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Former Trump doctor wins congressional runoff in Texas

Charlie Parker

00:23 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former Trump doctor wins congressional runoff in Texas

"Is the declared victor in the Democratic Senate primary runoff, while Tony Gonzalez has declared himself the winner in the very close GOP district 23 run off. The former White House doctor is the winner of Tuesday's primary for Texas is 13th congressional district. Mehran Nierenberg says an August opening date for local school districts is too much too soon amid rising cove in 19 cases, the family of

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The Ho-Chunk tribe of Wisconsin has permanently laid off a number of employees

Native America Calling

03:59 min | Last month

The Ho-Chunk tribe of Wisconsin has permanently laid off a number of employees

"This is national native news. I Megan camera in Perrine Tony Gonzalez. Indigenous activists are asking former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper to drop out of the Democratic Senate primary over photos of him, and what they say is imitative native. American clothing common dreams, reports, coalition of indigenous women in their allies sent an open letter on Saturday outlining hickenlooper participation in hunting competition where they say winners are dressed in war, bonnets and losers must address like quote. Unquote squaws. The letter points out. This ethnic slur is associated with sexual assault of native North American Indian women. The one shot antelope punt has been a tradition in Wyoming for many decades A. Video from Wyoming. PBS shows the clothing being placed on the winners and losers by members of the Shoshoni tribe. Other? Groups joined the letter including sunrise movement converged. Colorado, and the indigenous environmental network, the latest controversy follows others including video that has surfaced showing Hickenlooper six years ago, comparing politicians scheduled to working on a slave ship. The letter says he has shown a pattern of quote. Behavior. The Ho Chunk Nation in Wisconsin has permanently laid off an undetermined number of tribal employees. The tribe has several casinos in Wisconsin that have been affected by corona virus closures and restrictions in a video statement Ho. Chunk President Myron White Eagle said the difficult decision is aimed at preserving the nation's financial health. This is a hard road to recovery to where we were pre pandemic. No one knows when we'll get back to. To those conditions, we hope to recall as many as employees as we can. But the future is uncertain White Eagle said laid off. Employees are not eligible for health insurance through the tribe, but they can seek services with the state. He said tribal officials failed to approve a budget for the coming fiscal year, but instead are working with a bare bones sixty day, operating budget in the hopes of the financial picture improves. Navajo nation leaders want new, Mexico to end efforts to dismiss a landmark education case meant to address educational inequities in the state. President Jonathan knows and Vice President Myron analyzer sent a letter to lawmakers expressing their opposition to a motion to dismiss the Yes Martinez lawsuit. Nez Native students deserve an educational environment that prioritizes their culture and unique needs. A judge ruled in twenty eighteen that New Mexico had denied English language learners, Special Education, native, American, and low income students, their constitutional right to a sufficient education, the Santa Fe new Mexican reports. The state filed a motion in March to dismiss the suit because it claims it has met the. The requirements of the decision the New Mexico Center online poverty, which representing the as he plaintiffs argues the state's efforts have been piecemeal in an op-ed, and the Albuquerque Journal they right. There are still large inequities in access to reliable Internet and technology, and they say they're still a lack of culturally and linguistically appropriate instructional materials, and there's a shortage of certified teachers. In Brazil people more into the death of KAIAPO leader and rainforest defender Paulino. Akon from covid Nineteen Public Radio International reported con played a key role in creation of tribal territory and ensuring indigenous rights were included in the country's Constitution The New York Times reports pie controversial, the world warning of the destruction of the Amazon appearing with celebrities like sting, but in the early nineteen nineties he was accused of rape. Supporters claim to the charges were. Were created a silence him. More than three hundred indigenous people in the Amazon have died from covid nineteen. The Guardian reports fears are rising. The virus will bring terrible losses of knowledge and tribal history, culture and traditional medicine. Many indigenous leaders accused the government of far-right President Gyro Bolsonaro of failing to protect Brazil's indigenous people by delaying aid and forcing them to risk infection by travelling to nearby towns for help for National Native News. I'm Meghan, camera.

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Yurok Tribe and seven tribal governments file lawsuit over COVID-19 aid

Native America Calling

03:53 min | 3 months ago

Yurok Tribe and seven tribal governments file lawsuit over COVID-19 aid

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzales the LEMME nation in Washington state has extended a shelter in place mandate through may thirtieth which also includes a nightly curfew on Friday. The LemMe Public Health Department reported sixteen New Positive Cases of cove nineteen between Wednesday and Friday and on Saturday reported two more cases bringing the total to forty in the community. Tribal and health officials are urging people to stay home and follow social distancing orders as the cluster is traced to families visiting other households public health memos to the community from the health department at age demographics to show infection rate for people under forty. The most state families and children are not following shelter in place or social distancing. LemMe Business Council Chair Lawrence. Solomon in a video message. Friday said he's deeply concerned. The measures were changing. Turn you and your once. I understand that it's against their culture to stay away from our sisters brothers. Mothers fathers grandparents ran shoulder aunties uncles and cousins. Birth in the same household refrained from visiting shorter period of time. The LemMe Public Health Department had not reported new positive cases in weeks. The Euro tribe and seven other tribal governments have filed a federal lawsuit against the US Treasury Department to Release Covert Nineteen Relief Aid to tribes and the cares act. The Billion Dollars set aside for tribes was to be distributed by April twenty six according to the tribe a separate lawsuit involving the inclusion of Alaska native corporations held up funding but tribal leaders are calling for the quick release of the money to help respond to the corona virus. Your Chairman Joseph James and a statement said the Treasury needs to honor its obligation to tribes adding the health and Wellness of native citizens depend on it tribal plaintiffs in California Arizona. Wyoming Oklahoma and Washington state filed the lawsuit last week seeking disbursement of funds new interactive series features. Native artists combining creativity and company to help promote wellness during the pandemic China. Lock it house. More about a dozen people from across the state tune into a video. Chat as Michael Gives instructions grabbed objects from their house. It could be anything salt Shaker. An apple asks everyone to draw object with whatever medium? They have pencil pen krantz and he joins in after fifteen minutes to both sets down his tools and asks her. This prompt is what makes the class unique. It's not about learning to draw. It's about bringing people together and doing something fun. And during the pandemic goal Nassau. Xiaoli facilitates the class. She reads off some answers from participants as feeling accomplished thank you. That was a very chill fifteen minutes. Thankyou says I shake all you works with the Racing Magpie Art Gallery. She also works with South Dakota's branch of the National Alliance on mental health or Nami. It's an organization that provides education and support to people with mental illness. Both organizations are teaming up for the virtual wellness workshop. Creating whether it's writing or drawing or painting like is an opportunity to tap into oneself and to be able to do that safely because you have control like you have your foot on the gas and the brake and you can decide how deep you go when you need to pull back. How you want to engage. Especially if workshops are being facilitated safely unconsciously the wellness workshops are open to the public. Three more artists are scheduled through me. I'm trying to lock it in rapid city and demand. Tony Gonzalez

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Unofficial results show Oglala Lakota voters approve legalizing marijuana. Coronavirus concerns halt large gathering of tribal colleges and universities. Rally planned outside of U.S. Capitol to protect Oak Flat from development.

Native America Calling

03:37 min | 5 months ago

Unofficial results show Oglala Lakota voters approve legalizing marijuana. Coronavirus concerns halt large gathering of tribal colleges and universities. Rally planned outside of U.S. Capitol to protect Oak Flat from development.

"The National Native News Antonio Gonzalez the Oglala Sioux tribe held a vote Tuesday on legalizing medical and recreational marijuana on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota an official numbers as of Wednesday morning show a majority of residents are in favor of legalizing. Both with more in favor of medical marijuana marijuana is completely restricted. In the State Oglala. Lakota citizens also voted on whether or not to legalize alcohol only at the tribes casinos the unofficial count shows. Voters are against allowing alcohol in the casinos. Meanwhile Julian bear runner. President of the Oglala Sioux tribe on Tuesday declared a state of emergency on the Pine Ridge Reservation due to cove in nineteen the declaration outlines threats to Lakota way of life pointing to five corona virus cases in South Dakota with one possible death linked to the disease and cases in neighboring Nebraska. Bear runner requests federal assistance including test kits for the Pine Ridge Indian Health Service. The declaration seeks to protect elders and asks people to restrict visitation to the LAKOTA nursing. Home the emergency declaration follows tribal preparedness. Manning's health and safety concerns have led to the cancellation of a large gathering of students from tribal colleges and universities officials of the American Indian higher. Education consortium announced Tuesday. The annual student gathering planned for next week in Albuquerque will not be held due to corona virus concerns students from Haskell Indian nations university in Kansas are disappointed Kayla pointy was excited to participate. I understand the reasoning behind it. But I'm still very disappointed A lot of my team members have been saving up for the summit like myself. We stayed back. We didn't go in here for spring. Break 'cause we're working on. Our projects are art projects or studying for the knowledgeable. Or just saving money in general We've all really been looking forward to this event in our just kind of like you know don't want to do now a little heartbroken about it student. Sarah Pearl Hall. It had been canceled. This year is Kinda disappointing because I was going to submit a film In this was my first film that I had done in about two years after picking backup short films so really to submit it and see where it goes as far as they hit. Film Festival Troy. Waterson is finishing up his time at Haskell and was hoping to win big at the conference was my last day hoping to do. Last did some of the best pieces of arch which are now going to go relatively unnoticed and for my hand game team as well as part of my lavender. Try Bring home some goal for for Haskell. The annual event brings together nearly one thousand people from tribal colleges and universities across the country. Student show their skills in athletics. Knowledge Bowls Traditional Games and other competitions in recent weeks some tribal colleges announced. They would not participate this year. Due to health and safety concerns and tribal government travel bans a sacred sites rallies planned Wednesday to be held outside the US Capitol Tribal leaders advocates are urging for protection of Oak flat in Arizona from a proposed copper mine. The rally is planned day ahead of a hearing on the issue by the subcommittee for indigenous peoples of the United States. Oak Flat is located east of Phoenix. And is a sacred area to a number of tribes members of the San Carlos. Apache tribe have been leaders in the fight against the copper mine for years. I Man Tony Gonzalez.

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U.S. Senators want Indian Health Service to release report on patient abuse. Umatilla Tribes reopen Wildhorse casino after sanitizing due to coronavirus. FCC official visits Wind River Reservation to discuss rural broadband access.

Native America Calling

03:52 min | 5 months ago

U.S. Senators want Indian Health Service to release report on patient abuse. Umatilla Tribes reopen Wildhorse casino after sanitizing due to coronavirus. FCC official visits Wind River Reservation to discuss rural broadband access.

"This is national native. News Amy on Tony Gonzalez Montana and other senators on the US. Senate committee on Indian Affairs have voiced their concerns over the Indian Health Service decision not to release a report examining the scope of child sexual abuse committed by one of its former doctors. Aaron Bolton has more Dr Stanley Weber was convicted of abusing young native boys on Montana's blank feet Indian reservation in twenty eighteen and more recently on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota last fall after the Wall Street Journal and frontline jointly reported on how. Ihs officials allegedly ignored signs of Weber's abuse. The agency commissioned to report to investigate the claims Montana. Public radio was denied. A copy of the report in early February. I said the report contained protected. Private Information Montana. Senators Steve Daines and John Tasker. Sit on the Indian Affairs Committee in took issue with what they call the agency's lack of transparency. Late last month in response I just said it would provide lawmakers with what it called an executive summary outlining broad findings and recommendations for National Native News. I'm Erin Bolton they you Mattila tribes at Wild Horse Casino in Oregon reopened Wednesday. It was closed for forty eight hours for a thorough cleaning. After employees of the casino was diagnosed with Krona virus and a statement tribal leadership said they reopened the facility after reviewing an inspection report from the tribes environment and safety and Health Departments Wednesdays Corona virus update from the tribal health center to the community states. There are no known positive cases of Corona virus on the Tiller reservation. The employee was being treated in Washington State Falling Mondays. Alert about the exposure. A tribal emergency command center was initiated as a response tribal leadership also closed schools and a senior center for cleaning and counseled tribal events for the week as a precaution as tribes across the country. Prepare for the corona virus. Us lawmakers Wednesday introduced more than eight billion dollar emergency spending package to tackle the corona virus in the US. According to the National Indian Health Board forty million dollars set aside specifically for tribes tribal organizations and urban Indian organizations. The House cleared the bill Wednesday. The National Indian Health Board is seeking assistance from tribes in assessing corona virus impacts in Indian country. Federal agencies are taking part in a national conference call Thursday to provide tribes updates on the corona virus. A federal official recently visited the wind river reservation to discuss it rural broadband access Wyoming Public Radio Savannah. Mar Reports Federal Communications Commission. Chairman Agit Pie met with northern Arapaho tribal leaders and representatives from the tribally owned company. Wind River Internet his visit came after the FCC awarded more than four million federal dollars to a broadband expansion project on the reservation. Pi said that when river internet which is carrying out that expansion is one of only a handful of tribally operated internet providers in the country. They're doing incredible work because they've got to work against odds. Some of the geographic demographic challenges I talked about the in many cases access to capitals limited. And so we're doing everything we can to help. Those tribally owned telecom companies data from the. Us Census Bureau shows that just over half of native people. Living on reservations have access to high speed Internet on Wind River. The number is closer to one third. The FCC's grant is expected to benefit around eight hundred homes on the reservation for National Native News. I'm Steve Anamar demand. Tony Gonzales.

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Tribes opposing Keystone XL project say pipeline will cross Indian land. Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and government reach tentative deal.

Native America Calling

03:48 min | 5 months ago

Tribes opposing Keystone XL project say pipeline will cross Indian land. Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and government reach tentative deal.

"This is national native news on Tony Gonzalez. There's a break in the dispute over a proposed natural gas pipeline in British Columbia which has led to demonstrations and rail blockades across. Canada has Dan Carpenter Chuck reports. A draft agreement was reached after three days of talks stretching into the weekend. Details of the deal. Were not disclosed but those close to the talks say they focused on indigenous rights and land titles Ottawa's Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett says it's the beginning of a better relationship with the whatsoever nation. We I believe have come to a proposed arrangement. Turn it will Also honor the protocols of the with certain people and plans and obviously that that what we've worked on this weekend needs to go back to those clans Bennett. Says the proposal is to ensure that rights holders will always be at the negotiating table chief WAAS hereditary leader says the draft is a milestone the other component that we we worked on was the Rights entitled matter we come up with an arrangement that we see in as as Probably help and assistance to all parties so that we can see the future as as a better outlook or our our occupation on land real blockades. We'll map across the country. As supporters of the chiefs protested in solidarity the barricades brought much of the country's freight and passenger rail service to a near standstill coastal. Gas Link says it will resume construction of the pipeline for National Native News. I'm Dan Carpenter. And another round of briefings and federal court. The Rosebud Sioux tribe says the keystone xl pipeline route crosses land where the tribe holds mineral and surface rights and they say the energy companies own maps show that encroachment the Department of Justice says the presidential permit does not apply to the pipeline as a whole so any encroachment is a problem of state and Local Authorities Victoria wicks reports pipeline advocates have often said keystone. Xl Won't affect tribes because the pipeline does not cross reservation boundaries tribes disagrees saying. They're drinking. Water originates off reservation and could be polluted by oil spills and construction now. The Rosebud tribe points out that the pipeline does cross. It's land and it notes that Transcanada's own maps show that the pipeline crosses at least four tracks of trust land where the tribe has ownership interest under claims of treaty violations the Rosebud Sioux and Fort Belknap Indian community are suing president. Donald Trump who unilaterally issued a permit in two thousand nineteen bypassing his own State Department. The Department of Justice says the presidential permit applies only to the one point two miles where the pipeline crosses the. Us Canada border. And there's no harm to tribal land in that short stretch. West Furlong is an attorney with the native American Rights Fund. He said in an interview. Last summer that contention is disingenuous. Point of this pipeline is to bring oil from Canada to the Gulf coast. And if they can't cross the border and then the entire purpose of the pipeline is frustrated has for the tribes allegations that the president is violating treaties the DOJ response. The treaties are upheld by federal laws such as Nipah and the national historic preservation. Act and those laws are enforced by federal agencies. Not by the president and so they don't apply to the president who bypass federal agencies when issuing the two thousand nineteen permit for National Native News. I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota and demand Tony Gonzalez.

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New train blockade piles pressure on Trudeau in Wet'suwet'en pipeline fight. House passes 'riot boosting' bill amid protests

Native America Calling

03:58 min | 6 months ago

New train blockade piles pressure on Trudeau in Wet'suwet'en pipeline fight. House passes 'riot boosting' bill amid protests

"This is national native news. Antonio Gonzalez ongoing rail blockades and demonstrations continue across Canada and have led to fiery exchanges in parliament as indigenous leaders call for patients and dialogue down carpenter. Chuck reports freight cars or sitting. Idle consumer goods are not getting to market grain and other commodities are not getting reports for shipping overseas and there are fears. The economy will take a hit. Tempers are running short and in the House of Commons opposition parties attack Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Who called for dialogue with the protesters? Do we want to become a country of irreconcilable differences where people talk but refused to listen? We're politicians ordering police to arrest people a country where people think they can tamper with rail lines. But that wasn't good enough for conservative Andrew. Scheer the leader of the official opposition. At least two key things were missing a clear denunciation that the actions of radical activists are illegal and some kind of an action plan. The rail blockades and protests came after police in northern British Columbia enforced an injunction against what so it and hereditary chiefs in their supporters. Who had blocked access to construction on a natural gas pipeline although twenty bend councils along the pipeline route voted in favor the hereditary chiefs opposed it other indigenous leader such as Perry Bell Guard. The national chief of the Assembly of first nations are calling for dialogue. And it's about peace and if you put that piece in those principles of peace and respect in working together you know things will come down but even native leaders are split over whether or not the blockade should come down some say their own people are also suffering from shortages and the point has been made ministers of indigenous portfolios in Ottawa. Say they're waiting for an invitation from the whatsoever and hereditary chiefs to meet and try to resolve the issues for national native news. I'm Dan Carpet. Chuck South Dakota's twenty twenty riot. Boosting law has been approved by the State House and is on. Its Way to the Senate. The controversial bill is a rewrite of last year's law found largely unconstitutional by a federal judge advocates. Say This version ensures safe and peaceful protests but opponents say is still deters free speech and assembly and Pitt's government against Tribes Victoria wicks. Has This report. Republican representative. Michael Dietrich says the bill protects those who exercise the right to speak freely and assemble peacefully. Andy Defense the most controversial aspect of the legislation that protests support could be interpreted and prosecuted as abetting crime has elements that are required in order for someone to be guilty or at least charged with inciting a riot and those elements are specific intent to cause a lawless action representative. Sean Board Doe a Democrat and member of the Rosebud Sioux tribe says. The legislation is not necessary the roost. Here is that south. Dakota's really want this. South Dakota really need this. I think this is very divisive. Bordeaux says the language surrounding the law has been hyped up. I heard burning. I heard destruction. I don't think there's going to be burning. I hope not other opponents say. The legislation peds tribes and environmentalists against government and law enforcement creating a state of fear. The House approved the bill on a forty five to twenty five vote it now goes to a Senate Committee. The legislation specifically addresses protests. That will happen. If the Keystone Excel pipeline is built. That project is still tied up in federal court in Montana with a hearing scheduled for April sixteenth for National Native News. I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota and demand Tony Gonzalez.

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

08:33 min | 6 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Be in one like the pitcher after the game aim with giant ice pack elbow? It's yes so if it's a whole body sauna may feel good but that's not really the most efficient way to target because he was talking in about doing icebox and I mean there's there's research now to say ball. Ice Baths aren't as effective people. Once thought they were just certain. Satin is it's it's that point where you look at a seventeen year career Tony Gonzalez had and you say well. How many games did you miss? And he just has to. Yeah Yeah they're backup quarterbacks who don't ask that wrong that's insane but they're not talking then they just carry a clipboard. Lord how to retire got a splinter repetitive strain injury carpal tunnel. All word. I and then you you look at him and you think will your guy the hit and got here. That's basically your job on the way to a touchdown and you must have had to go through some serious recovery. The only missed two games. That's outrageous. I Don I mean he's he is he the productivity six foot six something like that two hundred and fifty pounds speed strength is like the prototype for what you would look at well. Yeah you know seriously he was. Yeah because I mean when you look at Tony Gonzalez in his career. Titans we're always big but he was the guy that I mean. After he overcame the you know a period where he wasn't catching the ball he he was the guy that was the big huge tight end. That could catch the ball. So He's part of your office. Titans for the most part we're blocked. Were just deny that blocked you you know and now they're in many of you saying his excellence in. That role helped reshape the expectation of that post. Oh without a doubt yeah. There's no way you would have ZAC birds or guy in Dallas. I forget his name. It's because I'm going senile. Who is also one of the greatest titans of all time? I hate to say that But but you know these guys that WHO's on forty niners? was his name kettle or kids. Who can I mean he's got? These guys are all in the vein vein of Tony Gonzalez. All of them. Okay you know. Oh so he so he he. He created a mold. I yeah without a doubt. Oh okay without a doubt. This guy created a mold so going to the failure to find himself and he's ability to catch a ball. Then set the template for all of the greats to follow him in that position. You would imagine the greater compliment. You get as an athlete. Yeah to set a new standard in a new expectation for everyone else who follows well without a doubt I mean because you guys that do follow and they do it better so you look at Gronkowski. Like he's definitely one of the greatest tight ends of all time. Didn't help Brady behind him. Well I was going to say but he did it with the guy that you know. God I hate that Dude. Say Say et yeah he did it did it with the greatest quarterback ever are throwing the ball. So how do you know it's weird to get that kind of comparison you know So but but still there. They're still in the mold Of of Tony Gonzalez. which is I had a while sitting down with him? A little bit of me just reflected on the movie unbreakable. Oh Yeah Yeah you know. Where if they're super heroes among us they might just be another person sitting there and because in the movie unbreakable the And the unbreakable character played by a Bruce Willis Reich right Bruce Willis was in a train wreck. People die he walks off without a scratch. Of course okay. Nice and so. It's why who are who are you. What's and these are the the people who are unbreakable? So are you saying you. Won't you won't find the superpower unbreakable Tony Gonzalez safe you if you if you only missed two games and your that's my point. Yeah that that you don't know if you're unbreakable until you're in a total disaster and you walk away Scott. I'm thinking about the interview. Now that's why the the the Samuel Jackson character wanted to find the unbreakable person so we set up all these disasters plane crashes so that the one person walks away. That's that's the person that's a bit extreme. This is awful movie audience. These people are crazy. What a psychopath? Bring down a plane to see who survives as you must have been wrong. What are you saying that during the interview? I said the the that dog doc whistle. Make your ears perk up. I have a high pain threshold now. That's a size speed strength of mine and you know what you you can hit me. And he don't hurt that much. Well that's the guy who's going to be tied aid. knows is athletes will say that though on not all of I've seen you you know you guys guys guys. That's Tom Brady guys. Guys what's going on guys is what soccer's notorious anybody getting clipped by by insurance look bad way and they fall over a holder ankle. Nobody touched the ankle. Oh yeah I I didn't want to hear I get tweets flop right there when he touched. You know if you touch me you get a twisted talk. You need treatment broken eyelash. That's at least three games out eyelash so yeah then when you look could the guy and he said well if you if your body makeup is you've got this threshold for pain is like Whoa. That's outrageous right. I mean you're going to be looking going to be the Samuel Jackson. I want to be looking for the guys who can suffer pain because they're the guys on my team because I haven't got to worry about them. Not Being ready for the next game you have was the. Is there ever really a professional football players coach. I heard I'm I don't WANNA play. I don't think that's what I think. They have too much. That's not a painting that's how that is Their own self okay. I'm not going to put a name to anyone just best. That's all I know. Is I look at guys like Tony. Gonzalez and Gronkowski Ski. And you know All of these huge men that are playing this game and I thank God for football because because without this sport they would be. Criminals unstoppable criminals. Okay and in a lawless list land. These were the guys that were riding around on horses pillaging villages they would own become. This was guy so I'm just happy with that. These dudes foods in this program on that football players. Thank God for football. Don't ever ban this sport because we're all safer with them on on the field. They just one point of view modern day. gladiators a final thought. Total respect nick for Tony Gonzalez career that low mb pro bowler so many times. And I'm so envious visibility. Yes I know I had a podcast and I was invited to be honest I did did you do it. Yeah yeah it was totally. Here's what I say about this guy. He's good looking. He's got personality -ality. He's super talented at the League. He seems you know Average authentic Yeah I don't like what else during his podcast that I was in his Mama was sitting in the corner Oh that's starts sports edition. I WanNa Tony Gonzalez for giving us that interview. Chuck Gary Neil degrasse Tyson. Your personal astrophysicists bidding. You it was. You could listen star Talk commercial-free free join star talk on Patriot for as little as five dollars per month and the ADS will disappear learn more at Patriot dot com slash star talk radio..

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

03:56 min | 6 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Rebecca Star Techniques Riley We just featured my interview with Tony Gonzalez the Super Bowl. The football great spent a bulk of his career with the definitely be a hall of Famer. And maybe he already yes. He is a guy with seventeen years career and fourteen pro bowls. Okay Yeah says is it all yeah first of all seventeen years in the NFL. And that's amazing. I have a technical question. Yeah if you're good enough to be in the pro bowl uh-huh but you don't play in the pro bowl because your team went to the Super Bowl right. Do you still count as a pro bowler. Yes because it was already made even if you didn't play even play you're still a pro bowler. Okay have a good job trying to take Annetta White from Pearson Baseball. If you don't play in that game you don't count as an all-star low if you got injured you if you voted in but you haven't injured or you don't WanNa play but you pretend you're it doesn't. It doesn't count last. I knew the rules. It doesn't cow stuff house. That's tough. Yeah Yeah so you knew who knows someone like Tony. Gonzalez would be so obsessed with quantum physics. Oh tell me about I think more people than you know. Oh Yeah I have a soft Geek underbelly But this is more this. I mean he's become like the poster boy for where Geeks and jocks collage. What I'm saying only one person eleven? I'm eleven it. We need more of that. We WanNA do. Is normalize what it is to be a geek and that way GEEKS can hide among us without you knowing. Oh sweet like Vampires van only come out at night so they see well. What what I found really interesting was he says yeah? I was just a neanderthal talent. You just give me the ball I get me a TD. I never thought about never had to do this I did the. GM did this is about a never overanalyze. An all of a sudden the failure of certain things made him sit back and take account of himself the gross through pain the gross through failure right and we mentioned that the point is are the people who succeed. Did they always succeed or did they overcome failure and are there are the greatest of anything in this world of expressed talent are is what fed that talent the fact that at some one or more times in their lives they had failed. Yeah and they regrouped. They took stock. It reminds me of my sister her. Okay my sister left college right until she wasn't feeling it okay that she went and hung out got a job. Hung out was at the bar with her friends and she looked around and Said said is this my future these people are losers up. You know you can't tell her that right right go figure that out and then it becomes completely internal to you and so to hear his epiphany. I can't even imagine you're saying his fellow business. Nisa point on Plum Ball. Yes she's being executive with the Ford Motor. Now yes yeah and now. I'm taking a drinking but yeah so I was a I was reaffirmed what I already knew but it's good to hear to. Here's here's someone who who can speak first hand about how great he became from. How low he wants was? Yeah see COMEDIANS. It doesn't work that way they're They're we're too arrogant to know that we failed seriously and comedians. Go Up and bomb right and they won't. They won't come when they come off stage and you look at them like all right like because you never want to say good set because you know it wasn't right so you just go right you know and they look at you and I go. Yeah.

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:45 min | 7 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"How can an individual? Who has everything get involved in something like this a happy little kid in the world? Did you fuck me off. Rain Lennon with them. I had no parties. What you think I was GonNa do become a perfect angels say Joel extremely terrified of his father violent outbursts? We're not uncommon in the Hernandez home and had history of concussion related injuries. Gosh rob-robin hat beginning angry and violent. All right I'll be watching. Remember wasn't just that murder case. There was those two other dudes. Yeah so this is this is going to be I think it'd be good series. I mean it and hopefully the the uncover a lot of stuff. That's still very mysterious stereotype about this dude. The moral the story is you are who you are and fancy cars and contracts and houses and stuff like it doesn't change mean people board violent people or whatever time access. Happy People are happy. Whatever you unhappy people are unhappy in this we we we have this society which is built around once you get that house and once you get that car then once you get that thing or that ability to go on vacation occasion then X Y and Z? It's it's not that it's just you are who you are. That's who you are. That's that's who you are. It's it's like doc it's it's almost. It's like suggesting my dog Phil would be different if we put him in a smaller house or bigger hauser. Huge you just the same creature wherever wherever he is. It's not we do. We're too much of an emphasis on that. And we also as a society we do a lot of like these people are going without. I know plenty of people that don't have money. Who are happy and I know plenty of people have money? Who aren't happy? Happy this. There's no straight line between having things and being happy. An opportunity to the Aaron Hernandez is the World La Times the money in that access fame and that whatever whatever then enabling can exacerbate you know what I mean like Burger people. If he hadn't been a multimillionaire their worst possible. But here's the problem. The problem is once you get that money and you're still exactly the same inside at night. You still feel unhappy you. I still feel angry or whatever that is whatever that thing is once you get the money you realize it can't be solved or you think the answer there is Part of being poor and being unhappy and going yeah. I'm unhappy because I don't have air conditioning or whatever but if I got air conditioning then I would be a different person. Most people get to have that as a sort of perpetual carrot and a stick out in front of them but once you get hold of the carrot and you don't like it you. He realized you're not happy. That's tough we have smile. Lisa threesome story. Yes breaking a couple more allegations a woman claimed smelly grab after but during a photo session and purposely made contact between it's peanuts and her buttocks and then one woman claimed that when she visited smileys house he opened the door and he was not wearing pants he later asked her to have a threesome with him and his executive producer who report claimed was seen naked and smiley's bed with a frightened. Look Oh God and that that changes things. The guy's name is smiley. Yeah I I provide Guy Smiley from the muppets now. You can argue. I answer the adore with my pants off all the time I asked. The GRUB guy asks the sparkle it's asked them out you don't invite the I will bring in one hundred and ten witnesses testify if I'm in a courtroom and you can prove to me that you exclusively answer the door without pants then I'm going to look I'm I'm GonNa let this one slide. I suspect you saw her coming up the walkway and removed. You're paying more likely but if we can get a the mailman subpoena the ring video doorbell. We can get a whole bunch of that footage you just answering the door with your pants down the Jehovah's Witness to watch their what then I will move move past that. Yeah okay so I well at least that Shit. Yeah I don't know how we're GONNA get the producer the producer in the bedroom. That's like I don't know about the frightened Kawata speculation there most gals I've had sex with haddish frightened. They were concerned they were concerned. Are Cautious. There were cautiously concerned. All right. Let's bring it home. You got it. I'm Gina Grad and. That's the news. Mayor of zero fucks Ville.

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

11:17 min | 7 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Three four one seven four four Mac pat and I were discussing Rose McGowan and being an activist and I said yeah all roads lead to narcissism and he coined the phrase NARCEA vest. I oh that's yeah that's kind of the new world or Lodden narcissists out there all right we have a new video at. What is the name of this guy always makes me laugh? He does for years Chadli Canoga Park ones. Then yeah because it's just never shopping. It's it's really what now it's funny because it's true and it'd be nice. If some of the city officials take notice of these things are kind of millions of years. Why are we living this way? Were mainly we understand. Here's I just told Max Patti go take a picture of a million boxes that were dumped. So she's we're looking at a huge pile of stuff now. I don't know if you got up on it. But they must be are. They like fruit vallat their dates their date all jewel dates so somebody selling food and they don't WanNa deal with disposing of the okay. So this isn't a supermarket and this isn't a restaurant. This is somebody who selling doing stuff on the street and they don't want to deal with the boxes so they dumped them now city of Los Angeles you guys understand and that or are starting to understand that if you have a populous who is addicted to heroin that you're going to give them needles so they don't get in fact we're going to facilitate this or we'll have safe injection zones or something like that you realizing there's a problem trying signed to address it. There's a problem with dumping garbage everywhere and you must now have some remedy for you must address it like like a problem just like you dress. Heroin is a promise. That's something you enjoy. It's just we've a problem. Yeah and we're going to facilitate some Serbia ought to be away safely shoot up or get your Methadone or whatever it is you can drop off your baby. Can we drop off some boxes right. If you don't why she will date dump them at dump them at a firehouse team. Can we do that with garbage. Because we're being inundated with garbage because L. A.. Especially has this. Huge underground economy are all these people vendors out on the street selling flower selling food food-selling dates wrapped in Bacon or whatever it is this huge. They're they don't have dumpsters behind their property and the don't pay cheap and it's it's not close like if you want to do the right thing you've got to drive across town and then get out ninety bucks handed to someone privilege and you're not a rich person because because you're selling food on the street or flowers produce or or cactus or whatever. It's not going to happen. It's not going to happen. So you're gonNA take all these boxes that all the flowers and all the produce and all everything came in and you're gonNA dump them in the street. That's what you're GONNA do now. I'm aware of this. Let's be aware this and I get it. It's like why. Why don't those people pay eighty dollars to go dump? Well they're not I don't know what about all the other things we pay for graffiti removal like. Why don't we get at the gangbangers to chip in and remove it themselves? They're not doing that. They're not gonNA. They're not going to do the right thing. So we pay taxes so we're going to allocate a little money into these dumpsters stirs or whatever it is go super simple. Go to the places where they are dumping and put some big receptacle Nicole. There happened the first time things. But let's see how the year got us. It's normally STUCCO and building material toilets but it's been gone bring been going on for decades the city. This is figure this stuff out and then you just act accordingly. Or you're not really interesting. That's that's what I figured out. All right. Right We'll play the video because John Max on line six John Are you good. How are you collect interest? Have we met before we have met a variety of of shows back gauge and whatever I look like every other Jewish writer. So there's no real you know for back stage you can just say variety writer and working with Louis on on that with Louis. Sorry who who were. Who Am I thinking of? We just base Ricky Gervais and Louis Louis Ricky Rickie How is it working with Ricky and working on all the jokes and the monologues and all that stuff tell us that process? Yeah it's it's great. Yeah you know. I've worked work with them on five Golden Globes on all five and as you know there's host writers in their show writers and you know like the Oscars when I do it and with Ricky you know done one or the other and sometimes both with Ricky. It's great it's you know you start about a month and a half out. He sends a variety of topics. He wants to address. And and you just start sending jokes Just email because he's over in England Then what happens. He came in We met on Thursday and Friday Matt Robinson is the other writer myself ricky. We just got a room. At the four seasons we spent about four hours just going over the monologue and slotting stuff from what he liked He had it in order. And then the stuff that isn't monologue worthy. You know it's it's a lot easier when you're doing a presenter Intro to take good monologue joke and do that and then say okay now please. Welcome Adam Corolla rather than try to have one of those. He's this and she's that please introduce. That's the process. Well Ricky stuff is hysterical and it's true and it's biting and those are the three things you you wine and everyone is buzzing about it more so than I've heard in a long time. Which is I've been saying for a long time? I've been sort of intimately involved with this world and people keep saying to me like when is this stuff gonNA end. And I've said the COMEDIANS will be the tip of the spear. It'll start with the Dave Chapelle saying I'm not gonNA band. It's not a popularity contest. Ricky surveys things I got. It'll start with the COMEDIANS. And it'll it'll trickle down do you brie with that John One hundred percent And again I've been lucky enough to work with you know Chris Rock. You know who's in that same genre you know. And it's it's you're right it's Chris. It's Dave it's ricky and they're the ones doing and what I found intriguing. This time is in Ricky's monologues. In the past you know he would perhaps talk more about individuals. You know the Charlie Sheen Mel Gibson. Whatever he went more for the institutions? This time we went more for you know the Hollywood you know bigger institutions and I think that that really is what made the model out so effective in so biting Stein. Aw also feel like there was so much pent up demand for. It's kind of like that movie. footloose where they told the townspeople. Couldn't I got it like everyone. Everyone just collectively went fuck. Yes I've been waiting to hear this for such a long time instead of everyone sort of pandering during to whatever big issue woke issues out there. Somebody that's go right for. I've often thought Ricky is has this English accent accent which somehow makes it look. Let's face it if you're if you're Chris Rock you're black it's easier it's easier to go Jimmy. Kimmel can't go up and do what Chris Rock does he just knocked down. Work and Ricky. Your race has a little bit of black people as a little bit of a cultural thing where you kind. Hey did you can kind of make it work and does because of the way he delivers it because he says pedophiles Foxtrot. That's right it just him. I'm saying that are using the word. Minj crabby up. Which of course I had no idea what was until a week and a half ago and what you know what he doesn't? I think you hit it on on the head out of his that he's an outsider. That you know you're Chris Black. That makes you an outside of these that ricky being being English makes you outside or to the American establishment. And he didn't you know he wasn't concerned and he wasn't focused on the people in the room. He's focused on the audience at uh-huh well I made it so effective. I think the audience now obviously Tim Allen do the same monologue would not go over very. Yeah well also I think the audience is basically like an animal and if you show fear they're going yeah but he is up there with a pistol whip in a chair. He's an verbally. Saying I don't care. Mayor of giving the flexibile right and the over over Kathy Griffin the fact that he kept saying this combat my last one. I don't care which is sort of a brilliant in a in a way it's sort of like when trump does is low energy jam or whatever corrupt whoever doesn't him resetting with I don't care made the next joke work even better. Yeah exactly and it right from the beginning you know. I don't care I never did you know is is really just setting. Exactly you know the tone for that and you're right. He brought it back a couple of times what I also loved about. His performance is such a brilliant river is when he told a joke. And whether it's about Jeffrey Epstein or about Harvey Weinstein and it didn't get you know and it got the reaction that you get when people people could use this subject with a target of the joke right. He's there he's not my friend. Is Yours Camera. Great that was an ad libbed line got lap cels. ooh So you're prepping Democratic presidential candidates since nineteen ninety six. How how does that work? And how does one even get into that business. Well I in a in a former career used to run political James Carvel's herbals. My closest friend has been for thirty years and Iran campaigns up until ninety two. I got tired of traveling. The two hundred seventy eighty nine year that you do for fun. I sent some jokes in the Leno before Jay took over the tonight show and he called me up and Harvey And I've told my partners in Washington. DC y'all be gone. You know doing this for thirteen weeks. I mean you know the GIG thirteen weeks with a they have the option for the next fifty years and I just.

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

12:24 min | 7 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Big believer in that and just go read about it. I can read out using people in show business that hit that rock bottom bounceback. What did they do to get there? How how why was Michael Jordan? So Oh good. If there's other guys out there just as tall justice can jump forty inches can do all the same stuff but why was he so good. That's what I'm obsessed with. Well it's interesting now now. There's so many examples in so much information you know I think in the past you could said well it takes something like diet it. You just didn't know you had to government pyramid you know it's the fifties or the seventies you don't have access to what you've been talking about. There's no laird. Hamilton's house in Malibu a cold damp you got the government pyramid. You go to school. They feed you all the info out there now people people there's some people that just gobble it up like you are like you are like a a burner in a old steam train that we're just shoveling information into and you're burning it up or shoveling. Keep Shoveling Coal this information Cole. And you and then there are other people like that door shut its locked. There's no fire there. And if you try to get a little coal in there they'll fight you on it. And and and I'm starting to realize that as technology speeds up and as the world's speeds up and as the information flows they're going to be people people like you and layered or you know Joe Rogan or whoever who are GONNA speed up. They want more. They can't be satiated. And so you're going to see you know you're going to see these people every few years and they're going to be different people they're gonNA know so much more they're gonna done so much more they're gonNa have so many more experiences under the vow and then other people are just digging in and go and even deeper into this whole of no information no improvement set in my ways. It doesn't make sense. The guys like you and me who are like we gotta make Hay while the sun shines man. I wish I knew this shit. Twenty years ago someone had shared this with me. But it doesn't make sense when you're walking around going. I wish somebody shared this with me and then you say to somebody now I'm going to share it with you and go fuck off. That's true who don't want this. That's raising kids right. It's like I have four children and it's just like raising kids in in. You're saying you're so I want you. Listen listen you know. You're you're just you're questioning yourself. That's the only person go look in the mirror. It's that analytical mind. Some people can't shut off to and and I'm I'm a believer. I really am a believer to a fault meaning but also I have I think common sense and the one question just. How's it working out free so if you tell me hey if you run up this hill fifteen times and you catch a thousand balls and you you lift this weight? You'll be a first team all pro. I'm going tobacco really. I'll do it. I didn't do that my first two years in the NFL. Though I was trying to do it my way. And that's what I said like just listened to the people that have gone before you. It's really is that simple. It really is that simple. I say like how's it working out. I've I've always sort of couched it this way which is how. How is this thing serving you like you know there's people ago? Hey Man I'll get in someone's face and I'll tell them what I think and sometimes they don't like it but I and I go. How's serving you? Why you've been fired from your last seven jobs yet? 'cause you keep getting into people's faces in sharing your truth that it's not serving you. Treat your life like this gin rummy hand which. I don't really know how to play GIN rummy. But what it is you get a card that you need and you go okay. That's a good good card and then you go. Here's a card I don't need. I'm going to discard that card eventually. You build this great hand of good cards and we all have cards. What's that work for us? And then some things we need to discard. Let it go. Don't hang onto it with both hands. Bill the stronger hand you have have probably made a life where you've had qualities that were positive that work that served you. Let's enhance those. Let's work on this more and then there's some qualities qualities that don't serve you you go. Let's see if we can discard those and we'll replace them with a better card to stronger hand just sort of the way I think about about it and some people are just hanging onto their cars two hands and just won't let him go. Yeah and that's and those type of people even for those people. Let's say you're one of those people on your like Shit. I can't get out of my own way. I don't know why. Just keep keep having the same thoughts I wake up in the morning. It's always it's the same stuff out of the bed same style you know. I have a coffee offi. I do this. I get pissed off and traffic. My wife drives me nuts. Whatever it is the boss makes me crazy and I can't turn it off? I can't how they're really just go to take a week and the beautiful thing about being an athlete too is we have an off season And so that offseason reflect every year. I always like had like a week. I would. I would travel by myself out of the country in go reflect and have a good time to. I was single so I would. I would like a combination fund trip slash. Let's reflect and refocus this and really dive in and be honest with myself and see where I'm at in that moment and there's a lot of stuff there's a lot of ways out there to to get in touch with that not religious but that spiritual side of things that yeah that is. I know spirituality scares some people but I'm not talking religion here. I'm talking. Get into that. Inner Salvadoran atheists that higher self the going inwards. Or whether I don't care what God you believe in like going to that in just really given up insane a an open to new experiences in. I'm going to go for the PODCAST. I should mansion wide open with Tony. Gonzalez it's available on apple podcasts. And spotify is well on the website YouTube dot com slash. Tony Gonzalez Shoot him a Tweeden. Tony Gonzalez Eighty eight. I was discussing this concept apt with somebody yesterday and I've always tried to approach life this way and he told me for make sense to you. I've I've always had the ability. Elliot's short of hover outside of myself in look at myself and see how my interactions are behaving or what's working. What's not working? You can't be be inside yourself and get a clear view of what's going on a lot of the time so if you're driving down the freeway and somebody cuts you off. Then it's you. They cut off and now you're pissed at them and you're having a reaction a better way to be. Is Your bird flying over our two cars and you're looking down and you're in one of them but you're not looking at it through the windshield. You're looking through it from up above and you're able to assess and see what the other person is doing and even see through their windshield and now you'll see that their kid was crying in the back and they're distracted they momentarily turned back and that's when they went into your lane urine. You're line going. This asshole tried to kill me but if you look through their window their their windshield of life you'll see a completely different vantage point and so before you are triggered by this thing. Look at it through their window. And I've often said to people when I said Why's your neighbor Piss? And they'll go because he's an asshole. Alko what would he say. What if I said to him why are you? I would say because I'm an asshole and then the person will always go well he. I borrowed an orbital sander of his and then it it got stolen and replaced it. And that's what I think he's pissed about and I go okay. Well it's not because yes he's an asshole then because you borrowed his orbital sandy never replaced it and I go. Yeah I guess so. Yeah but it's not Hansel so kind of golden rule it. I love that I in a lot of people do but also you could say that and I know you're probably good at that because you've practiced this to you have to start practicing or nothing. Just start practicing this stuff. Just take it one day at a time in prayer and it takes time. You're not gonNA just all of a sudden wake up tomorrow I'm back. Oh Shit Guide cover Cut me off. Oh it's okay. Maybe maybe he's got the kid screaming in the background. It's hard when the heat is on your your your natural self GonNa come out but for me the way one of the tricks that I do is Before I every day I wake up the morning before I do anything and I'll be somewhere I'll set the alarm for fifteen minutes or it only takes him about fifteen minutes but I just keep my eyes closed aren't even open my eyes up and I will. I will see my day coming before me and I did this with football. You know before the Games I would. Let's see every play that I'm going to play in that game or practice that day I would see myself interacting. I'd see myself getting my ass kicked on a couple of plays and I'd see myself reacting the way I want it to react and it would be real. This isn't just you know positive. Talk to myself. This is like I'm in the moment in the future feeling. I'm smelling it. I see myself sweating a look up in the crowd. I'd see the crowd yelling for me. I'd see my coach. Pat Me on on the on the head saying good job like I would get out there and live the experience before it happened happened. And that's what I do every morning. Now I like before I even. I knew I was coming on this show. Like I know that I want to be fully present and honest and in the best. Ask version of myself. I try to see that every morning and you'd be surprised a lot of the times and I see myself in traffic. I see myself with my wife all the married about their like like like the the patients that you need for marriage after thirteen years in dealing with four kids like see myself the the the the way I want to be And that's something that has really really helped me Because then when the moment does come. It's like I've already been here. It's easy I got it up on. TV V now. When I do my shows on Sunday for Fox it's it's like there's no fear anymore and I tell myself and I feel not do? I say I'm fearless. I say that but then I also feel fearless fearless. Oh I'm I'm entertaining when I'm on front of in front of the camera. That's what I feel and whether whether it's true or not that's that's the emotion emotion that you have. I'm a big believer that success and it goes back to the town the Big Guy who runs fast and strong coming into the NFL. He'll never make it unless emotionally emotionally He feels like he's belongs there like I am enough. I got this. You have to know that any situation that comes at you see it before it happens and be prepared for it. It's just a little bio hack right there in the morning that I do fifteen minutes is close your wake but your eyes are closed. How do you balance? And I'm asking for myself. How do you balance? I belong along here on the man as we discussed earlier with a little. Bit of running scared like a little bit of show-business is it's so funny because I think about all those people that were big stars or you saw on TV when you're younger growing up or even five years ago and they're they're gone and people go. Yeah like Yeah and they realized they can't even think of their names like you can't even think of examples because you've forgotten their name and these guys were big when you're in high school or college ten years ago or whatever. It is an athlete. Being an athlete's its way to hear today gone tomorrow fast real fast and there's an element of needing to throw track out in front of this train like and and part of it is motivated by little fear ma-maybe it's positive or healthy fear but it's a kind of hey man. I got a family and they got a pretty big monthly monthly nut. Like I got to peddle this bike like I'm not taken weekends and holidays off like I got. It makes him hay while the sun shines. So it's a kind of a balance between confident. Feeling like I.

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

13:05 min | 7 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Two points for that. The blog belongs to Russian. Memorize a few seconds. Only seven hundred million people on twitter. Don't know half of them. Wow wait a second grand slam in the bottom of the ninth. You need to recuse yourself. Good Sir Probably Right I. I skimmed a few of them before. I told Max a padded do this and the part about not not don't litter and then Chew Gum felt weird to me because I hate the worst. I the thing I hate worse than litter is when people throw their come on the ground so I was. I remember getting stuck on. Don't don't later at Dash do chew. Gum flew in the face of what we're like jog smoke. So it's doc pull this one word. He'll pull this down a little bit of research. I think googling googling Glenn Beck I think some sort of artificial intelligence Think about right. We're digging all right impeach impeach the president and all his men is that Rosie O'Donnell not the bio elissa Milano or Bette midler. ooh All right great on twitter. Yes she is she has lots to say all right Elissa is got a little more. I gotTA save humanity little more about her more of a whimper than scream Yeah a little more. I'm here to save everybody so that with her. Now it's kind of between bet and Rosie. I'd like to think more clever than it would be nice right but you'd like to think Rosie was more clever because Rosie's a really talented wanted actress. Stand up. You know like it's it's it's a sad it's a little sad testimonial worthy angry trump's the funny me which is kind of going on right now. A lot of people semi sort of funny I and then we'll get a similar thing with Mike more like he's become a he and Rosie comparative themselves themselves. They must they must keep up this persona right. You can be funny or make a movie about other things. You might actually listen to you more. If there's a little it'll humor in that right there. Is this thing where not only well. Michael Moore said dresses like an out of work lesbian trucker which is like he he literally if he's leaving the house in his sweat. Jacket is in front up enough. He'll wet park. SUV on it for ten minutes. Pull it off and then put it on in in case someone has a camera. Yeah it's it's an insane. It's like it's so counterintuitive but it's like if you go to like an old school kind of diner minor and you look up at all the black and white pictures of all the stars of your everyone will be smoking child star so be. Smoking have have the proper Shirley Temple. Jackie coogan solely a cigarette at nine. They're like hey you're gonNA take a picture. Well here's a cigarette. I don't smoke I know but cahiers now. We're doing this thing where it used to be like people may be taking pictures get dressed up. You're leaving the house now. It's like hey rich guy from put down you got to. You have to sure message right. I guess all right what do you think. I think it's Bette Midler. Oh I'M GONNA Rosie. I my perfect streaks on the line in here I'm going Rosie. The Bio belongs to Rosie. O'Donnell really stinking up this game. I am either three for three or five for three counting this actor Mushroom forger scuba certified diver scientific American Subscriber Dog. Mom generally stoked Zoe Saldana Zoe. Saldana fell all down in stone. Or Brie Larson Wow could scuba certified scuba and all around the time. This does now this chick I could hang with fun like I feel like I just said. Or Hey Babe I'M GONNA move you've for some lobster tonight and I just hand her spear yeah out there yeah. I'll be. Yeah I'm going to the store to get the steak if you go out to the surf get the Sir Right now. I think Brie Larson is to woke to not mention Anywho Anywho Kness and all about fun in the Sun. Yeah I was enjoying life right. Yeah she just doesn't seem like she gets a gets gets her hair hair wet but so we re has bree has I think she has some strong political opinions about women and women in place. I'll bet you you. I know be interesting sort of compare and contrast if in fact. It's not Brie Larson. I'd like to hear what Brie Larson's is because my thing would be a little more feminists feminists something real more activists in their. Zoe may have a dusting of that. Although I really know nothing of her Emma Stone Sounds Fun. Seems Fun and I'm going Emma. Stone so whistle donnas Puerto Rican Dominican. No person of color has ever said stoked Ever but access to some good good but she was. She's James Cameron's girls from Avatar. He loves the underwater. Oh wow still the stoke thing. I'm going along with Emma. Stone part of me wants to say Brie Larson for the Shiites like. She would tell us that she's not a scientific American a subscriber but not yeah. That's true is blonde. Why why ruin a perfectly good losing streak? I'll stick with Brie Brie Larson Emma Stone. It is not on twitter again. It is bree Larson show still no personal. Keller Sever said Stout okay. Wow I've never been more wrong. Her she scuba certified scientific American. Wow seems cool dog mom she does now now sir all right. Let's do one. More Mayor of Zero Fox Ville time in Grammy Award winner. Two Time New York Times bestselling author is it Lily Tomlin Adam Corolla Kathy Griffin or Lewis Black. Oh interesting mix genders sorry. I was too tired of Ram and Kathy Griffin already. Know this for an auto audiobook audiobook. We'll do another one. Yeah I read Catholic. I remember everyone on cloud Lewis Black. Let this let this Circle this date on your calendar next time someone goes. Oh Adam you know you maybe bub-bubba I will always point out if I know something and advanced technical in point out shared advanced but it was fun pointed share out. We study ahead of time. 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I'm an right there fucking thing and they should be a little buzzed. Alex Truth Cook for Shit. Either fucking screaming. The Sky's falling ignores her second part. Come on let you know what who should right. You know. She writes your twitter. Your you're at your access. Your ex your ax. Find out exactly who you are. Not a bad idea is a good bit. Yeah Yeah Chris. Skin does all the REX's all right cries while beating off all right just Kawabata. She's the perfect Bersin. She's like into she. She's worth a billion dollars because she selling all this like organic food online and in love and loves like architecture and design. And it's hot. It's getting the most diverse could be anyone. Abilities Kerry Washington. 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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

12:45 min | 7 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Forty four degrees and forty nine degrees in that pool. It's all painful but it's a little little bit more but I'm telling you the cold water plunge it is. It's so good I love it I love it. You know laird. Hamilton share surface so he invited me. He does these. You gotta go up there if you ever want to challenge yourself go. Do you want to the workouts at his house. Yeah I went up. There invited me. And he's got this whole pool and he's got infrared saunas on is by the pool. He's got regular Saunas he and then he has the cold where he puts the ice and Nice Tub which obviously has an athlete you call. I was a pussy. I I never liked doing that stuff right but I went up there. And he's like get an and they feel that I mean it's pretty much in a little bit of water and it's our that's got to be colder than four. That's that's thirty something. Yeah what is What is is Water Max Pat? That's gotTa be doc somewhere between the mid thirties and the low forties. I'm I'm assuming either way. See to me. We're talking about the physiological benefits of all that were discussing but I also feel like there's a psychological benefit to it. I am to things it's like I used to say to people. They talk about therapy you know and they go well. What did you learn in therapy? Or what's good about therapy or house therapy work and I go simply Eh. Engaging in therapy is therapeutic saying once a week I'm going to carve out an hour and a half or two hours or whatever it is to go somewhere and sit down and work on myself. Psychologically emotionally like just the idea that I've decided to do. This is is helpful. And just the idea that you're engaging in this behavior is super helpful. It means you're tuned into yourself. You're trying to data yourself and then there's the secondary part which is the Saunas hottest shit and the cold plunges. Coal the Shit and you're rich and you don't have to do it but you're doing it anyway. It's kind of like making yourself uncomfortable. which is the best time? That's how you grow right. Never going to get better better by not sitting there and taking the hits and doing it willingly how do yes. You're imposing it on yourself. Yeah Yeah I'd love to. I'm all about that. I will do. I will do the cycle. I started meditating. I've been doing visualization of zoom. When I played sports I believe I believe every great? Athlete has some type of visualization exercise. Whether he knows it or she knows it or not but then when I got complain I really got into meditation and then Wim Hof breathing which is uncomfortable on everybody's ever done that? Have you ever done that. Yeah it's it's I liked it. I The hyperventilation fifty to fifty nine ice ice bath. How can an ICE TUB be warmer than my swimming pool that that is the catch batting ice to keep the temperature around fifty five pro athletes? really either way your balls are going to hurt and I may not have have a big Dick but I got plenty of all when you get out of that thing. They're all the landing gears so you're great athlete athlete and a and a gifted athlete. And then I think what gets you so there are a lot of guys out there you know if you go back the day. Take Guy like Hollywood Henderson. He was a great athlete. He played for the Dallas Cowboys. I think he did a pick six and took one of the house. Allison the Super Bowl and blah blah blah. The guy was a very colorful guy who was a little bit of a Lawrence Taylor. Maybe a little bit before Lawrence Taylor but he had no work ethic I it was ahead case and he played a few years in the league. Because your natural ability will let you hang around in the League for few years. Yeah but if you have a bad work work ethic and a ten cent had eventually. You're gone when you have a great physicality in an insane work ethic then and you become Tony Gonzalez Jerry Rice now. You've you've taken the two things and you've kind of put them together. Yeah but usually really the problem with the guys that have the amazing physicality is short. Become like hot blondes. In highschool like why study study. Yeah I don't need to hit the books. I'm having a good time. Yeah so how do we take the guy who's sort of the physical specimen in your what size Schutte where sixteen sixteen and the big hands in your what six four six five six five gifted athlete. How instill the work ethic in the gifted gifted athlete? Well because you get away with your athleticism like you said when you're a kid I'd never. I don't think I worked that hard when I was younger. It's just I I was going to go out there and kick your ass because I'm bigger stronger faster than you when you get to the NFL or any professional rank One thing I always told rookies when they came in is welcome to the world of you're no L. longer special. It was like oh you run a four four. Oh great great so does he does He. Oh you bitch five hundred pounds good for you. So does that guy that guy was all. He's all American to dislike you. So you're you're no better than us now. With what separates you now is your mental and how you connect your brain to your heart. How can you get that to coexist with each other? And sometimes sometimes it takes It takes a while to figure that out because I was no stronger. No faster NO SMARTER THAN I was after my rookie year but what changed for me was a lot of. I don't know if you know the story about me but I lead the NFL in dropped passes and got benched twice my second year in the League and got booed. Who'd by the home crowd got written up in the papers that I'm a bust and all that all that shit and I went through a little bit of a depression started drinking started making bad decisions? Because I was depressed I was I was hurt inside. And so that's where things really changed for me when I went through that shit experience I started reading because of it and I never read before I start educating myself on all things because I knew that I never wanted to to feel how I felt before after I went to the walled there for a little while felt sorry for myself I came out of it. 'cause my brother gave me a book by Vince. Lombardi a little book of quotes and then off of that. I went and got Vince. Lombardi's book then off of that. I started with Pat Riley. I started reading about Michael Jordan. Start reading about Phil Jackson Serene about okay. This is what it takes to be great. This is why people are so great in and it's all because the way they think that's that's what separates. All of us is the successful people. Live has nothing to do to to me. You have your natural talent and you go towards that direction but then if you WANNA be great at it it's about how you talk to yourself Daily by I second that mean do I have this my good enough. Can I compass this shit in my bad ass. The the the guys. That are the best I've ever played with. The one consistent. Assistant thing is that they have no doubt when they step on the field. It's like I'm the baddest motherfucker walking in here and I'm Gonna I'm GonNa win every every ball. That's that's me I'm going to catch not like don't drop it. Don't drop it without CIA to think. Now I got this ball and when it's in the air there's nothing you can do to stop me. Nothing nothing but try to get to sure most people have sort of a spiral like they go positive or negative. And when you drop a bunch of balls and you get benched and it's your second year so the jury's kind of out or maybe the juries in maybe don't have hands and and you go back and he started drinking a little. Most people drink more than he go. Further down that road. They don't have a correction mode. That can't correct I. I can't tell you and you know you've been around it from sports. How many times somebody said is somebody? Hey you gotta fix this thing you gotta fix it fast otherwise wise. You're going to be gone like hey employee you've gotTa Prom you're late too often. You need to focus on that. And they're late the next day they just don't have the ability. How many coaches have you heard? Say to a player. You need to fix this thing and they actually. Some people will double down on the behavior. VR is a weird defiance disorder. Something like you can't talk to me. And then they're out of the league. How many guys in the League where everyone has ability? Obviously you don't make that roster you don't get invited there you don't get drafted if you don't have crazy ability it's all about the head the bodies a given van because you wouldn't be there if you couldn't hack it. How many what does that self destruct? And how many times you've seen it. I've yearly. You're all the time the league's loaded with. There's so many guys that you look at these. You should be a pro bowler. You should be an all-star right. You're you're you're you're squandering millions dollars because you can't figure this this out and a lot of guys don't you're you're right about that but I think it's all about who you hang out with. I don't know how guys everybody's got you know their stories on who they who they grew up with. I don't know what happened with the when they were kids. But for me I knew my mom and my older brother Chris They were big impacts on me to say you need no people in your life to a lot of guys in the League in show business. I'm sure you've seen it. You've got guys around him that that we'll tell them. Yeah Yeah it's okay. Yeah Yeah Yeah where I had some no people in my life saying look. You're not as cool as you think you are. Oh you had you had one hundred yards today today. I saw you miss five blocks. I saw what happened in the fourth quarter on that one player whatever and so and I believe him and I trusted him to. And that's that's where a lot of guys they just don't they don't WanNa they can't trust the opinions of others or they just won't listen for whatever reason And I don't know why that that's. That's that's what I've come to the conclusion because I don't understand it. So you've seen so many people self destruct in squander so many millions of dollars in in a way when we're talking about what I see I see guys that are funny and have potential but they don't know how to practice or workout cowed or how to Piss off the wrong people or whatever. But it's sort of nickels and dimes. You see people who are dealing with millions of dollars who don't have the potential to do anything else. Yeah flame out at twenty four and a half because they won't listen to what the coach saying or they won't work on this technique sneaker that technique for this very small window in time. Yeah well you know a lot of it too. I think there's a thing called the transformative power of crisis and for me. That was my crisis that second year. Getting benched I never been benched before I was always study. I was a first round draft choice like it came easy for me and then once I hit the that shit time like it hurt. It really hurt me badly. I was crying. I was in tears night drinking. I remember Jack and coke locking the door and just drinking like eight ten before I'd go to bed at night during the football season because I was in this and then of course you just keep spiralling only that right now you do have shitty practice and so I hit that rock bottom and so it was scary for me like to say I can never wanna feel like that again and I never are. We allowed. I'M GONNA go down swinging and I'm going to listen to you. Have to humble yourself and say obviously the way I've been doing it hasn't been working. I think that's the best. Whatever whatever belief system you have I'm talking religion or whatever stoicism Philip Philosophy for living? Just look in the mirror and say to yourself. How does that work enough we? How's it working for? Are you thriving. Are you where you WANNA be. Are you kicking ass. You got the girls. Are you going to the front of the line at the club. Dissolved important stuff back then and are you getting paid the millions dollars signing that car. You're going to the pro bowl and all those questions were no for me. And I'm like well I gotta change his shit and that's why I went out and that's why success leaves clues who's big believer in that and just go read about it. I can read out using people in show business that hit that rock bottom bounceback. What did they do to get there? How how why was Michael Jordan? So Oh good. If there's other guys out there just as tall justice can jump forty inches can do all the same stuff but why was he so good. That's what I'm obsessed with. Well it's interesting now.

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:15 min | 8 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Great great great granted three wishes. What would it be to have everybody? I love live forever for me to live forever and by the jets fucking super bowl hundred. It's not gonNA happen the home of all time. I can't wait. I'm going to be film when I buy and win Super Bowl jets and now you're going to be in it because that's that'd be my favorite part with everybody who said I can't do it and it's like fuck you. I told you so. Go ahead keep dreaming if you if you can make one food healthy food guy. Oh that's go to be any. This is a great great. Go Crazy. filthiness muffins muffins. have their so high in calories muffin. I love muffins like corn. Like like I love Muffins. It's my favorite like when I'm travelling like a coffee with like like a corn muffin or or bring like an. I love fucking muffins. A muffin all the things you could. Okay good okay person in history that you Linda dead. The person in history you could sit with and have a muffin Randy Macho man savage Randy Macho Man Randy Macho man savage is. I'm sorry Randy Macho man savage average it was a very big factor in my childhood his promotion. I would argue that the way I do. Content is affected by Richard. Pryor and Randy Macho man savage that if view that I actually that that is what you're actually subtly seeing with my own but if you look at like when I have to promote when I promoted conference would conferences like. Can you make a video. Oh saying you're coming so we can run some ads and and sell some tickets you daniel come over but like hey October ninth in Miami. And I'm like October October ninth in Miami. I'm coming to give the greatest Chehab literally like I was like doing a debate about you. Better Watch out Tony Gonzales. Because I'm going to bring you know like I literally go into wrestling promotion mode that's great okay. Last one type of those type of questions. Let me see What's your favorite movie? And why my favorite movie is Empire Strikes Back Star Wars to end. The reason is when I started feeling American being accepted in America America was a big thing for me so the jets was part of that. We won't go into because we want to over but that was when I started feeling American Empire strikes back caught my attention it so you know I got one action figure dollar ninety nine for my birthday and I thought it was too crazy. I can't believe my parents bought me that because we were so poor and then more importantly as I got older and really watched all the movies. ABC's the story of good verse bad and everything we've been talking about the fine line between how the force plays on good or or on the dark side is something I think a lot about and I think it's a classic story and also merchandised and commercial and that movie means something to me All right final question. What's winner of your life that you'd like to improve in that you're wide open to learning more about? That's a great question. I think we spoke about the whole time. I WANNA continue to feel comfortable in the micro on a one on one level with conflict negatively and candor on a one to one on a one to seven I can roll but on a one to one I feel like I started Ed naturally just like a great things started at one hundred. I think naturally in that issue I started as a ten. I think that I'm at sixty five. Which and I think I've gone on from thirty to sixty five in the last three years professionally and personally but sixty five to hundreds of big gap and I wanted to continue to get more comfortable with negativity a tough conversations? That are tough for the other person. I'm great to talk about my shortcomings. I'm great to sit down to like I've been a bad lead. I love that. I Love Accountability. Pretty for the other side anything better around. It took thanks for coming on the show. I appreciate amongst for having me. Thanks guys for listening joining. Please please please share the podcast. And make sure you've subscribe because a bunch of you aren't subscribed and more importantly a bunch of you. Listen every day. And haven't I've been told your friends. It's the best podcast in the world. I'm watching and have a great day..

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

12:57 min | 10 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"With Jesse Thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and is distributed by NPR? eh interested to hear his so much I'll tell it again because it needs to be hurt too because especially for for me now for they walk up and it's like a movie I always say it's like a movie and I see the look on my mom's face my brother's face and it was that look of disappointment ago I was GonNa say I I read an article about you that suggested that you who didn't address your team I mean you played in the NFL for what like fifteen years seventeen years seventeen years most of that time you were one of the best players in the league and and it wasn't until you retire that you addressed your team I've never been on a professional football team I get the impression that there's two categories of players that address the team one is whoever's the best at addressing team and the other is whoever's the best football and you are one of the best football players on pretty much every team you ever played on and so I thank you that had to be a choice of scared scared to speak up scared to what about it was scary I think it was who am I I've always been you know people are cocky and arrogant I think I'm the complete opposite where I was always feeling like I like I wouldn't sure up like I wouldn't say anything inspiring who the hell am I to say something to these guys Oh yeah well you know you're you're one of the best of your position even as I got older it's like oh you've been the ten balls I was still afraid to speak up that wasn't going to blend in also to that I was going to sound corny that was going to sound preachy I was in my head I played football the funny thing is I could I could be in my heart and that's where you wanna be in all areas of your life there's a difference there's a reason why anybody who's out there played sports the coach always says getting your heart that's saying that you'll see from pop warner to doesn't to the pros play with heart that Amen you're gonNa hear that where I could do that on the field but in the classroom or meaning like the meeting rooms in normal everyday life I had a hard time doing a lot of people do that's why a lot of people you know I got I need a couple of drinks of alcohol loosen up let's just because you you WANNA get out of your head you want to get your heart that's all that's doing I'm not surprised to hear that because I feel like playing sports on the on the one hand there's a lot of responsibilities that you're managing at the same time on the other hand you are using your body in a way that almost kind of obliterates your anger diety like the extent to which you have to stretch what your body can do I of course I'm speaking of h fourteen and fifteen little league in your case be like the NFC championship game but like that act of being physical is something that you can just pour all Louis feelings into through that physical expression in a way that you can't when you are sitting around looking at playbook or you know putting on shoulder pads or whatever yeah you think you would and a lot of people maybe they can but as you level up as you keep getting better you can't just rely on that anymore can't rely I on the physicality of it because you're GONNA have to you're gonNA have to use your brain and you're GonNa have to use your heart and you're gonNA have to connect those two have to work together in harmony that's what the great ones do that's that's kind of the hallmark of of a hall of Famer it's consistency it's presence it's getting out of your head it's playing with your heart it's fearlessness its fulfillment it's passionate it's all these different words that we use to get us get ourselves going but you have to be able to express that and at the professional level when everybody's equal to you talent wise is back I'm strong you know you're not or okay or I'm I'm faster and you know you're not you're not the fastest guy anymore everybody in here runs.

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

08:03 min | 10 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Becoming the best version of yourself she calls leveling up here's a clip from a recent episode with Jessica Alba she's of course the star of many films including fantastic four and sin city among others in the episode they talk about Jessica's childhood which included a lot of how with problems and economic hardships she got her start as a child actor in this clip Tony and Jessica talk about what it's like to audition she made me read it over take your spirit but she was Nice Lady was nice and she looks at me on the way out and she puts her arms up like this and she goes cover Jimmy Huck huck because he can say I was just distraught and and I was really working hard on this but I went onto the parking lot and I was like like it's one of those even start my car was staring out the window for twenty minutes going how am I doing like this is really really tough I can only imagine as a child but but obviously you're you're better than me it's not I don't know if I am hugh just have to have a really really hard it bill you build a very very tough shell twenty dollars welcome to Bullseye it's so nice heavy on the show you present you have me you're in a very small group of Bullseye guests who are definitely bigger than me and how are you unlike six three to fifteen but you're like six five and I know you probably played at like two fifty or to sixty or something close I'm looking at you right now you're I'd say somewhat more fit than I am right now somewhat was there a point in your life where you weren't almost always the biggest guy around the biggest person around big was a mute which is crazy because my father is five five eleven maybe six foot six foot at my mom is five four and so my brother and I a my biological by the Chris he's he's about six three two hundred forty pounds of muscle and I'm six five whatever you know two hundred fifty was not that much anymore so we just came out like mutes But I was always that big I was I was taught you know in the back of the class and the sir and by the time I was a sophomore in high school I was right around six five I thought I was going to be bigger too because I got sixteen feet and most people's is sixteen feet are up in that six ten In above I dunno always felt like I got robbed a little bit on the because my foot is so big I mean I imagine by the time you were sixteen years old you were good enough it's sports that being that big mostly fell the lack a positive thing material always feel like a positive thing for you when you look at it because I wasn't abnormally tall wasn't that guy but I was just telling everybody else unusually and maybe you know backed younger girls grow quicker the toss people in the class where the girls usually like two girls and then me always dolls boy so then I was attic too so it was it was nice it was an advantage for young scary kid like me 'cause I was just because I was tall and big didn't mean I was very sensitive in very fearful for whatever reason I didn't have that side of it so I'm glad I was tall Kinda like ward off a bunch of people there was going to say did it because sometimes they can have the opposite in fact like sometimes when you are the biggest person around when trouble goes looking it lands on you just because yeah it seems like it would be more more interesting yeah well it from bigger people I guess when I was in eighth grade just hold history and I told her that my hall of fame speech a bully that came to from high school to pick on me and I was in eighth grade so that's where it was kinda playing against week because still to this day I have no oh idea why he wanted to fight me and beat me up and actually at two of them one through most of my eighth grade year and then one from a different high school who said I'm going to get in on some of this too and I'm gonNA I WANNA beat up Tony how does that even happen I don't know honestly I don't where they like waiting for you after school kids out there who go through something like thirty onto a bully situation so it was my a eighth grade year about two months into it I'm feeling good I'm popular and all that good stuff then all of a sudden I find out that this kid from high school wants to beat me up so anyway go to the fight in all these people are there at this park like all the schools Mr found out about it I did what any normal kid would do I turn around fighting this this is a no win situation so I went and hid and all the kids were at my house banging on there we're trying to give him to come out they're calling me all time. the names and then it gets even worse and it culminates to where I'm at my eighth grade graduation and I'm sitting in the stance he shows up to the graduation now no to fight me my whole family's there after we throw our hats up the -gratulations class I go and hide behind a wall the whole family it like just my brother mouthed the words what are you doing and my mom didn't say a word she just looked at me with absolute just disappointment and I said to myself in that instant I will never ever see that look on their face again and it changed my life just like that in it instant I was no lowering let fear cripple me and run from any type of situation I'm GonNa get it over with if I have to take a weapon then I'll take a boat weapon but I'm going to ace it right head on a chain my life like before that I was also to pop warner people number for football I quit the first year 'cause I wasn't good in the second year my mom made me play because she's like quitting this year Tony Anthony Anthony not quitting this time but I still didn't play you're supposed to get six plays back then in the eighties and I didn't even get those six plays because had nothing to do with talent obviously it was a fear inside me that I could not shake couldn't get over that eighth grade bully changed everything for me I went back out my freshman year football and I was now like one of the best on the team because this whole new attitude shift happened in me and I'm thankful for it I'm thankful that it happened I'm just trying to imagine where my mom is disappointed that I didn't get into a fight you don't know my mom duty Gonzalez she's not the milk and cookies mom she's going to tell you the truth she's from the south side of Chicago grew up somewhat in the in the streets and she is very like look you go face it no matter what happens get it over with and you give it your best shot and you take what comes at you it doesn't matter in your life will be better for that and so she's a very wise woman pretty much all middle schoolers are miserable there may be not miserable middle schoolers I'd like to see one if you're listening in your middle school and you're like yeah it's chill email me I'll send you a note of congratulations define not doing it the right way if you're chilling out in junior high which I believe I'm with you I have four kids still work I years of my life and it's kids that they're so meet at that age to each other because they're trying to find power so they're mean to each other I and I tell my kids all the time I have an eleven year old and a nine year old about to approach that and we home school the middle ones for that reason honestly that's a big part of it is because sixth seventh and eighth grade or so the hormones are raging is such a hard time in those children's life I kind of want that let me kind of guide you through that and then we'll put you back in school when you get high school besides that fight what do you think you were scared about when you're that age of scared of speaking up and that didn't stop eighth grade that was kind of carried with me all the way through until like three years.

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Gronkowski to debut as Fox analyst on Thursday

Kap & Company

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Gronkowski to debut as Fox analyst on Thursday

"The patriots tight end rob Gronkowski is coming to a TV near you sources tell Ian Rapoport he has been hired by fox to appear as a regular analyst for fox NFL Sunday regular so he's in the booth every week or if you have the well the way that they're using and he's apparently making is a B. on Thursday night football so I guess I he'll be with like Michael Strahan Terry Bradshaw on Tony Gonzalez is I mean this is not well I want I want him to be used the way they use Tony Siragusa back in the day like put a minute and where on the field

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on Art of the Hustle

Art of the Hustle

09:44 min | 11 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on Art of the Hustle

"And your mind like flexible what did I hear flexible body of flexible mind in and so that's something I've been getting into lately because I was getting a little stiff after I got on football but yeah I believe if you take care of your mind. Take care of your body. Your your body will. That's that's part of your mind. That's part of your heart. It's more free flowing. He goes back to kids. Kids also are very flexible and so they're flexible with their emotions. They're flexible with everything else and I've seen it where my tenth year in the NFL. I was starting to slow down mentally physically everything was you the average career is two and a half years or whatever three years in the NFL and I'm at your tin which is Great. I'm like okay. I'm ahead of the curve here. and I felt myself starting to slow down. I had a little health scare where my blood got mixed up where they told me. I thought I had leukemia. Oh my God it was one of the time talking about tears after that phone. Call Yeah where you get the call from the trainer. Raider saying that you know you need to come back here and I'm like well. I'm not going. I'm going home actually was in Kansas City and he goes all the doctor needs to talk to you all right well. I'm not going anywhere in doctor calls we up and gives me and says hey. He's found something in your blood. You've you need to come in and take tests. Say What is says well I if I said well. Is this going to affect my football crew and he goes. Don't worry about football right now. Tony we're talking about your life here and when he said that I was like shiver came up me and he's looks like leukemia goes so come in we're gonNA run some tests and trust me. You'RE GONNA get through within Yati Yada so it turns out was blood mix up but offer that gave me a real kick in the ASS. I gotTa make some changes and I had been thinking about making changes. It's funny how life when you're into the intention was there. I was reading. This book called the China study which is a Pro Vegan book whole foods plant based Diet and the evidence to support it and I just said screw it. I'm going all in and I went Vegan Vegan for about two months. felt felt the clarity of mind come. I felt more regular. I felt more energy. I felt my muscles and joints felt better like everything was better the more vibrant open and off of that. I made some some huge changes. I was the night before that. I mean I was your fast food. King you know and you see it with athletes. Believe it or not they'll come into on game day. They're eating. Popeye's chicken and stuff like that. It's just it's it's horrendous. It makes sense to me. That's just what you always did and that's how your body processes calories and that's you know that's that changing that often can be a bigger risk than not but are you still and are you still. Vegan didn't last long last two months but then I made changes off of that like Vegan basically right like you incorporate an like visit like under under sixteen ounces of meat a month. There's something pretty careful with it. Rarely eat beat okay unless it's a special occasion or you know if we go somewhere and someone's like you gotta try the reports amateur. It's amazing back okay. Let's do it but for the most part I'm huge and the Greens Green smoothies with Broccoli Launch Party every day I do it does make a huge green. smoothie tried as much vegetables because your body feels good. Yeah I still incorporate little little bit a meat into two things but the beautiful we'll think about nowadays to that they have alternative meets beyond meat is amazing yeah he's great really totally beyond. Meat Burger and that kind of satisfies my craving when I want meat but you feel so much better. I started lasting longer on the football field like I said in the fourth quarter. I wasn't getting tired anymore. Yeah and that's what prompted me to write the book on the pro dieback longtime ago to to really try to help people and you see it now with athletes. You see Tom Brady Eighty. You look at his routine while he stayed so healthy is long. It's not just showing up. It's not just genetics folks. It's taking care of your mind and it's not just sport. I mean like I think that our or sperm count is down half fifty years and you know there's a bunch of reasons but I'm sure as we were talking about Game Changers Sudak Cameron James James Cameron's movie. You're at the premiere of last night and there's that part in that. Were they add. They measure the sperm. Kennedy's athletes like double if they have a vegetarian meal the night before versus his eating meat right and there's all these other physiological impacts but the idea that like you opening. Your heart has a mind body connection. That's that's is literally creating more blood flow recovering faster potentially like were you. Were you conscious of these things as principal as you are gaining them did you do you write these things down or or did these just become part of who you are your process. No I wrote all this stuff really shit down right right right. I might morning on my nine year old and he comes into my room. Because is my morning preparation. I'll go into my room. I'll do a quick meditation and then I have a little journal that I've written my rules of success. According to what I think there I'll read a book or I'll get inspired by thought. I'll write it down. If it means something to me and now I get to see that every day and it becomes part of me and so that's what I did. When I played football. I used to write letters to myself off at the bottom of the sheet. Whatever it is to motivate myself. Hey there doubt new this week and now they're especially as I got older and I think you're old. They think you don't have it anymore. You have to go out there and prove right. Play eight one play at a time played with your heart. Play with excellence play with pry play with commitment play with your whatever it is you see these little reminders what you focus on expands and this is proven. Rubel now this is quantum physics and so you need to fill your brain up with the most positive images of yourself and this is part of Israel Ization and he goes back to sports. This isn't woo stuff yeah. This is Michael Jordan results. It's not like yeah you debate. You like I mean what am I supposed to say Tony. This is not how it works based Eastern. Wet Lake and you did it it. It's it's it's your life. It's just incredible and now you're pretty transitioned at this point although you obviously you're still hosting stuff football tom tell me more about the businesses that you're building and then obviously of the podcast now John. Well podcast is but I've been really excited because you know around three years ago. My wife was like you need to do a podcast all this knowledge and she's right people know shit about you. Well who the hell how am I is the way I looked at it like yeah. I was part of scared. You know scared of because once you put it out there to people will critique it. They're GONNA have takes. I mean just look at youtube soup. Yeah I was watching this unbelievable inspirational father something he was working with gang members saying the best lessons he's learned is from gang members and and he was given this heartfelt and I cried when I was watching he was it was really one of those two and I don't cry that easy. I hope I'm not coming off like that. Just giving us the key moments you the key moments home and I remember looking at it and then you look at the reviews like nine thousand some people liked it and then two hundred and thirty people gave it a down thumbs down and I'm like those was two hundred and thirty six people. What are they looking at so. I always felt like when I would worry about those. That's problem with our society right now. Is We worry about those two hundred thirty six instead of the ten thousand people that actually really liked it. It's that two hundred thirty six has a bigger voice and for me that affected me in so I had always been like okay. I don't WanNa do a podcast and she was and finally I just said screw it. Why not you're right. I am a hall of fame football player. I've I've. I've read literally hundreds and hundreds of books. Maybe of maybe thousands of books at this point. I'm still reading right now or re two books at a time and they're usually on the subject of growth in being the best version of yourself and so if if I can help some people out there they can hear my story especially from a big football player and I can tell you my secrets my lessons my routines and it's going to help hope you be a better version of yourself now. We're helping everybody what you're doing right. Now is amazing. You know you're helping people go out there and conquer their dreams and feel good about it and do do it the best way you're giving people a little tips and that's what I WANNA do. That's what we're all in this together to yeah and so I did do the podcast now called wide open which will start here mid-september wherever people on we're talking about this talking about leveling up. I WanNa hear your story and I want people to walk away from from your sleep habits which you know by a a big bio hacker. I'm looking for ways to improve my brain. My heart opened up meditation techniques also how you grew up what your story and read between the lines because we all have the same story story you know there's there's there's anger there's envy jealousy. There's unforgiveness those are stories that are embedded in everybody's story and listen into how they got through it. I'm inspired by that. I want people to be inspired by that because that's what's GonNa make this place a better place for all of us so I'm doing that and then business wise I was investor beyond yeah congratulations still on fire. I'm part of the APP zero. Yep which is a fast nap which we're going to be expanding ending here. I wish I could tell you some details but my partner Mike Maser was amazing actually worked with him on fit star which was acquired by fitbit totally so I was there there from the beginning I got to see that grown into what it was on how to really good exit from that in so zero's kind of the next phase of what we're doing do you intimate and fast in a fast how often probably daily yeah yeah awesome unless unless something comes up but most of the time what about what about yoga should we yoga. Should we not yoga. I'd never been in the yoga but I just got back from Peru. Yeah I did a a little week long. Clinton down there abundance. It's meditation stretching Yoga love to my wife..

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

10:30 min | 11 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"There were some one or someone who taught you maybe it was coaches or teachers or parents friends. who was the most influential for you growing up and what was the greatest lesson they tell you okay before? I answer that by jared. Pobre a buddy of mine. WHO's a successful because he's one who told me successive closed okay. I'm having dinner with him tonight. I'M GONNA go. Where did you get exactly because I copied you unknowingly but but the people that that affected me the most is my mother probably she is the the rock of my life and the more I look at this woman. I see you talk about example living with your heart because my mom doesn't you know she she's. She's not the most How do I say this scholastic person or whatever they don't get me wrong smart democratic. That's better word but she is all this on. You know me growing up. I have three adopted brothers because of my mom's heart she brings people in you know I remember. We moved around a lot we need. We didn't have a lot of money. We weren't poor. We just didn't have a lot of money. There's a difference. There always felt like we were. We were good even though we were on welfare at times but she is somebody see that the takes no committee. She's stands up for what she believes in and she'll love you fully like the best hugs hugs and kisses. She was like a masculine and female perfect into into one woman so she is somebody that will tell me the truth always from her. I'm not saying she's right either. Virtually moms talking and you need somebody like that in your life and so she's she's really really really helped me and then my my brother Chris Chris. He's the one who got me started in football. I will say this that we haven't had a relationship in five years but doesn't doesn't take away the fact what he did for me when I was younger really getting me a football and get me into that mindset of what it takes to be great on a football field. What was what was the best lesson that he taught you. You really the consistency I think and the understanding that people are coming for you and when you get on top you know company the the more the Tall Poppy Syndrome or whatever it's coming for you and so you better make sure that you that you're you're taking care of business because you can't relax folks. Don't get me wrong. I went all over the world and I went out and have fun and I was single for a while. I was doing all the things that single men do unapologetically you know cabinet guitar but at the same time when it comes time to lock in you know it's an expression football lock in lock out. You know it's it's it's time to time to get to work. They helped me out with that yeah and the greatest lesson your mom told you was that I don't know if she ever. She's not the type to give you like okay but what was the thing they know seniors yeah but woes maybe the lesson you learn from her experience. Being I think just really letting it hang out without Karen and really it's come into to picture for me lately lately really how lately I don't just over the last few weeks. I've just had some a couple of realizations wins about stuff that I already knew and stuff that I've done before but really being cognizant of it and I see that example a lot in my mom. I think she is so free she does not care what anybody thinks and she'll stand up for what she believes in in and I've been afraid to do that at times. I was afraid I'll be talking about what would I have changed or what I went through as a football player layer one thing that I really wish that could've done more of is not been so afraid to be a leader to my teammates could have been a better leader for them. I could've spoke spoke up because it helped my coaches out more but the only reason I didn't do that is because I was afraid that nobody would even listen to me. It's kind of starting to podcast now like where the reason I would never have wanted to do this. Before is because like who the Hell Am. I who am I to say to get Solace Hall of Famer Man. I know right. It's tight end of all time it shows you how insecure us and with everything and then. I was like this as a player and that's probably that also gave me an edge to work harder. Keep working harder and to keep proving everybody wrong and it keeps going I am I belong here belong here. Dan You went to five pro bowls now. Well I gotta go to six say gotta go to seventy just kept adding up fourteen and I'm in. You missed a few you missed. You're not good enough. CUT IT UP. What's the record approvals that right. There is has died. I had the most at the time when I retired but I think a Payton has fourteen which is company so yeah it was. It's my mother really put that in me that that you just need to. She just laughs she dance. He can't dance. I dance but she'll dance. She has a carol she looks me. I'll sit on the sideline. I used just to but now I'm getting to the point where you know what I'm dancing. Yeah you can make fun of me. Who Cares you back yeah. You got all that ethnic football so so that's what I mean like you and you know what a a movie that Oh us that is really hit home with me. I went and assault with my kids a couple of weeks ago. They had the remake of its lion king hot. So good is who you are member who you are Calcium Bob. Remember remember and that's what it is i. I think you have to remember you as that little kid because we all have this. I have four children and when they're eighteen eleven nine and and then we have a four year old and she's still in that when you have to remember who you are. She's still there and you know when you're younger. You're honest you can tell people you know. When you're hungry. You can ask for help you go to sleep when you're tired you you dance like nobody's watching you sing like nobody's watching. There is no racism awesome. When you're a child there is no. There's this the motions come and go. They filter through you so we're not saying you're. GonNa cut off emotions but they come right through when your child and you have to remember that and remember what is when you combine that with your life experience and by the way you're GONNA get broken. You have to go to those broken stages ages. That's what adolescence teenage all that stuff is about and starting out new but in the end that's why I love getting older now. Somebody was complaining. She was turning enthused twenty-eight Toby. My Wife's sister and I was like twenty eight like it is so much better because now you're combining life experience and if you can remember who you Maher that fearless kid who used to jump off the top of a roof used salo to everybody said dance and sing and play and talk to everybody the free that's where life is so so lion king has been great debate and just remembering who I am. I right that on top my journal is remember who you are and what is that though in right down right who who who is that who are you and for me. That's that's fearless fearless. That's to me it's in a changes. It keeps changing and it should keep changing. It keeps evolving everything else. In this world world keeps evolving. I mean in other continents shift in their cycles and there's there's rain seasons but you never you always you always keep changing. That's me and I WANNA. I'm fearless. I have an open heart. I'm loving. I'm not afraid to connect to people not afraid to be me not afraid to dance anymore. The Salsa Dance Salsa dancing and going after what I truly want in life and what I'm I WANNA do like I said that's that's is to that's the formula for me is not being afraid to go. After what's in my heart was missing in your life right now honestly it's. I'm feeling really good wife kids family but I have my goals you know so but I don't count that as missing crime and join the process and it's it's coming. It's coming. I look at these goals in and I know they're gonNA come in if it's not that it's going to be something even better right while you've been married for fifteen meanwhile twelve years twelve to fifteen years fifteen years ago. Do you think you would have had as successful a career without being married. I don't know if you were single the whole time or just you know dating different people. I think so I think you'll have the same Korea thing either well because I was on my way that anyway before I met her. I was single ten years my first ten years in the NFL. I was married the last seven and I did have a child from a previous relationship and he lived out in in California. Why I played in Kansas City still very close to them. Obviously he's my son but I was. I was out there living La Vida loca off the field and enjoying myself right so yeah. I think I could have been able to do that but there is something about about that. I've noticed too and I'm wonder love. Somebody do the research on this. When you fall in love everything gets greater right you guys blue. Oh and the color everything. You're a good mood and all this good stuff and then guys play better. I've seen guys that when they're engaged when when they're in love like their game gets better or they have a child. Their game gets better. Why do you think they played better when they're in love. I think because they're they're heart art telling you been thinking about this. Wow that there's a reason these guys excel when you're when you're there when when I told Jose there's no fear of judgment when you're there yeah you know when your love you'll tell everybody shouted from the rooftops right. Just don't care don't care and so yeah I think my wife has absolutely lutely helped me become a better person in other aspects of my life in football. I kind of figure that out because I was in love with your kid. I was already in love. I and it's funny how some guys need that to to to help approach their football but for me. I think just like if you said Kobe a your door or tiger woods or whatever I mean I think they would have been fine if they never got married..

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

10:10 min | 11 months ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"We've got hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez in the house. My brother super excited about this. We got connected What was it a couple of months ago a few months ago. I don't know how did we get connected. I was thinking about that on the way over here. Someone made an email intro. It was Katherine. Would we're Thomas. I believe Yeah I'm not sure where you met her originally but she had come on the show like years ago and for people out there 'cause Catherine Woodward she does. She's therapist. The therapist does a marriage counseling and things like that belief lease still but I remember I went to a session with her like five years ago when I was going through a break up a couple of girlfriends ago trying to figure out what was wrong with me yellow girlfriends. He's probably thanks for finding the right girlfriend which I think I've found right now so I remember going to her because I was just like my broken. What's wrong with me. Why am I attracted. These women what you know. What do I need to work on a minor stuff and she was amazing. I met her at a mine value of it. Okay Yeah vision and I've become friendly with him so anyways yeah. The whole room was filled with people like her. She connected us over email. I guess because she was just talking to me and so I had seen your stuff before school greatness on on the on Youtube Youtube Gusher and so I've been admiring your stuff for long time and then it's funny how you meet somebody and she's Iky now somebody that you Kinda remind me of is Jock Guy Yada Yada uh-huh yeah yeah. That's how that's cool so so so we connected over email finally came. We met up for lunch and then it came over to your place a few times in my core. I did man because I know I love that. I'M GONNA come over more kind of the basic place. We have some things in common you it all American football player. They're so as I you. WanNa play in the NFL. I just played kind of semi pro football arena league and we're both over six four six four and we both hold football football records really what what records well. I've got some school records at small schools that don't mean anything you've got actual. NFL records but I still hold the record for the most receiving yards in a single game really at your high school and College College and it was an all division record four hundred eighteen yards in one game. Get the hell out of here. You had four hundred eighteen yards for ten years. It was maybe eleven years. It was all division record. I don't think anyone had ever done it or high school or college and then someone in d. d two broke. It like four years ago the hell did you have four hundred it was he was crazy. At the end of the game. We lost. I scored four touchdowns. A two point conversion. I was kicking field goals and extra points punting kicking off defense. I was doing everything was d three and they had two or three guys on me and I remember at the end. I was so focused on the loss that I thought I was like yeah. I had a good game. Maybe I had like one hundred fifty yards and they're like no you have foreign and eighteen yards and I was like are you sure the stats warriors rest up seventeen catches for eighteen yards and it was one of those games. I'm sure you've had this where I just felt like. No one could stop me. I just said throw me the ball. I mean every every receiver says throw me the ball yeah but I was just like in the zone. They had one guy made into than the top just like it was always perfect placement and called a good place to be amazing man. That's that's the place that I try to get a daily. Can you get into that zone zone that flow that heart that whatever can you do that. Daily is what I'm after. That's the question I always have for. People always still always because I felt like that during games yeah. How did you get into to that. And when did you know that you weren't into it you get into it first of all at each level as you keep leveling up you you have those type of games. I mean you're a kid out. There and I remember it being back in junior high. Playing basketball lives horrible football player but in basketball I was like okay. This is something I can do and what you feel unstoppable and you are you are unstoppable unstoppable in that moment and then you level up and then you start getting your ass kicked again and start developing in then you start kicking ass again and then you know you keep going up and then when you get to the professional ranks. I didn't didn't feel like that ever for the first two years of my career and I've talked about the story before where the whole reason. I think the only reason I'm sitting here is because I went to that shitty he time after my second year where led the NFL dropped passes. It was bad. Look at the hall of fame speech. If you want to teach but that was Kinda my transformation a a power of crisis. You know the quote goes you lead the NFL dropped past led to NFL dropped passes. Remember how many was sixteen. Oh Yeah and then I remember my my office coordinator. Jimmy Ray who's amazing a great guy but that year he was in front of the whole team he goes down on. You've you've you've got sixteen balls this year and you've probably led to thirty two missed opportunities for this whole team or something like that. He's got step it up and and that was kind. Have you know that was deep into my depression during that year in front of everyone if what everybody in front of the sports that is so great doesn't matter what sport you play play but you you are on full blast whether I'm care for your in Pop Warner High School. It doesn't matter what level you can be on your your team at your local. Ymca Yep. It doesn't doesn't lie drop a ball as you so it's embarrassing. If you're the type of person I mean there's guys you can call out and then go back. I don't give a shit but for me. It meant something to me because I really wanted to be good at it but I was. I was in the wrong place. I was in my head and I was working off. I was working hard and I was logical about my my approach. I'm like okay well. I'M GONNA go five steps and then cut it in and cut it out but you can't play that way. I mean when the ball snapped. I think just like anything when you were playing that game when you had four hundred hundred eighteen yards. You're not thinking about the next play. You're not thinking about the last play. You're not thinking about what the crowd thinks. You're not thinking about your steps. It's like you're just going and you're just going and for me over the years. I learned how to put myself in that zone in that flow where I could get there pretty quickly when I needed needed to now I mean you're going to have bad games but you'll you'll be consistent if you can get into that state and that's one of the proudest things that I am of my career sure is that I was able to stay. I was consistent. I think that's the hallmark of greatness consistency that he missed like two games two games but even when I played like you can count on me that I'm going to catch probably around. A seventy five to eighty five balls at year have close to a thousand yards almost ten touchdowns at a year in year out and and I knew that no matter what that's what I was going to bring it's because I was able to to get myself into that that mental and that heart connection you know that that's how did you have the how'd you get into that after the two years of dropping everything and being humility humiliated and for the team yeah feeling disconnected. How do you get connected to the Hart after that in an industry that is all about ego. I think sometimes at least for me in you probably notice this more me because you've been at this came came where you're interviewing these these movers and shakers majority of people they have that story of of just depression that story of like it all went to show for me and where you know you stop believing in yourself and you suck and you're just not good where it can bring you to your knees and that's what what happened to me. I was brought to my knees where literally bought figuratively literally where are the clips of me dropping another ball and just hitting the earth the crass frustration and I would go home that night and I'd be crying in my room drinking a bunch of alcohol and crying and jusque spiraling out of control and a lot of people maybe they don't they go through differently. I think that's that's part of the process. I mean that's part of you coming face face to face with who you really are and what is what are you going to do about it now and I think from there. That's how you learn that created a a a real hunger for me to go out and actually study. The great ones studied the people that have had great success because it leaves clues. I don't know quota that that's not my original. Success leaves clues right but whoever said that it's wise because the formula for success is there but we all have these stories that you can all come in here and I tell you my story. There's underlying like there's always stories of jealousy. Their stories of Cam not good enough to stories of of I don't have what it takes on you in the self-doubt all all the envy and all that stuff wrapped up in different stories and that's just mine and I was able to start reading books reading about about people's lives biographies then you start reading mind body and spirit those type of bucks books. I like to read and learn from that and then you start learning how to use use vision. You know close your eyes. That's really been that helped me. A lot was just getting to where every morning and every night kind of the first thought on on my brain was okay. How am I going to get better at what I do. I maybe that is that's a feeling of love to like. I love playing football football. I don't love practicing present but I love catching footballs and I fell in love with that and I love at the process of what it takes to be great. I came up with this routine of success. I called it that my routine of success and I did the numbers I wish I had brought him but just to put it in perspective effective because I fell in love the sport because if you're not in love with what you do you're gonNA have to use a lot of discipline and I always say if you love what you do. The need for disciplined will disappear discipline is great in a lot of areas of life and you need it but when it comes to what you are doing for living years decided to go to what excited you want to be like okay yet to grind and I'm working my ass off. But where else would I rather be in so I went from catching..

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 The Latest: Tony Gonzalez enters Hall of Fame

Fox News Sunday

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Tony Gonzalez enters Hall of Fame

"Tony Gonzalo's said read and the twenty nineteen pro football hall of fame class will forever be immortalized in canton Ohio Gonzalez read champ Bailey Kevin white Tieline Johnny Robinson got their chance to speak as former players at the ceremony the late and legendary owner of the Broncos Pat Bowlen was honored with a video presentation and his family members unveiled his boss former cowboys executive Gil Brandt was also

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Bailey, Kevin Mawae And Gil Brandt discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Bailey, Kevin Mawae And Gil Brandt discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"And the pro football hall of fame grew by eight members yesterday now or residents are tight end Tony Gonzalez defensive back champ Bailey and read and Ty law center Kevin Mawae and they're joined by two contributors delay the owner of the Denver Broncos Pat Bowlen and Gil Brandt he's the former player personnel director for the

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Tony Gonzalez enters Hall of Fame

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Tony Gonzalez enters Hall of Fame

"Pro football hall of fame is eight new members they are tight end Tony Gonzalez defensive back champ Bailey and read and Ty law center Kevin Moore why and senior selection Johnny Robinson two contributors join the list late owner of the Denver Broncos Pat Bowlen and Gil Brandt long time former player personnel director for the Dallas

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 Tony Gonzalez enters Hall of Fame

CBS Sports Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Tony Gonzalez enters Hall of Fame

"Eight men in Chardon the pro football hall of fame last night in canton including tight end Tony Gonzalez every quarterback could ever threw me a football I just want to say I appreciate your help Mr back rich Gannon Warren moon Brodie Croyle Tyler Thigpen Damon here to and a guy that I played five years with we did some damage drink green thank you also inductee champ Bailey and read Ty law Kevin Moore why Pat Bowlen Gil Brandt Johnny

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Tony Gonzalez enters Hall of Fame

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Tony Gonzalez enters Hall of Fame

"Park and last night the pro football hall of fame achieved eight new members including tight end Tony Gonzalez defensive back champ Bailey and read and Ty law center Kevin Moore why and senior selection Johnny Robinson they are joined by two contributors allayed owner of the Denver Broncos Pat Bowlen and Gil Brandt former personnel director for the Dallas

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 Pro Football Hall of Fame to expand inductees class for 2020

K and C Masterpiece

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Pro Football Hall of Fame to expand inductees class for 2020

"The pro football hall of fame will induct eight new members as a part of the twenty nineteen class among those inductees are champ Bailey who may twelfth Pro Bowl with the Broncos and Redskins ed reed who made nine pro bowls and five first team approach as a safety mostly for the ravens Tony Gonzalez who made fourteen pro bowls in six first team all pros as tight end for the teeth and falcons former patriot quarterback Ty law former jet center Kevin walked ally and former Broncos owner Pat

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on WEEI

"In Atlanta, twenty nineteen pro football hall of fame class was announced last week. We tried to guess what we thought and we both. I believe said Tony Gonzalez Ed read one hundred percent locks. We said we think champ Bailey's getting in. And then after that, we say, you know, what those final two spots. And so it's kinda kinda up in the air. Wouldn't have a problem. I I guess I think in there. He didn't get in. I was I went with the Sally. I thought we were gonna get maselli amber. But we're gonna get to Lyman and Milwaukee got in the class was champion. Gonzales, Ed Reed. I those were first time eligible players as well. And the group the group of eight in there, but in tight law also got it. And I'll be on. I was a little surprised he got in this year. So Ed Reed Bailey. Law senior finalist. Johnny robinson. Why Pat bolan Gil Brandt? Anzani Gonzales as I mentioned there. So that's the members of this class going to be inducted. Come August in canton, Ohio people snobs it's tough to say there. There's nobody that's done right Isaac. Bruce didn't get in. But he still has a couple more years. I I think I was trying to do matter who's going to be eligible you think about the coming years. It's going to be a backlog, or whatever they're willing about depending on when you look longer term, right? Number five years whenever Brady does call it quits. So that's first ballot hall of Famer whenever Rogers called calls it quits. That's a first ballot hall of Famer whenever gronk calls it quits should be a first ballot hall of Famer hall of Famer period, but should be fair. First ballot hall of Famer depending on if these guys retire like at the same rocks gonna retire before Brady, maybe this offseason. But if Rogers plays longer than Brady, my point being you could have a ridiculous class like next year, you could have depending on how long Brady play there could be a class as FitzGerald and Brady in it. If Brady only plays more year, you can go on and on. It's gonna be fascinating to see. But this year's class is pretty low. I mean, it's pretty loaded. You think about some of these names, and it's cool as I've said for me, I'm late twenties. Pain you are as well guys that you really starting to remember decent chunk of their career now. Right. You go back. Even you recognize the names of stuff guys that have been in the last five five to ten years. Don't me wrong. But really now, you're you most of your childhood or these guys if you're our age and a lot of you out there, just remember they still for me. Tony gonzalez. Favorite player growing up? I jersey everbod was Tony Gonzalez. And so it's pretty crazy thing. Now, he's headed hall of fame. And you think about changing the position which is what he did. He change the position because of people want the college basketball player with his size athletic that can play in the end. It's only oh gates. Does not have the career yet without telling us Alice rocks changed the game a little bit as well. But I to change a first Tony Gonzalez change at tight end spot. So that's why he was data hall of fame. Among just ridiculous numbers only missed two games in his career as well. Just insane stuff. Then Ed Reed Baltimore raven. Very short time with your Houston. Texans. They're paid very far pretty forgettable with the Houston Texans. Yeah. But Ed Reed. No brainer. I mean when you think about what three different times he led the league. I believe in interceptors that right something like that at three different seasons. He led the league in picks champ Bailey. Great career with the Broncos anti-law patriots. There's another patriot player that was part of the years their spending. What a year we can Kansas City. I don't claim him as a chief anybody that does. That's crazy. He's not sorry. You. You don't claim him as a chief? You think falcons fans are claiming Toni Gonzaga, I think they're trying. There was a lot of controversy with some comments..

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Does Rob Gronkowski deserve to be in the Hall of Fame?

CBS Sports Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Does Rob Gronkowski deserve to be in the Hall of Fame?

"Talk about a guy who on the patriots who is a hall of Famer. And I'm not talking about Bill Belichick. Tom brady. Those ones are obvious. If this is the last game of rob gronkowski's career. He's a hall of Famer. Julian Edelman, I think has no shot even though and set it on CBS post game and Adam Schefter said it on Twitter for the Super Bowl MVP rob gronkowski on a per game basis is the best tight end in NFL history because of injury he won't play as long as Tony Gonzalez or any Tonio gates but over fifteen yards a catch seventy nine regular season receiving touchdowns. Also had a rushing touchdown. So eighty regular season touchdowns in just nine seasons. Plus another dozen touchdowns in the postseason and a four time. All pro. So best tight end in the game for a significant stretch of time. Obviously a multi time champion. Fifteen playoff games sixteen now with the Super Bowl. So a full seasons worth of production in the postseason multiple titles. Fi five pro bowls four all pros. If rob gronkowski retires today. He's a hall of Famer. And I don't think many people disagree with that. But. That is what a hall of Famer is prolongs dominance. Best player in the league for a sustained period of time at your position

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2019 NFL Honors list of winners: Patrick Mahomes shines, Super Bowl coaches shut out, plus Hall of Fame entrants

WCBS Programming

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

2019 NFL Honors list of winners: Patrick Mahomes shines, Super Bowl coaches shut out, plus Hall of Fame entrants

"For the NFL handing out some hardware on the eve of Super Bowl. Fifty three in Atlanta and giants running back saquon Barkley among those being honored. He was named the league's offensive rookie of the year. Meantime, chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes won the MVP and offensive player of the year awards. The Rams Aaron Donald was named the defensive player of the year and bears. Coach Matt Nagy took home coach of the year honors and speaking of honors former jet center, Kevin Milwaukee getting perhaps football's greatest honor after being selected for on Schreibman into the pro football hall of fame. He'll be joined this summer by Ed Reed. Tony Gonzalez champ. Bailey Tylar, Johnny Robinson, Pat, bolan and gillibrand on the local scoreboard. The magic took down the nets one zero two eighty nine. The Rangers came up short against the lightning three to the islanders have three on answer goals in the third to finish off the kings four to two and the devils rally past the Canadians three two in

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2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame class: Meet the newest members

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame class: Meet the newest members

"To all eight new on Duckie's and the pro football hall of fame class of twenty nineteen but Romney's parts, Kevin y stands out. He made six pro bowls in his eight years with the jets twice a first team all pro in nineteen ninety nine and two thousand one but why joined in the new group of hall of fame inductees by champ Bailey and read the tight end Tony Gonzalez Tilana. Johnny Robinson longtime executive Gil Brandt and the Broncos owner Patrick bullet earlier, we learned that saquon Barkley. The giants was the league's offensive rookie of the year

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Saquon Barkley Named 2018 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year over Baker Mayfield

CBS Sports Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Saquon Barkley Named 2018 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year over Baker Mayfield

"Bowl wins. They're rolling in. Now. This year's hall of fame. Class is finalized tight end. Tony Gonzalez late chief safety. Johnny Robinson pats corner. Tile law longtime Broncos owner, Pat Bowlen twenty eight year VP player personnel. What the Cowboys Gil Brandt cornerback shed belly safety. Ed Reed an offensive lineman. Kevin Milwaukee other awards chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes beat out drew Brees for offensive player of the year over five thousand yards passing and a touchdown to interception ratio of fifty to twelve saquon Barkley over Baker Mayfield for offensive rookie of the year. The running back had the second most rushing yards in the NFL eleven rushing touchdowns. Plus he Todd although Beckham junior's team rookie record with ninety one catches for an additional seven hundred twenty one yards

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

09:59 min | 1 year ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on WEEI

"How ready he is mentally and physically and when you put them in any situation, he's ready for you. Then never panics never anything like that. Just always prepared and just how calm he is. And you know, the preparation throughout the week to prior to the game. So he's always ready and put them in a situation. You want them in? Rob gronkowski talking about his quarterback Tom Brady. I believe that. This will be the final game that we will see rob gronkowski not only in a patriots uniform in an NFL uniform. I think it's over for him. There's no way with a cap hit that he would get next year. The patriots bring him back, and I I just think he's gonna retire. He's he's arguably a up with Tony Gonzalez the greatest tight end in NFL history. All the things you said about Tom Brady in terms of him retire. I would say about rod. No, listen, so many surgeries too many hits just listened to him anyway. Yeah. Listen to the way he is talked this week. I think he sees a piece of yes with it. He's not a guy that's out there chasing the money either. I don't think it's worth it to him. I don't think it's worth seventy eight million dollars. Whatever he was gonna get from the patriots or on the open market, right? His body through that. And you know, what to how about last year? We all number the post game Super Bowl press conference to where gronkowski was asked about retiring. And he's a Where'd you hear that? Do you know what that was a plant by drew Rosenhaus is agent. It was a plant from someone with pro football, talk dot com, wasn't Florida with someone with pro football, talk dot com asking this question. So Where'd you hear that they tried to parlay that into a big contract? And it just didn't didn't work. It didn't work so gronkowski. Like, I said most dominant tight NFL history. Not better than Tony Gonzalez. Not better than Tony Gonzalez. I'll take him over Tony Gonzalez was I'm a patriot Homer. So okay. Fair enough. Even though you picked against them tomorrow. Yeah. Okay. And I'm picking against the right? I I am. So mentally screwed up more than I normally. Am right? Yeah. As opposed to not being mentally mentally screwed up because I'm just being hounded and overwhelmed with they're going to blow them out. They're going to win. It's going to be easy. Who said Jared goof who says they're going to blow blown out everybody. I did. I did. And I'm like, it's not like it just makes me uncomfortable. Yeah. All right. It's not like I want them to lose. Or I don't want them to win. I can't give you a reason why I'm picking the Rams other than I am just so scared to death and uncomfortable over the fact that everybody's picking them and everybody's. And she's like people picking them to Blohm out, which is like last year against the eagles. No. Nobody. The first giant Super Bowl same thing. Right. You well there eighteen hundred for every Jerry goof in Sean McVay young quarterback of the I'll raise your Nick foles in a Peterson blocking give you are the the the eight Super Bowls. The patriots have been to the three that they've lost with bell. Check. And Brady I can give you the reason why they Walsall three very quickly Super Bowl forty two. David Tyree is lucky catching Rodney Harrison not making plus Asante Samuel dropping a surefire interception. Us the four years later west Welker dropping the ball. Right. The better team that year though, who was second giant Super Bowl. The patriots weren't the. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. But they could have one and then put a money on the dime pass to Mario Manningham. And then last year Bill bell check, not playing Malcolm Butler. So let's say by Bill belts gonna play Stefan. Gilmore tomorrow. Is he going to why he's had a better year than Malcolm Butler had last year? So I'm just okay. Good. Okay. Good. I just wanna make sure that Stefan. Gilmore didn't have any alleged relations with a member of Bill Belichick families girlfriend just alleged alleged. Come on. It's all over the place. You know, what I know? He just hasn't come out yet. You know, why Butler was benched and had nothing to do with football. Steve Steve ballot. Check six one seven seven seven nine seven nine three seven. I got a cough. It's it's Steve checkup. Let's go to Travis in north Hampton. What's up Travis? How are you guys doing exit? Thank you. So yeah, I'm just calling in because you guys were looking for reasons for the patriots win the Super Bowl. I think the biggest reason obviously everybody says it's Tom Brady. I think his mental mentally prepared for games, you know, physically just everything he. Bob, everybody else. So. That's it. Sounds good to me. All right. Tom brady's. There isn't gonna win is a ton of hours and hours of comprehensive research and analysis that went into that Mike in a car, you're up next. It's something like, hey. Hey, thanks for taking my call. I two I'm gonna call in could you are asking for real. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Giving give me something. Besides Tom Brady. Yeah. No, no radio. Me to me. It's all of the great play both offense and defensive lines. Hell Gelt and played. So good. Thank you. Thank you, Mike for giving a real football analogy. Thank you. Thank you. That's the playoffs. Started Brady's had ninety pass attempts. You know, how many sacks he's had zero. None. I just said zero. No, no said. Sack zero sacks three only one hit. I believe Mike. He I think he had three hits and seven Haris. But my point is the offensive line is working like a machine and the defensive line has really jelled over the course of the last. I don't know how many games I mean to me they won that game. I mean, you could play that lasts seven seconds a hundred times and Miami wouldn't win one. But you should you should your team should gel against the Miami Dolphins, they should gel. They won that game. I'm just trying to tell you could play that lasts seven seconds a hundred times and Miami wouldn't win one game. Right. So okay now, and the other thing, you know, my final point is run a football pool for almost thirty years. Now, listen up, Mark. He's talking to your land. Here we go. Here we go, Mike. I I like what you're saying. Pretty good sampling. It's anywhere from sixty to eighty people. And I take that information. And I use it. And I bet it for the later games after I get it, the four o'clock games or the evening games. And one thing has been true for thirty years. If what? One or two or three games during the week sixty five or more percent of the people pick them pick the other side. And you're gonna win sixty percent of the time the other forty percent. Yeah. Yeah. What percent of the time? Well, you lose. It's not it's not like a, you know, a no-brainer, right? Ryan tell you that mostly people pick rock. Oh, absolutely Mike, Mike listen casino. Renovations are built with public money not casino money. The house doesn't pay for renovations. The house doesn't pay for casinos getting Bill. I let me just can. I just say this. And I know you know, we're in homered territory for the patriots. There's no way. You just said something in other people, whatever there's no way that rob gronkowski is a better tied in Tony Gonzalez. Okay. There's no way shorter career. Okay. You'll health somebody not right? Okay. Forget eleven touchdown catches to seventy seventy nine. How about this gronkowski? His the last time. He played a full season was his second year in the NFL time that he's played. He's been the most dominant, and I will give you dominant. He's not better than done solace. He's not better. I'm gonna give you the games. Played in his years. Sixteen sixteen eleven seven fifteen fifty eight fourteen and thirteen this year. You ready for Tony Gonzalez sixteen sixteen fifteen sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen fifteen sixteen sixteen sixty I wanted him to those two years. We're only played fifteen games. What the hell was. Yeah. He's not better than Tony Gonzalez, folks. He was the most dominant tight end. Well, he's not saying he's the best. No, it's not saying he's better dominant. Earl Earl Campbell was arguably the most dominant running back in NFL history. He's not better than Walter Payton or Jim Vesey where you're going so Dickerson. After after nine months, I finally. I understand you. All right. Six one seven seven seven nine seven nine three seven bridge. We got break. Okay. We do. We'll come back and gets all your phone calls. Final segment before we hand it off to the guys at one o'clock DRC, rich hill, Greg hill. The guy's not from Lynn. I don't think Greg hills from the pitcher for the dodgers, Greg hill, and it's called mailman. Steve the ostrich. Wiggins. Radio everywhere. He's everywhere the rhetoric on. Oh, wow. I will get the final segment.

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I just learned an amazing stab about Tony Gonzalez. I did not know this. Do you know that Tony Gonzalez has the second most receptions in NFL history behind Jerry Rice. I did not know that that's an unbelievable stat for a tight end who who didn't until the end play with an elite quarterback danton unbelievable stat, and it was pretty good. That would be like leading the, you'd being the second leading all time assist guy in the NBA and you never played with good shooters. That's that's the most impressive, Tony Gonzales stat ever. I had no idea until two minutes ago. Second, most receptions in NFL history behind Jerry Rice. Is that a misprint get out here? Tony Gonzalez. Well, seventeen years, but you're going to be a first ballot hall of Famer, blah, blah, blah. What are you? Hall of fame eligible. This year this year this year. Wow. Believe that goes quick. You got almost catch. Okay. So this is interesting. Thanks for knowing me even working together. I don't have your resume. But it is interesting that Kelvin Benjamin comes out and says, listen, man, it would help. The guy was more accurate, and Greg Jennings came on earlier and said, yeah, I was with Cam in the Pro Bowl my first year, and I was like, dude, safeties over there. You can't tell me the quarterback Tony, you played with that really understood the essence of throwing you open protecting you because there is a difference between guys. Yeah, yeah. The guy I played with that could do that. Yes. I think me, I think as a player you, you have to learn how to read the defenses. And so if it's a zone, I'll tell the quarterback. I'm not running that way. I'm going to sit down if you thought over there. That's your new, but I'm sitting down so I don't get hit. So a lot of those times you have to you control most of that now and all the time, though, I think like ten percent of the time. The quarterback might throw me into a situation where I get in trouble. But a lot of the times I'm looking ahead to make sure that I'm staying safe. So you do believe some of that culpability comes on the player, the receiver the tight end, I think. Absolutely. And that's one thing that I tell young guys all the time a does that if you keep running, you're going to get hit like slowdown on purpose because that quarterback might not see that guy that you see and if he throws it. Yeah. You're going to get lit up in Canada. When Calvin Benjamin says that your takeaway because you've been critical of Cam before you said you like him. I like him, but we're like eight, nine years into this thing and he still makes mistakes that would drive people crazy. Here's the deal. I think Cam is his greatest asset is six, six, two hundred and sixty five pounds like a run. Yeah..

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"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"tony gonzalez" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I just learned an amazing stab about Tony Gonzalez. I did not know this. Do you know that Tony Gonzalez has the second most receptions in NFL history behind Jerry Rice. I did not know that that's an unbelievable stat for a tight end who who didn't until the end play with an elite quarterback danton unbelievable stat, and it was pretty good. That would be like leading the, you'd being the second leading all time assist guy in the NBA and you never played with good shooters. That's that's the most impressive, Tony Gonzales stat ever. I had no idea until two minutes ago. Second, most receptions in NFL history behind Jerry Rice. Is that a misprint get out here? Tony Gonzalez. Well, seventeen years, but you're going to be a first ballot hall of Famer, blah, blah, blah. What are you? Hall of fame eligible. This year this year this year. Wow. Believe that goes quick. You got almost catch. Okay. So this is interesting. Thanks for knowing me even working together. I don't have your resume. But it is interesting that Kelvin Benjamin comes out and says, listen, man, it would help. The guy was more accurate, and Greg Jennings came on earlier and said, yeah, I was with Cam in the Pro Bowl my first year, and I was like, dude, safeties over there. You can't tell me the quarterback Tony, you played with that really understood the essence of throwing you open protecting you because there is a difference between guys. Yeah, yeah. The guy I played with that could do that. Yes. I think me, I think as a player you, you have to learn how to read the defenses. And so if it's a zone, I'll tell the quarterback. I'm not running that way. I'm going to sit down if you thought over there. That's your new, but I'm sitting down so I don't get hit. So a lot of those times you have to you control most of that now and all the time, though, I think like ten percent of the time. The quarterback might throw me into a situation where I get in trouble. But a lot of the times I'm looking ahead to make sure that I'm staying safe. So you do believe some of that culpability comes on the player, the receiver the tight end, I think. Absolutely. And that's one thing that I tell young guys all the time a does that if you keep running, you're going to get hit like slowdown on purpose because that quarterback might not see that guy that you see and if he throws it. Yeah. You're going to get lit up in Canada. When Calvin Benjamin says that your takeaway because you've been critical of Cam before you said you like him. I like him, but we're like eight, nine years into this thing and he still makes mistakes that would drive people crazy. Here's the deal. I think Cam is his greatest asset is six, six, two hundred and sixty five pounds like a run. Yeah..

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