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Rich Eisen Podcast: Rod Woodson, Carson Daly and “Guest Who”

The Baltimore Ravens will square off against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII Sunday February 3, in New Orleans. (AP Photo/Rick Osentoski) The Baltimore Ravens will square off against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII Sunday February 3, in New Orleans. (AP Photo/Rick Osentoski)
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Following a pair of conference championship games which saw Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers defeat the Atlanta Falcons, and a Ray Lewis-led Baltimore Ravens squad avenge last year’s loss to the New England Patriots, the stage is set for Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans. To discuss the big matchup between the Ravens and 49ers, Rich dials up Hall of Fame defensive back Rod Woodson, a member of the Baltimore Ravens squad that won Super Bowl XXXV in 2001. Rich and Rod discuss the Kaepernick factor and how his speed and ability to throw effectively could prove to be a challenge for Lewis, Ed Reed and the Ravens’ defense. Woodson also discusses the emergence of Joe Flacco down the stretch and the troubles he presents Patrick Willis and the vaunted 49ers’ defense.

“Last Call: With Carson Daly” brought their show to the NFL Network studio this week to interview Rich for an upcoming episode. Afterwards, we sat down with Carson to find out what he’s been up to since his last visit to the REP one year ago. Carson is one of the all-time good guys in the business and has found great success with his hit NBC show, “The Voice”, which as you’ll find out the upcoming season, has a bizarre tie-in to the Manti Te’o girlfriend hoax saga that has unfolded in recent days.

And finally, the show rounds out with the highly anticipated “Guest Who” segment that podcast producer Chris Law has had in the works for a few weeks. We can’t tell you who the mystery guest is, but just know that you’ll thoroughly enjoy listening to a befuddled Rich Eisen as Law and fellow producer Chris Brockman enjoy Read

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Rich Eisen Podcast: Alec Baldwin and Mike Mayock

Guests include two time Golden Globe and Emmy award winning actor, Alec Baldwin, who phones in from the set of his hit NBC show “30 Rock.” As a Long Island native, Alec doesn’t only have a New York rooting interest in Super Bowl XLVI, he is also going to be a part of the fun. Baldwin will fulfill a role he’s quite familiar with as he plays host to the inaugural NFL Honors show Saturday, February 4th in Indianapolis.

Mike Mayock then joins Rich from Mobile, Alabama where he is covering the 2012 Senior Bowl for NFL Network and getting a glimpse at the leagues incoming crop of dynamic talent

If you happened to miss this week’s earlier podcast featuring Michael Strahan, Ray Rice, Carson Daly and Warren Sapp, be sure to check it out. he special one-hour TV version of the podcast airs Thursday at 12p.m. ET only on NFL Network. Read

Rich Eisen Podcast: Michael Strahan, Ray Rice, Carson Daly and Warren Sapp
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Rich Eisen Podcast: Michael Strahan, Ray Rice, Carson Daly and Warren Sapp

Guests include Michael Strahan and Warren Sapp who discuss the crazy finishes in the AFC and NFC Conference Championship games this past Sunday, along with their thoughts on Super Bowl XLVI and the rematch between the Patriots and Strahan’s Giants.

Ray Rice then joins Rich after a devastating Ravens loss on Sunday in the final seconds of regulation in New England. Rice shares his thougths on Billy Cundiff’s botched 32-yard field goal and where the Ravens orginazation goes from here.

Capping off the podcast is the host of the smash hit television show on NBC, Carson Daly, whose show “The Voice” has its season two premiere immediately following Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis. Daly is big sports fan and shares some great stories about his scratch golfing days and how Tiger Woods was a frequent playing parter, his love/hate relationship with the Oakland Raiders and much more…

Its a great listen, so enjoy, and don’t forget to check back Thursday for an all new podcast featuring actor Alec Baldwin and NFL Network draft guru Mike Mayock. Read

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