37 Burst results for "coordinator"

Fresh "coordinator" from Emotional Management with Dr. Christian Conte

Emotional Management with Dr. Christian Conte

01:42 min | 9 min ago

Fresh "coordinator" from Emotional Management with Dr. Christian Conte

"A mask, and that's okay with me. That's good. Would you urge Americans to wear a mask? If it's necessary. I would urge him to wear a mask. And I would say follow the guidelines on another matter that Trump Administration has rescinded a rule that would have required international students to transfer schools or leave the country if their colleges hold classes entirely online this fall because of the pandemic. There is promising news about an experimental vaccine for covert 19 in an early stage study researchers working with modernise vaccine for the Corona virus report it provoked immune responses in all 45 volunteers taking part in the study and that no one experienced a serious side effect. More than half had mild or moderate reactions such as headaches, chills or pain at the injection site. Company was the first to start human testing of the vaccine in March. Next, they'll recruit 30,000 people for the final testing. The covert 19 numbers from the state and county today aren't as bad as they sound. Pennsylvania recorded more than 900 new cases today, however, nearly 1/4 of those air due to a delay in lab reporting, Allegheny County reported 331 new cases but again due to a reporting delay on Ly, 145 of those are from the past 24 hours. Health officials are working to determine the reason for the delays. The state recorded 20 new deaths today one in Allegheny County. Ah, former staffer at a veteran's affairs hospital in West Virginia, pleads guilty to killing seven patients with high doses of insulin in 2017 and 2018. Read Amazes, a former nursing assistant at the Louis a. Johnson Va. Medical Center in Clarksburg. She's charged with seven counts of second degree murder and one count of assault with intent to commit murder. Her motive remains unclear. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was admitted to the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland early this morning for treatment of a possible infection related to a bile duct stent placed last August. She'll stay in the hospital for a few days. Residents of about two dozen homes in mill Vale were forced out this afternoon when a container carrying a hazardous chemical fell off the bed of a truck having about 12 30 at CV and Evergreen roads Mill Veil, Emergency management coordinator Jim Majeski says about 200 gallons spilled onto the roadway. According t o the composition of this first we had Teo clean it up with some dry material so much Oppa's we can arrest will be diluted. In the end, he says. The by.

Allegheny County Johns Hopkins Hospital Second Degree Murder Oppa Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Evergreen Roads Mill Veil Trump Administration Headaches Mill Vale TEO West Virginia Jim Majeski Clarksburg Supreme Court Johnson Va Pennsylvania Coordinator LY Louis A
Sarah's Wildlife Friendly Wedding

GrowthBusters

03:51 min | 6 d ago

Sarah's Wildlife Friendly Wedding

"Okay so now for the main event. Let's welcome Sir Ability to the conversation. Sarah talked to you I'll come Sarah exactly me. Let's see Sarah. Did has been boy getting close to a year and a half since we recorded that first episode about while friendly weddings and quick introduction for everybody, you are the endangered species coordinator for the population and Sustainability Program at the center for Biological Diversity. Collins Coordinator got the key word. Endangered Species Conduct's coordinator Oh I left that out. Thanks for the correction. You only get to coordinate the condom. Start it, I, misunderstanding people make the condoms are for the dangerous species sometimes, which is always fun correction to make Yup that's a good chuckle. We'll ask you for an update on that, but anyway Sarah wrote the wildlife friendly wedding guide that was published on Valentine's Day in two thousand and nineteen. You can still find it free at wildlife, friendly wedding, dot com, and you can order it if you absolutely need a hard copy I assume they can still order hardcopy if they want it. Does well, so we're glad to talk to you we wanted to. Circle back, because when you and I last spoke, you had yet to go through the experience of actually being in your own while life friendly wedding I assume it was pretty well friendly. Yeah, that's right. Yeah, I got married last year. I mean I've done most of the planning last February, but you know got finally do the think. Next month coming out with the wildlife, friendly divorce guide right. funnily enough people have asked about wildlife friendly funeral guide. There's sort of a connection there. It's just like a little less fun to plug, but there are people out there talking about that stuff which is. Yeah. We did a fairly recent episode of the growth. Busters podcast our friend in Boring Oregon to quit the expert on green funerals, very enlightening and was a great guest, so will include a Lincoln. The show notes since we've mentioned that. Yeah, you may WanNa. Go back and check that out. You can refer people to. Okay. But anyway, that's a lousy joke about divorce. so forgive me for that so before we start drilling you to find out how that went. And what new thoughts you have a really think we ought to just sort of mentioned that we planned on doing this episode months and months ago long before the covid nineteen pandemic, and we thought that kind of early and wedding season. Season it would be really good to kind of revisit and see how your wedding went. And what new advice you might have, because now so many weddings are being canceled or postponed, so if someone's listening and you're dealing with these stresses I. Just want you to know that our hearts really go out to. Your were sorry that that's getting messed up a little bit. Yeah and if you're somebody who has opted for virtual wedding, the season or is maybe doing a virtual wedding until you're able to have your official wedding the future whenever that happens definitely, send us your story. We want to hear from you. podcast at growth busters dot org, and isn't that Funny Sarah in that episode that we recorded over a year and a half ago. I kinda equipped and asks you. If anybody was so Geeky, they were actually doing virtual wedding. You're the. And I'm sure they are. Are you getting any stories about that from anybody? I mean definitely like I. Keep up on the wedding blogs. Just Kinda see where sustainability is being discussed, so yeah, it's definitely been huge thing and not even just the weddings. bachelorette's the showers virtual shower in a couple of weeks, which is goal is family. That's further way that I. I would probably go on to the person on the side is making a little more accessible kind of all these virtual events right like I can go to a virtual event for museum like many states away now, Emmy it. Hundred percent sucks. If you have to put this often, this was not your plan, but some interesting silver linings. You can

Sarah Coordinator Emmy Oregon Center For Biological Diversit Sustainability Program Wanna Official
Fresh update on "coordinator" discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

00:42 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "coordinator" discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"You're just not listening and so I stopped, and I was going to sell guitar. To the guy that sold it to me to make that car payment, which is you know was like sticking my finger in a hole in the side of the whole of a boat and knew that wouldn't fix. The problem came home that night. We sat down until two thirty in the morning. We laid on the table a school night. We laid it all out there and said this, is it? This is where it ends, and we're changed direction and buddy. After that like. You said it was all I mean was. What do you tell people you didn't multiple classes? You've been highly successful. You've been a coordinator multiple times. What do you tell people the key to getting out of debt? There's several and I think each person it applies differently, but first and foremost you've got to decide Yup. You've got to draw that line in the sand and you've got to decide. It's time just like what you say. You say it all the time. You'll clap your hands and it's we're going, and so you've gotta decide first of all, and then I'll always. Always tell our classes stressed our classes. Shout out to our classes out there in Birmingham. We love our our support group, but we tell them all time. You've gotTa Find Your Y. Just like Simon says you gotTa Find Your Y.. You GotTa Know Your Y, and then you've got to have I've had it moment, and you gotta decide, and once you do that. But? Did you gotta do it I mean I tell all time you gotTa Love Your family and your legacy more than your stuff and you've got to be ready to to shed it and just rock and roll in lockdown this stuff hey darcy. To the loud, lovely passionate husbands out there who sit next to quiet, brilliant beautiful one. What's the one thing that you want to tell those men? Just. Be there for your wife and be there for your family, and and listen to them, and and just support them, and all you said the l word. Listen Right, then listen. Good for you, let's go, let's go back to. You. John Johnny calls in trouble. Dorsey here is a Ninja. Did. It? Again she was there I was reading I mean she figured out a way to make it his idea..

Dorsey Coordinator John Johnny Birmingham Darcy Simon
Birx links coronavirus spikes to states that 'stepped on the gas' when reopening

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:48 sec | 6 d ago

Birx links coronavirus spikes to states that 'stepped on the gas' when reopening

"At the White House is Corona, Virus Response coordinator is blaming states stepping on the gas during re opening for the surgeon covered cases on the Wharton Business Daily podcast ever, Berks Pointed the finger at states that reopened much more abruptly, as opposed to those that were more conservative for disturbing surge of cases across the country. We have the control that changed the course of this virus today, Andi will take individual action wearing mask and public everywhere in the United States wearing mask around the vulnerable inside, I'm wearing math in the workplace. I'm really curtailing our activities. There's a lot of models that say if we just cut in half what we did as far as eating out and going out and doing things that that will have a tremendous impact on this viral spread.

United States Wharton Business Daily White House Andi Coordinator Berks
Coronavirus update: Mexico

Pacifica Evening News

06:13 min | Last week

Coronavirus update: Mexico

"Cove in 19 death tolls of Spain and France to join the U. S. Brazil the UK in Italy in the top five deadly isnot breaks The U. S of Southern neighbors seem to have had a far milder outbreak, but a closer look at the data reveals an incomplete picture. Katie Face correspondent Shannon Young reports from Oaxaca. The day after Mexico overtook the cove a death toll of France to join the five countries in the world. With the heaviest losses to the pandemic. President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador addressed the nation. To blame the media. Hey, sis In the end venues in Mexico, Yes. He said. Conservatives and their media mouthpieces focus on the rising death toll without clarifying the differences in population between European nations in Mexico, the president pointed out when looked at from a per capita perspective, France and Spain were harder head. He offered an apology to Spain for the media comparison, adding that the conservative sensationalist press is despicable. Is a Marine. Mexico had the advantage of time to prepare preventative measures and a robust response is covert, 19 closed in The signs were promising at first, Unlike in the U. S. The government coordinated a unified federal response. In a synchronized move. Schools nationwide took classes online while government workers set up home offices. Messaging was clear. Stay home gave thee in Gaza Gate up in Gaza for Colombia and Mexico is Corona virus Response coordinator Dr Lopez got became an overnight celebrity by hosting our long press conferences each evening in an unscripted and easy to follow style that inspired trust and one public approval. But the strategy he leads has been a mixed bag. In a country where roughly half of the population lives in poverty. The government did not provide direct economic stimulus checks to tide over citizens unable to work. Many self employed vendors and small business owners had little choice but to try to make ends meet. Mexican leaders also opted for an extremely limited testing policy. Mexico has one of the world's lowest per capita testing rates and the highest rate of positive cases per test. One out of every two people tested for the virus in Mexico has a result showing they are infected, not even report it moment on any task force leader. Lopez got ill has repeatedly rejected calls to increase testing, saying the sentinel method of monitoring samples of symptomatic populations. Conserves resource is and is consistent with epidemiological modeling practices. Okay, Spirit Teresa settle in revista Entrevista made equipment under the so called Sentinel surveillance model on Ly one in approximately 10 patients showing Covad like symptoms but deemed healthy enough for out patient monitoring is eligible for a diagnostic test. How it works is you have to perform sickness releases more. A notary's received a test in the southern state of Guerrero after several days of symptoms. When I went in, I didn't have a fever. And so I had to say to compensate, saying I don't have it right now. But Oh, my God. It was terrible Look two days ago, and it wass, But I like the way you express it. You have to perform illness in order to be believed His results took more than 30 days to come back. They were positive. Despite minimal testing rates. Mexico has a formidable accumulated backlog. According to government data, more than 11% of all tests performed in Mexico are still awaiting results. Some of those results have been pending since April. Morning autobiography, says he was told to expect results within 72 hours and that the lab didn't usually bother to communicate negatives to the local health center. Not having the results for that long, definitely influenced my behavior. Give me examples. Perhaps the most prominent is that I had to go out and buy groceries. Um, I would normally do that because I live alone. But in this case scenario I would have Capt. Much deeper into my networks to find help. Mexico has repeatedly blown past official predictions regarding the outbreaks. Peak response later, Dr Lopez got till now says the first wave is likely to end sometime in October. Task force members have publicly expressed hope in developing herd immunity while building up hospital capacity to handle caseloads. The United Kingdom initially floated the idea of a herd immunity approach before medical experts pointed out that massive preventable loss of life the strategy would entail. Currently, the UK ranks only behind the U. S. And Brazil and covert deaths. The broad and vocal medical consensus to debunk heart immunity has been lacking in Mexico. And progressive voices that tenaciously questioned. Past administrations have been relatively muted during the current administration, the first self described leftist government to come to power in nearly a century. Without widespread testing in Mexico to aid an early detection of covert cases or timely results for the relatively few tests performed demand for hospital beds. Khun B. Hard to predict before patients arrive at emergency room doors. As with much of Mexico's outbreak dimensions, what's within public view is the tip of the iceberg. Shannon Young. KPFA

Mexico Dr Lopez President Andres Manuel Lopez France Spain Shannon Young Oaxaca Cove Kpfa UK Katie Face Self Employed Covad Khun B. Hard Brazil Revista Entrevista Gaza Gate Guerrero
Why is this Peruvian farmer suing Germany's largest power company RWE?

Science Friction

05:49 min | Last week

Why is this Peruvian farmer suing Germany's largest power company RWE?

"So. You're bad to make a Peruvian Pharma. WHO's suing Germany's largest power company W? A this is a heist could radically disrupt debate over climate action and week you'll also hear from our wwl representatives in a rare interview about the controversial case. Germany's shutting down all power stations over the next twenty years, so it does that mean for the transition of business. And he gone to meet the man who has become a thorn in the side of fossil fuel companies because he's dredging up their own data to challenge them. This is climate in the courtroom pot one. Murder. Looking. I am suing so that the big companies need to take into account that they should not pollute. Way of saying enough is not. He's not paid by anybody to do this. He knew that it would take years. He knew that could be lost. It could be one. He knew that he would probably be facing some animosity on the ground in his village. But. He decided to do this to just show himself and his children that if there is an injustice you can act upon. or It is like a coal. Companies surely won't even feel since they are so wealthy. We need to start from somewhere. The fend ourselves. Another goal. Record. No nobody's asking to shut up shop. We know that this transformation will take decades on the corporations can lead that effort transforming companies from simply providing liquid fuels for example. To invest in carbon capture sequestration to invest in offshore wind, for example particularly in the rich, western, world, concluding Australia where the preponderance of historic emissions have enabled our economies to grow wealthy. We need to decarbonised faster than the developing world so that they can have a chance. Proper development as well. What is the concern of people who live on islands where the water level rises? What is the concern of people who suffer from hurricanes that haven't been there before? Their concern is that greenhouse gases must be reduced greatly of course, our responsibility as a power generator through reduce your to emissions, and that's what we're doing. Closing down power stations, investing into renewable supporting co two targets, also the embiid ones porting energy transition. Third episode where taking you to the Philippines for human rights showdown over climate change that's commanding attention, even in the face of president deterred has discords for drug uses and jailing of journalists, but first. Why is a Peruvian Pharma and Mountain God in the central Andes, attracting such international attention? My Name is Dr Road of. I'm a lawyer in private practice on my practices located in Hamburg. Germany and I represent so Luciano you in his quest and case against. With just German Energy Utility look the road of a high and is regular attorney in private practice, but before that she co founded the pioneering Ngo, the Climate Justice Program in two thousand and three ended her PhD on international climate, protection law, after years working in climate policy. What I find is that people have been coming to me increasingly in the last ten years. Asking for advice on what you know what you could do with respect to the increasing inadequacy of action with regard to what the science tells us. And then in two thousand, fourteen I decided to take on the first case with just this RWE case since they've multiplied and the man at the heart of bet, landmark case was half a world away at the end of a correctly online. My name is sold. Luciano you year I am and guide. From family of a small apartments, daughter I am a forty years of age or the. So who lives in the bustling town of us and in the mountains, above what else is a gateway for tourists heading off on hogging adventures in the stunning coordinator Blanca Mountain range of the central, Andes. But for locals, those mountains are life. Komo From clouds he goes to the moments and these hills with our culture in the area. There is a great dependency on the fence in agriculture in what us. The Mon I are everything for a farmer in a month and guide. It is like an office that gives you subsistence cool more fifteen. About two. Hundred. And my client is assistance the with his family in the Small Village Code Yuba. I'm he plans potatoes and vegetables, and I'm raises Guinea pigs to then have food. He has children and his own old parents. So in the season he will take tourists up to the glaciers and Laguna. And so did his father when he was little bit younger,

Germany Peruvian Pharma Luciano Private Practice Small Village Code Yuba Climate Justice Program Murder RWE Laguna Andes Hamburg Blanca Mountain German Energy Utility Philippines Australia Coordinator
You have to outwork everybody else.

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:40 min | 2 weeks ago

You have to outwork everybody else.

"I'm curly's Aken I'm Danielle Weisberg welcome skin from the couch this podcast where we go deep on career advice from women who have lived check from the good stuff like hiring and growing team to the rough stuff like negotiating your salary and giving or getting hard feedback. We started the skin from a couch, so what better place to talk it all out than it began on a couch. Hey, everyone, the show might look and sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches, the scam is working from home for the time being because of covid nineteen today joined by a powerhouse of the music industry, Julie Greenwald she is the CEO and chairman of Atlantic records during her time in the business. She's helped. Advance the careers of Bruno Mars. Kelly Clarkson at Sharon. Just to name a few chewy were really excited to have you with us today. Welcome to skin from the couch. They you for having me so truly. We're GONNA. Jump in, ask you to skim your resume for us. I went to two lane university go graduated in nineteen ninety wine, and then I did a program called teach for America where I taught in the calliope projects, and then I started working at Rush Management With Lear Coin Your Cohen's assistant from ninety two to ninety. Re Unwind Ninety. Three moved over to detmer hurts and became the promotions coordinator, and then from ninety three to ninety nine worked my way up industrial records, and then ninety nine took over island records and became the head of marketing for island addict. Jam. Then I'm not quite sure when I became president with now it's not to get causey with my dates, but I do know in two thousand four I. I came over to Atlantic records online I've been at Atlantic records since two thousand four Julie with something that is not on your kind of official bio that we should know about you I. Don't think I officially. put down. That I am a mom with two kids by that is probably my most favorite part of my life is that I am a twenty year old and a sixteen year old. That's great I want to kind of just start with the elephant in the room that we're all dealing with which is how to run companies amid stay global pandemic, the music industry is interesting, because in some ways you know, it seems like you have a lot of talented people who are at home, and a moment of reflection in some sorts and I'm sure they'll be a lot of good hopefully music to come out with it. But how are you thinking about this time? So for the artists that have been able to continue to give us, music is been business as usual in terms of. Thinking of Creative Marketing and promotional. For these artists rollout there songs, obviously facing different challenges, which is. Creation of music video photo shoots. We've sent artist green screens. We've sent them ring lights, and so been really just trying to keep everybody focused on the fact that the world is listening to music right now to help through such a terrible time, and so many artists are giving great music to continue out there. They're a bunch of artists that still need to get into a studio. Need a collaboration and those artists. Were just trying to be really good partners and friends to down and tell them that you know. Hey, it's okay. Take this time, maybe just right in a notebook and try to just be you know thoughtful, and in good partners to our artists that are staring at the fact that they may not be able to tour. You know for the. Future and so we're just trying to make sure that they see the light to buy you know. Streaming has really offered us a way to share their art and music and doing these live streams social. That, they can stay connected to their hands. I think we've been incredibly lucky. In terms of all the businesses that are really been affected were continuing to. Market and promote during this time. And as a leader, how have you been trying to set your team up remotely and keep them focused at a time when there's so much uncertainty? So, I personally jumped writing at first and I do weekly email. It's very personal. Email to my whole company every Sunday night to talk about okay. We're about to start in next week. Know Week two week three and I share my stories and I let them know that. Now I'm in a house with two crazy kids and husband and a dog just diagnosed. Diagnosed with cancer and Chemo and and so you know I let them know that I to going through you know challenging situations, and then also set up a time for every department where I call it either morning tea, or after key, where every assistant coordinator manager director on up gets an opportunity to see me on the screen and talk to me in. In us. We questions so I can kind of let them know what we're talking about. Upstairs and keep sharing the fact that we don't know when we're GONNA. Come back when it's okay because we're working. How can I help you and in really like? Let them see that they can. Individually email may call me facetime with me and I'm right there in the. The canoe with them.

Julie Greenwald Kelly Clarkson Bruno Mars Danielle Weisberg Coordinator Head Of Marketing America Assistant Coordinator Manager Rush Management Chairman President Trump Causey Cohen Official Cancer Chemo
Former Redskins assistant, "Hogs" creator Bugel dies at 80

Real Estate Today

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Former Redskins assistant, "Hogs" creator Bugel dies at 80

"Redskins assistant coach Joe Bugle regarded as one of the top offensive line coaches in NFL history. Died this morning at the age of 80. The team did not disclose the cause of death. Bugle was the architect of the Hogs. The dominant offensive lines had helped lead the team to three Super Bowls with three different quarterbacks under Hall of Fame head coach Joe Gibbs Bugle was the team's offensive coordinator and offensive line coach in 1981 in 1982 and became the assistant head coach in 1983 the year the Redskins scored then NFL record 541 points. After a turn his head coach with the Phoenix Cardinals and a two year break from coaching, He returned for a second stint with Washington from 2004 to 2009.

Joe Bugle Joe Gibbs Bugle Redskins NFL Phoenix Cardinals Hall Of Fame Washington
White House coronavirus task force holds first briefing in months as outbreak spreads

KYW 24 Hour News

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

White House coronavirus task force holds first briefing in months as outbreak spreads

"Well it is a sign of concern over rapidly rising covert numbers in several states that today for the first time in nearly two months the White House coronavirus task force took the microphones and answered reporters questions vice president pence says he'll travel in the coming days to three states hit hardest by the recent surge in cases Arizona Florida and Texas alongside Dr Deborah Berks the White House coronavirus response coordinator doctrine that he found she the nation's top infectious disease expert says all of us kids and teens included about societal responsibility if we want to end this outbreak he says we've got to realize we are part of the process we're either part of the solution or part of the problem we have such an unusual situation because of all of the decades that I've been involved in chasing infectious diseases I've never seen anything that is so protean its ability to make sick people sick or not there's no other infectious disease that goes from forty percent of the people having no symptoms to some having mild symptoms to some having severe some requiring staying at home for weeks some going to the hospital some getting intensive care some getting intubated some getting ventilated and some dying of the vice president says the mission of the U. S. now is to partner with states to save lives and to safely reopen that re opening is been paused in Texas where Republican governor Greg Abbott is shutting pubs down again in scaling back restaurant dining Florida to clamping down on bars because of a sharp surge in corona virus

Pence Arizona Florida Texas Dr Deborah Berks Vice President Greg Abbott White House Coordinator Partner
Fauci urges Americans to act more responsibly to help slow spread of COVID-19

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fauci urges Americans to act more responsibly to help slow spread of COVID-19

"Dr Anthony Fauci says he's never seen anything anything like like covert covert nineteen nineteen he he says says in in decades decades of of work work with with infectious infectious disease disease he's he's never never experienced experienced a a virus virus which which is is so so unpredictable unpredictable in in its its ability ability to make people sick or not so he issued a plea today to all Americans to realize that everyone is vulnerable the comments came during the first coronavirus task force briefing in weeks and those parts of the country have seen major spikes in infection task force coordinator Dr Deborah Berke said to top states with the largest increase in test positive are Texas and Arizona followed by Florida Mississippi South Carolina Alabama Georgia Louisiana Nevada and Utah those last uses it for you states are under still ten percent but we're tracking them closely as we look at that individually she says she'll be visiting several hot spots over the next few

Dr Anthony Fauci Dr Deborah Berke Texas Arizona Florida Mississippi Nevada Utah Coordinator Alabama Georgia Louisiana
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott closes bars, dials back restaurants to half-capacity, shuts river rafting

KYW 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott closes bars, dials back restaurants to half-capacity, shuts river rafting

"Vice president Mike pence says sixteen states are seeing an increase in cases of the coronavirus roughly half of the new cases are Americans under the age of thirty five which which is at a certain level very encouraging news is the experts tell us because as we know so far in this pandemic that younger Americans are less susceptible to serious outcomes of the corona virus he's speaking now with Dr Deborah Berks the White House of iris response coordinator risk factors go with your co morbidity not necessarily with your age Carol the radios and Greenstein is in Texas and says bars now have to close their bread Barnett owns a pair of bars in the fort worth stockyards and he says it's disheartening we've been through a lot already it's just keep government form that says his bars were able to bounce back from being shut down the first time but if these shut downs keep happening he may not be as fortunate down the road that Piper CBS news have a size those bars the Republican Texas governor Greg Abbott also is scaling back restaurant dining and ending rafting and tubing on rivers for now as Texas reported more than seventeen thousand confirms coronavirus cases in the last three days

Vice President Mike Pence Dr Deborah Berks White House Carol Texas Barnett Greg Abbott Coordinator Greenstein CBS
Leveraging the Quadruple Aim in Healthcare Innovation with Jeroen Tas

Outcomes Rocket

04:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Leveraging the Quadruple Aim in Healthcare Innovation with Jeroen Tas

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket today I have the privilege of hosting Garin Tass. He's a chief innovation and Strategy Officer of Royal Philips a position. He's held since February two thousand seventeen year experienced global executive and entrepreneur with the track record of leading innovation in healthcare, information, technology and financial services industries. He clearly sees the tremendous value that information technology and data can add to managing health, leading the company's Global Innovation and Strategy Organization he's responsible for emanate strategy planning RND Solution Design Medical Affairs Sustainability. Technology, platforms ventures. Ventures and emerging businesses, he's in charge of creating a pipeline of innovation in their various businesses that Phillips covers within healthcare. They are focused on delivering on quadruple aim, which is improving health outcomes, improving patient, experience, staff, satisfaction and lowering the cost of care, and in my interview with urine. He dives deep into how they're doing that with some great examples that you will enjoy. He's a respected thought leader and was responsible for turning around. Philips healthcare it business and has been instrumental in establishing health sweet as a new. New Open Industry Standard for the healthcare. Internet of things cloud platform year and joined Phillips in twenty eleven, leading it worldwide as group chief information officer in two thousand fourteen. He became CEO of Phillips Healthcare. Informatics solutions and services, overseeing digital health and clinical informatics from two thousand sixteen. He led the company's connected care and informatics business, demonstrating passion to create new models of people centric healthcare based on the power of information technology before joining Phillips Urine Co founded and served as president. CEO and Vice Chairman of the board. Board for emphasis and it and business process outsourcing company, which was acquired by HP in two, thousand, six, prior to emphasise. He was head of Transaction Technology Citigroup's tech lab. Who's responsible for innovation and development of the banks customer facing systems, including Internet, banking and self service devices from two thousand seven to eight. He was VPN general manager at EDS responsible for the company's global competency centers. He has been a winner of the Eny entrepreneur of the year award, and many more but in two days after. We're going to dive into how it's important to focus on the quadruple aim, but also how diverse mindset such as Mr is diverse mindset and experience across different industries can help us in healthcare and looking at different perspectives to drive the most value for our healthcare dollar, and to provide the best care for patients, so such a privilege to have Mr task on the podcast today. Yaron thanks so much for joining me. really pleasure to be there so so. What an incredible Just work that you do. you know had a chance to to really. Connect with you a little bit further when we were in Vegas. Together offer the health meeting. Bud what what happens in Vegas Stays Vegas. All right so there we go. Let's change topics. I'd love if you could just share what inspires your your work in healthcare? Well, I think like all of us. We have personal stories. have personal stories. It's related the to health and You know what really motivated me to to get into. Healthcare is when my daughter was diagnosed with type, one diabetes and She was rushed to the hospital and spend a couple of days in the ICU. And I think confronted me with. The Way Healthcare is organized confronted knee wits how technology is used. My reaction was wow this. This can be so much better you know in my daughter regularly says I'm I'm actually the the care coordinator because? Diabetes is a complex disease with complications and their mental aspects to it as well, and she says I I kind of have to coordinate between cared disciplines, and I'm also data aggregate, or because every time I go somewhere. I need to carry my files and explain what the what has happened,

Phillips Healthcare Chief Innovation And Strategy Phillips Global Innovation And Strategy Way Healthcare Diabetes General Manager Garin Tass Vegas Phillips Urine Co Philips Head Of Transaction Technology Executive Chief Information Officer HP EDS Coordinator
Activists, teachers rally against Chicago police in public schools

Sean Hannity

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Activists, teachers rally against Chicago police in public schools

"Another teachers union is calling for police to leave their school hallways if the Chicago teachers union gets its way there will be no more cops in the city's public schools the union is calling for the school board to rip up the school districts thirty three million dollar contract with Chicago PD which puts about one hundred fifty resource officers in schools there Lori Lightfoot and the head of Chicago public schools up the proposal but the union says the money would be better spent on social workers and what they called restorative justice coordinator teacher Michelle Gundersen I need protection from my students most of the teachers don't see their students as potential criminals I know that we can do this the school board is expected to vote Wednesday whether to go the way of Denver Seattle and other cities that have already decided to take out of classrooms in Chicago Grady Trimble

Chicago Teachers Union Lori Lightfoot Seattle Grady Trimble Chicago Coordinator Michelle Gundersen Denver
Stabbing at U.K. Park Is Declared a ‘Terrorist Incident’

Kuhn's Cooking Hour

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Stabbing at U.K. Park Is Declared a ‘Terrorist Incident’

"British police say they are treating a stabbing rampage in a park that killed three people as a terrorist attack dean Haydon the UK's coordinator of terrorism and counterterrorism policing say counter terror detectives were taking over the investigation into the attack in the town of reading west of London three people were killed and three seriously wounded in stabbing some readings Forbury gardens park on Saturday evening a twenty five year old man is in custody here's Metropolitan Police assistant commissioner Neil Basu will lead the motivation for this horrific act

UK Coordinator London Commissioner Neil Basu Dean Haydon Metropolitan Police
Report documents nearly 2,000 Reconstruction-era lynchings

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Report documents nearly 2,000 Reconstruction-era lynchings

"The hi hi Mike Mike first Crossey scripted Rossi network a with reporting details TV secretary on show a new of report has state begun Mike shooting that Pompeii documents again all nearly will meet after two with thousand the the top long Chinese reconstruction layoff official brought era on in by lynchings Hawaii the corona virus the equal secretary justice of state initiative Mike Pompeii announced Tuesday will meet in Hawaii it has now documented Wednesday with nearly the senior sixty Chinese five hundred official first lynchings out to of discuss the blocks of black a wide people the array bold of topics that started and the beautiful during that have the frayed post relations the civil popular war between CBS era the of United daytime reconstruction States dramas and China beginning the report production according titled to becoming people reconstruction the familiar first with such in America the show trip to who resume spoke documents on work condition an additional of the anonymity casting two thousand crew Pompeii reassembling lynchings all left between Washington at television eighteen Tuesday sixty city five in accompanied Los Angeles and by eighteen his deputy under seventy guidelines Steven six beacon mandated lynchings they will by meet LA were privately primarily county at Hickam in and but Air not Force the state limited base of California to with a delegation the south led among the by report the safeguards young includes geo chop in thirty place the six Chinese the show mass communist will have lynchings party's an independent top including foreign coded affairs the killing nineteen official of an estimated coordinator discussions two on hundred about set North black Korea people that coordinator over seem several likely days will as well ensure nope that said lucis there speaking is a Louisiana regular as also testing the in U. eighteen S. of special everyone sixty envoy eight involved for in hi North the show Mike Korea Rossio crude might levels cross will the be minimized Washington and staggered to promote social distancing and mask and social distancing will be required for everyone the only exception the actors when the cameras are rolling the show hasn't yet announced when the first new episode will air I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

Louisiana Oscar Wells Gabriel Mike Korea Korea Coordinator Steven China Rossi Mike Mike Hi North Secretary California Los Angeles Washington America Hawaii Mike Pompeii Official Mike Shooting
Pompeo to meet top Chinese official in Hawaii amid tensions

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pompeo to meet top Chinese official in Hawaii amid tensions

"The hi Mike first Crossey scripted network a reporting TV secretary show of has state begun Mike shooting Pompeii again all will meet after with the the top long Chinese layoff official brought on in by Hawaii the corona virus secretary of state Mike Pompeii will meet in Hawaii Wednesday with the senior Chinese official first out to of discuss the blocks a wide the array bold of topics and the beautiful that have frayed relations the popular between CBS the United daytime States dramas and China beginning production according to becoming people the familiar first with such the show trip to who resume spoke on work condition of the anonymity casting crew Pompeii reassembling all left Washington at television Tuesday city in accompanied Los Angeles by his deputy under guidelines Steven beacon mandated they will by meet LA privately county at Hickam and Air Force the state base of California with a delegation led among by the safeguards young geo chop in place the Chinese the show communist will have party's an independent top foreign coded affairs nineteen official coordinator discussions on about set North Korea that coordinator seem likely will as well ensure that said there speaking is a regular as also testing the U. S. of special everyone envoy involved for in North the show Korea crude might levels cross will the be minimized Washington and staggered to promote social distancing and mask and social distancing will be required for everyone the only exception the actors when the cameras are rolling the show hasn't yet announced when the first new episode will air I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

Official Mike Pompeii Hawaii CBS Washington Los Angeles Steven Beacon Hickam Air Force California Coordinator Korea Secretary China Oscar Wells Gabriel
'The Bold and the Beautiful' among first to resume shooting

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

'The Bold and the Beautiful' among first to resume shooting

"The first scripted network TV show has begun shooting again after the long layoff brought on by the corona virus first out of the blocks the bold and the beautiful the popular CBS daytime dramas beginning production becoming the first such show to resume work the casting crew reassembling at television city in Los Angeles under guidelines mandated by LA county and the state of California among the safeguards in place the show will have an independent coded nineteen coordinator on set that coordinator will ensure that there is a regular testing of everyone involved in the show crude levels will be minimized and staggered to promote social distancing and mask and social distancing will be required for everyone the only exception the actors when the cameras are rolling the show hasn't yet announced when the first new episode will air I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

Los Angeles La County California Coordinator CBS Oscar Wells Gabriel
Demonstrators voice concerns over spearfishing incident

Native America Calling

03:47 min | Last month

Demonstrators voice concerns over spearfishing incident

"This is national native. News Antonia Gonzalez last month. A man shot off a gun near tribal spear fishers on the lake in northern Wisconsin for many that brought back memories protests over native spear fishing rights in the nineteen eighties and nineties. The man involved in the recent incident says he was shooting at a squirrel on his property, but is now facing misdemeanor hate crime charges. Some tribal members want tougher prosecution Ben Meyer explains the protest Monday morning in front of the violence. County courthouse was silent, but noticeable people like Shannon Retana held signs, demanding justice for tribal members and. And respect for treaty rights were tired of the hey. Tight racism is hatred and feeding, and allowing that to continue for so long is it's unacceptable and we're not going to stand for. We won't tolerate it anymore. On the night of May. Second Retinas and three others were practising their fragile protected right to spearfish for Walleye off reservation this time on little Saint Germain Lake on shore, sixty one year, old James Kelsey fired a shotgun. He says he was firing at a squirrel on his property Retana doesn't buy it, so that's why may shirt says he's not a squirrel. Now clearly, he's not a squirrel. He's a man. No one was hurt by the shots, but police arrested Kelsey that night he was charged with two misdemeanors, including a hate crime but Chelsea's attorney Steve Lucarelli, told me his client really was firing at a red squirrel on his property. These were two unrelated events. And assumptions of the meant that they are related. There's a reasonable explanation for what occurred. The attorney said he's concerned. The episode is being blown out of proportion, but Chelsea's bond includes restrictions on guns, alcohol and going onto tribal lands, the case comes against the backdrop of protests over the spear fishing rights of Ojibway tribal members which started in the nineteen eighties, and at times, became violent and racist. Britney lured all elected flambeau tribal member. Holding a sign on Monday says she had hoped the North Woods was passed those days I was just hoping that I would read about it in the eighties and never. Never really thought I had to relive it from national native news. I'm Ben Meyer and Eagle River Wisconsin the leader of a tribal group tackling transboundary issues as retiring Tis Peterman has led the Southeast Alaska indigenous transboundary commission since two thousand seventeen I work projects all my wife just said it's time to take time for myself. A few months after the commission was formed in two thousand, fourteen, the Mount Paulie mine spilled waste into British Columbia waters incoming executive director Fredrik Olsen says there are other minor activities that feed into Alaska's rivers and Salmon Habitat. Everybody already knows about Mt Holly about just a miniscule. Little. Blip on the map compared to read mine. Which is operating in a sticky river watershed right now. The Commission is working to address issues on both sides of the border. There's a lot more transboundary issues than mining. You know there's also this the cruise ships to ship waste. There's oil tankers. There's murdered and missing indigenous women. On an on Olsen has worked as the commission's outreach, coordinator and board chair. The US House Appropriations subcommittee on the Interior Environment and related agencies will hear about the healthcare response to covert nineteen and Indian country. A hearing is scheduled Thursday to gather testimony on the Indian. Health Service response and the use of emergency covid, nineteen funding witnesses include leaders from the Indian Health Service the National Indian health, board and the National Council of Urban Indian health. I'm Antonio Gonzales.

Shannon Retana James Kelsey Ben Meyer Fredrik Olsen Chelsea Wisconsin Indian Health Service Antonia Gonzalez Attorney National Council Of Urban Indi Antonio Gonzales County Courthouse Saint Germain Lake Us House National Indian Health Steve Lucarelli Britney Mt Holly North Woods
BLM Minnesota Alliance Meets With Police Chief Ahead Of Weekend Protests

WIOD Programming

00:31 sec | Last month

BLM Minnesota Alliance Meets With Police Chief Ahead Of Weekend Protests

"Protests safe in focus is the goal of the black lives matter Minnesota lions the group has met with Sarasota police chief Bernadette depino to prepare for weekend demonstrations the alliance educates participants on how to protest peacefully coordinator Brianna let's see tells campus news channel eight her job is to amplify black voices and to ensure the safety of future protests the biggest thing to know about the escalation is to not let it escalate in the first place remain calm do not engage chief the piano says the meeting she had with the organizers have all been positive

Bernadette Depino Brianna Minnesota Sarasota Coordinator
Utah suspends DC Scalley for texting racial slur

CBS Sports Radio

00:06 sec | Last month

Utah suspends DC Scalley for texting racial slur

"College football Utah suspended debates coordinator Morgan scaly concerning a twenty thirteen text messages sent using a racial

Utah Football Coordinator Morgan Scaly
"coordinator" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Here & Now

"Media are also so sharing the song. Do you hear the people saying from the two thousand twelve film version of Les Miserables and we're remembrance of Dr Lee it's one example of how residents there are circumventing China's tight controls on free speech. The song is a revolutionary call for people to overcome adversity for more on this and other news. That's playing out on social social media. We have with US okay. The host of the Stream on Al Jazeera English and Vinnie along with the posting of that Song Les Miz from Les Miz. What are the other ways that people ordinary people really are getting around China's sensors and talking about the corona virus online? So much going on we bow and we chat social media yeah platforms in China. There have been calls for a Wuhan to build a statue in Dr Lee's honor. There were images of Dr Lee wearing his face small sometimes across the face malls this barbed wire. There's one picture that I saw with hand gagging him not allowing him to speak out about the Wuhan virus the core Corona virus and then also demands for an apology and that demand for an apology comes in Hashtag that Hashtag has according to people online in China being censored. So go away. With Jay says Chinese netizens are furious. They're demanding an apology for Wuhan. Government to Dr Lee created a Hashtag for a guess what the government sense that this Hashtag. Despite the censorship people were still speaking out they really filled. That dot is a local hero and without him many more people would have died without him against speaking out on social media. Yes so much developing their. I WanNa talk about another thing that we're seeing on social media gayle king of CBS. This morning has been taking some heat after she criticized She was criticized in an interview that she did this week about the late Kobe. Bryant fans took issue shoe Because she asked Lisa Leslie a former w NBA star and a friend of Kobe's about Kobe. Sexual assault case King responded on the backlash on social media. Yesterday what did she say. So Gayle King posted on Instagram. An an explanation for why she would ask a friend of Kobe Bryant about Kobe Bryant's sexual sought case the rape case from all the way back in two thousand and three. The reason is became such a huge story online was because people were seeing just the little promo clip of that section of the interview. They I saw that. I was so mad. Necessarily the entire interview or they saw was gal king talking to a friend of Kobe Bryant who is a morning about a case haste that had been put to rest Some while ago depending on I I use that phrase advisedly because it may depend what you feel about the actual actual case in Kobe Bryant. So twitter lit up on this people were very upset so to give you some idea One poster said it will be fitting info came to have such an interview with Harvey Weinstein and ask him questions about his legacy. Because Gal king and have a good friend Oprah No Hyphen Weinstein. Instead of friends with him they have pictures posted with him. All of this is all being shed online and that girl at the Party in response to go kings and this is why did the interview. It was important. I also this question but Gayle King says that she feels I entered was taken out of context. She wouldn't necessarily have. I used as a promotion and the response that we saw and heard you insert the topic into the interview so not everybody is happy about this and they still thank in the bottle after that promotions. been out it's hard to like bring that back was twenty conversation. The issue even social media is how soon soon is too soon for journalists to ask these tough questions Black twitter in particular is upset. The Gayle King as a woman of Color is actually asking questions about the other members of high profile members of the black community and then the idea is. Should you apologize. Something is blowing up on social media. Should you let it just sti- down. This story is getting bigger and bigger and bigger because Gal king is responding and she's actually responding to critics online with almost never happens she's tweeting leading backwards and forwards. She's saying yes. I you know I hear your point. She's having a conversation with her critics. And are they responding positively to that some some of them are so it would be missing me not to actually say some of the support the Gal King is getting the Ark Angel and says Gal did your job. Well people don't understand understand that as a journalist you must cover every aspect of a story where the popular arm pillow. You did. Your job I'm sure we'll see that. Continue you on Throughout I've seen a lot of those posts already it's been. Okay is host of the Stream on Al Jazeera English. Me As always thank you so much. My pleasure take cat. Women in America have.

Gayle King Kobe Bryant Dr Lee China Al Jazeera English Wuhan Kobe Harvey Weinstein Les Miz twitter Les Miserables Vinnie Gal NBA Jay Lisa Leslie America assault CBS
"coordinator" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

05:40 min | 5 months ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Here & Now

"From NPR and WBZ are on Moseley. I'm Peter o'dowd this is here now. President Xi Jinping of China spoke to President Trump today about the growing global threat threat of the new corona virus. She urged trump to respond reasonably even as Beijing keeps millions of people under indefinite quarantine in Wuhan. Were the outbreak started. There are now more than thirty. One thousand confirmed cases mostly in China and more than six hundred and thirty people have died the BBC's Steven McDonald joins us now. From Beijing and Steven One of the people who has died in China is the doctor who got into trouble with communist authorities for sounding an early warning about the corona virus. This threat people. There are having a tremendous reaction to this. What are you seeing? The death of Dr Lebron young as Bain heartbreaking for people in this country country but for the Chinese leadership. It's frankly epic political disaster and so the Communist Party is having to deal with this but frankly that have to be blind not to see the flaws in the system which led to this I mean in December. He posted listed on a chat forum with his former university classmates that there'd been an influx of virus patients at his hospital. He thought it was size for that in not only got hold onto the coals by hospital officials but police came in detained him and accused him of. You've spreading rumors now. He and another seven alright. Whistleblowers have since been cleared by the Supreme Court. Here but uh-huh said there's nothing wrong with them and obviously trying to get the word of this virus out and in fact. If people listened in the early stages Pepsi authorities could have got on top of this problem a lot quicker. What does that say to you that the Chinese people have been responding so vocally and so publicly online and that but now the Chinese Communist Party says it will investigate this death? I think that he risked things as he did to try and get the word out. He's punished punished Romley then he ends up dying because he's treating patients who have the corona virus. It's a such a terrible story on. I think it is really touch people now. The party has no choice but to then save. Don't want him to look into this. Whoever they method of looking into it is to send these anti corruption investigators investigators from the capital? Now some critics of the system he would say that's been part of the problem. It's that fear of retribution within the potty which has led those police to tell him in the first place. You can't go spreading rumors it's also led for example to the May of Wuhan to be saying. Oh I'm really sorry. I didn't release that information bit earlier but I didn't get cleanse from above in this seems to show a fundamental flaw in the way things things a dummy a steven. Tell me more about the state of this outbreak in Wuhan where they have recently built. These two new prefabricated hospitals with thousands thousands of new beds. What's the state of the outbreak? There the state of those hospitals are they full China now. Having decided added that they've got to do something about this is throwing everything at the problem. But that's not enough though. I mean this is a country with vast resources and yet we're getting getting officials in Wuhan. Sign that done enough beds. That don't have enough equipment. I mean some scientists think that potentially they're only catching one intain people lafayette infected. Let's because some people got the virus done if such serious symptoms and yet they could still end up passing on the virus to others. And that's why there's condemnations they're adding another fifty thousand infected people every day who bay so you know it's a potentially the very serious situation and I know you've been to obey to to do some reporting on this How is it affecting you and your ability to do your job? Yeah yeah well. We went into who province and we're told sort of on the way in by the police if you go in they back out again but we sort of pushed on godless. I mean inside of a by. It's a slight ghost town off. Goes town people are not on the streets there at all you can imagine the climate of fear Eh sixty million people locked down and then will in the end. We were kind of kicked out of there. Because we're in a small city and there was some officials also decided they'd rather bridge their own quarantine rules than have some pesky reporters hanging around the town and so they got the police escorted go back across the border however upon returning to Beijing given that with being in that worst hit province when now in quarantine. So I'm stuck at home reporting for two weeks and this is the same thing that's happening with anybody who's been in that province especially in Wuhan returning to the United States or Britain Australia Japan anyway. They're being placed in quarantine for two weeks because of that incubation period. That's the BBC's Steven McDonnell as you. Just turn in quarantine in Beijing after he visited who bay province Steven. Thanks for the work. You're doing we do appreciate it. No worries I'll be liberated in three days. Uh People on Chinese social.

Wuhan Beijing China Chinese Communist Party BBC President Xi Jinping Trump Peter o'dowd Steven McDonald Steven One Steven McDonnell NPR President Moseley Supreme Court Pepsi Dr Lebron Romley Bain
"coordinator" Discussed on ADAPT

ADAPT

08:24 min | 6 months ago

"coordinator" Discussed on ADAPT

"In twenty thirteen before Sean. Got There the northeast. Florida Regional Council released the Regional Action Plan on sea level writes. This was essentially dipping our toes in rising waters and the way the community looked at it. Was that silver is is threatening other communities in Florida and that we believe it has the potential to threaten our community here northeast Florida so in that same time period in two thousand fourteen. The Public Private Regional Resilience Committee was formed as a committee of the council. So this is the P. to Archie Committee. So so when P to archie was formed there is a question asked who are the movers and Shakers in northeast Florida. And who can guide this discussion for it and the answer was the business. Business Community in northeast Florida. I think we can confidently say that the business sector the private sector is extremely important in making these developments happen so a broad range of industry professionals from insurance legal fields engineering architecture and many other subject matter expertise bridges gathered in this PTO Arctic Committee to create a list of action items that we could pursue to make northeast Florida more resilient besides convening community conversations on resilience the regional council also collects data and develops tools planners like a website that lets people find the threats to specific locations on a map of northeast. Florida Florida so you have a map to the right and then you have all of these data layers to the left that you can turn on and off and you can play around with to understand. The region's vulnerabilities. So on the top up of the data options we have things like critical facilities population density low income population densities one of the first water layers that are featured are fema flood hazard zones so flood insurance rate maps. That tie into flood. Insurance rates are featured here. So if let's say you're in North Florida and you own a home you can look at where you are in relation to flood zones. Let's say you WANNA purchase a home. This could be a great resource to look at in making that investment decision and then the next data layer that we have is storm surge so there's extensive statewide work on understanding storm surge throughout Florida. So what this tool does is put that into one centralized location and it shows you you wear storm. Surge would go on land from category one to category five storm and then we have two other data layers as well. We have depth of flooding at different intervals or storm events. So if it's really dark blue that means there's going to be much more water if it's light blue it'd be less. And then in addition we have a sea level. Rise layer that uses. Noah mapping to look at sea level rise from a one foot increase to a six foot increase. Where this tool gets really interesting saying is that you can overlay those flares are there's water layers with social layers in wildlife layers so the regional council also recently launched a survey survey on resilience? What were your findings from that? We asked all sorts of questions. Like what are the most important things that your government should be looking at. Is it storm. Surge is is it silver is is it green infrastructure and. We're still organizing those results but at the end of the survey. We asked some big picture questions. And I think think one of the most insightful ones and this is for all seven counties there were six hundred seventy two participants in the survey we asked. Is Your community doing enough to address stress resilience planning and the overwhelming majority of respondents said. No eighty-three percent seventeen percent said yes. So what this tells us is that there is a long road ahead to figure out how to how to deal with these situations and these topics before we move on. I WanNa take a second and talk about the regional council's relationship with the city of Jacksonville in the fall of twenty nineteen. When the Jacksonville City Council was going over its budget councilman Ferraro suddenly suggested ending the city's annual financial contribution to the regional council? I was assigned to that and my first year and I had a difficult difficult time figuring out what they do for our city and I never really got an answer and as I worked at work at work through the last four years. I've I I found. There is some things that they do but but as as taxpayers were not getting our money's worth and nearly four hundred thousand dollars Jacksonville's annual contribution is larger than any other member of the Regional Council and makes about twenty percent of its annual operating budget. The city stayed in for now but she's expected to come back up in the twenty twenty budget cycle. Despite this potential threat northeast Florida's most prominent regional effort to address the level rise and his employer. Sean says there's a lot of positive momentum Jacksonville right now now. Starting with the two new committees the city created within the past year to look at sea level rise. There was the Adaptation Action Area Working Group which was very focused on long-term priority already areas for addressing resilience and then there was the storm resiliency and Infrastructure Review Committee that was more focused on short-term objectives of how we can improve for storm water systems and a lot of really valuable information came out of the work of both those committees and I think it's laying the foundation for how we're going to move forward. The work is is continuing this year with a new Brazilian committee made up of City Council members who will hear from experts around the state of Florida. There's a lot of mental right now in Jacksonville and elsewhere so there's these regional collaborative forming all around the state. There's the southeast Florida climate compact the recently created e central regional resilience collaborative and the Tampa Bay resilience coalition. And then. We're also seeing chief. Resilient officers being hired by different municipal local governments around Florida and counties is to address local concerns related to resilience planning and then there's also leadership at the state level in Tallahassee. So governor onto Santa's one of his is priorities as governor is to address a lot of the scientific issues and environmental issues. We're facing as a state and moving into the future. So he appointed appointed a chief science officer at the state level and then also appointed a chief resilience officer. Who is Dr Julian Nashua? If you haven't already listen into our conversation with Julia Watch she's one of the six people we hear from in this podcast. So there's a lot of action happening right now. We're going to start hearing a lot more about the specific topic and I think it's all positive as long as we can target in on what's important for our state what's important for our communities and and I think the the meaningfulness is GonNa come out of finding tangible solutions that we can implement in a realistic manner. So do you have any closing thoughts. I think a really really meaningful picture that advise everyone to go home and look at is. This photo of the damage left behind from Hurricane. Michael in Mexico beach out in the Florida panhandle. So there's this photo of this house. This big house built on stilts it's elevated off the ground it's an a coastal area area. It looks completely fine. It withstood the impacts of hurricane. Michael it was built resilient and it it was still standing all around that piece of property the rest of the community essentially looks like it doesn't exist. Everything was just completely devastated. Devastated if your house is still standing but everyone else's collapses what's the property value of your home or your business so I encourage urge everyone to think about all of the dynamics that tie into this conversation when we're talking about resilience. I think it's important to think about what what steps can be taken to protect the entire community not just specific neighborhoods or groups of people and I think when we start having those robust meaningful conversations. We're really going to find answers that brings together. That's Sean La. The resiliency coordinator for the Northeast Florida Regional Council to see that photo. He was talking walking out of that House on Mexico beach. Check out the web version of this conversation at adapt Florida Dot Org there. You can get to know all six of the people profiled.

Florida regional council Public Private Regional Resili Florida Regional Council Northeast Florida Regional Cou Jacksonville Sean La Archie Committee North Florida Jacksonville City Council Tampa Bay resilience coalition southeast Florida PTO Arctic Committee City Council archie Hurricane Business Community Noah Shakers
"coordinator" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

12:07 min | 6 months ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Big Blue View

"The biggest news for your New York giants is that reports are that giants will hire Patrick Graham Defensive Coordinator for the Miami Dolphins for that same job with the giants little bit later we will talk to just in higher of SP nations. The finsider are Miami. Dolphins website with his impressions wins his thoughts of Graham in what the giants are getting in a defensive coordinator. And before we do that I wanted to talk a little bit about About my thoughts on this this decision. myself listen. I understand that people are looking at the fact that this guy coached or was defensive coordinator for the first time a year ago and that the Miami Dolphins Defense was by most statistical ranks by most of the numbers is that you'll find was the worst defense in the NFL. I get that but listen. I think that you kind of have to throw that out the window when it comes to Patrick. Graham Graham Look at the situation that the dolphins were in first year head coach completely blowing up their roster and rebuilding situation where they had a very very very young very poor roster in two thousand and nineteen situation where they simply couldn't have been expected to be a really good team. I mean a couple of the guys who played a fair amount of snaps for the dolphins in two thousand and nineteen were former giant avery. Moss informer giant defensive. Tackle John Jenkins since two guys who couldn't make the giants roster and ended up being guys who played a fair amount of snaps in Miami. That's just an example of the fact that that Graham wasn't working with much in Miami you couldn't really expect him to To turn that into a functional donal average or better than average defense in one season when he simply had nothing to work with. I know that people look at if that resume and they say oh God you know how. How can he be the guy? How can he be the defensive coordinator in? I'm reminded of the last a couple of defensive coordinators that giants had when the giants hired James Becher. Everyone was excited and they were excited because as of the resume because of the fact that I think in three of his four years as Arizona coordinator maybe it was all three years. Becher had coached. Defenses that we're in the top ten in most statistical categories while he was in Arizona. Well what we found out was really that it was about the players. That James Bet your had in Arizona. He had Chandler Jones in Arizona. He had Patrick Peterson in Arizona. He had callejas Campbell in Arizona. He had dominant players across the board. He Got Marcus Golden. who had a good year for the giants in two thousand Nineteen Marcus golden before his knee injury so he had in Arizona tremendous players Dion Buchanan? Who again came to the giants you you know? As a free agent in the middle of two thousand in nineteen he had the owned Buchanan. When Dion Buchanan was younger and Wendy owned Buchanan was at his best? I own Buchannan did okay for the giants in some areas in two thousand and nineteen in a few games that he played for New York but he's not the same player that he was so what we found out with James Becher over the two years that he was pat. Shurmur defensive coordinator is really that it wasn't about bechers scheme. It wasn't about Becher being some sort of extraordinary teacher or some sort out of extraordinary defensive coach with with some sort of Of of reinvent the wheel kind of scheme it was about the players players that played for James Becher more than anything about becher himself. And when I think about that I think about former giants defensive coordinator in current in Kansas City chiefs coordinator Steve Spagnolo Spagnolo. The second time that he was hired by the giants was brought in you know in. I believe it was Tom. Coughlin's last year as head coach of the giants. He was brought in the hopes that that he could bring back some of the success that he had in his first tour with the giants and Spagnolo said I remember sitting in a press conference with with spags early in the spring. Might have been the first time that we get a chance to talk to him and he said look he said. I'm not a miracle worker. He said coaches are not miracle workers. We can only work with the players that we have and do the best that we can you know his point was. It's about the talent it's about the players you can't make players. You're more talented than they are. You can work with them you can. You can put in your schemes you can put Indian your blitz packages. You can put in your different your different things but if players can't execute them if they don't have the talent to to make the plays then there's nothing that you as a coach can do. You can try to put him in position but if they don't have the ability to get into position if they don't have the ability to make the play if they don't have the ability to do what you're asking them to do then you know then then you're gonNA look bad as a coach because if you don't have talent no matter what you do as a coach. It's not going to work. There are certain things that you can do due at times to maybe get by but on a week to week game to game basis owed played a play over a full season. If you don't have really really good players you're going to get exposed as defense as an offense no matter what it is. Is it so think about what Patrick Graham was working with in Miami. He wasn't working with a whole lot. He didn't have any dominant players on that defensive side of the ball so I'm inclined to look at it and and just throw the statistics out the window. Oh I'm looking at it and thinking Joe Judge once guys he says he wants. Teachers not presenters. Am I a little bit concerned about about the idea that that the dolphins with Brian Floor as a guy who also came out of Miami like Joe Judge you know. I'm a little concerned that the dolphins were willing to to let Graham make this lateral move. Sure but judge and Graham. Graham have a relationship built on a few years working together in New England. So I'm going to at this point simply trust the the Joe Judge knows what kind of coach Patrick Graham is. Graham did a good job in his two years with the giants on the defensive line seemed to in the few times I got to talk to him. Seem to know his stuff seemed to have a good relationship with players. Seem to have a good idea what he wanted to do with them. What he wanted to get out of them obviously coaching a position? It's a little bit more difficult to judge exactly what you know what a coach does because we don't get to see work on a day to day basis. We don't get to be the meetings. We don't get to see how they're teaching players. You know what they're teaching players we. We just see the end result on Sunday. And sometimes we don't know if that's simply a result of players not being good enough or you know or of them. I'm simply not being taught correctly. So it's it's really difficult at times to judge the work of a position coach but I'm inclined to to look at this higher by like Graham or higher of Graham and say yes it it sounds like a risk but just because there isn't a long long deep resume of success in just because his one year as a coordinator statistically doesn't look good. I'm not not going to to look down on this higher or trash this higher. I'm going to be optimistic. That Joe Judge knows what kind of head coach or what. What kind of coordinator Patrick Graham can be in it? Graham will bring the kind of defensive philosophy the kind of teaching philosophy V that judge wants to install with the giants. You know in the other thing. Let's talk a little bit about the other. Two coaches that the the giants have reportedly decided to retain from Pat Shurmur staff. We saw reports in recent days that judge will retain wide receivers cevers coach Tyke Tolbert and special teams coordinator Thomas mcgahey and now. If you ask me I think those are absolutely excellent joint decisions by judge. I think that those two gentlemen quite possibly where the best coaches on Pat Shurmur staff Thomas. McGee he is a really good special teams coach. He's a veteran. Special teams. Coach didn't excellent job in Carolina. has done an excellent job with the giants over two seasons seems like a real stand-up guy. Seems like a guy that that knows how to reach players players that does a good job adapting to situations to be really honest with you looking at the path of Joe Judge as special teams mm scored Nadir Looking at the you look at John Harbaugh special teams coordinator who became a head coach. It would not surprise me if somewhere. We're down the line. Thomas mcgahey begins to get some interest from teams for head coach interviews. The other guy who the giants it's decided to keep was wide. Receivers coach Tyke Tolbert now. He's a popular guy. He's an energetic guy. He's a guy who players love to work with guy who's done this job as wide receivers coach successfully for a number of organizations for the past fifteen in sixteen years. Something like that another really good decision by judge to keep Tyke Tolbert. I thought in a begin to build his coaching staff. Obviously you know. We're really curious at this point what judge is going to do who for an offensive coordinator what he's going to do for an offensive line coach. Those are two really critical. Hires coming up. Hopefully we'll get some more information on on knows as the week progresses giants fans right. Now let's take a quick break for a word from our sponsors. When we come back I will be talking with Justin in higher of the finsider about the decision to hire Patrick Graham? I'm Songwriter Charlie. Hurting and I'm musicologists. Nate Nate Sloan where the host of switched on pop podcasts about the making and meaning of popular music every week Charlie and I breakdown the most interesting hits trends and artists to understand what they're doing.

giants Patrick Graham defensive coordinator coordinator Joe Judge Graham Graham James Becher Defensive Coordinator Miami Arizona Tyke Tolbert Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins Defense Pat Shurmur New York Patrick special teams coach Patrick Peterson Steve Spagnolo Spagnolo
"coordinator" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

12:07 min | 6 months ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Big Blue View

"The biggest news for your New York giants is that reports are that giants will hire Patrick Graham Defensive Coordinator for the Miami Dolphins for that same job with the giants little bit later we will talk to just in higher of SP nations. The finsider are Miami. Dolphins website with his impressions wins his thoughts of Graham in what the giants are getting in a defensive coordinator. And before we do that I wanted to talk a little bit about About my thoughts on this this decision. myself listen. I understand that people are looking at the fact that this guy coached or was defensive coordinator for the first time a year ago and that the Miami Dolphins Defense was by most statistical ranks by most of the numbers is that you'll find was the worst defense in the NFL. I get that but listen. I think that you kind of have to throw that out the window when it comes to Patrick. Graham Graham Look at the situation that the dolphins were in first year head coach completely blowing up their roster and rebuilding situation where they had a very very very young very poor roster in two thousand and nineteen situation where they simply couldn't have been expected to be a really good team. I mean a couple of the guys who played a fair amount of snaps for the dolphins in two thousand and nineteen were former giant avery. Moss informer giant defensive. Tackle John Jenkins since two guys who couldn't make the giants roster and ended up being guys who played a fair amount of snaps in Miami. That's just an example of the fact that that Graham wasn't working with much in Miami you couldn't really expect him to To turn that into a functional donal average or better than average defense in one season when he simply had nothing to work with. I know that people look at if that resume and they say oh God you know how. How can he be the guy? How can he be the defensive coordinator in? I'm reminded of the last a couple of defensive coordinators that giants had when the giants hired James Becher. Everyone was excited and they were excited because as of the resume because of the fact that I think in three of his four years as Arizona coordinator maybe it was all three years. Becher had coached. Defenses that we're in the top ten in most statistical categories while he was in Arizona. Well what we found out was really that it was about the players. That James Bet your had in Arizona. He had Chandler Jones in Arizona. He had Patrick Peterson in Arizona. He had callejas Campbell in Arizona. He had dominant players across the board. He Got Marcus Golden. who had a good year for the giants in two thousand Nineteen Marcus golden before his knee injury so he had in Arizona tremendous players Dion Buchanan? Who again came to the giants you you know? As a free agent in the middle of two thousand in nineteen he had the owned Buchanan. When Dion Buchanan was younger and Wendy owned Buchanan was at his best? I own Buchannan did okay for the giants in some areas in two thousand and nineteen in a few games that he played for New York but he's not the same player that he was so what we found out with James Becher over the two years that he was pat. Shurmur defensive coordinator is really that it wasn't about bechers scheme. It wasn't about Becher being some sort of extraordinary teacher or some sort out of extraordinary defensive coach with with some sort of Of of reinvent the wheel kind of scheme it was about the players players that played for James Becher more than anything about becher himself. And when I think about that I think about former giants defensive coordinator in current in Kansas City chiefs coordinator Steve Spagnolo Spagnolo. The second time that he was hired by the giants was brought in you know in. I believe it was Tom. Coughlin's last year as head coach of the giants. He was brought in the hopes that that he could bring back some of the success that he had in his first tour with the giants and Spagnolo said I remember sitting in a press conference with with spags early in the spring. Might have been the first time that we get a chance to talk to him and he said look he said. I'm not a miracle worker. He said coaches are not miracle workers. We can only work with the players that we have and do the best that we can you know his point was. It's about the talent it's about the players you can't make players. You're more talented than they are. You can work with them you can. You can put in your schemes you can put Indian your blitz packages. You can put in your different your different things but if players can't execute them if they don't have the talent to to make the plays then there's nothing that you as a coach can do. You can try to put him in position but if they don't have the ability to get into position if they don't have the ability to make the play if they don't have the ability to do what you're asking them to do then you know then then you're gonNA look bad as a coach because if you don't have talent no matter what you do as a coach. It's not going to work. There are certain things that you can do due at times to maybe get by but on a week to week game to game basis owed played a play over a full season. If you don't have really really good players you're going to get exposed as defense as an offense no matter what it is. Is it so think about what Patrick Graham was working with in Miami. He wasn't working with a whole lot. He didn't have any dominant players on that defensive side of the ball so I'm inclined to look at it and and just throw the statistics out the window. Oh I'm looking at it and thinking Joe Judge once guys he says he wants. Teachers not presenters. Am I a little bit concerned about about the idea that that the dolphins with Brian Floor as a guy who also came out of Miami like Joe Judge you know. I'm a little concerned that the dolphins were willing to to let Graham make this lateral move. Sure but judge and Graham. Graham have a relationship built on a few years working together in New England. So I'm going to at this point simply trust the the Joe Judge knows what kind of coach Patrick Graham is. Graham did a good job in his two years with the giants on the defensive line seemed to in the few times I got to talk to him. Seem to know his stuff seemed to have a good relationship with players. Seem to have a good idea what he wanted to do with them. What he wanted to get out of them obviously coaching a position? It's a little bit more difficult to judge exactly what you know what a coach does because we don't get to see work on a day to day basis. We don't get to be the meetings. We don't get to see how they're teaching players. You know what they're teaching players we. We just see the end result on Sunday. And sometimes we don't know if that's simply a result of players not being good enough or you know or of them. I'm simply not being taught correctly. So it's it's really difficult at times to judge the work of a position coach but I'm inclined to to look at this higher by like Graham or higher of Graham and say yes it it sounds like a risk but just because there isn't a long long deep resume of success in just because his one year as a coordinator statistically doesn't look good. I'm not not going to to look down on this higher or trash this higher. I'm going to be optimistic. That Joe Judge knows what kind of head coach or what. What kind of coordinator Patrick Graham can be in it? Graham will bring the kind of defensive philosophy the kind of teaching philosophy V that judge wants to install with the giants. You know in the other thing. Let's talk a little bit about the other. Two coaches that the the giants have reportedly decided to retain from Pat Shurmur staff. We saw reports in recent days that judge will retain wide receivers cevers coach Tyke Tolbert and special teams coordinator Thomas mcgahey and now. If you ask me I think those are absolutely excellent joint decisions by judge. I think that those two gentlemen quite possibly where the best coaches on Pat Shurmur staff Thomas. McGee he is a really good special teams coach. He's a veteran. Special teams. Coach didn't excellent job in Carolina. has done an excellent job with the giants over two seasons seems like a real stand-up guy. Seems like a guy that that knows how to reach players players that does a good job adapting to situations to be really honest with you looking at the path of Joe Judge as special teams mm scored Nadir Looking at the you look at John Harbaugh special teams coordinator who became a head coach. It would not surprise me if somewhere. We're down the line. Thomas mcgahey begins to get some interest from teams for head coach interviews. The other guy who the giants it's decided to keep was wide. Receivers coach Tyke Tolbert now. He's a popular guy. He's an energetic guy. He's a guy who players love to work with guy who's done this job as wide receivers coach successfully for a number of organizations for the past fifteen in sixteen years. Something like that another really good decision by judge to keep Tyke Tolbert. I thought in a begin to build his coaching staff. Obviously you know. We're really curious at this point what judge is going to do who for an offensive coordinator what he's going to do for an offensive line coach. Those are two really critical. Hires coming up. Hopefully we'll get some more information on on knows as the week progresses giants fans right. Now let's take a quick break for a word from our sponsors. When we come back I will be talking with Justin in higher of the finsider about the decision to hire Patrick Graham? I'm Songwriter Charlie. Hurting and I'm musicologists. Nate Nate Sloan where the host of switched on pop podcasts about the making and meaning of popular music every week Charlie and I breakdown the most interesting hits trends and artists to understand what they're doing.

giants Patrick Graham defensive coordinator coordinator Joe Judge Graham Graham James Becher Defensive Coordinator Miami Arizona Tyke Tolbert Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins Defense Pat Shurmur New York Patrick special teams coach Patrick Peterson Steve Spagnolo Spagnolo
"coordinator" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

10:08 min | 10 months ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"We'll survive whatever baseball can throw at us. Hey I'm Spencer Hall. I'm Holly Anderson. I'm Ryan Nanny. I'm Jason Kirk and and we're the hosts of the shutdown forecast your avengers of college football podcast it says in the script onto riff on what that means and basically what I mean is it's all spoiled every reach used as we talk about everything from cooking disasters to pro wrestling too unfashionable pants worn middle school we also do talk about college football every now and then like mascot fights announcers fleeing the early and unfashionable pants that coaches where now if you want to take college football exactly as seriously as it should be taken subscribe arrive for free on Apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast APP. Mike Brooks was talking after the game how the offensive line running backs acs were communicating during the week to make sure that they were getting on the same page apparently factored into the success that he had what what did you see leading up to the Green Bay game in that respect well. I think you know in a in a short week like you have when you're getting prepared for Thursday. You've got everybody the author field in more of a walk through setting and so you probably have before opportunity quite friendly to talk through plays as you're going on a little bit slower taste and you would ordinarily huddling up calling the next play guys. You're getting back. There's there's that kind of communication that can go on. Perhaps that's what he's referring to. We get a lot more reps you know in in a walk through setting because we're not we don't have to deal with the wear and tear of the guys and and manager. Stamina from that standpoint so I thought the communication was excellent across the board throughout the entire week and we knew going into it that The you know the pressure package that they presented them. The different fronts these these guys presented Senate to us was going to be a real challenge and the guys took on the challenge head on you know coached outland royston system no line coach press Taylor. WHOA with the pressures and making sure that we're all on the same page in terms of protecting the quarterback inner pass protection scheme also in the run game which absolutely proved to be a big big party game for some of these longer runs. It feels like you can see his confidence start to Bill Houston for weeks. Yeah we obviously have a lot of confidence in miles. It was great to see him have a productive game like he did and he got us a spark there on the on the kickoff return change a field position really flip. A few of forest gives a short field where would turn that into a touchdown. He did a really good job and I think he learned coming out of the Atlanta game. You know can't can't break everything outside aside and he's in the last two weeks. I think you've seen him adjust to that and life in the NFL and the speed of the game stick his foot in the ground and and get his shoulders going towards the goal line. He's made some great Ron's. He's he's made some runs where he's gotta make somebody missing the whole and and got an extra yards and then when the holes. Aaron and it's blocked efficiently his burst through the whole so I think he continues to get better. We can we Jordan and miles. Neither had a real history and the receiving game in their previous places just talk about how far they've come in and they both made contributions last two weeks and receiving. I think you gotta give those guys a lot of credit. They've worked really hard on their game knew that that was an area that they can continue to work on or improve on whatever the case may be and they know that their their weapons for us out there in the passing game that we're GonNa try to find him and and utilize them out there in space or if we get a match up that we like they've done a great job well we we talked about how strong. Dallas's at the point of attack he did a great job again block in both at the point of attack and carrying out his blocks down the field really finishing he's tenacious and and and strong he's got strong hands when he get his hands on you plays with with balancing and base and he can really move people so he he obviously gives us an advantage in line tight end. Just did you have did they. Did you know that they were GonNa Kinda. Stick with packages against twelve personnel or early in that game. Is there sort of a feeling out period to see what they're going to present gets those well you you. Have you know if you will in terms of how you think. People are going to try to play but then you gotta try to make sure early on like you said we want to see if it can firmer armor or a see if they've changed course and we know that there are so really a sub sub personnel defense so you know we we like like we like our matchup with with both are tight ends on the field. We feel like we can be effective running an throwing the ball. Both those guys on the field game against semi matchup specific for that team is something you want to use a little bit more. We've used it and every game we have. Maybe called it. Maybe a couple more times. Some of that was at the line of scrimmage. We got up on the ball quickly and I can remember a couple of times doing that. we we a lot of confidence in it again. It's a little bit more game. SPLA- game game plan specific there whether you know how often that shows up or the kind of rhythm that we get in offensively and a couple of came in one or two drives or where it showed up pop good and then let's let's get right back to it was coach did a great job of getting back to in calling it again for the there's nothing like that but just the way he ran. The team ran the game. Yeah I think every week Carson's played really well and played at a high level and played winning football to go on the road like that and to to play the way that he did again another efficient day on third down and play the way that he did in the red zone some of the throws any may down there and getting the secondary receivers and things like that thought he played really well very efficiently and very in control of his game have four yards rushing and passing in a game. I've ever been a part of that. You'd have to look up. Stats stats on that. I know I know we ran the ball really well across the board JP Isaac Kelsey Brandon Brooks Lane. We talked about Dallas and the and the job that he did shoot even Alex Ellis came in played down there and the goal line and chop guy down there. One of the touchdown runs the Jordan in had You know all those guys all night guys on the perimeter blocking covering their guys. Make sure they were targeted right. I was really fishing job. As for fifty six percent of down. I've see Carson's big part of that. What else is kind of got into that success. Oh shoot guys are where they're supposed to be when they're supposed to be there down down the field so from dependability standpoint. I think there's comfort and where they're going to be. Carson's found guys you know we still see room to improve there air and would like to improve even on third down. We've we've tried to stay out of third longs which has helped and we've been in third long been able to convert some of the circumstances which we know are are more challenging but you know try to try to stay on on par on first second down and make it easier for sales on third down. I think is a winning formula window guards tenacity and his nobility get off the field. How rare is it for a tight end of being able to have the agility athletism to get up and get a safety firestorm. I'm feel but also you know those blocks and Kinda seal off like a three hundred pound offensive tackle from that lamb block that you speak of WHO's pretty impressive. He did a heck of a job on that but he athletically. He's he's so good on space that he can't cover these guys up and he's got the length and once he gets his hands on them. You know he's sample to move out of there so he he does a good job. He's smart just appeal a great job coaching those guys each and every week and and we're trying to take advantage of the skills sequence in the fourth with where you're backed up at your own one. It looked like he went with the same run plan. I think three times in a row and got out of there what stood out about that sequence in what you did well. I think our guys just that was a that was a big series and game really to get it after a goal line stand have it on the one yard line and then be able to move it all the way out to midfield and again credit to coach just sticking with the play was working rather than get to something else he just he just call it three times in a row there and it was efficient runs came scored now. They're a couple go big and be able to change a field position like that in a game like that on the road was was critical and really oftentimes when you get those backup situations the ability to do that is isn't overlook situation in every game so guys handled that down there and noise and that end zone and be able to dig it out. thought they did a great job. Take some time to establish for them running back for tation. We have you know setbacks in there for your offense and what have you found. Is You L. What works for you guys. I think we we've we've had a lot of success here and rotate new box. Do done a great job without the box understand it. They understand that you know we try to keep guys fresh and keep everybody involved an each game and I think that you know those the Jordan and miles the other night did a great job and Darren knows he's ready whenever his numbers called. He's been productive when you put them in a game so we feel really confident with with all three of those guys is and You know. That'll be something we continue to do. Moving forward jets Yeah Yeah Greg Williams number one does it does a great job and he kind of comes out a little bit like Green Bay comes out with you know some some guys from different angles and the the way that they play their coverage is is a little bit unique in got experiencing and Proxima Against Greg and we know that it'll be a heck of a challenge for us our guys. We talked about it with them here here this morning so we're we're two days out in front of where we'd normally be with the you know being able to come in here and start getting ready for the jets had a buy week too so we're not getting any leg up on them that way but they've got talented guys up front. Jamal Adams obviously stands out there on the back end somebody I recruited so I've known him a long time..

football Carson Green Bay Jordan Dallas Mike Brooks Spencer Hall Ryan Nanny Holly Anderson Apple jets Jason Kirk Atlanta JP Isaac Kelsey Brandon Brooks SPLA Bill Houston offensive tackle Senate NFL
"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

13:27 min | 10 months ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"And we're looking forward to Sunday the chiefs US heading to Oakland to play the Oakland Raiders for the last time in the black hole at the Oakland Coliseum at a lot to be excited about in that game this this is the coordinator version of the from the podium podcast so we'll get to hear from chief offensive coordinator Eric Peony Defensive Coordinator Steve spagnolo special sial teams coordinator Dave Tobe and I will end with the press conference sound from linebacker Frank Clark Clark looking to I I would say a little bit rebound bound from an average opening performance against the Jacksonville Jaguars he gets into that. We're going to start this show with the offense coordinator. Here's Eric B enemy from the podium matter to you. You know the special teams coach spags you just commenting about Korea. Does it do anything well he you. You always want you guys to be aware of the field. Is it jobs and make sure they got the right shoes on so when it's all said and done what they gotta be professional go out and play make. I'm sure they can play over their feet have a complete bed in the ankles knees and hips and if you're playing with the right leverage and shouldn't be an issue or you been of the no Ravon gone. I'm a fan when he works. I mean pat was being packed. I mean obviously you want the kid to be who he is but at the same time you want him to make sure he's doing the right thing at the right time. He understands what he did. Nothing else needs to be said he'll be able to scramble with ankle. He was forego yesterday and one thing we're not changing anything. We're not deviate from the game plan. We're going to go out there and meet a Kansas City. Chiefs and PAT is going to be pat wants you. They don't get hurt but it was a sigh of relief that your teen ager who really really good that we won game. I'll say this just as a fan end of football. You Never WanNa see kids. Get hurt. I watched that kid playing college. Kid bought an old school style of play to the game and it's unfortunate that he got hurt and you. Never WanNa see anybody get hurt and personally just because I had an opportunity to wash. The kid seemed like a few times adjusts. Yes I hate it for the kid more than anything AXA I as a community as a whole. Do you know what I thought they played hard. They play fast. There's a lot of things that we still can detail but there's still a lot of room for improvement but when it's all said and done wit we found a way to win and that's that's all we can ask for you played on an Infield and Old School Jack Murphy Stadium feel conditions wasn't always perfect but you know what you put the right shoes on you play with the proper leverage and just like I said you gotTa have been ankles knees and hips and everything that you do then you so you make sure you won't have any issues but when you do fall bill differs of all the dirt and grass or I mean it's it's it's football. I mean and it's it's desert. Play on turf was like this. The dirt was probably a lot softer. Actually I've five. If I remember correctly that you would play like parking lot great allie. Do you tell that drive that mentality with your teaches weekly well. That's just a mentality of. It that's that's. That's the type of people that we have. They don't care what we play. A who we play at the end of the day they just want to put the pads on having opportunity to the Wadi and do what they do best and that's just enjoyed. Wait a game that they love this stage. He'll be in and since we've been here we've always had an ex-man approach we coach out starters to be to start us but we also coach our guys who went back in those guys up in key positions to be starters and to take the job so it's his job now to make sure that he that we don't lose anything with him. Being out there he understands the responsibility and accountability that he asked to his teammates and the people in that room and also to Tyreek as well so I get that they understand that they live upon that and so we'll look forward to him getting out there and making the most of the opportunity that he's being presented with the how do you see the raiders defense. Yeah I see a lot of juice a lot of energy and guys flying around and that's that's a great thing what insurance answers you have a parent. I mean it's just like any any opponent. There's some things that they do well and this and things that they do great. I will say this. I thought did a heck of a job getting up feeling getting out to the quarterback. I like what the secondary did. The secondary was flying around and I thought the back of the heck of a job in total just they played great team defense and that's all you want to see these guys are flying around and just like I said being a fan and a football. You hate to see the twenty four. Dow Watching seventy-three to kit hearst watching a young kid from clemson number ninety six jump in and do the things is that he did on top of that number ninety one. I mean those guys will flying around and it's fun to watch but also to we understand that we're going to get your best shot so when you know that you're going to get your best shot we have to make sure that we're playing. I'll most detailed indisciplined ball ball type ballgame and going out there next Kootenai job with great attention to details as well work in the off season. It's paying off getting yours at the cash in the fact he's doing more relaxed. It is obviously he's done a great job of taking care of his body he he he works at it. He's saying he's truly a professional just thinking about the progress and he's made just in the calendar year says as a lot. I'm not surprised by the success that he had last week because of the way he works in practice but I'm also expected to see him. Do It on the week to week basis assist total lead and put it on tape you know and what you put on tapers direct reflection who we are. Let's make sure that we continue with that trend urgency. This probably the last game in Oakland. You're going to vote for them to bang guess there could be something in the postseason but we're just the raiders in California every Allegra while Oh you were growing up they were open when you're kidding back thoughts about that franchise kind of this rivalry and is it going to be different in Vegas or sad the lead state. I don't think it'd be different because they will always be the raiders but I will say this. It'd be different because it'd be in a different location because it outside of California on your silver and black brains a type of sway to state of California and I know when they were down in. LA bought a type of sway in any L. Area area and I know Oakland has had that swag for years just to history and success that they had with the number of players over the course of the time that they've been ed but yes just being a fan of football. I'm a little disappointed that Aleve and but I do understand this that the rivalry still will continue in Las Vegas South Dakota. It does not matter you know this the old school. AFC West you knuckle up and you play ball like the raiders when you take. Is that a team that you like about. I will say this being in the AFC west and growing up. I wouldn't say I'm not saying that. I wanted to say that was a clip branch fan who wasn't a Ken Stabler Fan. You know I mean Marcus Allen. I grew up watching Marcus Marcus Allen play so I've always been a ranger fan until I got drafted in the league and I played with the San Diego chargers and then you learn to dislike the raiders I will say this. I had a great deal of fun implant in the AFC west and it's good to be in this division because there's a Lotta history between all these teams and that's what makes it fine. I know it's your second girl game in a row but again the Jacksonville fifty percent she's not necessarily. GonNa be the atmosphere in Oakland on you've watched the game against Ragas. That crab was into it and you've asked those are always important but what expecting from the crowd how important is it to not take out of it but to get off the Oakland. Fan Base has always been one that have been been great and I mean do the highs and lows but I will say this that T- The Oakland Raiders since we've been here every a year they play as tough at home and so it's odd job as a team to make sure that we come out and and do what we do and make sure that we don't fall victim to the crowd noise. He's obviously they're going to have some success. We WanNa make sure that we can wear any storms. If we have any issues to start the game off with but that's just a part of the process but it's our job to make sure I guys playing sound football that we're putting them in the right position to win and execute but making sure that they go out and be and just let their personality show so be enemy ends his press conference with let their personality show where we heard that before it's from Andy Reid and the the enemy has been a really close study of Andy Reid. He has the goal of eventually being a head coach. I think it probably happens as soon as this offseason. The enemy flirted with the Cincinnati bengals angles job this past off season some notes on the players he mentioned Patrick Mahomes was being Patrick Mahomes when he tried for the no look the home says since said maybe maybe he should have given Travis Kelsey look in the Jacksonville. Jaguars game misses the pass in the end zone for what would have been an easy touchdown but I'd agree and I think a lot of people are out there saying Patrick shouldn't be no looking but that's part of his game and it helps him to bait defenders and if you're the most valuable player in the national football league. I don't think there's room to ask too many questions. Now you'd rather those plays workout more so than they don't have that being said. I don't think you want to change the character character in the way that mahomes place football not McColl Hartman be enemies said that they coach every player to be the starter all indication say that McColl hardman feels confident in himself moving forward with tyreek. Hill missing the next couple of weeks and he will get an opportunity against the Oakland raiders to make a difference so you hope that Karuk can hit the ground running all right. Let's keep this moving. We're GONNA continue on with defensive coordinator Steve Spagnolo. Here's Spagnolo from the podium. You got them all bread. Okay look at say open. It up is great to have a win under our belt and now it's onto game to. I'll apologize in advance. If you ask questions about last week's game half of them I forget because now it's all oakland truthfully when it gets to Thursday. I'm usually onto the team being but happy to open it up or anything about you. I thought he tackled really well and I really did now is encouraging a couple. There's always a learning curve with a rookie but for most of the Nice job decision to start sourcing yet a lot of different things go into that and I visited with Dan. It is a great team player any plays on a lot of special teams as a lot of ups there and started headed that way I thought wanted good job during training camp and earned the starting spot but we're going to need all of those guys all of a sudden these processes to Reggie. I mean that's really the head coach's decision. Be Quite honest with you. you know what he has to decide. Who the forty six hours some guys have to be activated so it's probably a better question for any of the dirt in the Louis Game. It's interesting last one ever could be yeah now. Look at you. Try Not to let those kind of things distract you coach treat you know we all talk about wearing the right shoes and getting out there and test in the field before the game so sure. I guys will do that. Yoga may think of a certain age where so oh sure you see some of these. Games childhoods were watching in this kind of a funny narrow biggest might be the last yeah in that in that at stadium and what the dirt and the whole thing. I remember as a child now. I grew up on the east coast. I vividly remember raiders chiefs game. WHOA here's what I remember about it. It's like a seven year old and one of I was. It was doc in the east. The world wasn't as small then so I don't. I forgot ever been on a plane but it was just it was light out at the game they were and that's that's what I remember but I look at Data Hank Schram and the you know the the battles. I used to have what Al Davis I. I remember pretty video. Yeah it was a it was a kind of a youtube video and Len Dawson was on. You probably have all seen it. I mean I'm sure it's it depicted with rivalries all about look..

Oakland raiders football Oakland Raiders AFC chiefs pat Defensive Coordinator coordinator Jacksonville Jaguars Steve Spagnolo Oakland Coliseum Jacksonville special teams coach Tyreek California Marcus Allen Frank Clark Clark Eric B
"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

02:21 min | 11 months ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"So you know especially we have other guys. I can do it. Uh-huh harrison you mentioned the season just tried to stretch him. As far as you can't feel your company sort wondering where he's reading the first couple of weeks yeah. I feel a lot more comfortable now that he can. He can take it back further than than he has in the past. You know we used take back fifty three now. We feel more comfortable fifty five fifty six you know so that's a credit him how hard he's been working in this consistency and his conference and he did he had it. He was mad at himself and he actually left it right now. So so that's kind of telling you that nested in there you know the guys pull it and they're trying to overtake it. He he finessed it and he still had plenty of distance on tells you said greg. Dimitrius airs wants last year. He was one of the top guys but he wasn't. He wasn't atop op guy but he was he. He was tight end for for total snaps. You got more tight end snaps on specialty than any other tight end in a league production points now but he was somebody mind though when that belt bells going to play and elder you know those guys gotta step it up and actually two to three guys possibly take his spot so that's chief special teams coordinator dave tobe from the podium. My big takeaway was the question i asked asked i just was confirming the returners. You'll see this weekend and that is true on smith as to kick returner and tyreek hill as the punt returner those your top guys. I'm interested in seeing what happens. When the anthony thomas comes back next week don't forget he's suspended this week because of the marijuana possession and the arrest and so on and so forth wants wants to chiefs activate the anthony thomas. I just wonder what the future holds for trauma smith because again he's been changing positions. They now have them listed as a cornerback. I don't know so if he stays in this roster that remains to be seen but we won't get to that until after this week one game it's the chiefs visiting the jacksonville jaguars again the next thing you'll hear on on this podcast channel is the arrowhead pride game preview that should post sometime mid friday afternoon and

harrison greg smith jacksonville jaguars anthony thomas dave tobe coordinator marijuana Dimitrius
"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

03:16 min | 11 months ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"If you feel you just as as important as the next man remember most of the former running back on your start being on the field the excitement anticipation and how much the eager to see from a guy you've been i with all all seasons pretty old. You know what i say this. I remember remember must start. It was one start you know. It was a lone star. It was an exciting start. It was so long ago we played in the houston astros. Although i was with the cincinnati bengals but i mean you never forget those days and it was all said and done would when you get an opportunity to put it an n._f._l. Uniform oh and you get to share that locker room and all the highs and lows at takes place within being in that family and then this community you. You have a tendency to remember everything and yes. I do remember that loan star but you know what also remember my fourth year going to the super bowl also remember <hes> being a part of cincinnati bengals organization that beat pittsbur- also remember playing an entire season with coach read in one thousand nine hundred nine in his first season as a head coach so this is plenty of things to look back upon been blessed and fortunate to be a part of had to ryan against cable and it got way all the guys they have up front but then the ad forty one who just limited experience as far as from on tape ages what kind of problems he presented. This defense is is very skilled. I mean i think as an organization these guys have done a great job of building in his defense to fit this key. I mean they play fast aggressive guys. I can get up to field. I got some guys that can rush to passer. Obviously they drafted the young kid out of kentucky. Coz madhouse has given us everything you know. Obviously that's not going to be enough because we still gotta lineup and go play against him a big apps and i mean they got a hell of a back of who i think is probably one of the best running backs it could've came up new draft and miles jack but i'm just bias and then i got one of the top corners premier quarter in the league jalen ramsey and the other kid and he bad at all so guys. We just gotta go out in play. We know that we're going to get the best effort each and every week that's the challenge we have to go out there and display who who we are every single day and every single player that particular gang so regardless of the opponent we just gotta make sure that we're right mentally and then we we can go out and display out physical capabilities handling john's like that. I know it's in their last year is going to be right up out there. Once again. <hes> like i said with all due respect jalen ramsey as as a hell of a player. He's going to be who he is and he's got lined up. He's going to have some great place. We expect in argh i to go out there and play just as good but we look at it. As you know what we're lining up against. Go play against the jacksonville jaguars kansas the city chiefs versus them and made the best team with gotree ninety nine days.

jalen ramsey cincinnati bengals houston astros jacksonville jaguars kentucky pittsbur ryan kansas john ninety nine days
"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

"We see the record show. I responded I to you did. But then disappeared like a goldfish just forgot the phrase. I forgot the phrase anyway ESPN reported on Tuesday night that Mike McCarthy, isn't pursuing any other head coaching job. Then the jets opening which just seemed to me like a nice little neat. Repositioning for Mike McCarthy people to remind the jets. Hey, we love you baby. And also. Well, we don't even want any other job, even though Mike McCarthy didn't seem to have a lot of interviews line. The other jobs are taking except for the Bengals who he was not involved. It makes the the messaging makes Mike McCarthy look like a completely focused individual who knows what he wants and give it to him. But the reality is a little different could be dead wrong about this. But this has been one of the most easy to see through plans as far as getting somebody hired tell everyone that you don't really need a job. And you might sit out two thousand nineteen and revisit the coaching thing in two thousand twenty. That's your story that you're telling everyone for a week. And then when you look like you're gonna last one at the dance, you don't have anyone out there and dance with okay? We really only want the jets tug jets job 'cause that's really five of them are gone. Now, we might not get any other one. They're looking at some interesting aimed Baylor's coach Matt rule. Right. Definitely in the mix. According to rich Meany of ESPN, New York, and seems to be the name that might be sit and a little buzz here. That's a Daniel Jeremiah's favourite. Candidate. He's there are a lot of college people that would put Matt rule ahead of cliff. Kingston's got very pop in that people inside the game seemed to respect them a young guys from New York. He has a little bit of NFL experience and has done a nice job. Bruce Arians, a former temple coach. There you go, and I have a Baylor tie through my wife, and my father-in-law Bonnie's is way into the Baylor bears and under rule they have transitioned from the the wide open spread attack of RG three and Bryce petty to approach tile tax. He has the type of knowledge of the game that would transfer to the NFL we'll see with that guy. Also be enemy the chiefs offense coordinator in play with the jets. So we'll see that I feel that something's coming very soon with the jets. What about the dolphins? What are you hearing about the dolphins? Well, there hasn't been much. There's there's still some lingering buzz whether the dolphins would try to present the ravens with an offer. They couldn't refuse in. Yards to John Harbaugh profootballtalk as written a lot about that other than that the name in Miami that they think is the strongest is Brian Flores who is not the patriots defensive coordinator. But essentially has those responsibilities for them been a linebacker coach for them has a really interesting backstory and just seems to be, you know, when owners talk about like, we want a leader, man. He seems like one of those guys definitely connects with with his players, and he might he might be the guy that everyone. I mean, I guess stated that you wanna leader of men well as opposed there's different styles of that. I think though like Bill Belichick is not someone. You would you would say that's not the first thing that you bring up you bring up his game plans. You know, same with Kingsbury perhaps guys love Bill check. Yeah. Right. But you know, what? I mean. I know what you're saying requisite. That's what people miss about McVeigh that he's really good at that part of the job. And it's not just that he's mastermind on offense. And I think it's. The priority. You put on it. I don't think that Kingsbury is being hired because he's a leader of men. I think it's because of his work with quarterbacks. I think whoever takes this job though. I mean, this is a team that's in these own of almost tear it down to rebuild, and it's not going to be an easy path and the other name that comes up as Christmas chard who also his players. Byron Jones talked about Kris shard of the Cowboys is destined for greatness. Jalen Smith said that right away sense. I mean, socially different..

Mike McCarthy Matt rule ravens Kingsbury ESPN Bill Belichick Bengals New York NFL McVeigh Bruce Arians Baylor coordinator Jalen Smith Daniel Jeremiah John Harbaugh rich Meany Brian Flores
"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

"I don't know if they should it would be wrong to install them as favourite automatic. The what we saw the good division, and they need to improve around Aaron Rodgers from a personnel standpoint. One thing that we saw in the last probably half decade of Mike McCarthy was an inability to find a consistent running game. And it was just like we're gonna put all this on Aaron Rodgers. Well, Matt leflore comes from that rollout. Offense where everything's based on booed action and play action. Those are the guys he knows in. Then you saw him midway through the year and Tennessee put the offense on Derrick Henry when he needed to. And I think you're gonna see a lot more Aaron Jones and Green Bay one final note every time. Greg speaks in our studio here on the door is pasted a hate. Head. It's happening to me. I am having the worst podcast experience. I have ever had because I keep thinking that there's a a him body through the door at us judging us, I mean, I didn't get it up. Wow, crumbling it in my face. Dan got up. It is a little every time. I turn to my right to set Greg up or have a conversation. There was a disembodied Jared Goff. Right. And that had to go so three men in a baby scenario with other human in the picture that was deep callback. But I got the ref and I liked it this nice, pop culture. This leflore higher is reminder, Mike Shanahan's one of the most influential coaches of the last thirty forty years offensively. There's there's no doubt about it. In the fact that he had Kyle McVay and leflore altogether. And just the the schemes and the offense is that he would come up with on a weekly basis. Bill Belgian always said he thought it was a toughest play collar and coordinator to go against e- wasn't necessarily the greatest running entire team and being a general manager, but he is one of the greats. There will be a black sheep in the sponge. They're not all going to serve the. But I mean that he his influence in his offense of style. I think time has borne out how influential it is. All All right. right. So those are the five teams that have a new head coach in place. Let's spend through quickly of three teams that are not. Connected to a head coach at this point. We'll start with the jets because Mike McCarthy's the former coach of the Packers. And we saw it might have been what we refer internally as agent porn. But it came out yesterday. Never heard anyone. What as important Asian porno agent agent porn? I've never heard anyone say that what you said we refer to that internally as agent porn. I texted that yester-. I okay. But that was about cliff Kingsbury. Yeah. Did you notice how I noticed that you techs? Greg clearly scanned over whatever you on learning that Greg did respond. But I think ragweed just like I'm going to respond just during the I don't know if you know me yet. But all my memory lasts about forty five minutes after that is that by the way, is there a reason why the memory maybe is their short term. I don't think I don't think that is fair question. I think that's a fair question. It's been like that my whole life. My mouth is outside. I just try to like tributed. Here's what here's what matters to me is my relationships and the moment around me, and I'd have nothing left in my brain or anything else. That's a man living in the presence. Mark a quick a quick explanation. Before I get into. What is agent porn? Not Asian porn agent porn in this case. It was Kingsbury the general what is what is it to you to me? What is agent what I sent to? You guys was a text where are a tweet where a certain candidate in this case clippings was raised up to such heightened levels. And the words used were. So flowery about never one NFL game that I thought that there was a servicing of someone's agent going on in that porn..

Greg Aaron Rodgers Mike Shanahan Mike McCarthy cliff Kingsbury Packers Matt leflore Aaron Jones Jared Goff Tennessee jets Green Bay Dan Derrick Henry NFL Bill Belgian general manager coordinator Mark forty five minutes
"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

"How do you spell carousel? Mark. See a are very. It's a tricky. Matt flair has a job. And it's a good one. The Packers agree to a four year contract with the Tennessee titans. Offense coordinator, he replaces Mike McCarthy. Stolen, the Margaret we're gonna get him and a little bit. It's a four year contract Greg with a fifth year team option. Pertemps Pella Cerro. The flare. The Fleur is a man who had a deal with a quarterback that was never healthy last year in Tennessee. But the offense got better special in Derrick Henry started having a bigger role you like this higher for Green Bay? I like that Aaron Rodgers with the different offensive head coach could have been literally anyone the vagrant. No. Because if it was Bruce Arians, I have a track record where I would kind of, you know, have a stronger opinion. I don't feel like leflore in his one year in Tennessee. I'm going to praise him or kill them too much. Has certainly guy that's respected around the league. He impressed the Packers in this interview. They didn't even do a second interview. Despite a pretty wide group of interesting candidates that the interviewed in Green Bay. And I love that. He it sounds like we don't know for sure. But it sounds like he's keeping Mike and most if not all of the defensive snowed moves, I think is a huge part of the equation. Yeah. I'm just excited to see what he does. I mean shows how quickly things can change in the NFL that he essentially lost his job as a quarterbacks coach with the falcons two years ago. He wanted to stay there. Mcvay ended up kind of giving them a lifeline. They worked together in Washington goes be the coordinator there and here he is now as head coach at one of the best most storied franchises league with the best quarterback in the league. He's a mystery. And we'll find out how much he's absorbed from being next to some of the greatest minds on offense in the last couple of decades. Sean McVay he was with him in Los Angeles. But McVeigh was engulfs ear before the whistle. And when the defense had the ball McVeigh was running the offense. So for how much was lower doing there. He's with Kyle Shanahan. When Matt Ryan was an MVP and the falcons went to the Super Bowl. And like you said he wasn't even brought back as quarterbacks coach how much after Shanahan, right? But it could be fair. He wasn't calling the play Shanahan was. And then he gets Tennessee. His starting quarterback has an injury that affects the way he throws the ball and his backup plays in quite a few games. And yet in three or four games with the titans. This year, my notes were this coaching staff is coaching. It's azoff with very little talent. So I'm intrigued by I just don't know quite who met leflore. He was put at a tough situation. Obviously with Marcus mariota shoulder dealing with Blaine gabbert half the season. My one thing with this job. Specifically, you could argue in many have that it's the best opening and the presence of Aaron Rodgers gives you a chance for immediate success. But the last two season show us that the Packers have issues beyond Aaron Rodgers. And there is this notion. That's you fix the Mike McCarthy. Part of it the next coach should just take Green Bay right back to where we thought they were this NFC title game and the Super Bowl and finally deliver on Aaron Rodgers potential. It's like there's a lot of pressure. And I don't think this is a Super Bowl team right now. I think there's talent though, I think there's more talent than maybe any of the other vacancies it certainly up there. I think patent needs to do a better job. I mean they had a ton of entered and injuries. But ultimately, the defense wasn't any better than it was under Dom Capers. I feel like the football senti will stop making a sumptious about the Packers. After the last two years. I think there will be an assumption going to next year. Oh, they'll be definitely in the mix of the Super Bowl because I think they've now proven think they worked at I will wait and say that every year, but I'm just saying I think that there's I mean that offense. Let's be honest. I mean, there's this twelve teams that are twelve fifteen teams before the have shan't, and if you have Aaron Rodgers and some talent and they've got a chance being a favourite. Yeah. But..

Packers Aaron Rodgers Mike McCarthy Tennessee titans Kyle Shanahan Tennessee Green Bay titans falcons Sean McVay Matt flair McVeigh coordinator Matt Ryan Pertemps Pella Cerro Bruce Arians Mark Dom Capers Derrick Henry
"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

"And that's let's talk about this more with click cliff Kingsbury if that's where we're going next. Yes. I think that's a big part of that with the cardinals. Clings cliff Kingsbury tough to say going to have to get used to the lease for one to three years cliff? Kingsbury who was the Texas Tech head coach didn't work out. He got canned takes a job as it. Use at USC hard things to say, and then finds out a bunch of teams are looking for the next Sean McVeigh wiggles out of the deal moves into an interview process meets with the cardinals the jets decides Arizona's where he was coach he is now the new head coach of the cardinals. Wes, what were you gonna say there's all this criticism that it's such a risky higher. It's not a safe move. Well, who safe John FOX, Jeff Fisher, right? Was Steve Wilk safe any lasted one year because he had a sub NFL offense. How about every if it's safe, right? How about every coach that just got fired where those were those safer. Not like if you're if you're an owner or a team president you're looking around the league in you see Doug Peterson with Carson Wentz. Nick, foles you see Frank Reich with. Andrew luck. You see Matt Nagy with Mitch Trubisky. You see Sean McVay with Jared Goff. All these guys got immensely better quickly. You also see those four guys offense of minds come in. And they get Phillips Vic Fangio GM shorts. They get some of the best defensive coordinators in the business because nobody's hiring defensive coordinators, head coaches. So there's a much bigger field. If you hire Steve Wilks he fires his offense coordinator halfway through the season you hire. Vance Joseph fires coordinator halfway through the season. Ma-? Patricia fires coordinator after one season. There's just a much better. If you're an owner you like why wouldn't hire the offense coordinator have my cake and eat it too. Because he's going to hire a great defense of coordinator people kill cliff Kingsbury four the college record. And none of us watched any of those games. Let's be honest. But they that was a team at Texas Tech that were the offense. What he's meant to be good at right was prolific in fantastic the defiant, they deep. It's the players didn't go to that team, essentially. And they were losing because of that side of the ball. I mean, he's good at what he's meant to be good at and they needed to do this for Josh Rosen who probably has PTSD coming off last season. One of the worst situations rookie quarterback could be in. So you're giving him a shot to be with someone who's creative and new and and let that relationship blend not a small thing. If you hire an offense of coach he's going to be there for a few years. You're not gonna be changing offensive coordinator the concern. I think with Kingsbury specifically though is his staff. So what kind of staff is he going to put together, Sean McVay had been in the NFL had connections. Even Matla floors been in the NFL. Maybe Kingsbury does put together a great staff. There's rumors he might hire the Texas State coaches offense coordinator, that's not as big a higher. We haven't heard about who he's gonna bring in. But he's he's causing a lot of excitement. I was pretty impressed that the Zona cardinals changed all their Twitter names to AirAsia cardinals with. K I mean that's buying in. That's branding. With just any other thoughts on the Zona job before we move on. Oh, he's I believe cliff is four years older than Larry FitzGerald. So another very young thirty nine and younger than I I have another. This is his agents. Great whoever he is. I mean, the second he lost his job at technical agent talk. Every maybe it's just maybe Kingsbury just great at work in the media agent corner..

cliff Kingsbury coordinator Vance Joseph cardinals Sean McVay Texas Tech NFL Zona cardinals Sean McVeigh Phillips Vic Fangio Steve Wilk Matt Nagy Frank Reich USC John FOX Wes Larry FitzGerald Doug Peterson Steve Wilks
"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

"But if you want to get one more shot to see if the number one overall pick is gonna fly how about a guy that loves the downfield bombing attack. Bruce Arians, another proven tested guy, not bad it. It's a perfect match for Winston skill set. I mean, they showed I saw this graph. That showed what quarterbacks over the last six years have the highest area hards per attempt per season. And all the basically there were two players off the charts in those two players were Carson Palmer under Bruce Arians in James Winston throughout his career. And I think a guy like. Areas. Probably convinced them that he sees the good parts of Winston in in that he seems like a very football smart guy about ninety five percent of the time. And he makes some really crazy decisions. But he's still twenty four years old and has a ton of production. It's also a way for Jason light who worked with areas in Arizona to kind of this is his last chance I feel like they are on the hot seat right away. Because Jason light is on a hot see, and he's so tied to areas. He so tied to Winston that. Even though he's signed a four year contract. It feels like they need to produce quickly or else. This whole thing could get blown up in that is based on the track record of the bucks under the glazers. No one's change coaches over the last twelve years more than the bucks in the Browns. And they have not made the playoffs in eleven years. So I think the expectations are going to be but they should be high with areas and Todd Bowles defensive coordinator Byron left, which is a play collar and passing. That's a nice mix. Parents Todd Bowles and the bears are now they're coming after. So perhaps Todd Bowles has a decision to make and I'll say and we'll get back areas. But that's not an easy to sit bowls as a good relationship with areas. We know and they have some nice players Wes on that roster. Three tight the bears defensive coordinator job. That's good gig. But maybe the deal breaker Wes is that Reuss Aaron's is a late period Parcells year to year type coach at the stage of his life. Todd Bowles might have a ticket for the big chair if he can get that defense surging and then he gets shot. It's a tricky spot for bulls because he areas are tight, and I do think the bucks defense has more talent than commonly believed. But you could also be featured as the bears defensive coordinator, they can go on a Super Bowl run in Byron left, which could be kind of head coach and waiting to the way it worked really well way in which areas has built his coaching staffs. I think is one of the most. Regaining in the NFL. There are only two of thirty two coaches who are black and we're in an era where everybody wants to hire the bright young innovative mastermind on the offensive side of the ball. Offensive coordinators are ninety percent white quarterback coaches are just about one hundred percent white offense of line coaches are about ninety percent white. So how do you these guys get jobs? I think a guy like Bruce Arians has gone out of his way to hire minority coaches. He's thrust Harold Goodwin into the play calling role in preseason hired a female and Goodwin's joining him in Zona two and left. Now, he's he's allowing Byron left which take over the passing game. And I think this is going forward. I'd like to see more white coaches do stuff like this as an avenue toward getting some African Americans into these job. It's going to be a story once this scarce stop spinning we're going to be down to very few plaque coaches in the league. Where are we on that? Well, no, it's what west just said, exactly. There are a number where I is it down to is down to one the Bengals the some of the handlery. There has a chance to be the only team I think that has a higher the dolphins. Also, Brian Florence has been were captured to attach them pretty closely. So we are kinda waiting, but you're you're right. It's been a rough season for Africa coach that you mentioned. Exactly, it's the Sean McVay go find the next Sean McVay, and they'll in that pool of candidates is largely Caucasian in that..

Todd Bowles Bruce Arians James Winston defensive coordinator Jason light Byron Harold Goodwin Sean McVay Browns Carson Palmer Arizona glazers NFL Brian Florence Bengals Africa bears Reuss Aaron
"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

"Jeez. Out there. We don't want him being the main Representative Ouch has the Vance key does after not getting the Browns job. He's the fulltime OC for the Vikings. So he sticks around they're moving on the Denver Broncos. They go in a different direction. They hire. Former bears defensive coordinator. As their new head coach. So in the air where everyone is looking for the next, Sean McVay. John Elway bucks that trend. He says I like the guy that's a good defensive play. Call caller get my defense back to where should be your thoughts. West on the Joel Indem. It doesn't really surprise me. The John Elway went defense in sort of win against the grain of what's popular in the NFL right now he went defense with his last higher. And it seems to me that he thinks Gary kubiak can just come out of the front office go right back to the sidelines takeover the offense, and they'll be fine. But this team is built on its defense. And I think John Elway knows that once continued to sort of feature the defenses the featured part of this this organization LA made this comment. He said I wanted one side of the ball to be dominant because it's rare that it's both. I think that that this is a movement towards getting back to running that defense the way that he wants it to be run. Well, and it doesn't make sense without kubiak but kubiak is the offensive coordinator. And. A huge higher. I mean, that's to me. That's partly why they hired Fonzie. Do we all have to say, they're totally up to your? I'm gonna go NGO because he he Vic Fangio who sixty years old. The sound is good. You got up. Yeah. He has as much respect. I think league-wide in just for the week tweet game plans that he's come up with dating back to his days in with the forty Niners. And now with the bears as just about any defensive play collar and league over the last decade. Have you put who's been the best coordinator of last decade on defense? He'd be in the top five for sure. And so you're combining that defensive mind with Gary kubiak who's up there in terms of offense of coordinators and certainly did a great job when he was with Denver. So as long as kubiak healthy. That's if I'm a Broncos fan, I feel pretty good about throw it over to coordinator corner. Mark spent a lot of time over there as well as we know Mark, Gary kubiak, good buddies. John Elway probably hung out in. The lobby of the used car lot many times just shooting the s any concerns if you're vivant GIO that a Super Bowl winning head coach is now your system, and he also happens to be best buds with your boss. I would be a little concerned because they're total. They're totally tight. And if there's issues there you may not win the push and pull, but I think on GIO did. I say big fines you alley. That's you. Well, I mean that had to be part and parcel for what might be his only shot to be a head guys are vet these guys have been in the NFL for thirty years..

Gary kubiak John Elway Denver Broncos Vic Fangio defensive coordinator coordinator NFL Vikings Sean McVay GIO Browns Joel Indem Representative Broncos Denver LA Mark
"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"coordinator" Discussed on Around the NFL

"You had results which in most cases, people are hiring blind cliff Kingsbury, we're gonna get to there's that's a totally blind higher by the cardinals that may work out. It may blow up kitchens at least they had this knowledge that he worked while the Mayfield they were scoring points and they were functional offense. So I like to hire there's this cottage industry in the NFL thinktanks and consultants agents in the ear of NFL insiders pushing the right coaches or the ones that get the endorsements and I thought Joe banner former eagles and Browns president made. A good point. She see guys like, Freddie kitchens, and Matt Ibra flus, I would even extend this to Kevin's defence key who did impress the Browns and their interview guys who come from nowhere and can do the job. Well, like these guys aren't there is in the news. They're not being propped up for years as coaching candidates in. It makes you think who else is out there who position coach or who's lower on a coaching staff that can do a better job than some of these guys like been around for you like many people I went to Freddie, kitchens Wikipedia page over the last week 'cause I didn't really know much about him. The he was a quarterback at Alabama which a lot of college fans will know for four years, but he was the quarterbacks coach under Bruce Arians for four years. He was a position coach with the cardinals for a decade. It is tough to keep a job in the NFL on the same team for a decade through multiple different coaching administrations. And so the fact that he impressed all those different coaches to keep those jobs. He was tight ends coach and quarterbacks coach than running backs. Coach all with there is. China before he ended up coming with the Brown. It's not like he's a total overnight stories been in the NFL for eleven years. And I think Dan's point is perfect is that they do know him better than any of those other candidates, and he's a little different like the way talks. I like that his wife is named ginger. I like. I just see he has he cuts different profile than a lot of the head. She didn't which ins a little I don't even know Baker. Him Baker seem like a fun kind of like personality match to. They did talk about. There was so many different people reporting this that defense. King kitchens were so close that they were to incorporate Baker mayfield's take on this. And I wondered if that pushed it over the edge and back to Greg Williams. I find irony in the fact that Williams caught a lot of flack throughout the season for his hard knocks comment that he had seven job offers on the table when he went to the Browns. And it's funny because Greg Williams will absolutely in my mind be defensive coordinator somewhere. And there are like eight teams, you know, six eighteen looking for a DC right now. Probably who you might get seven offers. I don't know about that. He might get it. He might get it. He's gonna get offers. I don't think he hurt himself over the last two the opposite. I don't but he's a unique personality match who's NFL career would've absolutely ended. If not for Jeff Fisher who had such a close relationship with. And that's what the NFL's all about. I'd I'd have to go through the coordinator openings right now. And try to figure out a match because I don't think you'll have a lot of offers. He might get one. Right. Dan, seven just because personality wise, I don't know how many head coaches are going to feel comfortable bringing him up your percentage of it gets a job now. Because think I think there's a decent chance. I just I want. I would want to look at the teams and think about what about he gets seven jobs. I would put one on that. He gets seven offers. I won't do that. With you more making the point. He does have more of a market now than he does his his make believe market that he had before he got the Browns job in my opinion. But all right and. Yes. Kevin's defence a good day for the sixty percent..

Browns NFL Greg Williams cardinals Bruce Arians Freddie kitchens Dan Jeff Fisher Kevin Freddie cliff Kingsbury Baker mayfield Mayfield Baker Matt Ibra president defensive coordinator Joe coordinator China
"coordinator" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"coordinator" Discussed on KNSS

"Coordinator who's sitting in the room to our left here in the president trust not trying to do too much. Self in the gun on first down. Handoff. Those to Caesar left side makes a move gets around two defenders thirty five and he's arm wrestled out of bounds near sideline slammed out of bounds and MCI Caesar with a nice run grabbed him by his arm and wrestling pounds. I think dot cities lucky they didn't get called for a late hit down. Mckay. Caesar was already in the white when the second tackler payment knocking down finishing touches off that tackle four forty four to go clock. Running down here in third quarter Butler leading seventeen thirteen. On the March here, they're moving right to left south to north of Morial Sadia stadium lights now taking full effect is night has hit here in dodge city that moon rising above stands in the east. A handoff goes left side near side and hit the line of scrimmage are trying to rip the ball away at his Caesar. Boy, he has slandered around a couple of defenders actually, Vickers the ball carrier. There'll be no gain on the play. They pushed him back with his four progress. Got him back to the line of scrimmage update on that score from independence Dennis fort, Scott seventeen India, nothing. Wow. Wow. Independence won the conference last year. First time in thirty years. Of course, there are the subject of the highly publicized net flicks. Last chance you. Second season. They've been with independence third down in six for the grizzlies at the dodge city 35-yard-line send Vickers emotion to the right back to pass itself. Who's got time steps up in the pocket. Throws it to the end zone. He's got Davis. It's. Darren kagin Davis with an over the shoulder cats. Wait a minute. They're calling it incomplete. One referee said incomplete. One referee says touchdown there. Now conferring in the end zone. Oh my goodness. Why conferring Keeton Davis? I looked like he caught it back in the end zone. In college. You got to have just one foot in bounds. And it certainly looking at fortunately, we don't have the benefit of a replay. Here we do actually. And that is a touchdown. Oh, you're looking at it on your phone. Video with my phone and you'll see here. He makes.

Darren kagin Davis Caesar Vickers Morial Sadia stadium dodge city Coordinator president Mckay grizzlies Butler India Dennis fort Scott thirty years one foot 35-yard