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The Gerald Riggs Show
Brad Biggs
Brad Biggs is the Chicago Bears/NFL columnist. He has covered the Bears and the NFL since 2001. Before joining the Tribune in 2009, Biggs covered the Bears for the Sun-Times. .....more»

Brad on Twitter

Appears:
2014-09-10: Bear Down
 


 
Brad Sham
Brad is better known as the "Voice of the Dallas Cowboys". Sham is currently heard on the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network, including the flagship stations 1080 AM KRLD, where Sham held the position of Sports Director between 1976 and 1981; and 105.3 KRLD-FM "The Fan". Prior to 2009, Cowboys games were broadcast on 1310 AM KTCK "The Ticket" and 93.3 FM KDBN "The Bone", and also previously on FM-103.7 and 98.7 FM KLUV "K-Love." Sham made his acting debut in the 2008 movie, W. .....more»

Brad on Twitter

Appears:
2014-10-22: Dishing on the Broncos and Cowboys
 


 
Brian Mitchell

Brian was originally drafted by the Washington Redskins in the fifth round (130th overall) of the 1990 NFL Draft. He played college football at University of Southwestern Louisiana where he was a quarterback.

Mitchell also played for the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants. He is currently second on the NFL's all-time list in all-purpose yardage with 23,330 yards, behind Jerry Rice. He is also first all time for combined yardage for a non-wide receiver. His 13 special teams .....more»


Brian on Twitter

Appears:
2014-12-10: Redskins Breakdown with Brian Mitchell
 


 
D. Orlando Ledbetter
D. Orlando Ledbetter is the Atlanta Falcons Beat Writer for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He was one of the lead writers in the notorious Michael Vick dog-fighting federal case. He has also covered the SEC/ACC and high schools in Gwinnett for the AJC. He's a three-time APSE award winner. .....more»

D. Orlando on Twitter

Appears:
2014-08-20: Gerald's Kickoff
 


 
Earnest Byner
Earnest Byner was a 10th-round pick out of East Carolina by the Browns in the 1984 draft. Eight months later, he had established himself as their best running back.

In Byner's second season, 1985, he rushed for 1,002 yards and his backfield running mate, Kevin Mack, compiled 1,104 yards. Only six times in NFL history have two players on the same team rushed for at least 1,000 yards in the same season.

In two stays with Cleveland, Byner ran for 3,364 yards and 27 touchdowns an .....more»


Coach Byner's Website

Appears:
2014-11-26: A Visit with EB
 


 
James Lofton
Hall of Fame wide receiver James Lofton was the No. 1 draft pick of the Green Bay Packers in 1978. He was a great athlete and an All-American wide receiver at Stanford University where he excelled not only at football, but as a track star, winning the NCAA long jump title as a senior As a football player, Lofton was a deep-threat at wide receiver, possessing both speed and great hands. He was named the NFL’s Rookie of the Year after catching 46 passes for 818 yards and 6 touchdowns. In 16 s .....more»

More About James

Appears:
2014-09-24: Under Center with Pete Prisco
 


 
Jeff Schultz
Jeff Schultz has worked at the Journal-Constitution since 1989. He has been honored three times by the Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE), including being named one of the top 10 sports columnists in the nation in 2008. The National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA) has named him the top sportswriter in Georgia the last two years. He also has been honored in the past by the Cox Media Group and the Georgia Press Association, among others. Schultz grew up in Los Angeles as on .....more»

Jeff's Blog on AJC.com

Appears:
2014-10-01: A Brave New Era
 


 
John Clayton
John Clayton joined ESPN in August 1995 as a senior NFL writer and commentator. He is seen, heard and read across nearly all of the company’s multimedia platforms and is a regular contributor to ESPN’s NFL coverage on television, including his “Inside the Huddle” segments on SportsCenter, Sunday NFL Countdown and NFL Live. Clayton also writes for ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine and frequently contributes to ESPN Radio, including co-hosting the annual NFL Draft broadcast.

In 20 .....more»


John on Twitter

Appears:
2014-09-03: NFL Talk with John Clayton
 


 
Larry Michael
Larry Michael is an eight-time Emmy Award winner who serves as the “Voice of the Washington Redskins.” He also hosts Redskins Nation on a daily basis on ComcastSports Net as well the Coaches Show on NBC-4. His responsibilities also include production of all video content for Redskins.com TV, as well as production of all Redskins Broadcast Network television shows and broadcasts. Recent hosting duties have also included WRC’s Inside the Redskins and WTTG’s Redskins Game Day. After serving on the .....more»

The Official Site of the Washington Redskins

Appears:
2014-10-29: All About the Redskins
 


 
Mike Klis
Mike Klis has been with The Denver Post since Jan. 1, 1998, after working 13 years with the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph. Major League Baseball was Klis' initial passion. He started covering the Colorado Rockies the day after Denver's metro taxpayers approved a 0.1 percent sales tax to fund what would eventually become Coors Field in August 1990. He covered the Rockies and Major League Baseball until the 2005 All-Star break, when he was asked to start covering the Broncos. The oldest of si .....more»

Mike on Twitter

Appears:
2014-10-22: Dishing on the Broncos and Cowboys
 


 
Mike Jones
Mike Jones covers the Washington Redskins for The Washington Post. A native of Warrenton, Va., he got his start in journalism covering sports for his hometown paper, The Fauquier Citizen, in 1999 and eventually became sports editor. Jones went on to cover the Washington Wizards for the Washington Times and CSNWashington.com from 2007 to 2010 before covering the Redskins for TBD.com for the 2010 season. He joined The Post’s staff in February, 2011. He lives on the Eastern Shore with his wife, Kat .....more»

Mike on Twitter

Appears:
2014-12-03: Under Center in DC
 


 
Pete Prisco
Pete Prisco has covered the NFL for three decades, including working as a beat reporter in Jacksonville for the Jaguars. He hosted his own radio show for seven years, and can be seen throughout the week on CBS Sports' NFL shows. When he's not watching game tape you can find Pete on Twitter or dreaming of an Arizona State national title in football. .....more»

Pete on Twitter

Appears:
2014-09-24: Under Center with Pete Prisco