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  • 00:45

    Guest:Joe Kelly Former Cincinnati Bengals Linebacker!

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    Our guest this week will be former NFL linebacker Joe kelly, Joe starred for the legendary coach Don James at the University of Washington. He helped Guide the Huskies to an upset win in the 1985 Orange Bowl, they finished the season the second ranked team in the nation behind BYU. His senior year he was named the captain of the team and was named an all-american and first team all Pac 10. After his career he was named to the University of Washington's all-century team. He was drafted in the first round of the 1986 NFL draft by the Cincinnati bengals where he would go on to start at Linebacker in the Super Bowl 23 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Played 11 seasons overall 4 with the bengals and then stints with the Jets,Raiders,Rams,Packers and Eagles.

  • 01:59

    The Sonnie Cruz Show with Special Guest Jamie Winborn former NFL Linebacker

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    Tonight we will be joined with special guest Jamie Winborn, retired NFL Linebacker who played 9 seasons in the NFL. Was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers, played for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Denver Broncos, Atlanta Falcons, Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans.


    We will also recap the last and final week as the Seahawks defeat the Green Bay Packers and move on to Super Bowl 49 to take on the New England Patriots who defeated Indianapolis to make Super Bowl 49 to take on the Seattle Seahawks.


    We will also talk about Rex Ryan who is officially the new head coach for the Buffalo Bills. We will give our thoughts on the hiring for the Bills. the Oakland Raiders have hired Jack Del Rio and their new head coach and the 49ers have named DL coach Jim Tomsula their new head coach, and Gary Kubiak was hired as Denver Broncos head coach as well. Today on the latest news the Baltimore Ravens hire Marc Trestman as their OC.


    We will take your calls at 646-478-5337 and read your tweets via twitter to @SonnieCruz1.

  • 00:45

    GUEST:Robert Brazile Former Houston Oilers Pro Bowl Linebacker

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    We have a special guest on our Thursday night edition of "The Grueling Truth" as we are joined by one of the greatest outside linebackers in NFL history. Robert Brazile was drafted in the first round of the 1975 NFL Draft out of Jackson.State University. He went on to be named the NFL's defensive rookie of the year and became the prototypical pass rushing Linebacker in a career that led to 7 staright pro bowls under the guidance of Coaching Legend Bum Phillips. Brazile was named to the NFL all-decade team for the 1970's.

  • 00:45

    Guest: Levon Kirkland 2 Time NFL Pro Bowl Linebacker

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    Our guest this week will be Levon Kirkland who was generally recognized as one of the top linebacker's in the NFL for over a decade. Besides being a 2 time All-Pro selection, Levon helped lead the Steelers to Super Bowl 30 where he was a key part of holding the vaunted Cowboys rushing attack to just 56 yards. Levon went on to play for the Seattle Seahawks and then finished his career with the Philadelphia eagles. Join us as we talk to Levon about his career and what he has been doing since he finished his playing career.

  • 01:59

    The Sonnie Cruz Show, An NFL Life With Linebacker Jamie Winborn

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    Tonight Sonnie Cruz will begin the show by recapping week 16 in the NFL by looking back at all of week 16 NFL games starting with Thursday night, Satursday, Sunday and Monday games. We'll also take a look at the latest NFL playoff picture for both the AFC and NFC.


    We will talk a lot of NFL with the teams that are still alive and are not alive for the playoff run this season. We will give our thoughts on some of the big games from this week and more.


    We will take your calls at 646-478-5337 and read your tweets via twitter to @SonnieCruz1.

  • 00:32


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    NOTE: THERE IS A 1 MINUTE DELAY AFTER OPENING COMMERCIAL ENDS AND PROGRAM BEGINS.  Keith Mitchell, a former Pro Bowl linebacker with the New Orleans Saints, talks about his journey from NFL star to a popular yoga and meditation teacher.  At a New York yoga festival Mitchell reflected on his transformation.  “That’s so different from where I’ve come from because normally when I’d journey to the East Coast and New York City I would not be bringing peace typically. We would come here to beat up on the New York Giants and New York Jets.”

    While it may seem strange to see a retired NFL veteran leading an outdoor yoga festival, Mitchell’s journey to his current profession as a certified yoga and meditation instructor actually started with a very scary moment on the football field in 2003.  In a Week Two game versus the Buffalo Bills, Mitchell, then playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars, ended up suffering a serious injury when making a tackle.  

    While he tried to briefly return to the field after the injury, Mitchell’s NFL career was done. Now living in Los Angeles, Mitchell gravitated to yoga and meditation more and more over the past decade as he sought a way to make peace with the physical and mental consequences of no longer being a football player.

    “Unless you create a system of healing or working through it, it just gets bigger and bigger and it grows and manifests. The family that person gets involved with or the kids they have, they suffer.”  Join us for Keith's triumphant story.

    Instagram and Facebook Keith at:  keithmitchell59


  • 00:43

    True Sport Radio featuring NFL Linebacker Andra Davis Ep 02

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    Tune in as former 10 year NFL veteran Andra Davis gives us his take on his road to success and how he overcame failures and disappointment. How he fought depression after retirement and became spiritually grounded and motivated to empower and motivate others. It's a unique story and one that you don't want to miss.

     Tune in at 11am est and also find out my true sport pick of the week.

    Follow @Andradavis54  Twitter and IG

    Follow @chasitymelvin Twitter IG

  • 00:24

    Joe Burger - Ohio State Linebacker

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    Joe Burger talks Ohio State Football TONIGHT on Lancer Line!

  • 00:41

    Takeo Spikes

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    Takeo Spikes joins Joe Lisi on The Weekly Blitz. Takeo Spikes was an outstanding linebacker at Auburn University from 1995-1998. He became a first round draft pick in the 1998 NFL Draft (13th overall) by the Cincinnati Bengals and had an amazing 15 year career in the NFL with the Bengals, Bills, 49'ers and Chargers. 

    In his NFL career, Spikes recorded 1,423 tackles, 29 sacks, 19 interceptions and 15 forced fumbles. 

    Spikes had a great NFL career and is a roel model off the field asa well. Currently, Spikes is affiliated with the Jack Brewer Foundation which helps impoverished communities in the United States and abroad. Spikes recently returned from a trip to Haiti which JBF brought much needed relied to the country in helping people recover from the devastating earthquakes. 


  • 01:07

    The Nikki Rich Show Motivatedd Mondays with NFL Jasper Brinkley

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    The Nikki Rich Show Sports talks withNFL Dallas  Cowboys Jasper Brinkley.  In past years, played college football for the University of South Carolina. and was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the fifth round of 2009 NFL Draft (150 overall).

  • 00:25

    More Than a Pro

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    Levar Fisher is an awarded college athlete who became a successful pro, captaining not one – but two NFL teams, and later taking that leadership role to the stage as a sought – after motivational speaker.  His amazing story has inspired audiences’ nationwide - receiving praise from notables like author and speaker, Les Brown and former Florida State Football Coach, Chuck Amato. Surprisingly, Levar’s rise to the top isn’t because he hasn’t made mistakes...but because he has made the mistakes and has learned how to channel them into positives.

    Growing up in a small eastern, North Carolina town, Levar didn’t find a lot to keep him out of trouble or way from a Burger King.  Subsequently, he received his first motivation for success from bullies who made fun of his weight and his dreams of playing professional football.  A few years and lot of hard work later, Levar was recruited by North Carolina State University, attending on a full football scholarship.  He made 1st team All - ACC selection in 1999, claiming that honor again in 2000 and 2001, as well as ACC’s Defensive Player of the year. He was a Butkus Semi Finalist for Best Linebacker in the Country 2000 and 2001, and a 2000 Bronko Nagurski Finalist (Best Defensive Player in the Country).  You don’t become that good as a linebacker without a few tackles (try 492 for a career), and when you are really competitive, you lead the nation in tackles per game with (15.1, 166 for the year). 

    Today we're going to chat with Levar about his story, the work he does with youth and learn what it means to be "More Than a Pro."