Posts Tagged ‘Rich Eisen’

Sapp shocked — shocked! — when murder case comes up

One had to feel for Ray Lewis on Tuesday. This is supposed to be the big guy’s Final Ride, and yet the Super Bowl’s biggest non-game day event turned into a double whammy for him.

Fantasy Post Mortem: Fantasy Football isn’t fun

Fantasy football stopped being fun for a lot of us in Week 16. Though, I’ve long contended fantasy football isn’t fun. You’re gutted when your team loses, and you’re merely relived when your team wins.

DDFP: Rich Eisen and the 2012 NFL Draft

Episode #65 features an extended visit the Face of the NFL Network, Rich Eisen, who just returned with Shek from the NFL Draft in Manhattan.  The fellas break down which teams succeeded and failed, and also debate the folly of attempting to determine “winners” and “losers” in the speculative exercise of drafting.  Rank and Shek are also reunited with producer Necktie Milner and by resident Dolphins fan, Handsome Hank for thoughts on Miami taking Ryan Tannehill, then discuss John Harbaugh’s critique of the stained Pats’ dynasty.  We hope you’ll enjoy it… but there’s no saying for sure ’til you give it a listen. Subscribe to The DDFP on iTunes.

NFL.com mock full of surprises

Mike Mayock moderated a mock draft featuring selections made by NFL Network analysts and reporters during which a number of curious picks profoundly alter the first round.

Manning: Hard to pick just one team

When Peyton Manning decided to play for the Broncos, he also had to decide not to play for any of the other teams that had pursued him. It was a decision, Manning told NFL Network’s Rich Eisen on Tuesday, that he didn’t take lightly.

Stokley: Manning could be ready to play tomorrow

Brandon Stokley thinks that not only is Peyton Manning ready, he’s going to be the same player he was before.

Run your own 40-yard dash

Most of us wouldn’t do too well in a 40-yard dash against a football player. But matched against Rich Eisen, running in a suit? Yeah, we could take him.

Master chef Besh links NFL stars to culinary delights

Celebrated chef John Besh spoke with NFL.com on Friday and played a little word-association game involving the Patriots, Giants and some of the NFL’s biggest stars.

Madonna creates singular scene on Radio Row

Madonna, the halftime performer for Super Bowl XLVI, showed up for a chat with NFL Network at Radio Row.

Luck tells Eisen he’d like to be No. 1 pick

When NFL Network’s Rich Eisen sat down with Luck for an exclusive one-on-one Thursday, he asked the Stanford quarterback how the words “Andrew Luck” and “Indianapolis” sound together.

Irsay: Manning decision ‘isn’t about the money’

Colts owner Jim Irsay is facing some harsh realities when it comes to the future of QB Peyton Manning. Those realities, however, are filled with the uncertainty of the quarterback’s recovery, a situation Irsay has spent much of the last several weeks doing his best to explain.

Eisen’s wounded ducks save Irvin from tank (initially)

Michael Irvin and Kurt Warner sat inches above water in a rented dunk tank Sunday, desperately needing their “NFL GameDay Morning” colleagues to poorly aim a football. They all did — especially Rich Eisen — but both Irvin and Warner still ended up wet.

First and 10: Put your voting hat on

Friday is the last chance to have your say in who wins top honors for last weekend’s games by voting for the NFL’s Hardest Working Man award, the Rookie of the Week, Air & Ground Player of the Week, and Never Say Never Moment of the Week. And don’t forget to fill out your Pro Bowl ballot!

First and 10: Get those ballots in

Friday is the last chance to have your say in who wins top honors for last weekend’s games by voting for the NFL’s Hardest Working Man award, the Rookie of the Week, Air & Ground Player of the Week, and Never Say Never Moment of the Week.

First and 10: Lockout-free edition (almost)

We know you’ve been through a lot the last 24 hours waiting impatiently for an end to the lockout. But it is Friday, so let’s try to enjoy it. How about a lockout-free First and 10? There’s plenty of non-lockout football here on NFL.com. So dig in.

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