In Memory of Boston’s Impresario – Fred Taylor June 8, 1929 –October 26, 2019 We were happy to meet and talk with Fred Taylor at his office in Boston, Ma. In this two part series we spend some time chatting with Boston's Jazz Hero, Fred Taylor about his long career as a promoter and booker of Jazz. He talks about how he helped the careers of Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, Billy Joel and his lasting friendships with them. Read more about Fred https://jazztimes.com/features/tributes-and-obituaries/fred-taylor-bostons-beloved-jazz-impresario-dies-at-90/
In Memory of Boston’s Impresario – Fred Taylor June 8, 1929 –October 26, 2019 We were happy to meet and talk with Fred Taylor at his office in Boston, Ma. In this two part series we spend some time chatting with Boston's Jazz Hero, Fred Taylor about his long career as a promoter and booker of Jazz. He talks about how he helped the careers of Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, Billy Joel and his lasting friendships with them Read more about Fred https://jazztimes.com/features/tributes-and-obituaries/fred-taylor-bostons-beloved-jazz-impresario-dies-at-90/
Fred Taylor, Jaguars Great & Host of I Am Athlete Podcast Goes Behind The Mask
Behind The Mask Podcast
PMS 2.0 438 - Two Great Conversations With Chris Long & Fred Taylor
The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
Today's show is anchored by two incredible conversations. First, Pat and the boys are joined by 2x Super Bowl Champion, #2 pick of the 2008 NFL Draft, 11 year NFL veteran, and host of the Green Light Pod, Chris Long to chat about his brother's injury, how he's enjoying life as a media member, what he likes about the daily media grind as opposed to the daily grind of the NFL, his thoughts on the Toradol situation and what other remedies he tried while playing in the league, and much more (20:00-48:49). Later, 13 year NFL RB, a man who holds nearly every Jacksonville Jaguars offensive record, future Hall of Famer, and co-host of the I Am Athlete Podcast, Fred Taylor joins the show to chat about his career, his thoughts about going into the Hall of Fame, his initial impressions of Urban Meyer, if the Tim Tebow legend is crazy down in Jacksonville, how he thought Ocho Cinco performed in his boxing match, and more (48:51-1:03:47). Pat and the boys also chat about the Madden 22 cover reveal, more drama in the Aaron Rodgers/Packers situation, Zion reportedly being unhappy in New Orleans, and more. Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
Fred Taylor on Tim Tebow, his Hall of Fame candidacy, Jaguars' draft, power of perception, podcast success
All Things Covered with Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden
It's about time Fred Taylor gets his due. Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden do that by welcoming on the former Gator and Jaguar great to discuss recent moves made by his old organization and to highlight his case for the Hall of Fame and lots more (29:00). But first, our co-hosts chop it up on the NFL Draft with a focus on the Vikings' pick and how some of our former guests fared (2:00). 'Has Pat Heard' tests P2's knowledge of juicy football rumors (11:30), while we learn Pat's first impressions of Minnesota during our newly re-branded '7 Questions' segment (23:15). Then it's time to chat with a great pro (whether it be at football or podcasting), Fred Taylor (29:00). Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne are now Jags, so what does the man who spent 11 years with the organization think of the selections? Tim Tebow is also rumored to potentially be joining the team as we hear Fred's feelings about his return. Taylor then shares what it was like growing up in Belle Glade, Florida, and addresses the legend of kids chasing rabbits in his hometown. He traveled north to the University of Florida for his college career then not too far to Jacksonville for his pro career as we discover more about those experiences. Fred details how injuries early in his career could have negatively impacted the perception of his game in the long run. Playing in a small football market also didn't help his case when it came time for Pro Bowl selections. Despite all that, he built a strong case for the Hall of Fame and believes he will eventually be inducted. Hear Taylor relive memories of a 2007 playoff matchup vs. the Steelers and explain why his podcast "I Am Athlete" has found so much success. Superlatives attempt to settle the greatest Jaguar of all time!'All Things Covered' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. You can listen to All Things Covered on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast."Visit the All Things Covered YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/allthingscoveredLike our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AllThingsCoveredPodFollow Pat on Instagram and TwitterFollow BMac on Instagram and TwitterFollow All Things Covered on Instagram and Twitter Produced by: @E_DeBerardinisFor more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today’s podcast, Jim is joined by hall of fame voter and godfather of Jacksonville sports reporting, Sam Kourvaris, to breakdown the hall of fame candidacy of former NFL running back Fred Taylor. Jim and Sam first discuss the rare size and speed Taylor possessed and his 234-yard performance against the Steelers in 2000 (6:29). Next, they talk about Tony Boselli, Taylor's place on the career NFL rushing list, his ridiculously high yards per carry average, and Adrian Peterson (27:41). Finally, they discuss the abundance of AFC running back talent in the 2000s (44:57), before making a decision on whether or not Taylor deserves to be in Canton (53:01).
Episode 3 Dante' and Nelson discuss new NFL combine protocols, Deshaun Watson, Philip Rivers retirement, Eagles new HC, Dwayne Haskins signing with the Steelers, Does Big Ben and Drew Brees retire? Our 2021 HOF class, should Fred Taylor be a hall of famer? Preview and Picks for the AFC AND NFC Championship.