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Steve Wyche and Jim Trotter call on their experiences as two black men with 40-plus years combined covering the NFL to bring listeners unfiltered, enlightening, and entertaining conversations about important issues involving the league both on and off the field. Steve and Jim will also talk to the newsmakers and influencers who have impacted both American sports and American culture. It’s the intersection of sports and society that we hope will lead to ongoing, positive and engaging dialogue.
 
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This spring, Mark Pattison finally conquered Mount Everest - completing his journey to climb all seven of the world summits. Mark talks about the challenges and triumphs of his final climb, from navigating the temporary loss of his eyesight to concluding the journey 25 pounds lighter than when he began. For more information about Mark and his journ…
 
Byron Jones knew that eventually, he would trade in competing on the field for competing in the interview room. He started reading personal finance books on his own time in college to make sure he was prepared to excel after football. Now, he works with elementary school kids to teach them about financial literacy. Learn more about your ad-choices …
 
Coach Bill Cowher and Aeneas Williams sit down and talk about his life journey as a husband, Hall of Fame coach for the Steelers, and CBS cohost. Heart and Steel was released on June 1, 2021 and is now available on Amazon. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy NFL
 
NFL-hopeful, Rob Long, had his football career cut short when he was diagnosed with brain cancer. Now in remission, Rob has since founded Uplifting Athletes to support and inspire the rare disease community. New York Giants punter, Riley Dixon, sits down with Rob, his former teammate at Syracuse, to talk about their work with this community. Learn …
 
In honor of Mother's Day, Chester Pitts sits down with Aeneas to talk about his mother held him to extremely high standards his whole life, particularly after a life-changing event when he was 16 years old. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy NFL
 
Rod Woodson, Hall of Famer, and Steven Jackson divulge what it felt like to be picked in the first round of the NFL Draft - and how those expectations drove everything they did throughout their football careers. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy NFL
 
NFL Legend, Chris Kolodziejski, had his football career with the Steelers cut short because of an injury but he took his work ethic to entrepreneurship. Chris walks us through his journey and how he launched his cosmetic company, Chella. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Mark Pattison is inches away from becoming the first NFL player to climb the seven summits with only one mountain left - Mount Everest. Aeneas Williams sits down with him to talk about his experience and discuss how COVID-19 has impacted his journey. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
The Hall of Fame QB joins Steve and Jim to talk about all things quarterbacking in the NFL. Warren tells you why he believes Russell Wilson and the Seahawks are headed for a divorce (17:04) and why Deshaun Watson and the Texans need couples therapy (22:37). Warren talks about the gift and the curse of being the only Black QB in the NFL (26:27) and …
 
The former Browns head coach gives it straight, no chaser to Steve and Jim about why he says he was made a scapegoat during his short tenure in Cleveland (04:33). Jackson explains how he stood his ground for Myles Garrett when the front office wanted to pick quarterback Mitchell Trubisky with the #1 overall pick in the 2017 Draft (10:05). He also s…
 
Jameis is running it back with the New Orleans Saints and he joins Steve and Jim to talk about competing against Taysom Hill for the starting quarterback job (07:37). Jameis says he’ll go after it with a new outlook on the position from the biggest lesson he learned from Drew Brees (12:14). And if he wins it, he says he’s ready to step in for the v…
 
The Bills general manager takes time from his Pro Day circuit to break bread with Steve and Jim. Beane discusses a rule change the Bills will propose next week at the owners meeting which could drastically impact the head coach hiring process (00:26). Beane gives a hint of what a contract extension for his franchise quarterback Josh Allen could loo…
 
The Arizona Cardinals general manager joins Steve and Jim to talk about everything from football to fashion. Keim talks about the team looking to be in “win-now mode” by signing veterans like defensive end J.J. Watt, receiver A.J. Green and center Rodney Hudson (06:21). It’s not all roses, as Keim talks about losing cornerback Patrick Peterson (13:…
 
There would be no Huddle & Flow without you! And while the show is rolling along with more new episodes in the works, we wanted to take a minute and highlight some of the best moments of our first 48 episodes. We hear from New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton and how he spoke his current quarterback situation into existence (08:11). We also he…
 
The Texans new head coach talks with Steve and Jim about why he’s hopeful to have Deshaun Watson as his starting QB for the 2021 season (02:56). Culley also describes his first experience in the head coach interview cycle in 27 seasons as an NFL coach and why he thinks the Texans hired him (11:54). Culley coached Lamar Jackson in Baltimore and he d…
 
The Lions new general manager and North Carolina A&T grad joins Steve and Jim to talk about why trading for Jared Goff won’t stop him from drafting a QB at #7 overall, if there’s a good fit (37:51). It’s a wonder Brad got the job considering he wasn’t on the Lions initial candidate list (15:21). Now in the head seat, he talks of being intentional i…
 
The Rams All-Pro defensive back joins Steve and Jim after his offseason vacation. Jalen talks not wanting to let his “big brother” Aaron Donald down (26:57) as being a big reason why he had his “best season yet” with his new home team (21:41). He also explains why he believes his close friend Deshaun Watson is done with the Texans (18:08) and why h…
 
The NFLPA’s Executive Director DeMaurice Smith and President JC Tretter join Steve and Jim together for a wide-ranging interview. They discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the unprecedented 2020 season (16:26), why the same testing protocols are likely to be in place at the start of the 2021 season (20:12) and JC explains why offseason training for pl…
 
For years Kelvin has used his platform and resources to end the digital divide. He joined Steve and Jim to talk about why that issue is important to him (11:48) and why he believes having broadband internet is a basic human right (14:36). As a Players Coalition task force member, Kelvin has also been at the forefront of the group’s work on criminal…
 
The new Falcons general manager joins Steve and Jim to talk about his learning curve as a first-time GM (12:05). He explains why he initially didn’t want to interview for the Falcons job and how owner Arthur Blank’s book “Good Company” helped sway him (17:11). Jim has a little fun with Terry’s take on Julio Jones’ and Matt Ryan’s futures with the t…
 
The offensive coordinator of the newly crowned Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers joins Steve and Jim. He talks about why he was confident facing the Chiefs for a second time with a title on the line (31:41). After the win Byron basked in what he calls the greatest title parade ever (52:05). And he talks about why we’re witnessing once-in-a-l…
 
The 3-time NBA champion joins the show. Steph talks with Jim and producer Thomas Warren about how his passion for golf and his desire to create opportunities for the next generation led him to help re-establish the golf program at Howard University (10:05). Steph is a known golf buddy with President Obama, and he dishes on their trash-talking sessi…
 
The Hall of Famer joins Steve and Jim. On the show, Derrick talks about being a co-chair of the Super Bowl host committee in the same city where he won a ring (41:51). As far as the game, he talks about what the Chiefs did in last season’s Super Bowl win that could be the key to securing a second straight title (28:16), and why the Bucs defense nee…
 
Steve Wyche and Jim Trotter are joined by the Super Bowl-bound defensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Todd Bowles. Ready to coach in the biggest game of his life, Bowles discusses his team's progression, and how it plans to stifle a seemingly unstoppable Kansas City Chiefs offense (1:59). The conversation deviates from the X's and O's …
 
NFL Legends, Brian Orakpo and Michael Griffin, sit down with Aeneas Williams to talk about their transition from professional athletes to the Cupcake Guys, and what they've learned about starting and running a small business. Tune in to Food Network this Saturday, February 6 at 1pm ET/PT on Food Network and streaming on Discovery+. Learn more about…
 
Steve Wyche and Jim Trotter are joined by former all-pro cornerback turned critically acclaimed actor, Nnamdi Asomugha. Never imagining that he would star in a play, Asomugha describes his journey from football to acting (19:39). The conversation covers a wide variety of topics, including Asomugha's role in 'Sylvie's Love', (29:58), his post-footba…
 
Steve Wyche and Jim Trotter are joined by the ne were joined by the new head coach of the New York Jets Robert Saleh, and no topic is off-limits. Before Saleh joins the podcast, Steve and Jim discuss the lack of diversity hires in the NFL - citing Super Bowl offensive coordinators Eric Bieniemy and Byron Leftwich as potential future minority head c…
 
It was like a Howard University homecoming as Steve and Jim were joined by fellow Bison alum Antoine Bethea, and they all spoke with pride of seeing Kamala Harris - another Howard alum - sworn in as Vice President of the United States (11:40). Bethea also talked about going from a 6th-round pick from an HBCU to a 14-year NFL veteran (23:21), why he…
 
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