An Offseason to Remember feat. Rob Demovsky - Episode 75, Underage Packers
Underage Packers Podcast
Packers ESPN beat reporter, Rob Demovsky, joins Joey and Big B ahead of the Packers season opener in Jacksonville. Rob tells us about his career path, a brief timeline of the team's drama filled offseason, and some great stories about Ron Wolf and Jamaal Williams.
UK Packers Podcast - Rob Demovsky Special - June 15th
UK Packers Green Bay Packers Podcast
HE IS BACK! Rob Demovsky of ESPN joined Steve and Daryl to give us a fascinating insight into the Aaron Rodgers situation and more! This is not one to miss!Want a free tee and a chance to win signed merch every single month? Become a Patron and win BIG PRIZES every month!www.patreon.com/ukpackers
Rick opens the hour talking NBA Playoffs and reacting to the first camp comments from Packers QB Jordan Love as he prepares to be Green Bay’s starter should Aaron Rodgers follow through on his threat to never play for the team again. ESPN NFL Nation Packers Insider Rob Demovsky tells Rich that Love has been getting not just the majority of snaps in Packers’ minicamp but EVERY snap, how dug in Rodgers is on his boycott stance, and if his legacy with Cheese Head fans could change his mind and bring him back into the fold. Rich wraps up the hour comparing how Aaron Rodgers relationship with the fans if he left Green Bay compares with what happened at the end of Brett Favre’s Packers tenure. And make sure you check out Rich's other podcast: Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
REShow: Michael Irvin & Rob Demovsky - Hour 2 (05-25-21)
The Rich Eisen Show
NFL Analyst and Pro Football Hall of Famer Michael Irvin tells Rich that Aaron Rodgers beef with the Packers can be solved soon if the price is right, why Julio is using the Cowboys to “stir the pot” on a possible trade from the Falcons, why Jones wants out of Atlanta in the first place, and why it would be “unlawful” if Julio Jones were to join DeAndre Hopkins and AJ Green on the Cardinals. ESPN NFL Nation Packers Reporter Rob Demovsky and Rich discuss what Aaron Rodgers said and didn’t say last night on his ESPN appearance, how/if the rift between Rodgers and the Packers front office can be closed, and how the Rodgers standoff is impacting Green Bay head coach Matt LaFleur and heir apparent QB Jordan Love. Rich wraps up the hour laying out his plan to solve the Rodgers-Packers standoff: pay him and trade Jordan Love.And make sure you check out Rich's other podcast: Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
OBL 5/10: Tommy Doyle on his excitement to join the Bills, Rob Demovsky with the latest on Aaron Rodgers
One Bills Live
ESPN Packers reporter Rob Demovsky recapped the latest between the reported rift between the team and QB Aaron Rodgers (21:50). Bills fifth round pick Tommy Doyle discussed being drafted out of Miami (OH), growing up playing football and hockey in Edina, Minnesota, his hobby of ice fishing, winning the MAC Championship in college, and using his 6'8" frame to his advantage on the O-line (1:06:25). We also discussed the offseason program and what it may look like this year.
Rob Demovsky says that the Packers and Aaron Rodgers drama rates as an 8 or 9 on a scale to 10. Rob says there is no way the Packers wanted this information out to the public. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Rob Demovsky covers the Green Bay Packers for ESPN. He joined Jordan and Jimmy to discuss his Athens glory days (did he invent Palmer Fest?), the Packers' strange Twitter guidelines, earning players' trust and more. Then, Jordan checks in on the Curse of the Jimbino and spins a Hinge lovers' tale.
Detroit Lions-Green Bay Packers preview with ESPN's Rob Demovsky
The Michael Rothstein Show Live at Regents Field
ESPN's Rob Demovsky joins the show to break down the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers. What could the Lions' secondary issues mean for Sunday? Is Aaron Rodgers back? Where could Detroit potentially exploit Green Bay? We get into all those questions and more.