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"stan kroenke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"To do it tonight drew special, especially with my family and the stands and especially to for the fans, and we deserve that game tonight. And hasn't really all hit me what a roller coaster. It's emotional for. Sure, that's probably the biggest school of over scored in my career. What a series for Robert Thomas. The young player was right there for Maroons goal. I mean, it doesn't get any better than that game. Seven on your home town, that's pretty special. So I I don't even know how he's built he's probably jumping over there. So that's that's pretty cool blues. Coach Craig ruby believe in Patty, I think that his line had a lot to do with revive in his season lines had a lot of good chemistry, and they played some extremely good hockey for us for long time. And yes, the blues are moving on they are in the Western Conference finals, and they are taking on the winner of Colorado and San Jose. And if you want scout your next opponent. In the Western Conference finals, you can watch that game tonight. It'll be Colorado at San Jose starts at eight o'clock tonight and that game will be on NBC sports network, Colorado. The avalanche owned by STAN Kroenke, and we'll see we'll see who ends up winning that game. If the avalanche win it. They'll open that series in Saint Louis, if the sharks wanted the blues will go to San Jose Open there and the Eastern Conference finals are already set they'll start playing tomorrow. Carolina at Boston. The blues are going to be one of four teams still standing cardinals lost yesterday. They fell and they fell pretty hard. Actually, they dropped their game yesterday to the Philadelphia Phillies. Final score that one was eleven.

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And they've sold a lot of tickets more than anybody thought they would and the raiders got to sell tickets and they want to win tomorrow night. And right now, the revenues drying up they're paying Trent Brown highest payed left tackle in football. And they're paying Antonio Brown's the highest paid wide receiver. I believe and somebody's gotta write those checks and signed those checks, and you've got to have money in the Bank. And you'd think everybody has it. But we know that some team. Stan Kroenke, the Rams richest NFL owner. Now that Paul Allen has passed the reason they can sign all those guys. They got a lot of money in the Bank in the off season. I think the raiders are just trying to sell season tickets we'll much like the teenage girl on Instagram posts, everything that she does. It's the theory of if you post your breakfast, did you actually have breakfast? And that's kind of what I think the raiders are doing they're kind of trying to show like, oh, we are doing all these things, and we are really functional, and we really are very active, and we have all these big plans big surprise for the draft. When in reality, we shouldn't be hearing anything from you, by the way, why would you announce an leaker story to Ian Rapoport that you've got a big surprise at four because it makes us think you'll move up to number one the only team in the NFL that is going to win the draft more than Oakland is AirAsia because there is on has got the number one pick so Amazon this the drafts going to be three and a half hours long the first half hour Arizona's going everybody's gotta talk by all by guys that raiders they want all three and a half hours because after the Zona pick about an. Hour later, the raiders have three picks. It's gonna be a raider draft. You we're gonna be talking about a lot about the raiders. So it feels like to me the raiders are they're making this very glasshouse look inside. This is this is selling tickets the editing thing yesterday that happened late in our show. And I thought it was a massive deal. The Seattle Seahawks a made a trade they sent a very very good football player. Frank Clark to the Kansas City. Chiefs who have to win now and want to win now mode and Seattle got a first round pick and a second round pick. You have no idea how big that is Green Bay new two years ago. They were going to have to pay Rogers. They knew it. So Green Bay got really smart last year and the year before they drafted defense the head to get their defense young and cheap. So they could pay her in Rogers. So in two thousand seventeen four their first five picks for defense Packers and last year their first three picks were defense. So. Seven of the last eight picks at the top of the draft. The Packers have a defense why? Because they knew that pair and Rogers, and so when you when you know, you're gonna pay her in riders at ton. They're like fellows, we gotta get young and cheap. So Green Bay smartly. The last two years has gone all defend at the top of the draft. And I think Green Bay is going to be very good. I think there's going to be the best Green Bay defence since the year. They won the Super Bowl Seattle. Didn't have that luxury Seattle thought they had a year to figure out the Russell Wilson contracting. And then Russell Wilson said, hey, man, Ciara been talking pay me now or on leaving in Seattle went. Okay. Here's your money in Seattle was cornered. And they don't have any picks the patriots. And the giants have twelve pick Seattle this year had four. So this was not a small deal Seattle. Now as two first rounders. They don't have a second rounder, then they have a for then they have one picking the third fourth fifth. They don't have a sex in the seventh. So Seattle went into this draft like depr-. Privata picks. So to have two first rounders in the best defensive draft in a decade is a big deal for Seattle. And then they got a second rounder for next year..

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Now from harassed Al Fisher in young friend of the show. Brad young. Thank you so much for coming onto chemo ex. My pleasure. Ryan good to talk to you. As always I understand. You're doing overtime again this week. I love hearing you every time you're on the air here. Thank you. Yeah. Thursday morning. It's a lot of fun. I was watching in trying to figure out what the update was going to be between the city of Saint Louis and STAN Kroenke and the Rams, and I just read that a court ruled against the Rams in Kroenke. They are not going to be able to go to arbitration. I wanted to get your thoughts on what that actually means for the city of Saint Louis. Well, it means a lot. Let's first talk about why would crock in the Rams want arbitration arbitration for defendants for anyone who gets sued, and my firm mostly represents defendants in for example, in appointment law situations arbitration is always preferable to a jury trial because a judge isn't going to be swayed. An arbitration judge isn't going to be swayed as a jury might be also it takes a whole idea of punitive damages off the table, we'll get into that. In a moment it limits the need for a jury trial. And you never know really what a jury trial will do what a jury will do particularly in. This instance, where there's not a lot of love for staying cross city of Saint Louis. All right. I mean, that's putting it mildly. I I had one person recently told me that STAN Kroenke is to lying like Wisconsin is to cheese. I didn't say that. I had somebody help me that I wanna make sure that's very clear so for all those reasons arbitration would be far better from Kroenke and the Rams perspective. Now, having said that the the issue that came up was a trial court denied their motion to dismiss a jury trial because they said we have an arbitration agreement with the city of Saint Louis has to go to arbitration can't be in court. They lost the trial judge it went up to the Missouri quarter of appeals eastern district. And basically they spanked him. No. The arbitration clauses. Not valid and buckle up. Stan you're going to try. Do they use the term buckle up? Yeah. No. That came from the first Star Trek movie. I don't think that was actually in the appellate division. But you know, what I was thinking that whenever I was reading the opinion. So right now, let's say you are cranky and his legal team in the Rams when they're thinking to themselves. All right. How bad can this actually get for us at this point? So let's say worst case scenario for cranky best case scenario for the city of Saint Louis. What do you think would happen? Well, now's the point in time when settlement negotiations actually start. I mean, this litigation has been going on for a long time. But it up to this point. There's no incentive for Kroenke at all to discuss any sort of with the city because from their mind they wanted to make sure that they could try to keep this away from jury. And when I say they tried Ryan they tried with every fiber of their being. I mean, they they went they went all greitens on the city of Saint Louis. Okay. Winter full Brian. What they win. And it was it was to no avail. Okay. They did not defeat the idea here that the city could go to a to a jury trial. So now's the point in time when start being some discussions dollars of cents hopefully, more dollars than sense. Yeah. So with all of this one of the things, I think we discussed in the past was the chance that there's gonna be some certain documents up for discovery, which could be bad not just for the Rams, but for the NFL, so what kind of things now can be vulnerable for for the NFL in the things that they can learn about them. And Ryan that's a fantastic question because you've really got into the heart of this case, the city of Saint Louis is alleging that there's been fraud that's been perpetrated upon the city, for example, their position in part of their pleadings involves the allegation that while the Rams were saying and Kroenke was saying, and I think Kevin luau was saying or Kevin Lou now, but it was the Rams leadership was saying that that we really want to try to stay in Saint Louis. We wanna try to make this work. We subsequently learned that there's documentation demonstrating that they had no intention of staying that from the get-go they wanted to move back to Los Angeles. And if that's the case, and if there's documents that we we were told that there there is from Jeff Fisher, if there's documents that support that improve that and that helps make a fraud case that they were committing fraud. Now, very briefly the reason why that's such a big deal is because if there's fraud then the city Saint Louis can ask for punitive damage. Now, why is that a big deal? Well, it's a big deal for this reason in order to gauge the amount of punitive damages that are owed one of the things that all sorts allow including here in in in God's country of Missouri. Is that you get to interject or get to introduce evidence of profits that the company may in order to allow the jury to determine how much in punitive damages should be awarded. So once you reading that Bill, then you get to find out how much to the NFL owners make how much of the NFL make what was their profit. What was their losses? Of course. There's no losses. How much revenue are they making from the TV network? How much are they making from advertising? Hey, this is stuff that not one NFL owner wants any any information to be produced in litigation and to be broadcast on camera wax. They don't want any of that. So that's why I'm saying today is the first day of settlement ago. She Asians for this case. Yeah. And just look at their Commissioner Roger Goodell doesn't he makes like fifty million a year. So this ain't chump change with his organization fifty million a year they're paying their Commissioner. So yeah, that's a ton in. I can see why they would be very eager now to usher this away. But you know, what if I were the city of Saint Louis, I would be out for blood really I would want all of this stuff discovered. Right. I wouldn't want to just take any sort of deal that the try to cut at this point. I know. But this is the really the reason why and everybody's heard the phrase, you know, if you represent yourself, you have a fool for a client ever, everybody's heard that phrase, and the reason why that phrase is so true is because it accurately reflects reality. And that means one of the things that an attorney has to do I do this every single day in my practice is I have to separate the emotion from the logic to separate the passion from the practical. All right. And so in that instance, the city may want blood, you know, they may want their their pound of flesh. They may want vengeance. They may want all this information to come out. But there's also a chance they could lose because they still have to prove fraud and fraud even on a good day is difficult to prove because you have to prove intent an intent is always difficult to prove his party talk here. I know. So at this point if they start putting millions of dollars on the table much like we saw with the litigation. Okay. That case got settled. But only after they. Eliminated all the arbitration clauses. And it looked like he was going to go to trial. And then all of a sudden bang STAN opens the checkbook in this case, if they're putting millions of dollars on the table. I'm speculating course that hasn't happened yet. But I think it it soon will. And if that does happen. It's makes it really hard. If you're representing the city of Saint Louis to say, hey, guys, you know, they're offering twenty mil but I'm telling you, let's walk away from it. You know that that that's really hard to do twenty million seems again low what what would the city actually do. Let's say they win in where does the money go? And what would they be able to use it on is it just like general funds? Well, I presume now that's a great question that I don't have the answer to and I just pulled that twenty mil number out of the year. But I do know that I think they spent about sixteen million dollars in designing the new stadium hiring architects to design the new stadium working, and they paid they had a lot of personnel costs and. Associated with putting this package together. And so that's going to be one of the things that that would be a component of their damages. And so basically, I think the calculation that would be going on in the litigation is let's add up every single possible damage, even the cost of the stamps. Okay. We're going to add all this up together. And then we're going to tack on a you stuck it to us punitive damage fee on top of that. Because we gotta pay the lawyers and by the way, I need to add. I'm always glad when the lawyers get paid. And then at that point if the number comes down at compensates them for that. I think you really have to consider it and just briefly if you look at that case with the PSL cranky, and the Rams paid everyone for who had a PSL for all of their actual damages, and they paid the lawyer's fees on top of that. And I think that's a model for what we should see in this case now that we know that it's the most likely going to be headed to a jury trial that these guys want to avoid, you know, it's going to be interesting timeline wise, if you had to guess what the steps in how long it would take to get through these steps how long it would take for us to actually get to that point. Well, there hasn't been a great deal of discovery. And when I say discovery, that's the point where documents requested and people are deposed and Franchi's deposed, and everybody's deposed. Jeff Fisher will have to be deposed. Those things haven't happened because the fight up to this point has been whether it could even go to a. Jury. So now that that's the way. I mean, if it would go to trial, we're at least eighteen months away from that happening. So it doesn't necessarily mean that this case is going to get wrapped up before Easter. Okay. Happen. It'd be nice. But it's not really not going to happen. But the timeline is if it's going to get resolved. You know, we're probably looking at some time the next eighteen months. Yeah. We could be playing XFL here by the time. It's all settled. Yeah. Oh, easily easily. All right. Well, this is fascinating to me. It's it's I to me makes me happy to see anytime. There's an L in this cranky column in I wanna see more of those. I want to see the city of Saint Louis come ahead year. I'm getting sick of everyone over in California, saying it's sour grapes. Just because they lost here. I can't wait. I cannot wait till he has to write that check knowing that he did the city wrong. And I want people to know he did the city wrong. I just don't want him to think we're sad because the Rams left. No, they did it in a very sloppy way. Yeah. And and it's a it's a it's a financial situation, but more than that it's emotional and in a victory would benefit the city, not only financially, but would benefit the region emotionally. And I'm looking forward to that that could have just as big of an impact of motionless on the region as the money might have going into either the city coffers or in the in the organization that runs the dome and managers of the dome. That influx of cash could be extremely beneficial in the expansion that's being discussed. I mean, there's lots of ways this can be used. But most importantly from my perspective is the emotional component. Well, there it is Brad young hairstyle Fisher and young listen for you on overtime Thursday morning. That'll be fun. Thank you so much for coming on again to k Molex. My pleasure Ryan now we're just waiting for game five blues tomorrow night. See I got it up in the studio. We got Fox.

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National Football League, Jerry Jones And David Taffer discussed on John Hancock

John Hancock

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

National Football League, Jerry Jones And David Taffer discussed on John Hancock

"News. But do you know who the richest owner in the NFL is? And if you said Jerry Jones, he's doesn't even crack the top three. According to the newest billionaire numbers from Forbes. The richest owner in the National Football League owns a team called the Carolina Panthers. Name's David Taffer eleven point six billion dollars. He's ranked one hundred eighteenth richest person in the world. About that. Stan Kroenke the Rams eight point seven billion Stephen Ross of the dolphins rounds out the top threes where seven point six billion. So tapper is worth about three billion dollars more. Then the number two richest owner in the

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Stan Kroenke talked with CBS Tuesday, Jim hill request. We wanna play in these big games and have a chance, and you know, the really nice thing is a way to community in the city is treated a team treated, treat me organization. Really a wonderful gratifying experience crock. He says if the Rams play their best they'll beat the pats. If the patriots win the Super Bowl Most develop will be silent. But at least one local bar is going to be partying last October. The Boston Red Sox beat the Los Angeles Dodgers by the one they win the world. And now sunny mcclain's Irish pub in Santa Monica is ready to show its New England colors once more styling itself as so Cal patriots central atmosphere that we get with a you've witnessed it for the Red Sox is just the same. It's the same fantastic atmosphere. It's wonderful wonderful to honor. Grant Wood's tells can't actually welcomes fans of all stripes, including those cheering on the patriots opponent. I know if I were in gold and blue it wouldn't be my favorite place to want to go. You will be outnumbered. But again, if they want to come in there, quite welcome. And they should not feel like they're in danger of their lives or nothing. Silly. Like that the bar will be ready for the rush with extra bathrooms and even an awning for the overflow crowds. Looking to stay dry in the rain, Brian paying KNX ten seventy NewsRadio millions of dollars will be bet on the Super Bowl. And a lot of it will have nothing to do with the action on the Grenon. Yes. The prop bats they are weird and wacky. Yeah. There's so many of them. It's hard to keep track of them more than. Thousand different ways to bet from the color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning coach how many times cameras focused on Tom. Brady's wife to how long Gladys Knight's rendition of the national anthem will be Todd Dewey sports betting columnist Las Vegas review journal says prop bets are huge the amount of money wagered on the game. It keeps increasing every year hundred and fifty eight million last year about half that estimated to be on the prophet, some more and more out of the profits. Almost get more money bet on the game itself. Here's one more for you. We'll Adam LeVine be wearing a hat when his group. Maroon five plays the halftime show when it comes to Super Bowl prop bets. There's almost nothing. You can't bet on Chris. Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio Super Bowl will make history for being the most green and sustainable ever in LA officials want people here to do their part border. Public works president Kevin James tells KNX people should recycle their pizza boxes as long as they are. Greasy and don't have food. Right now. The average household waste about fifteen hundred dollars per year on food that goes on Eaton and in California, we now had the good Samaritan law restaurants residences Hosa parties, you can donate food to food banks to nonprofits, and there's no liability for that. He says donating leftovers is much better than throwing the food out. James says you can also give the leftovers to guest if you don't wanna save them for yourself on Sunday for play by play coverage of Super Bowl fifty three from Los Angeles. Perspective tuned to ninety three point one, Jack FM, it's four forty four and still dealing with that Sigler in Griffith park on the northbound five past the one ten we'll have more on that. And other traffic problems coming up in one minute with estimate wherever you.

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Stan Kroenke talked with CBS Tuesday, Jim hill question, we wanna play in these big games and have a chance and the really nice thing is the way the. Community in the city is. Treated a team treated, treat me or organization. Been really a a wonderful gratifying experience crock. He says that the Rams play their best. They will beat the pats. Are you a pats ex-pat New England fans in southern California will have a place to gather for the super. It's sunny mcclain's Irish pub in Santa Monica Justice at celebrated the Red Sox World Series win over the dodgers three months ago is hoping for another New England championship. This Sunday, owner grant Wood's tells KNX he'll be running bringing extra bathrooms and stuff like that put in the parking lot just to accommodate a little bit of a few extra people this weekend. I'm actually going to bring a couple of warnings. And the sidewalk in case, we have a line outside of we do get any of these shows the promise, let's say you're a Rams fan looking to come in from the rain for football and a cold beer, I wanted to allow as I say where a neighborhood pub, and I believe that opens everybody, and I encourage other teams, I've always had the idea that if you had fifty percent of each team in the by you would have fifty percent of the crowd happy all the time. What's has the pump has been a gathering spot for Boston fan since long before he bought the place. Br. Ryan Payne KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Millions of dollars will be bet on the Super Bowl. And a lot of eleven nothing to do with the action on the gridiron. Yes. The prop bats they are weird and wacky. Yeah. There's so many of them. It's hard to keep track of them all more than a thousand different ways. From the color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning coach to how many times cameras focused on Tom. Brady's wife to how long Gladys Knight's rendition of the national anthem will be Todd Dewey sports betting columnist for the Las Vegas review journal says prop bets are huge the amount of money. Wagered on the game keeps increasing every year hundred and fifty eight million last year about half that estimated to be on the prophet, so more and more of the prophets almost get more money bet on them the game itself. Here's one more for you. We'll Adam LeVine be wearing a hat when his group. Maroon five plays the halftime show when it comes to Super Bowl prop bets. There's almost nothing. You can't bet on Chris. Edens KNX ten seventy news. Radio the Super Bowl will make history.

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"When owners go put competitive players on the field. That's the kind of stuff that makes fans mad. I don't trust owners. I don't trust. I don't trust any of JT. I don't trust the process. I want my team win and to win now. Benny to call good to hear from me again in the motor city. Detroit's going through a really tough time now 'cause the pistons have die hard basketball fans there. Matt Patricia comes over for the lions tries to turn the corner. I don't wanna say fell on his face. But it doesn't look like that is working out there. Anyway, the Detroit fans who love Michigan football and the letdown of Harbaugh not making it to the college football playoff. But I love Detroit. It's a big part of my DNA on sports talk radio. And yes, we're coming to you live from the Quicken Loans studios national mortgage lender. Quicken Loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently. Let's keep it going with Jolan Lansing Michigan. What's going on? Joel. Missy JT. Are we used to have you here? And then we lost here. But I was never lost. I I know how to my baby here. But it's good to hear from you tonight. Jaw loved Detroit. I love that region. Thanks for waiting on hold. What he got? Okay. The whole big flap about this thing. Homerun kind of old news 'cause you're old enough to remember when Warren Sapp was in Tampere rolled out the plantation. Yeah. The old white man runner plantation, and he's got the same blowback because it was just where he was a higher speed. In the NFL, and people should bless your hardly slavery. Metaphor saying tomorrow. He should be card. Yup. Tomorrow. He could be sold to another team. So it's just a matter for I don't think it's that big a deal. Yeah. I don't agree with you. I appreciate it. I I think it is a big deal when anyone uses certain terms and words out there. And again, I'm a white guy behind the microphone. So I am not going to hold and criticize an African American soon to be billionaire LeBron James for speaking his mind, but what I find I don't wanna use the word offensive. But what I find unique with what he did is he's calling NFL owners part of a slave mentality. When Robert Kraft is not like that. I think we would all agree tonight. Black white, whatever color. We are that if I said Robert Kraft who took time to go to Pittsburgh after the shooting at the synagogue and went out of his way to go do that and is making a donation and there's a good, man. I know the charity work. Did with his late wife, everything that Robert Kraft done Jerry Jones, Jerry Jones has done in that community. Of course, he's made billions of dollars. But he's also given back and hired so many people and given so many people jobs when you got a guy like LeBron James and another sport pointing to you, Jerry Jones or Robert Kraft or any of the owners out there. Stan Kroenke and using the term slave mentality. We all deserve an explanation. That's all I'm saying tonight. I can't figure out why LeBron did it. I'm trying to take the story. Like, I do on every radio show. Take the story in advance. It not lazy radio and go back. And just redo the story read you the story play the sound bite. I'm trying to wonder what went through LeBron James's mind when all those cameras were on the set of the barber shop, and they said action, and then LeBron's talking with girly and I t's ice cubes. They're and they're having this conversation, and he on the record said that because he had to know that he was going to be offending Robert Kraft and Jerry Jones, even if those owners don't admit it. That Tomba Gula who owns the Buffalo Bills who I've met. He's not that type of person the sport is based the NFL has a league a sport the owners own it. Okay. Because they're majority white owners they own the teams, they provide services and jobs. They pay the players they pay the staff they pay people at the stadium if they own the stadium. They're being criticized because certain players in other leagues don't like the fact that they can cut players. That's collectively bargained the NFL players if they don't like the fact that their contracts on guaranteed they can strike they can quit. They can revolt. They can get another job. I don't want to see him do it. And I wanna see freedom of speech, and I wanna hear athletes talk. I'm okay with capper. Knicks opinions I work, and I see marshawn Lynch and his issues and what he does in the community in Oakland. We're all not going to be on the same page, but the leading story right now at ESPN dot com. CBS sports dot com on Nightline. They talked about it. And they're talking about a tomorrow morning on the morning shows is why would LeBron James step out of his NBA world and criticize the NFL. And I think I have the answer. I think he did it for entertainment purposes, got a TV show. He's got a production. Company want to stir the pot, but he should be able to answer to it. There should be a press conference where someone should be able to say, no, no, no LeBron. I'd like you to elaborate on what you said. And which owners are you specifically talking about because I think the comments are pretty hard core. And it's something that Michael Jordan. Tiger woods. Tom brady. Drew brees. Go down the list of any athlete black or white wooden say about another sport. But I think LeBron's maturing and growing as a mogul. And he feels like he can say anything, and it'll get dumped in a move on. We'll be onto something the next day. I'm not holding it against them. I just like to know what he meant by. It Paul's and Cleveland tonight on CBS sports radio. Hello, paul. O j t the brick great to hear from you. Thank you, Paul happy holidays to you too as well. Thank you. I have to agree with you, wholeheartedly JT. You know, I'm a huge fan. Come around your age as well all about fifty fifty years old and. You know, I don't care for those types of comments that the he just made about the NFL. I think those are those are doing this on necessary. And I have to disagree with you. He's always always always an angle with LeBron. And I mean, don't get me wrong. I know it would be great to still have them here. And see our team win. We're back into the, you know, not a very good ball club to follow it watch. I mean, I still will. But you know, when when he was here. Everybody lives on his on his every word and everything, you know, a big story when LeBron talks, and you know, what he's a big guy. Let me jump in. Appreciate the call. And thanks for welcoming me back. Lebron has the right to say whatever he wants and what he went on to say on the show and the quotas. I'm so appreciative in our league of our Commissioner. Lebron said referring to Adam silver, quote, he doesn't mind us having a real feeling and to be able to express that it doesn't even matter if Adam agrees with what we're saying he at least wants to hear us out as long as we are doing it in a very educational non violent way, then he's absolutely okay with it. So what does that mean just read you that quote, it's directed at capper Nick in the NFL? We're Nick took a knee. The players protested that players like Eric read most likely are getting randomly drug tested. Lebron doesn't like the structure of the NFL how the owners control the players more with the ability to speak their mind act, a certain way, talk a certain way and have the contractual freedoms that they don't have in the NBA. You could be a bomb in the NBA and take an NBA owner for one hundred million bucks. You could sign a six year deal in the NBA and turn out to be a bomb. You lost all your skills? You're hanging on and your money's all guaranteed. The NFL doesn't work that way, the structure of the NFL is they pay you year-by-year. If you're really good. You get a signing bonus like Khalil Mack. Again. I keep. Going back to clear MAC Khalil Mack down a sixty million dollar signing bonus fixed million ninety million overall guaranteed. If Khalil Mack got cut tomorrow by the Chicago Bears. They can't go back and take that sixty million signing bonus the ninety million guaranteed. I don't think Khalil Mack complaining about the structure of NFL contracts because he's one of the elite players, so I'm all for freedom of speech. I love when athletes stay smart things. I love when they say controversial things because I'm a sports talk host, and it's good content. But all I've done tonight is bring you a story that you're gonna hear tomorrow on television or on radio. And I want you to think out loud. What's the agenda of LeBron James? Because I'm one of the few guys in all of radio that have pointed out for years that he has an agenda. He's a diva it's about him. He will affect a basketball team and do certain things for his own will he's a great teammate on the court. But if he if he's not your guy, he's gonna cut you if he's not your guy. He's going to get you fired. If you're the coach that's what he does. He has unlimited power in this league. And he flexed his muscles on HBO. I don't know when that was filmed do some homework on that. And find out when that HBO show was filmed and how quickly turned around because I'm surprised the story didn't get out quick enough. We got a lot more to get to in the final hour. I've already done three man. I feel like I can run a marathon. This is flying by thanks for making me feel at home. It's good to be here sitting in for Zach. You're listening to CBS sports radio. And we'll reset with the other NFL. L games coming up on Sunday. My number two does not look like a number two. I don't know what to call it. Is there? A number.

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I'll know what. Byron. Right. Right. Leterrier over him. So like he doesn't have money. He couldn't like STAN Kroenke the land and building his own Sadie. Mark davis. Got the got the state of Nevada by to to pay for the stadium and the land. And then he got what Bank was it? Be. I think it would be be eventually to finance everything. He's moving Vegas and doing all that for nothing. Right coming out of his pocket. Yeah. But he's like, Don King some bad only miracle, Don King, right? Just money. Money. Does like, you know, he's said, I, you know, I don't want to if they sue me. I don't want them to take the money that they're suing before and use it to pay legal bills to sue me more. But I consider taking their next year. Consider staying there next year, by the way, the option of playing each city is not too crazy considering this. I mean, it's crazy. It's ridiculous. It won't happen. We just don't keep saying Indian. But because the raiders are going to be one of the teams that the NFL nounce Wednesday will host an international game either Mexico City or London that's already one game. And then those seven cities, I just mentioned, let's do the Reiter tour six game road games based international games. Give london. Paid for that didn't work out of Mexico. See this year. Both of those and then have one game in each of those towns like a roadshow bowl game, kind of whatever. So let me ask you this question about the raiders. We had meantime here yesterday does a phenomenal job covering the NFL for us here at ESPN. And I asked her this question because I had a raider friend after I had an appearance around the horn, where I rip the raiders he said to me, call me, look, man, you know, he's trying to tear it down and he wants to build in his own image. He wants to be Bella check in that sense. And he's got the the the long term deal, and he can do that stuff. And I'm like, okay. But I don't think he's the do do that mean agrees with me. She doesn't think she thinks the process is fine. But she don't think he's the dude to do that. When you look at his history of drafting players and all the free agent signings that he had as a bus when he took over in Tampa. So how are we on Jon Gruden being the guy to rebuild the Lakers because he just fired Reggie McKenzie. You actually had the guy who drafted some good blaming the raiders you said, I'm sorry. The raiders don't miss that. Bad. Don't say. Yes. You know what? See I mean, I know John gruden's great coach he's wanted. He's won the Super Bowl. We know that. And I do realize that he is trying to tear it all down to build up in his image. I do understand that having said that do I think he will get it done. I just I just don't see it. I just I just don't see it in. I think like I said, I think it's a really good coach seems like a great person never met him. But I don't see him winning the Super Bowl with the raiders. I really don't the next five to ten years. I don't see it, and I know his contract as a ten year deal. So obviously he knows he's going to be there for a while. And he knows that he can obviously tear team down and try to rebuild it. And he's gonna have plenty of time to do that. But I just don't see it being the type of process where this team is going to be a great team in next year's. Mom among the raiders that that's you hope false. I don't either. But I don't see it either. Be if this was really his plan if he's like evil genius whose tanking in the NFL, which hasn't really been done in the NFL because doesn't really work with the roster that bay, but we've seen it now in baseball and basketball and it worked so colts will never admit it. Yeah. But the year Peyton Manning went down in the Andrew luck was available. They signed every bad quarterback in the history of the NFL. Okay. But you could do it for one year for one player triple but generally with a fifty three men roster. Yes, it doesn't you can't really do that. But like if that was really what he was doing. He should say..

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Solo. And how are you, sir? Good flying solo Michael will be back with me Monday. We're in for Charlie all week. All right. Be good to have my buddy back. Good stuff. And you know, what's interesting is he's in Mexico. He was going to go to the the chiefs game. Yeah. That that guy with the mustache, and the really bad hair owns that team out there done. Stan kroenke. Yeah. That guy he apparently heard that Michael was going to go. And that's it. LA coliseum. So they're going from a bad field in Mexico City to bed air quality. Yes. That is an that serious stuff. Yeah. It really is terrible. What's happening there? I interviewed an attorney from Los Angeles the other night the end. She's devastating when you're dealing with. Yeah. When you see the video from there, and it just everything is completely gone leveled, and it looks like in the burnt out cars along the side. It looks like Armageddon. It really does horrible horrible stuff. Okay. Let's talk first about the president. And he's been a little bit quiet here in the past few days. Some some nasty tweets along the way, but hasn't been out in public much, especially since the election what's going on up there. Well, I think they're in the midst of making some wholesale changes. And I think over the course of the next days or weeks, you're going to see probably a new chief of staff in the White House, certainly a new homeland security director, there may be some other folks that are moving on with their careers. And so there's probably a lot of that. Plus this was the week that the the president and his legal team assembled the answers to Bob molars interrogatory as part of the ongoing investigation, which I believe is probably in its final stage. Probably wrapping up by the time. You're talking to the president at this point. That would be an indication that that investigation is near the end. Yeah. It seems like it's heading that way. We talk about the president and the changing in his staff that's not really unusual for after two years. And after the first midterms there's often a shakeup in the White House after midterm election. There's been I think prior to the midterm election a lot more people movement with this president than we typically see. But the thing to keep in mind. Donald Trump is the first president ever that didn't have political or military experience ascending into the White House. And so it's been a different kind of presidency in that regard, the kind of presidency that many people wanted to see. And and so I think there's a certain amount of kind of feeling your way, and and trying to get the staff put together the way you like it. And I don't think he's there quite yet. But we'll see we'll see. What this latest round of swaps does. Yeah. Kind of start out with some of the people that may be recommended. Hey, you need this person to get you into the office to get things going and as he gets along. Now, he can bring in and he has been bringing in more of his type of people. Yeah. I think that's right. The new attorney general certainly fits that description. There was no secret that Jeff Sessions was not Donald trumps favorite member of the cabinet. He's gone now and a lot of controversy now with this new Winokur is because he's not going to get Senate confirmation. And there is a statute that allows him to serve for I think it's two hundred seventy days, and then at that time the presidency they're going to have to make impermanent or name, a new attorney general who will be subject to Senate confirmation. Let's talk about the house the Democrats taking over in January is Nancy Pelosi the next speaker. Yeah, I think so there were seventeen mostly New Democrats who had signed a letter saying they would not vote. For her. And there was a period where seventeen looked like that would be a sufficient number to keep her from sending to the speakership. But as the days have ticked on here. So many of these very close races all over the country have been going democrat. It's a much better election night was much better night for Democrats than we thought a week ago Tuesday, and they're going to be right at forty new members potentially which would make it a better than average midterm performance for them. The average is about twenty five twenty six seats was twenty nine election night getting close to forty now. And the Republicans did well in the Senate. But what as you get further away from the election? You look back at some of the demographics who voted for whom who change their votes for maybe Trump to a democrat. What is the message there for the two parties? Well, one of the things, you know, the so much I just poured over exit poll data from the mid terms. Of course, you know, everybody knows that Republicans were suffering the suburbs and married women which had been kind of a good constituency for Republicans historically took a decided turn for the Democrats. Young voters who didn't show up in record numbers by any means. But the ones that did show up or two to one voting democrat that potentially could spell long-term concerns for Republicans and one of the one of the subgroups that stood out to me, Brian. Asian americans. So Asian Americans are group that Republicans win more often than not in the usually it's a fifty fifty kind of situation in this election. Asian-americans went seventy one percent for the Democrats never see numbers like that. And it is a fairly rapidly growing demographic group in this country. So what does that tell you what the Republicans need to do? Well, I don't think it's sufficient to rely on an aging rural electoral base at certainly certainly worked in two thousand sixteen but the long term effectiveness of that is just not there. You're gonna have to appeal to minorities you're going to have to appeal to suburban women if you're going to expect to win national elections. Let's go to Missouri where Josh Holly won his race with Claire mccaskill that opens up the attorney general post and Eric Schmidt is the new attorney general in Missouri. Your thoughts. Yeah. Really good choice. So. Oh, Eric Schmidt was elected treasurer in two thousand sixteen and been a lot of it's almost like a game of musical chairs going on in Jeff city. So governor Greg Jones resigns Lieutenant governor parson becomes the governor. He then appoints a Lieutenant governor, then the attorney general gets elected to the Senate. So now, the treasury becomes the attorney general and the governor at some point in the next several days or weeks will pick as a replacement to be state treasurer's almost the entire statewide elected official bum will have changed within, you know, gosh, six months. I know that's okay with you because you're a Republican, and they're all Republicans. But if the shoe on the other foot, would you be okay with that? I mean, I know it's the rule. And so that's the way it's done. But is that a good way to do this? Well, it's the way the constitution sets out. And it's not as if he's taking democratic elected officials and replacing them with Republicans. I mean, these were all Republican elected officials. So it'd probably be. A little bit more problematic. If it were the reverse of that. But I mean, it's you know, you've got to fill those positions, and you have to fill them within the same party is that no that's not. Now, there's a vacancy. That's true across the country. So there's a lot of members of of one party where the governor of that state is another party, and and folks don't run for higher office because of that because they would they would open up that seat in the governor would appoint the other party. Very interesting. John Hancock, we won't tell Michael Kelly. How much fun we've had the last two weeks back next week. Yeah. We want him back and I'm looking forward to having a back. All right, Geno. He's got to talk with you coming up next. The news on total for..

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Durant is always trying to prove to you. And prove to me improve to drain on improved at Twitter and proved the media. It's my team. I got power here. There's an old saying the greatest sign of power is you never have to use it. Tony soprano walked in a room. It was understood Roger Goodell. Jerry Jones, STAN Kroenke big people in sports, you know, they walk into rooms in Miami. In Dallas, you go to any city in the country, the guys with power don't have to flex its understood Steph curry never flexes here. We all know. He never tries to prove his team. It's understood he doesn't go on Twitter doesn't hold big press conferences, he recruited. Kevin durant? He was so secure with himself. This is Steph team and Golden State, and Kevin Durant has always been an imperfect fit. They wanna title without him. They beat him in the playoffs. They set a regular season seventy three win record without him. And they had a unanimous MVP, and it wasn't K D. It would be like being the best actor in the world of you're Kevin Durant. And you join a franchise that's already number one at the box office and was started by somebody else. And he's still in the movie to your great in the movie. The franchise is better with you. Don't get me wrong. You have made the franchise better. But dog they were number one of the box office without yet. And the guy who created it a lot of people like him more. Anyway, when you leave the room, they like him more than you. And they. You're kind of flaky and insecure, and they think he's secure in cool. And that's what we got. Here this dream on. Kevin Durant dust up. You don't see this with staff ever noticed that clan staff? No dust up Kerr Bob Meyer drama, nobody messes with Steph. He changed the league. This is his team look around the NBA. The great teams become the personality of their superstar. Magic. Those Lakers were called Showtime. Magic fund smiles flashy. They became Magic Johnson. Tim Duncan's dynasty in San Antonio became him. Unselfish pass more take less the jazz and Karl Malone and John Stockton. It was workmanlike just like they're two stars. Michael Jordan's bulls, relentless just like, Mike and LeBron's teams. All of them. They're all smart, just like him. This Golden State warrior franchise embodies all of Steph Curry's traits their free flowing. They're fun. They're clever their finessed, their low tension, high performance, and they're a little streaky. If they embodied Kevin Durant's. Primary personality. They would be insecure agitated and kind of flaky. Let me shift gears to this. So it was announced yesterday officially came a bummer because I think I speak for everybody joined myself. I like watching great football players play. I like to see guys I don't like to see quarterback's hurt. I Think think we we would. would all agree with that. I like to see great players place. Elaine bell officially is not gonna play this year. And I like lady I'm Bill I had him on the show once he was awesome. He's a great player. He's just fun to watch. I'd rather see all the great players play. And I hate the fact that he gave up like fifty million bucks. But here's one thing lady in bell. And a lot of pro athletes don't think about and it's something I think about all the time. I'm going to throw this out to you. When you go work at a big corporation. They pay you a salary now, you probably don't consider that office. They gave you a salary. The insurance the 4._0._1._K if you work at a really good company like I do working with quality people driving do a stable environment. That's got good management and good co workers pay for my cell phone got three cafes right on campus. Now at FOX. If I was doing this myself, I wouldn't be able to what I have to pay for the guy that sets up my board and the extra producer and the extra graphic person and had paid for my own insurance and had have to start a set because I wouldn't have a four zero one. Just because your salary says this when you work at a really good place. There's a lot of additives that you may not count. But they matter I said for years don't chase money. Chase great bosses..

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Kevin Durant is always trying to prove to you improve to me improve to drain on improved at Twitter and proved the media. It's my team. I got power here. There's an old saying the greatest sign of power is you never have to use it. Tony soprano walked in a room. It was understood Roger Goodell. Jerry Jones, STAN Kroenke big people in sports, you know, they walk into rooms in Miami. In Dallas, you go to any city in the country, the guys with power don't have to flex its understood Steph curry never flexes here. We all know. He never tries to prove his team. It's understood he doesn't go on Twitter doesn't whole big press conferences, he recruited. Kevin durant? He was so secure with himself. This is Steph team and Golden State, and Kevin Durant has always been an imperfect fit. They wanna title without him. They beat him in the playoffs. They set a regular season seventy three win record without him. And they had a unanimous MVP, and it wasn't K D. It would be like being the best actor in the world of you're Kevin Durant. And you join franchise that's already number one at the box office and was started by somebody else. And he's still in the movie to oh, you're great in the movie. The franchise is better with you. Don't get me wrong. You have made the franchise better. But dog they were number one of the box office without yet. And the guy who created it. A lot of people like him more. Anyway, when you leave the room, they like him more than you. And they think you're kind of flaky and insecure, and they think he's secure in cool. And that's what we got. Here this dream on. Kevin Durant dust up. You don't see this with staff here notice that clan staff? No dust up Kerr Bob Meyer drama, nobody messes with staff he changed the league. This is his team. And I feel bad for Kevin Durant because there's always been an agitation with this team like when he came to the warriors sallow couldn't win without them. So even if he goes to the finals, and he's done this twice any wins. And he's the MVP. So what he has to prove the players around the league the stars around the league his owners or at he's constantly trying to preserve the agitation that just hangs over. Kevin durant? Lucarelli NBA the great teams become the personality of their superstar. Magic those Lakers called Showtime. Magic fund smiles flashy. They became Magic Johnson. Tim Duncan's dynasty in San Antonio became him. Unselfish pass more take less the jazz and Karl Malone and John Stockton. It was workmanlike just like their to stars. Michael Jordan's bulls run lint Lewis, just like, Mike and LeBron's teams. All of them. They're all smart, just like him. This Golden State warrior franchise embodies all of Steph Curry's traits their free flowing. They're fun. They're clever their finessed, their low tension, high performance, and they're a little streaky. If they embodied Kevin Durant's. Primary personality. They would be insecure agitated and kind of flaky. On and Kevin Durant. This is how dynasties die in the NBA in pro football. You lose some good assistance. Dies get hurt. Like Philadelphia you enter the season. The eagles aren't the same team. They were on crutches. But in the NBA, what starts to tear, the fabric basketball's always been about the individual. The entitled superstar. Starts to you know, ego little fight little brawl little this locker room little tension. The fabrics tearing. It's coming to an end may take awhile. But this was something bigger, in fact than most in the media understood two days ago, let me shift gears to this. So it was announced yesterday officially come a bummer because I think I speak for everybody joined myself. I like watching great football players play. I like to see guys I don't like to see quarterback's hurt. Think we would all agree with that? I like to see great players place a lady in bell officially is not gonna play this year. And I like lady I'm Bill I had him on the show once he was awesome. He's a great player. He's just fun to watch. I'd rather see all the great players play. And I hate the fact that he gave up like fifty million bucks. But here's one thing lay in bell. And a lot of pro athletes don't think about and it's something I think about all the time. I'm going to throw this out to you..

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Now, they beat Seattle didn't play great, but they beat Seattle on Sunday. And then because the following weeks game was going to be played in Mexico City, which is Alta toot about eight thousand they flew to Colorado to begin practicing. This week in altitude. They were going to Colorado Springs, which is a bout seven thousand feet above sea level and they had the day off on Tuesday. And they're going to have the day off on Wednesday, which they still are going to have. So they've got all of this situation. Then all of a sudden the game in Mexico gets moved back to the Coliseum all of the ticket people in the Rams organization, suddenly at the mobilize. They went not to their practice facility or the Coliseum. They couldn't go to their practice. Silly because it's still locked down because of the threat of of a fire. They go basically to another place to begin selling tickets and trying somehow some way, you know, on the top off the top of their head to sell seventy thousand seats for potentially the game of the year. We'll see how they do. But it's just been a very very strange few days for the Rams, I I'm gonna tell you to other things one. So STAN Kroenke, the owner of the Rams who often doesn't get many accolades because he's an owner. And because I think a lot of people in Saint Louis blame the team moving out of that market to STAN Kroenke, but whatever STAN Kroenke, basically began to realize what an incredible situation this team was in. And so, you know, he, obviously. Wanted to do the right thing for his for his team. He charted a pl- chartered a plane to take the families to Colorado and was just really understanding for what his team was going through sort of as people, but I called Andrew Whitworth on Tuesday night. He is basically the leader of this team. And he's the one who gave his paycheck last weekend to basically, the families that who knows how they were going to be able to use it. But he wanted to make sure that the families had the ability to help themselves through whatever he could give them. And so I asked him about what had been going on. And and how he felt about it. And I'm just gonna read you what he said. Okay. In a text message late Tuesday night. Just honestly, so grateful, STAN Kroenke and Rams management. I told my wife is they arrived here tonight in Colorado. I've never felt more a part of something and something special than this moment. We have an owner a staff that takes.

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"John seem again Lee how you Johnny see never better. You said that every time I'm I'm fighting gravity unresolved. I'm reconciled resolved and reconcile gravity. Everything's nice and tight right now, fantastic painting quite the word picture for our aradio. Let's roll. I know that you only know one speed Johnny seem beginning on. I know that and you are on the show, right? When you went over the pond, did what did you get to do? We just hung out. No children. You know, it's amazing. When you've got aides fry fly in the front of the plane on the way over so when you don't want on the plane. Did you take a left hung the left? You did hung the left turn. So you had about an eleven our vacation on the way over. She's the greatest it's amazing. How we missed our kids the minute we left them and and thought about them like every single minute, especially when it was just like, you know, what be right about. Now. We'd be doing x y and z with them. And all we have to do whatever the hell we wanna do. It was great glad we had a good trip. And it's just, you know, London was by the way, we tremendous job on that broadcast. Let's not bury the lead Mendes job. I it you saying thank you. But I'll tell you what I would be walking down the streets in in London. And it's a very large city there'd be like Jaguar fans and their zeal fans. It really was amazing is unbelievable Jags. There's four games next year. Yesterday already announced what they announced what they are. No. I seem to be there because the owner of the team shod con has I think some business interests there, including potentially the purchase of the stadium in which I just called the game. Okay. African to he s sort of STAN Kroenke, which is why the Rams have been there before it was the eagles first game ever on foreign soil. They'd never played one. When you came back. I don't know when your flight back was if it was in daylight, it was I ride daily. Who'd you believe flying over what is going to be the Rams facilities. Unbelievable. I know the the the sign of the whatever whoever puts the money into the on his form say say what we're talking about. This the sign on the stadium. They naming rights the stadium. They if they will put their logo directly on top of whatever anybody that flies in Los Angeles will know exactly piece of real estate. It is it's huge. It's huge. I'm sorry about your giants. I'm sorry about that. So we go from here. Great question. I don't know. I don't know. Because right now, you can't even bench. Eli. The kid who just almost ran over a cop trying disaster last year women, we've been if it was a that was a disaster. So well, the problem with that last year is number one was the coach did it. And number two is the guy they turned to it was is a guy who j- New York fans had a front row seat for his struggles as a jet quarterback. That was Brian tell you when we got out of the gate beating a good Detroit team who then goes on to beat New England in Detroit with all the shiny, new toys and everybody healthy. I thought we were off too. I thought we're going to be eight I thought that was a good indicator was I wrong. Yeah. Sorry. Even to say at that way. Hit it a little bit for your here rich pivot Johnny sue now with the playoff. Yes. Chris. And I were talking this before you talking about this before you do you give central Florida? And I know you're Michigan ought to be on the bubble. Okay. Do you give central Florida after being undefeated for you? Yes. Let's say they went out Michigan wins out, which they're going to. And so you have Alabama Clemson Notre Dame and. And again with one loss if Michigan LSU's gonna lose allow me allow me well allow me to do you placental extrapolate here as somebody who has pounded the table for an expanded playoff field. I'm..

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Yeah i mean so la is the perfect spot for him he gets to to be mentor a little bit withstand stan kroenke which he likes he obviously likes little hollywood with all the reality tv shows and ballers scripted tv show and the fact that you know he's he's philanthropic and a lot of philanthropy happens in this city so just to be able to watch him navigate the social circles away from phillipi fascinating is as well who does he choose to link up with who's he choose to be seen with i think you know we've been looking for a personality for this team yeah perhaps madonna could could be that personality yeah i'd also want him just to eat quarterback about that coming up next all the philanthropies nights just eat quarterbacks about that that to me is a little more born right now i think you can you know you can do both you don't have just shut up and dribble no i don't want it shut up but i just wanted to eat quarterback essentially the same thing you know that right oh will you stop it is i'm just joking always got to go there if you haven't learned on vacation you will see my face right now smelly but eat cornerback i'm on the grind spit them out throw a pinkie toe and flink flicking at us that sounds real nasty that's what i want for my defensive lineman all right coming up next we will get back into the lakers scenario and you know what i want to talk i want to get onto the warriors with u z because i feel like i don't know if you guys talked about this yesterday but there's a real thing here now with the warriors it we'll touch on and just a moment is so much better than the national anthem she sang.

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"But suing or threatening to sue another owner uh is usually go crossing a park line so um and also it should be noted that jerry jones higher david boys a very wellknown lawyer who was involved in the al gore george bush decision and in two thousand um to handle that uh threats and that david boys it actually represented the nfl so he didn't hire just anywhere he hired a very profound highprofile one um david boys also represented harvey weinstein uh in uh prior to his arrest there or and um so in any event uh th it was a very bold move by jerry jones and i think the other owners uh i think there's a a good number of them were quite upset about it does jerry jones had any allies right now among nfl owners in his so who in recent years uh some of his strongest owners like uh particularly widen the relocation issues came up stan kroenke of the la rams um uh thai terry grew of the buffalo bills dan snyder the washington redskins says those owners have been closely aligned with him over over the years on various issues i don't know where they stand on uh this particular issue uh they may have also uh tried to step aside from it it's uh it's it's generally a genteel club i mean the owners tend to get along on most things they do have their differences but uh suing another one is usually a bridge too far uh by having to ask those particular owners whether they support him as well i do know that back in that december meeting uh the overwhelming number of owners were upset uh by the actions that jerry took and uh and made it clear to him uh i don't have a specific number but i would say more than uh plenty more than half probably more than twothirds of them were upset about it jerry jones roger goodell the story continues owners in doing the reimbursement road our citing a ruled it's been on the books for about twenty years at if an owner participates and bring litigation against other owners they've got to reimburse them for the legal fees that are put out there earlier on spain fits with sarah spain and jason fed the nfl cannot get outs of its own way all we ask was that they.

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Of these clubs are greater than the players do you want that do you want that to continue happening or would you rather a go back to where clubs meant so much and players play their heart outs for the club's rather than for that individuals success i would i and i would love that don't get me wrong i would love that but i think now the clubs have gotten so much money i don't think he can go back to that i think the club is now a business the club is and what we imagine to be i think there's this fantasy that i want that we all want that the clubs are there to win championships by when clubs don't spend money was take for example liverpool not playing paying for defense arsenal not doing anything and transfer windows are other clubs um just those are few for example that affects the players he got to think about the club is a business they're just trying to jerry money stan kroenke for example i don't think he gives a fucking shit about arsenal in like them winning championships he just cures like oh top ford they're just making money so that that's my argument i would love that don't get me wrong all right so my counter counterpoint whatever trying to sound smart is who to these players play for at the end of the day do they pay for the business that or these clubs do they play for the owner that of this club do they play for the owner do they pay for the team for the fans that come out and support them do they care more about the money that they are being paid or the love of soccer the love of the fans so at the end of the day i think that yeah these players are losing track of what it really means to fucking care about a club go out and fight for every day like roy keane did american tonia did patrick vieira did where they fucking fought every single fucking day.

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Of it the last twenty years he's built the new stadium and all that patriot place suffered gone up there right now then you believe that the mayor of family in the ruining rooney families because their part of the old guard ownership in the legacy of the nfl and i think a lot of people within the legal look at them because you know they've been through a million things before and they never really overreact then i think there's arthur blank arthur blank as a guy that obviously founding home depot and build a new stadium down in atlanta are now part of compensation committee in is not backing down from jerry jones i think i'd he is starting to you know his influence is really starting to grow and then there's the governemnt stan kroenke who is basically taken a team from st louis and didn't really care about what the fans thought out there and move the team to la and is building a john norma stadium out there so i would think that those 5 guys probably have some of the most powerful influence over what's happening in the nfl i wonder jerry jones gives a call from one of those five guys or one of the powerful owners saint a year what are you off right i don't know if you order now let's go to kevin and broths kevin what's avin brother hey boom how you are i man was going on papal check it out last night i watched paths um 3432 on this it's the uh you know eighty seven strike the replacement players yeah yeah i wanted to ask you um you're wrong i always he's talking about it but they did guys on your human cross could you both kasane the rich in really yeah and a little bit as its dallas cowboys i think the redskins actually adam movie made of them the replacement saw yeah no there there were a couple of guys on my team that definitely cross you know lawrenceville across joe montana crossed amongst others think randy wang cross tony dorsett howdy gore said the guy that better than i backcourt when it was it.

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"stan kroenke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"stan kroenke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Talked to the ceo yesterday he said the rest of the locations they're figuring out what to do with the real estate what's next but the shrewsbury one already have a contract that's already got plan we don't know what what they're gonna do there but certainly got a lot of space it doesn't matter that's noted definitely makes it look pretty these kind kinda like watching a ballgame in cincinnati or a football game you know that or mizzou game the last half that palace that stand he's building for billions of dollars is going to look really nice when it's empty may i point in the olympics that just yesterday for unknown reasons the la times smacked stan kroenke basically saying you know we don't need you unique yes and then the new york times had an article that was highlighting arsenal fans showing their big signs that they loved their team and they hate stan kroenke and i thought wow to send one day a of stan kroenke hezoob now it's been going on for years he's the biggest loser owner a close to history of the teams that he owns they don't win they just don't do anything echo to colorado and ask them how they like him all of his teams it's all the same the they the fans get upset and they don't win in la they really don't care i mean they they will there are a lot of things to do and especially they've already missed the window of getting celebrities to go to the games so there's like there's no reason it's not cool to go see the rams the chargers about if you have u s c in ucla in your own backyard do you really need the rams or the chart knows you don't those two schools have a ton of history and its cool to go to gases especially usc ucla though draws very well the so the dodgers pack them into don't they have a largest capacity of any stadium and vase by doing one of the worst teams in the nba's lakers and they're still the numberone t manella makes you appreciate president dewitt and the.

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