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"toni pauline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Guest. He is a draft analyst for Pro football network. He's also the host of believe, and draft analysts on the believe podcast network. You've heard him before you follow his work. Cause he's terrific at it. He's Toni, Pauline. And he joins me now, Tony. Great to have you aboard. Thanks for having me back. All right. So let me ask Is there a football reason not involving Aaron Rodgers on why the Broncos did not draft Justin Fields. None that I could think of. I mean, obviously, you know, they thought that the corner was the better back. But, you know, I think I had Justin Fields going to them. My first round mark. I thought I knew they like Mac Jones. So I guess that they think that there's a realistic opportunity that they can. They can come away with Aaron Rodgers. I can't think of one was in the war, their war room, so I don't know that they had those guys so much higher rate than in the quarterback doesn't didn't make a lot of sense to me other than the fact that All the rumors we heard, and even the insiders we had in Denver felt like there was an ongoing dialogue between them between the Broncos and the Packers for Aaron Rodgers. Did you have you heard anything about the epilepsy and the medication that Justin Fields took not necessarily through the lens of how would it react at altitude, But His Slide kind of slide, I guess, um, didn't have anything to do with a medical issue. Do you think nothing at all about that? Okay, You know, the fact is Chicago Bears gave up a lot of draft capital to move up to get him. So you know, I had nine He went what? 10. You know, I think it would only be considered a slide for Justin Fields. It was after Pick 12. Okay. Fair enough. Toni Pauline, my guest pro football network believe in draft analyst Podcast my guest. So as you look at the Denver Broncos draft in its totality. Um, how did you feel about it? I thought it's pretty strong. I mean, really, from the first pick through the through the late rounds. I mean, they filled some needs. They got some depth. They prepared for the future, and I think really all along. Well, if they didn't take best player available, they got good value. I mean, you want the Williams was an excellent pick. Quinn Minors. I love that selection back. Browning was an excellent pick. You know, day to do more. Johnson had some off the field issues. Didn't work all out all that well, but he was a terrific pick Seth Williams of bigger receiver. Another terrific selection of Carrie Vincent was absolute steal in the seventh round. Um, how? Where did you have Gravante Williams on your draft board, as opposed to Travis at Tien and nausea Harris, basically where he went Number three. Adam is a top 15 picking around too. S o. I did not have him ahead of those guys. I had him in my number three back. That's exactly where he ended up. And what do you like of what do you like about him? And do you think that he profiles as a feature back for the Broncos? Or is he better fit? Kind of compliment? Melvin Gordon. Well, I don't think you take him is early because you did, uh, Because he's going to be a compliment. I think you may be preparing for the future because he can be a feature runner. I mean, he's a hammer. He's a guy who will grind it on the inside. Dishes out a lot of punishment. Two defenders. He's strong. He runs over opponents. But he's also got good short area quickness and it could make defenders Mr Bounce around piles. Um it grab your drafting on that high for him to be your eventual starter. Where do you think Barrett Browning? Profile's better as a outside linebacker, rushing the quarterback or playing inside in coverage. The position where he doesn't have to think of Rita react too much because he's great as well. He's a really good athlete. He's a forceful player up the field. Things get a little bit hazy, and he's a little bit slow to react. I would like him outside better and some death as a pass rusher. If they move him inside, where he's got to do a lot of reading and reacting You know, I hope it works out. But I have my concerns about that. Toni Pauline, my guest Pro football network. And as we look at the draft overall, you know, obviously we're not going to know for 234 years how this draft turned out, but in terms of the decisions that were made by some of the front office is Which front office do you think had the best set of decisions over the weekend? Absolutely loved with the Carolina Panthers did. Getting a big corner early in round one coming back within Ellis, you receiver top around to a developmental tackle, and Brady Christiansen in the third round. Potential number one tight end and Tommy tremble and that even later on the draft Abby on Nixon, a big defensive tackle in the fifth round, one of my favorite picks, shy Smith. And while six a guy that can let up in the slot, a guy that can do some punk returning for you, and then you have to factor in that they hope they got their quarterback of the future, and Sam Donald With that tray just just a couple of weeks before the draft, So I think overall, I love with Carolina Did. I think Minnesota got great value throughout the draft. They got the player they wanted. Christian Dara saw Moving down and then they got good players throughout guys that can start right away. And guys that have excellent potential is developmental prospect. Davis Mills. What were your thoughts on him coming into the draft? Was a guy that was getting a lot of buzz. He was a guy that I heard could go late first round. When I watched the month film, David Mills had all the physical skills to play the next level. It's got all the The arm strength, the size the stoutest the mobility to be a star in the NFL promise he hasn't been body of work. As I said, my scouting report on him at Pro football network. He's a little slow pulling the trigger time. It seems like he's a little bit hesitant. I think he fell because of that. He did not have a real great 20,020 season coming into the year before the Pac 12 delayed their season. I talked to scouts on the West Coast and they told me that David Mills had this season they thought he was capable of Would be a top 15 selection. That didn't happen..

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"toni pauline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In the supposedly goes through the teams that Rogers is interested in right, which I find a little bit interesting. It's like, really Do you want to go into a division in the last handful of years with what the Kansas City Chiefs are doing, and Patrick Mahomes? I find that a little bit interesting that nobody's talking about that. That isn't true. I said the other day like because I'm getting a little bit of pushback of how much it would cost the Denver Broncos to get Aaron Rodgers and I said, Can you afford not? To trade for him. If the other place he could end up his Vegas. I mean to me. Not only do I think that the Broncos air very interested, but you have to pay what it is. Worth because if he doesn't expand the list, and if the Packers air willing, they say, Why am Broncos Raiders? Whoever gives us the best offer? We're good with. They can't afford to go up against Herbert. My home's in Aaron Rodgers twice a year for the next at least three years, So it's like they have to be. Oh, I think that's a great point. Sometimes I've had an old businessman tell me sometimes it's not about Thing. Getting it for yourself, but it's keeping it from somebody else. And that's a very valid point at that. You know, you don't want to go to the Raiders. I mean, it. Don't be that the suicide trying to go up against my home's just four games a year. You know? Yeah, well, it's already bad enough that they're bringing. Ah, drew lock into the F C West battle on a year to year basis, but that's another topic altogether. I would encourage now I I very rarely tell my listeners to leave this radio station. But you know what? Rookie and I were under the same corporate umbrella. So it's all good. I've certainly made the bill and rookie experience part of my daily routine. Now to get the the the story right from Green Bay, you could catch it. Sports Radio, one of 75 and 1400, the fan in Green Bay rookie this was this was fun. I don't know for you because it's not quite as fun. I'm sure on your side of things right now, but I appreciate the time in the inside. And I look forward to when we get to talk again. Soon appreciation. I say two quick things before you let me have absolutely the time is yours. First thing is I was here. 16 years ago when we went through this with bread farm I can't believe it like yesterday. To be honest with you. I was here when they drafted Rogers and went through all this nonsense with far I can't believe 16 years later, I'm going through it again. And it just seems like yesterday and the secondly, Ryan, you would never know. The NFL draft was just past weekend in Green Bay. We have not broken down. We have not talked with. We have not talked to or about the draft. It's all been about Aaron Rodgers. It's crazy here in Green Bay. Yeah, I mean it not quite to the extent that it probably is up there, but it's much the same here because it's like, okay, Cool. Patrick Surtain. Can we trade him for Aaron Rodgers? Like that. That's the convert. That's the extent of the conversation. It's why didn't they draft Justin Fields? And then came Is it because Patrick Surtain would be in a deal for Aaron Rodgers? So Yeah, as much time as we spend. Combing through tape and scouting reports in mock drafts and it just it poof gone on Thursday afternoon, just like that, like all of it was relevant. It's crazy stuff. It certainly is, Man. You be well give my best to the folks up in Green Bay, and we'll talk again soon. Anytime, Ryan. Thanks for having me. Yeah. You bet. My pleasure Rookie from the bill in rookie experience on one of 75 and 1400 the fan in Green Bay. My guess we're actually going to talk about the draft. Coming up next because Toni Pauline of Pro football Network in the believe Podcast network is going to give you his thoughts on the Broncos and the winners and losers from this weekend's draft. Get.

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"toni pauline" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Of Ohio. What years Ah, 2005 was my last year so there when Ben Roberts Burger and Sean McVeigh were there? Better college basketball coach Charlie Coles or Keith Damn brought. Who I mean, I got to go with Charlie Cold because I went to Miami. He took him through a sweet 16 on 1999 with Wally World, So I'm going with Charlie. Better quote. Charlie Coles, Bill Belichick. You know? It depends. Yes, Bill. Bill, check the right question. He goes off, you know, just start spouting out information. But Charlie Coles was old and cranky, and he would just say whatever's on his mind. And I love that about him. Kentucky game after the Kentucky game was always the best. Follow him on Twitter at John Breach, John, we thank you very much for the time, buddy. Take care. Yep. Thanks, Sam. Again. John Breed, CBS Sports NFL writer. Pick six Podcast. I went to Akron. Keith Dambrot guy He's advocating right up, okay? Always get it wrong, and I always want to say to quiz me. I think it's too can in Pittsburgh. Fantastic, coach. Fantastic guy. Charlie Coles. Really fantastic guy. The late great Charlie Coles down. Was a guy who wore the turtleneck with the blazer. It's a hard look to pull off. Not every guy can do it. A lot of fat guys like to do it. Charlie Coles was in great shape. Charlie Cole scored 40 points a game before there was a three point line. That's how great of a basketball player Charlie Coles was. Just let you know that I have no faith in Jon Gruden as Have faith in who was the head coach. I have no faith in him. Is it as a guy who picks I think that he will get rid of Mike Mac. I saw what Toni, Pauline said. And we had Tony on. Two weeks ago. I saw what Toni Pauline said. And I saw what other people are saying. When you make a draft pick And immediately There's there are heads are about to roll after this draft. That's Gruden throwing people under the bus. That's Jon Gruden walking in making his decision, knowing that he basically has an iron clad contract that Mark Davis is not going to fire him. He's gonna make his decision. I actually agree with pro football commenter that Probably Jon Gruden just fell in love with Alex Leather Woods last name..

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"toni pauline" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Live Caller Texas now at 716803 Oh, 5, 50 or call toll free 18885 52 5 50 tweet us all the time at W gr. 50 Welcome back to one bills live Chris Brown Steve Tasker with you here on a Tuesday before the 2021 NFL draft, and that's obviously what we're talking about here. On the Twitter poll today. If the value is gone for the perceived positions of need for the bills, namely Edge rusher and cornerback. Boards cleaned out at those two spots by the time the Bills are on the clock at 30, What's your wild card? Pick you? Can you choose a position or if you have a specific player in mind? You could do that, too. What is your wild card pick for the pills at 30? In that scenario. 803 old 5 51 885 52 5 50 the number to get on board. We have open phone lines here right through until the third hour of the show when will be welcoming in Toni Pauline, NFL draft analyst. Will be joining us, then. Give us some of the low down on some of the rumors. He's hearing just 48 hours or so away from the start of the 2021 NFL draft, and we're gonna go to the phones first and jumping on board and leading us off today. Is Tom in Lackawanna. Tom. What do you have for us? You're on one bill's life. Weather balloon guys, a weather balloon. We're not even enough. Realm of Possibility. Yeah, I know. We're trying to change that open. Well, we'll stop talking about a blimp soon. Hopefully I'm hoping with a new draft and some new players. Maybe we get a new opener. Yeah, well, you know, you can start a letter writing campaign, if you want time will fully support it. What you got for us. Um, if those Ones are gone. I still think there might be a usable cornerback, depending I like Stokes, but That's reaching past the top five. So I would then go Wide receiver. Whether it be allies, you're more Off. Real hopeful maybe Tony would be there. Or, uh, What's the guy's name from Minnesota? Right hand or shot shot? Bateman Bateman. Worry, um Because Sanders is only for a year and be easily might fall into what happened to round this year if we need the money for Edmunds in and Alan Yeah, it's an astute point. I know it's not too early to build another wide receiver and Yeah, Yeah, I don't argue with that at all..

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"toni pauline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Yeah, let's talk a little Bronco. Little NFL. Yeah, well, I want to ask you about these reports out there you have Michael and bar. You, Toni Pauline. Both kind of put out the reports about Drew lock, saying that the Broncos were looking to move on that they were out on Drew lock Tony Pauline's even included some some kind of digs. It drew Lakme or less, saying that he's not very smart. And that you know, the Broncos had impaired down or in this case, dumb down the playbook in order for him to actually even look decent in it. So what did you make of those reports that came out and and have you gotten any sense from the organization that they feel this way about Drew lock? Well, I think they're just still looking to upgrade and if there's an opportunity to upgrade, I don't think they're in on every deal right, And I know that Ben's going at it with Philly insiders about the Carson Wentz deal. And I've certainly use that that term facetiously but incident, right? Yeah, they're not in on Carson Wentz at all. But that doesn't mean they're not talking to teams about other deals. And when you hear Mike Lombardi say that there was a deal, the sense I got talking to some people that I feel are pretty well informed. Is that it never got far enough for a deal to be Not only present but you know, rejected or team pulling away on one side or the other so there that there are conversations going on. None of those I believe were happening with the Texans. Yet, although when they do I get the sense that there's definitely people in the building that want to be all in for Sean Watson, and I think that is probably going toe. Cost somebody like Bradley job, but but I think it's gonna have to be the price you paid it to get you a franchise quarterback. 25 of the Broncos are gonna win that trade because I tell you differentiate yourself unless the Niners thrown Nick Bosa and the number 12 picking them and saying they will, But I'm saying, that's what When you have all these teams, they're picking lower than the Jets and And the Dolphins or even Carolina date right. Nine is the worst picked an eight so and maybe Teddy Bridgewater's going back at eight. But I'm just saying, if you want to differentiate yourself, you have to throw in probably your best young defensive player to get the deal done. If it gets that far, it may not, You know, I probably still bet that they figure out a way to keep him in Houston, but we'll see here our unfold. As for The dead's on lock. The one thing that I know about locking the offensive coach told me this after his rookie year when we had the whole Buzz Lightyear thing is that he's gonna have one of those bands on his arm for his entire career, because that's just the way he remembers things. He's a visual learner, and he needs that reminder. But I'm pretty sure Tom Brady's had won most of his career right and that's worked out well for I don't think that's an indictment. Just because everybody isn't Peyton Manning in terms of the computer they have in their brain at the line of scrimmage. As for them dumbing down the playbook. I think they just didn't get a smudge of it as they would have been able to with a full off season and And him getting to spend time with Pat Shurmur and Mike Shula every day, but I don't get the sense that anyone in that building things that Drew's Dominic can't handle all of the offense. Mike Lombardi put out the weird Thing about the Broncos being involved in a trade last week, my Bronco source said That was absolute nonsense. Have you heard otherwise? No, that just to kind of reiterate what I heard or what I just said was, Yeah, that it never got close enough to even be a trade that was on the table that Carson Wentz, they didn't even make an offer. Right. Carson wanted to make an offer any other quarterbacks there? There wasn't a deal that was rejected by either side that it didn't get far enough, right for whatever reason to be a deal that was almost done. Okay, Just just trying to clarify that with more sources. Yeah, I think we're no. I think we're on the on the same page. They're done me. They're not talking to people. I do think George Martin's on the phone and apparently glued to the phone fairly under the floor. You know very early, right? It's a very heavily We know that way. Saw that video s O. I mean, this is the thing and Ben and I were sort of working through this earlier. There's a difference between being a good GM and making those calls and doing your due diligence. And being in on every single trade, as in putting offers in on every single trade, and we were kind of talking about how you was a little bit different with John Elway. You know John Elway was a no plane be kind of guy. And doesn't mean that he didn't have people may be checking in on things. But for the most part, you know, kind of the gun Sling your shot from the hip. You know if this is direction, I want to go where we're just gonna push our eggs in on this basket and hope that the pans out, you know, Joe Flacco Case Keenum even Drew lock last year are perfect examples of how the Broncos went all in on plan A and where it seems like with George Payton one thing that we can sort of expected this process. Is. Maybe he's a guy that's gonna check out all his options before ultimately making a decision, which will lead to more rumors, which will lead to more people out there, speculating what the Broncos are actually doing. Right, and, depending on who other people sources are in in different buildings. They may be telling the truth that the Broncos called about this or that the Broncos wanted to see what the price tag was for a certain player, which doesn't mean I hate my guy, and in this case, drew lock the quarterback when we certainly talked about this, and you guys were talking about it Plenty, and I've talked about it with you. But whether it's quarterback or another position down the road or another position they might be talking about. Now he's just doing his due diligence and one thing that somebody with the Vikings told me that's been around, George A lot. Is that This is his personality that he's pretty measured in everything he does, and diligent how he goes about it. I don't think people are gonna paint John Elway like that, to the point. You just made right and that John Elway kind of because he lives his life like Jonno, and it's worked out pretty darn well for some kind of in every facet..

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"toni pauline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Get evening, man. How are you doing? Well, man, All right, man, All right. It's kind of a I have a weird weekend, but otherwise I think you know, I'm ready for a right tight Broncos with everybody want monitoring the Nuggets game by the way, currently down to the Boston Celtics, even though Nicole Yokich is going off, he's having a heck of a night, but it is not enough. And unfortunately, it does not look good, but we'll monitor the game. We'll let you know how that goes tonight on the program. We're gonna have Steve Atwater, the Steve Atwater. He's going to join us. I asked him to scout Kayla Farley says he basically has mocked to the Broncos in like every mock draft, right and 5% of the marks out there, So I asked him to take a look at Caleb Farley. And so he's going to give us his breakdown. You Are kind of just so so on, Farley. Yeah, I know people down on past retain Junior, but I'm a lot higher on him that other people and sir table fit the scheme. He's a guy. I know the Broncos do, actually, like, so what? We'll see. Um, I think the Broncos country back out of nine. Still pick up, Sir Tan. And get some additional draft capital to roll forward in the next year. If the lock thing doesn't work out, Okay, so we're no good. I'm looking forward, Steve. You know, good friend of the show sound every week on that kind of stuff. He's fantastic. Yeah, forget what he says. We'll talk to him here in a matter of moments. If you always feel like you're just sort of dropping little things in there and me like you could. You could never would never do that. We're going to also talk to Cody Rourke with locked on Broncos and pro football network. He had Ian Rappaport on his Broadcast yesterday and Malik read today so we'll talk to about those conversations are really good stuff from rap port that we definitely get to as relates to the Broncos. What he thinks about your fate. And he thinks about the Broncos quarterback situation all that, so we'll get to that. And plus bringing crystal a little later on. I'll start out though. I mean, I thought, you know, First of all I want to say that we're obviously thrilled to be on the air here with you guys, as always. And you know, we're gonna try to. Ah, bring you as much information and I don't know as little toxicity is is humanly possible and of people calling us along on Twitter, and we definitely appreciate it all the positive sentiments that were sent our way and we echo those back because this is this community has been fantastic for us with us the entire time, But you know, for us right now. You know, the focus remains on trying to put together a really good show and give you guys as much information as possible. So you guys could be as close to your team as possible, Right? I mean, it's this what we do here. Gross. People are gross. Leave that stuff on Twitter just blocked the move on. I'm you know, I got sucked into some stuff this weekend. And you know that's on me When they go low. I shouldn't go lower. That's that's really what it is so end of the day. Like, just, you know, like to block those clowns and move on. That's that's what they are. You know, I just I don't have not gonna do that. We're not gonna do the you know, pretend toe tolerate the opinions of losers anymore. Welcome and move on, Okay? And with that we are moving on. We're gonna get to the report from Michael Lombardi. That was a sort of shaking down Twitter over the course of the day about the Broncos quarterback. It was kind of on the heels. Of the report from Toni Pauline with pro football network and so let's Let's go ahead, Start there. And then I'll play the sound for you because I think it kind of gives the large sound. Yeah, he was on he was on with Pat McAfee. And it was, oh, by the way kind of thing. I'll tell you everything about this place down. I'll tell you everything about this. It was done was so weird like he just sort of casually dropped in the other Broncos. You almost made a trade last week for a quarterback, But you know whatever. This is business. They didn't. But it's little study. Are you all right? So this is this is only the portion way took out all the Raiders stuff in there Because the Niners doesn't apply. It doesn't apply. So this is this is Michael Lombardi talking to Pat McAfee about the Broncos quarterback situation. Then they've been rumored to be talking to a lot of teams about quarterbacks. I thought they were going to make a trade last week for a quarterback and one of the team's back down. I don't know quite how that happened. But I think the Broncos will be very aggressive. Like the hope Station about Trulock being the guys over. What was that? Well, you just referred to there was a trade that was about to be made last week and then a team. But I thought there was some action on Denver truck was going to trade for a quarterback that I think that whether it was West and they say they're not interested in went where there was somebody I don't know quite who it was, but they were getting position to trade for somebody and and it just didn't go through. So I think my point here is San Francisco and Denver are both secretly active looking for quarterback. Okay, so there's a lot to unpack there. Let's start with the back and work our way to the front. First of all, nobody. Neither of those two teams is secret in the fact that they've called around about quarterbacks. At all. There's literally no secret whatsoever. Um de Broncos were not almost involved in a trade last week. It didn't happen, And it's kind of weird that he thinks that there was the training like I heard there was some action, not a trade, but he can't name the quarterback or the team or any of that. He can't figure out any of that. So then he said it like fell through, right, And then he tried to go in the second time. You phrased it was like he heard from the Broncos side, which I did tell you didn't happen. Mike Lombardi got fired here in Denver for not having any information. He was literally consultant for this team is His designation, and his job was to get information around the league and give it back to Mike Shanahan. And my fired him because he had no information. So there you go. A Zafar as the rest of that goes. None of that is accurate, literally. None of it. Um well, okay. I'm gonna different with you on one part because the Broncos are rumored to be in on quarterback. So called around about everything but for me, and this is, I guess where the verb Ege Bothers me. Sure. The Broncos are not in on quarterbacks because they haven't made an offer. If you haven't made an offer you're not in. They didn't make any kind of counter it all to the The Lions would've called Yeah, I mean, they had a bit of a new offer in there. I mean, like, that's what I'm saying, Like the report from the body makes it sound like they had all their you know their here aggressively pursuing all this. Now they're just making calls to getting prices. There's a difference between making calls and getting prices and making offers making offers. His aggressive making calls is something of responsible general managers just do anyway due diligence, right so that that's the part that bothers me is like the verb Ege there. You know, it's trying to make it sound more salacious than it is. And now his name gets Out there. He gets a ton of runoff that everybody quotes it. Wrong. Report exists, you know, And this is what happens Well, okay, Let me ask you about this because it is on the heels of Tony Pauline's report from pro football network that the Broncos are Looking to move on from Drew lock. You kind of have to back to back reports now and and I think we all we talked about this on the Broncos country tonight. TV show a little bit and you can check that out. By the way. BRONCOS YouTube channel. We talked about how It depends on who I think you talked to at times because the thing is is is it's not 100% support behind locked right now because he hasn't earned that, like the the fact remains.

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"toni pauline" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The Heisman Trophy winner? Devante Smith? What kind of pro? Do you think he's gonna make? Similar to Mack Jones in the sense that I think he's more dynamic. He's probably more NFL ready. He's a complete receiver. But with that lack of size and the stunt that he pulled the Senior Bowl. I don't think he's a good receiver for every single offense. I think if you're cold weather offense, you may shy away if you you know, you like to run the ball a lot. And you want your receivers to block downfield. A lot of the Baltimore Ravens, you may shy away from him. I think in Atlanta Falcons offense, the thousands who obviously don't need another issue, but that's sort of offense. Maybe even what the Miami Dolphins are trying to do. I think he'd be a very good fit. And the stunt that you're talking about. You're talking about him, refusing to be measured at the Senior Bowl. Not only just measured, but why did he even show up Because he didn't practice? You know, he took a roster spot and he went there and basically did nothing so not being measured was You know major blemish, but then he doesn't show up the practices, which I just thought was just really a bad public relations move. Yeah, we and we're for an Alabama player. I mean, like you think you know, coming on the next savings program. You'd be pretty buttoned down from that respect. Absolutely. Especially since you know his quarterback was there. You know, perform well. He had his left tackle there in Alex Leatherwood, who performed the offensive tackle. Brown was there and, you know, Granted, this was a different year in the sense that you didn't have. Hands. They're watching Senior bowl practices. But usually the Alabama players are the highlight of senior Well practices obviously is and reasons the event takes place in Alabama. But when he had all those other times even is running back a guy even the running back now Jay Harris, who measured in and then took a few reps here in there at practice. When he really didn't have to. It was just a bad move all around by the van to Smith. Hey, uh, Tony that we had several opt outs this year of guys that are viewed as his high draft picks. How did the How did the opt out? How did their decision to opt out or has it? Affected their draft stock either positively negatively or no effect at all. Well, I don't think it's going to affect anybody positively and only in the sense that these guys didn't get heart because they weren't on the field, but I think it depends on the player in the position. You can't broad brush it a guy like Penny Sewell of Oregon. I don't think it really affected him anyway. One shape or another. He's a terrific left tackle prospect. He's athletic. He was highly graded coming into the season, so I don't think a guy like that. Um, it's going to affect other guys will have to wait and see. My own personal point of view is guys like Michael Parsons of Penn State's celebs? Farley of the cornerback from Virginia Tech, I think is gonna have a negative effect on them. Parsons is a guy who's a great athlete. He's an explosive player, but his instincts or suspects Harley is a cornerback that showed flashed ability since his freshman season getting never put together one consistent year where we just basically dominated the opposition, and I think I've seen people talk about him as a top 15 pick. I don't agree with that on Lee because of the fact that he was very streaky at Virginia Tech, and I thought he really needed to play this season. Where the strength of this particular draft in the 1st and 2nd round Tony what? What positions of the positions of strength. Quarterback as we you spoke about earlier. I like the receiver class. I don't think it's his death at the lower end. But when you're talking about the first, you know 100 picks. I think it's very strong. I think it is a very strong offensive tackle class really strong, offensive tackle class. I think you know if you get caught. If you get past Kyle pitch is gonna be a very early selection. I think there is some good death at the at the tight end position and day two. Who are a few names that really helped themselves out at the senior Bowl of guys. Maybe you have any of you mentioned back Jones earlier. Who are some other guys that maybe were a little off the radar, but they've all of a sudden put themselves in the conversation to be in the mix, you know, moved up a day in the draft. Let's say Yeah, I think guys that were kind of off the radar outside the scouting community, Dwayne Eskridge. The smaller but explosive receiver out of western Michigan on Lee practice two days because he suffered a pectoral injury on day three but could not be stopped. I mean, he was separating from defenders every which way possible through his route, running with his speed down the field that was consistently 3 to 4 yards behind opponents. Any quote, everything thrown His direction. Obviously, the talk of the town has been Quinn miners, the small school guard from Wisconsin Whitewater who was absolutely dominant, I mean, basically had a alley market type of performance. Ali Market, the offensive lineman from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who's that was Super Bowl champion. Went to the senior ball about six years ago and destroyed everybody. That's what Quinn miners did pass rushing drills run blocking. I mean top level talent, which is burying them day after day. Think Richie Grant, the safety from Central Florida also elevated his play. You know, the senior ball is you sort of like the combine you go to the Senior Bowl with expectations. And if you beat those expectations, you come out of it with the higher draft grade than when you went in, and that's what Richard granted because people thought his ball skills were suspect, and he was intercepting past day after day in the middle of the field out on the flanks. Really showed himself to be a complete safety. Does the lack of a combine. Did that AMP up the importance of the Senior bowl for a lot of these guys? Absolutely no doubt about it. I mean, really, the senior Bowl except for the whole of all, which had some decent talent there, but overall was nothing compared to the Senior Bowl. When you really get down to it. The Senior Bowl was the on Lee major free draft event that's going to take place this year. The shrine game No combine We hope we get a bunch of pro days, although we don't know what that's going to look like, so absolutely. And I mean in some cases I mentioned Quinn miners. There were some guys who opted out of season You'd mention the opt out before it. Nico Collins and the receiver from Michigan and every Thomas, the cornerback from Michigan. It was the only chance that a lot of these guys are the first time that the guys have played football competitive football in more than a year, so absolutely was incredible importance on the Senior Bowl this year. Toni Pauline, NFL draft analyst. Pro football network dot.

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"toni pauline" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The Heisman Trophy winner? Devante Smith? What kind of pro? Do you think he's gonna make? Similar to Mack Jones in the sense that I think he's more dynamic. He's probably more NFL ready. He's a complete receiver. But with that lack of size and the stunt that he pulled the Senior Bowl. I don't think he's a good receiver for every single offense. I think if you're cold weather offense, you may shy away if you you know, you like to run the ball a lot. And you want your receivers to block downfield. A lot of the Baltimore Ravens, you may shy away from him. I think in Atlanta Falcons offense, the thousands who obviously don't need another issue, but that's sort of offense. Maybe even what the Miami Dolphins are trying to do. I think he'd be a very good fit. And the stuff that you're talking about. You're talking about him, refusing to be measured at the Senior Bowl. Not only just measured, but why did he even show up Because he didn't practice? You know, he took a roster spot and he went there and basically did nothing so not being measured was You know major blemish, but then he doesn't show up the practices, which I just thought was just really a bad public relations move. Yeah, we and we're for an Alabama player. I mean, like you think you know, coming on the next savings program. You'd be pretty buttoned down from that respect. Absolutely. Especially since you know his quarterback was there. You know, perform well. He had his left tackle there in Alex Leatherwood, who performed the offensive tackle. Brown was there and, you know, Granted, this was a different year in the sense that you didn't have. Stand there watching senior bowl practices. But usually the Alabama players are the highlight of senior will practice is obviously is and reasons the event takes place in Alabama. But when he had all those other times even is running back a guy even the running back now. Jay Harris, who Measured in and then took a few reps here in there and practice when he really didn't have to. It was just a bad move all around by the van to Smith. Hey, uh, Tony, that we had several opt outs this year of guys that are viewed as is high draft picks. How did the How did the opt out? How did their decision to opt out or has it? Affected their draft stock either positively negatively or no effect at all. Well, I don't think it's going to affect anybody positively and only in the sense that these guys didn't get heart because they weren't on the field, but I think it depends on the player in the position. You can't broad brush it a guy like Penny Sewell of Oregon. I don't think it really affected him anyway. One shape or another. He's a terrific left tackle prospect. He's athletic. He was highly graded coming into the season, so I don't think a guy like that. Um, it's going to affect other guys will have to wait and see. My own personal point of view is guys like Michael Parsons of Penn State's celebs? Farley of the cornerback from Virginia Tech, I think is gonna have a negative effect on them. Parsons is a guy who's a great athlete. He's an explosive player, but his instincts or suspects Harley is a cornerback that showed flashed ability since his freshman season getting never put together one consistent year where we just basically dominated the opposition, and I think I've seen people talk about him as a top 15 pick. I don't agree with that on Lee because of the fact that he was very streaky and Virginia Tech and I thought he really needed to play this season. Where the strength of this particular draft in the 1st and 2nd round Tony what positions of the positions of strength. Quarterback as we spoke about earlier. I like the receiver class. I don't think it's his death at the lower end. But when you're talking about the first, you know, 100 fixed. I think it's very strong. I think it is a very strong offensive tackle class really strong, offensive tackle class. I think you know if you get caught. If you get past Kyle pitch is gonna be a very early selection. I think there is some good death at the at the tight end position and day two. Who are a few names that really helped themselves out at the senior bowl of guys. Maybe you have any. Um, You mentioned Mac Jones earlier. Who are some other guys that maybe were a little off the radar, but they've all of a sudden put themselves in the conversation to be in the mix, you know, moved up a day in the draft. Let's say Yeah, I think guys that were kind of off the radar outside the scouting community, Dwayne Eskridge. The smaller but explosive receiver out of western Michigan on Lee practice two days because he suffered a pectoral injury on day three but could not be stopped. I mean, he was separating from defenders every which way possible through his route, running with his speed down the field that was consistently 3 to 4 yards behind opponents. Any quote, everything thrown His direction. Obviously, the talk of the town has been Quinn miners, the small school guard from Wisconsin Whitewater who was absolutely dominant, I mean, basically had a alley market type of performance Alley market, the offensive lineman from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who's that with Super Bowl champion? Went to the senior ball about six years ago and destroyed everybody. That's what Quinn miners did pass rushing drills run blocking. I mean top level talent. He was just burying them day after day. Think Richie Grant, the safety from Central Florida also elevated his play. You know, the senior ball is you sort of like to combine you go to the Senior Bowl with expectations. And if you beat those expectations, you come out of it with the higher draft grade than when you went in, and that's what Richard granted because people thought his ball skills were suspect, and he was intercepting past day after day in the middle of the field out on the flanks. Really showed himself to be a complete safety. Does the lack of a combine to that AMP up the importance of the Senior bowl for a lot of these guys? Absolutely no doubt about it. I mean, really, the senior Bowl except for the Hula Bowl, which had some decent talent there, but overall was nothing compared to the Senior Bowl. When you really get down to it. The senior Bowl was the only major Redraft event that's going to take place this year. No Shrine game No combine. We hope we get a bunch of pro days, although we don't know what that's going to look like, so absolutely. And I mean in some cases I mentioned Quinn miners. There were some guys who opted out of season You'd mention the opt out before it. Nico Collins and the receiver from Michigan and every Thomas, the cornerback from Michigan. It was the only chance that a lot of these guys are the first time that the guys have played football competitive football in more than a year, so absolutely was incredible importance on the Senior Bowl this year. Toni Pauline, NFL draft analyst. Pro football network dot.

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"toni pauline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The Heisman Trophy winner? Devante Smith? What kind of pro? Do you think he's gonna make? Similar to Mack Jones in the sense that I think he's more dynamic. He's probably more NFL ready. He's a complete receiver. But with that lack of size and the stunt that he pulled the Senior Bowl. I don't think he's a good receiver for every single offense. I think if you're cold weather offense, you may shy away if you You know, you like to run the ball a lot. And you want your receivers to block downfield Allow the Baltimore Ravens. You may shy away from him. But I think in Atlanta Falcons offense, the thousands who obviously don't need another issue, but that's sort of offense. Maybe even what the Miami Dolphins are trying to do. I think he'd be a very good fit. And the stunt that you're talking about. You're talking about him, refusing to be measured at the Senior Bowl. Not only just measured, but why did he even show up Because he didn't practice? You know, he took a roster spot and he went there and basically did nothing so not being measured was You know major blemish, but then he doesn't show up the practices, which I just thought was just really a bad public relations move. Yeah, we and we're for an Alabama player, right? I mean, like you think you know, coming on the next savings program. You'd be pretty buttoned down from that respect. Absolutely. Especially since you know his quarterback was there. You know, perform well. He had his left tackle there in Alex Leatherwood, who performed the offensive tackle. Brown was there and, you know, Granted, this was a different year in the sense that you didn't have. Hands. They're watching Senior bowl practices. But usually the Alabama players are the highlight of senior bowl practices obviously is and reasons the event takes place in Alabama. But when he had all those other times even is running back a guy even the running back now Jay Harris, who measured in and then took a few reps here in there at practice. When he really didn't have to. It was just a bad move all around. But the van to Smith Hey, Tony, that we had several opt outs this year of guys that are viewed as his high draft picks. How did the How did the opt out? How did their decision to opt out or has it? Affected their draft stock either positively negatively or no effect at all. Well, I don't think it's going to affect anybody positively and only in the sense that these guys didn't get heart because they weren't on the field, but I think it depends on the player in the position. You can't broad brush it a guy like Penny Sewell of Oregon. I don't think it really affected him anyway. One shape or another. He's a terrific left tackle prospect. He's athletic. He was highly graded coming into the season. So I don't think a guy like that, Um it's going to affect other guys will have to wait and see. My own personal point of view is guys like Michael Parsons of Penn State's 11 Farley? Off the cornerback from Virginia Tech. I think it's going to have a negative effect on them. Parsons is a guy who's a great athlete. He's an explosive player, but his instincts or suspects Harley is a cornerback that showed flashed ability since his freshman season getting never put together one consistent year where we just basically dominated the opposition, and I think I've seen people talk about him as a top 15 pick. I don't agree with that on Lee because of the fact that he was very streaky at Virginia Tech, and I thought he really needed to play this season. Where the strength of this particular draft in the 1st and 2nd round Tony what? What positions of the positions of strength. Quarterback as we spoke about earlier. I like the receiver class. I don't think it's his death at the lower end. But when you're talking about the first, you know 100 picks. I think it's very strong. I think it is a very strong offensive tackle class really strong, offensive tackle class. I think you know if you get caught. If you get past Kyle pitch is gonna be a very early selection. I think there is some good depth at the at the tight end position and day two. Who are a few names that really helped themselves out at the senior Bowl of guys. Maybe you have any of you mentioned back Jones earlier. Who are some other guys that maybe were a little off the radar, but they've all of a sudden put themselves in the conversation. To be in the mix, you know, moved up a day in the draft. Let's say Yeah, I think guys that were kind of off the radar outside the scouting community. Dwayne Eskridge, the smaller but explosive receiver out of western Michigan on Lee practice two days because he suffered a pectoral injury on day three but could not be stopped. I mean, he was separating from defenders. Every which way possible through his route, running with his speed down the field that we consistently 3 to 4 yards behind opponents. Any quote everything thrown in his direction. Obviously, the talk of the town has been Quinn miners. Small school guard from Wisconsin Whitewater who was absolutely dominant, I mean, basically had a alley market type of performance. Carly Market, the offensive lineman from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who's that with Super Bowl champion? Went to the senior ball about six years ago and destroyed everybody. That's what Quinn miners did pass rushing drills run blocking. I mean top level talent, which is burying them day after day. Think Richie Grant, the safety from Central Florida also elevated his play. You know, the senior ball is you sort of like to combine you go to the Senior Bowl with expectations. And if you beat those expectations, you come out of it with the higher draft grade than when you went in, and that's what Richard granted because people thought his ball skills were suspect, and he was intercepting past day after day in the middle of the field out on the flanks. Really showed himself to be a complete safety. Does the lack of a combine. Did that AMP up the importance of the Senior bowl for a lot of these guys? Absolutely no doubt about it. I mean, really, the senior Bowl except for the hula ball, which had some decent talent there, but overall was nothing compared to the Senior Bowl. When you really get down to it. The Senior Bowl was the on Lee major free draft event that's going to take place this year. No shrine game. No combine. We hope we get a bunch of pro days, although we don't know what that's going to look like, so absolutely. And I mean in some cases I mentioned Quinn miners. There were some guys who opted out of season You'd mention the opt out before it. Nico Collins and receiver from Michigan and every Thomas, the cornerback from Michigan. It was the only chance that a lot of these guys are the first time that the guys have played football competitive football in more than a year, so absolutely was incredible importance on the Senior Bowl this year. Toni Pauline, NFL draft analyst. Pro football network dot.

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"toni pauline" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You want the ability to adjust your loan options in real time rocket can good to be with all of you. 855 to 1 to four. CBS, If you want to get in, JJ Watt has been the big topic of the day. Making your sales pitches to me. Why? Your city should be the one to sign the great JJ Watt. I've enjoyed it. If you want to get in, we will get back to some more phone calls later on this hour. Any topics fair game. By 5 to 1 to 4 to 2 70 getting you can hit me on Twitter at Shaun T. Pendergast. The Super Bowl is now behind us. So we are into the off season. It's gonna be a little different off season than we experience this time last year because Cove it is out there so the NFL combine is not gonna really look anything like it normally does that period of time and Obviously, the draft will wait and see what the draft ends up looking like, But this we know there will be a draft and players will get drafted. We gotta talk about those players. And if we're gonna do that, let's talk to Toni Pauline, who's an NFL draft analyst does great work Pro football network Comedy joins me on the show right now, Tony, how you doing today? I'm okay. Thanks for having me. It's great to have you on the show. So let me start with this Tony before we get into some of the specific rookies and and team needs and things like that. How much does the specter of dish on Watson's possible availability loom over this draft right now? Right now, really nothing until there's an actual trade made or or he ends up with the team other than the Texas I don't think that teams they're really basing their draft strategy on the fact that they may acquire or the remote possibility acquired two strong watching in a trade. It would be kind of ridiculous at this point in time. I mean, if he is moved to a team like the Jets, maybe the Miami Dolphins who knows if, in fact he is moved, then it will have a major impact at that point in time. I feel like asking you this question This. This is like, you know, when, when? When you ask money questions to your friends that aren't financial advisors. They've got opinions on it. When you ask a financial advisor. They really know what the answers are for currency and things like that. So I feel like if I'm asking a draft expert this you have a better answer than just those of assigning kind of picking you, You know, just sort of picking the package out of the wind as to what to Shawn Watson is worth But if somebody who follows the draft as closely as you What would a reasonable package be? Four to Shawn Watson? If you're the Houston Texans? Well, I mean comparatively, it's a three first round picks. Now there's a lot more that goes into it. You look at the Stafford trade, which to my mind was my boggling and basically with the Rams gave up to him, so you would think that that would increase What the Houston Texans would get Ford to Sean watching, but then you also have to figure in that number one. You know, The Texas may not have a lot of leverage here if the show watching is willing to sit out the season And the fact is there comes a point in time where you're just gonna price yourself. Out of the market and, you know, people say it for four first round picks. That's insane amount, and I really don't think any team's going to select that. So I would say. Three first rounders, two first rounders and the player something and that sort of vain. Tony Paulie in pro football network dot com talking some NFL draft So the next the next logical question is okay. Well, if you're gonna trade to Shawn Watson, then you've got to. You've got to come away with some path to a solution at quarterback. I think that's imperative. If you're the Houston Texans, What does this draft class look like? They're obviously unless there's a bombshell. They're not gonna wind up with Jacksonville's picket number one so beyond Trevor Laurence. How do you grade this quarterback class? And what do you think the chances are of finding finding the next to Shawn Watson feels like a silly question. But at least finding somebody who's who fits the mold of some of these recent Young quarterbacks who've had some early success coming into the league. Remember the shot wants it was not a top three pick, not a top five pick, you know, coaching goes into it as much is the player itself. More pointedly. Answer your question. I think the real good quarterback class. I think the fact is the spotlight is being taken by travel Lawrence understandably so because he deserves it. When you get past travel large and you look at players like Justin Fields of Ohio State, Jack Wilson of BYU. Those were two really good but different quarterbacks who I think would be in the conversation for the first selection of the draft. Of Trevor Large wasn't available in this year's draft. You go a little bit further down Trey Lance of North Dakota State. Great Upside outstanding physical skills has only started one year on a small school level and as we've seen in the past Quarterback that start one year in a division one level have struggled to have any longevity of success. So we're Trey Lance. He's got a lot of upside, but you're gonna have to be careful from after coaching correctly, and you may need to sit him for a year. And then there's Matt Jones, who? What really did a good job taking over to attack me? Vova had a spectacular year in 2020 was splendid at the Senior Bowl. So now he's talked himself into being a potential late first round pick, although I think he's Maura of a scheme specific player, and then even after those guys, you're talking Heil Trask of Florida. David Mills of Stanford Good developmental quarterback. So I like the quarterback class in this year's draft. Tony, I want to ask you, actually, of all those, It's Matt Jones. I want to ask you follow upon here because Alabama It's strange with Alabama, you know, they're the best team in the best conference that cranks out the most NFL players every year. And yet I feel like there's this thing with Alabama. Maybe we saw that a little bit with two and how he struggled as a rookie where man, they're just so good offensively that if you're a quarterback, things just seem to set up so nicely for you there that you may be dealing with just pressure and adversity for the first time is a player. That's because that offensive such a well oiled machine does that make it difficult to scout Alabama players, especially in this particular class? Because they were just such a machine offensively this year? It absolutely does. But that's why I threw in the fact that Mack Jones look spectacular at the Senior Bowl because the Senior Bowl Which I've been going to practice is literally for 21 years now is the king maker at certain positions, including the quarterback spot, and, you know, it would be very difficult when you look at the fact that you know, over the course of the past. Season and a month since he took over to Jones has four receivers that they're going to end up its first round picks to last year to this year, too offensive tackles that it could be first round picks. Not Jay Harris. I agree with you, but it just senior ball. He was terrific with a brand new set. Of skill players. I mean, receivers that were basically foreigners to him, and it wasn't just the past here or there. It was day after day off, accurate passing great timing on throws. Basically didn't make bear that thought. I saw one bad past that he made. So you know, I went into the Senior bowl very skeptical about Matt Jones. Basically because of the argument that you just laid out. After watching him command and control the offense and knowing what I know about, you know? See you both quarterbacks. I thought he really did a good job. But again, As I said, I don't think he's a quarterback for everybody. I don't think you just scheme versatile quarterback You may have to put him in a certain type of offense. Toni Pauline. Pro football network dot com is joining me on CBS Sports Radio. How about.

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"toni pauline" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Here. Let me Lorraine, Let me tell you something about how this transaction works. Once this silver Smith is done making the trophy And hands the trophy over to the league and the league subsequently gives it to the team that wins the trophy. It's no longer the property of the silver Smith, the person winning the trophy can do whatever they want with it. So it's e mean honestly, it's a little like a toy maker, making a doll or an action figure. And then some kid chooses to toss the doll off of his tree house like it's doing a Superfly splash onto its dog or something like that. It's now the property of the owner. You don't own it anymore. Sorry. An apology and, by the way, an apology to the fans Lorraine if I put a pole up on Twitter about what the fans thought of Brady throwing the trophy from one boat to the other. The ones I talked to 100% of them thought it was hilarious. Get over yourself didn't sleep for two nights. Like I don't know if you're bothered by that's fine. I'm not gonna tell you how to feel like if that's how you feel. That's how you feel. I would tell you that if you're losing sleep over it that there's probably You know that that I That I would say get out of your feelings a little bit on it. That is where I would tell you how to feel like I would say, you know, move on. Turn the page. When you go into this, like you owe us an apology. Whatever. Have you seen what they do to the Stanley Cup? I mean, they practically have sex with that thing. Have you seen What? Mr Perfect into the WWF championship belt back in the day. Oh, my God. The apology would want from him. Go look it up on YouTube. Old school WWF. Yeah, You're not getting an apology, and Tom Brady. Do not apologize to this woman. Do not everybody. As soon as people want apologies about things everybody feels like they've got to apologize nowadays. Do not apologize to Lorraine grows, she's seeking attention. And sleep apparently. Right. 855 to 1 to four. CBS. Toni Pauline. He's going to join the top of the hour. He's an NFL draft expert who's excellent. We'll talk a little NFL draft top of the hour. Let's go to Georgia Talk to Josh Josh Europe on CBS Sports Radio. Hey, I was going Good, Josh. Um, Yeah, I was going to go back to the sum of the J. J Watt conversation. And sure. I think it would be a great fit in l a out there with Erin. Donald. Jalen Ramsey. Uh, you got the young Taylor wrap out there and safety. You know, I think he'll be a stud. Next year. It just seems like a good fit and then Mass. Stafford. Of course, we'll finally be on the team with a good defense. Yeah, I thought all along. Josh. I appreciate the phone call. I've thought all along that the Rams. Not all along since Stafford got there a couple weeks ago. I thought all along during the Matt Stafford era, which has lasted two weeks. Um or three weeks. Whatever it is. Did. L A is a nice dark horse for JJ Watt. It's Ah Stafford, I think is a good enough quarterback to where you can look at and go. Okay? They've got a shot here. And I know Stafford's never won a playoff game. So you probably have to squint a little bit to envision Matt Stafford winning big games in January or February in the case of the Super Bowl, because we've never seen him do it before. But I think him with Shaun McVeigh with some of the weapons they have there with an organization. That's a lot less dysfunctional in the Detroit Lions. Mean, JJ want and Matt Stafford could split therapy hours with each other. For all the dysfunction they've had to experience over the last several years. All the Patriots South they've had to experience Oh, my God. Bill O'Brien and Matt Patricia Jack Easterby. So I think it makes a lot of sense. I think they're a good team. I think Aaron Donald, there's no better player to take attention away from JJ Watt and Aaron Donald, the reigning defensive player of the year. And I think JJ would like l. A. I think there's a little Hollywood to JJ Watt for sure. All right, Let's go to let's go to Cleveland, Cleveland weighing in today, Man Cleveland once J. J. Why badly? What's going on Brian Brian's in Cleveland, What's happening? I think a couple days you're overlooking about Cleveland, Baker Mayfield and JJ Watt. Okay, some all first of all, Baker Mayfield never gonna leave Cleveland. I mean, I mean it Z. We finally got him an offense that he's gonna run for the second year in a row. He did it he had no pre season this year. Until that until what the office at all like everybody else did. So, I mean, seven years he's gonna prosper through the room. But on defense is right now we have Olivier Vernon is a free agent and Ogunjobi we put we put JJ one side miles on the other. Ogunjobi and Sheldon Richardson, a czar front four. We have We have grant Albert coming back. I mean, you say we didn't make Were they finally you know, divisional round, but we were one play away from making a F C Conference championship. One blown call away from making it I mean, we As with that cart sound, we would have won that game, so basically wouldn't Our offense and no defense. The Browns were one step away from being in the Super Bowl. Yeah. Hey, Brian, Let me ask you this real quick about Baker Mayfield. And I'm not saying Baker maybe was gonna leave Cleveland when I say that when I made a comment earlier about Baker Mayfield I was talking more about dis Shawn Watson, would you would you trade I would assume you would. I would assume you'd upgrade from Baker to do Shawn in a trade right? I would, because I wouldn't want to give up any assets. We don't need to give up more assets to get. We don't need to upgrade. Want position to downgrade five other positions that okay we have in her defense. Okay? No, that's Hey, Brian. That's good. I appreciate the fall. I wanna work. One more call. That's it. That's it. That's a good answer. It sounds like Yeah, You realized that Shawn wants is better than Baker Mayfield, but not so much better that we need to trade two first round picks in Baker Mayfield to the Texans, and I think you know what? I don't know that I totally agree with you, but that's an intelligent way to look at it. Eight by 5 to 1 to four. CBS. Let's try to get one more in here before we get to the top of the hour to go out to Tucson. We've not heard from Tucson yet and Jason Jason Europe on CBS Sports Radio. Got about a minute, Jason go ahead. Okay. Real quick. First the trophy ladies and Karen Karen Karen Yeah, Get over. Get over yourself, lady, you said and I was thinking it right away. What they did to that Family cup is Gotta be holding 19 5 years. Every form. Uh, two. I'm originally from Detroit. Uh, Ella. Congratulations. Staffers gonna do you proud? I know we will guys underrated. And three uh, did you what has played in warm weather, His whole life and the Cardinals or count kept friendly? Um and really close to being a contented team..

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"toni pauline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"To 1 to four. CBS That's 855 to 124227. Good to be with all of you on a Sunday CBS Sports Radio. We're gonna get back to the phones in just a minute. And I need to Need to set this one up a little bit for you here. Okay, so Lorraine grows. Drohs. Is the name of a woman. This story is out of Fort Myers, Florida. And She is you guys may have seen this video kind of making the rounds. Her father's name is is Greg grows? I don't know if Greg is still with us or not. But he reportedly was the master silversmith at Tiffany and company from 1967 through 1994. Reportedly Kind of the brains behind the Lombardi Trophy. Which is the trophy. Is it? Goes to the Super Bowl champion team. You guys know it. It's sort of that triangular base. You know that he'd elongated triangular base with a football plopped on top of it. It's an iconic looking trophy. It's the trophy that you probably saw making the rounds on social media. This week, there was getting tossed by Tom Brady from one boat to the other boat. Tom Brady. When I heard about this, I thought to myself, Okay. You know, like my wife called me. She's like, Did you see Tom Brady throwing the trophy from one boat to another boat? It was so awesome. I'm like. Hold on a second. Here. Wait, what He's throwing the trophy from one boat to another. That sounds awfully risky. She's like now is only like 15. Ft. He threw it underhand, but it was really funny. Sure enough, it was really funny, and it's especially funny when you contextualize it by seeing the video of Tom Brady stumbling drunk on avocado tequila off of the boat. So you knew Brady was having a good day. He was feeling it. He was hammered. Well, I'm gonna tell you That one person who did not like what Tom Brady was doing with that trophy was the daughter of the trophies. Silver Smith patriarch. Her name again is Lorraine grows, she told W F T x T V. In Tampa. Well, I'll let you tell. It's a Fort Myer station. Sorry, not Tampa FORT Myers, Florida Here's what she had to say about Tom Brady's shenanigans. It just really upset me that this trophy was disgraced and disrespected by being thrown as if it was a real football. I didn't sleep for the past two nights because of this, I was that upset. Because I know the passion that goes into this trophy and how my dad and all his fellow silver Smiths are so proud to make this I personally would like An apology. Not just to me and my family and the other silversmiths but to the fans. Okay, a few things here. I mean, there. There is a lot. So I'm gonna do this quickly because we had a bunch of you want to get in and talk about JJ Watt. But I'm gonna go through this quickly. First of all, he didn't throw it like a football. He underhand tossed it to another boat. That's number one. Number two An apology. Here. Let me Lorraine, Let me tell you something about how this transaction works. Once this silver Smith is done making the trophy And hands the trophy over to the league and the league's subsequently gives it to the team that wins the trophy. It's no longer the property of the silver Smith, the person winning the trophy can do whatever they want with it. So it's I mean, honestly, it's a little like a toy maker, making a doll or an action figure. And then some kid chooses to toss the doll off of his tree house like it's doing a Superfly splash onto its dog or something like that. It's now the property of the owner. You don't own it anymore. Sorry. An apology and, by the way, an apology to the fans Lorraine if I put a pole up on Twitter about what the fans thought of Brady throwing the trophy from one boat to the other. The ones I talked to 100% of them thought it was hilarious. Get over yourself didn't sleep for two nights. Like I don't know if you're bothered by, that's fine. I'm not gonna tell you how to feel like that's how you feel. That's how you feel. Would tell you that if you're losing sleep over it that there's probably you know that That I would say get out of your feelings a little bit on it. That is where I would tell you how to feel like I would say, you know, move on. Turn the page. When you go into this, like you owe us an apology. Whatever. Have you seen what they do to the Stanley Cup? I mean, they practically have sex with that thing. Have you seen What? Mr Perfect into the WWF championship belt back in the day. Oh, my God. The apology would want from him. Go look it up on YouTube. Old school WWF. Yeah, You're not getting an apology, and Tom Brady. Do not apologize to this woman. Do not everybody. As soon as people want apologies about things everybody feels like they've got to apologize nowadays. Do not apologize to Lorraine grows, she's seeking attention. And sleep apparently. Right. 855 to 1 to four. CBS. Toni Pauline. He's going to join the top of the hour. He's an NFL draft expert who's excellent. We'll talk a little NFL draft top of the hour. Let's go to Georgia Talk to Josh Josh Europe on CBS Sports Radio. Hey, how's it going? Josh. Um, Yeah, I was going to go back to the sum of the J..

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"toni pauline" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"At 855 to 1 to four. CBS That's 855 to 124227. Good to be with all of you on a Sunday CBS Sports Radio. We're gonna get back to the phones in just a minute. And I need to Need to set this one up a little bit for you here. Okay, so Lorraine grows. Drohs. Is the name of a woman. This story is out of Fort Myers, Florida. And She is you guys may have seen this video kind of making the rounds. Her father is name is is Greg grows? I don't know if Greg is still with us or not. But he reportedly was the master silversmith at Tiffany and company from 1967 through 1994. And so he was. Reportedly Kind of the brains behind the Lombardi Trophy. Which is the trophy. That goes to the Super Bowl champion team. You guys know it. It's sort of that triangular base. You know that he'd elongated triangular base with a football plopped on top of it. It's an iconic looking trophy. It's the trophy that you probably saw making the rounds on social media. This week, there was getting tossed by Tom Brady from one boat to the other boat. Tom Brady. When I heard about this, I thought to myself, Okay. You know, the like My wife called me. She's like, Did you see Tom Brady throwing the trophy from one boat to another boat? It was so awesome. I'm like. Hold on a second. Here. Wait, what He's throwing the trophy from one boat to another. That sounds awfully risky. She's like now is only like 15. Ft. He threw it underhand, but it was really funny. Sure enough, it was really funny, and it's especially funny when you contextualize it by seeing the video of Tom Brady stumbling drunk on avocado tequila off of the boat. So you knew Brady was having a good day. He was feeling it. He was hammered. Well, I'm gonna tell you That one person who did not like what Tom Brady was doing with that trophy was the daughter of the trophies. Silver Smith patriarch. Her name again is Lorraine grows, she told W F T x T V. In Tampa. Well, I'll let you tell. It's a Fort Myer station. Sorry, not Tampa FORT Myers, Florida Here's what she had to say about Tom Brady's shenanigans. It just really upset me that this trophy was disgraced and disrespected by being thrown as if it was a real football. I didn't sleep for the past two nights because of this, I was that upset. Because I know the passion that goes into this trophy and how my dad and all his fellow silver Smiths are so proud to make this I personally would like An apology. Not just to me and my family and the other silversmiths but to the fans. Okay, a few things here. I mean, there. There is a lot. So I'm gonna do this quickly because we got a bunch of you want to get in and talk about JJ Watt. But I'm gonna go through this quickly. First of all, he didn't throw it like a football. He underhand tossed it to another boat. That's number one. Number two An apology. Here. Let me Lorraine, Let me tell you something about how this transaction works. Once this silver Smith is done making the trophy And hands the trophy over to the league and the league subsequently gives it to the team that wins the trophy. It's no longer the property of the silver Smith, the person winning the trophy can do whatever they want with it. So it's e mean honestly, it's a little like a toy maker, making a doll or an action figure. And then some kid chooses to toss the doll off of his tree house like it's doing a Superfly splash onto its dog or something like that. It's now the property of the owner. You don't own it anymore. Sorry. An apology and, by the way, an apology to the fans Lorraine if I put a pole up on Twitter about what the fans thought of Brady throwing the trophy from one boat to the other. The ones I talked to 100% of them thought it was hilarious. Get over yourself didn't sleep for two nights. Like I don't know if you're bothered by that's fine. I'm not gonna tell you how to feel like if that's how you feel. That's how you feel. I would tell you that if you're losing sleep over it that there's probably You know that? That I would say get out of your feelings a little bit on it. That is where I would tell you how to feel like I would say, you know, move on. Turn the page. When you go into this, like you owe us an apology. Whatever. Have you seen what they do to the Stanley Cup? I mean, they practically have sex with that thing. Have you seen what Mr. Perfect did to the WWF Championship belt back in the day. Oh, my God. The apology would want from him. Go look it up on YouTube. Old school WWF. Yeah, You're not getting an apology, and Tom Brady. Do not apologize to this woman. Do not everybody. As soon as people want apologies about things everybody feels like they've got to apologize nowadays. Do not apologize to Lorraine grows, she's seeking attention. And sleep apparently. Right. 855 to 1 to four. CBS. Toni Pauline. He's going to join the top of the hour. He's an NFL draft expert who's excellent. We'll talk a little NFL draft top of the hour. Let's go to Georgia Talk to Josh Josh Europe on CBS Sports Radio. Hey, how's it going?.

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"toni pauline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Your superstar player stew for two years over the direction of this club? And every time you had a chance To reach across the proverbial I'll I guess that's more of a political term, but we'll use it here. Reach across to Nolan are not. Oh, To assure him that better days were ahead that this was just a little You didn't do it. And maybe he got frustrated to the point that he was going to use his opt out. But at this point seeing what the Rockies got back in return Would have rather seen. Nolan are not all opt out after this year. Because you're paying the ST Louis Cardinals. Have Nolan are not on their team. You don't have to pay him a dime. You got back Austin Gamber. And four magic beans. One of these guys hit a buck 88. In the minor leagues last year. You got back nothing and you gave everything. The ST Louis Cardinals. I think I speak on behalf of all Rockies fans. When I say you should have let him opt out. Because in that case, some people might actually think Nolan are not always the bad guy. Right because you held on to the very last second. And you didn't trade him for a bunch of garbage. You held out. You tried to see it through. He took the opt out. That would have been a better result. Than this. 5 to 29872. That is Not even the tip of the iceberg when it comes to The absolute verbal diarrhea that was spewed out. My Dick Monfort and Jeff brightest today. And this was not a press conference. Mind you This was a bloodletting. And in this world where some people in the media are vilified. I think if you're Rocky's fan, you should be very proud. Of the media because they went to bat for you today and one guy locally that deserves Some extra kudos is Woody Paige. Woody Paige had the best question of the entire press conference. The press did not hold back today. They were professional. As you expect them to be, but they did not pull punches. They did not lob softballs. And I say they because I had a meeting and I couldn't be on there. As I'm sure other media members were in her and regretted it. But there were. There were some media members today that were Doing God's work. And you'll hear much more from that bloodletting coming up a little bit later on in the show. I don't want to make this about three hours of Dick Monfort and Jeff Bright is because they don't deserve it. They will get plenty of time. But there are other things I want to get to And one of those things is my first guest. Today. He is Toni, Pauline. Is an NFL draft expert will take a left turn a little bit. Talk some football after this. Chief Buccaneers Super Bowl 55 coverage from Westwood One begins Sunday at noon. Kickoff at 4 30 on extra sports 1300. Welcome back Dr. Time Sports. Ryan Kauffman with you, and I am joined by my next guest. If you're looking for NFL draft knowledge This is the man to go to Has a terrific podcast on the believe podcast network. And he is Toni Pauline joining me right now, Tony. Great to have you back on the show. How are you? I'm okay. Thanks for having me back. Yeah, my pleasure. So you've been doing a little bit of a sleuth in a little bit of reporting lately on the dish on Watson stuff. You could save us all a little bit of time. Just go ahead and tell us where he's going. And then we can. We can move on with our lives. I don't know that anybody knows at this point where he's going. I mean, I said it to senior ball. Smart money from insider says the Jets of the front runners. I've heard I also heard the suitable he prefers Miami. And you know recently within the recent, there's two people are kind of hedging as to whether or not he's going to be traded because you know, Houston really wants to keep it. They said that I don't know that anybody's gonna want to pay the price. It's going to take to bring in tow haul into Shawn Watson, especially when you saw what happened this weekend with the Jared Goss. Matched average rate. So There's no there's no definite so I mean it could be the Jets. It could be Miami. It could be. He just he just stays in Houston. I'm curious. You bring up the trade with Matthew Stafford in Jared Goff. What was your perspective on that deal? It was bizarre. I mean, it was it was done is a great trade for the Detroit Lions, but from the Los Angeles Rams point of view. I mean, There is little margin of error for the Los Angeles Rams. If this trade doesn't work out, it's gonna put them behind the eight ball for a long, long time, because they're not going to happen. You know, they obviously don't have draft picks. That they gave away young quarterback. I guess the situation with the coach of the the conflict with the country's just untenable they had to move on from him. It's a very risky move for the Los Angeles Rams, who Giveaway. Huge amount draft picks to move up and get Jerry gab so You don't mean If this is not work out for the Rams, they will be in the hole for a long time. Were you, Jared Golf fan coming out cow! Woz. I thought he was going to need some work is gonna need some hand holding. I thought he had great upside, but I absolutely did. Like Jared Goff, Toni Pauline my gas. He is the host of believing.

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"toni pauline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Don't do. This'll is big Al and Joe Joe. Welcome back. It's Begala. Jo Jo on camera in his radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 of famine, Of course, Everywhere on the free I heart radio app is we've been talking about shall Watson and no draft picks. No really good draft picks for the Houston Texans. It's good to be talking a little draft Toni Pauline, the host of believing draft analysis on the BLEEP podcast network, NFL, draft analysts and pro football network is joining us on our hotline. And Tony. You know, we've been hearing Ah lot about the upcoming NFL draft, and obviously, quarterbacks have been in motion. We know the Broncos have got the ninth pick. And this upcoming draft. But what are the odds that we've just seen the very beginning of a bunch of chaos before this draft even even starts before pre AIDS even starts to, so I think it's very good. I mean, you know you Sean watching. Maybe Sam Donald Carson went. I mean, it's amazing how the quarterback position is, is viewed as the most important position yet these days, it seems the quarterbacks All back to the whole Josh Rosen, Cuyler Murray picket See are very expendable. When you consider the players that are available this year in the NFL draft, you know, I'd like to know which teams out there dropped or need and which teams out there Draft best player available. Because I think it kind of tells you the story of how good organizations are built. Yeah, I mean, it's a good question, and you've got a lot of new general managers, but you know, you look at the teams They're constantly competitive. Whether it be the Kansas City Chiefs. You look at the New Orleans Saints. I mean, those guys Everyone has been expecting the New Orleans Saints to draft Drew Brees successor the past What 23 dress and when I do they keep taking best player available. Same thing with cans with Kansas City. That's why they are You know they're they're constantly competitive. I think the buffalo bills have done a real good job of that. Where, As you know, the Cincinnati Bangles to an extent, the New York Jets They try and fill holes. And what happens is when you fill holes. You end up with players that are not as good as the ones you could've had and 23 years down the road. You saying, Why don't we draft player X Y Z rather than player, ABC? That is to see now there is something I did not Ever think about because those are two totally different philosophies. One best player available One player of need. Let me ask you, Alfred. What camp do you land in? Always take the best player available. Because if it works out it just say that Let's just say that for some reason that Jamaar Chase balls to the Denver Broncos at number nine. Okay, this guy's a top five talent. Okay, There's no there's no question about it. Or Devante Smith. Okay, say one of those guys fall to the Denver Broncos. And they're on the board even though we have a slew of wide receivers. Listen, Maybe we could trade one of those guys down the line. But I'm in the idea that you always take the best player available because you can get value for them down the line. That's interesting. That is interesting. What do you think? The percentages Tony of teams that Really are are different and how they look at it. I mean, you brought up some teams that are at the bottom, and he brought up some teams that are near the top. That both do it differently. But is this a 50 50 thing? Uh, no. In fact, in this, you know the salary cap, the hard salary cap for rookies made a lot more appetizing if you would to say draft for need. Because it didn't hurt you financially that much to cut early round pick the kind of first round pick If you're saying drafting, you know, a receiver for need or drafting a safety and the safety of the fifth Best player on your board when you're called to the clock. But you need the safety. The fact is, the fact is the hard salary cap really negated those huge contracts that we saw people like your markets Russell and Chris long getting early in their career. Cutting a first round pick if you know what's going on with me. Players like Josh Rosen, except cutting the first round pick really doesn't hurt you as far as your pocketbook of the salary cap has been in the concern, so I think it's been Maura. Unfortunately, and I agree with Alfred. You draft best player available within reason. I think teams have more mortgage on selecting for need, especially since the draft is a month and a half after free agency Some some voids are filled during free agency. Some holes air created during free agency. We got to get back to the point where we're seeing more than one running back that's drafted in the first round or those days done, and people now know they could get running backs and 2nd and 3rd round. I think we'll get back to that point when the running backs that are taken in the first round, especially early in the first round the lender for net the sequel, Aliens, those type of guys really start to produce. I think it's going to be the sort of situation where You know a guy like Nah, Jay Harris. Grades as a mid first round choice. He's a phenomenal running back. But as I said about Nadia Harris's he's a first round prospect who plays a day to position until until the league shows that those guys are. You know it's quarterback league notes passing league until somebody comes up with the system. Where organic? Nah, Jay Harris is taken early and is the focal point of the offense. I think it's still it's gonna be a situation where the running backs are..

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"toni pauline" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And as far as Michigan was concerned, the contract for the next couple years is probably gonna turn out to be unless he hits his bonuses. It's going to be less than the buyout and everything else that came with it. And even if he hits his bonuses, that means that they're doing a good job and they're wanting some football games. I agree with you. I mean hardball. I think Michigan was kind of in a tough spot. Hardball was also in his house spot. I guess they came to a meeting of the minds and they both decided to play it safe. All right, I'm gonna tell a bunch of names that you either former or current college coaches. You tell me. Yeah, you're in a will They ever coach in the pros, and if it's a yea will it be this year, Urban Meyer? I probably could be signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars very quickly. Okay. Matt Campbell. Gonna be a hot commodity. But Campbell really likes this situation in Iowa. He's got unfinished business. There probably will coach in the NFL, but it won't be for a couple of years, one of the two coaches on the sidelines on Sunday. We know Nick Saban's not going back. So I'm referring to Ryan Day. I don't see that happening any time soon. Okay, is the name that I've heard kicked around a little bit. I don't think it's in this year's mix. But will he eventually get into it? Where is an even hotter commodity? PJ Fleck. I think I think another big can coach by their package I want. I don't want to scoop you. There gets it before. I mean, a lot of people like PJ flight booked. PJ flight's gonna prove you can do something at Minnesota before he gets an NFL chance so The way it stands right now. I'm going to say very unlikely. Okay. And the last one I was gonna go with Fitz show. But that's why you beat me to it. The one that I may be most interested in because my Team that I wrote for any NFL. A jets happen to have an opening right now. And the guy I'd rather see them signed than anyone else. Is Lincoln Riley? Because the guy has just proven that he can be a quarterback maker. Whisper. Call them what you want on Def to get to going to take a quarterback at number two, or if they don't and they're gonna give Sam Donald another chance. I'd like to see what rink Lincoln Riley could potentially do with him. Is he going to be in the mix? Freddie, these jobs I know he's been approached before and has never really seemed all that aggressive and wanting to get out of Norman. Is he staying? Put her going to the NFL? Yeah, I don't see him going to the NFL anytime soon. I think the success or lack thereof of Cliff Kingsbury. Will be tied into Lincoln rally only because they run similar type of system similar type of quarterback. I think it's Cliff Kingsbury. You know, they think I'm round. It was a hot name that all the sudden everybody came off of him. I think it's Cliff Kingsbury proves that sort of play can work that sort of system from work in Arizona. And Lincoln. Riley again becomes a hot name because you gotta have the right quarterback. It's a wide open system. You know, you've got to have certain players. That's why I think NFL teams have cooled on him. Never mind the fact I think the Lincoln rallies very comfortable in Oklahoma. All the great stuff last thing. This. Mr. Fields have one more upset up its sleeve. And if he does, will that lock him into the number two spot Who's gonna win between Ohio State and Alabama? Mother? I think, ah, lot of points. They're going to be scored. Obviously, Ohio State's got the momentum. But I just think Nick's Damon has been in a spot before. He's a sensational coach. And I think he's gonna find a way to out Coach Ryan Day and probably win the game by 7 to 10 points, although I expect a lot of points to be scored this contest. Only great stop appreciated greatly. Glad to have you here you had a good new year will certainly be getting beget Young again before the draft rolls around. Thanks for having me Jodie Mack. My pleasure. That is Toni Pauline, draft analyst. NFL.

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"toni pauline" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"toni pauline" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"But we do have huge college football game coming up on Monday night to championship game between Ohio State in Alabama. And they're going to be a whole bunch players in that game that will hear their name called in the NFL draft. Later, the here in 2021 here to give you some football inside he comes to you. The NFL Today on DA is a draft analyst for pro football network dot com. Tony pulling good enough to give us a couple minutes of his time tonight. Tony. How was your New Year's? I hope? Well, it was good. As with the whole holidays. Thank you for having thank you for asking. And thanks for having me back. No, My pleasure. Thank you for coming on board mentioned the championship game to be played on Monday. Ah, either, as per your latest mock or if you've been AH, getting ready to write up a new one after the game's over and done with how many first round picks do you think we will have in action on Monday night? Yeah, I think there are seven solid first round picks. I think there's the potential for as many as 10. To go in the first round from this game Monday. So it's Alabama heavy, But Ohio State is well represented the game. Well, there's one guy in particular, I do want to ask you about coming from the Ohio State side nets their quarterback, Justin Fields. I was a huge fan all offseason. Cute. I was a big fan of his coming out of high school when he was right there with Trevor Laurence is debatable. The number one player in the country goes to Georgia can't break through. Decides he'd rather transfer than staying compete goes to Ohio State has an unbelievable year last year. Had a mediocre year this year. Now you could explain it with covert and shortened schedule and whatever else then at a pretty poor Big 10 championship game. Followed by the game of his career in the N C. A. A semifinals. Have you at your noodle needle? Moved on what you think of fields as an NFL prospect by how this season is gone? No, it kind of parallels what you said. I mean, I was incredibly high on field coming into the season, not as high as trouble, Lawrence. A lot of people talk about Jack Wilson, the quarterback from BYU, but right now, Justin Fields Is my number two quarterback on the board, and I think when all said and done, he's going to be the 2nd and 3rd player selected in the draft after Trevor large No, I think he I hope he's drafted number two because I'm a jet guy, and I think he deserves to be number two. You mentioned Wilson, who's moved up rapidly this year, again. Comparing seasons last year, Fields had no unbelievable year. Wilson wasn't any. Even a guy on anybody's draft potential radar had a phenomenal season has one year potentially moved him a little too quick up to draft boards. In your opinion, it could be, but he plays the quarterback position. That's what often happens with quarterbacks. Now. You know, the thing with Wilson is He's a playmaker. He's smart. He's a great study. He sees the feel he has a new, incredible ability to process what's happening on the field. When you compare him to field he has that slight advantage over fields in that area. He doesn't have the arm of fields. He's not a guy who can drive deep passes with speed is Justin Fields can Disappeared. You had superior physical skills. I think people look it Wilson. And even though BYU really complain many tough opponents this year, I think they look at the fact that every week it's big numbers. Whether he's you know, it's not a wide open offense. It's a situation where he's creating a lot of these plays. He's supposed to be a great interview, which I think is going to turn a lot of people on. And there are people in the league who I trust. Tell me that he made that he Zach Wilson may not be selected before Justin Fields, but they feel two or three years down the road. He could be the better of the two quarterbacks in the NFL. Fair enough on everything you said it would easily lend itself to my next question. Where was he last year. Did was there something that transformed them between his sophomore and junior seasons? Because his numbers last year forget about comparable, They pale in comparison? Well, yeah, he was injured part of last year, and I mean coming into the season. Gods who great underclassmen gave him 1/5 round grade. So it was not like he was not entity in the scouting community. He was given 1/5 round great and his game has just taken off. He had injury issues last year, which I think led to when I was competing for the job. Now we're healthy and he's basically taking the bull by the horns as they say. All right, Toni Pauline draft expert, Our guest here on CBS Sports Radio, um, position in the championship game showdown between Two guys who I think are both draftable players. I want your read on where you would think they would fall now. And how much can a move the needle with a huge performance tomorrow? Um 90. Harris has had a very good career record setting down in Alabama and it's turned it up. As the season's gone on an entr a sermon. If you just look at his last two games, he looks like he should be a yet top 10 pick in the draft. We know that's not the case. He's gone nuts coming over from Oklahoma to Ohio State this year, and they're limited season. Where do you rank boat to those two guys overall in the group of backs that are gonna be draft eligible this year. When you think they get their names called not. Jay Harris, as far as I'm concerned, is a first round prospect who plays a day to position. I think he's absolutely worthy of being a first round selection..

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