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SILVERMAN: On Sports:
Tonight was all about the Super Bowl. What happened before the lights went out, what happened during the blackout and what resulted after. We also talked about the coverage and the commercials!
Thanks to Minnesota Vikings’ kicker Blair Walsh. Walsh was inside the Superdome for the game and he proved to be an All-Pro guest as well as an All-Pro kicker!
Next up was Barry Barnes of Lockerreport.com. Barry is based in Baltimore and has covered the Ravens all season. His insight regarding last night’s game as well as the entire history of the franchise is complete and insightful!
Twan Russell joined me to give his perspective on the big game as well as his fellow Hurricane Ray Lewis. Russell’s take and candor about how the game is really played was awesome.
So enjoy the show and we will talk to you again next week!
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Adrian Peterson is your 2012 NFL MVP, and dammit, I couldn't be prouder.
You want to talk about how silly being a fan of the NFL (or anything, for that matter) is? As I sat and watched Peterson's acceptance speech for the MVP award, I felt proud. I felt like the guy really deserved it, and I was really happy to see him win it, give a speech, smile, thank his dad, mom...
Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier indicated today that wide receiver Percy Harvin’s future in Minnesota remains up in the air.
“We definitely had to talk just in general about a lot of things,” Frazier said in an interview with 1500 ESPN’s “Judd & Dubay” show. “We had a good conversation. We talked, and it was good conversation. So, hopefully, everything will...
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin has been medically cleared by the team after suffering a damaging ankle sprain during the NFL regular season. Head coach Leslie Frazier told reporters, “It went well. He’s fine. He’s cleared. All the medical was good,” when asked about Harvin’s condition.
While medically cleared to participate in offseason workouts with the team...
Vikings defensive lineman Jared Allen went under the knife to fix a torn labrum in his left shoulder via Tom Pelissero of ESPN1500.
According to NFL sources, Allen played with the injury the entire 2012 season and knew as far back as training camp he would need surgery to correct the shoulder.
Allen is expected to be ready in time for training camp. It’s the first time Allen...
Only two teams get to participate in the Super Bowl while the other 30 teams in the league sit at home. Christian Ponder’s Minnesota Vikings reached the playoffs with a 10-6 record, but that was no consolation for him on Sunday.
Ponder sent the following tweet as he prepared to watch the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens play in the big game:
Depressing watching another...
Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier told reporters on Tuesday that WR Percy Harvin‘s future with the team “remains up in the air.“
“We definitely had to talk just in general about a lot of things,” Frazier said, per Tom Pelissero of ESPN 1500 Twin Cities. “We had a good conversation. We talked, and it was good conversation. So, hopefully, everything will work out.”
Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen finally had surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder last week, according to 1500ESPN.com. Allen played with the injury throughout the season, including last Sunday's Pro Bowl. It was the first time he has needed surgery in his NFL career. No timetable has been reported as to how long Allen will need to recover. He usually...
Jasper Brinkley completed his first year as a starter and is scheduled for free agency. What will the Vikings do with him and what did coordinator Alan Williams think of Brinkley’s season?
And it couldn’t go to a better person!
Adrian Peterson called it a blessing in disguise.
Strange way to describe a career-threatening major knee surgery.
The Minnesota Vikings’ star came back better than ever, just missing Eric Dickerson’s longstanding rushing record and closing out the season with two of the top NFL awards from The Associated Press: Most Valuable Player...
The writers for the NFL Awards show did a fantastic job on Saturday night. They had Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers present the Comeback Player of the Year Award to Peyton Manning, and did a good job touching on Favre’s constant uncertainty with his retirement. Everyone definitely enjoyed the bit, and Michael Irvin looked like he was on the verge of tears he was laughing so hard.[YouTube]
Mr. Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers made a surprise make-up handshake at the NFL honor awards. Well done NFL! That was genius and must watch TV!
Click here to view the embedded video.
Obviously it was 99.9% scripted. But of course the actual words don’t tell the story it’s the body language and everything else that creates the story.
Let’s get to it.
The first :12 seconds...