Subscribe to the Podcast via iTunes In honor of Father’s Day, Rich Eisen welcomes in the First Fathers of the NFL, Jack Harbaugh and Archie Manning, to swap stories about their unique families and how they watch games in … Read
Subscribe to the Podcast via iTunes Rich Eisen welcomes NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport for a discussion about Tim Tebow‘s role with the New England Patriots and the art of the Bill Belichick shut-down press conference. Michael Silver of Yahoo! … Read
Long time NFL quarterback turned tutor Jeff Garcia, joins “The Rich Eisen Podcast” to discuss working with embattled former No. 1 overall NFL draft pick JaMarcus Russell, who recently was invited to Chicago for a workout with the Bears. Garcia also worked this offseason with Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez in hopes of getting him ready for new Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhigweg and his west coast offense. Garcia played in Mornhigweg’s system in both Philadelphia and San Francisco, having his best year as quarterback under him in 2000.
Up next, Jon Hein, the host of “The Wrap Show” on Howard 100 on Sirius satellite radio, dials into chat about a myriad of pop culture topics, but none more pressing than “Game of Thrones” and this week’s infamous ‘Red Wedding’ episode. Hein also sheds some light the immensely popular “Howard Stern Show.”
The show wraps up with Rich and producers Chris Law and Chris Brockman cuing back up a brief discussion they had earlier in the week with Willie McGinest about Justin Beiber. The three-time Super Bowl champion lives in the same Calabasas neighborhood as the Biebs and Keyshawn Johnson, and has some inside knowledge on the neighborhood squabble… Read
The game lost a legend on Monday after the passing of Pro Football Hall of Famer David “Deacon” Jones. This special edition of “The Rich Eisen Podcast” recounts the profound impact that Deacon had, both on and off the gridiron. The final surviving member of “The Fearsome Foursome,” Rosey Grier, joins Rich to remember his teammate and longtime friend. Joining Grier and Rich during the interview is fellow Hall of Famer Michael Irvin and class of 2013 inductee Warren Sapp, who share their memories of Deacon. Rich then dials up yet another Hall of Famer, as Jack Youngblood joins the podcast to discuss what it was like learning from “The Secretary of Defense” as a rookie with the Los Angeles Rams, and also shares some good stories from their days in Canton, Ohio, for Hall of Fame inductions. Jennifer Allen, the daughter of Hall of Fame coach George Allen and sister to Washington Redskins GM Bruce Allen, phones in to share her unique perspective on Deacon. Jones was an extremely close family friend of the Allens while Jennifer was growing up and remained such until his death Monday. And lastly, our own Willie McGinest stops by the studio to share what Deacon meant to him as an outside linebacker/defensive end who played in the league 30-plus years after Deacon did, and what… Read
University of Michigan head coach Brady Hoke joins “The Rich Eisen Podcast” in studio to discuss the upcoming college football season, how former Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson will fare with the Jacksonville Jaguars and much, much more.
Our good friend Jeff Schaffer, an Ann Arbor, Mich. native, stops by toward the end of the Hoke conversation and hangs out for Rich’s chat with Detroit Lions legend Barry Sanders. The Pro Football Hall of Fame running back is one of the latest former NFL players to be named to the Heads Up Football advisory committee in an effort to teach parents and coaches safer practices and techniques in youth football.
The podcast rounds out with Schaffer and the podcast crew chatting about the latest news from around the league, and getting the latest details on Schaffer’s upcoming projects, including the fifth season of… Read
Brian Urlacher announced his retirement Tuesday after 13 NFL season.
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Brian Urlacher dials into “The Rich Eisen Podcast” to chat with Rich fresh off of announcing his retirement. The 13 year NFL veteran talks about why he decided to hang up his cleats and much, much more.
Up next, Rich welcomes producer and writer David Kohan. Kohan was the creator and executive producer of the hit NBC sitcom “Will and Grace,” and has worked on numerous other television shows and projects throughout his career in Hollywood.
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Shortly after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced that the Super Bowl L bid had been awarded to San Francisco, 49ers CEO Jed York dialed into “The Rich Eisen Podcast” to discuss the impact of the Super Bowl’s golden anniversary being awarded to the city by the bay.
Up next, Rich dials up actor Jason Bateman to discuss “Arrested Development,” which re-launches on Netflix on Sunday. The show, which originally aired on FOX, was cancelled after just three seasons. However, its cult-like fan base clamored for more and Bateman, along with the rest of his castmates obliged when writer and creator Mitchell Hurwitz came calling with a new script.
The podcast wraps up with big-time Indianapolis fan Rob Lowe, who dials in to chat about his beloved Colts. Lowe shares his thoughts on the Colts’ 2013 draft class and if he thinks they can return to the playoffs this season. The veteran actor also has a new project coming out this Sunday, “Behind The Candelabra,” which details the life of Liberace… Read
Subscribe to the Podcast via iTunes Fellow NFL podcaster Dave Dameshek hangs out with Rich and company to discuss an impressive display of sportsmanship in the NHL playoffs, irritating kids TV shows, the twitter habits of NFL fanbases and much … Read
Fifteen-year NFL veteran Charles Woodson stops by for a chat with Rich to discuss his desire to continue playing after being released by the Green Bay Packers in February and much, much more…
Rich then dials up friend of the podcast Mike Silver to discuss his recent article about Tim Tebow being blackballed by NFL teams. Rich and Silver also clear the air on the Twitter “tipping-of-picks”… Read
Rich welcomes back friend of the podcast Charles Davis, who along with producers Law and Brockman, recount some of the more intriguing moments of the 2013 NFL Draft from Radio City Music Hall in New York, including a few good behind-the-scenes stories from on set and during the week.
Up next, Rolling Stone writer and contributing editor Matt Taibbi phones up the podcast for chat about the draft. Taibbi is a well respected writer and author, who focuses mainly on… Read