Rich Eisen said Tuesday afternoon that he hopes that when Tom Brady’s broadcasting career is ready to begin, FOX Sports gets coverage of a game in New England.
Just when you thought the Buffalo Bills’ offense couldn’t get more dangerous, the team found another weapon in the 2022 NFL Draft. In the second round of the draft, Buffalo found a pass-catching weapon out of the backfield in James Cook. The Georgia running back is also a big-play threat on the ground. During his career at Georgia, Cook caught 67 passes for 730 yards and six touchdowns (4 in 2021). He also averaged over six yards per carry in all four seasons with the Bulldogs.
Jeff Darlington appeared on The Rich Eisen Show on Thursday and discussed the weird circumstances surrounding Tom Brady's offseason. There have been many loud whispers about the truth behind Brady's brief retirement and Bruce Arians' sudden move to the front office. According to Darlington, there was no fire, just smoke. Brady and Arians had issues just like anyone else, but those moves were total coincidences.
Rich Eisen, the famed sports personality, NFL Network host and chairman of the "Rich Eisen Show", has made a name for himself for his dulcet tones behind the microphone. Eisen, though, has also gained a modicum of fame for what he does away from it at the NFL Combine every year: Eisen has run the 40-yard dash at every scouting combine since 2005, and he's been remarkably consistent.
INDIANAPOLIS – While scouting the NFL combine, Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel still showed off his sense of humor. McDaniel had previously done an interview where NFL Network’s Rich Eisen requested the McDaniel used his three favorite coaching cliches. McDaniel said that he would be happy to do...
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was looking sharp as he boarded the bus with his team ahead of Super Bowl 56 at SoFi Stadium, and NFL Network co-host Rich Eisen compared Burrow's pregame hat to that of Walter White's alter ego from "Breaking Bad." "Oh, that's a Super Bowl outfit for Joe Burrow, everybody,"...
Stars around the sport opted out of their bowl games while Matt Corral suffered a serious ankle injury in the Sugar Bowl, and Rich Eisen thinks it’s sheer hypocrisy to tell unpaid players that they shouldn’t opt out. –Video via NBC Sports–
Deion Sanders spent part of Christmas eve speaking on Rich Eisen's podcast about the future of Jackson State, the Travis Hunter recruitment, and Florida State University.
Jimmy Garoppolo is a polarizing quarterback. Fans either seem to like him or blame him for everything, with a middle ground being a rarity. The bottom line is that Garoppolo is a player with whom you can win. The San Francisco 49ers proved that in 2019. Unfortunately, his flaws will present themselves along the way.
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At the end of a clip in which NFL Network's Rich Eisen called the Colts the second most dangerous team in the AFC, he and Chris Brockman made an interesting observation about Colts fans. "The Titans better keep winning, otherwise they’ll find themselves on the road and all the sudden...
The Arizona Cardinals may be 10-2, but it seems like they have been flying under the radar nationally for most of the season. Several national radio hosts, writers and media personalities have praised the team in the aftermath of its win over the Chicago Bears in NFL Week 13, a win that made the team 7-0 on the road this season.
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Rich Eisen, an admitted Notre Dame hater, pondered out loud on his show Friday whether or not the Irish could win the national championship this season. Eisen makes the valid point that if Notre Dame does sneak into the playoffs – and we know they need some help today – they will be a very dangerous team. He noted that Notre Dame in the playoffs would be playing with a “significant emotional piece of capital.”
‘It’s staring you right in the face’: Rich Eisen explained why he buys the Patriots as an AFC favorite
"If you don't believe it, you need to." The Revolution lost to New York City FC on penalty kicks in the Eastern Conference semifinals on Tuesday night. New England scored a dramatic equalizer in extra time to force penalties, but couldn’t prevail in the end. Elsewhere, the Bruins lost to...
The New England Patriots are looking like the best team in the AFC, and Rich Eisen believes it’s impossible to ignore. After dropping to 2-4 on the season, it looked like Bill Belichick’s team was bound for a second consecutive underwhelming campaign. But the Patriots started to take off in Week 7 and they’ve yet to look back, and they’re now eerily close to the top seed in the conference.
On Monday, Michigan grad Rich Eisen went on his show and after celebrating the Wolverines’ big win over Ohio State by bashing the Buckeyes and their fans, he took some time for Michigan State and their fans. Take a listen as Eisen refers to the Spartans as a speed bump...