Rich Eisen is joined by Dennis Miller, Joe Manganiello and James Marsden on this late week edition of “The Rich Eisen Podcast.”…
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Rich Eisen is joined by the mastermind behind AMC’s Emmy-Award winning Breaking Bad television series, creator Vince Gilligan. Eisen along with podcast producers Chris Law and Chris Brockman have an in-depth 90-minute plus conversation with Gilligan about the series from start to finish. This is a must listen for any Breaking Bad fan. Spoiler Alert!!! If you haven’t seen the series, you may want to keep this podcast in your download queue… Read
Dick Costolo joins the latest edition of The #REP (Chris Law/NFL)
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Twitter CEO Dick Costolo…
It’s a special late-week edition of The Rich Eisen Podcast featuring the CEO of Twitter, Dick Costolo. Eisen and his fellow University of Michigan alumnus discuss all things Twitter and the incredible impact that it has had not only in sports, but in our daily lives over the past few years. The hour long conversation hits on a myriad of topics, but none more important than Eisen’s request for Twitter to implement a sarcastic font, a.k.a. the “Eisen Font,” and for producers Chris Law and Chris Brockman to get blue check marks. Costolo’s responses to both are priceless and spawned this week’s #REP Poll Question, so be sure to vote.
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Scott Van Pelt joins the latest #REP to discuss a variety of NFL topics (AP/NFL)
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This week, Rich Eisen along with producers Chris Law and Chris Brockman, are joined by ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt. Van Pelt, who is the host of the immensely popular SVP & Russillo radio show and a former SportsCenter co-anchor of Rich’s, makes his long- awaited #REP debut. The conversation touches on the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin saga that has had multiple twists and turns and seems to be an ever-evolving story in South Beach. The guys also go through the 2013 playoff contenders… Read
Jason Witten, Dr Oz and Jerry Rice all join The #REP (NFL/AP)
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This week's guests include Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, who clarifies his sideline argument with teammate Dez Bryant and previews what the atmosphere will be like in New Orleans when the Cowboys face the Saints and their former defensive coordinator Rob Ryan. Rich then phones up Philadelphia Eagles fan and professor of surgery at Columbia University, Dr. Mehmet Oz. Dr. Oz played football at the collegiate level while attending Harvard University and conveys his passion for the game with Rich. He also shares some insight as to what Denver Broncos head coach John Fox is facing with having his aortic heart valve replaced. The show rounds out with “The G.O.A.T.” as Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice swings by NFL Network studios to discuss the Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito saga in South Beach, how he would dominate the game with today’s passing rules and why he and Deion Sanders are going at it one mor… Read
Guests include former Pro Bowlers LaDainian Tomlinson and Willie McGinest to recap Week 6 and preview Week 7 in the National Football League. Rich then welcomes in studio high-powered Los Angeles attorney, Laura Wasser, to discuss her new book “It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way.”
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Ed Reed dials in for a chat with Rich, as his 2-0 Houston Texans head to Baltimore to face off against Reed’s former team, the 1-1 Ravens. Reed and Rich discuss the likelihood of the nine-time Pro Bowl safety suiting up for his Baltimore homecoming, and what it will be like for Ray Lewis to be inducted into the Baltimore Ravens’ Ring of Honor on Sunday. It’s a fun discussion with Reed, the #REP’s official Oscar correspondent, that ends with him making a bold prediction on where he plans to be prior to the 2014 Academy Awards (hint: The Super Bowl is in New York this year.)
Next up, Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel joins the show fresh off his game-winning touchdown drive with two seconds to go Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. The Bills’ rookie signal-caller picked up his first career victory and was nominated for the Pepsi Rookie of the Week, his second honor in as many weeks. Rich and Manuel discuss the Bills’ chances moving forward in the AFC East, and what advice he got from Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly when the two talked this year. Go to NFL.com/Rookies today to vote for EJ Manuel as the Pepsi Rookie of the Week.
First up, on this Pro Football Hall of Fame special edition of “The Rich Eisen Podcast” is former NFL wide receiver and current NBC “Sunday Night Football” analyst Cris Collinsworth. Collinsworth is in Canton, Ohio for the 50th anniversary of the Pro Football Hall of Fame to honor his partner in booth, Al Michaels, who is receiving the Pete Rozelle Award this weekend. Collinsworth also shares his take on some of the latest news from around the NFL, including the Riley Cooper saga in Philadelphia and whether the young quarterbacks that found success in 2012 will fare as well in 2013
Up next, Rich welcomes Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, who recently battled jaw cancer and is in recovery. The five-time Pro Bowl selection reminisced with Rich about the accomplishments of those early 90s Bills teams and why wide receiver Andre Reed deserves a bust of his own in Canton. Kelly also hits on how 2013 Bills will look with a new head coach and whether Kevin Kolb or EJ Manuel will be leading the franchise in Week 1.
The show rounds out with class of 2000 enshrinee Howie Long. The eight-time Pro Bowl selection sits down with Rich to discuss a variety of topics, most notably the fact that he now is the father of two NFL players. Chris Long and his St. Louis Rams head to Chicago on Thanksgiving weekend (Week 12) to take on his brother Kyle Long and the Bears in what could… Read
First up, on this Hall of Fame special edition of “The Rich Eisen Podcast” is former NFL wide receiver and current NBC Sunday Night Football analyst, Cris Collinsworth. Collinsworth is in Canton, Ohio for the 50th anniversary of the Pro Football Hall of Fame to honor is partner in booth, Al Michaels, who is receiving the Pete Rozelle Award this weekend in Canton. Collinsworth also shares his take on some of the latest news from around the NFL, including the Riley Cooper saga in Philadelphia and if the young quarterbacks that found success in 2012 will fare as well in 2013
Up next, Rich welcomes Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, who recently battled a jaw cancer diagnosis and is in recovery. The five-time Pro Bowl quarterback reminisced with Rich about the accomplishments of those early 90s Bills teams and why wide receiver Andre Reed deserves a bust of his own in Canton. Kelly also hits on how 2013 Bills will look with a new head coach and whether Kevin Kolb or EJ Manuel will be leading the franchise in Week 1.
The show rounds out with class of 2000 enshrinee, Howie Long. The eight-time Pro Bowler sits down with Rich to discuss a variety of topics, most notably the fact that he is now the father of two National Football League players. Chris Long and his St. Louis Rams head to Chicago Thanksgiving weekend (Week 12) to take on his brother Kyle Long and the Bears in what could be battle in the trenches between Read
Joe Flacco has become the highest paid quarterback in the NFL (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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Actor Josh Charles dials in to chat about his Ravens and quarterback Joe Flacco’s monster contract he recently signed that made him the NFL’s highest paid player.
Up next, Alec Sulkin is back to talk some Patriots and the impact of Tom Brady restructuring his contract to help New England win now. The Sulk is fresh off of co-writing the 85th Annual Academy Awards and shares some great behind the scenes stories of how the process… Read