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The Jeff Nixon Sports Report will provide analysis of the Buffalo Bill’s games with in depth discussions with current players, retired players and fans regarding what the Buffalo Bills need to do to get back to the Superbowl…and this time win it!

The Jeff Nixon Sports Report will provide analysis of the Buffalo Bill’s games with in depth discussions with current players, retired players and fans regarding what the Buffalo Bills need to do to get back to the Superbowl…and this time win it!
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Buffalo, NY

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The Jeff Nixon Sports Report will provide analysis of the Buffalo Bill’s games with in depth discussions with current players, retired players and fans regarding what the Buffalo Bills need to do to get back to the Superbowl…and this time win it!

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@jeffnixon

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English

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Episodes

Anthony Muñoz - Special Encore Presentation!

2/8/2010
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Anthony Muñoz is considered by many to be the best Offensive Lineman to ever play in the NFL. He was selected 11 consecutive years to the Pro Bowl. He was the Offensive Lineman of the Year in 1981, 1987, and 1988 was awarded the NFL Players Association Lineman of the Year honor in 1981, 1985, 1988, and 1989. The NFL Alumni Association voted Anthony the Offensive Lineman of the Year four times (1987, 1989, 1990 and 1991). At the time of his retirement, his Pro Bowl selections were the most...

Duration: 00:55:09


Cornelius Bennett

2/1/2010
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Cornelius Bennett played for the University of Alabama from 1983-1986. He was a first selection on the College Football All-America Team 3 times (1984–1986). As a senior, he won the Lombardi Award, SEC Player of the Year honors, and finished 7th in balloting for the Heisman Trophy. He played for the Buffalo Bills from 1987 to 1995, Atlanta Falcons from 1996 to 1998, and the Indianapolis Colts from 1999 to 2000. Bennett was a five time Pro Bowler, being elected in 1988, and 1990–1993, and...

Duration: 00:55:05


Charlie Waters

1/24/2010
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Charlie Waters played 12 years for the Dallas Cowboys from 1970-1981, never experiencing a losing season and only missing the playoffs one time during that span. He played in five Super Bowls: V, VI, X, XII, and XIII, with victories in VI and XII. He holds the NFL records for most playoff interceptions with 9 and the most single-game playoff interceptions with 3. He was selected All-Pro twice (1977 and 1978) and to the Pro Bowl three consecutive seasons (1976-1978). He retired with 50...

Duration: 00:54:50


Jeff Nixon Sports Report

1/10/2010
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Duration: 00:55:31


Larry Ball

12/20/2009
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Larry Ball was drafted out of University of Louisville in the 1972 NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins. He played Linebacker for the Dolphins 1972, 1973 and 74. He also played for the Detroit Lions in 1975 and Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1976 before returning to Miami for two years and finishing his NFL Career in 1978. During his NFL career, he participated in 79 games. Larry Ball is one of only two players in NFL history to play for both an undefeated team, the 1972 Miami Dolphins, and a winless...

Duration: 00:57:21


Todd Kalis

12/13/2009
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Todd Kalis was an offensive lineman for the Minnesota Vikings (1988-1993), the Pittsburgh Steelers (1994) and the Cincinnati Bengals (1995). Todd played next to several HOF players in Minnesota, including Randall McDaniel and Gary Zimmerman. After retiring from the NFL, Todd began working with the NFL Alumni, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization after being voted President of the Pittsburgh Chapter in June 2000. In 2003 he was voted Chairman the Board of Chapter Presidents and...

Duration: 00:57:53


Lee Nystrom

12/6/2009
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Lee Nystrom played one (1) year in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers in 1974. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Board for the NFL Alumni Association. The NFL Alumni Association is the oldest and largest association of retired professional football players. The organization recently joined forces with Fourth and Goal, an independent retired-player advocacy group, to give retired players a single, national spokesman that can effectively advocate their interests before the National...

Duration: 00:58:10


Anthony Muñoz

11/29/2009
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Anthony Muñoz is considered by many to be the best Offensive Lineman to ever play in the NFL. He was selected 11 consecutive years to the Pro Bowl. He was the Offensive Lineman of the Year in 1981, 1987, and 1988 was awarded the NFL Players Association Lineman of the Year honor in 1981, 1985, 1988, and 1989. The NFL Alumni Association voted Anthony the Offensive Lineman of the Year four times (1987, 1989, 1990 and 1991). At the time of his retirement, his Pro Bowl selections were the most...

Duration: 00:55:09


Tom Nowatzke

11/8/2009
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Tom Nowatzke, the number one draft choice of the Detroit Lions in 1965, made it in the NFL after a stellar career at Indiana University. There he achieved All-American status as a senior, despite the fact that his Hoosiers finished the season with a 2-7 record. A farm boy from northern Indiana, Nowatzke could only dream about being a regular in the NFL. After playing four seasons for the Lions and suffering a neck injury in 1969, Tom hoped to resurrect his career. But he never thought...

Duration: 00:56:52


Steve Christie

9/27/2009
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Steve Christie played for the Buffalo Bills from 1992 to 2000. In his 15 NFL seasons, Steve converted 336 of 431 field goals (77%) and 468 of 473 extra points (98%), giving him a total of 1,476 points. Steve had nine game-winning field goals in overtime, an NFL record he shares with former NFL placekicker Jim Breech. In Super Bowl 28, Steve set a Super Bowl record by kicking a 54-yard field goal. It is currently the longest field goal ever made in Super Bowl History. He was a key...

Duration: 00:55:50


Special Encore Presentation: Harry Carson- Hall of Fame Life

9/20/2009
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Harry Carson's 13-year stint with the New York Football Giants is one of the longest tenures in club history. The indestructible former linebacker served as Team Captain for 10 of his 13 seasons including the 1986 season when the Giants defeated the Denver Broncos 39-20 in Super Bowl XXI. Rated the #1 "Inside Linebacker" in NFL history according to Pro Football Weekly, Carson was named to the All-Rookie Team after his first NFL season. Subsequently, during his NFL career, he was named to...

Duration: 00:55:27


Special Encore Presentation: Jerry Kramer

9/6/2009
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Jerry Kramer played 11 years in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers as an offensive lineman. As a 6'3", 250 lb. right guard, #64 was an integral part of the famous "Packer Sweep", a signature play in which both guards pull out from their normal positions and lead-block for the running back going around the end. Jerry helped the Packers win five NFL titles and the first two Super Bowls. Jerry also served as the team's place kicker in 1962,'63 and part of 1968. He kicked 29 field goals, 90...

Duration: 00:53:18


Daryl Johnston

8/30/2009
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Daryl Johnston was drafted by the Cowboys in the second round of 1989 NFL Draft. Every time Daryl Johnston touched the ball, "Moooooooose" chants roared through the crowd, regardless of where the Cowboys were playing. In the NFL, he scored 22 career touchdowns but had more receptions in his career than carries. In 1993 Johnston had 50 receptions and averaged 7.4 yards per catch. Johnston earned a trip to the Pro Bowl in 1993 and 1994. Johnston was a member of three Super Bowl winning...

Duration: 00:53:52


Special Encore Presentation: John Hannah

8/16/2009
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John Hannah joined the New England Patriots in 1973 as the 4th overall pick in the 1973 NFL Draft. He played his entire professional career in New England. John was named All-Pro 10 times (1976-1985) and All-AFC 10 times (1974, 1976-1985). John was also selected to play in 9 Pro Bowls. He is also one of the few players to have been named to the NFL All-Decade Team twice, as John was selected to both the 1970s and 1980s All-Decade Teams (joining an elite group of players who have achieved...

Duration: 00:55:50


Herb Adderley and Walt Roberts

8/9/2009
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Herb Adderley started for the Packers from 1961-69, then played three seasons (1970-72) with the Dallas Cowboys. While with the Packers, he won rings in Super Bowl I and Super Bowl II. Adderley was a major factor in the Packers' Super Bowl II win over the Oakland Raiders, intercepting a pass by Raiders quarterback Daryle Lamonica in the fourth quarter and returning it 60 yards for a touchdown to put the game away. This was the first Super Bowl touchdown on an intercepted pass. After joining...

Duration: 00:56:02


Jerry Kramer

8/2/2009
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Jerry Kramer played 11 years in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers as an offensive lineman. As a 6'3", 250 lb. right guard, #64 was an integral part of the famous "Packer Sweep", a signature play in which both guards pull out from their normal positions and lead-block for the running back going around the end. Jerry helped the Packers win five NFL titles and the first two Super Bowls. Jerry also served as the team's place kicker in 1962,'63 and part of 1968. He kicked 29 field goals, 90...

Duration: 00:53:18


Ron Mix

7/26/2009
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Ron Mix attended USC, and upon graduation played left tackle and guard for the American Football League's Los Angeles/San Diego Chargers (1960-1969) and the Oakland Raiders (1971).Because he had a Juris Doctor degree, Mix was nicknamed "The Intellectual Assassin" for his physical play. Mix was called for a mere two holding penalties in ten years.Mix, who was listed at 6'5 and 270 pounds, was an early proponent of weightlifting to enhance athletic power. He was years ahead of the curve that...

Duration: 00:57:22


Jack Thompson “The Throwin’ Samoan”

7/19/2009
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Jack Tompson went to college at Washington State University, where he set numerous school, Pac-10 and NCAA records from 1975-1978. He is known as "The Throwin' Samoan," a nickname that was bestowed on him during his breakout sophomore season at Washington State University. He concluded his college career in 1978 as the most prolific passer in NCAA history, throwing for 7,818 yards. He set Pac-10 records for attempts, completions and TD passes. He was all-conference three times and either...

Duration: 00:56:04


Ed White

7/12/2009
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Edward Alvin White. Ed graduated from Indio High School in Indio, California and the school's football stadium is named Ed White Stadium. In college, Ed played for the University of California, Berkeley Golden Bears (1966-68) as a lineman and was selected a consensus All-American player in 1968. Ed began his professional football career with the Minnesota Vikings after being drafted in the second round of the 1969 AFL/NFL draft. Ed Played in 4 Superbowls with the Vikings. In 1978 season, he...

Duration: 00:55:47

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