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A unique perspective on the heroes and personalities of the NFL.

Latest episodes

aired 3 days ago
Detroit Lions cornerback Darius Slay had to grow up fast; Average Joes take on former pros in flag football; a receiver keeps a promise.
aired 11 days ago
A memorable catch phrase from a play-by-play man; profile of football's unlikeliest receivers; prettiest faces in football according to a college professor.
aired 19 days ago
The Kelce brothers; a Super Bowl champion and his gold-medal winning wife; replacement players from the 1987 season finally receive their Super Bowl rings.
aired 24 days ago
Charissa Thompson chats with Doug Marrone -- a no-nonsense coach who loves a bologna sandwich; Drew Brees coaches flag football; learn why Jason Witten was a coach's dream when running a y-option route.
aired 33 days ago
A unique perspective on the heroes and personalities of the NFL.
aired 40 days ago
Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins chats about his life on and off the field; meet the Eagles Unlikely Champions.
aired 44 days ago
Reflecting on the past and looking toward the future.
aired 48 days ago
A look back at the action from the Super Bowl.
aired 256 days ago
A look back at all the sights and sounds from Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis.
aired 256 days ago
Meeting a member of the Baltimore Ravens -- not a player but part of a big sports family -- who somehow seems to be at the center of the on-field Super Bowl celebration each season; the 25th Anniversary of the Cowboys' win in Super Bowl XXVII.
aired 269 days ago
The best of players and coaches wired for sound from 2017; the 50 year anniversary of the first ever NFL Films player wire; Katie Nolan's bloopers.
aired 276 days ago
Last Roll of Film; Super Bowl Coin Toss Malfunctions; The Name Game; Gone But Not Forgotten.
aired 280 days ago
Peyton Manning's statue; Darren Sproles' "sweet feet"; press conference fashion; iconic image from the Ice Bowl turns 50.
aired 293 days ago
A look back at some of the greatest games in NFL history.
aired 296 days ago
A game day birth in Atlanta; a near death experience for a coach in Arizona; Bill Belichick visits one of his first bosses.
aired 304 days ago
A high school team rebounds from a season in which they lost every game and didn't score a point; Hall of Fame career of Seahawks safety Kenny Easley.
aired 313 days ago
Katie Nolan meets with T.Y. Hilton of the Colts; a couple travels to two NFL games in one day; the inspiring story of the Bears' Jordan Howard.
aired 315 days ago
Katie Nolan hosts a roundtable with Andy Reid and five of his former assistant coaches who are now NFL head coaches; Dontari Poe of the Atlanta Falcons, who played for Andy Reid in Kansas City, became a star on both sides of the ball.
aired 326 days ago
A visit to an elementary school; 49ers TE Vernon Davis; a magic lesson with former Packer Don Majkowski.
aired 335 days ago
A look at the career of former head coach Jim Mora who recorded 125 wins in the NFL and also captured two USFL championships.
aired 339 days ago
The Raiders Marquette King teaches Katie Nolan how to punt; the Titans Taylor Lewan is a changed man after becoming a father; Washington's diva detective.

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