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    PAT MCAFEE has clearly been holding back on the recent criticism facing the Indianapolis Colts, their owner Jim Irsay, and interim head coach Jeff Saturday. Following Saturday's surprise appointment last week, all involved in the decision faced waves of criticism from the media given their new coach's lack of NFL coaching experience. 6Joe Thomas called Saturday's hiring "the most egregious thing I can ever remember happening in the NFL"Credit: Getty 6Cowher called Saturday's hiring "a disgrace to the coaching profession"Credit: Reuters 6McAfee played for the Colts for eight yearsCredit: Getty Among those most vocal in speaking out against the hiring of the former Super Bowl-winning center were former All-Pro tackle Joe Thomas, Hall of Fame coach Bill Cowher, and Good Morning Football host Kyle Brandt. And during his show on Monday, following Indy's 25-20 win over the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday, McAfee went off on Thomas and Co. McAfee admitted: "It has been a little bit difficult to sit here and relax and not just completely go Bananaland about Jeff Saturday, a friend of mine, former teammate taking over...
    The only thing that could’ve saved the Indianapolis Colts this season is Pat McAfee and the boys. With Frank Reich out after a 3-5-1 start, the Indianapolis Colts have named franchise legend Jeff Saturday as the interim head coach. In doing so, they missed the only opportunity to salvage this season in any more by shirking Pat McAfee and friends. This is not about winning games, but pure entertainment at this point. Though Indianapolis has a former AFC South head coach on staff in defensive coordinator and former Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley, McAfee and the boys could’ve changed the game once again. They have conquered YouTube, they have conquered Friday Night Smackdown! and now College GameDay. How you doing, keep it moving. Here is a glimpse at what a McAfee-led coaching staff would look like.Pat McAfee and friends leading the Indianapolis Colts would’ve been absolutely amazingIf Jim Irsay were on board with this, then we have to be on board with this new coaching staff as well. Head Coach: Pat McAfee Offensive Coordinator: Dan Orlovsky Defensive Coordinator: Darius Butler...
    AMAZON Prime commentator Al Michaels raised a few eyebrows during their Thursday Night Football broadcast. The veteran sportscaster was in the booth for the Philadelphia Eagles' eighth straight victory, this time seeing off the Houston Texans, 29-17 at NRG Stadium. 3The Eagles rushed for 143 yards and two touchdowns on Thursday nightCredit: Alamy 3Michaels has worked in broadcasting since the 1960sCredit: Getty Key to their victory was taking advantage of Houston's typically leaky run defense, for which Michaels had an interesting descriptor. The 77-year-old repeatedly used the term "big gaping hole" when running back Miles Sanders found himself a running lane through Houston's defense. Former NFL punter turned broadcaster, Pat McAfee, was quick to point out this accidental innuendo, simply tweeting: "“BIG GAPING HOLE”~ Al Michaels" Pat McAfee Show co-host Boston Connor also tweeted: "“BIG GAPING HOLE” from Al Michaels, someone’s been watching In The Trenches" - referring to A.Q. Shipley's segment on their show. Read More on FootballNONSENSE FEEDER Travis Kelce convinced Russell Wilson is enjoying 'trolling us'GENTLE GIANT Dave Butz dead at 72: Tributes paid to Washington star...
    “It’s been great doing business with you. I’m happy we have covered your league in the way that we have for the last few years,” McAfee continued. “I’m appreciative of the league and everything it’s done. I don’t think we’ve really touched on many subjects we could’ve dabbled into, and I think we’ll do that this offseason, for sure. Things I know a lot about, that my friends know a lot about, like insurance and CTE and concussions and everything like that," he added, referring to chronic traumatic encephalopathy. “I think we can find some people to chat about, to learn more about what the NFL should be held accountable for and what they shouldn’t be held accountable for," he concluded. He reiterated his threat on Twitter. "Can’t wait to roll out our new style of covering the professional American football league," he tweeted. McAfee played for eight seasons with the Indianapolis Colts as a punter and was nominated to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2022. Here's the video of McAfee's rant against the...
    AARON RODGERS brutally put down his former teammate AJ Hawk on the Pat McAfee Show. And host Pat's reaction was absolutely epic. 1Pat McAfee loved Aaron Rodgers telling AJ Hawk to 'GFY' Rodgers made his weekly appearance on the hugely popular YouTube talk show. His Green Bay Packers have struggled this year and are 3-4 after three straight losses. Rodgers was grilled about all things Packers amid the team's poor showings. And the 30-minute interview ended with a look ahead to next week's clash with Buffalo Bills. Read More on the NFLNEVER QUIT Tom Brady opens up on dealing with 'adversities' amid divorce rumors'FEUDING FOR SURE' Rodgers responds after LaFleur left unsure by QB's 'simplify' comments Rodgers, 38, will be a double-digit underdog for the first time in his career on Sunday night. His former Packers teammate had a question about whether he should back Green Bay on the spread. Hawk said: "Shall we pick you? I've been a homer, I've picked you guys every week, what should I do this week?" And Rodgers simply replied: "GFY." Most read in...
    PAT MCAFEE has become something of a cultural icon in recent years. A talk show host, college football color analyst, WWE analyst, former NFL All-Pro punter, and more, it seems as if McAfee and his infamous black tank top is everywhere. 7The McAfee's tied the know in 2020Credit: @MrsMcAfeeShow/Twitter 7Samantha was on hand to support Pat as he appeared in WrestleMania 38Credit: @MrsMcAfeeShow/Twitter 7Samantha tweeted this in April, captioned: "Always down to hold my husbands balls.. esp in Hawaii, on a random schools field… Tbt …. He’s #uptosomethingszn"Credit: @MrsMcAfeeShow/Twitter And supporting him every step of the way is his wife, Samantha. The former Indianapolis Colt proposed to Samantha after a helicopter dropped the two of them off alongside a waterfall back in February of 2019. Pat tweeted photos of this picturesque moment along with the caption: "I finally asked @Sami_lynn24 if she’d spend forever with me... "She said yes, we both smiled, laughed, and cried a bit in front of a waterfall and then ate sandwiches in front of the bird that flew us there... Yesterday was awesome. I’m...
    PAT MCAFEE and Eli Manning disagreed over a controversial call on Monday Night Football. Former New York Giants quarterback Eli is part of ESPN's broadcast team on MNF. 2Pat McAfee and Eli Manning disagreed over a call in Monday night's gameCredit: YOUTUBE/PAT MCAFEE SHOW 2Las Vegas Raiders decided to go for two to try and win the game but lost by one pointCredit: Reuters "I liked the Raiders going for two because they still had time to get the ball back if they didnt get it.. it was still in their hands to go win the game"@EliManning shares his thoughts on the end of the Raiders & Chiefs game #PMSLive pic.twitter.com/fnc3FXMJ5d— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) October 11, 2022 Monday's game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Las Vegas Raiders threw up a thrilling finish. Derek Carr threw a deep touchdown pass to Davante Adams in the fourth quarter to bring the Raiders within a point at 30-29. Las Vegas opted not to go for the extra point to tie it up and instead try and win the game. They came up...
    GOOD MORNING FOOTBALL co-host Kyle Brandt did not hold back following Thursday Night Football. Brandt has gone viral for his no-holds-barred take on Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson, calling him "one of the least authentic personalities we have in this league" and "a poser," following Denver's 12-9 overtime loss to the Indianapolis Colts. 5Brandt has gone viral for his brutal take of Broncos quarterback WilsonCredit: Good Morning Football/Twitter 5Pat McAfee heard chants of "good man Brandt" behind him live on-air 5GMFB co-host Jamie Erdahl and former co-host Nate Burleson discussed Brandt's bold takeCredit: Good Morning Football/Twitter Brandt explained: "And that doesn't mean he's a bad person, actually I think he's a good person, I think he tries to be something that he's not. "And when you make the $245 million, you've either got to be a really great guy with the locker room who loves you, or you've got to be an amazing player. "(Tom) Brady, who makes half of what Russell's making, is both. (Aaron) Rodgers - MVP, Patrick Mahomes - both, (Josh) Allen - people love...
    AARON RODGERS believes he would be a good play caller, and seemingly for a good reason. The four-time NFL MVP joined The Pat McAfee Show for his weekly segment on Tuesday. 2Aaron Rodgers Tuesdays is a regular segment during the seasonCredit: Twitter/Pat McAfee Show Discussing play calling, Rodgers was asked if he believes he would be a good play caller, to which a chuckling Rodgers responded with: "I think I would because I know what I don't want as a quarterback." Rodgers continued: "I think I could call for another quarterback and I have before." The game in question was Week 17 of the 2011 season, during which Rodgers said he "called a lot of that game" for quarterback Matt Flynn. Long-time Packers backup Flynn had a career game, passing for 480 yards, six touchdowns, and just one interception as they beat the Detroit Lions 45-41. Recalling this game, Rodgers said "Matt balled out," going on to say: "It was a well played game for Mattie, I'm really happy for him." But Flynn wasn't going to let Rodgers take all...
    FOOTAGE has gone viral of a woman being sick in her seat at a Bengals game - and NFL fans are grossed out. The stomach-turning video shows the fan projectile vomiting during Cincinnati's 20-23 defeat to Pittsburgh Steelers on September 11. 2Pat McAfee and AJ Hawk reacted in horror to a video of a woman puking at an NFL gameCredit: Twitter @PatMcAfeeShow 2The Bengals fan was filmed being sick behind a woman with a neck braceCredit: Twitter @PatMcAfeeShow She remains in her seat during the vile episode, with her vomit appearing to land on the back of a woman wearing a neck brace. Pat McAfee and his 'Pat McAfee Show' co-host AJ Hawk have now weighed in on the gross clip which has been viewed more than six million times. Discussing the video, the former NFL stars were stunned that the woman didn't appear to make an effort to leave her seat. AJ said: "Walk away! Go somewhere else lady. Read More on The US SunMELON HEADS AND ARMOR Inside the weirdest NFL fan outfits from Week 1WHAT PROTECTION? Pat...
    PAT MCAFEE had a cheeky swipe at Aaron Rodgers' excursion to South America in an entertaining interview. Green Bay quarterback Rodgers returned to the Pat McAfee Show for the third season of his absorbing weekly interview. 1Pat McAfee had a joke at Aaron Rodgers' expense on TuesdayCredit: YOUTUBE/PAT MCAFEE SHOW Is that ayahuasca ????????#PMSLive pic.twitter.com/8EhOrK7HsA— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) September 13, 2022 Rodgers' Tuesday appearance was just as entertaining as in previous seasons. The 38-year-old appeared on screen drinking a bottle of water. And that instantly grabbed host McAfee's attention. The host said: "You had that water last week. What is it? I assume that water tastes better than the water I'm drinking right now? READ MORE ON THE NFLELI'S GOT JOKES Eli Manning jokes about Peyton's brutal end with Colts on ManningcastANGRY RUNS ANGER GMFB's Angry Runs winner draws mixed reaction from NFL fans Rodgers responded: "This is Ra - coconut water." And before he could continue, McAfee jumped in and asked: "Is that ayahuasca?" The pair both burst out laughing at McAfee's joke. It was in reference to Rodgers'...
    PAT MCAFEE has left his FanDuel TV show in safe hands after heading out to Austin for his debut on College Gameday. The former NFL star, 35, announced earlier this month he will be leaving WWE SmackDown for the season to take up his new analyst role. 2AJ Hawk has taken the reigns for the Pat McAfee Show todayCredit: Twitter @PatMcAfeeShow 2The former NFL star is out in Austin ahead of his College Gameday debutCredit: Twitter @PatMcAfeeShow McAfee is juggling a number of media commitments and recently penned a new "long-term" deal with WWE. The ex-football star has become a wrestling fan favorite after teaming up with legendary commentator Michael Cole. WWE revealed that he will be stepping away from his commitments for the time being while he joins Gameday. And due to his new travel schedule, McAfee was late to his own FanDuel show - leaving AJ Hawk to take the reigns. Read More on The US SunMAJOR UPDATE Huge twist in hunt for missing family who vanished camping after Walmart visitMANE ISSUE Hairstylist shares mistakes that...
    NFL fans had nothing but praise for Joe Burrow after his cheeky response to being called an "Ohio f***" on the Pat McAfee Show. Burrow, 25, led Cincinnati to the Super Bowl last year where they were narrowly beaten 20-23 by LA Rams. 2Pat McAfee gave Bengals QB Joe Burrow a stirring introduction before his interviewCredit: YouTube @PatMcAfeeShow 2The quarterback star had a deadpan comeback for the former Colts kickerCredit: YouTube @PatMcAfeeShow Tipped for another big season, the former Heisman Trophy winner was on the media rounds Thursday night. He stopped off for a blockbuster interview with former NFL kicker and now WWE fan favorite Pat McAfee. And the Ames-native delighted fans with his deadpan delivery after McAfee gave him a stirring introduction. McAfee said: "Our next guest is a Heisman winner. He had maybe the best college quarterback season on record. Read More on The US SunTHE YOUNG QUEEN Inside Queen Elizabeth's 1st US visit as monarch & close Eisenhower bondHI, KY! Kylie shows off post-baby stomach in crop top & pants during Kardashian outing "Last year...
    PEAK inside the mind of the NFL's Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers once a week. Rodgers, 38, is widely considered to be one of the NFL's greatest quarterbacks of all time. 2Aaron Rodgers is never afraid to speak his mind on The Pat McAfee ShowCredit: AP And Rodgers has become somewhat of an open book in recent years, dividing opinions and, if you believe social media, becoming persona non grata for some. Who is Aaron Rodgers? Rodgers, a long-time Green Bay Packer, is a four-time NFL MVP and ten-time Pro Bowler. Drafted back in 2005, Rodgers has gone on to solidify his status as one of the game's greats. A Super Bowl XLV winner and game MVP, Rodgers has led the NFL in quarterback rating in four of his fourteen seasons as a starter. Read More on FootballMCAFEE MANIA Everything to know about the Pat McAfee Show BACK TO SCHOOL Fan favorite Pat McAfee leaving WWE SmackDown for shock new role Recently, his appearances on The Pat McAfee Show as well as other media outlets have provided no shortage of...
    PAT McAfee has proved popular amongst fans due to his offbeat, non-filtered NFL coverage. After debuting in 2017, his online talk show has arguably become one of the most influential of its kind. 2Pat McAfee has landed a role with ESPNCredit: YouTube How can you watch The Pat McAfee Show? The Pat McAfee Show has just shy of two million subscribers on YouTube, and the program covers major NFL headlines and interviews with sporting personalities. McAfee's experience as a player sets his guests at ease and allows a more laid-back approach than typical interviews. The Pat McAfee Show is streamed live on his YouTube channel. Each show is subsequently available to rewatch via the channel's uploads, as are individual highlights and segments. Read More on FootballNFL RETURNS All to know ahead of NFL opener between LA Rams and BillsTAKE PAT Pat McAfee lands new role as TV analyst after talk show success and WWE fame The Pat McAfee Show is on weekdays from 12-3pm ET. Who is Pat McAfee? McAfee was one of the league's leading punters throughout his career....
    PAT MCAFEE became a high-flying superstar at SummerSlam on Saturday night. The former NFL punter turned sports show host beat Happy Corbin in the Nashville PPV event. 1Pat McAfee flew through the air to land his move at SummerSlamCredit: WWE HIGH FLYING MCAFEE!@PatMcAfeeShow #SummerSlam pic.twitter.com/7GDBd8ec8I— WWE (@WWE) July 31, 2022 And McAfee's daring moves caught the eye among viewers. The 35-year-old landed a Swanton bomb on his opponent outside of the ring. And he rounded off his stunning victory in Tennessee moments later. McAfee's WWE career may still be young but he's already proved a massive hit. Read More Sport StoriesEDGE OF GLORY Fans all say the same thing as Edge makes shock return at WWE SummerSlamFLYING STAR Watch Logan Paul fly off top rope and frogsplash The Miz on announcers' desk His sports show 'The Pat McAfee Show' has become a massive success as well and earned him praise in the NFL world. And NFL personalities loved his performance on Saturday night in the wrestling ring. ESPN reporter Dan Orlovsky said: "This dude whooped that bum. LEGEND @PatMcAfeeShow. Absolute...
    PAT MCAFEE and Baron 'Happy' Corbin have come a long way from their NFL days - as these throwback pics confirm. The WWE pairing are all set to face-off in a mammoth football-on-football showdown at SummerSlam. 5Pat McAfee has been a huge hit with fans since joining the WWECredit: Instagram @patmcafeeshow 5The former NFL punter was a two-time Pro Bowler with the Indianapolis ColtsCredit: Twitter @WWE 5McAfee is set to face former roommate Happy Corbin at SummerSlamCredit: Instagram @baroncorbinwwe 5Throwback pics show Corbin during his time as an OL at the ColtsCredit: Twitter @WWE Former Colts punter and fan favorite McAfee recently penned a multi-year deal with WWE. While Corbin is approaching ten years with the organization after the ex-Colts offensive lineman made the jump to wrestling in 2012. Back in their Indianapolis days, the pair were roommates as they looked to make it big in the dog-eat-dog world of the NFL. And throwback pictures - posted by the WWE to their loyal Twitter following - show just how far they have come. Read More On The Sun'WE DID...
    PAT MCAFEE and Baron 'Happy' Corbin have come a long way from their NFL days - as these throwback pics confirm. The WWE pairing are all set to face-off in a mammoth football-on-football showdown at SummerSlam. 5Pat McAfee has been a huge hit with fans since joining the WWE 5The former NFL punter was a two-time Pro Bowler with the Indianapolis ColtsCredit: Twitter @WWE 5McAfee is set to face former roommate Happy Corbin at SummerSlam 5Throwback pics show Corbin during his time as an OL at the ColtsCredit: Twitter @WWE Former Colts punter and fan favorite McAfee recently penned a multi-year deal with WWE. While Corbin is approaching ten years with the organization after the ex-Colts offensive lineman made the jump to wrestling in 2012. Back in their Indianapolis days, the pair were roommates as they looked to make it big in the dog-eat-dog world of the NFL. And throwback pictures - posted by the WWE to their loyal Twitter following - show just how far they have come. Read More On The Sun'WE DID IT' JLo shares first...
    NFL Network host Colleen Wolfe admitted that she’s been “called to the principal’s office” a few times for irking teams and players with something she said on TV. Wolfe joined The Pat McAfee Show Wednesday afternoon and was asked if she gets backlash for saying anything negative about the NFL. “I’ve gotten some heat from the [Jaguars] before just about some jokes I made,” Wolfe told Pat McAfee and co-host A.J. Hawk. “The Titans were very unhappy with me a couple years ago when I mentioned something about them not being needed in the playoffs because they [already beat] the Patriots.” League networks are generally known as more of a propaganda arm than news outlet, with NFL Network and MLB Network avoiding certain topics that could potentially be damaging to their brand. According to Wolfe, teams and players can often be too sensitive to fair criticism. “I’m surprised by the sensitivity level of players because I’m sure they hear this all the time on Twitter,” Wolfe said. “So if I’m saying something, I don’t know why they get so upset...
    Aaron Rodgers put Joe Judge in a clown suit for his disastrous play-calling on third-and-9. During Aaron Rodgers Tuesday on The Pat McAfee Show, the Green Bay Packers quarterback turned New York Giants head coach Joe Judge into a CLAHN. When asked about the AFC West Wild Card Spot Championship Game between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Las Vegas Raiders nearly coming down to a tie, Rodgers flipped the script and put Judge in a clown suit. “You play to win the game … nobody wants to be part of kneeling the s**t out to take a tie,” said Rodgers on The Pat McAfee Show. “You know what would make me lose my mind almost as much as that … goal-line personnel & a QB sneak on 3rd & 9 on the -5.” Yes, the worst team in football actually went to goal-line personnel deep inside of their own territory to run a quarterback sneak. The fact every Giants fan did not immediately leave their seats and head towards the parking lot is beyond us. At this point, Giants fans...
    Image via Screenshot Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers discussed his views on the science of Covid-19 treatments and vaccines at length Tuesday with tank top-wearing former NFL player Pat McAfee. Rodgers joined Sirius XM’s The Pat McAfee Show as he continues to navigate the fallout from what has been a grueling six weeks, at least off the filed. Rodgers indicated he had been “immunized” against the virus in the preseason, and he has been facing nothing but heat since he tested positive for the virus last month. “I’ve gotten accused of spreading misinformation when I talk about the treatment plan I used to get better, that’s been used by a number of people and doctors,” Rodgers told McAfee, before he cited podcaster Joe Rogan, who he consulted with before taking the drug ivermectin to treat himself. The NFL star, who is currently in the MVP conversation, then complained that too few people are taking such alternative treatment methods seriously. “One of my issues, and I’ve brought this up many times, is one: they don’t talk about the fact that you...
    In November, Rodgers — during another interview with McAfee — discussed treatments to bolster one's immune system, such as zinc, vitamin C, and more. "I believe strongly in bodily autonomy and ability to make choices for your body, not have to acquiesce to some woke culture or crazed group of individuals who say you have to do something,” he said during the November interview. “Health is not a one-size-fits-all for everybody." During his own bout with coronavirus, Rogers said that he took ivermectin, zinc, and vitamin C and underwent monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19. On Tuesday, he said that the treatments he chose to got the virus' symptoms under control within 36 hours. "I don’t understand why society and the NFL hasn’t talked about legitimate treatment options," Rodgers said. "And monoclonal antibodies I believe is one of them." "The one frustration I have is that throughout all of this there hasn't been any conversation about health. I don't understand why society & the NFL hasn't talked about legitimate Covid treatment options" ~@AaronRodgers12\n\n#PatMcAfeeShowLIVEpic.twitter.com/QtLaERUtn4...
    California law school named after man who funded killing of Native Americans moves to change its name Rudy Giuliani told a Dominion Voting Systems lawyer he didnt have the time to verify 2020 election fraud claims Aaron Rodgers has come under fire recently after testing positive for COVID-19 despite previous claims that he was "immunized," only to find out that did not mean vaccinated. On Friday, he started firing back. Speaking on "The Pat McAfee Show," Rodgers said that he is "in the crosshairs of the woke mob" and that "before my final nail gets put in my cancel culture casket," he wanted to clear up some of the "blatant lies out there." He said that he did not lie during his Aug. 27 press conference, when he said he was "immunized," but he said there was a "witch hunt" that was going on to shame people who had not been vaccinated. Rodgers said that he did not get two of the vaccines because he found he was allergic to an ingredient in the mRNA vaccines, and said that when...
    For everyone who attacked Aaron Rodgers’ decision to skip getting vaccinated, the Green Bay Packers quarterback wants you to know he consulted Joe Rogan for medical advice. “I consulted with a now-good friend of mine, Joe Rogan, after he got Covid and I’ve been doing a lot of the stuff that he recommended in his podcasts and on the phone to me,” Rodgers told Pat McAfee Friday afternoon. Rodgers deceived reporters about his vaccination status over the summer, seemingly fearing the harsh response that other quarterbacks received after stating they skipped the jab. But now that he tested positive for the virus, Rodgers doesn’t seem to care what anyone thinks about his decision. Joining The Pat McAfee Show on SiriusXM Radio, Rodgers was unapologetically blunt about his decision, which he claims was based on allergies, sterility concerns and his belief in bodily autonomy. Rodgers tested positive for Covid earlier this week, which at a minimum, will prevent him from playing in Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs. “I’m gonna have the best immunity possible now,” Rodgers said, citing the...
    "There's a PC, woke culture that exists, and there's a cancel culture at the same time," Rodgers told McAfee. "And it's based on people's own feelings of personal miserability or just distaste for their own situations or life or just an enjoyment of holding other people down with their thumb." Rodgers personalized his opinion and pointed out that he believes the sports media have leaned into false narratives about his personal life, his motives, and his leadership style. He insinuated that the sports media have tried to cancel him and/or diminish him with false narratives. It's a bit of a stretch if you can't acknowledge Rodgers' true agenda. He was looking for an excuse to dump on cancel culture. McAfee is friends with Rodgers. I suspect, like a lot of friends, McAfee and Rodgers have discussed the controversy surrounding Chappelle's last comedy special. Netflix employees staged a walkout on Wednesday. They want the streaming service to pull Chappelle's show. They believe "The Closer" is hostile toward transgender people. They want Chappelle canceled. My suspicion is Rodgers wanted to...
    Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made a hilarious joke on the Pat McAfee show when talking about Lions head coach Dan Campbell.  Over the past year, NFL fans have gotten to know Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the most candid manner: as the featured headliner on The Pat McAfee Show’s weekly segment, “Aaron Rodgers Tuesday.” On the NFL off day, the veteran quarterback joins friends and former NFL players Pat McAfee and A.J. Hawk to discuss his thoughts in exclusive, light-hearted interviews. This week, Rodgers did not disappoint, making a sly reference to Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell’s now-infamous press conference quote from earlier this year. Aaron Rodgers on talking with #Lions HC Dan Campbell: “Probably need to wear some knee pads…”#OnePride — ???????????????? ???????????????? (@LionsRoyalty) September 14, 2021 Aaron Rodgers on Lions and Dan Campbell: “Probably need to wear some knee pads…”Upon his arrival in Detroit, Dan Campbell made a bold statement when describing how he would build a new Lions team that would “take on the identity of the city.”“So, this team is going to be...
    ON Wednesday, WWE confirmed ex-NFL punter Pat McAfee will be joining the SmackDown announce team as an analyst. McAfee will make his debut on SmackDown Friday night joining Michael Cole, vice Ppesident of WWE's on-air announce talent. ????  Follow all our latest news & stories on WWE. 5Pat McAfee is a former NFL player and is now sports analystCredit: WWE Who is Pat McAfee and when did he sign with WWE? McAfee was born May 2, 1987 in Plum, Pennsylvania and grew up playing soccer, volleyball, and football. In addition to being a record-breaking punter in the NFL, he has had an impressive career post-football. McAfee was first involved in wrestling in 2009, but would make appearances in WWE's NXT brand nine years later. 5McAfee announced the news on Twitter Friday morningCredit: Twitter/Pat McAfee In 2017, Barstool filmed the former football player training to become a wrestler with Rip Rogers. In 2018, he interfered in a match between Adam Cole and Aleister Black and it was soon announced that he signed a deal with WWE...
    More On: andrew luck Colts could turn to Pro Bowler amid Andrew Luck pipe dream Colts owner giving up on his Andrew Luck comeback dream How Andrew Luck easily disappeared after NFL retirement Troy Aikman: The aftermath of ripping Doug Gottlieb’s hot take Retired Colts punter-turned-sports media personality Pat McAfee is skeptical of the Andrew Luck comeback rumors, and broke down in great detail why he thinks the story is bogus. The story began with a since-deleted tweet from someone named Mike Austin (@kareemjumpman), who claims his wife knows someone who is close with the Luck family. “@RicardonSports my wife has a mutual friend with Nicole’s best friend which is the wife of Andrew. I think this answers a lot of our questions. This was Sunday or yesterday, I’m not sure,” Austin wrote. The tweet came with a screenshot which Austin claims is a text exchange between his wife’s friend and “Nicole P,” or Nicole Luck (née: Pechanec) that implies Luck may be coming out of retirement. The thread starts with Nicole revealing that the Luck’s 1-year-old daughter...
    Ryan Fitzpatrick has apparently been vibing since his season ended. The legendary journeyman NFL quarterback, who played for the Dolphins this past season, appeared on Pat McAfee’s show Tuesday, and he was rocking one of the slickest beards and haircuts that you’ll ever see. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Take a look for yourself below. His vibe is outstanding. Would #FitzMagic play for the #Patriots? “For me I can’t be as picky as Matt Stafford” ???????????? #PatMcAfeeShowLIVE pic.twitter.com/3WdRFpFOGC — Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) February 2, 2021 How many men on the planet have the kind of confidence required to rock that beard? The number has to be incredibly low. You know you’re okay with who you are when you walk around with that beard and haircut. I respect the hell out of it. “It just hurt.. One of the great things of being an older player, an established player is you get to say whatever you want & however you feel. You don’t have to do the veiled BS & the company lines”#FitzMagic...
    The WWE NXT Year End Awards are in the books. As per tradition, winners were declared on the final NXT episode of the year. With the Wednesday Night Wars raging on amidst this horrible global scenario, every NXT superstar deserved an award. However, these are the few lucky men and women who picked up the trophies. Adam Cole Bay Bay! Former NXT Champion Adam Cole picked up two very important awards. First, Cole held the NXT Championship for most of 2020 which warranted him the NXT Male Competitor of the Year Award. Also nominated in this category were the NXT UK Champion Walter, NXT’s first double champion Keith Lee, the current NXT Champion Finn Balor, and former champions Gargano and Ciampa. Second, Cole and Pat McAfee won the NXT Rivalry of the Year award. This comes as no surprise, given how intense and personal their rivalry got. No other rivalry came close to matching Cole vs McAfee which is a massive feat for the former football player as well. Although his future in WWE is up in the air, he...
    The longest-reigning NXT UK Champion returned to the Black and Gold brand tonight. Pete Dunne looked very different with a new hairstyle and jacked up physique. After last week’s reveal, McAfee had promised he will be on NXT: Halloween Havoc this week and the former punter didn’t disappoint. McAfee revealed he had offered Ridge Holland a Mercedes to attack Adam Cole. “He said I want a Mercedes.” “I said, YOU GOT IT.” Now we know. @PatMcAfeeShow PAID @RidgeWWE to take out @AdamColePro at #NXTTakeOver. #WWENXT #HallowwenHavoc pic.twitter.com/2eismsutNo — WWE NXT (@WWENXT) October 29, 2020 Post the injury to Holland, McAfee last week roped in Danny Burch, and Oney Lorcan helping them win the tag team championships. McAfee like he always does cut a brilliant promo explaining his actions. PETE DUNNE IS FUCKING BACK IN NXT AND HES A FUCKING HEEL LETS GOOOOOO. #WWENXT pic.twitter.com/ZMvbRRjVhz — Fiending For Followers ‼️ (@Fiend4Follows) October 29, 2020 Kyle O’Reilly could not take it and walked out alone to confront the three. He was then joined by the returning Bruiserweight Pete Dunne. At first, it...
    Former Indianapolis Colts player, Pat McAfee, last played in the NFL back in 2016. Since then, McAfee has gone on to carve a reputation for himself as a sports analyst. He mainly covers wrestling and the NFL. His online channel on YouTube is where he hosts The Pat McAfee Show. The former NFL punter interviews famous personalities, NFL stars, and other celebrities who appear on the show as ‘guests’ from time to time. Today, he was joined by Green Bay Packers great, Aaron Rodgers, for a rather ‘special’ announcement. ALSO READ – “He’s a Little Unpredictable”- Bill Belichick Lauds Dolphins Starter Ryan Fitzpatrick Packers Star Aaron Rodgers all set to appear on the Pat McAfee show this season As mentioned in the video above, Rodgers confirmed that he would be appearing on The Pat McAfee Show every Tuesday all throughout the season. Rodgers was more than happy to confirm the news when he appeared on the show on Wednesday. A-Rod also heaped praise on McAfee and his co-hosts as he said “you & the boys are like the future sports...
    NXT superstar Adam Cole and WWE executive Triple H have issue apologies for Cole's recent appearance on Pat McAfee's show after the host and his guest got into a heated argument. Here is the incident, what happened and who was involved. 8 NXT superstar Adam Cole has a heated exchange with Pat McAfee on the Pat McAfee ShowCredit: YouTube Who is WWE star Adam Cole? Adam Cole was born Austin Jenkins on July 5, 1989 and grew up in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Catching the wrestling bug early in his life, Adam would later train at east coast based promotion CZW. 8 Adam Cole made history as the first three-time ROH World ChampionCredit: Getty Images - Getty He then jumped around the indie circuit and signed with Ring of Honor (ROH) in 2009 where he held the World Television, Survival of the Fittest Tournament, and the ROH World Championships. Before joining WWE in 2017, he appeared in Pro Wrestling Guerilla, and NJPW becoming a part of The Bullet Club stable.   Making his debut at NXT Takeover Brooklyn III, he made a...
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