With Rich Eisen on break podcast producers Chris Law and Chris Brockman take a look back through the more than 270 episode library of the #REP and pull out clips from some of their favorite interviews. This special “best of” edition includes Bill Courtney, the high school football coach featured in Academy Award winning documentary “Undefeated” and film director Peter Berg talking about Friday Night Lights, his passion for Heads Up Football and more. There are multiple other excerpts that Law and Brockman playback including clips featuring Adam Sandler, Charles Barkley, Frank Caliendo, Bobby Cannavale, Hank Azaria, and more… Read
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NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino dials into “The Rich Eisen Podcast” for a comprehensive rules discussion and to clear the air on some of the public misconceptions surrounding the new rule changes that take effect in 2013. Blandino runs through the full gauntlet of rules with Rich, from the player celebrations, to leading with the crown-of-the-helmet and beyond.
Emmy nominated actor and big time Jets fan, Bobby Cannavale, stops by the podcast studio next. The “Boardwalk Empire” star is out in L.A. filming his an upcoming project that co-stars the great Al Pacino. In addition to talking about his maligned Jets, Cannavale shares a few stories from his two-decade-plus acting career workingr… Read
Yahoo! Sports NFL columnist Mike Silver dials in to The Rich Eisen Podcast to chat with Rich and the podcast crew about the latest news from around the league. With the AFC playoff teams all determined and only seeding on the line in week seventeen the guys focus mainly on the NFC playoff race and the multiple scenarios that could unfold this Sunday. Silver, like always, brings his A-game for the podcast and has some unique takes on a few topics you won’t want to miss
Up next, we shift our focus to Broadway, literally, as actor and big time New York Jets fan Bobby Cannavale dials in fresh off of exiting stage left for his matinee performance of “GlenGary Glen Ross,” where he plays ‘Ricky Roma.’ Cannavale currently stars opposite Al Pacino in the Broadway adaptation of David Mamet’s 1992 film, which also starred Pacino, along with Jack Lemmon and Alec Baldwin. Like most Jets fans, Cannavale is pretty disillusioned with the 2012 season and offers his take for what Rex Ryan and… Read