Rich Eisen is joined by Peter King of “The MMQB” to discuss all of the latest from Week 14 and biggest NFL storylines heading into Week 15. Next, Emmy-Award winning actor Ty Burrell from Modern Family dials in to talk about his St. Louis Rams and… Read
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Its a mega edition of the Rich Eisen Podcast that starts off with the great Peter King of Sports Illustrated, who is starting a new endeavor within the SI family and launching his own website next Monday(www.TheMMQB.com). King explains his reasons behind the new website, which will dedicated solely to covering the National Football League, and also touches on some of the hot topic issues from around the NFL.
Up Next, the podcast crew is joined in studio by 49ers linebacker NaVorro Bowman and Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith. Their teams may have faced off just a few months ago at Super Bowl XLVII, but these guys have left any grudges in New Orleans, moving on to become good friends off the field as they get prepared for their respective training camps to get underway in the next few weeks.
The podcast then shifts gears and welcomes in studio Supermodel turned actress, Marisa Miller. The 2008 Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition cover girl landed her first acting role in the upcoming summer blockbuster “R.I.P.D.,” starring opposite Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds 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
With July coming to a close and training camps in full swing, the podcast crew chats about some of the latest news and storylines from around the league. Topics range from 49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh standing up to the media for first round draft pick, WR A.J. Jenkins, Rex Ryan proclaiming to be the league’s best defensive minded coach and much, much more. Since Rich was also on air Tuesday hosting NFL Network’s “Inside Training Camp” coverage for a better part of the day, we decided to pull two of the best interviews from the show, which include Sports Illustrated senior writer Peter King and Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne.
Up next is actor, producer, writer and director Mark Duplass, who most NFL fans know from the hit FX show based on Fantasy Football called “The League.” A pretty big NFL fan, Duplass has been able to work with some of the NFL’s biggest stars during their cameo appearance on his hit FX show.
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
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
Guests include Sports Illustrated senior writer Peter King and FOX Sports insider and NFL Network contributor Jay Glazer.
After another spectacular week in the National Football League, Rich decided to dial up two of the best information men in the business. First up from NFL headquarters in New York is King, who gives his take on the Chargers’ late-game debacle in Kansas City on “Monday Night Football”, and how Chiefs coach Todd Haley has his team rolling and in great position at the halfway point of the season after an 0-3 start. The conversation then shifts around the league as Rich and King touch on some of the hotter topics in the NFL from recent weeks, including the quick rise and fall of Tim Tebow in Denver.
And speaking of Tebow, Jay Glazer has an interesting take on John Fox’s Mile-High quarterback dilemma, and how his hand might have been somewhat forced into playing the former Heisman Trophy winner. After Tebow’s more-than-lackluster performance Sunday against the Lions, Rich asks Glazer who he can expect to be calling the plays in the huddle when the Jets take on the Broncos on NFL Network’s “Thursday Night Football” matchup in Week 10? Glazer’s answer might surprise some of you.
It’s an information-packed podcast with two of the very best in the business, so enjoy and thanks for downloading. Be sure to check back Thursday as Rich has a star-studded podcast scheduled as “The Sandman” himself, Adam Sandler, joins Rich in-studio to talk Jets, Tom Brady, and his new comedy “Jack and Jill” that hits theatres Nov. 11. Also making his triumphant return to recap the top NFL plays for the month of October is the legend of the booth, Jim Brockmire. So tune into NFL Network at 4:30 p.m. ET on Thursday. Read
Guests include Sports Illustrated senior writer Peter King who stops by to talk about the lockout (hopefully) coming to an end and the pending free agency frenzy that will ensue. Rich and Peter go around the league, literally and hit on all 32 NFL teams and the moves they may make. Next up is the longtime former coach of the Houston Oilers and Tennessee Titans Jeff Fisher, who is very candid about his former QB Vince Young and what went wrong in the Music City with the former 3rd overall pick of 2006 NFL Draft. The show is capped off with the supremely talented Bryan Cranston who has won 3 consecutive Emmy Awards for Outstanding Actor in a Drama for his portrayal of Walter White on AMC’s hit series Breaking Bad. Rich and Bryan discuss the depths of his character and much more including his role as Tim Whatley DDS on Seinfeld. Enjoy and listen be sure to listen to the end this week’s podcast for a special contest and fan giveaway that will be taking place on the @TheEisenPodcast twitter page over the next few days. Read
Guests include NFL free-agent WR Plaxico Burress who discusses with Rich how he spent his time during his 622 days of incarceration at Oneida Correctional Facility as well as what teams Plax may have his eyes on when the lockout comes to an end. Next up Rich welcomes back to the podcast Jim Mora who recently returned from a USO trip overseas with his son and NFL head coaches Ken Whisenhunt and Gary Kubiak. The real reason for having the former coach of the Colts and Saints on though is for the podcasts mid-season Oscar movie review where Rich unveils a special rating system that coach Mora reluctantly implements. We wrap the show up with the host of SportsNation on ESPN, the very lovely and talented Michelle Beadle stops by NFL studios fresh (and we mean fresh) off the ESPY’s to talk football and take a trip down ESPN memory lane with Rich as stories of the past are told. Enjoy and be sure to check out the Rich Eisen Podcast on NFL Network Thursdays at 8PM ET. Read
Guests include Sports Illustrated’s Peter King, 2011 NFL Draft prospect Jake Locker, plus Hall of Fame inductee Marshall Faulk with Kara Henderson. Read