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Rich Eisen Podcast: Matt Damon and Brian Billick

Matt Damon joins the latest edition of "The Rich Eisen Podcast" Matt Damon joins the latest edition of “The Rich Eisen Podcast”

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Before getting to this latest episode, I’d like to take a moment to address all the kind words and congratulations sent in the direction of the podcast for passing the 10 million download mark. Speaking for producers Chris Law and Chris Brockman and everyone associated with the show from its near three-year history, I thank you all from the bottom of my heart. It truly has been a labor of love. Or, as our previous guest Larry David would say, it’s been a prettay, prettay, prettay good run.

And, on that note, I couldn’t think of a better guest to have on to begin the next 10 million downloads than Matt Damon. Other than being an Academy Award winning, Emmy nominated A-list actor, he’s also a fantastic regular guy. And you’ll hear that in the conversation on this show as he bemoans the loss of Wes Welker to the Denver Broncos and re-iterates his trust in Bill Belichick and Tom Brady just like every New England Patriots fan you’ve come across. Damon loves his Pats for sure, and he knows his stuff, too. His reaction to the addition of Tim Tebow and the New York Jets’ famous “Buttfumble” are not to be missed. Also not to be missed: his new movie “Elysium” in a theater near you. Go see it.

The show wraps up with a fun conversation with Brian Billick, the Super Bowl-winning coach of the 2000 Baltimore Ravens and NFL Network analyst. We go soup to nuts with Coach as Read


Rich Eisen Podcast: Best of 2011 Season

With the 2011 season and Super Bowl XLVI in our rear-view mirror and the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine on the horizon, we thought we’d take a look back at some of our favorite moments and guests from the past year of the podcast. Enjoy this ‘best of’ edition and we’ll be back next week with all new show.


Rich Eisen Podcast: Matt Damon, Al Michaels, Rob Lowe and Mike Florio

Guests include Academy Award winning actor and die-hard Patriots fan Matt Damon, who joins Rich from NFL headquarters in New York. A New England native, Damon chats with Rich about the Patriots chances at a title this season, where he was when he first met Tom Brady, and much much more… Including his new movie “We Bought A Zoo”, directed by the super talented Cameron Crowe that hits theatres Friday, December 23rd.

Up next is the voice of “Sunday Night Football” on NBC, Al Michaels, who is fresh off fantastic finish in Dallas that saw Tony Romo and the Cowboys let another fourth quarter lead slip away. As always it’s an informative chat when Al is in-studio and we look forward to him and Cris Collinsworth on the call for Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis.

Our second big time actor of the show phones in fresh off of hosting the Country Music Television awards, when big time Colts fan, Rob Lowe dials up the program. Like millions of Americans, Lowe was suffering from the Fantasy Football blues, after a devastating loss in week 14, at the hands of his very own son no less. But it certainly isn’t bad being Rob Lowe these days, as the bestselling author of “Stories I Only Tell My Friends” recently announced he’ll be penning a follow up book titled “Love Life” and also has a new film currently in theatres called “I Melt With You” co-starring Jeremy Piven. Like we said, it certainly isn’t bad being Rob Lowe.

This week’s show rounds out with the founder of Pro Football Talk, Mike Florio, who shares his take on the James Harrison hit that nearly knocked out Colt McCoy, and the leagues handling with a one-game suspension. Florio also shares his thoughts on some of the recent coaching vacancies and where he thinks some of the more high profiled “retired” coaches may land in the offseason.

It’s a fun, star studded podcast to get you ready for not one, but two games on NFL Network this week. Thanks for downloading Read


Wild Card Podcast: Charles Barkley, Urban Meyer & Steven Soderbergh

Guests include Charles Barkley, Urban Meyer, Jason La Canfora, & Steven Soderbergh Read

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