During ESPN Gruden’s QB Camp, comedian Frank Caliendo sat down as Jon Gruden interviewing the real Jon Gruden.
Comedian Frank Caliendo will be appearing at the Comedy Zone this weekend and joining the Mac Attack, in studio, on Friday. Today, he broke down his most recent project and complimented Jim on being alive. (Photo by: Ethan Miller/Getty Images Entertainment)
Commentators have a lot of air time to fill. And sometimes they say something stupid.
The Buccaneers have a new coach and an incumbent quarterback, Josh Freeman, coming off a bad season. The open 2012 against reigning Offensive Rookie of the Year, QB Cam Newton and the rising Carolina Panthers at home in what could be a high scoring game. Head coach Greg Schiano and Freeman have a tough task if they are to start the year with a win.
As I was making my picks, I couldn’t help but think how good some of the games coming up this weekend are. Then I came to the Monday Night game: Indianapolis Colts against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This game sounds terrible, which prompted me to ask, should the NFL flex Monday night games?
Here’s what former NFL head coach and current ESPN analyst Jon Gruden had to say about Cam Newton, Patrick Peterson and others in a Q&A.
The Drive Hour 1 4-19-11- Hour one comes with talk of Cam Newton’s football accumen after Jon Gruden talks with him on ESPN. Plus Alex Marvez from Foxsports.com calls in to talk NFL draft […]