21 Burst results for "Warren Moon"

"warren moon" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:26 min | 2 months ago

"warren moon" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"He's trying to get back into it, so he's got to really be focused in all in on this because more so than any other position in sports. Order back. You'd better be all in or or use not gonNa work well for you so. That would be my biggest question him. Does he really want to play football? And then can you? Can you pass the workout of what a team would put him through? And then is he going to be focused enough to Get up to speed to learn a team system because. Cam Newton sitting out there right now, and he's not a starter Jameis Winston is a backup somewhere. This guy hasn't played in four years so if he expects to come in and be star. That's not going to happen. He's going to have to work his way back in like some of the other guys who have been playing each and every week, I was reading a Columbine Charles Robinson on Yahoo Roger Goodell has a small window to save his legacy and have a team signed Colin Kaepernick. HOW DOES THE COMMISSIONER? Convince Team to sign Colin Kaepernick I don't understand this. Yeah I. I don't know if that's going to happen either. He has a lot of power but I. Don't think he has that type of power. Because again he works for the owners and the owners Kinda make. The decisions on how they WanNa do things in and. You got gotta be an owner out there this willing to to to take that opportunity to sign him I know the seahawks had him in here a number of years ago and sat him down and they and I think. They got a chance to learn who he was. They got a chance to see him physically, and they put him. You know that was kind of part of their scouting process. If we need a quarterback, we knew this guy that made a week ago, too, so they know who he is. They've sat down with him. and I think this would be a good fit for him. If again he answers to other questions we. We talked about whether he can pass the workout and whether he's really totally into playing football because Pete Carroll's is open. Minded coach that there is in the league and the same thing with the ownership up here so I think it could work up here, but again those other questions after be answered. He's Warren Moon. The CFL and NFL Hall of Famer you're the only player in both CFL and NFL famous that right. High Am and only one other coach that thank God Bud Grant, but grant is. A COACH! In Canada and also in the NFL, too. So, what did you the for going jacket for going into the NFL hall? I do I got a jacket on a bust..

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The State of 'The Black Quarterback': A Conversation with Donovan McNabb

The Playbook

06:21 min | 6 months ago

The State of 'The Black Quarterback': A Conversation with Donovan McNabb

"Over a decade ago my Business Partner Hall of Fame Quarterback Warren Moon. I sat down to discuss. How can we stop? The labeling of black quarterbacks are dream was for some day they're not to be that description at all. I was blessed to sit down with Donovan. Mcnabb one of his men teas and proteges to discuss the status and progression of black quarterbacks in the NFL. This is entrepreneurs. The playbook hey I wanted to have a conversation about black quarterbacks and as you know it's been a big part of my career has warned being a client and then a partner of mine are dream. Ten years ago was that nobody would ever say black quarterback right but I think you know to this day that they don't use it as much but I see a hangover when I look at you not be in the hall of fame or the way that Warren's marketed because they don't want that story told about six years in Canada right right and then there's just an under Tony it's unintentional. It's like even with the metoo movement. Things go on aren't intentional. It's social development social. How can we help? Expediter accelerate people understanding the equality. That exists I you have to appreciate I don't think we're at a point where we appreciate the level of evolution. That's going on and I say that because he wanted to mention. Hey you know you were kind of guy that passed the torch in them like no. The torch was already late for Marlin Bristow Gilliam and dumb and James James Harris and those particular guys. It was then but it wasn't one that was accepted and then. I think when you mentioned the warnings and the Randall Donovan. Before I thought it was a warm place you played when you played but it was. It was kind of a it. Wasn't it wasn't appreciate and when? I say that you know it was the yard that Warren Password worn was Dan Marino. We'll be talking about how radio because his numbers are comparable today without the six years in candidate. But I I think what we're seeing now is. We're seeing people start to understand the level of talent ability. How cerebral these kids are. They can play from the pocket and their leaves. These are all things that when they mentioned about. You'll see that in in the list now and says it has it's literally presidential but but the thing is you have to be able to take a step back and say you know what these kids can play the quarterback position. And when you look at the collegiate ranks then more black quarterbacks in the collegiate good ones so again it goes back to happen understand. What the level we go through and give it to appreciate what we're seeing you know. I do allow entrepreneurs and I talked about patients who and the need to be offended or or resentful. And it's so interesting with all those guys that you talk to your mom. Briscoe someone that in California. We do a ton of work with for years trying to get that movie made by the way you know. It's a really good movie and a really good story but nobody's really resentful and angry or offended. How do you have the patience to wait for the reality to come about that? All the top quarterbacks are going to be evaluated by their talent. Well here we have old. School mentality shouts and tell you them telling evaluators who still have that. Well he's black quarterback what are we just evaluated his ability. How intelligent he is. The family background would become as he comes out. It's nothing else that you need to focus on focus on his color. You only public hair. You have to focus on how he wants. You know the the focus needs to be more of the position and that's what we're seeing we have. We have been after the American insult that people are afraid to talk about now. He will say well. We don't need talking about though. He's the third every America's worries. They play of great ones. The greatest african-american quarterback did win. The might. I've worked with before because the caregiver Steve but this could be an opportunity for a guy who people love is ability. Yeah and then. They want to question the thing about his character. What are you looking at? Are you looking more deep into trying to fight the negative or how good this really with? Doug flutie yeah who has a lot of similarities to a lot of running quarterback and I said if you were an African American would have been your chances even to play in the CFL for how old he is. He said there won't be a chance ever but stories like that people boss. Yeah well that's what I wanted in talking to people over and and it's important for us to focus on that because it's not gonNA stop. I mean we're looking at. We've looked at five afterward quarterback just in the playoffs alone. Yeah headed had a chance to have to play it in title game and then it's GonNa continue to grow where mean who's to say feels doesn't get drafted in the next year or two from Ohio state. Then I was talking about him. It's exciting right now. You've been one of those guys. They continue to grind the path. I'm on your team. As far as I'm Jay Hall of Famer right here. More people need to be aware of the issues that we're facing and this guy needs to be in the hall of fame and many others because we're building a pipeline hall of famers. It's a shame that Warren Moon American and I appreciate the respect. I love warranty. That's right I n there. I appreciate your insight and honesty thanksgiving.

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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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Joe Horrigan leaves Pro Football Hall of Fame after 42 years

Rich Eisen

07:15 min | 1 year ago

Joe Horrigan leaves Pro Football Hall of Fame after 42 years

"Joe Horrigan. Yes. Forty two years, the keeper of the flame at the pro football fame his last day on the job as yesterday. Mean so would you see the buildings still standing? I don't know. Personally held it up in confirmed. But one of the nicest sweetest guys. ESPN did a story about have over the weekend. I mean he has been doing everything for the hall of fame. And in terms of a great story when we first. When we. Like the sweetest man he would be the ones calling the hall of famers on the phone to let them know. A couple times doing pretty cool, rich because. Yeah, because we all right? So I'll tell story here. So we're on the air in, in Houston, Texas, at the Super Bowl for Super Bowl thirty eight our first one we ever did. Okay. Or the calendar year two thousand four NFL season two thousand three year that the patriots. The panthers. And then we watched them beat the eagles the next year Jacksonville. So reason why I'm bringing this up is our set was right near in the convention center, I ever NFL total axis set right near the main convention center dra- hall like the largest room in the convention center where they held all the press conferences, including for the pro football hall of fame. Now all you folks out there. No, the pro football hall of fame class is announced now at the NFL honors they try to keep it quiet. David Baker, the president of the pro football hall of fame walks around and knocks on doors of hotel rooms were all the eligible finalists are holed up with their families hoping to hear that knock on the door, and it's created some really amazing video moments where David Baker lets the players know that. They're now fully enshrined. They're immortal. It's like a very nice. It's, it's like a publisher's clearinghouse moment without the check. Right. So that's the way it's done now. And they try and keep that quiet until it's announced that the NFL honors a used to be they just announced in the press conference. That's it. And the players who were finalists were invited to the Super Bowl city and those that thought they were gonna make it showed up. Others were working on TV in many other parts of their their lives. There were working professionally at the Super Bowl and for just happened to be there, and some just wouldn't show because they didn't wanna show up to the host city and then find out they didn't make it. It's expensive. You know, and it stinks. I remember one year Warren Moon. Told me the year he got in Warren Moon. Was in town, and he was driving in a car. Somewhere around the city. I forget, what city was announced he was ending his driving in a car, and he was either going to get the phone call from the hall to say that he was in and he'd show up at the convention center drive convention center, or you didn't get the call, Dr the airport. Town. So that's the way it used to be. We're sitting there. And our green room was right next to our NFL, total access at, and John Elway and Barry Sanders, went in that year together. Jill. Look that up for me, make sure that this might not a pulling this story here. Was it? John Elway in Barry Sanders. Think went into the same pro football hall of fame class in the summer of two thousand four. And they were announced N Houston together, and they were. Correct. And they were in our green room. They were in our green room, just chilling out before they were being brought into the draft hall into the into the convention center, press conference hall room. And being announced. And we got an idea at the NFL network. You know what? Let's make this a thing. Like we had video of them waiting, and just we could have interviewed them and like, okay so players are here. And the press conference is going there. Let's televise the press conference. So the next year, I was the host of the press conference, and it was. Difficult. Tap dancing for me when I'm up there and hard-bitten media of the NFL world was used to just having the announcement happen. Right. And those who were there showing up and they'd be there, and they'd find out the rest of them. Instead, we just drew. We I think I kinda Jim great it like we try to draw out and the people in the room. The media members room really getting pissed off. So next year, it was just like we're gonna nounce them and wait for the people to come and show up, and then I would interview them, but sometimes it would take them five ten minutes to get to the convention center. And then the meantime, we would Joe would get the guys who was not who are not there on the phone for me to interview live. I remember those. Joe a couple of times me on live NFL network television. Just trying to tap. That's I forget the name of the guy, you don't have to look it up either. He was a veterans committee. And shrining who had been out of public life for very long time. And I'll be honest with you, who I never heard of I had no idea, he played like it was really from a long time ago. But we were so desperate to fill time. Joe got him on the phone. I don't wanna say. Joe got the guy on the phone, and as we're coming back from commercial break, he tells me, so and so's on the phone, but he probably can only answer questions because he has dimension. Mike ally. Gosh and Joe then ran away. Because he had another phone call to make. Sweetheart. I mean this guy is just so and I just was okay. You know, this is a great moment for this man, I asked him a couple of questions. He was able to actually answer them. But Joe gave me that nice little heads up. You know, hey, just right heads up for you. I may not be able to answer a single question. Guy. He just a sweetheart of a guy and I just wanted to say, thank you, Joe, he's out there, driving around, or he's on the driving range, or wherever somebody just let them know gave a

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Browns' Myles Garrett critical of Durant joining Warriors

Fitz and Brooks

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Browns' Myles Garrett critical of Durant joining Warriors

"Was silly three brunell five lower and i thought how good jimmy he was good keenum mcardle i was really good team man jets beat them in the playoffs but that team could want a super bowl offline at tennessee titans bruce matthews edinburgh campbell and warren moon warren moon's a guy if you would have had a chance to come over earlier when the black quarterback was accepted unlike unfairly going to canada think it's yours yeah he's still he's still in the conversation pure throwers of all time without added doubt he was great okay how about this i mean everybody every the crossover of nfl player china on the nba and vice versa i mean everybody's got a little piece of the pie listen to what myles garrett said about kevin durant for basically taking the easy way out the championship check this out katie broke the league you helped onto a seventy three nine team and then he took these well in my mind was different for when lebron left he kind of went to no wait and bausch and something that was already guarantees i'm that you already knew was going to you'll have immediate success you kind of have to know jalen work things in the place but katie you just stick them in any scores now you put no second best player in the world on a artie alltime great team and of course you're gonna have no success in pretty easy success were him i wouldn't have never made a move like that the i is in the competitive to jain know somebody's coattails to get a w.

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"warren moon" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Thirty five points by the third quarter so he was thirty five to three at at the in the third quarter the famous playoff game at the buffalo bills came from behind yeah you can't hang out on moore and moon you hang that all over the houston defense which just absolutely i got televised the warren moon was the university of washington nobody pick a chance so he signed with the edmonton eskimos of the canadian football league yeah but i mean that's the name of the team yeah it's funny that are called eskimo well all right but they team whose colors they copy are called the packers oh so so now that we have that established warren moon goes the edmonton eskimos in the late seventies right seventies and warren moon didn't do much holly did with win five or four nine i forget but it was like four or five grey cups which is the championship of the canadian football league leading the edmonton eskimos to i think like three straight and then another two straight something like that or maybe it was four straight straight or maybe it was five straight doesn't sound like a to informed on this coach i'm fully informed on it okay i'm informed on it well let's not have an argument yeah all right so but how many great cups did he win he won four or five i don't know how many but i will tell you that he won the championship of the canadian football league four or five times he was inducted into the canadian football league hall of fame let's no no offense but that's not a big deal hold the phone because that ain't all now he leaves canada and he comes out of the houston oilers of the of the of the national football league and proceeds to play his heart out with the houston oilers making nine pro bowls and eventually being inducted into the national football league hall of fame that is the pro football hall of fame the overall hall of fame is the canadian famous that is good as the pro football hall of fame now i should say not the perfect ball hall of fame covers all.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Is about people in the end and that it's about people from the front office to the people playing the game and so i got that an end up by the same token these and oilers had the first starting block quarterback in the nfl the sky warren moon who had come from the edmonton oilers who now he's obviously a household name but but warren moon was a trailblazer in his own right in the nfl i f a locker rooms are but that there are out there are a lot of people in there there are a lot of men i was very young and i i that was just something i didn't wanna do i didn't want to go in the locker room he we very much related to each other as i was in a young woman breaking as you outsiders tirelesly mail business and he on his part which i've always admired he came outside of the lockerbie conducted all his interviews allow them so that i wouldn't be i wouldn't stand out it'd be ostracised in any way so that was a cool experience you so all the media interview him outside the locker room so there were just a lot of different ways to go about it not and it was situational you know one thing with oilers the gamblers you know whatever the team was whatever the situation was i just tried to work it out 2010 espn's suspended one of your colleagues at the time the pardon the interruption host who who uh i only kornheiser yeah um what what the that was this is now eight years ago so it's definitely not top of mind for you probably you've moved on from it it's so funny to think about because i had come to espn from a as you mentioned from the early show from cb out so at the time um and and styles i think close all had to do with an outfit that i had on um and he made a really inappropriate remark about um about an outfit that i was wearing the funny thing is it was an outfit that i had worn on the early show ma.

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"warren moon" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on WEEI

"Happy holiday at you turner uh my question is right now gotten zoeller saying uh what does marks marietta reminds you more steve mcnair or more in his prime that's really good question i'm going to say warren moon because mark is mario doesn't play physical like steve mcnair stevie knows one of those guys that he would just try to run over linebackers because that's kind of style offense they had with jeff fisher's the head coach and you'll say eddie george the running back he always use his sheer force in will in addition to the ability of the root of football down the field mario to he does have you are wrong warren moon warned mood for those who don't know google the way he threw a football of the previous arms wanted to previous throws you'll want to see in the national football league mario to reminds me more of him the ways able to spend the football now he needs to get better making region making quicker decisions the judgments we know we can make plays outofpocket but he's got to make waves inside the pocket white given me those given me those to his comparisons he's more like warren moon that steve mcnair will the california which cover the frenzy you know what top man i'm ed de san diego charger bitter fan i hate the move that to la might think if the failure you ever thinking things are going ever come back racine yego it sucks because our good now i don't know what to do on i don't think they're between san diego bombs we will the should not a left in the first place because that fan base put a set of about thirty minutes ago anytime thompson mike that happens when it comes to money the other comfortably to people first quarter smooth a little people first that's just waited that's going to go so i can't see especially with all that's gone on between that city and the spanos family all the acrimony that has gone back and forth even if he wanted to come back i don't think the seat of san diego would welcome of back from a political side of you knock me fans point of view but it's amazing between a soccer stadium nobody wanted to manila.

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"warren moon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"warren moon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hall of famer warren moon under fits rokkasho warned how are you today i'm doing great guys over usd afternoon rick right so give us the seattle's going to kill the niners by 40 points or there's a little trouble in paradise and the sea hawks offense wasn't quite click it against green bay what do you think well we got to score a touchdown loophole where you'll be so motorboat ordered or mandela joke you know we used mortars there are last week so if it were if anybody things were coming in this game over carbonated are they gotta bureau were we've got some things that we up to get fixed and got to get him kicked in a hurry and we do have a great defense that helps pupils and ballgames but all pensively we've got eat really jay could barely were kicked cure that alternative line polio hit of both ryan the football and grasp rejection and once we do that i think we'll be a really good football game but we don't know how long it's going to take because the wind was just put together really the last couple of weeks ago that end reason up and and that's been an issue for seattle and even in the good days that the offense of line would be a group of guys who you would necessarily think of as you know studs right off the top end as injury started to take hold and as you have to pay money to people in the business of football stars to come around the offensive line situation for seattle has become less and less opt more but do you see that also is symptomatic of other nfl teams as well 'cause i i think it's pretty easy you can draw straight line for teams that are having lessthanstellar of issues with their quarterbacks and you could draw that to write to their issues with their offense of line you look around the legal as we know was really bad authors who are employer you look in houston other quarterback scott set can climbed led ballgame between the two of them or you look at the new york giants a dallas cowboy game at uri molly had no time ikuo the ball down the you'll so i think bad options alive player in that usually happen in the first week of the.

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