Lorenzo Alexander on NFL Combine, Landon Collins, & QB of future
The Travis Thomas Experience
Former Washington linebacker Lorenzo Alexander joined the show to discuss his biggest takeaways from the NFL Combine. Plus, Lorenzo, a guy that changed his position here in Washington, tells us that Landon Collins should also consider converting to a full-time linebacker. They address a few more Washington Commanders items.
The Lambeau Bleep featuring Lorenzo Alexander & Big Doug!!!
The Burgundy Zone
The boys are joined by former Washington Linebacker Lorenzo Alexander to hear his thoughts on Chase Young, The Washington Football Team, and if London Fletcher should be in the Hall of Fame! Then were joined by Big Doug to discuss if WFT should trade for Watson and answer fan questions!!Support the show
Episode 45: Lorenzo Alexander, Don't Stop BILLieving & LeBron Chases Five
Ceraulo Sports Talk
On this episode, The Huddle Guys talk with Lorenzo Alexander. Lorenzo played college football for the University of California at Berkeley, and then played for several NFL teams include the Carolina Panthers, Baltimore Ravens, Washington, Arizona Cardinals, Oakland Raiders, and the Buffalo Bills. While his ties to football are exciting to our sports fans, this Huddle focuses more on how Lorenzo made smart money moves to build a strong foundation for the future; and his choices not to indulge in a lavish lifestyle that a career in professional sports can fuel...for a very short period of time. Lorenzo and The Huddle Guys share practical advice on investments to consider, and pitfalls to avoid. You do not have to be a current/former professional athlete (or rich) to benefit from this information. Wealth builds over time. A college student beginning a career in banking, or accounting, or marketing has the same opportunity to construct a solid, prosperous financial future. And even if you are starting later in life, you can still save for a more comfortable retirement and start the cycle of generational wealth for your family. It’s time to huddle up!
Episode 165 - "It's Okay to Fail" featuring Lorenzo Alexander
Train With the Best Podcast
Lorenzo Alexander joins Craig Hoffman and Chris Gorres to discuss their new off-season training program for high school and college football players. Chris and Lorenzo talk about the discussions that led to the project before diving into what they wanted to accomplish in creating it.The trio then discusses how athletes will be challenged physically and mentally by the program and why both are necessary not only to succeed on the field, but off it. They also spend some quality time on Lorenzo's testing of the program, including the 300 yard shuttles that didn't quite go according to plan.For the program, go here: https://marketplace.trainheroic.com/workout-plan/team/lorenzo-s-offseason-workout2021-06-06%2016:26:59Follow the show on Instagram: @trainwiththebest21. Follow Craig at @craig_hoffman and Chris at @trainergorres.To truly Train With The Best, check out the new TWTB Programming on TrainHeroic here and use the code POD for 20% off as a podcast listener.We have a brand new code with our friends at Momentous! Use the code TRAINWITHTHEBEST25 at LiveMomentous.com (automatic when you click the link) for 25% off your first subscription order and 15% off all recurring orders. Subscribe to your favorite proteins, Performance Collagen, Performance Creatine, Elite Sleep or the all-new Omega 3's all for 25% off the first shipment and 15% off all that follow. The Train With The Best Podcast is powered by Super Coffee. For 25% off Super Espresso, Super Coffee and Super Creamer, use the new code "TWTB" at checkout at DrinkSuperCoffee.com. Craig is an official Whoop affiliate! You can join him on Whoop by getting $30 off your membership at join.whoop.com/hoffman.Our theme music was made by Jamarian Bates. You can contact him via Soundcloud here: @jaybates40oz!
Lorenzo Alexander on playing with Aaron Rodgers at Cal, and going from the Practice Squad to the Pro Bowl
Upon Further Review
Lorenzo Alexander joins the show to talk about the NFL Season, his thoughts on the offseason so far, whether he's got one more game in him if the Bills need him in the Super Bowl next February, the Washington Football Team's season, playing at Cal with Marshawn Lynch and Aaron Rodgers, going undrafted, making a name for himself in the league, becoming a special teams standout, getting his shot with the Bills and recording 12.5 sacks, the GM that told him that he should never have cut him, playing more positions than anyone in recent memory, his foundation, and his new role.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 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mike is joined by longtime LB Lorenzo Alexander on an array of issues in and around the league. Plus Mike weighs in on some of the early moves in free agency. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former teammate and 4x Walter Peyton Man of the Year nominee Lorenzo Alexander joins the show today. Lorenzo played college football at the University of Cal, but went undrafted out of college. It was his ability to adapt and be versatile that helped him play for 13 seasons in the NFL. Today on the show, Eric and Lorenzo discuss behind the scenes stories from their days in Buffalo, their transitions in and out of the NFL, and much more, including: Lorenzo's early days as an athlete (2:30) Concussions and their impact on youth football (4:11) Lorenzo's transition into the NFL as an undrafted FA (6:32) Lessons to Rookies today (10:30) Becoming adaptable in order to succeed (17:40) The transformation of his body for different positions (23:18) Lorenzo's pivot point and Sean Taylor (28:55) His transition out of the NFL (33:50) Being intentional at home (41:40) And much more: For more information about our sponsors today: https://www.chilitechnology.com/pages/cooling-sleep-systems?offer_id=2&affiliate_id=1931&transaction_id=1029fa200cbdccf2ec238b41424c06&utm_source=TUNE&utm_medium=cpc To get 22% off your order, use the code: Eric22