Brett Favre, A Great Night In College Hoops, And Guys On Chicks
Pardon My Take
A great night in College Hoops. Illinois crushes Michigan, Baylor's first conference win in 71 years and Duke is officially out in March. (2:52-13:14) JJ Watt to the Cardinals.(13:15-19:30) PFT's Rovell problem.(19:31-25:06) Hot Seat/Cool Throne. (26:30-50:31) Hall of Famer Brett Favre joins the show to talk about his career, his Deshaun Watson comments from a few weeks ago, the time he almost killed John Madden and his best prank. (52:05-1:40:13) Segments include Kings Stay Kings for Dan Campbell,(1:42:46-1:44:14) Sabermetrics (1:44:15-1:48:24) and Guys on Chicks (1:48:25-1:56:50).
Brett Favre talks concussions and treatment with Dr. Jake VanLandingham, who is working to prevent concussions in football, on a special Bolling with Favre
Bolling with Favre
Brett Favre and Eric Bolling get into the science of concussions with Dr. Jake VanLandingham, who is currently working on a drug to help prevent concussions. Brett breaks down his history with concussions, and how he and Jake got connected on this project. We learn a LOT about concussions, the root of the issue, and what can be done to help even prevent or fight back the side effects of a big hit.
At the top of the show, Adam talks to Bryan and Gina about his Willy T. Ribb’s documentary, ‘Uppity’, making yet another films-to-watch list. The guys then chat about ridiculous articles from ‘Good Housekeeping Magazine’. From there, Brett Favre and Eric Bolling join the podcast, and the guys talk about Brett’s recent appearance on Tucker Carlson talking about cheese. Adam also asks the guys for their thoughts on the Super Bowl, as well as some of the more memorable games in Brett’s NFL career. Later, Adam talks about what frustrates him when he watches football, and Brett talks about his relationship with different coaches throughout his life, including his own father. Before the break, the guys chat with a caller about wussy country music, and possible tool tunes. Please support today’s sponsors:SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAMLightstream.com/ADAM Geico.com
Eric Bolling and Brett Favre talk Super Bowl 55, Tom Brady, Favre's thousands of concussions, and we try to teach Brett about Bitcoin on the debut of Bolling with Favre
Bolling with Favre
Eric Bolling and Brett Favre kick off their podcast by diving deep into Super Bowl 55, and Brett Favre has high praise for Tom Brady right out of the gate. Brett also talks about Patrick Mahomes, and the reason Patrick's concussion caught his attention is because he recently learned he likely had thousands of concussions while playing in the NFL. And when talking about Deshaun Watson, Brett says QBs and players today need to focus on being players and not General Managers. We also try to educate Brett on Bitcoin and the stock market, and look at the strange tradition that is Groundhog Day. We also have some fun with a feature called Date, Debate or Terminate! Follow the show on all social platforms @BollingWithFavre and rate and review the show!!
It's a BKR Edition of The Doug Gottlieb Show with Dan Beyer and Jonas Knox filling in. Dan and Jonas look at what's happening in Green Bay and caution Aaron Rodgers from going down the same path as Brett Favre. Super Bowl winning Bear and Hall of Fame Defensive Tackle Dan Hampton joins the guys to take a trip down memory lane and talk about how his '85 Bears could contain Patrick Mahomes. Plus, The John Ramos Show and The Press. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
A revisit to Graham’s 2015 sit down with Brett Favre in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, where the NFL legend sets the record straight on his relationship with Aaron Rodgers and discussions that led to his initial retirement from the Green Bay Packers. Favre also reflects on playing a day after losing his father and beating his pain pill addiction.
Rich starts the hour breaking down the Dodgers facing elimination at the hands of the Braves, and the Astros dramatic walk-off win against the Rays, and which would be the most attractive World Series matchup (4:06). Rich then dives deep into Le’Veon Bell’s signing with the Chiefs and why it could but the Jets in the butt sooner than later (13:35). Hall of Fame QB Brett Favre calls the show to discuss Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Tom Brady, why he’s impressed with this year’s crop of rookie quarterbacks, why he’s fully endorsing CBC for pain management, and you won’t believe what his dad blurted out that time he met Kevin Costner (23:16). Thank you to today's sponsors: Geico = In just 15 minutes you could save 15% or more on car insurance. Visit Geico.com Old Spice = A new line of products for down below. Visit Walmart.com/oldspicebelowdeck Visa = Shop Local with Visa to help support your community. https://usa.visa.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brett Favre: Pro Football Hall of Fame Quarterback | #ThePlaybook 303
On this episode of #ThePlaybook, Brett Favre, Pro Football Hall of Fame Quarterback, shares his thoughts on:[1:21] - How today’s new injury protocols are working to better identify when NFL players have a concussion and the products on the market that are being used treat concussions[12:32] - How he evaluates the different partnership opportunities that he gets presented [14:20] - What some fans don’t understand about the dedication needed to play in the NFL at an elite level[17:30] - His perspective on playing through pain and what it takes to elevate your game in tough circumstances
Issues with NY turf? Why was Brett Favre allowed into the Bucs game? Bill Plaschke joins us
Roggin And Rodney
Is the New York turf to blame for the rash of injuries that the 49ers suffered? Why was Brett Favre allowed to attend the Bucs-Panthers game but players' families arent? Bill Plaschke from the LA Times joins us to talk about Anthony Davis' huge shot against the Nuggets and Lebron not being named MVP.