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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.
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Rich Eisen Podcast: PT 1 – Mario Manningham and Troy Aikman
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Rich Eisen Podcast: PT 1 – Mario Manningham and Troy Aikman

Guests for PART 1 include Super Bowl XLVI champion, New York Giant wide receiver Mario Manningham, who hauled in a crucial catch on the Giants game winning drive late in the 4th quarter. Next up is another Super Bowl Champion as Troy Aikman, who hoisted the Lombardi trophy three times during his run as the signal caller of the Cowboys. Aikman shares his thoughts on the big game and what it meant for the legacies of both Eli Manning and Tom Brady. Rich and podcast producers Chris Law and Chris Brockman, along with soundman extraordinaire Mike Del Tufo share stories along the way of their experiences during the greatest week in all of sports. Be sure to download PART 2 of this mega-Super Bowl edition of “The Rich Eisen Podcast” featuring Peter King and legend of the booth Jim Brockmire, who is back to count down the top 10 plays of the 2011 playoffs. Read

Rich Eisen Podcast: Part 2 – Peter King and Jim Brockmire
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Rich Eisen Podcast: Part 2 – Peter King and Jim Brockmire

Guests for PART 2 include Sports Illustrated Senior Writer and analyst for NBC Sports Peter King, who shares his thoughts on Super Bowl XLVI as well as what he feels the future holds for Peyton Manning… the answer may surprise you. Up next and back by popular demand is Legend of the booth Jim Brockmire, who counts down the top ten plays of the 2011 playoffs and more… As always, thanks for downloading and we hope you enjoyed this mega, two-part post Super Bowl XLVI edition of “The Rich Eisen Podcast. Read

Rich Eisen Podcast: Michael Strahan, Ray Rice, Carson Daly and Warren Sapp
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Rich Eisen Podcast: Michael Strahan, Ray Rice, Carson Daly and Warren Sapp

Guests include Michael Strahan and Warren Sapp who discuss the crazy finishes in the AFC and NFC Conference Championship games this past Sunday, along with their thoughts on Super Bowl XLVI and the rematch between the Patriots and Strahan’s Giants.

Ray Rice then joins Rich after a devastating Ravens loss on Sunday in the final seconds of regulation in New England. Rice shares his thougths on Billy Cundiff’s botched 32-yard field goal and where the Ravens orginazation goes from here.

Capping off the podcast is the host of the smash hit television show on NBC, Carson Daly, whose show “The Voice” has its season two premiere immediately following Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis. Daly is big sports fan and shares some great stories about his scratch golfing days and how Tiger Woods was a frequent playing parter, his love/hate relationship with the Oakland Raiders and much more…

Its a great listen, so enjoy, and don’t forget to check back Thursday for an all new podcast featuring actor Alec Baldwin and NFL Network draft guru Mike Mayock. Read

Rich Eisen Podcast: Hue Jackson, Mark Wahlberg, Champ Bailey, Michael Lombardi and Jim Mora
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Rich Eisen Podcast: Hue Jackson, Mark Wahlberg, Champ Bailey, Michael Lombardi and Jim Mora

Guests include the former head coach of the Raiders, Hue Jackson, who joins Rich just one day after being fired in Oakland. Following Coach Jackson, the star of the action-thriller film “Contraband”, Mark Wahlberg phones up the podcast to discuss his beloved Patriots and their chances against the Tim Tebow led Denver Broncos… And speaking of the Denver Broncos, 11-time Pro-Bowl cornerback Champ Bailey joins the program and weighs in from Broncos Cam on how the divisional round matchup with New England will end differently then when the two teams met just a few short weeks ago.

Things don’t end there though, when podcast regular and one of the best information men in the business, Michael Lombardi joins Rich to talk about the latest rumors surrounding the Dolphins courting of Jeff Fisher and recap the wild-card round of the playoffs. Last, but certainly not least is the Saints all-time winning coach, Jim Mora, who discusses the Saints chances at a title this year. And as the official movie reviewer of the Rich Eisen Podcast, Rich couldn’t let coach go without getting his predictions for the weekends Golden Globe awards…

It’s a fun, informative listen, thanks for downloading and enjoy. Read

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Rich Eisen Podcast: Mike Mayock and Gabrielle Reece

Guests include NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock who discusses the latest news from around the league, including if it is time to hit the panic button in the ‘city of brotherly love’ after three games. Next up is fitness guru/volleyball champion/model Gabrielle Reece. Reece attended Florida State University the same time as NFL Networks very own Deion Sanders. So needless to say she has some great stories of ‘Prime’ and their days in Tallahassee as Gabby brings it on this edition of the podcast. Hopefully we can have her back on before she heads to the islands for the winter to catch the big waves with her husband, surf legend Laird Hamilton. In case you missed it be sure to go back and check out this weeks earlier podcast featuring Vikings All-Pro running back Adrian Peterson, Country Music star and Tennessee Titan fan Tim McGraw, and Suzanne Johnson, wife of Jets owner Woody Johnson. Enjoy Read

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Rich Eisen Podcast: Adrian Peterson, Tim McGraw and Suzanne Johnson

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

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Rich Eisen Podcast: Adrian Peterson, Tim McGraw and Suzanne Johnson

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.
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Rich Eisen Podcast: Part 1 Charles Barkley and Michael Silver with Kara Henderson

Guests for Part 1 include NBA on TNT basketball analyst Charles Barkley, who discusses the success that fellow former Auburn Tiger Cam Newton is having two weeks into his rookie campaign as quarterback of the Carolina PanGuests for Part 1 include NBA on TNT basketball analyst Charles Barkley, who discusses the success that fellow former Auburn Tiger Cam Newton is having two weeks into his rookie campaign as quarterback of the Carolina Panthers. Barkley also lays down the gauntlet as he extends a physical challenge to one of Rich’s co-analysts on NFL GameDay Morning. Its hilarious stuff, and when the challenge goes down we’ll be sure to have the cameras rolling. Next up, Yahoo! Sports NFL writer Michael Silver phones in and is joined by podcast regular Kara Henderson. The early season struggles of the Kansas City Chiefs and Todd Haley’s job security all come up as former Bronco’s head coach and current Rams offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels’ name has recently been discussed as a possible successor in KC… and we are only in week 2. The show doesn’t end there, so be sure to download Part 2, which features the MVP of Super Bowl XLV, as Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers calls in and the podcast rounds out with Emmy nominated actor and huge Baltimore Ravens fan Josh Charles, who also just so happens to be the voice of the NFL Films produced series A Football Life that airs on NFL Network. As always enjoy, and thanks for listening. Read

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Rich Eisen Podcast: Part 2 Aaron Rodgers and Josh Charles

Guests for part 2 include the MVP of Super Bowl XLV, as Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers phones in to talk with Rich about the big Week 3 matchup against his NFC North divisional rival, the Chicago Bears. Rodgers also gives his thoughts on Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo’s gritty Week 2 performance in San Fran as he played with cracked ribs and a punctured lung. Up after Rodgers is the Emmy-nominated actor from the CBS drama The Good Wife as Josh Charles comes in-studio to sit down with Rich and chat about his beloved Baltimore Ravens and his disdain for the organization that packed up a Mayflower truck in the middle of the night and skipped town. If Charles’ voice sounds familiar to NFL fans, there’s good reason, he is also the voice of the spectacularly produced series by NFL Films called A Football Life. Part 2 of A Football Life: Bill Belichick airs this Thursday at 10p.m .ET on NFL Network, and the series continues throughout the season highlighting some of the legends of the game. And finally, the podcast ends with the crew doing some house cleaning and Rich getting called out by the fellas for what we’ll call ‘a breach of etiquette’. Be sure to listen all the way through because this is where the show needs your input. Check out NFL.com/richeisen to answer our poll questions for this week and help us settle some of the issues discussed on today’s show. Also, be sure to watch the TV version of the podcast that airs Thursday at 4:30p.m. ET on NFL Network. As always, enjoy and thanks for listening. Read

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