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It Isn’t Easy Being Green
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ell actually, it IS easy being Green, as long as you’re one of the fastest men ever to play in the NFL, or the cornerstone of the Steel Curtain Defense! And we’ve got them both - NFL Hall of Famers Darrell Green of the Reskins and Mean Joe Greene of the Steelers. Plus, an in-studio visit from nationally recognized fitness expert Andrea Metcalf!.
Episode Segments:
Sports and Torts: Hall of Famer Joe Greene
Joe Greene was anything but mean during our interview! We talked about his career starting with North Texas State all the way to the Hall of Fame and the Steelers front office. We get his memories of the Steel Curtain Era, and the secrets to the Steelers success over the years
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Sports and Torts: Andrea Metcalf and Darrell Green
Elliott was a little disappointed when he found out what Andrea's Naked Fitness was. But you won't be, when she shares her tips on staying fit and slim.

Then - Hall of Famer Darrell Green tells us about the fitness routine he uses to be able to run a 4.4 40 at age fifty, and a new venture combining fitness and social media.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Andrea Metcalf
Andrea Metcalf, nationally recognized fitness expert and popular media personality, is passionate about helping people strip away the obstacles to adopting a healthy lifestyle and embracing a “love-your-body” attitude. In her new book, Naked Fitness: The Proven 28 Day Weight Loss Program for a Slimmer, Fitter, Pain Free Body, Metcalf shares her balanced, personalized approach to exercise, her sensible, satisfying nutrition principles, and her “lean and serene” fitness philosophy for perfect body alignment and a pain free life.

Andrea Metcalf is one of the stars of the fitness world. She is a regular contributor to MORE, Self, and Women’s World, among other magazines, and a guest blogger on Oprah.com. She frequently appears on the Today show, Good Morning America Health, NBC 5 in Chicago, and the syndicated lifestyle show, Better TV. She also counsels and trains individuals, leads “Naked Fitness” groups, and speaks to companies across the country.

Andrea's Facebook Page

Andrea's Website

Darrell Green
Darrell Green is best known as a former cornerback with the Washington Redskins. During his record-setting 20 year career with the team he came to be known and lovingly referred to as “Mr. Redskin.” His on field accomplishments include two Super Bowl victories, seven selections to the Pro Bowl, and four NFL Fastest Man competitions. In 1991, he was the World’s Fastest Athlete and even at the age of 40, Green ran the 40-yard dash in 4.2 seconds. In 2010, he ran a 4.4 40 on his 50th birthday. He has received a number of awards, including the NFL’s most prestigious Man of the Year award in 1996. In 2008, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.

Darell's Website

Joe Greene
A 1968 consensus All-America at North Texas State, Joe Greene was Pittsburgh’s No. 1 pick in the 1969 National Football League Draft. Almost from his first game, the 6-4, 275-pounder showed the super-star talents that established him as the defensive foundation in Coach Chuck Noll's program that produced four AFC titles and four Super Bowl victories in the 1970s. Playing left tackle, Greene was named the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1969 when he received the first of his 10 Pro Bowl invitations. He was named All-NFL five times, and earned all-conference recognition 11 straight years from 1969 to 1979. In both 1972 and 1974, when Greene was selected as the NFL Defensive Player of the Year, Joe played a major role in his team's success. He had career-high 11 sacks in 1972 when Pittsburgh reached the playoffs for the first time ever. In a must-win game against Houston, Greene recorded five sacks and a fumble recovery that assured victory for the injury-riddled Steelers. In 1974, Pittsburgh won its first AFC championship and Super Bowl IX. That year, Greene developed the new tactic of lining up at a sharp angle between the guard and center to disrupt the opposition's blocking assignments. Against both Oakland in the AFC title game and Minnesota in Super Bowl IX, Greene was virtually unstoppable. Joe's pass interception and a critical fumble recovery at the Pittsburgh 5-yard-line were major factors in the demise of the Vikings. Greene was armed with speed, quickness, strength and great determination and, at the peak of his career, could dominate a game almost single-handedly. A natural leader, he captained the Steelers' defensive unit beginning in 1977. Greene opened his career with a 91-game streak that was interrupted by injury in 1975. Durable, he played in 181 of a possible 190 regular-season games.

Joe's Page at the NFL Hall of Fame Website