Ed Reed vs. Ronnie Lott with Special Guest Nocturnal! Listen to us debate these two great NFL safeties and have some fun along the way! Nocturnal SocialsTwitter : @mgnocturnalInstagram :@mg.nocturnalFacebook : @mgnocturnal Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC64D6-SzXah2rc_m8J-HGzwSound Cloud : https://soundcloud.com/mgnocturnalApple Music : https://music.apple.com/us/artist/nocturnal/1383767785Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/artist/0qkFW0S9CbNfhcCIESKsdwPodcast SocialsTwitter : @mnmsospodInstagram : @mnmsospodFacebook : @mnmsospodYoutube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQv92OmgZfgsoFRa2-I1puwIntro (0:00-5:08)Ed Reed vs. Ronnie Lott(5:08-51:50)Nocturnal Interview Porition(51:50- 1:04:00)Weekly Wrap Up (1:04:00-1:26:54)New Segment (1:26:54-1:34:48)
Ronnie Lott: Super Bowl Winning Football Legend and Venture Capitalist
Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People
Ronnie Lott is one of the best football players in the history of the NFL. After a successful college football career at USC he was the first round draft pick of the SF 49ers in 1981.Over his fourteen year career, he played for the 49ers, Los Angeles Rams, New York Jets, and Kansas City Chiefs.In his rookie year he helped the 49ers win Super Bowl XVI. He played on three more 49er teams that won the Super Bowl. And was subsequently inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame on July 29, 2000.In this episode we talk about:Surrounding yourself around great peopleWhat makes creates a legendary athleteProfessor at Cornell used to play footballHow Ronnie transitioned from sports to businessSo many nuggets of wisdom in this episode of Remarkable People with Ronnie Lott!
In this episode of the Good Tidings podcast, host Larry Harper, founder of the Good Tidings Foundation, kicks off the second season of the show by interviewing the man who is likely the best Bay Area athlete-philanthropist of all time: Ronnie Lott. Ronnie is a four-time Superbowl champion, an NFL Hall of Famer, and the founder of All Stars Helping Kids. His work with All Stars and other charitable organizations demonstrates the deeper reality of his commitment to giving back, which - over and above his sports career - defines Ronnie’s legacy.
Ronald Lott is an American former professional football player who was a cornerback, free safety, and strong safety in the National Football League for 14 seasons during the 1980s and 1990s. Lott played college football for the University of Southern California and was honored as a consensus All-American. When Lott talks football, it would behoove us to listen. He did just that joining Rich Salgado on the Big Daddy & Friends podcast focusing on the upcoming NFL Playoffs while giving us a prediction of who will play against one another in Super Bowl LV this coming February.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the eighth episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by his Pro Football Hall of Fame brother and San Francisco 49ers legend Ronnie Lott (07:34 – 36:06). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) to talk about the weekend that was in the football world. There was a “quadruple-doink” this weekend in a college football game between Rice and Middle Tennessee State. Morten talks about this incredibly rare kicking occurrence, and whether or not he ever fell victim to the dreaded “doink” on a field goal attempt (01:26). With the Pittsburgh Steelers beating the Tennessee Titans to become the lone undefeated team remaining in the NFL, Morten talks about the mentality of heading into a game against a powerhouse opponent (04:31). Finally, Morten rants about that dreadful showing by Michigan State in their home opener against Rutgers (05:26).We then move to our interview with Ronnie, where he discusses a wide array of topics: coming up in an era of violent hitters (08:16); whether or not he would succeed in today’s game as a defensive back with game having changed so much since his retirement (10:07); the key to being a great tackler, and why bad tackling fundamentals may have contributed to Luke Kuechly’s early retirement (13:20); why his time playing high school football was the best time of his life (15:33); what makes George Kittle so special (17:47); why playing the tough New Orleans Saints defense twice a year throughout the 1980s helped the 49ers be who they were (21:36); the people, players and coaches that set the tempo for the 49ers dynasty in the 1980s (21:56); why he still believes Joe Montana is the greatest quarterback of all-time (26:19); having Steve Young in the locker room while Joe Montana was still clearly “the guy,” and why this year’s Lakers with LeBron James might be a good comparison (27:41); why he cherishes his first Super Bowl ring more than the others (29:24); playing college football at USC with Marcus Allen, and how that helped him learn to be a champion (30:12); his time with the Los Angeles Raiders, and his relationship with Al Davis (31:28); and finishing his career with the New York Jets playing under a young Pete Carroll (33:37).Then, TommyFreezePops is joined by Brian Edwards for his weekly check-in with the experts from VegasInsider.com (41:03 – 49:10). After a dominating performance on the road in New England against the Patriots, is it time for us to rethink the 49ers’ ceiling as we move forward through the NFL season (42:13)? Plus, the guys talk about a huge AFC North matchup between the Steelers and Ravens (43:48), the Green Bay Packers looking to keep it rolling against the struggling Minnesota Vikings (45:19), and Justin Herbert going for his second career win on the road against the Denver Broncos (46:34).Finally, we close things out with Morten’s “Game Winner” – a weekly segment where Morten monologues his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, he talks about his friend Ronnie Lott, and how his professionalism on the field translates to everything he does off the field (49:10).
On this episode of Run It Again your hosts former NFL star and sportscaster Ron Pitts and Super Bowl-winning NFL Coach and FOX sports analyst Coach Mike Martz are joined by pro Football Hall of Famer, Ronnie Lott! On this episode of Run It Again, they discuss: How has preparation changed for NFL players today? How covid-19 has impacted the game Launching 'the mind games podcast' with daughter, Haile Thoughts on 49ers Thoughts on NFC South Raiders over KC--thoughts on AFC The ability for Seahawks to make adjustments Chargers fall to 1-4 on MNF How surprised were you with raiders Will Dallas be able to stabilize despite the loss of Dak Prescott? Atlanta cleans out front office closet Previewing NFL Week 6 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dan is joined by NFL Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott and master sommelier Michael Jordan who, along with Hall of Famers Marcus Allen and Charles Haley, have partnered with Jackson Family Wines to host “Untold and Unforgettable,” a virtual “wine huddle” benefiting All Stars Helping Kids. Also, Dan rips a new bourbon a new one. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices