Garo Yepremian and Mike Bass come In The Loop and talk about one of their most notorious plays in their history as pro football players on opposing teams. Latest Sports Stories:
Pro football hall of famer Anthony Munoz joins In The Loop to talk about his organization America’s Heroes. He talks about some of his favorite players in the league, past and present. Latest Sports Stories:
American sports journalist and executive of campusinsiders.com, Bonnie Bernstein joins In The Loop. She talks about the Shermann incident, talks about the difficulties experienced as a journalist, her website, and what needs to happen […]
Damon Amendolara of the DA Show(The Mothership) from CBS Sports Overnights tells us whats wrong with the NFL testing players for illicit substances. The guys on In The Loop talks about PED’s in relation to […]
Fox News legal analyst Tamara Holder joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw on Radio Row. She talked about being a huge John Elway and Broncos fan. Holder also talked about how women struggle to be taken seriously in sports and sports media. She also addressed the Aaron Hernandez murder case and what she thinks could happen with that. She discussed how the jury has such a huge impact on how trials play out.
Isaiah Kacyvenski joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw on Radio Row. He gave his take on the AFC versus the NFC lately and states it’s no competition. Kacyvenski talked about the trouble with the best players not getting to play in the NFL. He talked about his time playing with the Seahawks and getting to raise the 12th Man flag for them.
Bill Romanowski joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw on Radio Row. He talked about how it has changed to play in the NFL over the years. He says though the rule changes might mean more penalties that might not be a bad thing.
Former NFL player Mitch Berger joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw on Radio Row. Berger supports Chris Kluwe for standing up for what he believes in but thinks he didn’t lose his job because of that. He talked about the fact that Shane Lechler should make it into the Hall of Fame. Berger talked a bit about his recollections from the Super Bowl he went to in his time as a player and why he’s remembered for Snickers.
We took the Metro North Railroad train from Grand Central, after a longer than expected walk from our hotel. We had about a 35 minute or so train ride, and Seth was out the entire time.
Three time Super Bowl Champion Bart Oates joins Sean and Rich on Radio Row.