Houston Chronicle NFL columnist John McClain joins Nate and Patrick to discuss what scouts look for at the NFL Combine. They break down the Quarterback prospects, talk about the importance of the Combine interview, and get into the strategy behind selective event participation for certain players.
Former Navy SEAL and president of Acumen Performance joins Nate Griffin and Patrick Creighton to tell his story. They also talk about how best to get in shape for the Sports Radio 610 Combine, and get into leadership strategy as it relates to the Richie Incognito issue.
Texans DE and accomplished ninja, Antonio Smith, joins Nate Griffin and Patrick Creighton to talk about his contract situation. They also get into what the Ninja thinks of the new coaching staff, and of course they discuss his feud with Richie Incognito.
Legendary Spur and 9 time NBA All-Star George Gervin joins Nate Griffin and Patrick Creighton to talk about this weekend’s All-Star festivities. They also get into how the Rockets are looking, and the Iceman gives us his NBA Mt. Rushmore.
Houston Chronicle NFL columnist John McClain joins Nate and Patrick to discuss his recent column on Johnny Manziel, and what kind of impression his time with Manziel gave him. They also get into the Texans draft prospects, and of course discuss the old days a little bit.
The 1st regular season game had more ups and downs than a Astroworld roller coaster. It was a tale of 2 half’s, for a team that doesn’t make the best of 2nd half adjustments the […]
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Just like his father, Pro Bowl linebacker Jessie Tuggle, Justin went undrafted out of college. Tuggle says he didn’t know until the last minute that he had made the team.
The AFC East has been simply known as Tom Brady’s playground. A new defensive scheme installed by Defensive Coordinator Mike Pettine will help defensive tackle Marcell Dareus and his teammates prove to everyone that they won’t be pushed around anymore.
As the 32 NFL teams had to look at their rosters and figure out who would make the final 53 some big names were on the losing side of those decisions.