RMS 3PM - LeRoy Butler joins the show to talk Rodgers & more
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Ramie Show 3PM: Former Packers safety, Packers H.O.F, and host of the Wendy's Big Show, LeRoy Butler joined the Ramie Show to debate just how long this game of chicken between the Packers and Aaron Rodgers last & more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Green Bay Packer and inventor of the Lambeau Leap, LeRoy Butler, joins Charlie this week on the CripesCast. They talk about all things football, the Midwest, and rate other Packers' Lambeau leaps.
LeRoy Butler on inventing the Lambeau Leap, Aaron Rodgers' best year ever, Reggie White's arrival in Green Bay, Terrell Buckley's unmatched swagger, quality family time in quarantine, and why everyone should get therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The 31st edition of Whe're They At features 4-time All-Pro and Pro Bowl Safety, Super Bowl (XXXI) champion & broadcaster, LeRoy Butler. LeRoy emerged from a tough childhood to help spearhead a renaissance with Florida State University's football program in the late-1980's. He went on to excel with the Green Bay Packers for all 12 years of his NFL career as a major contributor to another renaissance as the Packers won Super Bowl XXXI in the 1996 season, and made the big game again the following season. LeRoy is a member of the Packers Hall of Fame and the 1990's NFL All-Decade Team at the Safety position. He was a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2020. He's the Creator of the Lambeau Leap as well. Now, he is a broadcaster covering the Packers and has launched an initiative against Bullying. See LeRoy's website for more information on his inspirational work and endeavors: www.leroybutlerinc.com. Host Nabaté Isles had the honor to speak with LeRoy on a cornucopia of topics including: 03:23-On how his family is doing within the pandemic. 06:50-Doesn't think it's safe for schools to open at this time. 09:43-Remembers his former teammate, Tootie Robbins, who recently passed away due to Covid-19. 12:33-Reflects on his meager childhood with physical disabilities as well as the strength his Mother instilled in him. 17:38-On his divine discovery that he didn't need leg braces at age 8! 21:39-Will his alma mater, Robert E. Lee High School change its name? Also, reminisces on the overwhelming racism at the school but the brotherhood on the football team. 27:09-Gravitating towards Florida State University to be under the tutelage of Hall of Fame coach, Bobby Bowden. 30:43-On how he and Hall of Famer Deion Sanders contributed to the FSU renaissance. 36:40-The rich history of the Green Bay Packers provided inspiration for LeRoy. 38:17-Doesn't understand why current players don't reach out to the greats before them. 44:05-On how Hall of Fame General Manager Ron Wolf and Head Coach Mike Holmgren led the Packers' return to glory. 49:40-On how elite defensive coordinators Ray Rhodes and Fritz Shurmur helped LeRoy become an All-Pro Safety. 55:47-On birthing the 'Lambeau Leap'! 58:07-Shares a funny story when he met President Bill Clinton. 1:00:10-Discusses how the Packers could have won more Super Bowls in the 1990's. 1:02:26-Thoughts on when he will finally be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. 1:05:45-On why LeRoy feels that Hall of Fame Quarterback and Packers legend Bart Starr's number 15 should be retired throughout the National Football League. 1:09:04-More impactful Packers QB: Brett Favre OR Aaron Rodgers? 1:10:41-His memories of Hall of Famer Brett Favre as a teammate. 1:13:18-Does he agree with Brett Favre stating that Aaron Rodgers would be better off leaving the Packers to play for the Chicago Bears? 1:14:41-Shares his outlook on the 2020 Packers, will they be a Top-2 team in the NFC again? 1:19:11-Should the NFL consider a 'Bubble' system? 1:23:26-On some of the NCAA Football power conferences postponed the season until the Spring. 1:24:50-His thoughts on the tension between the players and coaching staff at FSU. 1:26:13-LeRoy provides his candid take on his former FSU teammate Deion Sanders joining the controversial Barstool Sports. 1:27:33-Who's the Best Safety in the current NFL? 1:28:38-He wants to see his Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA Finals. 1:29:27-NO HUDDLE segment of random questions for LeRoy. 1:36:46-LeRoy's Mount Rushmore for Florida State football AND the Green Bay Packers. Follow Whe're They At on www.twitter.com/whe_retheyat, www.instagram.com/whe.retheyat and www.facebook.com/whe.retheyatpodcast/ ! Musical selections are from Nabaté Isles' album, 'Eclectic Excursions', available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon, Tidal, etc. Check out his website as well: www.nabateisles.com
Michael is joined by Packers legend LeRoy Butler, who was a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame earlier this year. A second-round pick in 1990, Butler developed into one of the best safeties in the league and would later be named to the NFL's All-Decade Team for the '90s. Butler made the Pro Bowl four times during his 12 years in Green Bay (1990-2001) and was also named first-team All-Pro in each of those seasons. Tune in for some incredible stories about Butler's journey from the projects of Jacksonville to hoisting the Lombardi Trophy.
Grant tries to correct the narrative around the Twin Cities protests by comparing it to Colin Kaepernick's protest. Packers legend LeRoy Butler joins Grant to talk about playing during a pandemic, Matt LeFleur, Rodgers and Love, and Super Bowl 31.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Leroy Butler left behind the wheelchair and leg braces of his youth and is now a Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist. The inventor of the "Lambeau Leap" shares his story with The Midday 180.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.