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Former Rams Pro Bowl QB Jim Everett stops by plus check out this week's Spotlight on the Positive. This week we spotlight the Tennessee Titans and their Titans Tuesday program plus the Miami Dolphins organization plus several of their players help out Miami Central High School whose football team was stranded in Las Vegas when Hurrican Irma hit.

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Jeff shared his memories of Dan Rooney and how much all the players cared about him and the Rooney family. He also talked about the difficulty in kicking at Heinz Field when it first opened plus his relationship with the fans.

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Kerry talked about how difficult it is now to play DB in the NFL with all of the rules changes. He also talked about his relationship with "Shules" (Don Shula) and why he was such a great Head Coach.

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Richmond talked about what it was like battling Hall of Famer Bruce Smith twice a year throughout the decade of the 90's. He also responded to E.J. Junior's comment about how E.J. knew how to beat him in a pass rush.

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Moose shared his thoughts and concerns about what he's seen so far this season from the Panthers, good defense but sketchy play from Cam Newton. He also shared stories from his time playing in college at Michigan State.

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E.J. reflected back on his time at Alabama and what it was like to win back to back National Championships and why he thinks they robbed of a third. He also talked about his time in Miami and practicing against one of our other guests Richmond Webb.

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Beau shared his insights and expectations for the Falcons this season and why the Braves didn't live up to his expecations this season.

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It's our Thursday Night Tailgate 6th Anniversary Special and 4th Annual Guest Hall of Fame Inductions. This year we talk with and honor: the Dean of Atlanta Sports Talk Radio, Beau Bock; former Cardinals & Dolphins Pro Bowl LB E.J. Junior; former Panthers & Bears Pro Bowl WR Muhsin Muhammad; former Dolphins Pro Bowl LT Richmond Webb; former Jets & Dolphins DB Kerry Glenn; and former Steelers Kicker Jeff Reed.

Beau Bock - Beau shared his insights and expectations for the Falcons this season and why the Braves didn't live up to his expecations for them this season.

E.J. Junior - E.J. reflected back on his time at Alabama and what it was like to win back to back National Championships and why he thinks they robbed of a third. He also talked about his time in Miami and practicing against one of our other guests Richmond Webb.

Muhsin Muhammd - Moose shared his thoughts and concerns about what he's seen so far this season from the Panthers, good defense but sketchy play from Cam Newton. He also shared stories from his time playing in college at Michigan State.

Richmond Webb - Richmond talked about what it was like battling Hall of Famer Bruce Smith twice a year throughout the decade of the 90's. He also responded to E.J. Junior's comment about how E.J. knew how to beat him in a pass rush.

Kerry Glenn - Kerry talked about how difficult it is now to play DB in the NFL with all of the rules changes. He also talked about his relationship with "Shules" (Don Shula) and why he was such a great Head Coach.

Jeff Reed - Jeff shared his memories of Dan Rooney and how much all the players cared about him and the Rooney family. He also talked about the difficulty in kicking at Heinz Field when it first opened plus his relationship with the fans.

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Hear about what Ben Roethlisberger is doing for rescue dogs in Pittsburgh and every city they travel to this season and Malcolm Jenkins' Foundaton that helps kids learn and apply subjects like Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Athletics, and Mathematics through hands on experience.

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Herman shared his insights on his alma mater the University of Virginia and the direction the program is going in. He also shared his memories of their big win over Penn State in 1989 and their tough loss to Georgia Tech in 1990, when Virginia was the #1 team in the country. Herman talked about the racial tension in Charlottesville, which is where the University of Virginia is located.

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Tony Collins - Tony joined us went through our 5 Star Picks of the Week for Week 2 of the 2017 season.

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Anne Jewell - Anne updated us on some of the great exhibits they have on display at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory including one featuring Muhammad Ali and Hank Aaron in the context of Civil Rights. She also shared her experience receiving death threats and racial slurs after announcing they were recognizing Frank Robinson as a Living Legend a few years ago.

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Paul joined us and shared his insights on the Steelers and Penguins. We got his reaction from the Steelers/Browns game, why the offense struggled so much, on whether fellow Penn State alumni Jesse James can be the guy at TE, trying not to overreact but how excited should Steelers fans be about T.J. Watt, and the chances that the Penguins can make it a three peat.

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John Luke - John is an Auctioneer on A&E's Storage Wars. He also does actions around the country and hosts events for corporations, celebrities and high end estates. John is also a big New York sports fan including the Jets. We got his thoughts on the Jets season and the direction the team is going in. He also shared some stories on some the great players and celebrities he's gotten to meet over the years.

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On this edition of Thursday Night Tailgate we were joined by: former Lions Pro Bowl WR Herman Moore; Louisville Slugger Museum & Factor Executive Director Anne Jewell; AT&T Sports Net Pittsburgh Host and TNT Hall of Famer, Paul Alexander; and A&E's Storage Wars Auctioneer, John Luke. Plus former Patriots Pro Bowl RB Tony Collins joined us for our 5 Star Picks of the Week.

Herman Moore - Herman shared his insights on his alma mater the University of Virginia and the direction the program is going in. He also shared his memories of their big win over Penn State in 1989 and their tough loss to Georgia Tech in 1990 when Virginia was the #1 team in the country. Herman talked about the racial tension in Charlottesville which is where the University of Virginia is located.

Tony Collins - Tony joined us went through our 5 Star Picks of the Week for Week 2 of the 2017 season.

Anne Jewell - Anne updated us on some of the great exhibits they have on display at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory including one featuring Muhammad Ali and Hank Aaron in the context of Civil Rights. She also shared her experience receiving death threats and racial slurs after announcing they were recognizing Frank Robinson as a Living Legend a few years ago.

Paul Alexander - Paul shared his insights on the Steelers and Penguins. We got his reaction from the Steelers/Browns game, why the offense struggled so much and whether the Penguins can make it a three peat.

John Luke - John is an Auctioneer on A&E's Storage Wars. He also does actions around the country and hosts events for corporations, celebrity events and high end estates. John is also a big New York Jets fan. We got John's thoughts on the Jets season and the direction the team is going in. He also shared some stories on some the great players and celebrities he's gotten to meet over the years.

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This week's Spotlight on the Positive is on University of Minnesota Head Coach P.J. Fleck and the Jets Anti Bullying Campaign.

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Former Jets, Falcons & Lions Safety Erik Coleman joined us and shared his thoughts on his alma mater Washington State and the PAC-12 Conference. He also shared his insights on the Jets, what it was like when he was there, a couple of big interceptions he had during his first two games as a rookie and his welcome to the NFL moment.

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Former Penn State, Patriots, Bills, & Ravens Pro Bowl FB Sam Gash joined us and shared his memories from playing at Penn State and the Pitt/Penn State rivalry. He also talked about being drafted by a very different Patriots team, one that finished (1-15) and (6-10) the two years prior to when he was drafted. Hear that and a whole lot more from Sam on this segment of the show.

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Former Jets & Bucs TE Anthony Becht shares this insights on the Bucs, their QB Jameis Winston, TE Cameron Brate, the Jets season and a whole lot more...

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Former Patriots Pro Bowl RB Tony Collins joins us to go through our 5 Star Pick of the Week for Week 1 of the NFL Season.

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