18 Burst results for "Suzy Kolber"
"suzy kolber" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Aw aw you gotta cut the old jet. Was he doing ice age. Fraud way joe. Recruit though i mean hall of famer with more interceptions than touchdowns in your career broadway joe guy who tried to kiss. Suzy kolber on national television. Come on guay joe guy. Headline lamar jackson dies dan marino for best start by a quarterback in nfl history. Three thirty game with a twenty five at five record. My headline bill polian nailed it. Meanwhile patrick mahomes briggs. Dan marino's record for fastest quarterback the throw a hundred touchdowns raking damn marino by four gates. The goal by me by the way rough. We get for marina. Dan the man at one point so what was announced. He wanted these records broken. It's a dan. if you're still out there no oh fifty dollar fine omos dander you still out there. Terrible week after marina. He carol got a nice extension at the age of sixty nine. I only told you that. Because it's a funny said. Did mike and say this nice notre dame act like you been there before pittsburgh steelers. Congratulations on doing what you had to do. Of course mike tomlin new was going to happen all along. How bad is it for the bears. Their leading rusher in the first half of sunday's game was bark tvas mingo. I.
How 'Broadway Joe' redefined the NFL
"Com. Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen world with retro pod a show about the past rediscovered fifty years ago a few days before his team took the field as huge underdogs in the super bowl. New York jets quarterback Joe Nemeth known and then and forever as Broadway. Joe arrived at a Miami Hotel in a Turquoise Cadillac Nemeth known to sometimes show Eh Games. Still drunk from the previous evening's activities. was there to accept an award. The quarterback sat on the dais next to his companion for the evening. Mr Johnnie Walker wrote Mark Kriegel in his two thousand five biography when it was his turn to speak Namus said I'd like to personally thank all the single girls in New York for their contribution. This was pure Broadway Joe tipsy free willing amorous and so was the cockiness that emerged from his whiskey. Soft lips later the jets will win in Sunday and said `I garin teeth. I the colts win by a large score. Today I'm GonNa say Baltimore Colts by a score of thirty five to ten. I think New York to win forty one thirty one. Nemo's prediction wasn't just hockey. It was really New York over forty one called the his opponent. The the Baltimore Colts were seventeen point favorites nameless knees were beat up. The colts have the second most potent offense in football in the best defense. Some were predicting a blowout. They said that it couldn't be done. But it has been near. The Third Super Bowl could gets one sixteen to seven was named most valuable player. Performance wasn't all that stellar. He didn't even throw a touchdown. But in critical wrote the moment itself took Namus fame and pro football's popularity to different planet in fame's pecking checking order. Nemeth suddenly outrank Sinatra. The biographer wrote. Actually at that moment he outranked just about everybody who wasn't a beetle doc attendance around the NFL Sword Soda TV or ship particularly with the launch of Monday night football the following season. The League made sure that Nemeth in the jets played in that inaugural game he's going NBA. Joe Name. After George Sauer for the touchdown everyone wanted a piece of Nemeth especially reporters profiles of Nemeth for the nineteen seventies equivalent of Click Bait legendary columnist. Jimmy Breslin wrote a famous story about Nemeth For New York magazine entitled Nemeth All night long in it. He compared the quarterback hanging out at a bar to Babe Ruth hanging out at a bar. I saw ruth once when he came off the golf course and walked into the bar at the Old Bailey side course in queens president wrote in one shot. He swallowed the mixing Xing Glass Ice Chunks. And everything else. He slapped the mixing glass down instead. Give me another one of these things kid. The place went went nuts. It is the same thing when you stand at the bar with Joe Namath. Life went on like this for awhile not surprisingly Nemeth endured his fair share of busted relationships drunk driving charges bad business. The steals fading playing ability in then of course fading fame drinking was the biggest problem. Nemeth was an alcoholic alcoholic. He settled down in Nineteen eighty-four marrying Deborah. mays woman he met at a voice class with her insistence. Nemeth was able to quit drinking a few years later but after they divorced in two thousand Nemeth began heavily drinking again leading to one of the ugliest and most embarrassing moments of his life during a jets game in two thousand three Nemeth wearing his old number and obviously heavily intoxicated intoxicated was interviewed on the sideline by ESPN reporter. Suzy Kolber he answered one of her questions in a truly shocking way. What does it mean to you at now? Team is struggling kiss. I couldn't care less about the teams throttling Nemeth apologized and entered Rehab. Namus is seventy five years old. It's easier for him to look back now on that improbable win and understand and just how much it changed his life and sports forever. I think about it now. He recently told the New York Daily News. But at the time time I
"suzy kolber" Discussed on NFL Live
"Damian what he and Mike Tannenbaum. I'm Suzy Kolber. Let's get right to it the nuts and bolts of this mega Michael Thomas deal the state side their star wide receiver to a five year one hundred million dollar extension through twenty twenty four the deal contained sixty one million guarantee it makes Thomas I believe the highest paid wideout twenty million per year a new money he has now the highest paid non quarterback offensive player in N._F._l.. History with the extension Thomas Passes Odell Beckham Junior as the highest paid wide receiver. He is also the first non T._v.. Offensive Player to get paid twenty million dollars per year for more on how the.
"suzy kolber" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Have to go to sleep until two or three in the morning. It'd be able to get a good night sleep and still get to work ahead of time. So yeah, it was a different schedule. I usually went home after the afternoon practice, and did my football homework, then and was able to go out in the thing and spend a lot of hours out individual city. Joe you you win the championship? You become not only a national celebrity bit an international celebrity ultimately your career ends in the late seventies. You you go into TV act to Monday night football, and I'm speeding through this. Because I it's an amazing journey. But at some point things began to turn you got married, but you found yourself drinking a lot. Yeah. And it actually. Was brought up birth by my former white back in nineteen eighty eighty five early. Eighty six told me that he thought I had a drink in problem. She wanted me to reach out and get help. Well, I didn't think I had a drinking problem. And I thought I could stop first of all I went went to a psychologist psychiatrist kind of guy. And I mean, we we talked we met I did this on a few occasions weekly, and I found myself all right after leaving his opposite five in the afternoon stopping at a whiskey store and buying a pint of vodka on my way home. I I I didn't take my wife could now let here I was for spending acting feeling like, okay, I'll get some guidance some some help. But I I would I did. I mean, I I dated the alcohol, and so when she challenged me again, I told her I would stop, but I wasn't going to check in and get help. It it nearly terrified me to think that I couldn't do it that I couldn't stop. I was embarrassed that I needed help. And I couldn't see myself checking into rehab place. So what I did was I stopped drinking I stopped for thirteen and a half year. Didn't have a drink. What we learned what I learned in a is that described as the dry drunk, you know, without the education, you know. Okay. You stop for a while. But you don't know why you don't know how dangerous it is that the rest of the education. And then I was also taught that I found an excuse to go back to it. And to me, it was kind of a justified excuse, but it was just at any excuse when I look back on it. And that was going through a divorce. You know, what the heck I just do my hands up and. I quit. You know, just I just gave up so to speak and started drinking again. And then after I. He, hey, the very improperly, and it was brought to my attention. I was able to go get educated and on this day or that day back in two thousand three or so I have been Stover clean living better late. Hell I wouldn't be alive right now, buddy. If I had maintained to pay I was on. Joe you had to Nali face, but he had to face it in front of the whole world and not to spend much time on the the now famous infamous interview on Monday night football with Suzy kolber. But that's what brought it to ahead..
"suzy kolber" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Is in Tuscaloosa, and you are next. How you today, sir? I tell you these interviews are a near the top with some years, aren't they Paul? I thought the saving Nemeth one two punch was as good a beginning to the show. We've ever had it's up Keiko. We watch lost a lot. I know what's going back. But I want to say something about Nemeth if I could Paul absolutely anyway, somebody Oreta was come out next mission game. Religion feel Joel night with the plan. Boston patriots blade rather to me, and my brother and my cousins, gang and some cat run out and Millfield got football. They made a bad mistake, buddy. He got hit member where they got that football back, but a Broadway. Joey throwing that ball that bomb beds. Like, it's falling off the table. That's great all the greatest time wherever hey, don't you? There was a time. My dad would take me to we would get an exhibition game every year. I mean that was a big deal, but not now nobody wants to get caught near a preseason game because they are mostly a colossal waste of time. Greg is up next, Greg? Thanks for the call good afternoon. Good afternoon. Paul thanks for taking my call. I thought the Joel Namus interview was really a compelling when he talked about the what it took to finally get him to realize he had a problem in start turning his life around. And it's amazing. When you hear people do that any walk of life because oftentimes what we hear in a lot of people is the opposite. They never get to that point. And then they die at earlier age, and we miss out on their contributions life and their families, miss them. And I just thought it was nice that Joe was able to get help and continue on to be able to tell his story because. Would have been a different story twenty years ago. If he tried to write that book, then yeah, no, listen, I've been around Joe quasi times lately. Not this your today. But in in in the last few years, and it's it's fascinating to see him. Because he's he's still to me Greg the same guy that he was back then but to listen to him today bear, his soul and do it willingly. He did that to help people. I think I believe he has a new purpose to try to. And he didn't he didn't. He doesn't need the money. Didn't did do this book for the fame. I think he did it to let people know that even even Joe Namus fell down as far as anyone can go. Yeah. And I I agree. And I remember watching that broadcast when that incident with Suzy kolber, and it was just kind of surreal at the moment. And then to realize what was going on and. There. There was a documentary about him at come out somewhere around that same time. And in a realize that you know, whatever he was wrestling with he still hadn't been able to conquer it. And it's a day to day struggle that he acknowledged today that he has to live with. But now he's got help and support and he's on upward trajectory. And I just think it's inspirational when you know, people of anyone can tell their story and live to tell it. Thank you. Greg ready to appreciate it. Why Nita is up next one eight a good afternoon? Welcome to our sheriff cry. Good acne into you. I won't kill this been best poker? Mccue fe. Thank enjoyed hearing from coach saving and Joe Namus wonder if mealy was released in a hoax. I I hope so too. But it was good and I'm Albina fan and stay in roll tide. Bevy paul. Thank you so much nicer to call Mike enjoy. Joe you're on the Air Guard ahead, Mike. Okay. Paul. I was just wondering since I hadn't seen you show in a couple of days. Would you go on? What did you think about that situation then in Gainesville wear their top recruit from last year? The cornerback has entered the transfer portal before he didn't play the game. I think it's a terrible look Mike for the school..
"suzy kolber" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Just paulie sent me something that this series big banks series will conclude with an hour long finale consisting of two back-to-back episodes may sixteenth of twenty nine thousand. So they have a couple more months Ron with big Bank. They're the apple and before you feel bad for Jim Parsons, the good news is he's got that spinoff show. Young sheldon. Yeah. So he'll still be able to make ends meet and they got paid like one hundred million dollars. I think that's just the start, Dan. And then you have syndication. Yes. That's they actually said there's a story out there that the the stars of big bang theory are just beginning to get paid. And then you've had this kind of renewed interest in friends with the millennials. And I'm guessing that's been in syndication. You continue that in syndication, and I'm guessing that group is still getting paid handsomely. Yes, mclovin. I saw a headline there refusing to do a reunited episode, even though everyone wants him to would you do that? If you say, you're on friends, David Schwimmer. Would you wanna come? Back known. It's like when I had the opportunity to go back to US peon and do sportscenter maybe the six o'clock with Keith Olbermann. And I just said I can't be better than what I once was in people's minds because now people are going to tune in and go, okay. What's the big deal here or they're not as good as I remember like I just wanted that to stand on its own with what we did when we did it and how we did it instead of let's try to recreate that. And that's not a knock on Keith going back to do sports center because he wanted to go back and do sports center. I like what I'm doing here. And I didn't want to go down memory lane. And do something I'd done before. And that's why I chose not to entertain that idea. But I did appreciate the fact that he has pen was willing to say, hey, let's let bygones be bygones, we love to have you back in the building. You know, maybe doing the six o'clock sportscenter, and it didn't get very far in the exploratory talks. Yes. And I think that's where friends got the idea where they. They all held out together. We remember when you and keep an all the sportscenter anchors all held out for all that money. And you're like, we're not going back. I think Jennifer Aniston once said that's where we got that. I don't remember doing that. Larry Larry Beal with David Schwimmer who stir Herat, I don't I don't think that Linda Linda Cohn was Jennifer Aniston. But yeah. Yeah. Suzy kolber was Lisa Kudrow Nikon. Now. I I don't remember doing that. They would have just said oh you walked out. Okay. See you close the door on us. All righty one hundred thousand dollars for a ninety minute. Or is asking a lot. I know per episode all of us. Yeah. We all get one hundred thousand dollars per episode. Or we're walking..
"suzy kolber" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"Why is the biggest challenge that you face who I feel like the challenges of probably changed throughout the last eleven years since I've started out, but at first it was definitely being taken seriously. Right. Yeah. Why is that? Go ahead men were used to seeing a woman talking about sports on camera. They figured okay. Well, you didn't play the game. How could you possibly know it as well as someone who did play the game? But then there's a lot of men who never played the game. True comment on that. Right. But you think that's changed? I think it's changed quite a bit. Because you see more and more women on the sidelines for more women in the booth. Yeah. Big time. Who's a who? Always. She calls NFL games. All the time. Danjus she's up in the I can't realize nothing of what is she calls. College names. Like big time games now, even bother me. But yeah, no more and more females in the booth and because you've always seen like Erin Andrews ham, Oliver they've always had sideline reporters and everything like that. It's cool to see how far women have made it in the industry, especially like in the booth and that kind of stuff because that's something that I never grew up with. I mean, I'm not gonna lie. My grandfather was not by any means like a racist, chauvinistic or anything like that. But she'd even he was thrown off the first time, you heard a woman commentating got us. Why a woman commentator? I was just like laugh. But that that makes you want to work harder. When you hear my brother was always the type that would say, oh, she looks cute. And then he would me at the TV. So that keeping back of my mind. I was like, okay. You know, what I got to work hard enough to where men don't wanna meet the media. Yeah. Look up to Suzy kolber has always been one of my favorite. She's so knowledgeable about the game. Trick loves her. Proposes to all time. Joe name. Oh, really? Oh my gosh. Yes. I'm never forget. That all my gosh. There. He was like hammered drunk, really fine. And she was interviewing him, and he's like, I wanna kiss you. Funny. I wanted to know because I read your article the really recent the one in Newsweek, okay, and it focus big part on. Yeah. He's semi all like damn like, I I mean, I had my questions but his role. Be prepared. The interview question that you got asked the you talked about in the Newsweek article, can you kinda just go over that a little bit just basically tell me 'cause I wanna know. Like from the time. The question was asked. What was the question? The question was. So it was give you the setting you're in an interview with NFL network. This is the second time I had interviewed with them. The first time I always before..
"suzy kolber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Not good. And they. God that again, it's easy cover. How many times do you think Suzy kolber gets asked about that every day of her life? I'm just thinking I would ask her how how the hell did you keep like I did ask you did? She was I covered a Super Bowl and she was just hanging out by yourself. And I asked her that. And you're trying to be fine. I've always wanted to ask you this. How did you handle that? So well, you know, he's really give an explanation other than just, you know, you do what you do probably been asked at a thousand times. I wanted to punch me in the face like most women do, but that's. She's amazing. I couldn't have done it. All right. Pat, McAfee former colts punter now, a he's not a medium every just he does a bunch of stuff does. He's a media member. He doesn't morning show outstanding. Anyway. Oh. He would do he's off season as a punter of the colts. Yeah. Any offseason? He would do stand up comedy. He's good. He's funnier than hell. He's good. So anyway, they let them do. Packers lions I wanna play this. But while you're listening to this because you know, you have all the guys, and they're trying they're professionals is there, you know? Look, I love that. All right. But I think there's different styles for everybody. And everybody's trying to kind of figure out. Well, how can you get the younger demographic to listen to watch or to stay longer? Look. I'm just saying personality guys like this. It's not for everybody. But I think a lot of people would be a lot of people might like this area..
"suzy kolber" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"UI manning inspect years being veteran quarterback in the NFL crafting very carefully worded answers by that. But for him in the guys in the locker room, this has to feel great for that group of people who has heard comments about their effort overall the coaching staff. And Pat Shurmur if he's the right guy for the job ally. Manning the face of that franchise for the better part of the last decade now being questioned not only about his future with the team. But what he can still offer you now and last night, we got a glimpse of that. Now, it wasn't perfect by any stretch of the imagination nineteen of thirty one for one hundred and eighty eight yards but three touchdowns for you lie manning last night, including a pair to Odell Beckham junior. And then had been the conversation going into the game. The giants managed to rack up a lot of yards and just not a lot of points at this point and managed to change that and do it in a timely fashion, but sitting there 'cause I come in this morning and Allie who produces the show is a giants fan, and I'm a fan of sport. And watching that ending in a game where I can't believe I watched the entire game between the Niners giants band. Is that say a lot more about me than it? Does about anyone on that field. But I watched the end of that game. And I watched that final drive that was littered with penalties. And really a lackluster game winning drive of sorts. But it still felt good knowing everything that we've been saying about you lied to look, right? You know, what that old line actually held up a little bit and protection last night. And we got to see Eli go down there and get them a win again in a way that mattered. And then I remembered it's against the Nick Mullins lead forty Niners that are all of two and eight right now. And I thought man, we're the slowest person were, you know, not the slowest person out running the bear at this point. And then I thought about all right? What does this mean for this team going forward? Because right now maxing out this team's potential, which we can hear Oto Beckham junior giants wide receiver talked about with the crew after Steve Young Suzy kolber. Louis Riddick about getting the most out of this team's potential nights. Like tonight..
"suzy kolber" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Adam Schefter on NFL live with Suzy kolber. We'll show you the two situations are obviously tied together. And right now James Connor is officially in the NFL's concussion protocol, which means have to pass tests from independent neurologist before he can come back and play if he can come back and play in Pittsburgh next game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Now. Fortunately for Connor and the Steelers they have the extra three days off this week. We'll see whether he can get through their protocol or not in the interim, we wait and see on levian bell. He. It has to be in by Tuesday, four o'clock eastern or he is ineligible to play for the remainder of the year. No matter what he does. Whether he reports or dozen report does not affect his free agent status. He is still scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent after the season. Now, the Pittsburgh Steelers would use their franchise tag on them. The costs would be too prohibitive. But the Steelers could use their transition tag on him. And then have the right to match any offer sheet he signs with another team. Now would Pittsburgh keep him around at that salary. Maybe maybe not. But certainly, maybe they can even look to trade him. Once he signs that offer sheet that would be an option available to the Pittsburgh Steelers organization. But again Bill hasn't till Tuesday, four o'clock to be able to report maybe I bell is back in Pittsburgh. But no indication that he's visited the Steelers facility team owner art, Rooney two seconds thoughts. Followed by ESPN NFL analyst Darren Woodson. I don't know what his plans are. But I would say that at this point. We we expect them to come back next week. Now, we know he's back in Pittsburgh. And so we we're hoping to have some communications with them over the weekend. And we're kind of expected this this he'll be back next week. Great to have three times Super Bowl champ Darren Woodson back with us art. I'm putting you in the Steelers locker room, you are a leader. Yes. If and when bell comes back into the locker room, what would you say to him? I'm welcome with open arms because the goal is to win a championship and kept. But one thing about the.
"suzy kolber" Discussed on NFL Live
"Still not. Nine months since the Minnesota Merrill, San fraternity US Bank stadium. Sean Payton insists the revenge back. There is so overrated we're gonna get into this game and all the week eight action with Dan Brasi on. Oh pinch hitting. We appreciate you be here. Brian rose. Daddy, Bruschi I'm Suzy kolber teddy. What's today the day before the day before as we know? Let's go. Yes. So here we go with saints at Vikings. Drew Brees has the most passing touchdowns attempts and the highest completion percentage of any QB with no interceptions through his team's first six games of season in the Super Bowl era for he'll be facing the top team independent efficiency on the road for the second straight week after the heat. The ravens last week. The Vikings defense also ranked second PI and I in third down percentage pan the saints defense, stop Adam peeling, his sixty seven catches are the most in a team I seven games of a season in NFL history. And he's had at least. Hundred yards. Going to be a distraction getting asked about it all another game. Gang gang. Everyone's been saying it's the game. But. Anything about this week is going to be a big deal throughout the week of last year's game. And this that I'm pretty serious probably going to be some type of TV special some type of rerun the game or something like mixed with all type of high. I mean, but you know, like like I was saying this new season, you know, new team. This is not a revenge game. There's always. Different season. These are new teams, you know, even though there's a lot of similar personnel to new seasons. New teams new mindset, you know. So listen, it's it's a very good opponent plan on Sunday night football at their place. Well, the saints might not say, but biking's think they're gonna show with a chip on their shoulder..
"suzy kolber" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Yes you know and he's sort of think of jokes and and you know it was right around the time blogs but you know was sort of often ryan such doesn't six and it was like it was the it was you know it was really the first time you could still publish and so it was cooled that there was a place where you could just dump your your material in my case that i that i wouldn't have been able to perform all that capably but i could i could form it into joe essays and stuff like that and and and i was also coming here deadspin at the time and back back in those days the comments would link to your blog like you click on my name when i made a funny comment right you know who that crazy a rod doing crazy thing you know take you to my directly to my side doesn't do that anymore and then like i would make friends in the comments which sounds so sad but that's how i that that offered and then we started kissing suzy kolber and then committed a populist on its own and then i got a column at deadspin and then just things just snowballed from there yeah so i remember those days i was working at fox sports net in la was my first real sports job i had been like a pr intern at a sports production company in chicago briefly before i moved out west and i was working at fox sports net and had decided instead of doing straight comedy and an improv i was going to try to combine my love of entertainment and comedy with sports so i got this up job and i was just trying to get as much content digest as much content as possible and i became stupor into kissing suzy kolber deadspin and all those sites but the thing i notice most about them was that part of being a sports writer on the internet was appealing to what you believe to be the sort of lowest common denominator of sports fans so it meant that like along with every sports joke and story was just tons of boobs right like that was that was how you drew people in was here here's the boobs of someone that's dating someone in sports or someone that's completely unrelated to sports.
"suzy kolber" Discussed on First Take
"Of the first round late last night was twenty sixteen heisman trophy winner lamar jackson we'll have to baltimore doing joe paco and they're of course those qb's reflecting the top ten to first time that's happened in the common draft era and every quarterback not ear the site baker mayfield was selected as the result of a team trading up to get him now let's get back to i take tony thanks quick recap here mayfield is brown darnold allan bill rosen cardinal jackson a raven i just want to mention quick max i thought suzy kolber did a phenomenal job with the interview with josh allen after he was drafted as well obviously she's always a pro was a pro yeah for sure did the quarterbacks land where they were supposed to just about exactly with one exception and even then it's understandable baker mayfield to the browns i love because i think he's the most ready to play if you listen to lincoln riley he was talking about when asked he had more responsibility in that air raid offense than quarterbacks do most quarterbacks do in the nfl i think baker mayfield is much more ready to play actually than any of the others if you change the offense for him and one of the browns have to lose so i love the fact that that that that this was a brave kind of draft and so far you can apply courage to nfl front offices because team said that's the guy we've identified them we don't care about draft value we wanna make sure we get him and they took him with the first pick i think it works darnold to the jets.
"suzy kolber" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"New quarterback of the buffalo bills with suzy kolber after being taken by the bills with the seventh pick in the two thousand eighteen nfl draft mo egger mike golic junior first and last on espn radio and the espn app does he have some explaining to do i was fourteen or fifteen look i don't i don't wanna diminish or undermine the severity of what josh allen was was tweeting when when he was in high school language can't use it's regrettable it's awful it's hurtful can't do it and there's a lesson there if you're a teenager dude you're going to tweet things like that they could come back to haunt you later in life so keep that in mind lessons for high school kids maybe college kids athletes look we re comb through your old tweets and actually i think it was an nfl team that wanna josh allen combing through his all tweets but they're there but the overall explanation doesn't have to go beyond yeah i was fifteen and i can't imagine i'm forty i can't imagine what would happen to me if if the things i did as a teenager were documented the things that i said language i used i can't imagine how that would come back to haunt me today thankfully there was no twitter thankfully to the best of my knowledge my behavior as a fifteen year old kid was not that well documented so there's no carbon there's no carbon imprint if you will so you know i think a lot of us would be in the the exact same boat.
"suzy kolber" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"New quarterback of the buffalo bills with suzy kolber after being taken by the bills with the seventh pick in the two thousand eighteen nfl draft moega for mike golic junior first and last on espn radio and the espn app does he have some explaining to do i was fourteen or i was fifteen look i don't i don't wanna diminish or undermine the severity of what josh allen was was tweeting when when he was in high school why would you can't use it's regrettable it's awful it's hurtful can't do it and there's a lesson there if you're a teenager dude you're going to tweet things like that they could come back to haunt you later in life so keep that in mind lessons for you know high school kids maybe college kids athletes look we re comb through your old tweets and actually i think it was an nfl team that want to josh allen combing through his tweets but there there but the overall explanation doesn't have to go beyond yeah i was fifteen and i can't imagine i'm forty i can't imagine what would happen to me if if the things i did as a teenager were documented the things that i said language i used i can't imagine how that would come back to haunt me today thankfully there was no twitter thankfully to the best of my knowledge my behavior is a fifteen year old kid was not that well documented so there's no carbon there's no carbon imprint if you will so you know i think a lot of us would be in the the exact same boat.
"suzy kolber" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"With the seven picked alan was under intense scrutiny after tweets he sent out two thousand twelve or two thousand thirteen contained racial slurs according to a yahoo sports report the cardinals moving up to number ten the big ucla's josh rosen who spoke with suzy kolber afterwards the cards traded up for you how would you describe the emotion when that call finally came motivated more motivated than other than my life and i just want to get behind windsor wolves motivated the word very motivated now you learned that the draft processes like on gauntlet how'd you analyze all the scrutiny i don't care i just want to put the ball i mean it's unbelievable experience met a lot of amazing people all around the country now i'm just excited to get to work this marks the first time in the common draft era the four quarterbacks will take him in the top ten seven total trades in the first round lamar jackson one of them selected by the ravens with the final in that first round other notables include the giants taking sick one barkley at number two bradley chubb goes to the broncos at number five nba playoffs box forcing game seven with the celtics after taking down boston ninety seven eighty six the final aaron judge in the yankees space mike trout any angels tomorrow at eight thirty eastern it sunday at seven eastern on espn radio presented by barbas razors and firestone i first and last on espn radio and on the espn app.
"suzy kolber" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The will have a much stronger ability hold the ball he's a great kid he's a you know he's going to be great for our culture and you know like i said he i mean he he is the unanimous best player in the draft we had such a strong conviction on saquon that i mean i i was talking to people not a lot be honest but i was talking with people but i wouldn't i mean we we all had such a conviction on this kid that at the end of the day very frankly today excuse me baker mayfield goes the only reason that pick was in you know nine fifty eight was because we had to wait until the five minute mac otherwise it would have been so just with one quarterback off the board by the third overall pick the new york jets were in a prime position to grab their signal caller of the future rivet third pick in the two thousand eighteen nfl draft the new york jets lacked sam darnold quarterback usa you'll recall mark sanchez a former se signal callers selected by the jets in the first round they go with darnell number three overall many had him as the top quarterback in this draft and he falls to three the jets have just one signal caller under contract for twenty sixteen or that's christian hackenberg through twenty one thousand nine hundred i should say josh mccown teddy bridgewater bryce petty also on that roster but a thirty eight total qbr for that tree over the last two seasons darnold had twenty two turnovers a season ago at as c but comes off a campaign in which he played with a team that had lesser talent than twenty sixteen when he was stellar he spoke with our suzy kolber on being selected to play a new york you admitted that you have vivid dreams about what this night would be like how's the reality lived up to the expectations i'll tell you that i mean there's nothing better than me on the stage great jets fans over there so i'm excited to be part of the part of the franchise organization josh mccown is a fine veteran starter there in new york.
"suzy kolber" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Our suzy kolber on being selected at that spot josh the parts traded up for you how would you describe the emotion when that call finally a motivated more motivated than ever in my life and i just wanna get motivated the word very motivated you know you learned that the draft processes like gauntlet how would you analyze all the scrutiny i don't care i just want to put some pads on a surplus ball i mean it's been an unbelievable experience met a lot of amazing people smaller and the country now six hundred to get to work you heard him talk about being motivated he felt like he was better than some of the signal callers selected ahead of him he was a little put off by going the fourth qb selected overall louis riddick todd mcshay on that topic does he have to walk that back now you know what this is one we say there's a reason why we picture we like you you can play football you can play football very high level in a way that really translate to success in the nfl but talk is cheap this isn't a talking man's league this is producing man's league so all that stuff you're talking about teams making you know making mistakes and you're ticked off nobody cares the re cares if you are just play just play at a high level protective football throw some touchdowns the a good teammate that's what i would say stop talking let's get to work now let's just get the work put go ahead todd does this indicate why maybe some teams didn't like him i don't think so i think i think with josh aaron rodgers is the perfect kind of relationship or comparison you wanna make and i think spending time with with aaron he he saw what whatever went through during his draft process and now he felt like he was sliding all he's got to do is channel at the right way bottom line is he's got to go into this place and he's got to earn respective is teammates i think as we said he is the most pro ready and he considered san bradford's lack of durability he could get an opportunity very soon his career to step.