motorcycle and go to his liquor store against a cigarette. You know what I'm saying? No security. None. You know? And just how, you know, how selfless those guys were. You know, really, man, just like flea, brass, shine. Those guys come in and put in a major time in our trip and I'm like, look, you know, and no autographs, you know, photos, then that's going on. That's only for the people from this community, right? That's it. Yeah. So to see them really go out and open up, you're just like, half a year straight, bro just like a prize, man. It was enough food, you know, for the family for the whole week. And you know, at the whole year, those guys probably missed like three Fridays. And they weren't happy about that, right? So that was unbelievable, man. A lot of my childhood friends, you know, we got together and we really grinded it out and made sure, you know, shout out to my boy Ricky Davis, another real run lesson. You know, Ricky Davis. Didn't he bring Trump. Didn't Rick bring like a truck or something, 18.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"sean merriman" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
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"sean merriman" Discussed on Charger Chat
"Saw sean merriman gave gin mills his a two thousand seven pro bowl. Watch in ways and everything. I don't know how you don't win. Fan of the year. When sean maher if you're being recognized by you so much you his pro bowl watch yeah. Shut your mouth. Give her all the money. All the awards. Let's go yeah. That was to see that like i mean and and honestly no better person could could. She's just been so giving an and carrying an in vocal community. little things. like no reason for no reason complexes just the best so she does that for everybody though like she's just always thinking about everyone salute we and if you're not following gin mills if you're not on if you're on newer fan or something or live under a rock. Go check out bills on twitter. Just get on twitter just to follow jin. Yes she does give away. She's always helping people out and Yeah do it and if you want to always do that either way either way but if you're gonna follow anybody gin mills to follow before us gopher generals we have good gifts and positive takes not as many giveaways is no not not quite the level. We're not there yet. But we'll slowly but surely we will get there so jen mills. Thank you so much for coming on talking with kevin again and again happy birthday All right folks will now. It's time to go onto the next segment. It is coach's corner. Let's see what kyle has going on in the corner over there where.
"sean merriman" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Hunter. The fuck is that guy? What's up, people? Welcome to amazed a podcast. It could be a great one. I got Bill daws here. Sean Merriman's coming three time Pro Bowl. Football player who now is looking for a fight. He has his own promotion called lights out MA and has been trying to fight Shaq or he wants to find a celebrity. He called out Shaq, ochocinco. He called it all these nobody wants to fight him. I've never seen it in the leg before. Nobody even responds to him. And the guy's got like 350,000 followers. It's not like Twitter? He's on Twitter. And he wants to find a celebrity. And he even said, he'll fight Jordan burrows, who burrows is like gold medalist wrestler who wants one MMA fight. American is like, I'm here. And nobody, everyone ignores merriment. This baby is named as lights out, but I'm never was there any like before. So I know I am just as afraid they'll get destroyed by he's been training 5 days a week at blackhouse for like the last four or 5 years. So he's not just some guy who like, I'm just gonna take up fighting and see how it goes in three months. So I don't know, but I mean, Shaquille O'Neal, when I heard of the dumbbell, I heard he's a brown belt and has legitimate jiu-jitsu skills. He won't fight him. Don't you jitsu? Yeah, but I think but I think it's one of those things where Shaq knows probably three moves, but no one can do anything. You know, because who's going to defend the Kimura, by Shaq? Have you ever rolled against a guy that is just huge? You can't do anything like where they only know a couple of moves all the time. And what happens? I mean, even like when I mean, this is when I was a white belt rolling with Joe Rogan just because a guy saw strong and write it out, man. You can't move them..
"sean merriman" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"Leyla host errands. The fucking gladiator out. The other like life is weird. Sometimes right that's true and it's funny because like more people know me from this then anything that i've done in my five year career right. I started out doing promo videos with with my friend boosts and wang who was a video for one of the video offers for amazing race and a bunch of reality. Tv news like. Hey like a train. anime. I wanna fucking you know i. He tells me i can shoot shit better than embedded and i was like word. Okay cool and i was fight academy with savant. Young and herb deed and for a little bit edwards was afternoon dj. not coach. Gene man only attended three classes like whatever as uses a friend. That's a weird when the fucking say but you know the first video. The i remove video that we did is heinrich awesome for ricky scraps for combat. They america the second one we do is the guy a derived. Dan rodriguez who number fifteen analysis. Yeah yeah cyrus. Shoot your shot right that. Although that's that's the other guy that's kind of forgot his name to bearded guy Okay i forgot. That guy's name Cuban missile crisis is monica. Julian i wanna see julian marquess right there. You go. you're right. You're right so crazy. That i derived is now in the afc right as marquess that we do for twelve of them for like king of the cage for four skanky. We do some combat. They would do some ceac. South of it's now lights out. Alex with sean merriman and you know. George buster mogia and See that right. So that that there's that then we were actually in talks with in court. Bauer which again strange shit. Because the to podcasts. That i listen to the most when i had lost my job back in twenty twelve and i was actually trying to get into the military as a way to provide for my family because i felt that it was nothing home right. I was losing weight. And i would listen to the. Msw podcasts along with the art of wrestling broadcast. Into joe rogan. Yup i was like i do his conspiracy theorists and i was just like still happen. Smoked i you know like i was living a pretty clean. Ask life. yeah you're in a unlocked that pandora's box never gonna return and that's exactly what fucking happen but so-social went was that unlocked. I'm curious i was working at a corporate tech company. Bicker silted. oh money. I ever made in my life up until that point and i would like. We made communication radios cool. Shit like you know. indiana jones. Like if you go to indiana jones at disneyland like communication radios are in the fucking ride right on cool shit like oh made the fucking cellular devices so the people that are fracking right and for those who don't know hydro where the stick arm and whatever and then the gas whatever the leak or whatever but two weeks later all the fisher dead in the pine and if you turn on the shower you're getting fucking third degree burns wearing poop..
The Kevin Sheehan Show
"sean merriman" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Think if the defense takes extra step right. I mean you're looking at a front four of all first round picks. We had sean merriman in studio earlier this week and he loves washington. He's a defensive guy he thinks chase young's gonna have thirteen or fourteen sacks this year He he he loves what he's seeing from him he thinks he's going to wreak havoc. He did say you know there are gonna be times where chase young now is going to have a couple of games where he doesn't Doesn't get to the quarterback he thinks says factory and they come in bunches but he loves what he's seeing defensively and the crazy thing is in this. Kind of me sean. Maryland been retired for. How many years like. I played with ryan fitzpatrick. He was a teammate of mine. It's like good lord. But he's like it but what he said was you know. He's like fifty he's gonna have great stretches and he's gonna have bad stretches like we all matt anticipate but he said in this division You know those three four games may not matter all much. So he was a believer in fitzpatrick playing with him He loves the defense. He loves that front. And he's like what you know chase young like i. Did you know paraphrasing for shot. Mary means he's gonna get double team this year. He's going to get chipped. He's gonna he's gonna be the reason Teams you gotta come after him but washington has enough talent elsewhere to make other teams pay for that so is it opened up test sweat and he was talking about sweat there so i think that's how it'd be dead wrong William jackson does he continue as a ball or a corner He locked down there so I think there's plenty of chances You know. I bet. Jason davis to win rookie of the year Defensive rookie of the year. Which would be kind of interesting considering. That'd be back to back defensive. Rookie of the years in washington Don't really love my position where i'm at right now. Just based off of how the preseason went but that said. I think if if you're asking me how wrong is. James davis turns out to be the linebacker. That ron rivera. jack. Del rio handpick right. I mean he was a riser and the draft process going nineteen was.
The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"sean merriman" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Twenty seven six and over dustin. Connor says i'm only count knockouts in records nowadays. He's only lost once. This guy's lost more. It is been personal in this build up between connor and dustin. The last time caught her in dust and fought. Connor has come out and said to both aerial wanting and stephen a smith who is now the insider for espn with interviews excited to hear those continue to go. Conor mcgregor said the last time we thought it was seventy five eighty percent of boxing. I was getting ready for manny. Pack yell that's what he said he's seventy five eighty percent which is a charity. Didn't really focus on the mixed martial arts. He said this time the family's not around it is one hundred percent focused on mixed martial arts. He already had a fight scheduled in jerry world. I think with manny pack. Yale boxing that he was looking ahead to this time. He's not doing that. He's back to the asshole. Hungry mean vicious killer conor mcgregor. That is what he said. We will find out tomorrow night. I believe we will have a boost on fan at some point today. Boosting conor mcgregor knockout. I don't know what from two what to. But i'm on his side and it'd be honest. I hope it happens because i have been a notorious connor mcgregor fan for a long time. Although i know he's been through a lot and he's waking up in satin sheets in yachts and i don't know how easy it is to get up and want to kill somebody when you have to do that. Like he was in his documentary living in the attic of his mom's house in initiate shit training. And then all the way to the superstardom with proper twelve selling and making hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars being the highest paid athlete at such a young age. I mean what he has done is absolutely wonderful. I'm not one hundred percent sure. All that success is conducive to continued success in the fighting world. I think it is proven time and time again that it is hard to hit the streets in hit the ground and get beat up every single morning. If you're incredibly wealthy conor mcgregor seems to have gone back in time with his attitude and he also said to employ that does employees wife wanted to fuck him. At one point eight is going to be insane. Can't wait to watch it. Are you guys going to be watching. Or you just gonna watch highlights on sunday when you wake up on social media. Give a run for sure because sugar sean. To and hardy hannah chance. I'll watch the sugar. Sean is going to be probably at some point. I believe is the first fight on the pay per view cards. So they'll get my money. Yep because the sugar sean. Match leading off. Now greg hardy. Fighting that's fascinating gets knocked out really bad. Everybody on earth wants to get. I think so. He's not good right. He's a good fighter. He's not gonna. I mean i don't think he won his last fight but i don't think he really did much. You're you're saying greg card naga fighter. Angie hit well. I think he's a piece of shit as a human. You know for sure which has been. He came out yet said yesterday or two days ago. He said i've been found guilty of nothing. I've been accused of the narrative about me. That was his big angle. Then he cut a promo on. Sean merriman i think and then some other things happen but whenever he i got into the ufc. I remember dana lights. Here's fight yeah. This guy is terrorists photos of his exxon. A bed of guns in this in stories this days fighting these like these and now he's gotten to the point. Where has he had any recent fuck ups. I don't think any fuck us. But he doesn't have any notable fights eater but he ow connor said khabib doesn't either for his first twenty fights that there was another thing it seems like connor is angling for his next fight to be khabib now could be what twenty nine an hour or something like twenty nine. Oh his dad passes away he. He said he wanted to go thirty now and retire. Then he retires and then dana says come back maybe and then no. He's officially retired in. Connor was like connor saluted him by the way he gave them like a good run when his dad passed away in stephen a. About so as nothing. Nothing in this sport. He went back to seemed like back in the day. Kind of angling for that fight. Which i think the world wants to see right. The last time they fought there was a brawl out in the audience in everything like that. It's just when connors into fight game. There's so much conversation to be. Had that thing's going to be so late. There's no way. I make it up as them. They'll get my money for sugar. Can't wait to watch. But if connor doesn't win what happens after this. he just starts boxing. Everybody i don't know might as well. i mean. it doesn't matter though. Does it if you'll sell out every arena exact fight for look at d. As in phoenix. Right when diaz was in phoenix. That place was ideas crowd. He could've d- as is it he. He's still the no matter. How if he wins or loses. People love him by the way. He could've one that. I think late in a i could see. Maybe he didn't know that but he caught diaz is still d. as he's awesome he's going to be must watch. Connor always be that way but he has one hundred million. Yeah so. I don't. I don't know how much i think it seems. Ariel says he's back. he's hungry. He wants to take it over again. I hope we get another run of that. That'd be awesome. But i think reality could potentially set in. I hope not. I hope he wins again and gets going. Yeah i mean if he gets. Beat i don't know he might be done with see. We're kind of talking about it before the show like it would make sense if he did a one off with jake. Paul like the staple center and then because paul's burying both connor and dana white. Right exactly yeah you know. And then after that goes and fights logan over in dublin or something like that like he's got plenty of options. I just don't know if he'll keep grinding in the afc. I hope he gets a win this week. Yeah could be 'cause everybody he fights. There's good build up good promise. Seems like there's genuine. He you know. Suffer this last one against us and where he was like superman advantium representing sport. I'm trying to he said i'm trying to stay sharp. that was. he's trying to stay sharp. That's why he was doing the dust employees fighting the dozen. Beats or whatever. And i it seems but everybody else he gets in a beef and then it seems like like they settle it afterwards after you fight like that's kind of the cool thing about fighting back in the day before he was kind of banned in public but definitely in the. Ufc you fight you settle it then kind of shake hands move on this one..
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"sean merriman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Good morning. The eight Thanks for having me on. I really appreciate it. Yeah, my pleasure. I know that Your heart is heavy today after the passing of your former coach, you had some pointed words on social media yesterday. How you feeling? I'm I feel more more. Ah, little sad and upset for a number of reasons. One obviously poor to Schottenheimer family. Um, they're very strong family that they're always been around the team. Uh, but then number two I would say that. You know, I'm a little upset that Marty didn't get a Super Bowl. You know, I was I was. I had an opportunity to get Marty a Super Bowl and I feel like we let him down as a team. So those two things went a little heavy on my heart, You know, But, you know, we all know that the one thing that's going on for certain that death has to come at some point, so Hopefully, he's in a better place right now. I'm anticipating that he is so it's just one of those things that life life life throws curve balls at you all the time. When you have a football coach, there is naturally going to be a bomb there because it's a physical game because football can be a family and if you win, you know things are Really closely bonded. But I just felt like every player that I spoke to from Christian a Coia to those that played with with you guys with the charges that there was a different type of bond with Marty that a lot of players had Was Marty's bond with you different than other coaches. Um, I would say so. And I pass, um, really good coaches, so I don't want to discredit and picnic done. But Marty Schottenheimer is just one of those guys that you would just run through a wall form. Um he showed he cared about you re held you accountable, commanded a room when he walked in, and he just was one of those. You know, he was Ah, guys Guy and the leader's leader. So he really exemplified that and you and when he talked about Marty ball, you know that's what we did. You know, we exemplified Marty all we played hard again. We're accountable to ourselves. And more importantly, we're accountable to each other. Remember story with Marty, when One of our players was late to a team Me, and so Marty made him stand up and tell the whole room why I was late. But just having that fear right there that Marty will put you up in front of the room. And make you explain your teammates while you're late. You know that is the ultimate form of accountability. Until this day, I still have a fear of being late. So for May I'm early a lot of time on something that's gonna live on with me forever, and I still live in my stable and I still have my kids is toe be on time, and there's nothing wrong with their early You know, so that's one of the things that Marty did. That's going to stick out would be forever. Shawn Phillips joins us this morning on the show, stand out linebacker for the San Diego Chargers under Marty Schottenheimer after Marty passed away yesterday. No. Marti's legacy obviously is going to be connected with playoff losses. I spent a while on the show last hour, just saying that his career is about so much more than that, because those air just mere Playoff games, not the totality of these seasons. Do you find a little unfair that Marty is constantly kind of his legacies remembered for his playoff failures? E mean, your failures are what makes you stronger, right? You know, he's still got it. But ace all time when this coach, you know, so we'll still go down in history but also cut out history is one of the coaches that didn't get a Super Bowl ring. It's just really hard. It's really It's really, really hard thing to do. You know, so we can't discredit what he did, and the work that he put in. In order to get there, you know, but the fun is in the work. You know, We always want to enjoy the fruits of our success with the Super Bowl, but it's only gonna be one team happy at the end of the day. And that just the way it is, you know, unfortunately for him, um, unfortunate for help me, then get a Super bowl, You know, But you've got teams like you know, Buffalo who did know a number of Super Bowls in the rule, as we know, uh, in the embarrassing fruit So it's just part of the game is just really tough to win a Super Bowl. And But we do know that Marty left it all on the field, and all these players left it all on the field. So they everyone tried but the wind and happened so I don't think his legacy will be tarnished. Yes, people will talk about that. But the man that he was outweighs any accomplishment. Steady cut up made in football, So I think it's ah, you know, give a little get a little He had some some tough losses. Obviously, the two to the John Elway led Broncos back in the eighties, when he was coach of the Cleveland Browns of the A F C championship game. No. He had some tough ones to Kansas City as well. But maybe the toughest was that 0 16 that you were part of you guys were 14 into Philip purposes as the quarterback LaDainian Tomlinson is an M V P running back. Fantastic standouts like yourself and Sean Merriman, etcetera on defense. It was a great team at 14 and two Do you guys have home field advantage? Patriots come into town. Looks like you guys had sealed the game. Marlon McCree picks off Tom Brady. He continues to run. He gets tripped by Troy Brown PATRIOTS Recover Go down the field score. You guys end up losing that game. How much? How often do you think about that game and that chance because it was probably your best chance at a Super Bowl. Um, Of course I think about it, this one of those things that it's always Top on the stomach. But again at the end of the day, only one team could come out happy. The more important thing I believe is, and I never want to say anything bad about the Spanish family, because I I I like all of those guys and the females in that family. Um, but I think we shouldn't let Marty go. I mean, I don't know. I mean, I guess everyone really feels that way. We just shouldn't let Marty go. So I feel like that was the bigger disappointment. Because when you come off a 14 to seasoning lose, and then you get it and then you lose and then you get fired. You know where's standard? Basically, you're saying the standard issue on a Super Bowl or nothing. So I feel like Marty was the heart and soul of the organization, and I would have hoped that we could get a couple more years out of them. But we can't go back and redo the past. I just believe that was one of the mistakes that the organization made. Uh but we all make mistakes and you know everything's 2020 in hindsight. Yeah, I think that's an interesting point. Because that was also the last game. Marty Schottenheimer would coach of the NFL. He went 14 and two and the number one seed, and he never got another head coaching job again. So that was kind of the end of his NFL career. Was it a little jarring for you guys to come back in 2007 and not have Marty on the sideline? When it was jarring. I mean, guys love to play football. So no matter who the coach was out there, you were going to go and and do your job, you know and do your job for your teammates. Um, it's just that Marty and North has had two different coaches. Miles north was ah, great coaches. Well, nor was more offensive minded and play calling where Marty was more round rock. He was more round rock. He got you ready to go. You wanted like a set of my post. You wanted to go run through a wall for you really did because he had a kind of knowledge about the game, and he had a ton of respect for the game, the university town of respect for his players, and his plans respected him. I think that was just a difference in their coaching style. We were we went look more play. Call it play caller and schematics and, you know, exes and nose run through a wall for guy. So there was just a different culture and style, but, uh, guys still are going to go play and do their best They can, because guys enjoyed playing the game, right. It's a game that we all love to play, so we were going to go play regardless. I'm Pro Bowl linebacker Shawn Phillips joining us after the passing of Marty Schottenheimer. He was a member. Those charges teams that Marty coached. You have a tremendous social media Following and part of your bio says You are on a mission. I want to know what the mission is for Shawn Phillips these days. Domestic for me is to just continue to be a better person, extremely, a great person because I want to be a model for a lot of the guys that play football to come after me to show that you could be successful on the field and you could be successful off the field. And you use your football as your you use your football, your sports or your entertainment background as your platform. The open some more doors for you to get you where you really want to go. So for me, I am an entrepreneur I owned and operated business.