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463. Hall-of-Famer Tim Brown

Seth Everett July 11, 2024

Tim Brown is one of the greatest wide receivers of all time. He spent sixteen years with the Los Angeles / Oakland Raiders. A 9x Pro Bowler, Brown caught 100 touchdown passes and holds the record for most consecutive starts by a receiver with 176.

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461. Joe Theismann Returns

Seth Everett June 26, 2024

Former NFL quarterback and broadcaster Joe Theismann returns to the podcast for the first time in three years. His previous appearance was Episode 306. In it, we spoke about his incredible football career and the catastrophic leg injury that ended it.

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460. Former NBA Player, Coach Vinny Del Negro

Seth Everett June 19, 2024

Vinny Del Negro played in the NBA from 1988-2001, as well as playing and winning an Italian League Championship. He starred in college at NC State and played most of his games for the San Antonio Spurs. He also had two NBA coaching stints with the Chicago Bulls & LA […]

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459. Orlando Sportscaster Jamie Seh

Seth Everett June 12, 2024

Jamie Seh is the News 6 Sports Director in Orlando, Florida. She can be seen nightly doing the sportscast at 6 pm and 11 pm. Jamie has been in Orlando for nearly 15 years. She is an alumnus of the Newhouse School at Syracuse University & served as the Sports […]

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456. Glen Macnow

Seth Everett May 22, 2024

Glen Macnow has been on WIP since 1993. He is known as a hard-nosed reporter and author of regional best-sellers. He also hosts the Philadelphia Eagles official radio pre-game show and has been a commentator on Phillies and Flyers broadcasts. He has hosted more than 7,000 shows.