If there are concession stands in the New Orleans convention center, no one in the media center has ever found them. That’s because there has been a steady stream of Cajun and creole cooking available from the first day the media arrived. Bill Coates talked with the man who was responsible for much of it.
Earlier this week, Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware opined that the “window is closing” on the Cowboys’ chances of getting to the Super Bowl with its current core group of players. Former Cowboys defensive tackle and owner of two Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl rings Tony Casillas says that the window in all likelihood has already closed.
When you can interview John Madden, Charles Barkley, President George W. Bush and Jon Gruden all in a single sitting, you’ve done something. That’s exactly what happens when comedian and impressionist Frank Caliendo stops by your position on Radio Row.
Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon suffered numerous concussions during his career in the NFL, which included ten seasons for the Houston Oilers. Warren sat down with Bill Coates on Radio Row to talk about head injuries as well as the evolution of NFL quarterbacks.
Hall of Fame Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman joined Bill Coates on Radio Row at Super Bowl XLVII to talk about combating counterfeit NFL game tickets, the Dallas Cowboys, the status of Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett and the prospect of former teammates Charles Haley and Larry Allen being inducted into the NFL Football Pro Hall of Fame.
Osi Umenyiora is one of only three British-born players to win a Super Bowl – in Umenyiora’s case, two Super Bowls (XLI, XLVI.) A high school and college friend of Dallas Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware, Osi talks about his journey from birth in London, to childhood in Nigeria, to starting football at the advanced age of 16 to winding up on the winning side of two Super Bowls.