This week we're joined by Pro Football Hall of Fame Board Member James Allen, former Patriots RB Tony Collins, Former Chiefs and Jets Kicker Nick Lowery, and former Chargers, Saints, Vikings, & Giants Safety Vencie Glenn. In our Spotlight on the Positive segment hear about the great things that Eagles Safety Rodney McLeod and Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster are doing in their communities.
James Allen updates us on what's going on at the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the huge class they expect to induct in August. He also surprises us with who the funniest member in the Hall is. He's the guy they always saved to speak last because of how great his speeches were.
Tony Collins, Bob, and I make our Super Bowl picks plus Tony shares memories from his experience playing in Super Bowl 20 vs. the '85 Bears in New Orleans.
Nick Lowery talks about the work he's doing to help the homeless in the Phoenix area. He shares stories about his time playing for the Jets and his interactions with Joe Namath, who he says is one of the best people he's ever met. He also talks about the joy following the Chiefs Super Bowl victory last year and the keys to this year's game.
Vencie Glenn reflects back on the 1986 Senior Bowl and the mid-air collision he and Mark Collins had with Bo Jackson as Bo leap for the endzone. We also hear about his 103-yard interception return against John Elway and the Broncos, and what he thinks the Bucs need to do to defend against Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce.