More than Football

A podcast for people who never listen to podcasts. About the NFL and more.


Sunday Nov 13, 2011

Jamie Dukes is a former offensive lineman so I had to ask him about rating offensive lines and also what he thinks about the Titans Chris Johnson's huge drop off. Recently, I caught the Reggie White and Jerome Brown "A Football Life" documentary on NFL network. Jamie was good friends with both legends and he shared some interesting things about both! Make sure you check out to find out more about Jamie's efforts to help former athletes (and others) drop the pounds!

Sunday Nov 13, 2011

Part 1 of a 2 part interview with NFL network's Jamie Dukes. We talked about getting retired NFL players healthy, why they often struggle with weight, and his experience with bariatric surgery. Visit for more info on the surgery Jamie had.

Sunday Nov 13, 2011

You know how people always ask you if they can talk to you for 5 minutes? But it always ends up being more? Well, I talked to Bryan Scott for my version of 5 minutes. Visit to enter to win an all expense paid trip to the Super Bowl! Also, download Bryan's new inspirational song "Dedication" on itunes. Follow Bryan on twitter @teambryanscott Follow me @nflgoodwitch And visit for more from me and on football players like Bryan! A little about Bryan: When the NFL lockout paused Bryan Scott's passion for football, he dedicated the extra time toward his other great love—music. Scott collaborated with his music producer brother, Brandon Scott, to record a debut single, "Dedicated"—an inspirational song that showcases his vocal, instrumental and songwriting capabilities. For the "Dedicated" music video, Scott engaged some of his NFL friends and competitors who also share a love for music—including Atlanta Falcons Fullback and Pro Bowler Ovie Mughelli, Buffalo Bills Linebacker Arthur Moats, Atlanta Falcons Linebacker Stephen Nicholas, and Jacksonville Jaguars Pro Bowl Running Back Montell Owens. The inspirational pop song encourages people to "aim for the moon" and stay dedicated to their passions. The project came naturally for Scott, whose passion for music dates back to age eight when he taught himself to play piano, drums and saxophone. Even though he's now fully engaged on the Buffalo Bills gridiron, Scott's foray into music is more than a sideline interest and he is not your average athlete-turned-rapper or singer.

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