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Latest Houston Radio Row
Hall of Famer and former cornerback for the Patriots, Mike Haynes, joins In The Loop. He talks about the mentality of Richard Shermann, he thinks part of being a great player is believing you are […]
Michelle Beisner comes on In The Loop, she talks about being a cheerleader and how she came to love sports. She gives Nick a hard time over the incident with John’s wife, and she also […]
Jim Gray, Westwood One, joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw on Radio Row. He thinks Erin Andrews did a great job in the situation with Richard Sherman in his post game interview. Gray said he doesn’t think the producer did anything wrong to pull the coverage away from that interview when things seemed heated.
Troy Aikman joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw on Radio Row. He talked about whether or not he would want to take on a coaching job if one were present to him. Aikman said he thinks that the way Peyton Manning performs in cold weather has been over hyped by the media.
Jim Miller, Sirius XM, joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw on Radio Row. He talked about how Pete Carroll and the Seahawks are not fazed by their lack of experience in Super Bowls. Miller talked about how formidable Peyton Manning has been in the red zone and factors that the Seahawks will really have to keep in check on Sunday. Miller also discussed his experiences with Bill Belichick over the years.
Warren Sapp joins Sean, Rich and Travis Johnson and talks about his moment going in to the Hall of Fame and who should be going in to the Hall of Fame.
Former WR Michael Clayton joined Sean, Rich and Travis Johnson and talks about his great rookie season and talks winning the Superbowl.
I’m not going to lie; when I first learned that Super Bowl 48 would be played at Met Life Stadium and co-hosted by the city of New York and the state of New Jersey, I thought it was a bad idea for one reason: the possibility of bad winter weather impacting not only the game and everyone’s ability to get to the stadium, but the potential it had to wreak havoc on a week’s worth of special events. However, as the Texans rolled to 2 straight AFC South championships and I entered my 7th season traveling with the team as it’s sideline reporter on the radio broadcasts, I started warming up to the possibility that I might be on the field working the first-ever Super Bowl in my hometown. I even allowed myself to fantasize about the possibility that the Texans could face the team I grew up rooting for, the New York Giants, winners of 2 of the last 6 Super Bowls. Well, you know what they say about the best-laid plans. The Texans’ season was a 2-14 train wreck and the Giants won just 7 games.
17 Year NFL Fullback Tony Richardson joins Sean and Rich