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  • 00:30

    Rams on the Move!

    in Basketball

    Welcome back to another wonderful episode of "The Jay Byrd Show!"

  • 00:29

    Bears vs 49ers Recap

    in Sports

    David Chasanov and Jacob Karb discuss the Chicago Bears vs San Fransisco 49ers game and what went wrong with the Bears side of the football. Can the Bears turn it around against the Redskins next week? Are the Bears playoff hopes fading away? Did the Bears miss a big opportunity today? Two Bears fans discuss.

  • 00:15

    What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From The Rams Return To L.A.

    in Business

    I am ecstatic over the return of the Rams to Los Angeles,  I’ve waited for the NFL owners to finally do something for the second largest NFL market.  I refused to follow other California teams because I knew one day L.A. would get a team, and it did with the return of the Rams.


    I’m not looking at this with rose colored glasses.  I’m well aware that it was money that brought back the Rams, just like it was money that landed them in St. Louis.  They say the love of money is the root of all evil.


    In this Episode of Enrichment Radio I discuss what entrepreneurs can learn from this historic business transaction.  I look at the motives of the owners and the fans.  I expound upon the necessary core values one needs to have in order to be a successful entrepreneur while maintaining one’s integrity.

  • 01:01

    National Championship recap, Chargers, Raiders, Rams and Andrew Smith

    in Sports

    We will have the latest news on the #Chargers, #Rams and #Raiders as one of those teams WILL be relocating to Inglewood, California. We will also talk about the wild National Championship and TB and Bryan will discuss if Nick Saban is the G.O.A.T (Greatest of All Time).


    We will also play the interview that Brad Stevens conducted with reporters, talking about his former player (Andrew Smith) that passed away from cancer this morning.


    All of this and more as we are LIVE


     


     


     

  • 01:33

    NINERS LIKE US / 49ERS NEW COACH CHIP KELLY

    in Football

    Tonight we have a special show to welcome Chip Kelly to the 49ers family.What are the challenges for him and his coaching staff.

  • 00:30

    Tim Ryan Discusses the 49ers, Trent Baalke May Stop By

    in Sports

    What does Tim Ryan think the 49ers need to do? He'll tell you. He likes telling you stuff. And Trent Baalke knows what it takes to win. And it's not what you think.

  • 00:26

    Chattin 49ers with Dean Presented by RLSN

    in Football

    We will be taking a look at what the 49ers did against the Seattle Seahawks. Do they still have a shot at the playoffs? Did Bowman return or will he return this year? How can the 49ers get back to being a playoff team next year.

  • 01:28

    Mr. C J Brewer San Francisco 49ers

    in Christianity

    Mr. C.J. Brewer Wide Receiver


    God has blessed to have C.J. Brewer to come and share with us his football days and things from his past. Where he attended school to where he has landed.I spoke with CJ and ask a few questions about his life and I was surprised at his humble answers. My honest opinion of C.J. is he is a one of a kind man. C.J has a great heart to help low income communities and support at risk youth by sharing and showing he care by speaking with the kids, shaking hands with parents, I made chicken wings and fries for him and Darnelle Mote. He love the homemade brownies. The kids were excited and one uncle bought his nephew two footballs for C.J. to sign. It was a wonderful day.


    Brewer also played in the afl. Brewer was given a free agent contract with the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League, on May 2, 2006. He spent that season on the team's practice squad. However, he missed the 2007 season after tearing a ligament in his right knee. He was waived by the team after the 2008 season.


     


     

  • 01:17

    Pulse of the Pack: Rams, You're Next!

    in Football

    The Green Bay Packers are 4-0 and returning home for two weeks followed by their bye week.  The win over the San Francisco 49ers was yet another monkey off the Packers' backs and now it's time to focus on just beating everyone else on the schedule.  The Packers came out of the game with no new injuries and now prepare for one of the NFL's best defenses in the St. Louis Rams.  The Packers offense wasn't superb against the '9ers but the defense played lights out.  Who stood out against San Francisco and can they duplicate that effort against the Rams?  Can the Packers manage another win without some of their key pieces?  Will the game against the Rams be a shootout or a low-scoring defensive battle?  Jacob and Jason break it all down on this latest installment of Pulse!


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    Pulse of the Pack is your weekly stop for what's new with the Green Bay Packers. Jacob Westendorf of Today's Pigskin and Jason Perone of CheeseheadTV bring "Pulse" to the Packers Talk Network. Be sure to follow the guys on Twitter at @JacobWestendorf and @JasonPerone.

  • 01:02

    Adam Archuleta of CBS Sports talks Broncos vs Panthers in SB50 & Rams to LA

    in Sports

    We start our show discussing the road to Super Bowl 50, where the match up is Broncos vs Panthers. How did the Broncos and Panthers win? We will be joined by Adam Archuleta CBS Sports NFL Broadcaster and Former NFL Player who played in the Super Bowl for the St. Louis Rams. We will ask him to analyze the games and his early thoughts on SB50, plus the Rams move from STL to LA. Now we have Peyton Manning vs Cam Newton, The Sheriff vs Superman. Next up we will look at the NBA standings with Warriors vs Spurs and Bulls big win over Cavs and more. We finish the show with College Hoops Top 25 and should UNC or Oklahoma be #1? Join us 1PM ET Call in 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com

  • 00:31

    Rams no longer calling St. Louis home and teams fill head coaching vacancies

    in Sports

    As eight teams prepare for the next step in winning the Lombardi Trophy, the NFL had other headlines this week. The NFL owners approved the relocation application for the St. Louis Rams and granted the San Diego Chargers an option to relocate. Stan Kroenke, the owner of the Rams, has a plan for a new state of the art stadium for the Los Angeles Rams. The Chargers could work out a deal to stay in San Diego, or accpet the option to move to Los Angeles. Should the Chargers decline, this could open the door for the Oakland Raiders to move.


    Three teams, the New York Giants, Cleveland Browns, and Miami Dolphins have filled their head coaching vacancies. Ben McAdoo, the Giants offensive coordinator, was officially hired as the head coach. The Giants offense finished eigth in total yards under McAdoo. Hue Jackson, the Bengals offensive coordinator, will stay in the division and head the Cleveland Browns. Jackson coached the Oakland Raiders in 2011, guiding them to an 8-8 record. However, after starting 7-4 they missed the playoffs. When new GM Reggie Mackenzie was hired, Jackson was fired and went to Cincinnati. Adam Gase will finally get a chance to be a head coach. The Miami Dolphins named Gase head coach, after spending the past year as the offensive coordinator of the Chicago Bears. After Gase was passed up to be the Denver Broncos coach, he followed his boss; John Fox, to Chicago. Gase had been on the Broncos coaching staff from 2009-2014, spending 2013-2014 as offensive coordinator.