Tag Archives: Jon Hein


Rich Eisen Podcast: Pat McAfee, Gregg Rosenthal and Jon Hein

Punter Pat McAfee joins The #REP (Chris Law/NFL) Punter Pat McAfee joins The #REP (Chris Law/NFL)

Subscribe to the Podcast via iTunes

Six-year veteran punter for the Indianapolis Colts and current NFL free agent Pat McAfee drops by The Rich Eisen Podcast for his first in-studio chat on the show.  The hilarious Pittsburgh native brings his A-game, arriving at NFL Network studios rocking an American flag inspired, denim button down (unbuttoned) with his #PuntersArePeopleToo T-shirt underneath. McAfee’s sense of fashion extends beyond the field and his wardrobe, as you’ll find out when he tells the hilarious story of the rental car he’s been driving around Los Angeles since arriving this past weekend.  It’s a fun chat that touches on a variety of pop culture and NFL topics.

Next, the #REP doors open up for fellow NFL Media podcaster Gregg Rosenthal of “Around The League.”   With the 2014 NFL free-agency period just a few days away, Rosenthal stops by to discuss where he thinks some of the more prominent names might land and what certain teams need to do in order to ensure their rosters in areas of need.  The guys also touch on the bizarre Jim Harbaugh situation in San Francisco and just what in the world will the New York Jets do this offseason at the quarterback position.

We wrap up our show with Jon Hein, co-host of “The Wrap-Up Show” on Howard 100 and of “The Howard Stern Show” fame.  The creator of JumpTheShark.com, Hein has been the #REP’s go-to television critic for the past few years, so who better to have on for a recap of all things Oscars and for his thoughts on some of TV’s most talked about current series.  Eisen and Hein, along with producers Chris Law and Chris Brockman, discuss some of the excellent…


Rich Eisen Podcast: Jon Hein and Week 4 preview

Jon Hein joins The #REP to discuss Breaking Bad, The Emmy's and more (AMC) Jon Hein joins The #REP to discuss Breaking Bad, The Emmy’s and more (AMC)[/caption]

Subscribe to the Podcast via iTunes

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 BernardRead


Rich Eisen Podcast: Brandon Marshall, Giovani Bernard and Aisha Tyler

Brandon Marshall, Giovani Bernard and Aisha Tyler join The #REP (NFL/AP) Brandon Marshall, Giovani Bernard and Aisha Tyler join The #REP (NFL/AP)
Subscribe to the Podcast via iTunes

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall dials in to “The Rich Eisen Podcast.” The Bears are off to a 3-0 start, their best since 2010 when they made it to the NFC Championship. Marshall discusses with Rich the key to the Bears early success and how coach Marc Trestman has put his stamp on the team. The outgoing Marshall also openly discusses his struggles with borderline personality disorder, and how he hopes to bridge the gap between the general public and their perception or misconceptions about people who suffer from mental health issues. It’s a fascinating listen from an inspiring young man who seems to have things headed in the proper direction, both on and off the field.

Next, Rich dials up Cincinnati Bengals rookie running back Giovani Bernard, who’s coming off a huge win against the Green Bay Packers in Week 3. The Bengals on Sunday became the first team in NFL history to give up a 14-point lead and then come back from a 16-point deficit to win. Rich discusses with Bernard how he his role in the offense has increased in Cincinnati’s back-to-back wins, where he’s found the end zone three times and is averaging over 5 yards per carry.

The podcast wraps up with actress, host, and now New York Times best-selling author, Aisha Tyler. Tyler, who also hosts her own podcast (Girl On Guy Podcast) swings by NFL network studios to discuss her beloved 49ers and the tough loss they had at the hands of Andrew Luck in the Colts.

Stay tuned for a late week edition of “The Rich Eisen Podcast” coming out Thursday, featuring Jon Hein of “The Howard Stern Show.” Hein is our resident #REPRead


Rich Eisen Podcast: Jeff Garcia and Jon Hein

(Associated Press) Jeff Garcia and Jon Hein of “The Howard Stern Show” join the latest edition of “The Rich Eisen Podcast”(Associated Press)

Subscribe to the Podcast via iTunes

Long time NFL quarterback turned tutor Jeff Garcia, joins “The Rich Eisen Podcast” to discuss working with embattled former No. 1 overall NFL draft pick JaMarcus Russell, who recently was invited to Chicago for a workout with the Bears. Garcia also worked this offseason with Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez in hopes of getting him ready for new Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhigweg and his west coast offense. Garcia played in Mornhigweg’s system in both Philadelphia and San Francisco, having his best year as quarterback under him in 2000.

Up next, Jon Hein, the host of “The Wrap Show” on Howard 100 on Sirius satellite radio, dials into chat about a myriad of pop culture topics, but none more pressing than “Game of Thrones” and this week’s infamous ‘Red Wedding’ episode. Hein also sheds some light the immensely popular “Howard Stern Show.”

The show wraps up with Rich and producers Chris Law and Chris Brockman cuing back up a brief discussion they had earlier in the week with Willie McGinest about Justin Beiber. The three-time Super Bowl champion lives in the same Calabasas neighborhood as the Biebs and Keyshawn Johnson, and has some inside knowledge on the neighborhood squabble… Read

%d bloggers like this: