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"spielman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:18 min | 2 months ago

"spielman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And I say to all of our terrestrial radio listeners, you have no idea what that would do. I feel bad. Parachuting spiders. They came over here and shipping containers. Okay. So now I can now. Let's go to the phone lines. And show what's up here. Parker in New York. What's up, Gwen? What? Hey, thanks for catching me on my 24 hour anniversary being a lifelong Broncos fan. I'm so excited. I just take it down all my Seahawks stuff. Notice that I signed a product from you, but it's kind of my dead name. So I'm going to need a new autograph photo from you rich. Okay. I have like a sports take though. Sports radio take. We were all up going crazy for Robert Kraft, keeping that thing together for 20 years with Brady and Belichick. Paul Allen passes sadly. And then that thing goes to rot in two and a half years. Do you think like lack of ownership might have led to this? Dude, it's still Russell Wilson, right? I don't know if Paul Allen, I mean, what is he doing? Just playing his guitar and going on his yacht. Pete Carole completely took over. Look, I do think ownership matters big time. I think ownership matters and a voice matters, but it's still John schnatter's shopping for the groceries and Pete Carroll doing whatever he wanted to do. And Russell Wilson still part of the team. Bobby Wagner. Why are we getting rid of Bobby Wagner? Because it does appear that Bobby Wagner called yesterday, I mean, called in first hour, saying that he called yesterday to the Seahawks after they traded Russ and say, if my salary was going to cause you to cut me, then do it now. Rather than later, and again, again, we referring to the Seahawks and can I give a go Broncos before I hang up and listen? There you go. There you go. Congratulations. Call us on the 48 hour anniversary of your Bronco fan. It means we'll talk to you tomorrow. That was a funny opening line. 24 hours. Before we get to overreaction Monday, again, the one aspect of this trade. Ending the era of Russell Wilson in Seattle, the question will be equally as unanswered as why marchand didn't get the football. These are two of the biggest questions of the Pete Carroll Russell Wilson era. One, why didn't Marshawn get the football two? Why did Russell have to go? Why did Russell want to go? What happened? Those are two different ways to look at it. Why did Russell want to go? And why did Russell have to go? Why couldn't it be like Aaron Rodgers? Russ is old and gray. And RW three system. Playing deep into his 40s. Why not? While his famous and talented and beautiful wife sits at home and does work around the globe as well, hangs with the kids and is incredibly successful. Business wise, she's doing it, it's like Tom. Like, why can't he be, why couldn't he at the time? Of this franchise. What I'm saying is, why did it have to end? What happened? Something happened. And again, Tom basically said it's never just one thing. The relationship with him and Pete were good enough where they were calling each other and talking to each other. It's not like that they're on pain on my list. So I don't know. Will we ever find out? Great question. Ask anybody close to the situation, and they'll be like, ah, it was just time. You know what? Okay. I don't think we find out. I don't know if we ever done an overreaction Wednesday? That means still two for you've got to talk over the drop that's about to play, right? You know that. No, I don't think we don't. I think we have.

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"spielman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:37 min | 2 months ago

"spielman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I think Kirk Cousins just pulled the plug. On his phone. I was like, what just happened? When the answer to that question? Would you give him a contract? Like that. We don't like that. You know, every once in a while. DJ Mikey. He's back on. There you go. There we go. I had no intent on hanging up that guy. Well done. That is as fast as that's it for the show today. There we go. As you were saying, sorry, we were very I was hanging literally on every word you were saying. So you were saying about Keenum and everything back in the day. So would you give them the same contract? Yeah, we felt very strongly that Kirk Cousins doesn't come on the open market like that. And he had a very strong market with other teams pursuing him. So we knew we were going to have if we wanted to land Kirk Cousins, we were going to have to do something beyond what was normally done just because someone like that doesn't come on the open market in free agency. So we felt, as an organization, speaking with our own ship group, our coaches and all the decision makers are billing that was the right move for us at the time. All right. Well, thanks for coming on the show. You checked every box, Rick. That was so thank you very much. Thanks for the call. Yeah, it was fun being on. You've got chat again soon. Thanks for the call. Okay, thanks for having me on. Were you bet. Thank you. Rick spielman, former Minnesota Vikings general manager. He brought it. He brought it. You know, and I've looked forward to having him on again. It'll be great. Did you notice the one word that he did not say? When I asked him if Kirk Cousins can win a Super Bowl in Minnesota. What's the one word? Yes? That's a word. Well, the phone went out, and it is. No, no, no, no. That was in the question of would you give him the contract again? And he pointed out what their thinking was at the time. But that was a very insightful call as well on and you're going to hear it everywhere. Notice we haven't done it, but I did ask him the question because I knew what the answer was going to be. Anyway, but I asked it, you're going to hear it. Seattle won the trade. Denver won the trade. You know, we don't know who's won the trade yet. Either one of them. Who is Denver? Who's Seattle gonna draft with these picks? And what's Russell gonna do in Denver? If Russell doesn't win a Super Bowl in Denver and they gave up all these picks in Seattle goes off and does its thing. Seattle wins the trick. If Russ wins one Super Bowl in Denver, one, and doesn't make the playoffs. The rest of his tenure there. You know, when's the trade? Everyone's at trade. And you know who also wins a trade? Maybe right now, you could say, win or lose? What Russell Wilson does there? The bowling family. Why? You know who's up for sale right now? The Broncos. Do you know what price just went up? The Broncos. Are the Broncos more valuable today? Then yesterday. Oh, yes, they are. Fact. You want it on the NFL? You want to know the Denver Broncos? Here's the price. 11 D gajillion dollars. It's at this point. And somebody's like, I've got a check for 11 P gajillion dollars right here. Can I buy the Broncos? Well, that was the price when drew lock was our quarterback. There's a saying right now, rich yesterday's price isn't today's price. And it's that's correct. So in that case, the Broncos have won this trade regardless of what happens. But it's just in the general sense of who's won the trade football wise? Shrug emoji right now. Mercedes Benz vans wants to know, when was the last time you thought about your dream? You used to think about it all the time. What happened? I say it's time for you and your dream to get back together. Look, dreams were just made in Denver yesterday and smashed to smithereens in Seattle for a lot of people, but the bottom line is, see how it can get back together with their dreams. All they have to do is get a better roster in a Mercedes Benz sprinter van..

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"spielman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:13 min | 2 months ago

"spielman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"To get Brett Favre in Minnesota with us. But Jordan love, as you look at it, everybody has their college grades. Everybody's scouted him and what they felt, what type of quarterback he was going to be. It's hard right now to say where he is at in his progress is becoming a starting quarterback or how good a quarterback he's going to be. The only ones that know that technically are the Green Bay Packers because what two preseasons go, we didn't have a pre season because of the COVID. And last year went down the three games. So basically, since he's been in the with the Green Bay Packers that have been drafted by Green Bay, you have a couple of snaps that you've seen through the pre season. And as that was it, I don't believe he's really had any significance naps. Well, he did. He did have that start this past year when Rogers famously did come down with COVID. So, I mean, he did have that one start against Kansas City. So there is tape on that. I guess Kansas City would know, but they're not on the market. So what do you think? Wow, but that's hard to, you know, you're going off of one game. Right. And, you know, when you're looking at that position, there has to be a history behind it because it's hard to judge a specially a quarterback off that one day. Right. So what do you think because clearly he's available? And I don't know what your grade was. If you were not looking at him because you had cousins locked up like he was Garrett Cole with all that guaranteed money. But what do you think? It is four years later. It sure does look like a lot as it does the money's going out today for these positions. Right. So what do you think the market is? Gets a phone call, somebody is like, they'll buy it a little bit, depend on the quarterback needy teams and where does Garoppolo? Because you know what Garoppolo is you have a history with him. Does the Sean Watson get traded? Does trubisky get you've got some pretty good feel of what you're brisky is and what he potentially could be if he gets in another situation. So I think it's you have some options out there Winston still out there as well. So once the pieces start falling in place and these quarterback needy teams make decisions, then you're going to have probably a better idea if Jordan love is tradable or Green Bay does want to trade it, but also it's supply and demand too. And if teams are going to be more patient and say, well, I want to go look at Malik Wilson or you want to go get one of these Sam how are one of these quarterbacks in the draft and start fresh with one of them, then they may look at it that way as well. So let's say I'll put you in gudeta kun's shoes. Do you call places? Or would you say, you know what? I'm going to hold on to them. And make somebody call me. I would probably be patient and see if anyone calls me because these cheap labor. He's still under his rookie contract. He's been developed in that system for the last two years, if something God forbid does happen to Rogers, do they feel confident enough that they have a player in place that they drafted that can step in and help win ball games if Rogers is missing games due to an injury or whatever. So you want to make sure that you still have some depth at that position as well and probably you'd want to just stay patient because if you want to go out and sign a backup quarterback. I mean, Andy Dalton got the 10 million last year, I believe. So and how much are these backup quarterbacks making right now? Well, if you feel that you have just a good chance to win in this league with love and you do with one of the potential vet backup quarterbacks loves the cheaper price, he's younger he's healthy earnings been in our system. Let's stay with love. Rick spielman, few moments left with the GM formally or the Vikings here on the rich eisen show. And I'll just come straight out of what I said yesterday and I think a lot of people echo it is the roger staying that obviously the places that are most upset about it are Minnesota, Chicago and Detroit because he's still in the division and Detroit has gough and they're hoping that he can show maybe this year before they have to make a long-term decision on him that he is the right guy and they bears hope that Justin Fields is their guy and then there's Minnesota with Kirk Cousins again do you think he can win a Super Bowl there, Rick? Rogers? No, sir. Kirk. Cousins. Do you think Kirk Cousins can win a Super Bowl there in Minnesota, Rick? I think he's a very talented quarterback. He has a lot of great qualities around him. I think he's one of the most accurate throwers. In the league, you watch some of the tape and some of the throws he makes under pressure. I think some of the other things he has to have is a very strong supporting cast around them. I don't know how the new regime feels about him. I know he has a working relationship with Kevin O'Connell who I think they work together and Washington and what that relationship is. So it'll be interesting to see. I know, we've had a lot of very good production. I know last year, we lost a lot of games on the last drives and there's some of the games that and over time that he made some plays to help us win games. We won a big game a few years ago down in New Orleans in overtime for us. So I think usually these quarterbacks, but everything has to line up and everything has to be not only good for the quarterback, but the team gets hot. You never know in this league. I remember we lost to Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC championship game and Nick Foles when Carson Wentz got hurt struggled a little bit, but he got hot at the right time. They beat us pretty significantly in Philadelphia went on to win the Super Bowl with Nick Foles. So you never know. But I do believe that no matter who it is, you have to have everything kind of aligned up good defense, you know, things going on offense day and healthy and who knows what happens. Well, obviously, look, nobody really gets a Mulligan in life, but would you give cousins the same contract again if you could wave a wand and go back in time? Would you do that? Well, you know, when we went back and we looked at and we went through that decision making process, we got to the NFC championship game with case Keenum who had a phenomenal year and we were one game away from getting to the Super Bowl, which was in our stadium that year. And we felt very strongly that there was very few people that come on the market with Kirk Cousins..

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"spielman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:55 min | 2 months ago

"spielman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Of death. That player is gone. Rick spielman what a boy. Out of the game. Wow. Tremendous. All of us would just giving you a good answer. It was funny when I was reading through the clips and I saw Pete Carroll say that. And I was like, I remember that when I was asked that question, I'm Percy harvin. And the exact quote I used was we have no intent on trading Percy and ended up trading them to Seattle a couple of weeks later. So then let's get into it. Did you have so what does that mean no intention? Why is no intention that that smoke signal? What is that? Technically, it may have no intent to do that, but all of a sudden you get a deal in place or you continue to work on a deal, I was very careful a couple of years ago. I didn't want to use the word intent when we ended up trading stuff on digs to buffalo. So I put it in phrase it in a different way, but what made me think about all this was when you did the cliche caper on coach's talk just when I listened to all these press conferences I was trying to read between the lines of what they were actually saying and the one that really popped out was when I heard coach Carroll say that about Russell Wilson. And ironically enough, Rick, he was saying that as Mike mcdaniel at the very next podium to Pete's right was sticking the triple Lindy of coaching cliches for me. Rick spielman here on the rich eisen show former Vikings general manager. So when Pete Carroll said, we have no intention to trade. Is that also potentially telling George Peyton what your offering is not enough? Could that possibly be something like that? There's a lot that goes behind the scenes. And I've been involved in a lot of trades, a lot of big trades that I was very, as you know, I'm very close with George Payton who worked together for over 20 plus years and we did a lot of deals when he was in not only Miami, but in Minnesota with me. And just what's going on behind the scenes that a lot of times, if you're saying that there's probably not a resolution on what the compensation will be, but it doesn't mean that you're not talking because if that trade does not happen and you could always come back and fall on. Yes, we didn't have any intent to trade them. But no one knows what was taking place behind the scenes. So what do you think of the compensation that Seattle received? Who won the trade conversation? I'll place that in front of you, Rick spielman. Well, people can talk about it now, but you won't truly understand what that trade meant. Like the one of the biggest trades we did when I was in Minnesota was the Jared outlaw trade. And that ended up working well for us because Jared Allen came in and had a great career. Hopefully he'll get into the Hall of Fame someday. He was one of the all time best defensive ends in Minnesota Viking history. In my opinion, you look at when we were able to trade Stefon Diggs and buffalo got a great player that was a very hard decision that we had to make, but we were fortunate enough to recover and a draft and get adjusted Jefferson. So worked out well for both sides. So I think what will happen is you'll have to wait and see how much Russell Wilson elevates the Denver Broncos because they play in a very tough division with a lot of great quarterbacks that did division. Will he elevate them, get them into the playoffs and get them to eventually you do a tray like that because you're doing it to win a Super Bowl. But also Seattle, they have to have a plan in place or what are they going to do a quarterback right now? Do they fall in love potentially one of those guys? At the combine that are coming out in the draft this year, there are so many speculation out there, especially from a media perspective. Well, this isn't a strong class. This is into this. This isn't that. But on the inside, I know a lot of teams have spent a lot of time with those quarterbacks on board work on personality on character trades on psychological testing and you watch as this goes along that one of these quarterbacks or a couple of these quarterbacks are going to come up and start rising up people's draft boards, especially if they fall in love with them after they go through all of these pro days and all the other due diligence they will do on these guys. And finally, I would say the other point is what's going to happen with the quarterbacks out there now and our teams think that, hey, none of these quarterbacks are going to fill what we need and we're going to have to go out and get an aggressive to get a Jimmy Garoppolo or depending on what happens with the Sean Watson situation and let's say all of a sudden some of this legal issues start coming to light. So you actually know what you're going to be dealing with. But teams have to have a quarterback. So when you make a trade, like a Russell Wilson, who's such a great player, Denver got a great quarterback that they're expecting them not to get to the playoffs, but eventually get them to the Super Bowl, but I'm sure Seattle have the plan in place as well. What their next step is at that position. Rick spielman former Vikings general manager from 2012 to last year joining us here on the rich eisen show. So do you call Bobby Wagner now, 5 minutes ago? How does that work? How does that work, Rick? You hear and he's not a scheme fit. This team's already handled it inside linebacker, even if you had a great inside linebacker. When you call him, like literally right now, 5 minutes ago. Well, literally, I thought you wanted me to call him a TV, come on the show. No, I've got bookers for that, Rick. I'm talking about you as a general manager. Yeah, no, I don't have a job right now. So if you need a book or let me know. If you were in a front office, Rick, when you win a player like if his caliber comes available, like what do you think's happening right now, new league year conversations open up Monday, some of his caliber comes up? What happens? All of a sudden, yeah, that has an effect on because technically he's going to be in the free agent market. Right. And since they released them, people are going to start talking now. But that's adding depth. And I don't know the depth of the linebackers coming out this year. In the free agent market. But what teams will do is can we go out and get a potential Bobby Wagner type linebacker or do we feel comfortable enough that we don't have to fill that need and maybe allocate our resources at other positions that we need and then we'll fill that with the cheaper labor if we can draft someone potentially in the second third round or a player like a micro Parsons which Dallas did a great job taken last year that had such a major impact. So in those front offices and in those meetings, you are talking about, well, we don't feel that the linebacker class is very strong in the draft. So let's go out and get a Bobby Wagner or it may be the opposite. Listen, Bobby Wagner is a great player, but I think we can allocate our resources elsewhere at other positions and then try to fill the need in the draft. Rick spillman here on the rich eisen show. What do you think the market is for Jordan love right now? Well, that was interesting because I was thinking back when Green Bay had Aaron Rodgers sitting in the wings when he was behind Brett Favre in eventually they traded, but far that went to the jets for a year and then we were fortunate enough.

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"spielman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:41 min | 2 months ago

"spielman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Discover exceptionally common sense. We keep seeing and reading these reports that Russ may want to play somewhere else. This is the rich eisen show. We have no intention of making any move there. What will the Denver Broncos do with Aaron Rodgers not coming? How does trading for Russell Wilson? That's what just happened. Wow. The rich eisen show. Earlier on the show, NFL network insider Tom piloto. Coming up. Former Vikings general manager, Rick spielman. Pro football Hall of Famer. Emmitt Smith, host of HBO's game theory, bomani Jones. And now. It's rich ice cream. I remember two of the rich hawson show is on the air great chat with Tom pilo Sara my colleague from the NFL media group an hour number one about the genesis of the Russell Wilson trade from Seattle to Denver, what's Seattle's plans at quarterback now are why this happened now? What happened between Russ and the Seahawks that caused the trade to occur at all Denver's plans? It was just great soup to nuts. YouTube dot com slash rich eisen show for all that you may have missed out or three bamani Jones is going to be joining us. Emmitt Smith, pro football Hall of Famer, first ballot guy. He will be joining us at 8 four four two O four rich is the number to dial right here on the program. But in terms of some insight as to what happens for trades like this and how they do come about and how they are executed, joining us on the Mercedes Benz vans phone line, former general manager of the Minnesota Vikings, whose first draft if I'm not mistaken was a draft in which Russell Wilson was taken when he drafted Matt Khalil and Harrison Smith in the first round for the Minnesota Vikings, joining us here is Rick spielman. How are you, sir? Good. Thanks for asking, and before we get started, if I can get two quick points out of the way. Go for it. For the first time in my career, I watched the combine from my couch and watched the broadcast and everything. But the thing that I was looking for forward to the most was you running the 40 and apparently your agent told you to hold out this year. Well, I'm gonna do it at my pro day, Rick. So I didn't know if there was an announcement on when your pro day was or when that was going to be, but it was the first only time you're going to have all the decision makers under one roof. I know that. To see the rich eisen 40. I know that. I know that Rick. I know. But I'm going to do it next month. I'm doing it next month here in Los Angeles, trying to raise as much money as possible by inviting as many people in. Because this just didn't unless you may not know. The combine is kind of a closed event and it's not easy to get people into that building. You know what I'm saying? Well, it is on a serious note, it's a great cause and thanks, brother. Great working that area. And the other point that I'd really like to make is, I thought it was a brilliant idea and Mike mcdaniel in the cliche paper on the head coaches talk with it is what it is. I don't have a crystal ball. Right. Only players we're going to talk about are the players here today. Right. But I was disappointed and I thought maybe I could give you a few tips. If you have a front office person look at you, you would come in with this coming with your very, very not all.

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"spielman" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

06:00 min | 9 months ago

"spielman" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"Those in essence or the organization's goals and part of the process is the sharing component when people have their laminated game. Plans we do set up a sharing session. Where if they're multiple people participating executive coaching program. They will actually go through their goals. Not to look at each other's goals and say. Oh that's a really good goal or that's not a goltz more. We identify the interdependencies of. Oh that's what you want to achieve and accomplish. I think i could help you here. I introduce you to this person here. It's so what happens is when the managing partners set what their goals are. there is a cascading effect. If we're going to generate these types of returns we're going to expand in a different country or if we're going to raise a certain size fund by certain timeframe or whatever the case may be that's pretty well known and it now part of this process. It's certainly well known. And i use the verb co create the game plan. When i'm sitting with somebody co-creator game plan will say well if bob's objectives for the firm with a following and goals. What is the role that you complain that. So there is indeed alignment and if there's participation from the folks the top there's this beautiful cascading effect throughout the firm. Where have you seen situations where despite the work that you've done with the firm things go awry. For one reason other sometimes under duress people go back to what may be has worked in the past or the sort of cling to almost like tense up and museum baseball now. She kinda gripped that really hard. And that's actually not when you have the fastest hands and hit the ball really well so they sort of get away from some of the things that we had been working on and the game plan. That's in front of them. Sometimes i pick this up because they may be more apt to cancel or to push a meeting. And that's when. I know when something might be setting in where it's the feeling extra doses of stress and maybe anxiety and they're saying okay. This coaching thing may not be may not be essential. Not overtly saying that. But what i have noticed and what i do is say okay. How can i be of assistance in a sort of a different type way recognized. You're busy had you five minutes. We like carve out in certain chunks. And i try to message that. It's actually times like this. When the coaching partnership can be most efficacious at talk a lot about slowing down to speed up taking five minutes to have a conversation with me or have a conversation with oneself and sale. Okay i know. Things are crazy today. And i'm gonna take a breath. What are the three things. I need to do today to win the day. That fifteen seconds. One minute five minute conversation with me just to kind of get grounded on where we are. It's amazing that can do. It's also amazing. What when we feel extra doses of stress. How sometimes we respond in. It's completely understandable from an investor's perspective in a fund there's this notion if there's turnover the team that's generally a bad thing. I'm curious from your perspective working on the inside. How do you think about team turnover. There are several drivers of turnover. And i think what you might be getting at as there are sometimes with that person reaches a certain inflection point in his or her life and career and said you know what i. This is not the path Those talking about my career earlier. This is not the path that i wanna walk down. And i've worked with several people like that as well from a career sort of partnership perspective and it's my job to follow the energy follow. The interest fall the passion. And what could manifest into what that could look like. So sometimes if i'm the head of the firm or if that's somebody on my team sometime somebody leaving is okay. I don't want somebody under duress to be at my place of employment natural turnover and that makes sense especially as firms get larger and they just people are going to leave. That's just more of a natural thing. I think when i would begin to be more concerned is if potentially on an exit interview. Hopefully there are opportunities for exit interviews in the organizations where i work. I'm able to talk to people who have left and sometimes they're completely burnt out. They might be working with or for somebody who getting back to what i was. Sharing earlier doesn't sorta value them is really tough on them. And yes we can have tough managers but there's not one hundred percent of the time so research indicates that one of the key drivers of why people leave their firm is the person that they're working for working sometimes the people that they're working with and i would wanna get into that and understand. How are their yellow flags here that we may want to pay attention to from an organizational perspective. And maybe even red flags here that we is this a canary in a coal mine type of thing. Natural churn and turnover is indeed going to happen. I understand it's a selling point when and to these are going to raise funds and we've had somebody for ten years we somebody started associate and our partner and that's awesome and that's great and that should be part of the messaging story. There will be people who will leave too. 'cause that's just natural. I think let's attention. Let's get to the y. Is less about the what the y. So we can potentially mitigate or lessen other people leaving for those controllable reasons in the future you mentioned the why and then you also alluded yellow and red flags and i'm curious if you put those two together. What are some of those yellow in particular red flags that you might see in those situations. Despite the economic upside. For many of these roles i do think burn out can be a real issue. I think especially having gone through. The pandemic working in isolation took a real toll on.

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"spielman" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"spielman" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"I'm. I don't want to be precise and say that that it has to be from a seven and it's it's it's a matter from from government but at the earlier end of secondary school not i had one one parent. I spoke to said that that to school had entered Was doing the senior eleven. That's clearly to eight. I think. I think i think earlier. I mean if you hear about paul nine hundred sixteen nowadays extremely light and what you've just described the landscape or anyone who's got anything to do with young people said that this this this is something at the early under prime school obviously the adolescents. I'm puberty adolescence. Kick around that eleven. Twelve thirty thirty eight so that You really need to stop talking about eastern. it's always wants to get in ahead of pornography. Don't you to to start your hook healthy relationships and the boundaries of acceptable behavior before young people start experimenting for themselves rather than after. If you're just joining us. I am with the chief inspector of state which is england. Schools watchdog. Amanda spillman is safe to say inspectors not always teaches favorite people. It's safe to say that you're now going to include having done this report this elements of safeguarding and changing culture. As part of what you mark school zone we have always included all the different aspects of bullying. Hey babe behavior problems in safeguarding our inspections but what we what we started doing from from twenty from twenty twenty seventeen was strengthening inspectors. Training introducing specific requirements tha to six schools about reports a sexual harassment violence. And what we're doing in the light of this is strengthen the expectation inspectors to really push on this one because one of the things that came out of introducing requirement to oscar for this ahead of inspection was discovered. Anyway i think six percent of schools gave us anything in response to that request. Nearly half the others. I'm gave us a new return. Essentially saying we haven't had any so comparing this with with what we hear from young people. It says the this point about so much. Not getting reported is desperately important here and we went into this sunday..

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"spielman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"spielman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Yeah. It's amazing when you're gonna have a genuine rock star on the show, and I don't want to embarrass myself. And say dumb things. So I've been doing a ton of research on Chris Barron, and I could literally doctors. I know it Z difference between the way I'm going to ask him. You know who was the coolest band that opened for him. Should he opened for? Yes, I'm gonna ask all the all the bad Fanboy questions stuff like that's fine. And then you're gonna lean in a little bit on the whole us being called to spend doctors of. I'm just gonna I think it's implied. I think it's there were. I think everybody already knows that somebody somebody tried to get us and they got trolled and that they know better than to do that next time. What I really love about watching his videos is he's always smiling when he performs like I made weird faces when I was up on stage, you know, playing music. And I've seen a little bit of that in here. Yeah, I'm super awkward, but he's always smile. He looks like he's really into everything. Yeah, even singing songs like like that song like Little Miss? Can't be wrong. He's probably performing a song thousands of times, and it still looks like it's fun for him with asking about that tomorrow. That seems like something that, uh he probably has a good answer for it is he just, you know, Is it just trying to put on a good show for the fans or is he generate genuinely still? Enjoy music at that after after this many years in the business, Definitely. So we'll have Chris Barron on tomorrow we got we had a fun show for you eyes well, so we'll get into that here. Just a little bit kind of at the top of the hour. You never. Michael Llodra, Muthiah. He was on with us earlier. Also, Tampa Bay trade Trevor Sick of it. We'll do a little draft conversation. Talk a little bit about those bucks His bucks that he was covering recently and now little no longer s to get to that. So, yes, Spin doctors tomorrow. Russell Brown talks more draft and then the mile high report as well as always. On a Friday three or 3713 85 85 star phone number. 56690 is our text line. Nice. Let's let's hear from Rick Spielman because he's obviously heavily influential in George Peyton's process to getting this pump point where he is the GM of the Broncos and, of course, the GM of the Vikings. I thought this was a great answer today. When he met with the media, he was asked about his advice that he would give to George Payton. And he gave us a little bit of insight into what the minister Vikings like to do as far as their organizational structure, as relates to the roster feudalism for George, I think you know he's he's seen on. He's seen so many so much that we've been through together. On Even you know, when we started here when we started in Miami, and when he came in to Chicago, there's no one that's probably Seen Aziz much in been exposed to asthma, much as I've exposed George to everything that goes on in this business. I know he has a specific plan on what he needs to get accomplished when he When he gets there and gets going. I know the you know, free agency the draft understanding the roster. I don't want to speak for him, but he'll have a plan in place on what needs to be done and what needs to come to the forefront. And number one thing is always one. You know the personnel that zah lifeline of our organization, especially in the draft and We've been always big believers on building our rosters through the draft. Hopefully, you're doing a good enough job where you're hitting on your draft picks. And then those draft picks of the ones that you end up keeping and extending and not let him get into free agency and build your roster that way, And we've had some success doing that here. And I think George Will carry a lot of those philosophies. But I also think Georgia have some things that he wants to do differently, and I'm excited for him because now Although you know when we talked and put our plan together. He always had a big influence and a big input on what we've done and how we did things, and now he's get a chance. Like I said to run the show there. And I'm anxious to see what he puts in place and some of the ideas that he may have on how to move forward. So Rick Spielman talking there about advice you'd give to him in that first month, and you don't get into too many specifics. But when he started talking about the philosophy of the minister of Vikings and its draft and developed and they build from there, they try to keep their own guys. Something that is a little bit foreign to this team in recent years. And I mean, certainly they've been players in free agency. I mean, I think a lot of people can point to Kirk cousins. A lot of people have been pointing to Kirk Cousins as a glaring example. But I love you know, we talked to bring crystal little earlier, and he brought up a point that Hey, you know, if if Teddy Bridgewater wouldn't have had the horrific leg injury, they wouldn't have made a trade to go get Sam Bradford, who eventually got hurt, and then eventually they decided to go Kirk cousins. They drafted a quarterback in the first round that actually is still playing in the league. They just couldn't in that window, hold on to him and hold on to hope that he Get better. So I think people are projecting on this team from the Vikings to the Broncos on what they think they're gonna be. I think more than anything, I'm looking forward. Two. Front office that is focused on retaining their own players drafting, developed and building from that, because it seems like in the last several years we get to free agency bend, and we're like, man this U F fe, who knows? I don't even know if they're gonna offer him a contract. Yeah, let me let me go back little bit here first, because what people are doing here are focusing. You know, we talk about the process and the result, people focusing on the result, not the process. A process was Teddy Bridgewater had a horrific injury. They had to make some kind of move. So they went got Sam Bradford, who also got hurt and then case, Keenum became the starter, which you know he got them competitive, But he wasn't quite good enough to take him The next step, which meant that they were out there searching for a quarterback in free agency. The next next go round. As you pointed out, instead of Tabor's won't just be the guy all the way. Through right so The process there was a spate of injuries led them to keep trying to go buy a quarterback because they knew they were in a window. But the process says they drafted a guy to be that guy, and they were going to roll with that. And so you could go and you can find examples of this all over the place. If the Dallas Cowboys and Jerry generals have got in their way, they would have jumped and gotten Paxton Lynch. The Broncos would've wound up with Jack Prescott in the second round. Which were this whole conversation is different. The process and the result..

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"spielman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"spielman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"See teams you look at even this year in this year's playoffs you got you got a lot of teams that run the football. Well, um, you know, not just, um, the Titans. But look, look who they're playing in the playoffs, You know, playing the Ravens. The Ravens obviously have have a great running quarterback, but they run the football well, and, uh You know, you s so anyway. So, yes, I think that running game is still very valuable. Um, there's a certain couple quarterbacks. Probably that maybe you would say, don't need a running running game. But for the most part, I think Going on on Sunday. In this league, you need to be had run the football. Barry Sanders is with me. Here. You're acting now as an advisor for the Detroit Lions in helping them with their coaching search and the general manager. Search. What can you tell us about the process? Well, no. I mean, um, yeah. I mean, the process was started. Chris Spielman eyes pretty much leading the search. You know, they're interviewing coaches. Um, you know, you look at our situation. Mike and you lose double digit games consecutive seasons. You, you know, you gotta Take drastic measures, you know, And so I think that's what we are. You know, but but we got a good man in the in the good men on the case. I was saying Chris Spielman. He's been around the game. He knows the game and and he loves the Lions football. He has a deep connection. The line's history, You know, so so that's what we are, I think We'll come up with the best candidate for the position on gay move forward and and hopefully next year on DSA soon after we're talking about Lions playoffs, you know, because that's what we wanna be. Looking for some hope there. No question. The great Barry Sanders is with us today. Brought to you by rocket mortgage. What can you tell us about the program, Barry? Of Mike. Here's how it works. I mean, it's rocket. Morgan Sue both swears it was a huge success last year, you know, it's just a great opportunity for fans to win a lot of cash and rocket mortgage. So you go to rocket mortgage stories dot com and find out the details, But Basically Mike every score change in the game. Fans have a chance of winning $50,000. So you score touchdown. That's $50,000 extra point after his 50,000 obviously field goals and safeties and things like that, you know, and then to lucky fans have a chance to win half a million dollars toward a dream home. So So again, just a great opportunity for fans to be involved in the Super Bowl, you know and win a lot of cash and again. We're looking to repeat on last year's success when we gave away rocket boys gave away $1.75 million to Various fans so So, yeah, just a fun way to be a part of the game. You know, In addition to obviously had been the biggest game in the world, you know, maybe your favorite team isn't playing in the game. And so it's another reason to be involved in games so again, go to rocket mortgage squares dot com. Find out more about it. And maybe you can you can, you know, take home some cash. Sounds like fun. Yes, like you. My favorite team isn't playing in the game. Either. Your your lions and my jets will not be there in a month. A Barry, It's great to see you as always stay healthy, Happy New year and we'll catch up down the road. Right. Thanks for having me, man. Take care. You two. That's Barry Sanders, one of the all time greats. I said it yesterday. He is that Not only did he have probably the greatest college season ever. I just told you 2800 yards and 42 touchdowns, but he is also the greatest NFL player ever to win the Heisman. That was my list yesterday. If you missed it, I had him. Number one eyed O. J. Simpson, number two star back was three. Earl Campbell was four. And Bo Jackson was five coming up next Adam Schefter on the coaching carousel of Your team needs a coach. You don't want to miss it. Schefty after this word from Draftkings, you know, it's been an exciting football season. Lucky for US. Football fans is more action to be had. You may not have crowned the champion. You may not have been crowned the champion in your traditional fantasy Football league. But Draftkings is here to help you make it range Afghans. America's Leading daily fantasy at paying out over $7 billion to their players. If you haven't tried it yet, head to the APP store right now, because you don't want to miss this. Really easy to play. I do it every week. You pick your lineup. You stay under the salary cap. You see how your team stacks up against the competition If you haven't signed up yet, what are you waiting for?.

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The Detroit Lions' hire Chris Spielman to management team

NFL Live

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

The Detroit Lions' hire Chris Spielman to management team

"The detroit lions are bringing in. Chris spielman from fox to join them in his as a special assistant in their general manager search. Listen this is reshaping. The culture of an identity of an organization. This guy knows football. I'm excited for this marriage between chris. Spielman in the detroit lions.

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"spielman" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"spielman" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

"Talking about and poppy. I know that's the that's the kind of eccentric character The kind of baser on anybody or you. Totally make make her up in your mind. We now give. Somebody said that. She thought she was the combination of sophia loren and odd on the golden yorker. Yes yes of but she was actually I was. I was watching a documentary on a woman named iras at though she's this new york city iconic businesswoman. Who is now ninety. Nine years old is she. Has this just a joy for life and and and There's big glasses and breaks clothing. And i guess she's just so darling and funny and full of life that i knew after i watched that documentary. I thought oh now that that's true. I want poppies to be big therapy. You could continue over into future books. They're they're nineteen reason. I will boiler character that sounds great sponsor by the name of the book is the star-crossed sister's testimony. I guess you'd consider it a kind of a romantic novel comedic novel. I mean just to give the audience an idea right. Yes and if you're looking for a getaway from during pandemic international vacation. Hopefully it will transport you a nicer we need. We need a lot of about now. We don't need to watch the news every second. You need to get away from it well lori. Give your website if you will get more information about you in the book or any contact.

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"spielman" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"spielman" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

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"spielman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"spielman" Discussed on WTVN

"On six ten W. E. N. all right stand by just a couple of minutes full standard the horseshoe pretty unlikely this year Chris Spielman will join me for more on that in just a couple of minutes literally in about three or four minutes so there are some of the station again from ABC six fox twenty eight with me as well and they started talking about the you know the some guidelines we're getting guideline to death by the way I mean Sir that's just the way that I guess the world we live in right now to talk about Ohio campgrounds reopening I guess one of the biggest ones is you have to have a reservation to that that's actually required and for you know in a camper to reserving spaces and all of that you know I I didn't think this is really any different than before that the way that this went but I guess there are campsites where you can kind of just drive up and if they have something available they let you in or lets you kind of you know set up shop I guess I would have assumed the same issue that this would be it's been a few years since I've camped but I would assume that those reservations would have been a key component to the weekend planning and making sure there was a space for you when you show up with all your gear I mean let's be honest you come with a lot of accoutrements as my co anchor Bob Kendrick with second when you are showing up to camp you got a lot of stuff for you you want to make sure you have a spot so that surprises me but yeah I think the reservations I think we're gonna hear more about the reservations when it comes to the polls opening up this summer reservations are gonna be part of that as well restrooms shower houses are going to be limited I'm hearing one shower every third day they're going to let you do it now on making that part of my face not that guidelines well your that on a big sign only one shower every third day just know that when you camp at our campgrounds bring a lot of the over it with you and gives a perfume and the voice of the truly oil right exactly so yeah that's the way it's going to go just kind of in a nutshell that's really what it is so campgrounds officially opened starting today your ABC six first warning weather chief meteorologist Marshall make peak is joining us now all stations you didn't do your normal she can't she's not going to be able to hear him because they're both in the same mix mine that's it's just you but you didn't tell me that it normally should how is a shower every third day different from working at home anyway this is truth you just out of all of us Marshall wow you know actually this point all you do is just go stand outside for a little while you're right off while also it has been really wet again today but we're just going to start seeing some improvement after this scattered showers out there now some of those are partly across Franklin County stretch down thirty three toward Athens some of that also weapon the Knox County and Delaware County Marion outscored New lax it's all over the place we're going to see some showers for tonight a low down to fifty six degrees Friday eight seventy three I think we're gonna see some sunshine during the day on Friday the showers will be a little more isolated and then on Saturday because by then we're into the holiday weekend partly cloudy there's an isolated shower possible high near eighty degrees humid on Sunday with a high of eighty four and Memorial Day Monday another eighty four humid and a chance for a shower Larry Marshall thank you so much sixty one boy the son just popped out just now eighty four and muggy all on love it I'm ready eighty four muggy goodbye me goodbye me full stands at the horseshoe unlikely this fall and I got a sneaking suspicion somebody that's waiting on the line here actually might have a little bit of information about this or at least a thought or two Chris Spielman Chris welcome to the mark blazer show man for the first time thanks for coming on brother thank you for having me so what are your thoughts about this I mean I don't know if you actually saw the article but Jean Smith saying that you know from a hundred thousand fans would actually be closer to twenty twenty two thousand fans I mean something better than nothing I guess in this situation right well I think you have to go by whatever to stay rules are protocol in err on the side of caution.

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"spielman" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"spielman" Discussed on WJR 760

"Lockdown which is basically across the whole country Chris Spielman our good friend is one of them a former line of course and and now a great commentator on television but he's doing linebacker tips listen to a little clip here from one of them right this is for all you young linebackers out there and how you can help out at home and help your mother your father carry groceries and get two grocery bags from the car you start doing lateral raises you try to get ten and that's excellent work for your shoulders now I have to do ten lateral raises to upgrade roads for ten Chris is on the line with us right now Hey Chris yeah good evening man how are you right I've got we caught in between grocery exercises or yeah exactly G. P. E. grocer exercises running back hips offense line it's got it all going on right yeah how did you come up with the idea I think you know ideas all the things I did as a kid in my dad had me do and I thought they were fine and I thought it be a funny way to do it and make people smile is my number one goal and so you know I I think you mentioned you know me a little bit better than a lot of people because of our time together I had I'm tired of always being looked at as the serious cancer guide yours football guy I you know I think I have a good personality and it's kind of fun for me to show off and hopefully make people smile a little bit you are always funny you just scared the hell out of yeah it was you know the same was coming out of your years most of the time it's of no one got close enough to hear the jokes but what always you always had a good sense of humor but in fairness I tried you know I didn't really like a lot of people get close to me and I made a decision that I I think that if I can help people I'm going to help people and you know I'm just trying to do the best that can like everybody else but I I do have certain things that I can get away and just because Wetherby finances or just little funny little linebacker chips that are actually pretty good advice but with a little humor in my girls have been great especially the football fashion show we did with spot when we when we do that kind of stuff I think it helps people connect with you and and I want people to understand that your peers and my fears and your worries and my worries and in all I worry about the same things you do and have the same sense of humor you this office is the way to connect let's hear another one when we can't connect yeah yeah right click when you can't connect here's another linebacker Tim from Chris Spielman more than wait for me no how to take on a you don't want to do you don't want to come in several forms the older stores you.

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"spielman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"spielman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Ready to extend GM Rick Spielman Spillman earned his extension with the dig straight I need to extend our own cook because that's what they're doing they've got Adam ceiling they've got Smith and Kyle Rudolph at tight end they love B. C. Johnson who falls into that category of young cheap option but that's what they need to do and there are plenty of receivers in this draft and even though guys like Troy Williamson that's three Rick Spielman but not by much and ultimately Percy Harvin although they flipped him for a better call than they should have gotten and the guy from Mississippi look one Treadwell the first round from a few years ago I mean the first rounders haven't worked but Diggs was a fifth rounder feeling was undrafted B. C. Johnson undrafted they know how to find receivers and what a good one this year all right we're integra will return the other receiver trade that made people think the Texans got fleeced and the digs trade last night underscored that de Andre Hopkins to the cardinals will break it down on PFT live continues right after this back be your nose hubs so congested use the Vic side X. Basil spray starts working in seconds and lasts.

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"spielman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"spielman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of pressure on the running game maybe come up with a turnover who knows if you could Panama on this point is really critical with a minute I have to go in the game at the half. is that the Kubiak and here's the kick it over here can't signals and made by Spielman at the nine yard line got the job done a minute fourteen to go ahead. so the Wildcats drove it into Nebraska territory why was promising. with a. ended up with three straight incompletions after they reached the thirty seven yard line. and so the brass good now with a minute fourteen remember Nebraska gets the ball first in the third quarter. they may not. I have a feeling that they're going to try to do something here. well Mister of running the football that I think right out of the chute they they they they can't take any rest out here. Israel's to the right of Martinez. Martinez. down the middle. Spielman take it out of the twenty two yard line and a little slow getting up. but he is up flag was thrown was this possibly holding defense of holding against northwestern was. so we're gonna decline that probably only. defense number nine at least. results of the plays a first Travis will makes the stop on Spielman. who is their top receiver that's his second catch on the day of the first down to brass the twenty two a minute five remaining. Martinez. of the intended receiver that was mills coming out of the backfield coverage to Roderick Campbell it'll be second down at ten fifty eight seconds to go in the half ten.

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"spielman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"spielman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Traveling sixty six posted forty five miles per hour Spielman. I it's it's concerning. And that's why internal affairs will review the case to see if this be justified his actions family as demanded more answers as to why their son was struck by the deputy sheriff says desire an affront were crossing Florida avenue outside the crosswalk Tessa swerved to avoid the friend striking desire who. Has running behind us brand penelas undercover deputy suffered minor injuries. After his car was t-boned by a drunk driver at thirty seventh street, south eleventh avenue, Saint Petersburg police say it happened just before midnight. Witnesses told police the driver thirty four year old. Derek Taylor was speeding when he ran through the stop sign and T-Bone the deputies car Taylor also suffered minor injuries. He was arrested and charged with DUI would Florida's support a fifteen dollar minimum wage Orlando attorney John Morgan wants to find out. The attorney says some major retailers are already on board Amazon's paying fifteen dollars an hour. At an insurance is paying fifteen dollars an hour. Some of these responsible companies are doing it. Anyway, as he did with medical marijuana Morgan has collected enough signatures to present a twenty twenty ballot initiative, a GM plant in Ohio is facing a lawsuit after racist activity inside the facility, including graffiti that said whites only. Only on the bathrooms now officials there say they are investigating and will review the policies, including management reportedly made some of the racist comments. It's ten oh. Four at NewsRadio. WFL a weather's next..

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"spielman" Discussed on Q95

Q95

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"spielman" Discussed on Q95

"Before he puts his pants on this. This is the big angle of this story that the people at deadspin cannot get over the fact that this guy puts his shoes and socks on then his pants. Very small feed and very baggy pants while. I mean, if he has dress pants is probably dress pants, Beezer, jeans, or workout pants, you could stretch them. But why would you do that? Then you're getting the bottom of your shoes. Yeah. No. I'm not agreeing with the general manager Vikings scabies. Body lice escapees who is this. Rick Rick Rick Spielman. Rick Rick premium Vikings general manager, Rick Ricky spiel has that gold for by the way. They're out of the plane, and they signed Kirk cousins was the answer. Told him. He was the right side of your face. He leaves his house at the same time. You arrives at the stadium. At eight follows the same route stops at the same gas station uses the same pump, make sure he always ends his purchase on a zero Senate sound like anybody and everybody knows in here. Other than you get this sounds like most people most people have these sort of routines specifically, this is a little specific. I used to be I think it's crazy about ending on zero and had to go to the same. That's probably the most specific thing here. The rest is I had my own palm. When we shave we all share it. We all start on the same side that we do every time we sha- I start in the middle like the the lipped left machine right here. Okay. But but you always start. That's a live again. Wait a minute. I think he's onto something. Yeah. Yeah. Let's shave together. Does Ted Baxter shave?.

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Bone Building Needs Bit of Breakdown First

60-Second Science

02:32 min | 3 years ago

Bone Building Needs Bit of Breakdown First

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin. Exercise builds muscle, but it also strengthens bones. Exactly how exercise boosts bone strength is a matter of debate and a subject of scientific scrutiny. Now, a new study in mice shows how a hormone secreted by active muscle cells triggers, bone remodeling, physical activity stimulates the release of multiple molecules from skeletal muscle take Iran, for example, this hormone named after the Greek messenger. Goddess iris is produced by running rodents and by us humans when we do high intensity Arabic training once it's generated iris and improves bone density and strength to find out how Bruce Spiegelman and his colleagues at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School took cultured bone cells and located the receptor to which Iran binds, this receptor protein is particularly abundant on cells called osteo sites. These cells of the master regulator of. Bone remodeling and the most abundant cell type in bone. What we found interesting in. This paper is the magnitude of the effects, we get in terms of iris and acting to stimulate osteo sites and preventing their death in culture. Also their ability to make a key protein sclera Sten under the stimulation of iris scores. Ten is a protein that actually stimulates the breakdown of bone that Iran, which builds bone would promote the production of sclera Ston which destroys it may seem counterintuitive but Spielman says that this bit of bone breakdown that signals the body to engage in some skeletal renovation the results appear in the journal cell boning up on the actions of Irishman could help us work out. How we can derive the most from our workouts and possibly keep our bones dense enough to keep us dancing in our dotage. And the new work identifying the receptor. Also allows us to really a much more easily identify. What are other target cell types for IRA Sinn with particular reference to neural cell types, where there is suggestive evidence by us and others that iris in may play a neuro protective effect in disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and a LS? Thanks for listening for scientific Americans, sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

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MGM sues Vegas shooting victims and survivors, sparking outrage

Woody and Company

00:54 sec | 4 years ago

MGM sues Vegas shooting victims and survivors, sparking outrage

"The zone with Spielman in, Hooghly and the other jaw dropping story today I shook my head and couldn't believe MGM resorts international sued more than, one thousand victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting they sued the victims in order to attempt. To dodge liability in the music festival, MasterCard that last October that killed fifty eight you. Say why in God's name would they do that because they themselves if they're found, liable, maybe, sued out of business because they're facing lawsuits from four hundred fifty victims So they are seeking a two thousand. Two federal act that extends liability protection to any company that uses anti-terrorism. Technology which they claim they did traffic and weather on the drive home every ten minutes, on the.

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Minnesota Vikings GM Rick Spielman expects Kirk Cousins to officially sign deal by Thursday

First Things First

01:35 min | 4 years ago

Minnesota Vikings GM Rick Spielman expects Kirk Cousins to officially sign deal by Thursday

"Needs to continue if you look at the greatest player they're still adjusting steph adjusting katie we saw him just in the bronx you're fifteen he's adjusting russ is not adjusting so that's the thing that you can hold against him the players who come there with him they have to just the russ's playing i just leave as a superstar he should have more flexibility and build a do more different things and build shoot shoot the the ball ball back of first things first even know that eric mangini was going to be here but on the weather report it said there was going to be a big storm in the north the only reason i knew that air without fail if there is no research to be had eric mangini joins either get into town out of town nickname nor'easter yeah it's no bombs bomb cyclone coach if you're fan of quarterback free agency in the off season the yesterday was your day big names big moves all around kirk cousins probably the biggest sceptre months of speculation as to where he'd end up the former washington quarterback landed in minnesota cousins reportedly will sign a three year eighty four million dollar guaranteed contract with the vikings this would make cousins the highest paid quarterback in the nfl coach i'll start with you kirk cousins make the right call choosing minnesota in the sense that he got everything that betty wanted to get a three year guaranteed deal to become the highest paid quarterback in the.

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Muhammad Wilkerson, Green Bay Packers reach agreement on deal

Izzy and Spain

01:37 min | 4 years ago

Muhammad Wilkerson, Green Bay Packers reach agreement on deal

"Yeah the bears are getting better they're doing all this work and they still got no chance of competing with the packers and the vikings now right i would think though and matthew stafford's not going anywhere in detroit forgot about the lions i'm fascinated by the packers because this is a brand new era for how long green bay never spend money in free agency with ted thompson now they would dabble every so often julius peppers as one veteran that they did sign a more high profile guy but now you're talking about jimmy graham robbed a mosque you covers the packers for us just reports them muhammad wilkerson is gonna sign with green in bay my opinion is they're feeling the pressure now because aaron rodgers is too great to walk away from this game with only one super bowl title so i think that plays into there is more pressure letting jordy nelson go probably because he doesn't run very well anymore but there's a new gm and a new philosophy in green bay and kirk cousins people debate that contract look the vikings are giving him a fully guaranteed deal because they think they can win the super bowl right now not next year the year after that signing kirk cousins is about winning a championship in two thousand eighteen so jeff who's under more pressure at this point the packers to maximize whatever the opportunity is for aaron rodgers or kirk cousins maximize whatever the opportunity is for the vicario jason i i would say it's vikings management rick spielman is actually under more pressure than kirk cousins because cousins has got his money he played the system per.

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