Subscribe to the Podcast via iTunes Fellow NFL podcaster Dave Dameshek hangs out with Rich and company to discuss an impressive display of sportsmanship in the NHL playoffs, irritating kids TV shows, the twitter habits of NFL fanbases and much … Read
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Fifteen-year NFL veteran Charles Woodson stops by for a chat with Rich to discuss his desire to continue playing after being released by the Green Bay Packers in February and much, much more…
Rich then dials up friend of the podcast Mike Silver to discuss his recent article about Tim Tebow being blackballed by NFL teams. Rich and Silver also clear the air on the Twitter “tipping-of-picks”… Read
Rich welcomes back friend of the podcast Charles Davis, who along with producers Law and Brockman, recount some of the more intriguing moments of the 2013 NFL Draft from Radio City Music Hall in New York, including a few good behind-the-scenes stories from on set and during the week.
Up next, Rolling Stone writer and contributing editor Matt Taibbi phones up the podcast for chat about the draft. Taibbi is a well respected writer and author, who focuses mainly on… Read
The podcast celebrates its 200th episode with a handful of the shows all time favorite guests, including NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock, Broncos Pro Bowl linebacker Von Miller and television and radio host Dan Patrick.
The podcast crew wraps up the 200th episode with fan favorites Kara Henderson and “The Worm”, Jason Wormser. The duo make their triumphant return back to the show to recall some of the more fun and entertaining moments over the past two-and-half plus years of “The Rich Eisen Podcast.”
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Freshly back from his vacation, Rich dials up St. Louis Rams general manager Les Snead to discuss the 2013 NFL Draft. Snead made headlines last year for the big trade he made with the Washington Redskins that netted the Rams three first-round draft picks. Snead explains how the trade laid the foundation for the rebuilding process he and coach Jeff Fisher have undertaken in St. Louis.
Rich then speaks with fellow Wolverine Denard Robinson to discuss Michigan’s tough loss to Louisville in the NCAA men’s basketball championship game. They also talk about Robinson’s transition from collegiate… Read
Rich’s view while in Hawaii while talking to Law and Brockman on the phone (Rich Eisen/NFL)
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With Rich Eisen enjoying a well deserved vacation podcast producers Chris Law and Chris Brockman take over the reins of the #REP for the week. Law and Brockman promptly dial up Rich, who is soaking up the rays on the beautiful islands of Hawaii with his family.
Up next, Law and Brockman welcome NFL Network coordinating producer Charlie Yook in for “pull back the curtain” look at what goes into producing the NFL Draft for television. Charlie is in his seventh year of producing the draft and gives great insight as to how the event has… Read
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree joins “The Rich Eisen Podcast” (@BenLiebenberg/NFL)
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San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree joins Rich Eisen and the podcast gang in studio to chat on a variety of topics, including the heartbreaking loss he endured in Super Bowl XLVII to the Baltimore Ravens. From sharing his thoughts on the coach’s play-calling on the final drive to breaking some news about a temporarily loss of vision after a hit to the head late in the game, Crabtree doesn’t hold back and gives a great interview.
Rich then welcomes back in studio our pal Charles Davis, who shares his insights and wealth of… Read
Rich dials up NFL Films senior producer Greg Cosell to discuss the 2013 draft class and find out some names that have jumped out on the tape to Cosell during his film study process over the past few months. Cosell shares some great stories of how he first got his start at NFL Films back in 1984 after interviewing with Ed Sabol and also discusses his legendary uncle, the great Howard Cosell….
Super Bowl XLVII is in the rear view mirror, but there is no offseason in the National Football League. The 2013 NFL Scouting Combine begins later this week at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis where more than 300 of the best college football players will converge in an effort see their draft stock rise while trying to impress coaches, scouts and general managers from all 32 teams. So who better for Rich to first chat with than friend of the podcast, Atlanta Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff. Dimitroff pulls back the curtain on what the week is like from a front office perspective and what the Falcons as an organization are trying to achieve throughout the week in Indianapolis to set them up for success at April’s NFL Draft.
Up next, the podcast crew welcomes back the REP’s official movie reviewer, former NFL coach Jim Mora, Sr. Coach Mora dials in for his annual Academy Awards preview and breaks down who he thinks will be taking home OSCAR on Hollywood’s biggest night. It’s a fun chat with our resident film buff that should get you geared up for next week when “The Rich Eisen Podcast” gets Gronk’d. That’s right, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will be our official Academy Awards correspondent, getting interviews with all the stars from the OSCARS Red Carpet at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. You can watch Gronk take over the red carpet on the television edition of “The Rich Eisen Podcast” that airs Thursday of combine week at 8:30 p.m. ET on NFL Network.
First up is the three-time Super Bowl champion quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, Troy Aikman, who shares his take on how the Baltimore Ravens edged the San Francisco 49ers to become Super Bowl XLVII champions. Aikman also discuss what he thinks the future holds for both Colin Kaepernick and Joe Flacco.
If a three time Super Bowl champion wasn’t enough for you, Rich then dials up four-time Champion and three time Super Bowl MVP, Joe Montana, who shares the Bay area perspective on how the 49ers franchise will handle its first Super Bowl defeat in six appearances.
Up next is Academy Award winning director, Steven Soderbergh, who is the REP’s resident media critic. Soderbergh phones in to give his critique of the NFL Network and CBS coverage of Super Bowl XLVII, as well as which commercials were hits and which were misses. The Oscar winning director confirmed to Rich Eisen that his upcoming film “Side Effects” will be the final theatrically released movie (Behind The Candelabra – HBO) of his impressive directing career. The psychological thriller starring Rooney Mara, Channing Tatum and Jude Law hits theatres Friday, February 8th.
The podcast rounds out with Rich and podcast producers Chris Law and Chris Brockman recapping the full week that was Super Bowl XLVII, from the various events that the great host city of New Orleans put… Read