14 Burst results for "Sean Springs"

"sean springs" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:50 min | 2 months ago

"sean springs" Discussed on NFL Live

"Is a defensive mind? Laura, that is a great question and it's a question that I asked Robert sala this morning when he and I sat down here at the facility because so many people assume that a defensive head coach is going to pound the table for a corner or an edge rusher. And he said, you know what Kimberly, I'm a head coach. I'm responsible for all sides of the field, both sides of the ball. So we want to make sure that everything we do is to make sure that Zach Wilson has a really good season. So Laura, at four and ten, the jets plan to stay there and go best player available. That's the best plan for them with so many needs. And every position, aside from quarterback, is on the table. So let's say they go edge rusher, right? Here's what they're looking for. An impact player, a guy who can create chaos for opposing quarterbacks. And as much as Robert Salah loves the offensive weapons that they've assembled thus far, he told me he would love to add a home run hitter, a three point shooter who scores quickly and often, Laura. Oh wow, all right, so yeah, that makes you really excited if you're Zach Wilson. You're like, come on, bring those guys on. Thanks to Kimberly, we are now just under four hours to the beginning of the 2022 NFL Draft. We're gonna find out soon who all of these teams take, and there's so much more to talk about it when it comes to these top DVs. Is it sauce gardener? Is it Derek stingley? We will tell you when we come back, who makes the most sense and why they should be picked, where you're watching NFL live, presented by ego outdoor power equipment. At our podcast, ESPN daily, we ask questions that reveal the deeper side of sports. Did you hear from a certain former president? That's what I'm here to ask you. Did you ever have any sense that baseball was eating away at drew? So what inspired that name across sports and society? Did you kill Lorenzen Wright, chera? I'm Pablo Torre, and ESPN daily connects the best stories in sports to the final score, wherever you listen. Hi, this is Brian windhurst. Twice a week on my podcast that he collected. I have conversations about the NBA's top storylines, but the league's preeminent analysts and plugged in insiders from encore analysis all star and postseason awards ballots, the latest trade owners we cover it all. We can find the hoop collective wherever you get your podcasts, but it's also now available on ESPN's YouTube channel. Some talented DBs headlined by sauce gardener and Derek stingley junior, the type of sauce, hot sauce gardener is hot sauce, and I ain't talking about like Tabasco. I'm talking about Louisiana hot sauce. The hot sauce. Hot sauce. It's all the way hot. Sausage. Did you see that? Sas Gardner is sticky because that is what his coverage looks like. Derek's namely is the best cornerback in this draft. Has elite level traits in every way. Watch the speed to which he closes delivers a strike. I would rather have Derek stingley. Some teams are going to get them a baller. Two teams will add Derek stingley and soft Garner to their defense tonight. The only question is which cornerback goes first. Both allowed just a 35% completion percentage in college dingley was a consensus all American in 2019, Gardner earned the same honors last season. Todd mcshay has stingley as the first DB off the board while Mel Kuiper has Gardner. And this is a big debate. You're looking back at 2019 if you're trying to get the best tape of Derek stingley, but man that tape is good and man, the traits are good. So Ryan, as an LSU guy, what do you see out of stingley that stands out? Listen, if we got the first one. Let's go. Oh my God, they listen, when you look at their extinct, you see someone with Hall of Fame baseline. He has the foundational talent to be that. And if you're gonna take a kid, top 5 to play corner, that's what they have to be. Let's look at some of the tape of their extent. And a lot of it is 2019, but he was one of the best players in the entire country. Here's you're going to see him in all coverage. He understands he's playing against a go ball 50 50 receiver. So he opens up and he gets visited to the quarterback. Now watch this a key understands how hard this is. He does the head flip to find the football, watch him climb the ladder, much like we saw with Drake London early on or keys tape and make a huge play that keeps the team from scoring points. Now watch the awareness. He knows his guys off the football. So he understands that he's going to expect something that's a little bit shorter. So he waits. He doesn't backpedal right away. He's a flat foot read guy and understands with this prayer release. He's gonna get her out, breaks on the football, has fish into the quarterback, easy, simple pick for somebody like him. Now this is a play much like we saw sarsgaard yesterday. We're going to get the swing and we also going to get a crack. Watch Derek stingley recognize this play and the ground that he covers in order to make this tackle. This is the four three speed we see. This is the elite level close the speed. You need on the outside. And here's the physicality that some people were looking for out of Derek's dingley after his freshman year. Marcus talked about bald disruptions yesterday when he said he loved Jermaine Johnson. That's the same thing you get from Derek stingley. Think about this. When you drive to do top 5, it's names like Jalen Ramsey. Denzel ward, Deion Sanders, Sean springs. Those are the type of names that have to go top 5 for a corner. If you draft a corner top 5, he has to be a future Hall of Famer, Derek stingley's that type of talent. Yeah, and look, let's caveat this conversation about the sauce garden is a phenomenal football player. No question. So I was going to just doesn't look like Derek stingley. And I liken this to the conversations and arguments I had last year. Everybody forgot what Jamar chase did the season before he set out at LSU. And I know devonte Smith had a Heisman Trophy season. He is a great football player. I think both of them are going to be phenomenal wide receivers. But the things we saw from Ja'Marr chase was different than everybody else's. And to me, that's what Derek stingley is. In my mind, when you look at both of these guys in comparison, I look at thickness of the body, so how physical are you at the point of attack and also how disruptive are you when we both go up and we both see the football at the highest point. And then what he did in 2019, listen, I will contest, I will contend with anybody because RC knows this. When I saw Derek stingley first, before he played any game at LSU, his talent said to me, he would be the best DB to ever leave LSU. I remember you. And that's saying a lot. So when all of these coaches looked at that combat, they looked at his footwork and you go back to 2019 when he actually has plays on tape of shedding down Jamar chase and Justin Jefferson, it is something you can not deny. And I think somebody tonight is going to look at this in the 11th hour and say, it is no way in hell. We can pass the potential of what this can be in the NFL, especially today when you got to isolate guys so much. So for me, what differentiates us and sting is versatility. And we talked about sauce being one of the better press corner prospects. And it's true. But he's gonna be asked to do a lot of other stuff in the NFL. Whereas with sting Lee, I've seen him do it all. I actually was surprised going back and seeing how good he was his own coverage with his route recognition and just kind of spatial awareness and then of course he can press, but he can also play off man and mirror guys all the way down the field. And I think it doesn't really matter where he lands. He can do everything and he can be an all pro corner on any team. Let me just raise my hand here for sauce gardener a little bit because we did get credit. No, no, no. How do I get it? I.

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"sean springs" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:38 min | 5 months ago

"sean springs" Discussed on KOMO

"Driving without a wearing a seatbelt or blowing through a stop sign with no longer be violations police could stop you for under a bill being considered in the legislature more from carlene Johnson Sonia Joseph testified in support of the bill during a hearing yesterday her son was shot and killed by police after he sped off during a stop for expired tabs Officers had his license plate number They could have sent him a ticket in the mail But they stopped him pursued him cornered him in a cul de sac Used several pit maneuvers putting deadly impact on my son's vehicle and shot two rounds at him Shelley Baldwin with the Washington traffic safety commission spoke in strong opposition Were significantly concerned that this bill which would prohibit primary enforcement of many moving traffic safety violations will create a high cost to public safety and severely limit the state's ability to prevent deaths and serious centuries on our roadway As yet no executive action has been taken on the bill Carling Johnson northwest news radio Regulating many more marijuana products would fall to the liquor and cannabis board under a bill in the state house supporters say the bill is needed because when fed's legalized hemp four years ago led to new products they can get you high although those products are legal Director Rick Garza says the bill aims to regulate products so sales are controlled and so their safely safety tested if we allow hemp derived CBD to enter our market as more than just an additive and allow it to be processed synthetically into delta 9 THC then there will never be a need to purchase product from our licensed growers which would severely harm the existing regulated market Opposed to the bill say it would prohibit products that should be allowed as they are beneficial The House bill has already passed one committee and is scheduled for another committee vote this weekend Challenged the state's new capital gains tax now in the hands of a Douglas county judge Ryan Harris has some of the arguments The lawyer for those challenging the tax former state attorney general rob McKenna tells the court the law uses an individual's federal income tax forms to calculate the tax An annual tax on income in the form of capital gains reported only by individuals on federal income tax returns regardless of their ownership and involvement in the transfer of underlying assets is a tax on income And attacks on income is under binding Supreme Court precedent a property tax But state solicitor general Noah Purcell argues the plaintiffs are asking for a special rule to exempt the ultra wealthy while small business owners are taxed on their income through the B and O tax But a transaction that the ultra wealthy engage in like selling a vast amount of stock or bonds it's unconstitutional attacks that transaction And there's no reason whatsoever your honor in law or in common sense to adopt that principle Judge Brian huber says he'll review the arguments and other case materials and he'll likely issue a written ruling in the next two to three weeks Ryan Harris northwest news radio Thieves took off with an ATM after smashing a pickup truck through the front of a convenience store in fury and the impact scattered glass all over the parking lot and interior of the 76 gas station along one 12th and first avenue The county sheriff's offices the culprits were driving a black Chevy Silverado detectives are now searching through surveillance footage to track down the pair of thieves COVID continues to be a problem for the state's prison system but the corrections secretary says they're doing a good job of protecting people from the virus secretary Cheryl strangest comments came after she toured the Monroe correctional facility She tells the effort Herald that workers and inmates are quote in good spirits But that's not what prisoners and union leaders tell the paper Inmates say there's a great deal of uncertainty and their treatment especially when it comes to meals has suffered Corrections officers through their union say they are constantly overworked and understaffed All of this while roughly 25% of the state's prison population remains in medical isolation since the start of the pandemic 16 inmates and four employees have died as a result of COVID Jeff Poe told northwest news radio Ideal has been reached by the city of Bellevue in the owners of a home badly damage in the landslide last month the agreement will allow a contractor to remove the house from a hillside as well as property that can be safely salvaged for the family Last week the city began legal action seeking the homes demolition 5 other nearby homes remain red tagged and unsafe for their owners to return until the severely damaged house is removed Northwest news time ate 40 from the Beacon plumbing sports Bill Schwartz says the sounders have locked in three important soccer players Seattle GM Garth lagerwey confirmed sounders FC have contract extensions in place for Ford's raul Rui Diaz midfielder Jean Paulo and defender Javier arriaga through the 2024 season The NFL hopes to celebrate black history month with Sunday's Pro Bowl in Las Vegas and then the Super Bowl but instead the NFL embroiled in a public relations disaster Former Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores filed a racial discrimination lawsuit Flores who is black claims he learned the New York Giants granted him a job interview three days after already deciding to hire Brian debel a white man as their new head coach Former Seattle Seahawks receiver Sean springs telling ABC News he's not surprised by the lawsuit You 70% of the NFL is African American And yet there's only one head coach So it doesn't surprise me I'm actually shocked that it hasn't happened before The NFL's Rooney rule requires teams to at least interview minority candidates for head coaching and front office jobs to come a golfer Andrew putnam second place 5 shots off the lead after two rounds of the pebble beach pro am Sports with Swartz at ten and 40 after the hour northwest news radio Want.

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"sean springs" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 5 months ago

"sean springs" Discussed on KOMO

"Through the 2024 season The franchise has also scheduled a press conference February 16th big speculation sounders will unveil plans for a new team headquarters in training facility near the long acres race track The National Football League hopes to celebrate black history month with Sunday's Pro Bowl and then the Super Bowl instead the NFL has embroiled in a public relations disaster Former Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores has filed a racial discrimination lawsuit Flores are black man claims he learned the New York Giants granted him a job interview three days after already deciding to hire Brian dabel a white man as their head coach Former Seattle Seahawks receiver Sean spring shared his opinion about the lawsuit with ABC News You 70% of the NFL is African American and yet there's only one head coach so it doesn't surprise me that I'm actually shocked that it hasn't happened before The NFL's Rooney rule requires teams to at least interview minority candidates for head coaching and front office jobs Sports with swords ten and 40 after the hour northwest news radio Thank you Bill Some of the 3000 U.S. troops recently deployed by President Biden are landing in southeast Poland as tensions continue to grow between Russia and Ukraine And their arrival comes as The White House is alleging Russia is considering a plot to distribute manufactured images staging an attack by Ukrainian troops is a pretext to invading the country It's been a very strange story We have the latest now from ABC's M win The first of 3000 U.S. service members landing in Europe today with about 1700 paratroopers from the 82nd airborne arriving in Poland between today and tomorrow The deployment is a show of support to NATO as tens of thousands of Russian troops are currently based near Ukraine's border The White House again warning of an alleged Russian strategy to stage a fake attack by Ukraine using video that would include actors playing wounded people and cadavers to portray those killed in the phony assault The plot would be an effort to justify a Russian invasion of Ukraine We've seen them run false flag operations in the past and used confusion to launch military action many times in history The U.S. has yet to provide evidence of the alleged plot with Russia's foreign minister calling the U.S.'s allegations absurd Meanwhile Ukraine's foreign minister downplaying the threat from Russia saying he believes quote Russia lost this round Secretary of State Anthony blinken met with his Polish counterpart in D.C. to discuss concerns for European security underlining their solidarity over Russia's aggression Strongly prefer that Russia.

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"sean springs" Discussed on Crackdown

Crackdown

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"sean springs" Discussed on Crackdown

"Bidding really stigmatized. People who been are constantly being watched and judged. Maybe that's why sean keeps telling us we're about to find something really good or why he wants me to know that. This war is environmentally beneficial. He's saving perfectly good stuff from the landfill. I asked him what his life before. All this how he went on to being in the first place he tells me europe with his parents in the suburbs parents. Who haven't are up marriage. Or whatever and i was always in scapegoat for everything in my family. I don't remember one thing to actually got shit but my dad hit me a couple of times and then i was scared of him. So how could you tell the truth when you're scared of somebody right. I'm just. Sean was put into foster care at age thirteen. But he says he ran away after just a couple years in the system. When sean was fifteen and still in high school he lived alone. He dealt we'd to pay. The rent have talked to my parents. I don't parents are dead or alive renou like my mom changed her first and last name. Just change it to something. Random you know and my sister got married. I don't know her last name and my dad. Fog doesn't give a shit enough and his wealthiest blocking is his mind through did eventually showing developed to dope habit at. I didn't stop him from work in retail even ran a small clothing business with his buddies for a while. But i can tell you from personal experience. This is a hard balance maintain. If you run out of money you gotta work dope sick. You're always just one crisis away from losing your job and once that happens you can find yourself. Relying on less formal work like bidding. This kind of thing is happening to more and more people in vancouver vancouver gateway to british columbia and to canada a city cosmopolitan's you'll find vancouver used to be a city of longshore workers miners and fisher's people were making bank and many lived in partied on the downside. I remember drinking with lawyers in the paul. Moral pub or with tugboat captains at the ivanhoe. No matter what your interest what your taste you will find it here somewhere in this world in the city but all that changed. Good evening finance minister. Paul martin says canada's budget deficit is far worse than expected. Martin says somehow the deficit has to be brought under control. And he says he's open to suggestions. That is the reality with which we as a new government must now deal and we shall in the nineties canada's federal liberal party made sweeping cuts would have made reagan and thatcher proud and that was just the start decades globalization automation union busting austerity decimated candidates social safety and created the far more brutal country. We live in today. Amidst these waves of austerity i started to see more banners and squeegee kids in the city. Even when you don't have a job he still got a grind somehow and no one gets a not work if you have to work in. The informal economy then is lower risk but also lower reward. It's safer than dealing boosting sex work. But it can be humiliating. And you're still probably going to get hassled by the cops just like with other informed jobs. All the pressure falls on youth the worker. There's no sick pay no vacation time. No benefits what you find is yours. But sometimes you're just gonna come up empty card. I- watched sean spring in and out of the dumpsters. I can see how physically taxing this work is. And he's been out for a while he hasn't found anything valuable yet. Nothing he could sell or trade for dope so he's got to keep going. Is there a relationship between given binning. It's not like glamorous job so maybe you didn't get over. The you know uninhibited alphabet. Maybe we make a pit stop at an overdose prevention site sean grab. Some tinfoil is time to recharge we sit down in an alley in china a hoot down and together. It lasted ten ten times longer. Give could bring down dunkelberg for big kid or three hundred in the friedlander. We've been binning with sean for a few hours now. And i'm starting to feel bad. It's clear we're slowing down. And maybe i'm just bad luck. Shawn's pair of sneakers socks and a garbage bag full of just expired salads and sandwiches there on opened and perfectly edible we you can tell he's hoping for more. Sean decided to take off route to the poshest park downtown. It feels a bit like a hail mary to save the night he takes us behind. Drugstore finds a been an unlocks new birds. Tanning oil will push it was hits. I told you look makeup fucking shit. Hit the people are going. Be alert for a battery charger tubes cosmetics dozens of chocolate bars. Sean organizes his spoils neatly on the dumpster lid. What do you want for andy barton. Nothing i could get dope all night long at any time. The name of this show. I said we'll find a thousand bucks shipping for.

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"sean springs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"sean springs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The organization. The Patriots way postseason disappointment. Remember there was that undefeated. So like they weren't very good. They had that undefeated Patriots team that lost to the Giants 2007. I believe that first one That's copy. Only my good friends copy only once described me as one of the most painful moments of his life. And what comes out, and it's a very nuanced piece of work in a very nuanced piece of reporting, But what comes out Is a picture of an organization that certainly had all these guys. Many of these guys who respected the hell out of Bella check But we're in all of Tom Brady it off Tom Brady, Shawn Springs, the defensive back who was a D B. I think shortly after maybe when the trial was there at a great story about when he left Washington he had to choose in the Saints in New England. And when he was training in Arizona, um and had a fight to New England for a free agency visit. Sean Payton was on the flight, and Peyton was trying to talk him into the same talking about the same. Don't need to go. Don't fly to Boston baby come out of the road. I'll get your age on the phone right now makes me like Sean Payton. What a salesman. And, ironically, for Shawn Springs Saints won the Civil that year B to B Peyton Manning, Drew Brees outduel Peyton Manning in that in that Super Bowl. But the key part about this. It's a funny anecdote is Sean Spring, saying, I'm going to read this to you because it reflects the entirety of the story. Quote, but I was going to play with Tom. I knew he was coming off a knee injury, but there's like a 50 50 chance. You're going to go to the Super Bowl playing with Tom Brady, right? And that I think is one of the great Don't even if it's unappreciated, it's just he's so luminary. It is hard to fathom his his greatness at the risk of sounding remarkably blasphemous, and I apologize. Lord for for this is a believing practicing Catholic. But Any of the mysteries of the universe that you really try to comprehend, right that you really try to think through, not reject or accept just immediately. You want to think through you try to think about a belief in and I have one in a higher power in God. That is a mind boggling thing. That whatever you wherever you come down, you know it's hard to get your mind around. If you try to think about the beginning of the universe I did this The other night was my son. Henry was asking all these questions really deep questions. You know where to the Big Bang Come from. Where did God come from? But there's not a God. Where did the first energy where the first It's hard to get your mind around that if you try to think about the depth of the human soul, right and just like what it means to be alive, It's hard to get your mind around that, if like me, you joke because deep down, you're really scared off of parallel universes and alien life. It's hard to get your mind around that and not to be, too over the top. I can't get my brain around Tom Brady and his greatness and his reign and his impact and how one guy attracts random defensive backs and turns them into winners and goes to bruise. I'm gonna complain about the media Arians and makes in this classy near champion. It's amazing. It's blowing my mind. I'm not good at physics, right? I'm into God. But I struggle with theology. I feel like I know Sports, and Brady is scrambling my brain and the brains of these poor dudes Who were there who were in New England who saw the magic who are attracted to it and who weren't quite able to finish the deal. And what's amazing the magical in a normal world. Those guys would've played for a great QB. It didn't work out so well. Who foresaw that Brady was going to reinvent himself and maybe push back in a way that in the end was a deal breaker against Bill Belichick, Stranger away and fashioned for himself a championship legacy beyond what should have happened. I don't think it's unreasonable reading this story and trying to again understand one of the mysteries of the universe. Tom Brady and his accident My belly. That time. Griffin, not Tom Brady fan. The face Andrew Bogus makes when I say nice things about Tom Brady, which is the same face Andrew Bogus makes and I just talked about basically anything. It's a It's a pain face. I share that. Drew. I'm with you. I get it, but his greatness is incredible. Here's what Here's What did he mean? Here's what? Striking me. Right. He went to a bucks team that had forget Super Bowl success in a long time. Haven't had success of any kind in a long time. And you know, he turned, he turned into excellence. Is it possible that maybe there's actually three phases of New England? Phase One is the remarkable early success. The Belichick Brady combination Phase two is Bill Belichick in the game, passing him by a little bit and success get into his head. Ah, little bit the Patriots way grinding people down a little bit, and they're not being success. In Phase three that we didn't understand. Maybe we don't fully get our mind and arms around it. Yet. Phase three is Tom Brady for a big chunk of time taking what should have been a failed New England reality. Curdle Patriots way and making in a winner through his own excellence. While Belichick got the credit year after year after year until he couldn't take it and just decide to go to Tampa Bay. That to me is the big takeaway. Is it Brady or Belichick? I think it depends on the era. I think In the beginning it was Belichick and then Brady. I think in that second era that drought that's a That's ability a problem, And I think that third act we know now Tom Brady is the person who put the Patriots way on his shoulders and maybe carried it to planet to two did not deserve 855 to 1 to four..

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"sean springs" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"sean springs" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I think eventually is this could be a very long term storyline plain out in front of us. This odious Sean. Spring Sean thing is not done. It's not. Addison see them. He still haunts off. The Chairman and Chairman of the board is chaired because Kobe. So literally you still using persona got four connection or spent on like roses. Kp So it could eventually lead to like. It was a long term. Play the whole time. Do you think tally. Do you think telly not being with them. Hurts it though right now? Yeah I think somehow they got explain that that'd be back say because what I assume it is say I'M GONNA say Ulm face mask and I'll catch later so I think that it happened. I think maybe that's another reason. Why does ask is because he is there so that could be part of. I think initially is a circle. Back to Sean Effort Odi especially now. If he's champion one of the big things about no he was in no danger and on the roster. That was one of the big things they never allowed anything in the championships. He never really didn't anything to be as good as he is. So I could see that being the bigger office coming somehow he gets like TNT championship. Imagine and that's what happens out spoon. I don't know I think that's fifty the in game to me all right. What are your thoughts on that idea? And what are your thoughts on You know that thing is a whole the message a waste of time and I want nothing to fucking to do with it. You're.

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"sean springs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"sean springs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Is Amari it is it's a money to pour money tumor yes my job I try to put it close to the vest how are you doing I would do really well thank you yeah then so I'll bet a body like are you still getting your bike rides it for people don't know bodies like this amazing like really taken up cycling in this crazy what you were doing like a hundred mile rights right yeah I was actually I'm I'm actually getting the blood bikes are right now thanks to my bike and I broke the seat not really knowing how to fix my own bike that well so yeah I'm still doing it still very into it and if you give me a lot of time to actually get on my bike and do some things because I can't really do much anything else yeah right what is the longest ride you've gone it was a hundred twelve miles Jeez and how long a hundred now is how many stops or do you need two hundred twelve miles straight right now I'm not into I'm not you stop probably like I don't know three four times it's basically like the Philly press of how do you come up with the route like where do you where do you ride you want to do but like usually usually charity ride so I called the ride back the one that I did the longest one was a bike for kite with dates like a Jewish make a wish foundation and they had a the one that started in Connecticut the one all the way to Jersey and then from Jersey and went to back up in the New York state so it's just there's a two day ride but one day with a hundred twelve the other day was like sixty or seventy but it's it sounds a lot harder than it is I ran a marathon and running a marathon is much more difficult than rice I could never do either where is the mystery guest you know body so you know just go to football for a second right we keep talking about this draft we know the draft is going to happen it's going to be weird going to be a remote but it is going to happen and they keep saying the wide receiver position is is the deepest in this draft or one of the deepest came in as a second round pick what what's the biggest obstacle for these first first and second round picks the guys who are expected to contribute right away when you first got to the giants what was the most difficult part about adjusting to the pros well first of all we didn't have a playbook at Michigan right so you don't really giving you kind of know the played by wrapping up right then you have to do it data that once you get to the pros you can't really read there's not enough time to read all the plays and the playbook is much more difficult so it's a lot take a lot more classrooms study you have to look at your route you have to understand what you do understand your splits are on all that stuff not to represent out and and walk throughs but by adding it on a piece of paper taking that paper imagine in that information that you want in the meeting room and translate on the field which takes awhile for a lot of players took awhile for me and also just knowing the like during the protection is one thing because I don't really know protection by bike in terms of you know into your hot off would you got the sited just off and then another thing was just when you're in the pro when your college maybe you play against one Kroll starting level corner your entire career in college they are playing against any you know redshirt sophomores or freshmen you know that I try hard in the in in in incident spring football also to get a spot you're going against guys that have done it and are very experienced but I think that the whole level if if what what matters in the pros you don't even think about mattering in college in terms of what work in terms releases in terms of all kinds of stuff that that just the game is just it's a entirely different games once you move up in but I think now since the other twenty hour to me since they don't have as much of practice time I beat the game that got a little bit simpler and they've been implemented a lot of stuff from college which they didn't back in the day and I think it might be a bit quicker but the level of competition is it's it's it's entirely different ball get ball lack of money is that that is that the biggest what what was your personal biggest adjustment to the NFL was the level that you're going to have the talent player you're going up against why I was lucky I played against Thai law and I play again Sean spring I since I long practice every day which you know and then I played against on spring that that'll I'll state that played against a couple other guys that were really good so we had a really high level competition I think the real problem for me was the fact that you know I just I just didn't understand the game as well as I thought I did and the forty second clock I mean you have to get it entirely different type or shape from the from college of the college the the place stops they put the ball down then they started twenty five second clock selected and selectively like I don't know by like forty five fifty seconds between each play but as soon as the place stops in the pros the clock starts so what the clocks are you have forty seconds to get in the huddle out of the huddle imposition look look at your just make you know read the defense stricter protection all that goes on in the forty second minute is it become not only a mental thing but basically my first two minute drill I wouldn't down and and in Jacksonville and I never really got tired of football field in college but in the pros my first two minute drill it was like I could believe it the pace was so quick and it was it was just totally different level Amani Toomer is the mystery guests were so thrilled to have the mid yeah Ahmadi you know it was like because when you first got to the giants right it was Dan Reeves but then they you know turned over to Jim fossel and you know you you had a lot of changes early on what was the most difficult part of that from Dan Reeves was was like one of the last coach is that he did rookie he was the best coach and I don't think any rookie week we had a center Jones with the fourth pick overall he didn't play I didn't play Roman open with our with the third pick heat in play no but northern trust takes even play which sounds ridiculous now but nobody played but like we had one guy named Percy Ellsworth who was a he was a free agent they see out of Virginia and he's the only rookie that played that year like started and got a legitimate times so it was just a different time and then dealing with that not knowing anything about the NFL and just jumping into a situation where they don't like you just because you're young it was just the way it was weird it was a weird time since she's you know Wayne and certainly there is you know how about you you know money when you look at you you were you know California kid you've played football at Michigan and then you play professionally here in New York how bout those transitions from you you know as a player any kind of your New York moment it give it just to the city well I think Michigan with a really good because football is so big there and and going from California but if the weather is a really big issue because I I like when I was at college you know the weather never was anything like it was just too cold outside I do is put on a jacket and then you're like there's never any gears freezing there is there any frozen fingers nothing like that and so when I went to Michigan I learned about how you know that that the weather is definitely an individual you have to change your game to play with more layers of clothes on you have to play all kinds of weather and just kind of be able to compete at a high level you know when when when you know ordinarily you know I wouldn't be outside so that in there and beat Michigan there was just a big everybody was so interested in the football program there kind of evening it was like a like a pro kind atmosphere because any everything you did was all over the the different papers and and people were very interested in who was starting it was if it was just that he was it was the first glimpse into like really having to deal with people looking in and at at the weights all how you're playing and in there being a little more more critical about your lotus or yes it it's also you into a big time high school program to A. DeLaSalle that's like your place like a don Bosco Bergen Catholic kind of situation but for a little better no no that's funny but you know it's interesting because I always wonder there's that that sort of statement I guys get words like I he can't play in cold weather like was there someone and you can either name names are not going to put you on the spot but like is there someone who you knew as soon as you saw them you're like nope this guy's like never going to be able to adjust either it is complaining about it all the time or just like just cannot get right with the cold weather I think there's a lot of guys it's funny but especially with some of the guys from from Florida Texas but yeah and I was brought in the player wanted the win bad enough they wanted it bad enough you get that cool weather is it can't be that much of an issue but there are some guys that just would would turn it down and be like you know what today is not my day and just be careful you could call it call today there was a lot of guys that machine that just kind of let you know I mean I remember my first time to get under fifty degrees and rain in the summer like some of these guys I mean I I know I was freaking out and the guys from Florida just you know you just wouldn't be in a more space coming you know money yeah that is what what Michigan here you know you being a Michigan man are you disappointed the job that horrible stomach out there in order yeah I've been pretty disappointed because you know if you look at the recruiting you know we are in the top ten recruiting every year and we haven't even been close to the top ten and in you know at the end of the year so it tells me either under the guise of being overly over evaluated or we're not developing our talent show that I tend to believe that we're not developing the talent the wait should I just although the combines with that people Jones and you know talking to him and he was very excited about you know his new opportunities but.

"sean springs" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"sean springs" Discussed on WTVN

"Ten WTVN stars at the Jacksonville boycott tested before me right now Stanley Jackson former quarterback Ohio State Buckeyes sports stricter map McCauley estimates gonna ask you know with the the buzz yesterday around the coach you know the groom's out with the skins and they come right to coach and say Hey what do you think red skins is that more flattery D. thinkers at more distraction for him while that's a great question a problem little both yeah because you got to make a decision right I mean you know so maybe you're distracted for brief moment thinking well should I go to the NFL because I think he probably wants to be an NFL head coach the ashes of what do I want to go to watch the Redskins what all that and then obviously it's flattering right I think my opinion he'd be a great coach for them because the white Haskins up to be a very good player in college football he knows the NFL game boy would that be terrible what bag I mean he came here wins a national champion put together one of the best teams in history that is gonna be like it's not gonna happen Matt says over OR not Matt says over under on coach day being here I said eight years and he thinks coach days here longer than eight years what do you now he's not here that long now now is that what you're why not why because he fails or because he goes the NFL because he doesn't have a see I that wouldn't stop me but just listen to him yesterday I I really come of effective in this business here's an island is guys if you listen to I know you're a good story okay so you don't buy the story that he lived in three different cities in three years as an NFL coach he's got young kids and a wife yeah you don't have a choice you know the difference was he wasn't the head coach they didn't guaranty in ten million a year I mean group has changed it now it was so now you want me I need some similar to Oakland gave group I need guarantees and big money I got ten million guarantee for ten years he's not going anywhere for ten years so you can get ten million guaranteed for six years I mean what is it that would trigger that ten million I think my wife will be will be okay when I get ten million guaranteed for five years I think she'll figure it out I don't want the kids though I mean because you know the old saw spot for your kids I mean moving in three different schools three different sets of friends and all that you see the bedroom in this house that you get in the backyard it's not like you live in a more hours in Columbus though if not we'll make it only J. that much is very yeah yeah but after this year I imagine they're going to redo it easy pending on how it goes for their levels to everything okay I'm a heck of a thousand there okay but they are out of your you guys watch secession on Israel now you know they talk about five million to five million dollars is a poor man's millionaire that's what they talk about it because it's like you know they like to Rupert Murdoch family is kind of a so their levels to being a million one thousand when I was in the NFL minimum salary is a hundred fifty thousand dollars I love Ohio state assignment got that on the bridge to the world and then I started hanging out with Joey Galloway Sean springs I realize I was appalled there are levels Matt the million dollars which is fantastic don't get me wrong yeah I can do a lot with that yeah if I know I've got ten a year in the NFL and I don't have to recruit the snot nosed kids now it's easy decision okay I got a coach does not.

"sean springs" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

13:59 min | 3 years ago

"sean springs" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"In the game rothlisberger in shotgun they need to reach their own forty eight to continue Denver Russia's spot again rothlisberger deduct that he pulls away three boost folk art excited joined by demarcus where and when I say a prolific pass rusher one hundred thirty eight and a half sack's I think qualifies you as a prolific pass rusher demarcus first of all thank you so much. Sh for the time today. Do you ever get sick of hearing that number. How focuses career well? I WANNA start kind of kind of back at the beginning. We're going to dig into the pass rushers. What makes great great pass rusher but I'm just curious in your individual story? I remember scout new at Troy. Remember having those discussions in the Ravens Raffarin with Ozzie newsome Ozzy couldn't get over the fact that how the heck that Alabama miss on this kid so how did you walk through so the journey. How did you end up at Troy? How did that happen? SEAVER open the door and there is those earning according to by myself this guy as great pass rusher haven't been around other great pass rushers. Is there something personality wise that you guys all share the guy that being able to verse now myrow all team lawyers all all great teams in the miserable they were forty or is they actually to shoot and they're usually and you mentioned there about speed to power and we reference it all the time in in the scouting process but can you walk us through being able to set that up. You know I think of it sometimes almost like a pitcher going on the mound. You kind of have a game plan for a batter. Did you have a game plan for the guys you were going up against about whether you're gonNA work speed off power power off speed did that change game to game Xavier briskly shower and our bucur all together versus all that over the you burn into power. Who's who were the first essential thing I see the now tiger I want to get to in the scouting process and we get to the spring we get to pro days? What would you say are some good drills or good tools? We can use on the scouting side had to be able to evaluate whether or not a guy can bend. We see a lot of times guys run the loops around the hoops and we want to keep an eye on C.. Can You keep all your cleats in the ground as you're coming around the hoop there but is there. Are there some drills you prefer where you feel like you can get a good evaluation relation to these guys how fast the linear and our is usually all immediately. You're using steam changing directions Israel our who see as it can change the region also be resilient. They got a change direction in our Bloomberg remains changing the bakery when they have on on would actually take it on or around the sipping instinct and all those it all. I WanNa get to one specific play and your career and I'm sure it won't take longer figure out which one I'm talking about but I think there's a opponent component of pass rushers. It gets lost creativity and for you to bust out the fake spin move walk us through how you came up with that. was that something that just happened on the field that you prepare that because that's one of the craziest things I've ever seen it all I actually I spun spoiled with only Jo say he I along. These lines like we'll rehearsing row. I like around to engvall intern so young Russian say the in our that's one of my all time favorite sex in the history of the N._F._l.. Show on the combination of the creativity the athleticism last question for me are there evolving pass rush moves still to come here. Is there more out there or is everything you can do pretty much already known i. I'm just curious to know is their way this thing it's taken to the next level always evolving on you can see somewhere how do your time they all but I had things in my are so does your the first person versus how and how missile or sitting on sometimes wish they'd wind so these are really aren there are different type of George will man this is awesome. I got a bunch of notes here <hes> that I took down and learned something there on the art form of the past Russian art form that you perfected over your career Damarcus. We can't take enough for joining us. Stay really appreciate it. I love getting a chance to to visit with the Marcus. I'm still trying to figure out how how this dude was one hundred eighty five pound wide receiver in high school how that happened. I mean that's unbelievable but it kind of we always talk about into run to the draft like so much made of size guys big enough is eastern off is going to be able to hold his own against a room but as we've seen this leaky bowl still about getting to the past no question so he emerged from one hundred eighty five found wide receiver to be in one of the best passions in the game gives some of these undersized light guys a little hope that they also can kind of car about a nice niche just for themselves and the National Football League and how great is it to hear him discussed the Joe Staley sack. I mean it's really one of the more memorable sacks won. A sack goes viral okay. What did he did? He dumped somebody on the ground like this was a combination of creativity and athleticism autism. I don't know you'll see again. No I don't know if you ever see anybody kind of put together that come to move or be able to get an elite player like justice daily player where it doesn't look manufactured or predetermine the way that it looked so instinctive and how really was when he set up to the spin he really had to get into to come around and really sell him that he was going to side but it takes a athletes someone that has to have outstanding balanced control and overall athleticism also thought one more point was the talk about hands. We say okay get off effort those things we wanna see right away hands you can improve and training and mixed martial arts a lot of these pass rushers have seen that really help them in that hand to hand absolutely if you can be a dominant pass rush. You need to go see Mr he needed to be able to you want to wax off to be able to come off. You know maybe you might have to go to Cobra Kai. I know this coaching to D.. Line I'M GONNA put him on the fence and I'm GonNa make them pay and I'm GONNA go up and down and I'm GonNa make them do all those things they found annoyed by the way to be able to to work at a diner in happy days and transition one of the more versatile actors that we've seen hats off pat more Berina. I got that right behind the glass go with that. We'll go with misery agreed actor. All right are are prototypes at the position buck when we're looking at edge rushers in this league. I know we've got the best pass rusher in a league right. Now is actually inside guy in Aaron Donald but you're looking out there on the edge. Is there somebody that comes to mind. I it comes down to two one or two guys and I think is he. The von Miller or Khalil Mack any kind of depends on packaging. Your flavor is look. I want to explosive edge rusher that has outstanding get off. Outstanding athleticism has all of what I would call it. The finesse moves that you wanNA see von Miller. Is You got if you WANNA powerbase Russia a guy that can really set it up with the ball rush and in us all of the power centric elements to get to the quarterback I think is Khalil Mack and so either way it just depends on what you're flavor is. Both of those guys are the prototypes of the position it. We've got some other great ones. I mean we've seen Frank Clark demarcus Lawrence Joey Bosa. Those are great players but I want to do an exercise with you every time. I think we're GONNA agree on something we don't but I think I think I feel confident here. Okay so I like to do that. Imagery okay okay so our our teams in the Super Bowl. We've we're we're on offense trying to score a touchdown to win the game. It's third and eight. We gotta get a first down to keep our championship hopes alive. The one passers don't say yeah. We'll say it on three the one pass rusher that would scare you more than anybody else is Subaru. Oh industry innocent world this one pass rusher. We don't want to see him and the only willing say one guy so on counter. Three will say who it is. I think we're going to say the same guy ready to three to one von. Miller agreed taste like we've seen that specific wanted to make sure that you said he puts more to me. He puts more fear from an offensive standpoint. I'd be more scared of on older than you think so I think the reason why is because of the speed and quickness is such a everything else it does because then what happens then you get an officer tackle who was over extending trying to get cycle and he has all of those things are will say because we we have seen Khalil Mack Win Defensive Player of the Year award great player the ability to come off the edge and use the speed equations but really he's gave us about power is game is about bullying you to the point of submission and so dominant player but in that that's an Oreo. I'M GONNA go with von Miller over yeah. I'm with you but look you can't go wrong with lows or the guys we mentioned I just think in terms of the fear factor I go on on that one as well all right <hes> wrapping up here book. We've got episodes out there though if you haven't checked him out on quarterbacks <hes> running backs receivers tied in its offensive line. We've got one more episode to come. That's going to be on quarterbacks. <hes> which we've got some great guests at conversation with Sean Springs tune into that one to hear what he had to say he was fantastic any other other final takeaways before we get out here I think this outstanding series any aspiring scout or even a guy who is scouting in the business now like I found it so much from participating in this exercise in enlisting back to these pockets episodes. I think you have to dig again to make sure you listen to all the prototypes we've covered it all quarterback running back receiver tied in office line and then we got the edge rusher in the cornerback position to cone. Check it out. I think it's only GonNa make you a bit evaluate. You said check it out N._F._l.. Dot Com Slash M._T._S. prototype..

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"sean springs" Discussed on First Draft

First Draft

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"sean springs" Discussed on First Draft

"Thursday night twin I'll be home in Maryland, a relocated, Maryland freshman, high school so going to be back home to get some bowling in and have some fun. And it's gonna be great night bowling. Yes, sir before during after how's that happening probably during so I'll pay attention to the TV saying you may be literally bowling while. Your name is called. I'm sure that I'll get a phone call while before the for the pigs in awe, stop everything I'm doing to watch it. And do you have any sense at this point in time where you might end up. There's been so much speculation always about the quarterbacks about where they would go. What is your sense about? How this process may play out. You never know man them about five meetings that I've pretty confident about sure you know, that the teams Miami and the raiders Broncos and giants and Redskins in a great about all those meetings degrade job as far as a getting to know the guys over there doing a great job within the learning plays. And being able to explain what I did in a season on film. And you know, all those means will what you like to sit down there. Jon Gruden haven't put you on the white board. It was a Gruden camp without the cameras. It was great. You know, he's from Dayton, Ohio. So he's a very great attempting to Hieaux and for for him. They would have to come might school. Get to know me as a person in as quarterback in in some time with me for for about two days. It was a great experience. What stood out about your trip to Washington considering your from the Maryland area? Yeah. Definitely the H T R. And you know, Dan, Snyder son goes to my high school so have a connection there. And of course, Shawn springs was one of my mentors played for the Redskins is a solicited DNV area. So of course, being able to spend time over in the Redskins and beating Doug Williams. It's benefit time with coach Gruden definitely for like there's another possibility as well. Dan, Snyder son goes to your high school, do you know him at all personally, unknown, not not great friends with them. But he's he's younger than me. But definitely definitely aware of who he is. And Sean springs is one of your mentors. And I spent some time with Sean at the. Owners meetings, and he was once third overall pick. What did he tell you about the Redskins franchise, and wherever may await you here in the coming days. Dwayne definitely even being in the area for those the the years that I was there in Maryland, the both taking very seriously down there, and they're gonna win if the draft me, I really hope that I can add to the franchise in, you know, bring some bring some wins to that that organization if you wound up playing for the Washington Redskins. What would that be like as somebody who's from that area? It'd be it'd be fantastic going to go to high school in Maryland and be able to play for Washington Redskins close to home in the said to have a lot of my supporters in the area in a lot of the kids. Go to me to be able to go to manifold games. It'd be great not being able to go to Maryland definitely something that I took pride in going house eight represented the DNV area. So now that if I were able to get by the Redskins all deathly ill, make sure whole that whole that standard not doing one of your other mentors is defense. Gets wide receiver. Muhammad sue how did that happen? And what are you going for him? So MO was my youth. Coach at eight nine ten years old Tahu best firm homage abbey was not made and motives happened being high school, and he would he come after practice. He would coaches practices, and I've known MO for ten twelve twelve years now, and he's been a great guy as far as Megan..

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"sean springs" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"sean springs" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"And now we bring in one of the top rated players in the upcoming draft Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins who has a real chance to become the second Ohio State quarterback in history to be drafted in the first round and doing any idea who went in the first round is the only other house take quarterback to do that. Archly? Stor. Very good. Very good. You get an A on the exam. That's outstanding. Very what would it mean? To you to go in the first round Thursday night twain, I mean, everything this is a blessing to me, drafty. Let alone we selected in the first round of looking forward to spending some time with my family and friends during the draft. And I'm looking forward to his come true. What are your plans for where to watch the draft Thursday night twin I'll be home in Maryland, a relocated, Maryland freshman, high school so going to be back home to get some bowling in and have some fun. And it's gonna be great night bowling. Yes, sir before during after how's that happening probably during so I'll pay attention to the TV saying you may be literally bowling while. Your name is called. I'm sure that I'll get a phone call while before the for the pigs in awe, stop everything I'm doing to watch it. And do you have any sense at this point in time where you might end up. There's been so much speculation always about the quarterbacks about where they would go. What is your sense about? How this process may play out. You never know man them to about five meetings that I've pretty confident about sure you know, that the teams Miami and the raiders Broncos and giants and Redskins in a great about all those meetings degrade job as far as a getting to know the guys over there doing a great job within the learning plays. And being able to explain what I did during the season on film. And you know, all those means will what you like to sit down there. Jon Gruden haven't put you on the white board. It was a Gruden camp without the cameras. It was great. You know, he's from Dayton, Ohio. So he's a very great attempting to Hieaux and for for him. They would have to come might school. Get to know me as a person in as quarterback in in some time with me for for about two days. It was a great experience. What stood out about your trip to Washington considering your from the Maryland area? Yeah. Definitely the H T R. And you know, Dan, Snyder son goes to my high school so have a connection there. And of course, Shawn springs was one of my mentors played for the Redskins is a solicited DNV area. So of course, being able to spend time over in the Redskins and beating Doug Williams. It's benefit time with coach Gruden definitely for like there's another possibility as well. Dan, Snyder son goes to your high school, do you know him at all personally, unknown, not not great friends with them. But he's he's younger than me. But definitely definitely aware of who he is. And Sean springs is one of your mentors. And I spent some time with Sean at the. Owners meetings, and he was once third overall pick. What did he tell you about the Redskins franchise and waiver may await you here in the coming days?.

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"sean springs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:38 min | 3 years ago

"sean springs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Mean. The year. In eighteen. Be hundred percent play heart. Go to war series. World Series is a great goal this team going to make it this year. You guys go on? Yeah. We ended up taking that to the Bank. Great to see you thinking joy opening day. Thank you. Great to see you. Oh, we on TV or radio. We aren't ready. Okay. Hey, I gotta say this before before we get into this other stuff. My favorite story. The off season was the players voting. You a playoff share? And then you donating that money to charity. You never hear that. I think that might be unprecedented baseball. I was shocked. I'm not kidding you. When. Are crumbling secretary here Ray on excuse me. Call me and told me that I thought he was joking right? I mean, they give shares to the clubhouse people and working there and front office. People never to a broadcaster and. I mean, they've always been you know, this. They treat me like, I'm one of the guys. Anyway, that's been going on forever. But when I really sat down and thought about what they did. I was really shocked. Let's says how they feel about you says a lot about you. Bob. Well. I don't know about that. But. I call them. And I saw a lot of them over at that softball game. We get over in California. I'm over and did that I saw a lot of them thanked him for what they did. And you know, sometimes players, and we see each and every day in the newspapers, we see how much money players are making the contracts are signing. People I guess people. Sometimes maybe get upset at the amount of money that athletes are being paid to do something that they really enjoy. And when. I want to do something where people say, hey, guys did pretty good. You know, they did that. And then they did that and and gave it to these. And they gave it to those people and everybody benefited from it. And that was that was really I didn't do it for a Pat on the back or anything else. I wanted people that these guys thought enough of me to to give me a share a full share. And they knew what I was gonna do. They knew what I was gonna do. They knew I wouldn't keep it going to go to cancer and the wounded warriors, which is one of my favorite things all time, the boys and girls and make a wish you know. Those are things that I do every day. And then I am I really enjoy doing that. What it was? It was really really nice. I still when I think about what they did. That's pretty neat thing. Bob, we had the great run in twenty eight seeing what would it take to make this a successful season in your mind as as the announcer for the brewers and for this organization for all the other teams to drop out of the league. No. Got a good club here. But look at the line club. They can make another run. Absolutely. I would be I would be disappointed. And so would they and Craig counsel and the whole organization, including Mark Attanasio would be totally disappointed. If they didn't make a run. You're going to get a pretty good preview of what could happen starting with our series here today with the Saint Louis cardinals here. You got the cubs right away. Which is the way it should be. That's the way. I like it. I I like going up against the club. Look you're going to have to play him beat and find out what what you got. I saw you talking to Christian yelich before you came over. I mean, obviously an unbelievable player. Kenny, do what he did in twenty nine twenty eight hundred I'll tell you what he had. He had a great spring did leave anything in Arizona. I can tell you that. The thing about Christian. I wish everybody had a chance to meet him. I don't think he ever says. I know he he says we us or them on. And that's the that's the kind of guy. He is his family, brother marine. He's one of those guys that comes along every once in a while, it just seems no matter what he does it work. And I don't care how hard the pitcher's throwing care who the pitcher is Christian yelich. It's one of those guys, you know, he's just one of those guys that can hit you talk about what a good guy. He was just talking about that a couple of minutes ago. My sense is this is a team made up of really. Guys. You're right. Why I? You when you go into club the night walk up and down on either side of the house and check the names and check the people sitting on the chairs, you're gonna find a pretty good football shoe, and that goes back to a few years ago when every body that kinda wasn't on board here for the way, they are operating the way they want to operate the way they want to be remembered as as players. The guys didn't adhere to that. Those guys were gone. There are around here. Every every guy in there and from from what we Sean spring training. I don't know if you guys had a chance to get out there, and we weren't Zona Arizona. Look at that. Unbelievable. But anybody that doesn't enjoy that? And has has a set of so to speak. I want to get back there and get here. Final landing. Strip is here in Milwaukee. But. I every guy that we had an Arizona. And we had some really good young player. You'll see him down the road here. I hope I'm around the to. But we got a great young organization here to you know, finishing up and keep it, but you know. I recently you've cut back your schedule a little bit. You're not on the road is much on. How is that working out for you? Good. You know, there's there's some games. I go on the road. I have friends. May go to Cincinnati here to kick this season off the road trip. Like, Pittsburgh, New York. I got friends there, you know, that dick ever song. Bob Costas.

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"sean springs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

09:40 min | 3 years ago

"sean springs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The healthy all year. And eighteen. Hundred percent play hard. Series. World Series is a great goal this team going to make here you guys on. Yeah. Sure. All right. I'm taking it to the Bank. You great to see you. Good luck. Enjoy opening day. Thank you. Great to see you. Oh on TV or radio, we aren't radio. Okay. I gotta say this before before we get into southern stuff. My favorite story. The off season was the players voting. You a playoff share? And then you donating that money to charity. You never hear that. I think that might be unprecedented baseball. I I was shocked. I'm not kidding. You are traveling secretary here. Dan Maria, excuse me. Call me and told me that I thought he was joking right? I mean, they give shares to the clubhouse people that work in their front office. People never to a broadcaster. I mean, they've always, and you know this. They treat me like I'm one of the guys anyway that's been going on forever. But when I really sat down and thought about what they did. I was really shocked, but says how they feel about you says a lot about you. Well, you know, I don't know about that. But. I call them. And I saw a lot of them over at that softball game. We get over in California. I went over and did that I saw a lot of them thanked him for what they did. And you know, sometimes players, and we see each and every day in the newspapers, we see how much money players are making the contracts are signing. People people sometimes maybe get upset at the amount of money that athletes are being paid to do something that they really enjoy. And when. Why not do something where people say, hey, guys, did pretty good. Then laid the dominant gave the police, and they gave it to those people and everybody benefited from it. And that was that was really I didn't do it for a Pat on the back or anything else. I wanted people that these guys thought enough of me to to give me share a full share. And they knew what I was gonna do. They knew what I was gonna do. They knew I wouldn't keep him go to cancer and the wounded warriors, which one of my favorite things all time. The boys and girls and make a wish. No, those are things that I do every day. And then I I really enjoy doing. So that what it was. It was really really nice. I mean, I still when I think about what they did. Probably at the great running in twenty twenty eighteen what would it take to make this a successful season in your mind as as the announcer for the brewers and for this organization for all the other teams who drop out of the league. No. Got a good club here. Look at the line. Good club. They can make another run. Absolutely. I would be I would be disappointed. And so would they and Craig counsel and the whole organization including Mark at would be totally disappointed. If they didn't make a run. But I mean, you're going to get a pretty good preview of what could happen starting with our series here today with the St Louis cardinals hearing, you got the cubs right away. Which is the way it should be. That's the way. I like it. I I like going up against the club that you're gonna have to play in beat and find out what what you got. I saw you talking to Christian yelich before you came over. I mean, obviously an unbelievable player. Kenny do what he did twenty nine twenty eighteen I'll tell you what he had a he had a great spring. Did he leave anything in Arizona? I can tell you that. The thing about Christian. I wish everybody had a chance to meet him. I don't I don't think he ever says. I know he did there. He says we us or them on. And that's the that's the kind of guy. He is his family, brother marine. He's one of those guys that comes along every once in a while, it just seems no matter what he does it work. And I don't care how hard to pitcher's throwing. I don't care who the pitcher is Christian yelich. It's one of those guys, you know, he's just one of those guys that can hit you talk about what a good guy. He was we were just talking about that a couple of minutes ago. My sense is this is a team made up of guys. You're right way. I. I mean, if you when you go into clubhouse from you guys walk up and down on either side of the courthouse and check the names and check the people sitting on the chairs, you're gonna find a pretty good football here and. That. Goes back to a few years ago when every body that kinda wasn't on board here for the way, they are operating the way they want to operate the way they want to be remembered as as players. If the guys didn't adhere to that those guys were around your every every guy in there and from from what we Sean spring training. I don't know if you guys had a chance to get out there, and we weren't Arizona. Look at that way. Unbelievable. But anybody that doesn't enjoy that? And has has a set of so to speak to want to get back there and get here the final landing. Strict here in Milwaukee. But. I every guy that we had an Arizona. And we had some really good young player. You'll see him down the road here. I hope I'm around the same too. But we got a great young organization here too. The finishing up and keep it you. We. We recently you've cut back your schedule a little bit. You're not on the road is much. How is that working out for you? Good. You know, there's there's some games. I go on the road. I have friends. Go to Cincinnati here to kick this season off the road trip. Like, Pittsburgh, New York got friends. Cover song. Bob Costas, you guys who are longtime friends so every once in a while, I'll take one of those trips. But I mean, the brewers are comfortable we've got two good young broadcasters that work when I'm not around and work. Even when I'm here. Oh when I'm not here. The broadcasts are going to be an unbelievably capable hands with Jeff levering lane Gringo. They really are. They're they're oustanding young guys. And. Nothing to worry about getting out of the ballpark. We gotta take a quick break from Yahoo is is a bloody years behind as we maybe talking into sticking around for one more. He's the owner. I believe. Okay. Well, let's take a very quick break. Go you stick around for a couple of minutes. And we are live in the dugout Jeff Wagner for WTMJ celebrating opening day. We got two great guests. Bob decided to stick around. It didn't make them to Madame and my questioning. The boss stay stay by brewers owner, Mark often Osceola who I've met for the first time. Nice to meet you as well. So how exciting is opening? It's an obvious question. But it's a fun one for Wisconsin. People helping day of spring training opening day to season and opening day. The playoffs of free days of the year pretty much. Yeah. We had a great run last year. Can we do it again? I mean, you got to look at this lineup up on the scoreboard. It is impressive. You always have to be cautious injuries play a part. You gotta do what you did last year. But this team seems to be in a position to do it again. Yeah. I got a text from Devon this morning. And the last word was health, right? So yeah, we're going to score some runs this year. And it's gonna be fun. Okay. So one of the things that happens. It's part of the problem when you do so well payroll this year hundred twenty million alltime record. I think for the brewers on. You've always said that you're willing to spend the money if you got do put the team out on the field. You're certainly doing that this year. Yeah. Nick, the numbers I wished. North of that. Everything came together last year in terms of the development of the players and signing runs or Cain. And then trading Christian yelich said we wanted to support that and keep it going, Mike. The stock is a big part of the team last year. Bringing back and then having the opportunity to sign. Yes. Money Grindal is something we couldn't pass on. You really David Stearns doesn't show a lot of emotion. So he was pretty excited when he pulled me and his money. So go ahead with that as long as you're here. We're talking about this with Bob a couple of minutes ago. I think one of the great perhaps under cold stories of the off season was the players voting him a full playoff share. And then him making the charity that you don't have too many any analysis in history of baseball that's ever happened to you know, the real funny thing when I was with the cardinals. And I was on the team. Nasa said as much in pain and beer. The last year in the playoffs. Either stock this year. What are.

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"sean springs" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

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"sean springs" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Someone coming up the u insane. I've got Sean springs. He's talking about Poland spring water. Do you want him on the air? I'm on the air for four hours. Right. I get it. I it does you Matt money Smith yeoman's work always at the Super Bowl media row. We do and how much the guy to the right of me, by the way, who's wearing a satin jacket that says like one oh four nine the eagle who's bleeding into my microphone and he's screaming at the guy. He's doing a show with you're gonna tell me right now in this spot that your vote for MVP Josh Reynolds stope at his thing I've ever heard. That's that's the other. Two hours of what you get the deal with you've lost touch with the people money. I have what what would eleven money Smith to what would say let me let me give you a hypothetical eleven year old Matt money, you're going to get the talk with the glitter ATI from pro football all week long. I don't care. Call me Jackson affir-. If you must not shocks. I am not a Jackson. You've just said calm you when I did cut that from the show. Was that out there? No. I listen. I it's crazy to me. And I don't care if it makes if it's it's okay to saccharin, or whatever I can't believe I on this field. I got on the Super Bowl field angry. I'm angry old, man. I. Hey, what's happening in von Miller? Hey, by the way, you do have to go back before the Super Bowl two of my very favorite things annually and immodestly when I go to media night, and I talked to players and coaches on both sides, and I asked him if it was a must-win game of that. And then on the red carpet at NFL honors the eve of the Super Bowl like to glad hand with not just football glitter ATI, but also Hollywood we caught up with Jon Hamm, aka Don, Draper and asked him who would Don Draper have rooted for the giants or the jets in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. That's a good question. Is that right? Quick that's clever. That is a great. I give myself credit for that. Good question. Also, we played dream acre for one Paul Rudd. He is chiefs fan, but he also grew up a Steelers fan where kibitzing about that. And he legitimately knows. He knew we g Thomson from the mid eighty Steelers and everything else and right while we're doing that. I watched the video right is Franco, Harris walks up, and he turned into an eleven year old himself. So it was a anyway, all those videos, I bring that to praise myself note to encourage you need.

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