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If you know Johnny Davis, you know he’s a good guy, now. He wasn’t that way when he was young, and you know what? No one probably could have told him he was going to have a show where he would be throwing down the jamms. And the reason why I spelled it JAMMS and not JAMS, is because Johnny Graham Carcker (Cracker) Davis is popping them preferences, just for all of you who have learned to love this show. THE HONEY COMB HIDEOUT is on the real, all kinds, all types, all styles, all and all we sho love to ball! Johnny Davis also does his show after KINGS IN THE MORNING on Wednesdays, and it’s WILD! I’m going to pretend I’m Chuck Berry and yell, GO JOHNNY GO!
Hosted by Earnest 'EJ' Christian
•EJ explains why RG3 will not succeed unless he gets the hell out of Washington DC
•TV/Film Critic Dan Buffa of KSDK in St. Louis and DoseOfBuffa.com joins to talk about the season finale of HBO's Ballers and whether it has a strong future
•The AFC is wide open, ladies and gentleman and EJ explains why it's anyone's ball game to win the conference
•Writer /Podcaster of SB Nation's Amazin' Avenue Jeffery Paternostro joins the podcast to talk all things Mets.
The St. Louis police shooting
Could teen have run with severed spine after being shot by police?
The St. Louis police shooting death of 18-year-old Mansur Ball-Bey sparked days of protests earlier this month, and now one searing question has risen to the forefront: How could Ball-Bey have run from police after his spinal cord was severed? Call in your thoughts .
In the "Mostly hypothetical discussion" edition, Jeffrey and Chris discuss what Mets they would like to have a late night snack with, try to figure out what is going on with the Mets offense (and for the first time in the podcast's history, the incredulity is positive!), revel in the Summer of Flores, consider the near-term futures of Logan Verrett and Noah Syndergaard, and question the Nationals current PR strategy. Normally we would answer your e-mails next, but there are too many, and Jeffrey has no internet set up in his new apartment. So instead we just wrap things up with an IFK Goteborg update. (We will be back this weekend for all of your e-mails, which are now stretching into the double digits).
We talk all things basketball with former UCLA & NBA sharpshooter, Tracy Murray.
The injury bug has hit two of Wisconsin's main football teams.
Which five starting offensive linemen will we see for the Wisconsin Badgers on Sept. 5 against the Alabama Crimson Tide, and how will it affect their ability to move the ball?
Jordy Nelson's knee injury will keep him out for the 2015 NFL season. How much of an impact will that make on the Green Bay Packers offense, and how badly does this hurt their chances at a Super Bowl run?
Our Special Guest: NFL Player Representative: Scott N. Bergman
Mr. Bergman is an experienced trial attorney whose practice has now completed over 2500 client matters mostly revolving around personal injury law for victims' rights against the hard ball, name brand insurance companies who gives no mercy to victims who are injured by their insureds. While Mr. Bergman practices in the State of Maryland and Washington DC, he has developed a handpicked nationwide network of other Law Firms to assist his Firm with cases that may need joint legal assistance in other venues outside the DMV metro area.
Mr. Bergman also practices law for business clients in the legal arena of business to business collections and contracts law for his commercial clients. Mr. Bergman also is a nationally licensed NFL agent for various client players and zealously markets his client players to the 32 NFL clubs within the United States.
Mr. Bergman earned his JD law degree in 1994 from The John Marshall Law School, his MBA 1991-1992 from the New York Institute of Technology and his BA degree in 1990 from Florida Atlantic University with study at the U of Denver 1987-1989.
Law offices of Scott N Bergman are located in Washington DC and Rockville MD.www.bergmanslaw.com/NFL-Player-Representation.shtml Reach him on SBergman@BergmanLaw.com 800-631-4841 or 301-330-4444.
Ken Kraetzer reports on veterans, the military, college athletics and business. Reach him on firstname.lastname@example.org. Facebook/Youtube/LinkedIn: Ken Kraetzer Twitter: SonsLegionRadio
Does it ever seem that some athletes hold on to their professional careers too long? Well, that might be easy for you to say if you've never walked in their shoes or if you don't understand what motivates them. 46-year old Roy Jones, Jr. is a former world champion and in the 90's considered to be the fighter of the decade. Well, Jones is back in the ring and many people are asking why. Jones joins us to talk about his career, his future plans and some of his business dealings as he prepares to face Danny Sanitago in St. Marteen August 29th. It's football season, so we will of course talk about what's happening around the NFL. Injuries, roster updates and more. Plus we'll talk about the Houston Texans and have our weekly "Hard Knocks" update. Then we'll talk a little baseball and see if your crystal ball can give us any insight into posteason. The Houston Astros are trying to make the playoffs for the first time in a decade. If rookie sensation Carlos Correa has anything to say about they will! All of this and more as we get you ready to have "Chalk Talk" in the board room; classroom or whatever room you need to impress in.
The NFC South was created, in 2002. The only team, from the division, who has not went to the Super Bowl are the Atlanta Falcons. No team had won back to back division titles, until last year. The Carolina Panthers defended their NFC South title. However, there was much debate about them hosting a wild card game, because of their 7-8-1 record. Will this years division champion eclipse the .500 mark?
Can the Carolina Panthers make it three division titles, in a row? The Panthers did not make any major moves in free agency. They picked up a few role players, and the only real loss was DeAngelo Williams. However, he has had a history of nagging injuries, and signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The biggest news before the season is the lose of Kelvin Benjamin. He tore his ACL during practice. This could be a big blow offensively. Defensively, they have a kid named Luke Kuechly, who is one of the best tacklers, in the NFL. They have a good front seven, and added depth by drafting linebacker Shaq Thompson. The secondary could be a question mark, but with a good pass rush, you can take pressure of average cornerbacks.
After failing to make the Super Bowl, and then having a disappointing 2014, Mike Smith was fired as the Atlanta Falcons coach. The Atlanta defense can only go one direction, and that is up. After finishing dead last in yards allowed per game, they signed a handful of defensive players, and then added more with their first two picks. Vic Beasley and Jalen Collins could be inserted into the starting lineup sooner than later. Offensively, Matt Ryan has Julio Jones and Roddy White to toss the ball to. DeVonta Freeman will get his chance at running back.
Jameis Winston was the first overall pick, by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Lovie Smith will need to turn this team around to keep his job, after a disappointing 2-14 season.
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