Fred Jackson, James Lofton and Amani Toomer all joined Sean, Rich and Ted for a star-studded afternoon of The Triple Threat.
Charlie Batch joined the Triple Threat and reflected on his Super Bowl experience.
Jerry Kramer joined The Triple Threat and reminisced about his career as a Green Bay Packer, author and sports commentator.
Quarterback coach Steve Clarkson joined the Triple Threat and talked about the evolution of the position.
Astros Manager A.J. Hinch joined The Triple Threat and discussed what he plans to bring to the ball club.
Brian Geltzeiler of HoopsCritic.com joined The Triple Threat to talk Rockets and the upcoming chaos that will be the NBA Western Conference Playoffs.
Alfred Williams of 104.3 The Fan in Denver joined The Triple Threat and discussed the Broncos’ needs following their playoff exit and whether Gary Kubiak would be a good coaching hire.
MLBTV’s Richard Justice joines the Triple Threat to discuss Craig Biggio’s Hall of Fame induction. They also get into the balloting process for the Hall of Fame, and touch on new Hall of Famer, Randy Johnson’s days with the Astros.
Ted Johnson played 10 years in the NFL for the New England Patriots as a linebacker. He won three Super Bowls with the team. He also suffered multiple concussions and at one point was involved in the Lawsuit against the NFL from former players suffering from the concussions they received. Ted spoke during the show he co-hosts on SportsRadio 610 with Sean Pendergast and Rich Lord about why he chose to remove himself from that lawsuit.
Former New England Patriot and three time Super Bowl Champion Ted Johnson explained his recent decision to opt out of the NFL Concussion Lawsuit and its settlement.