Dick Vermeil on Aaron Rodgers drama in Green Bay, Eagles offseason, Matthew Stafford, and, SNY's Chris Williamson on the Knicks, Russell Westbrook, Kyrie's return to Boston, NBA Finals Predictions
Upon Further Review
Legendary NFL coach Dick Vermeil joins the show to weigh in on the situation in Green Bay between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, the Eagles offseason, the coaching change, his predictions for their season, Matthew Stafford replacing Jared Goff in Los Angeles, what makes Sean McVay such a brilliant coach, and more... then SNY's Chris Williamson joins the show to talk about the Julio Jones/Shannon Sharpe situation now that Zoom is announcing every time your record, the Knicks resurgence, Russell Westbrook getting popcorn dumped on him by an ignorant Philly fan (shocker), Kyrie's highly anticipated return to Boston, Taj Gibson playing into his 60s, and Finals Predictions (starts at 17:23)Share, Thumbs Up & Subscribe to Upon Further Review!! YouTubeiTunesSpotifyFollow Upon Further Review on Social Media for Bonus Content and First Looks at Upcoming Interviews! InstagramTwitter
Return Game: Birds, ‘Boys and Bad Blood presented by NovaCare Rehabilitation is the sweeping story of the Eagles and Cowboys Rivalry. The early 1970s was a painful time for Eagles fans, but they knew better days were ahead - how couldn’t they be?! Tom Landry was coaching the ‘Boys and they were really, really good. After winning the franchise's first Super Bowl in 1972, the Eagles took their best shot in a memorable 1973 showdown.By 1976, something needed to be done to shake up the team. A college coach from UCLA was just the changemaker the Birds had been waiting for - but it wasn’t going to be easy.To experience more of the rivalry between the Birds and the ‘Boys, head over to: https://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/birdsboysbadblood. There you’ll find photos, videos, audio clips and more interviews.
Dick Vermeil: Life Before and After Coaching the NFL
Braun & Brains
In this podcast episode, Rachel Braun and Dick Vermeil discuss his life before and after his time as an NFL coach. He resides in Chester County, PA on a beautiful plot of land. Did you know about Vermeil Wine? Dick Vermeil is a former American football coach who served as a head coach in the NFL for 15 seasons. He was the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles for seven seasons, the St. Louis Rams for three, and the Kansas City Chiefs for five. Prior to the NFL, he was the head football coach at Hillsdale High School from 1960 to 1962, Nappa Junior College in 1964, and UCLA from 1974 to 1975. With UCLA, Vermeil led the team to victory in the 1976 Rose Bowl. Vermeil's NFL tenure would see him improve the fortunes of teams that had a losing record before he arrived and bring them all to the playoffs by his third season, which included a Super Bowl title with the Rams. Rachel's Socials: https://linktr.ee/braunandbrains More on Dick Vermeil: https://americanfootball.fandom.com/wiki/Dick_Vermeil Vermeil Wines: https://www.vermeilwines.com/
Brett Favre And Dick Vermeil Speak On Deshaun Watson, Watson Open To A Denver Trade, Judging Of The NFL QBs
The Sean Salisbury Show
Brett Favre and Dick Vermeil both had some interesting comments on Deshaun Watson. What did they mean by these comments? Sean and Michael discuss. Also, Ex Texans player Kareem Jackson joined TMZ Sports yesterday and said Deshaun Watson would be open to a trade to the Denver Broncos. Will this happen? We break it down and give our thoughts. Lastly, Sean, Michael and Tyler go by division and discuss on how every QB will be next season. We are also joined by Jeff Fisher and Steve Tasker as they give us their insights on the Super Bowl. All of this and more on today's episode of The Sean Salisbury Show.
Bleeding Green Nation: for Philadelphia Eagles fans
On this episode of BGN Memories, John Stolnis interviews the man who turned around the Philadelphia Eagles franchise in the late 1970s and led the team on a historic run to the Super Bowl, capped by an NFC Championship Game victory over the hated Dallas Cowboys. Super Bowl 34 champion Dick Vermeil joins the show to share his memories of that historic season, plus highlights of the Eagles 4-1 November run in that '80 season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Super Bowl winning-head coach, Dick Vermeil joins myself and Marnie in the huddle to discuss his championship winning ways. An honest man who is not afraid to be himself. Marnie's Grandfather hired Coach Vermeil to change the culture in Philadelphia. He helped the Eagles reach new heights and still lives near Philadelphia to this day.https://pro-football-history.com/coach/429/dick-vermeil-bioCalistoga’s native son, Dick Vermeil (aka Coach), had a singular passion for two things in his life – football and wine. He decided early on to pursue football first, getting his start as an assistant coach right out of college and beginning a professional career that would span decades. A mechanics son, he inherited his father’s relentless work ethic and was known for his tough-as-nails practices and for regularly saying “No one ever drowned in sweat.” But he was also known for his emotional and inspirational coaching style as well as the willingness to approach seemingly insurmountable challenges head on. As head coach of UCLA, he led the underdog Bruins to a Rose Bowl win over the undefeated and number one ranked Ohio State Buckeyes in 1975; as the head coach of the long-suffering Philadelphia Eagles, he led them to their first Superbowl appearance in franchise history in 1980; and as the head coach of the St. Louis Rams, he led them to a stunning turnaround season and Superbowl XXXIV win in January 2000. Coach’s last professional coaching job was as the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs who he coached for five seasons; leading them to the AFC West Championship in 2003. Retiring from professional coaching for good in 2005 and, with a little help from some friends, Coach began the next and current chapter of his life; actively pursuing his second passion - making wine.https://www.vermeilwines.com/TeamSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ep. 25 - Mark Albert - Dick Vermeil Quote on Investing Yourself
Great Quotes for Coaches Podcast
Today we have a real treat. It is the first episode of the podcast where you get to hear someone else other than me! I am going to be mixing in episodes throughout our time together where I will be interviewing other coaches to hear some of their favorite quotes or quotes that were especially motivational or inspirational for them.We kick off this format with a coach who is a good friend of mine. His name is Mark Albert. Mark is a Cross Country coach and a newly retired basketball coach in Hamilton, Montana. Mark is one of those coaches who you would love to have your child be coached by and who you would love to have on your staff. He is all about kids and trying to provide them a positive athletic experience that also teaches kids life lessons. His quote today is a great one from former NFL football coach, Dick Vermeil. "If you don't invest very much, then defeat doesn't hurt very much and winning is not very exciting." Listen in as Mark explains what the quote means to him and then tells a few stories of experiences with his teams that help to illustrate the power of that quote.I failed to mention in the episode that Mark spoke on the TedX stage this past year. It was a great TedTalk on a subject that needs to be taught in all high schools around the country. You can watch the TedTalk at the following link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXO0eT9EyqoIf you would like to connect with Mark, he can be reached through his school/athletics webpage here - https://www.hsd3.org/Domain/124.