Rich Eisen is joined by Peter King of “The MMQB” to discuss all of the latest from Week 14 and biggest NFL storylines heading into Week 15. Next, Emmy-Award winning actor Ty Burrell from Modern Family dials in to talk about his St. Louis Rams and… Read
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On this week’s edition of “The Rich Eisen Podcast,” Dennis Miller dials in to recap Week 12 and look ahead to Week 13. Then, actress Gillian Jacobs, the star of NBC’s “Community,” stops by the studio for her second ‘chance’ on The #REP and is quickly becoming a podcast favorite. The show rounds out with none other than Johnny Knoxville. The star of “Bad Grandpa” joins the crew in-studio to discuss his hilarious new film and takes a trip down memory lane on some of his more memorable “Jackass” stunts over… Read
Dick Costolo joins the latest edition of The #REP (Chris Law/NFL)
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Twitter CEO Dick Costolo…
It’s a special late-week edition of The Rich Eisen Podcast featuring the CEO of Twitter, Dick Costolo. Eisen and his fellow University of Michigan alumnus discuss all things Twitter and the incredible impact that it has had not only in sports, but in our daily lives over the past few years. The hour long conversation hits on a myriad of topics, but none more important than Eisen’s request for Twitter to implement a sarcastic font, a.k.a. the “Eisen Font,” and for producers Chris Law and Chris Brockman to get blue check marks. Costolo’s responses to both are priceless and spawned this week’s #REP Poll Question, so be sure to vote.
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Rich Eisen and the podcast crew recap the wild Monday Night Football game between the Patriots and Panthers, as well as the rest of the action from Week 11 across the NFL.
Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians then dials in to discuss his team’s big matchup this week with the Indianapolis Colts, the team Arians served as interim head coach of last year while Chuck Pagano battled cancer. Arians discusses his unique relationship with Pagano and how the 6-4 Cardinals are getting ready for the stretch run in the NFC West.
NFL senior advisor Joe Browne, who is the National Football League’s longest tenured employee and served under both Commissioner Pete Rozelle, and Paul Tagliabue joins the show next. With the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination approaching, Browne dials in to help shed some light on Rozelle and the NFL’s decision to play football games just two days after the assassination of JFK on Friday, November 22 1963.
The podcast rounds out with actor and Chicago native Vince Vaughn, who dials in to talk about his beloved Bears and whether or not they can make a run down the stretch. Vaughn talked about the optimism surrounding the Bears chances in the NFC North with Aaron Rodgers banged up in Green Bay and the Detroit Lions… Read
Jason Witten, Dr Oz and Jerry Rice all join The #REP (NFL/AP)
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This week's guests include Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, who clarifies his sideline argument with teammate Dez Bryant and previews what the atmosphere will be like in New Orleans when the Cowboys face the Saints and their former defensive coordinator Rob Ryan. Rich then phones up Philadelphia Eagles fan and professor of surgery at Columbia University, Dr. Mehmet Oz. Dr. Oz played football at the collegiate level while attending Harvard University and conveys his passion for the game with Rich. He also shares some insight as to what Denver Broncos head coach John Fox is facing with having his aortic heart valve replaced. The show rounds out with “The G.O.A.T.” as Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice swings by NFL Network studios to discuss the Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito saga in South Beach, how he would dominate the game with today’s passing rules and why he and Deion Sanders are going at it one mor… Read
This week’s guests include Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson, nine-time Grammy Award winning musician and fantasy football enthusiast, John Legend, and the co-host of the Today Show…
Guests include former Pro Bowlers LaDainian Tomlinson and Willie McGinest to recap Week 6 and preview Week 7 in the National Football League. Rich then welcomes in studio high-powered Los Angeles attorney, Laura Wasser, to discuss her new book “It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way.”
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The executive vice president of football operations for the Denver Broncos, John Elway, dials in to chat with Rich Eisen fresh off his team’s shootout win in Dallas. Elway talks about the near perfect season quarterback Peyton Manning is having, how Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo made the Broncos’ defense look foolish at times, and how important Pro Bowl linebacker Von Miller’s return will be for his team.
Next up, Penn State football coach Bill O’Brien phones in to discuss his Nittany Lions homecoming contest this Saturday with the Michigan Wolverines. The 2012 Coach of the Year has strong ties to the National Football League, spending four years under Bill Belichick as an offensive coach and coordinator. O’Brien discuses what this time in New England meant for him now as a young head coach, while he tries to rebuild a program and restore the glory in Happy Valley. The B1G showdown this weekend in State College has special significance for the #REP, with Eisen being a Michigan Alumnus, and podcast producer Chris Law graduating from Penn State.
The podcast rounds out with NFL Media columnist Michael Silver, who discusses the latest news and notes from around the league. Silver and the podcast crew discuss the fallout in Atlanta following their Monday night meltdown against the Jets. The guys then get you ready for all the Week 6 action, including a preview of “Thursday Night Football” in Chicago, where the Giant… Read
What better way to celebrate being one-quarter of the way through the NFL season then with a MEGA-POD edition of The Rich Eisen Podcast? Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll dials in for a discussion with Rich about his squad’s big comeback victory against the Houston Texans, and how he’s getting his team ready for Andrew Luck and the Colts in Week 5. We also get the former USC coach’s thoughts on his former employers firing of Lane Kiffin.
Up next, former Baltimore Orioles great and Hall of Famer, Cal Ripken Jr, dials in to discuss the Ravens’ 2-2 start. The Iron Man and Ravens season ticket holder tells Rich about his relationship with Charm City’s other sports icon, retired linebacker Ray Lewis, who also happens to be Ripken’s neighbor. Ripken also discusses a potential return to Major League Baseball in a managerial role, and the advice LA Dodgers skipper Don Mattingly gave him about the gig.
Emmy award-winning actor and die-hard Kansas City Chiefs fan, Eric Stonestreet, calls in to discuss the Chiefs’ hot 4-0 start under new coach Andy Reid and quarterback Alex Smith.
The podcast finishes off with TIME TV critic, James Poniewozik, dialing in to recap the series finale of “Breaking Bad.” With Chris Brockman still catching up on Season 4, Rich sends him out of the room to discuss with Poniewozik and producer Chris Law in detail, the ending to one of television’s best series of all time.
(Spoiler Alert!!! If you haven’t seen “Breaking Bad” and don’t want to hear how it ends, fast forward from the 1:26:00 mark through 1:57:00 )
With the 2013 Emmy’s going down this past Sunday night, who better to call up then television guru, Jon Hein. The host of “The Howard Stern Wrap Up Show” recaps the awards with Rich Eisen and the podcast crew. Hein also gives his expert analysis of producer Chris Law’s cameo appearance on “The League.”
Spoiler alert: Following the Emmy discussion, the guys usher Chris Brockman out of the room before diving into a comprehensive breakdown of the penultimate episode of AMC’s “Breaking Bad.” Eisen, Hein and Law give their theories on how the series will conclude when the final episode airs this Sunday night.
If you missed our podcast from earlier in the week, featuring Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall, Bengals rookie running back Giovani Bernard… Read