Former NFL player Bobby Taylor joins J&R to talk about concussions in the NFL and the process that some players go through in suing the NFL. They also spent time talking about his house on Cribs.
Former Oiler Kenny Davidson stopped by to reminisce about his time with the Oilers and the infamous game where the NFL canceled the game because of the poor conditions of the Astroturf, haircuts, and why he was branded (literally).
As Josh and Rich discuss the culture of the barber shop Kareem Jackson stops by to let us know that we are at his favorite barber shop, which is part of his game week ritual.
Bill Romanowski joins J&R to talk about the allegations that Cris Carter made about Romanowski threatening him.
After being a part of the Patriots’ glory years of the late 1990s and turn of the century and playing in four Super Bowls with them, former pro linebacker Ted Johnson now shows early signs of Alzheimer’s disease.
Bernard Pollard joins J&R to talk about what he believes the impact of playing the game are as well as where he sees the sport going in the future.
Eric Winston joins J&R to talk about the impact of Junior Seau’s death, how the NFL can respond, and if he would let his son play football.
Mark Rypien is a Super Bowl MVP and champion, a former quarterback for the Washington Redskins and other teams who reached football’s pinnacle and now wonders at what cost.
NFL analyst Sean Salisbury, who played for 10 seasons in the NFL, joins Vandermeer & Lopez from Radio Row. We talk about concussions and his post-career depression.
Jerry Kramer a member of the NFL’s 50th Anniversary All-Time team calls in to talk with Greg Koch and Norm Miller about how football has changed.