NFL Hall of Fame QB Warren moon joins Sean and Rich.
Evan Silva of Rotoworld joins Sean and Rich. Evan believes Matt Schaub could be released soon, and picked up by the Raiders.
I’m not going to lie; when I first learned that Super Bowl 48 would be played at Met Life Stadium and co-hosted by the city of New York and the state of New Jersey, I thought it was a bad idea for one reason: the possibility of bad winter weather impacting not only the game and everyone’s ability to get to the stadium, but the potential it had to wreak havoc on a week’s worth of special events. However, as the Texans rolled to 2 straight AFC South championships and I entered my 7th season traveling with the team as it’s sideline reporter on the radio broadcasts, I started warming up to the possibility that I might be on the field working the first-ever Super Bowl in my hometown. I even allowed myself to fantasize about the possibility that the Texans could face the team I grew up rooting for, the New York Giants, winners of 2 of the last 6 Super Bowls. Well, you know what they say about the best-laid plans. The Texans’ season was a 2-14 train wreck and the Giants won just 7 games.
Three time Super Bowl Champion Bart Oates joins Sean and Rich on Radio Row.
Former WR for the Washington Redskins Charlie Brown joins Sean and Rich on Radio Row.
Former Super Bowl QB Charlie Batch joins Sean and Rich on Radio Row.
Former MLB All Star Darryl Strawberry joins Sean and Rich on Radio Row. Darryl talks about how he found God. We also talk to him about The 1986 NL Championship series with the Astros.
FOX Sports 1 broadcaster Chris Myers joins Sean and Rich on Radio Row. Chris was at ESPN during the networks early days. Now Chris is with Fox Sports 1, and now he discusses the differences.
Former NFL player Nate Jackson joins Sean and Rich on Radio Row. Nate talks about head injuries and medical marijuana use.
New York Times best seller John U Bacon joins Sean and Rich. He gives an inside look at Penn State and the mess it is in.