Andrew Brandt joined MaD Radio to talk about the NFL salary cap, what Matt Schaub’s contract means for the Texans going forward, and what JJ Watts contract may be like.
Super agent Leigh Steinberg joins Sean and Rich in studio. He talks about Jerry McGuire and his life as an agent.
New Texan Zach Potter joined Ted Johnson and Will Grubb to discuss signing with the team. He gave his initial impressions on Coach O’Brien. Potter talked about changing positions and how he believes that improved his game.
Ted’s former coach Al Groh joined Ted Johnson and Will Grubb to weigh in on Romeo Crennel. He also discussed the changes ahead for the Texans with the way Bill O’Brien will run things. Groh talked about the Combine and how much player interviews factor into a coach’s decision in the drafting process.
Bart Scott joined MaD Radio to discuss the #1 overall pick, Jadeveon Clowney, and the use of the “N word” on the field.
Chris Wessling joined MaD Radio to discuss how Belichickian O’Brien is, how dysfunctional Cleveland is, and the Jim Harbaugh dilemma.
The Houston Texans talked with a familiar face at the NFL Combine. Little brother of former Texans number one pick David Carr, Derek talked with Mark Vandermeer on Texans Radio Tuesday.
Should Andy Dalton get a big time contract?
Terry Bradshaw joined MaD Radio to talk about his singing career, his life story, a great one liner about Manning, and of course Mike brings up True Detective.
Sports Agent Jack Mills joins Ted Johnson and Will Grubb on air to discuss his experience with preparing his athletes for the NFL combine over the weekend. Mills represented Ted in the 1995 NFL draft and a long list of players over the past 30 years. In the interview, Mills explains how the process leading up to the combine has evolved in regards to interviews, facilities, attitude, and physical performance training.