Rich Eisen catches up with Denver Broncos Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway at the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine. Elway shares his thoughts on the combine process, plus the team’s heartbreaking playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Read
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Tune in Wednesday night to the “Rich Eisen Combine Special” on NFL Network at 9:30 p.m. ET to see my chats with Denver Broncos executive vice president and Pro Football Hall of Fame QB John Elway, Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano and St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher. Also, watch Super Bowl champion and future Hall of Famer Ed Reed roam the red carpet of the Oscars and rub elbows with Hollywood’s A-listers. Read
Senior Sports Illustrated writer Peter King dials in to chat with Rich following one of the greatest weekends in NFL playoff history. The Hall of Fame sportswriter found himself in the enviable position of attending both the Falcons last minute comeback win over the Seahawks on Sunday and the Ravens thrilling double overtime win over Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos on Saturday. King managed to spend time spent time with players from all four squads following the two contests and shares some of the insights he gathered in what was a spectacular weekend of NFL football.
Up next is actor Rob Lowe, who last year around this time made headlines across the National Football League with a tweet about a certain (former) Colt quarterback and retirement rumors. Rich dials up Lowe to discuss the incident and to get the big time Indy fans take on Andrew Luck’s first season and find out how Lowe and his two boys are doing in the post-Manning era as Colts fan. The star of “Parks and Recreation” lets Rich in on a little more credible NFL related news this time around. Lowe and some of his NBC cast mates recently hit up Lucas Oil Stadium and shot a few scenes for this week’s upcoming “Parks and Recreation” episode with Reggie Wayne, Jim Irsay and the aforementioned Andrew Luck. You can tune in to see their cameo appearance this Thursday, January 17th at 8:30pm ET on NBC… Read
Rich Eisen Podcast: John Elway, John Slattery, Rainn Wilson, Eric Stonestreet, Adrian Peterson and Jim Brockmire
Here it is: The highly anticipated, buzz-worthy first (and perhaps only)-ever “Rich Eisen Thanksgiving Special” that kicked Lindsay Lohan off the top of Page Six for a day.
The television version of this show airs 10 p.m. ET and 10 p.m. PT Friday on NFL Network, with a breakfast re-airing Saturday at 10 a.m. ET before the college football day gets started. As for the audio, uncut version…
It all kicks off with Broncos Executive Vice President John Elway, the fourth all-time leading passer of the National Football League who brought the third all-time leading passer of the NFL to Denver. And all Peyton Manning has done is ball out. We chat with The Duke before turning matters over to the brilliant John Slattery. Any fan of “Mad Men” knows very well the uptick in pleasure you receive when Slattery’s Roger Sterling walks, talks, drinks, saunters or bursts his way onto a scene. We discuss his process of creating, honing and, yes, evolving the character that’s earned him an Emmy nomination the last four consecutive years. The star of the upcoming film “In Our Nature” also happens to be quite a Patriots fan, with a son he has been trying to wean off of the New York Giants for a long time.
Next up, Rainn Wilson, the man to whom we will always be in debt to for the way he has brought Dunder-Mifflin psychotic Dwight Schrute to life for nine seasons of “The Office.” You’ll be happy to know the Seahawks are so deeply woven into his DNA that you’ll hear him drop the name “Jim Zorn” on this podcast. Wilson owns two fantasy football leagues and frequently tweets his fantasy woes to his 3.5 million followers on Twitter. Eric Stonestreet follows. Despite being the reigning Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his work on “Modern Family,” you should feel for Eric. He’s a die-hard Chiefs fan who also… Read
Rich welcomes in eleven time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte, who brought home five new medals from the 2012 London games. A University of Florida alum, Lochte shares his thoughts on a few of his fellow Gators, including Jets quarterback Tim Tebow and fellow Olympian and current New England Patriots running back Jeff Demps. It’s a fun chat with the second most decorated US Olympian of all time.
Up next, Rich continues his divisional previews with Kevin Acee of the… Read
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
Nine-time Pro Bowl safety John Lynch joins “The Rich Eisen Podcast” to discuss his career and some of the latest news from around the NFL. Known for his bruising tackles, Lynch shares his thoughts on the concussion issues the league faces and what he thinks can be done to make the game safer. The former Buccaneer and Bronco also shares his thoughts on Peyton Manning coming to the Mile High City, and what it was like when Lynch found out he was losing his next-door neighbor, Tim Tebow, when the quarterback was shipped off to the Jets this offseason. Rich also has a little surprise in store for the current NFL on FOX analyst, when his… Read
Guests include nine-time Pro Bowl safety Brian Dawkins.
Former Philadelphia Eagles and Denver Broncos great Brian Dawkins joins Rich in-studio to reflect on his Hall of Fame-caliber career and explain why he decided to hang up his cleats after 16 spectacular seasons, even with Peyton Manning coming to Denver. Dawkins also shares his thoughts on Tim Tebow and whether or not he can succeed as a member of the Jets. The self-proclaimed “Idiot Man” also discusses his years in the City of Brotherly Love and why the Eagles never… Read
Peyton Manning joined Rich Eisen just minutes after announcing he would be the new quarterback of the Denver Broncos at a press conference Tuesday. After the 11-time Pro Bowler, Rich is joined by Commissioner Roger Goodell, who further explains the punishments handed down by the league to Gregg Williams and the Saints organization for bounty rule violations. Read
With the news of eleven time Pro Bowl QB Peyton Manning choosing the Denver Broncos as his next team, we decided to take the “best of” Rich’s five and a half hours of live television and turn it into a special “Peyton Palooza” bonus edition of the podcast. Read