AP Pro Football Writer and sports radio personality Rob Maaddi tackles all the important news on and off the field in the National Football League, providing insider exclusives and in-depth analysis along with insightful interviews with Hall of Famers, current players, coaches and executives. Also, expect to hear from celebrities across the entertainment industry. Rob will be joined each week by fellow football writer and Hall of Fame voter Barry Wilner and AP beat writers to take you around the league, break down the biggest games and keep you in the know like only the AP can.
Former Colts and Chargers running back Donald Brown joins host Rob Maaddi to discuss being the first Connecticut player selected in the first round of the NFL draft, playing in the Super Bowl as a rookie, playing with Peyton Manning, transitioning to life after football and his work now with International Justice Mission.
Time To Get Paid
Former Oregon State football player Rahmel Dockery joins host Rob Maaddi to discuss the NCAA's new NIL policy and its impact on college athletes. Dockery is a social media content creator with over 3.5 million followers. He's known for making acrobatic catches but couldn't profit off his viral videos during his college career.
Former Gonzaga star Jalen Suggs and longtime NFL executive Scott Pioli join host Rob Maaddi to discuss several topics. Suggs, a star quarterback in high school, explains why he chose basketball over football and preparing for the NBA draft. Pioli talks about the NFL General Manager Forum and the league's initiatives for developing minority candidates for front office positions.
Stay True To You
Six-time Pro Bowl quarterback Donovan McNabb and Super Bowl champion punter Steve Weatherford join host Rob Maaddi. McNabb chats about the challenges of being a Black quarterback in the NFL, mentoring Jalen Hurts and more. Weatherford talks about his inspiration to become one of the fittest guys in the league, beating the Patriots in the Super Bowl and his career now as a speaker and entrepreneur.
Former NFL players Usama Young and Keith Elias and NFL vice president of football operations Natara Holloway join host Rob Maaddi.
Young and Elias discuss their work with NFL Player Engagement, the league's #NFLDads Fatherhood Initiative, the influence their dads had on their careers and more.
Holloway chats about the NFL's inaugural Ozzie Newsome General Manager Forum and the fourth annual Quarterback Coaching Summit coming up next week.
Los Angels Chargers defensive tackle Breiden Fehoko and former Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Duke Preston join host Rob Maaddi to discuss the NFL's rookie webinar and various other topics. Fehoko chats about winning a national championship at LSU and going undrafted, his Polynesian culture and more. Preston talks about his role as director of player engagement with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, his relationship with Antonio Brown and more.
Best Football Podcast
Not one sided. Covers all of the NFL. Actually gets pro players, coaches and AP writers. Thanks Rob!