Martellus Bennet joined MaD Radio during the Meltsdown to talk about how Marshawn Lynch handled the media this week, how he is promoting himself, and he decided that he wanted to stick around a little longer to talk about Houston and has a pretty shocking admission about Texas.
Super Bowl Champion Amani Toomer joined MaD Radio to discuss how he approached the big game, his take on Eli Manning, and if he thinks O’Brien will be able to be the first Belichick disciple to succeed.
MaD Radio is joined by two Hall of Famers to talk about the Richard Sherman comments, how Ronnie Lott thinks defense should be played today, what Eric Dickerson thinks about dirty shots on offensive players, and their favorite new snack.
Quinton Coples joined MaD Radio to discuss his adjustment to being a pass rusher in the NFL and Warren Sapp’s continued onslaught of other pass rushers.
Jim Kelly joined MaD Radio to discuss the legacy of Peyton Manning, how Pete Carroll is like Marv Levy, and if Matt Schaub is completely done or if he can bounce back.
Jim Miller, Sirius XM, joined Ted Johnson and Brien Straw on Radio Row. He talked about how Pete Carroll and the Seahawks are not fazed by their lack of experience in Super Bowls. Miller talked about how formidable Peyton Manning has been in the red zone and factors that the Seahawks will really have to keep in check on Sunday. Miller also discussed his experiences with Bill Belichick over the years.
Super Bowls have produced unlikely stars over time. Several could emerge from this game into big-game lore. Who will it be in Super Bowl XLVIII?
LaVar Arrington dropped by to talk with Sean, Rich and Travis and talked about the Superbowl and talked a little bit about Penn State and new Texans Head Coach Bill O’Brien
Frank Mir joined MaD Radio to talk about his commitment to the UFC, how hard it is to cut weight, and what MMA means to him.
Allie LaForce joined MaD Radio to discuss what she is doing on Radio Row, fantasy football, and the Marshawn Lynch saga from the media’s perspective.