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.
David Treadwell, 850 KOA Denver, joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw to talk about Sunday’s Super Bowl. He talked about his own experience going to a Super Bowl as a kicker. Treadwell gave a bit of history on the Broncos organization and how they’ve made their way to the Super Bowl this time around. He talked about John Elway being a big mastermind behind a lot of Denver’s success.
Chris Nowinski joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw on Radio Row to talk about concussions and CTE research. He talked about changes the NFL has been making to help with it and things they still need to work on. Nowinski also talked about the serious problems athletes are having due to concussions and that it shows changes still need to be made.
Former NFL player Chad Brown joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw on Radio Row to discuss this Sunday’s Super Bowl. He also reminisced about his times playing in the league with Ted. Brown talked about how Russell Wilson has played versus Peyton Manning this season.
Doug Gottlieb joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw on Radio Row to talk about what is great about Radio Row. He says that the whole situation with Richard Sherman was very contrived and meant to get Sherman out there more. Gottlieb also talked about the Rockets a bit with what chance they have this season. He thinks the Rockets are one step away from getting where they want to be in the league.
Mike Klis, Denver Post, joined Ted Johnson and Patrick Creighton talked about the Denver Broncos and how they will do in the Super Bowl. He discussed the myth versus the reality of how Peyton Manning performs in cold weather. Klis discussed what this game means to Peyton Manning’s legacy. He discussed what it’s going to take for the Broncos to stop the Seahawks and get this win.
Curtis Crabtree, Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle, joined Ted Johnson and Patrick Creighton to discuss the Seahawks who he covers. He gave insight into what the reaction was like in Seattle to Richard Sherman’s actions. Crabtree discussed Pete Carroll’s coaching strategies and how he handles his players. He also looked at how the cold weather might impact the Seahawks players in the Super Bowl. He looked at how Russell Wilson has been playing this season and what to expect of him in this big game.
Sam Amick from USA Today joined us to talk about the Rockets and where they stand as compared to the rest of the NBA, what trades may or may not be out there for them, and a few notes from around the league.
Rob Rang, CBS Sports and nfldraftscouts.com, joined Ted Johnson and Patrick Creighton to look ahead at the NFL draft. He talked about why a lot of draft analysts are changing their mind about what choice the Texans should make with their first round pick. A lot of analysts are leaning towards Clowney over one of the amateur QBs that will be available. Rang also talked about other promising prospects coming out into this draft class.