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Join Chris tonight as he analyzes the trade that will put Alex Smith in the AFC West as the quarterback of the Kansas City Chief. In the second hour he is going to take a look at the latest NBA News. Join the Conversation! (347)945-6008
Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy welcome a special guest, Alex Smith, author of "Getting Home". Tonight Nurse Amy interviews Alex as he discusses strategies for staying safe and being prepared while out of your house. He will explain everyday carry items, vehicle preps and get home bags and share tactics on making it home during rough times. Thanks! www.DoomandBloom.net
On tonight's edition of the TSL Podcast, Jovan Alford will be joined by Gavin Davis and Erskine Hinds as they talk preview the 2014 NFL season.
The topics that they will be talking about is tomorrow night's Packers-Seahawks game, the NFL's policies on suspensions, the big money contracts that were given to Andy Dalton, Alex Smith, and J.J. Watt, and finally one team that will surprise us and one team that will disappoint us this season.
In a game that I think could have huge playoff implications, the Titans' defense stepped up in a major way along with the signing of kicker Ryan Succop. Jason McCourty was the one cornerback I had no questions about coming into the season, and he made my feelings justified with his play today. McCourty had two interceptions on the day as well as a hit that caused a third thrown by Alex Smith. Jake Locker also had a solid day in general outside of taking a few more sacks than I'd like to see. I'll break down the game with the Red Light Sports Network's Chiefs show host, Ben Holzhueter.
Everyone is getting paid this week in Sports. Kevin Durant and JJ watt made 400 Million combined. Alex Smith gets his extension. Wes Welker likes to party and its costing him 4 Games this time.
WillisTheWall, genius poster from 49erswebzone.com breaks down Alex Smith and his greatness and goes into detail why Alex Smith is better than Tom Brady.
A new voice in sports radio Each Tuesday I will tackle the hottest topics in the world of sports as well as take listener calls and social media interaction. I will offer my take on these topics.
I welcome Matt back in the co-host chair again tonight to help me talk all the best in sports coverage:
Latest News; Michael Sam, Raiders QB situation, new domestic abuse policy/Ray McDonald, JJ Watt/Alex Smith contracts, and Jim Irsay suspension
Season Preview & Super Bowl predictions
Weekend recap; who were the winners and losers of week 1?
Week 2 preview; Notre Dame – Michigan & Other big matchups for week 2
Phillies combined no-hitter; Should Hamels have been pulled?
All of these topics plus listener calls, tweets, questions and more.
Ryan Scott Hall and His Dirkness from AHPKC.com breakdown the Chiefs second game of the 2014 NFL season. Kansas City travels to Denver to face Peyton Manning and the division-rival Broncos, who swept the two-game series last season. The Chiefs are reeling from the season-ending injuries to defensive stalwart Derrick Johnson, starting defensive end Mike DeVito and offensive lineman Jeff Allen.
The Amateur Hour crew will take questions from Twitter and Facebook, interact on the BlogTalk Live Chat and will take LIVE callers all throughout the show.
THE MOST FUN, LEAST PROFESSIONAL POSTGAME SHOW IN KANSAS CITY.
Ryan Scott Hall and His Dirkness from AHPKC.com breakdown the Chiefs first game of the 2014 NFL season. Kansas City plays host to the Tennessee Titans, a team they defeated in Nashville 26-17 last year. They'll take questions from Twitter and Facebook, interact on the BlogTalk Live Chat and will take LIVE callers all throughout the show. If you're lucky, they'll even spend a few minutes with The Bloggfather Joel Thorman to talk about the gameday experience at Arrowhead.
Tuesday New 'The Business of Injustice' - SB Barber Morning Show & The Crew Elder Devin 'D' Miller & VJ Smith with guest Neva Walker (CA) talk about her recent trip to Ferguson. Neva is a long-time youth worker, community organizer and political leader from Minneapolis who relocated to the Bay Area five years ago. At age 28, Neva was the first African American woman elected to the Minnesota Legislature in the state’s history. She ran a precedent-setting grassroots election campaign that involved young people of color at every level of leadership. She was chair of the Mental Health Committee. In 2011, Neva became Executive Director of Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth in San Francisco and also, also the Executive Director of their sister organization, Coleman Action Fund.
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