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Guests include the “NFL GameDay Morning” crew, Deion Sanders, Michael Irvin, Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk, Warren Sapp and Steve Mariucci.
With the NFL season just a little more than a month away, the “GameDay Morning” crew was all together shooting their TV promos for this season’s show. As training camps get underway, we decided to get the entire band together again to sit down for a brief chat on some of the more intriguing storylines leading up to the 2012 season. The guys share their thoughts on Michael Vick’s bold ‘dynasty’ Read
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you my 8th run for 40-yard dash glory at the NFL Scouting Combine. Read
Guests include Vikings All-Pro running back/philanthropist, Adrian Peterson who talks about his teams rough 0-3 start as well as his philanthropic efforts with Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore. Next up we SKYPE in with Country Music legend and huge Tennessee Titan fan as Tim McGraw joins us from his home in Nashville. Finally the podcast concludes with Suzanne Johnson, who is the wife of Jets owner Woody Johnson. Suzanne is all fired up about the new line of women’s apparel the league has created and dishes some inside information on the J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets. In essence, this show is all over the NFL map. And that’s just the lineup for the first of two podcasts this week. Coming out tomorrow: NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock and fitness guru/volleyball queen/model Gabrielle Reece. Good times. Read
With the first week of preseason games under our belts and the season just a few short weeks away, all of us here at the NFL are preparing for another dynamite season of pigskin. In anticipation of this I decided to round up my Emmy nominated “NFL GameDay Morning” colleagues fresh off their day long photo shoot in Los Angeles. Read
Rich Eisen HOF Podcast: John Madden, Jim Kelly, Anthony Munoz and Jack Youngblood with Jackie Slater
Guests include John Madden, Jim Kelly, Anthony Munoz and Jack Youngblood with Jackie Slater. What a spectacular weekend it was in Canton, Ohio as seven legends of the game found themselves adorned with gold jackets and bronze busts as they entered the sport’s most special of fraternities. So we decided to take the podcast on the road for the first time for this special event and were able to catch up with some of game’s greatest. Rich first sits down with HOF quarterback Jim Kelly who is absolutely fantastic as they hit on such topics as Scott Norwood’s infamous missed Super Bowl XXV field goal, the future of football in Buffalo and his remarkably passionate Hall of Fame speech from 2002 that he dedicated to his late son Hunter, who suffered from a nervous system disorder known as Krabbe disease. It’s a must-listen as Kelly touches on the state of the current Bills team and whether or not QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is the answer in Buffalo.
Next, we catch up with one of pro football’s biggest icons as John Madden sits down with Rich fresh off a meeting with NFL commish Roger Goodell and others on player safety. Coach Madden shares stories from his Raiders days as well as his hugely successful broadcasting career and the redonkulous football viewing setup he currently enjoys as a retired coach/commentator/video game legend.
Following Coach Madden is class of 1998 enshrinee OT Antony Munoz, who addresses the current state of the Cincinnati Bengals and the hostile situation that his former franchise is facing with quarterback Carson Palmer’s pending retirement. It’s not all serious chatter, though, as Munoz shares a hilarious story about his struggles with one particular piece of golf equipment.
The podcast wraps up with former L.A. Rams teammates Jack Youngblood and Jackie Slater. The two dig deep as they reminisce on stories of the past, what it was like playing in the NFL in the late 1970’s with the Hollywood scene as their backdrop and if a return to L.A. is a good thing for the NFL. As expected the stories are great and put a cap on what was an even better weekend as the NFL Network family saw three of its own enshrined in Ed Sabol, Marshall Faulk and Deion Sanders.
Lastly a special thank you to Joe Horrigan, Pete Fierle & Matt Waechter of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton for their efforts this week and assistance in making this inaugural on-the-road podcast possible. Also be sure to check out NFL AUCTION if you’re interested in obtaining any of the Hall of Fame autographed memorabilia you see on the TV version of the podcast. One hundred percent of the proceeds go to such charitable organizations as the Player Care Foundation, NFL Play 60 and many more. This week’s podcast airs Wednesday on NFL Network at 9 p.m. ET. As always, enjoy and be sure to follow the podcast on Twitter @TheEisenPodcast.
Deion Sanders stops by the “Rich Eisen Podcast” to reveal his plans for his Hall of Fame speech and post-induction plans that include rappers Snoop Dogg and Nelly. Read
Guests include soon to be Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees Deion “PrimeTime” Sanders and Super Bowl XX MVP Richard Dent, as well as the VP of Communications and Exhibits at the Hall of Fame in Canton, Joe Horrigan. Read
I’m sitting here in the launch position to host my favorite show of the year: “NFL Total Access” live at the Super Bowl Media Center. It lasts 7 hours long. Thankfully, I will have folks like Steve Mariucci, Marshall Faulk, … Read
Amidst the sleet and snow, nothing can stop me, Marshall Faulk, Rod Woodson and Deion Sanders from making our appointed rounds at Super Bowl XLV Media Day, about to go live on NFL Network!