On this week’s edition of Thursday Night Tailgate our guests are: former Broncos & Falcons RB Gene Lang, fomer Patriots Pro Bowl RB Tony Collins, former University of Georgia and CFL All-Star WR Terrence Edwards, Garrett Webster son of Mike Webster and Mike McCormack Jr. who’s father was a Hall of Fame Offensive Lineman for the Browns. He’s also the author of the new book “Born Fanatic, My Life in the Grip of the NFL.”
Gene Lang shared his thoguhts on what the Broncos need to do in the...
On this episode of Thursday Night Tailgate hear our conversations with former Charges, Vikings & Giants DB Vencie Glenn, former Patriots Pro Bowl RB Tony Collins, former Packers QB Don Horn, former Chiefs & Falcons WR J.J. Birden and former Broncos WR Rick Upchurch.
On this very special Happy Birthday to Bob edition of Thursday Night Tailgate our guests are: former Houston Oilers Pro Bowl QB Dan Pastorini, former Patriots Pro Bowl RB Tony Collins, former Steelers Punter Craig Colquitt, former Jets, Bucs & Chiefs TE Anthony Becht and former Rams & Chiefs WR Eddie Kennison.
Former Cal and Vikings Pro Bowl Tackle Todd Steussie joined us on this segment of Thursday Night Tailgate. Todd shared his thoughts on the Vikings signing Kirk Cousins and if he’s really an upgrade over Case Keenum. He also talked about the incredible free agent deal that new Jaguars Guard Andrew Norwell just signed; 5 years, $66.5M.
Former Raiders and new Vanderbilt Defensive Coordinator Jason Tarver shared his excitement about joining Vandy and talked about what they need to do in order to improve their defense. He also shared stories about coaching Charles Woodson in Oakland and what it was like being a part of Steve Mariucci’s staff in San Francisco.
Former BYU, Raiders & Patriots QB Marc Wilson joined us and shared stories from his time at BYU, playing for the Raiders, being a part of 2 Super Bowl championship teams and playing alongside Jim Plunkett, Dan Pastorini, Gifford Nielson, & Jim McMahon in college and the NFL.
On this edition of Thursday Night Tailgate hear former Raiders QB Marc Wilson, former Patriots Pro Bowl RB Tony Collins, Vanderbilt Defensive Coordinator Jason Tarver and former Vikings Pro Bowl Tackle Todd Steussue sharing stories from their playing days plus their insights on the status of the Raiders under new Head Coach John Gruden, the Patriots moves so far in free agency, if Krik Cousins is an upgrade over Case Keenum plus a whole lot more. Jason Tarver talked about his time as...
In this week’s Thursday Night Tailgate Spotlight on the Positive segment hear about the great things Redskins Long Snapper Nick Sundberg and Dolphins DT Ndamukong Suh are doing in their communities and in other parts of the world.
Will Blackwell shared memories from his time playing in college at San Diego State. He teamed with Az Hakim and George Jones and together they became the first WR/RB trio to all top 1,000 yards in a season. He talked about what his draft day was like plus getting to play with Jerome Bettis in Pittsburgh.
This week we asked former Patriots Pro Bowl RB Tony Collins about what it’s like when your playing career comes to an abrupt end. What is that adjustment like because not only do you lose the game, but you also lose being one of the guys in the locker room.
Christine Lisi shared her thoughts on what the Bills need to do over the off season to build off of their first playoff appearance in 17 years. She talked about their need to end the Tyrod Taylor experiment and go in another direction either through free agency or the draft. She also shared her thoughts on the Buffalo Sabres and not having the NHL players participate in this year’s Winter Olympics.
On this edition of Thursday Night Tailgate our guests are: ESPN Radio Host Christine Lisi, former Patriots Pro Bowl RB Tony Collins, former Steelers WR Will Blackwell, Emmy Award winning TV Producer and Author Keith Hirshland and former Saints, 49ers, & Panthers DB Toi Cook.
Christine Lisi shared her thoughts on what the Bills need to do over the off season to build off of their first playoff appearance in 17 years. She talked about their need to end the Tyrod Taylor experiment and go in...
Doug Nettles played for the Colts back in the mid 1970’s. They went to the playoff from 1975-1977 led by Bert Jones, Lydell Mitchell, Roger Carr, and a storng defense led by Mike Curtis. He said Mike Curtis was as crazy as legend has it and shared some of those stories including how O.J. Simpson didn’t start games against them because he wanted Curtis to be winded before he would come into games.
Craig Wolfley shared great insights into the gaps the Steelers need to fill this off season. He shared specific thoughts on their recent top draft choices, Bud Dupree, Artie Burns and Sean Davis. He also shared memories of playing in Terry Bradshaw’s last game, a game which also closed down Shea Stadium.
Brian Finneran played his college ball at Villanova and he said his thoughts on Villanova basketball, what it was like winning the FCS Division 1-AA Walter Payton award, that division’s version of the Heisman Trophy, and being inducted into the Villanova Hall of Fame. Brian also shared his insights on the Falcons and if they can get back to where they were in 2016.