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JR has a new Top 6 list. This time it’s MOST outspoken people in sports

6- Popovich

5- Deion

4- McGregor

3- Draymond

2- Rodgers

1- Barkley

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I get started 10 p.m. Eastern Time, 7 p.m. Pacific, and we've had a busy night. What else is new? Aaron Judge makes history tying Roger Maris with 61 home runs in the American League, which is a record, and he has another week of baseball to break the record for the American League. And let's see if he can do it.

He did it in Toronto tonight in a New York Yankees victory over the Blue Jays, of course. We talked about a lot of the injuries, unfortunately, that have taken place in the NFL. You got Mac Jones. Bill Belichick won't tell us if he's hurt. Tua Tonga Veloa dealing with his own back and ankle injuries. Jamis Winston, his back hurts as well and his ankle. Joey Bosa is going on injured reserve. He's going to need surgery to his groin.

Just a lot going on. Miles Garrett. He was in a car accident. There's a chance maybe, maybe, maybe not that he plays against the Falcons. He has a busted up shoulder and arm.

I think a one arm Miles Garrett could probably still whip up on the Falcons. My apologies to all my Falcons friends. And then also I had an amazing time in Philadelphia yesterday. Today I was at Drexel University, the media for the movement tour. And later on in the show, I want to share with you just just how great it was. So we're going to hear from someone very special Special Olympics athlete, Sharon Quarles.

We'll get there later on in the show. But it's that time of the week. It's time for a new top six list. And right before we went to break, we heard from Belichick. A matter of fact, Mac Jones.

This man is busted up and Bill Belichick didn't want to spill the beans as to what his issue or problem is. If you need a reminder, take a listen. Day by day is getting better. See how it goes. Day by day.

Does he have a high ankle sprain? Day by day. What do I look like? A doctor? An orthopedic surgeon? I don't know.

Talk to the medical experts. We'll evaluate him. I mean, what difference does it make to me? Do you think I'm going to read the MRI? That's not my job.

But it's theirs and they talk to you about it, right? Yeah, it's day by day. It's getting better day by day. We'll see. See how it is tomorrow. It's a lot better than it was yesterday.

See how it is. Well, that might be the longest stretch of answers that Bill Belichick gives the entire season. And so we should all consider ourselves lucky that Bill Belichick, he blessed us with a long answer.

He said day by day. He used it as a response in that press conference 12 times. No one is going to call him charismatic.

No one is going to, you know, shower him with praise for his interactions. But this is Bill Belichick. This is his M.O.

This is what he does. And so this is what we get in the NFL season. We got the Mike Tomlins of the world. We get the Belichick's, the Pete Carroll's.

These guys are entertaining, even if they don't want to be. And then just on Monday, we had NBA media day, media availability over the past several days. And we got all types of coaches and players just just saying wild and crazy things like, hey, Russell Westbrook, man, do you you feel like you're wanted here? Russell Westbrook is just like, listen, you go to work. People don't like you at work. You still got to do your job.

Classic, classic response. And so in lieu of everything going on right now in the world of sports. It's a top six list tonight.

It's what I do every Wednesday night into Thursday morning. And I'm going to give you some personalities. I'm going to give you some individuals in the world of sports who are the opposite of Bill Belichick.

Damn it. When they talk, people listen. When they talk, people have crazy opinions.

They get it out of you. It's time for a new top six list. Let's go ahead and hit the funky music. Six, five, four, three, two, one. It's time to get J.R.'s latest top six list only on the J.R. sport brief.

That's right. It's the J.R. sport brief show here with you on CBS Sports Radio. Yeah, this is the opposite of Belichick. It's time for a list. Top six list. Outspoken personalities in sports. We might as well start off with someone who is a coach, not in the NFL, but in the NBA. Let's get this number out the way. Number six. This is someone who's just waltzing right into the Hall of Fame.

They might as well put him in there right now. Most wins ever in NBA history and five championships. Thirteen hundred plus wins. This is also one of his great accomplishments. He he fired his old coach Bob Hill and gave himself the job in 96 and he's had all this success with some guy named Tim Duncan and a bunch of other folks. It's Greg Popovich. He might be short. He might be Kurt in speaking with the reporters during the game, but he has never, ever been shy about expressing his opinion. It could be a social issue.

It could be a societal issue. It could be about basketball. When Popovich does speak, he lets you know exactly how he feels. Just this week, I told you, he's been coaching since 96. He was very honest about the San Antonio Spurs. Dajonte Murray is gone. He's with the Hawks now. And dammit, these Spurs, this is a full rebuilding, development, tanking season. And Popovich, he talked about those expectations on media day.

Take a listen to this. Honest. Nobody here should go to Vegas with the thought of betting on us to win the championship. And I know somebody will say, gosh, what a Debbie Downer. There's a chance. What if they work really hard?

It's probably not going to happen. But the point is to develop this group and give them the best possible opportunity to have long NBA careers. And whoever comes after me will have an opportunity to take them to the next level.

So at this point, the job is really to start them out the right way, just like a new baby. You want to talk about outspoken? How many coaches can sit around and actually say, hey, listen, we ain't winning nothing.

We just here for developmental purposes. How many people can get away with saying that? Oh, someone who's coached the team since 1996 and has five championships and more victories than anyone in NBA history. You want to talk about some of the most outspoken individuals in the world of sports? Greg Popovich. He's on the list. Let's keep it rolling.

Number five, top six outspoken personalities. This man has he hasn't gone anywhere. I don't care if it's the NFL. I don't care if it's as a coach.

I don't care if it's in Dallas or Atlanta or for the forty niners or the NFL network. It's neon. Dion. It's prime time. Dion Sanders. He's just he's there even now as a coach. He says everything that's on his mind from the day that he was drafted. He said what was on his mind.

Never shy. One of the originators, one of the athletes who helped open up the box for expression. And even now, he's been in the Hall of Fame for more than 10 plus years now. His championships, all of his success. He's he's actually inspiring other individuals. He's inspiring you. He's killing it at Jackson State.

It's a trailblazer in this regard right now. He's had to deal with some health issues, foot problems, amputations. He has a different viewpoint on life right now and he's sharing it with others. So, Dion, that you knew loud and obnoxious. And right now he's helping other people through his own experiences. He was on the I Am Athlete podcast.

And Dion Sanders. Well, he got deep about his own life and suicidal thoughts and how he got through things. Take a listen. I gave my life to the Lord in a condo all alone in Cincinnati, Ohio. I was playing baseball, man. So I went to a roller coaster of emotions. I was at the bottom of to me what life was. That's why you got public success and everybody is successful publicly.

They're struggling somewhere properly. And you've got to really understand that. See, the thing about it. We do this when the camera's on.

We got to do this when the camera's off. We got to talk to each other, man. We got to love each other.

We got a bad friend. You all right, dog? You all right, man? You all right, dog? Chad, you all right?

Chad, you know, I do that with him all the time. You all right, baby? Talk to me. Just tell me you're good. I'm good. I don't need nothing.

I don't want nothing. That's how it is. So we don't do that as men, especially when we start putting folks on a pedestal, man. Like, shoot, you know, and that's not good.

That's why you got to be careful who you call a role model, because a lot of these models are here playing roles before. That's it right there. I'm just letting you know we put that on this shirt.

OK. I personally didn't find the last part to be also poetic enough to put it on the shirt, but I get it. And Deion Sanders, as he's gotten older, he's still outspoken. He will still speak his mind.

It doesn't matter what the topic is, but you got to give him a whole lot of credit for taking this part of his life and giving back and paying forward. Always outspoken. Definitely on the list.

Let's keep it rolling. Top six outspoken personalities. Who do we have next?

Number four. Oh, man. This guy is out. He needs to talk to Deon. Needs to learn. I don't know if Deon is humble yet.

Probably this guy needs a humbling even in catching an ass whooping. This guy is talking trash. He's beaten up old people at bars. He's driving without a license. He's selling whiskey.

This guy is out of his damn mind. He also happens to be the biggest pay per view draw in UFC history. Yes, I am talking about Conor McGregor. This is the only man who will sit on a mat in an octagon with a broken leg after a loss. And insult the opponent's wife. I'm talking about my main man, Dustin Poitier from Louisiana.

Dustin Poitier. He checked the kick. Conor McGregor will tell you that he didn't. Conor McGregor broke his leg.

He's being interviewed with a broken leg on the mat. And he's talking trash. And he's not even talking trash. He's insulting the man's wife.

You know what? There's there's nothing left for me to say. Just take a listen from UFC 264. The fight obviously stopped in a horrible way.

Give us your thoughts on how it was going. It was boxing the blade and head off him. Kicking the blade and leg off him.

He was most sure he threw it to close the distance. This is not over. If we have to take this, I'm sorry for him.

It's all I'm sorry. We don't give a ****. He said that he believes that one of the kicks that he checked is what broke your leg. There was no check.

There was not really that much check. Your wife is in the DMs, hey, baby. Hit me back up, I'll track your leg along.

We'll be out here at the party to win nightclub, baby. You're looking big, you little ****. **** him.

Oh, damn. That sounds like somebody who's been punched in the head way too many times. Like you just got your ass. Your leg is broken on the floor. Shut up. Hey, baby, come to my hotel room. We're going to be partying.

You go to the hospital. What are you saying? Damn. It was about six years ago, maybe at this point, six years, five years ago. I actually I don't want to say confronted because it makes it sound like I was going to whoop his ass.

I was not. I had to ask Conor McGregor one time. Like, what do you what are you being so disrespectful to black women for? He was promoting his fight with Floyd Mayweather and he was doing all these references. He's like, hey, I'm here for the black ladies in Brooklyn. And I'm like, yo, just what are you saying? And he's looking at me going, oh, I didn't expect this black guy to ask me this question. Conor McGregor is like, oh, I was just joking.

I know he probably wanted to punch me in the face. Who cares? Top six list of outspoken personalities in sports. McGregor is at number four. Who do we have at this number?

Number three. This man is trying to take the media by storm. He's trying to take ownership of the media, take it away from from old school journalists.

It's the old media versus the new media stream on green. This is someone who is an active future Hall of Famer in the NBA. He just won another championship, his fourth with the Golden State Warriors. He's also the only dude who has an active contract with Turner Sports, with TNT. He has his own podcast, the Draymond Green Show. This man was in the NBA finals playing like ass and he was still talking. Sometimes he talks out of his ass, you know, calling Kendrick Perkins out of his name. And other times he makes a little bit of sense, like recently where he was on his podcast and he was letting everybody know, hey, Robert Sarver.

Oh, he gots to go. I do think it's absolutely insane that Robert Sarver is going to receive a one year ban and ten million dollar fine and just return to the sidelines next year and return to the building next year. It actually goes against everything that the NBA stands for, for everything that the NBA stands against and stands for.

This report that came out last week is the total opposite of everything that the NBA stands for. And so to think that someone like Robert Sarver that's acting in that manner can continue to represent us. That's you can't continue to represent way more people than yourself with those views, with speaking to people the way he did, with treating African-Americans and women the way he has. That's not OK. Yeah, well, he made sense that time.

Nine out of ten. He just seems like he's just rolling on and we're not done with Draymond Green. This guy is going to continue on, probably for as long as he has a voice. Get ready. You might have 20 plus years of Draymond Green. Top six outspoken personalities and sports. I got Draymond at three. Let's move on.

Number two. Can't leave this guy off the list. He hasn't met a microphone that he doesn't want to speak into. He hasn't met a podium that he doesn't want to be just it's tough. It's Aaron Rodgers.

Come on. You can ask him about being vaccinated. I've been immunized. You can ask him whether or not he's going to retire. Oh, it's a beautiful mystery. You can ask him what he wants for breakfast. I don't know. It depends on what I ate last night.

I have no idea. Now he's talking to everybody, especially Pat McAfee. He'll sit down with him and tell him the whole his whole life. Like when he told him throughout his spiritual journey and figuring things out and all this other stuff.

He's like, yeah, I was in South America. I was on them hallucinogens. Ayahuasca.

Do you remember this? Ayahuasca. Like it's a master plant teacher.

That's what I'm saying. Oh, you're not you're talking about the plant itself. Yeah, I think there's some master plant teachers from, you know.

Oscar and watch him. Bailey, I'm not I haven't done those those other ones, but there's just many plant teachers that that people have been using for thousands and thousands of years. There's churches set up across the country that serve some of these medicines and have deep and meaningful experiences. For me, it just came down to, you know, a high school best friend and I having a round of golf and talking about his recent Ayahuasca experience. You, madam, hired me to do it because I was searching for a deeper level of self-love and went down to Machu Picchu in Peru and had magical experiences there in Peru and the Sacred Valley. And and then had a couple of really interesting nights on the medicine and came back a changed person. Oh, had a couple of interesting nights on the medicine. I wish that he would kind of expand on what an interesting night entails. Not not really.

No, I don't. My only thing is when the hell is Aaron Rodgers getting his own podcast, right? It'd be one of the most viewed and listened to things on earth. He'd be moving everybody out the way. The Aaron Rodgers show. Maybe he can host it with Draymond Green.

The world would explode. I have no idea what this man is going to do post retirement, but it will be interesting. It's the J.R. sport re-show here with you on CBS Sports Radio. I'm walking you through a top six list of some of the most outspoken personalities in sports. We're going to take a break.

And when we come back, I'm going to give you numero uno. It's the J.R. sport re-show right here with you on CBS Sports Radio. You're listening to the J.R. sport brief on CBS Sports Radio. You're listening to the J.R. sport brief. Call in now at 855-212-4CBS.

That's right. It's the J.R. sport re-show here with you on CBS Sports Radio. Rest in peace and much love to the family of Coolio. Unfortunately, we learned that he passed away today in Los Angeles at the age of 59.

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Just how about say on earth, especially here in North America. Rest in peace to Coolio. Much love to his family dealing with this situation. It is the J.R. sport re-show here with you on CBS Sports Radio. I've just delivered you a new top six list. I'm getting ready to reveal number one. We talked about individuals who happen to be the most outspoken personalities in the world of sports. And before I give you number one, let me go ahead and just give you a quick recap. And number six, I gave you a coach. His name? Greg Popovich.

At this stage of his career, he has no problem saying, Yeah, my team is going to suck. This is all about development. And number five, I gave you someone who helped really usher in an era of athletic expression. That happens to be Deion Sanders. He's no longer a professional athlete. He's a coach. He's giving back. He's paying forward. And he's not just being flashy. He's no longer flashy. He's more practical and sharing just tips with his kids, who he coaches, life, anyone who listens.

Much love to Deion Sanders. At number four, you want to talk about outspoken? Come on. Conor McGregor broke his leg in the Octagon and he was still talking trash. And not to Dustin Poirier, his opponent, but to the guy's wife.

Just absolutely ridiculous. And number three, outspoken personalities. I gave you Draymond Green. This man has a podcast. You know, you're outspoken when you suck in the NBA finals and you still go to your hotel room after the game to do a show.

OK. And number two, I gave you Aaron Rodgers. Is he coming? Is he going? Is he retiring?

Is he staying? Who's he dating? What's he smoking? What's he drinking? You know, what is he injecting into his body? We don't know. But somehow, some way, he's going to give you a philosophical answer about it all.

I just gave you a list. Every one of these names. Opinionated. Controversial. Say what's on their minds.

And so that leaves us with this right here. Number one, most outspoken personality in the world of sports. You know what? I'm not going to say his name. I'm going to allow you to hear something that he has had to say recently ad nauseum over and over again in somehow, some way. He's always able to make it entertaining. Take a listen. I call him after the street clothes Davis, because he's always in street clothes.

New Orleans don't have a lope like after Davis. He's a little light in the cakes. They push it.

He first of all, he's great now, but they push him off the box every single time. You're talking about food again. I was actually talking about his ass, man. Whoa.

Let's make the differentiation there. You got something you got to unload? Yes. What is it? Camera four. That's my camera.

Yes, it is. For the first month of the season, y'all blame everything on Russell Westbrook for the Lakers being putting all them old ass geezers together. Listen, Anthony Davis, you got to play better. I said on this first night, if the Lakers were going to be any good, it was all going to be on you. Listen, it's in my opinion, I blame Anthony Davis. Davis, you know, I like you as a person, but you, you ain't doing what you're supposed to. You're 27 years old. You're supposed to be one of the five best players in the world up there with Giannis, Kevin Davis and those guys.

And you ain't holding up your end of the bargain. Of course. Number one, Charles Barkley. And you just heard him. It seems like it's a weekly ritual to eviscerate Anthony Davis on the NBA on TNT.

You want to talk about outspoken? Charles Barkley has been so outspoken on Turner Sports. He is one of the best just personalities and characters that we have ever seen in the history of television.

And I wish I was exaggerating, but it happens to be a fact. Charles Barkley is so outspoken that people forget that there's actually a generation who has forgotten, or has probably never known how amazing of a basketball player he was. An MVP, someone who helped take a team to the finals, a multiple time All-Star. He's one of the greatest basketball players of all time. He's also one of the greatest personalities. And so when I think about individuals in sports right now this minute who are outspoken, Charles Barkley still tops the list. He's a legend for more than one reason.

What he did on the basketball court and what he's been able to do in a studio, in front of a camera, with a microphone in front of his face. You can go back to that MVP year in 1993. You can look at Charles Barkley and sure, didn't win a championship with the Suns, ran into some guy named Michael Jordan. But even in 1993, he was putting his stamp on things. He was being a little grating in one of the biggest campaigns, famous campaigns, that an athlete has ever had.

This is via Nike, where Charles Barkley said this. I am not a role model. I am not paid to be a role model.

I am paid to wreak havoc on the basketball court. Parents should be role models. Just because I dunk a basketball doesn't mean I should raise your kids. This is almost 30 years ago. Charles Barkley has just spanned the time. 1991 Gatorade says, hey, I want to be like Mike. Michael Jordan is running around with kids and everybody wants to be like Mike. Two years later, Charles Barkley says, man, I ain't raising your damn kids.

And 30 years later, he's calling out NBA players for playing like trash in an entertaining way. Charles Barkley, number one on the list, and thank you very much for it. Top six outspoken personalities in sports. Barkley is number one.

855-212-4CBS, that's 855-212-4CBS. If you have to think about guys and women who just express themselves to no end in the world of sports, who would it be? There are a lot of other athletes who just say what's on their mind.

Who else would you put on? I'm going to take your calls on the other side. Charles Barkley, number one. You're listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio. You're listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio.

Oh, man, this is great. I've never been on a national sports talk show. I really appreciate the call. Hey, JR, first time caller to the show, man. I've always enjoyed your stuff. Thanks for taking the call, brother. JR, I love the show. You get me through almost every night of the week. I appreciate it.

Call in now at 855-212-4CBS. That's right, it's the JR Sport Brief show here with you on CBS Sports Radio. Wednesday night into Thursday morning, I bring you a new top six list. And tonight I gave you a list of the most outspoken personalities, outspoken athletes in the world of sports.

Let me give you a quick recap if you missed it. At number six, I gave you Greg Popovich. At number five, I gave you Deion Sanders. At number four, I gave you Conor McGregor. At number three, I gave you Draymond Green. At number two, I gave you Aaron Rodgers. And at number one, all these years later, still going and going and going, one of the best TV personalities ever, one of the greatest basketball players ever, is Charles Barkley.

If you missed the full descriptions as to why, it's not that difficult. All you have to do is hit rewind on the free Odyssey app, A-U-D-A-C-Y, and then you can listen to every second, every minute that we shared here with you. But let's stick to right now. Let's take your calls.

855-212-4CBS, that's 855-212-4CBS. When I talk about outspoken personalities, outspoken athletes, active people right now, who comes to your mind as who stands out? Let's go to Richard in Atlanta.

You're on CBS Sports Radio. Go ahead, Rich. My brother from another mother. How are you? Oh, it's a pleasure to hear from you, Rich. I'm excellent. All right. I hope you like Philly a lot. I got my tweet going up about being where that's my hometown. Absolutely, Rich. I love Philadelphia.

Yes, man, absolutely. Well, I was going to say that, excuse me, Charles Barkley, I can't beat him. Can't beat him. No way, world's first state performed.

The round mouth. I am not your role model. I'm not your role model.

I don't praise your kids. Yep, he set the bar high for himself 30 years ago and he's done nothing but add to it since then. And I say that to be like this.

I mean, he's being brutally honest. And another person I like is Deion. I mean, Deion could have gone to any school and coached any other college if he wanted to. He actually chose to go to an HBCU at Jackson State. And to bring his son down there, that said to me in the statement that number one, he's putting light on the HBCU that everybody else keep forgetting about. You may have one, you may have two people coming from HBCUs like my old frat brother, Jerry Rice. And you have Walter Payton. But I'm not going to sit here and lame on him because you know them.

But like I said, he's putting light on the subject of HBCUs. And I really appreciate that. Yeah, there's no doubt about it, Rich.

Yeah, Deion is doing amazing things. I appreciate you for calling from here in Atlanta. I'll catch you soon, Rich, OK?

I hope so, bro, because we still got to get that outing. No, we sure do, man. We're going to make it happen, Rich, OK? All right, then you take care, my brother.

Appreciate you, Rich. We're calling from here in Georgia. Alan is calling from Toronto.

You're on CBS Sports Radio. When I say outspoken, you say who, Alan? I really like this fine lady, Serena Williams, and not just a superstar on the court, you know, 23 majors and everything, but off the court as well. She supports Black Lives Matter and she's an advocate for equal pay for women, equal pay for an equal job. And she certainly has made an impression on the world, you know, and she says what's on her mind. There's nothing phony baloney about her. And, you know, she's been an advocate for a lot of things. If somebody wants to hate her guts, let them do that. She doesn't care what people think. And she's a big-time social justice warrior, too.

She stands up against racial discrimination and sexism. You know, she's really great. I've always been a big fan of hers, on the court and off the court, too, both. Yes, it's going to be amazing.

And thank you, Alan, for calling from Toronto. It's going to be interesting and amazing to see what Serena Williams does now that she is, I guess in her own words, transitioning away from tennis. She doesn't want to use the word retire.

They had this whole big hubbub during the U.S. Open, amazing match on her way out. And then she was on Good Morning America a couple of weeks ago, and she's just like, eh, I don't know if I'm going to go away. That Tom Brady guy never means never.

Just like, please, don't follow Tom Brady. You said you wanted to have a family and get into your businesses and invest. Go do that.

It'd be great to see her win another, but, ugh, I don't know if it's going to happen. 855-212-4CBS. 855-212-4CBS. Greg is here from Michigan. You're on the JR Sport Brief Show. JR, Mr.

Positive, I got to tell you, I love your top six lists every Wednesday night. Also, you're spot on with Sir Charles. The man tells it like it is. He's not afraid. He doesn't pull the punches. But I've got to tell you, my controversial person is out of our Detroit Lions, Danny Campbell, biting kneecaps.

He'll cry right in front of you on the screen. He's like a wrestling character, but he's got a good heart. He's a good person, but he is outrageous, and I love it.

No, absolutely. Dan Campbell is, I want to say, is he outspoken or is he just out of his mind? Which one is it? Oh my God, um, both.

Both. But I love him. Yeah, I cannot, you know what, I just hope, I hope this is the guy. You know, the Detroit Lions, they've started to pick up additional talent throughout the roster. We still have to wait on the quarterback. I think that's pretty much the next piece, but I think Dan Campbell can be a long time coach with success here for the Lions.

I'm hoping that's the case. Everybody in Michigan deserves it, man. Thanks, Chair. Have a great night, and good night, Chap. Thank you. Thank you, Greg, for calling from Michigan.

855-212-4CBS. Speaking of quarterbacks, you know, I can't mention outspoken and not give this guy kind of just an honorable mention. I thought about putting him on the list. I think a lot of people's opinions have changed on him over the years.

It's Russell Wilson. He also happens to be outspoken. He speaks and says what's on his mind. He doesn't care how people feel about him. People call him corny. He just says whatever.

How about this? Another inspirational saying by Russell Wilson. When he was introduced to the Broncos fan base, he had this message.

Take a listen. Coach Hackett, it's been a joy to get to know you, your passion, your energy, your focus, your desire to be around the best. You told me, telling me stories about your dad being one of the best, if not the best, quarterback coach of all time and coaching some of the best in you growing up, being 12 years old, being around Joe Montana and such.

Those kind of stories are inspiring to me because I love the history of the game. And Broncos Country is about the history of the game, and I'm excited about it. I'm excited about wearing the blue and orange. I'm proud to be a Bronco. It's an honor.

It's a gift. I'm super excited about it. I'm super excited about winning. I came here for one reason.

I came here for one reason, and that's to win. That's what I believe in. So every day, what you're going to get from me is that mentality. You're going to get that juice. You're going to get that energy. You're going to get that focus, and we're going to do it together. All the guys back there are going to do it together. That's what it takes. But we're here for one thing, and it's to win. It's to win at the highest level often, and I'm excited about it.

I'm excited about the journey, and Broncos Country, let's ride. Oh, my God. I was like, he's going to say it, and he did. He's like, he's going to say it. He's going to say it. He did. He said it. Yeah, I was like, oh, he did. Oh, there are people who call this guy a phony now. Russell Wilson is a phony.

I mean, listen, he's playing the game of business of life just like everybody else, and this is how he's decided to approach it. 855-212-4CBS. He didn't make the top six. Randy's caller from New Orleans. You're on the Gerald Sport Brief Show.

Hey, good morning. I can't believe you left off Mike Tyson, the greatest outspoken athlete of all time. Is he? I think so, man, of confidence, and he backed it up. He's outspoken in what regard?

I mean, I understand why, but why do you feel he has been omitted? Well, he's the baddest man. He knew it. He talked the talk.

He walked the walk. In the ring, off the ring, every interview. But this is what I'm saying. What did he say?

So here's first of all, I'm thinking about active athletes and individuals in the space right now. And so if I look at Popovich, he's the current coach of the Spurs. If I look at Deon, he's a coach. Conor McGregor, he's an active ass whopper who isn't whooping ass because he's making money, but he's around. Draymond Green, he's making podcasts during the finals. Aaron Rodgers is podcasting all over the place. And Charles Barkley, even in retirement, is one of the most famous basketball personalities on earth. And so Mike Tyson, he has a podcast, I think it's called Hot Boxing with Mike Tyson, and he's known for smoking weed right now. But even if I have to think about some of his best quotes and things that he said in interviews with Oprah and Robin Givens, I can go on forever. Oh, he hung up. I guess he gets the picture like Mike Tyson outspoken. About what? Eating people's children?

Biting off ears? I love Mike Tyson whooping ass like the next guy, but I don't know if I put him there. Thinking about athletes, tell me about some athletes, guys who are right here at the forefront right now. 855-212-4CBS. That's 855-212-4CBS. I'm going to get to more of your calls.

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