Articles tagged with: NFL
Prince Amukamara of the NY Giants Speaks with BSP!!
Coming 8/2: Randy Zellea of Back Sports Page recently had the opportunity to speak NYG wide out Prince Amukamara about his life in the NFL, giving back to the community and much more!!!
Bowling To Help The Children Of the City!!
This past month, former New York Giants wide receiver David Tyree hosted the 3 annual Charity Bowl benefitting Children of the City at Bowlmor Lanes at Chelsea Piers in New York City. Tyree, best known for the Super Bowl XLII “Helmet Catch,” invited former and current Giants teammates out to support his organization to raise money to break the cycle of poverty for disadvantaged children and their families.
Back Sports Page recently attended the Children of the City Bowling event hosted by former New York Giant David Tyree. On Hand were multiple members of the current Giants roster. Read more about the event and the Children of the City.
Hey Bar Rescue fans! Katie Hutchinson weill be co-hosting Real Sports Talk Radio, produced by Back Sports Page this Thursday night with host Randy Zellea, and special guest Chef Brian Duffy!We need your help! We are doing a special called "Rescue Edition"
First, tell us what rescued bars you want to hear an update from!
Secondly, please comment with questions you have for me and/or Chef Brian Duffy so we can answer them on the air! If you're on Twitter, feel free to tweet your question and use #RescueEdition.
We will hear live from some of the owners on how business has been since the airing of their Rescue!!
Show Will air live at 8pm on 5/29
To listen Click Here
What do you say about a man who changes your perception on life just by living his own?
As an avid Baltimore Ravens fan, I have the utmost respect for O.J. Brigance and was honored with the opportunity to interview him.
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in times of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” - Martin Luther King Jr.
Mike T (@mtramontozzi)and Randy(@randybsp) Welcomed ESPN's Herman Edwards to Real Sports Talk Radio to discuss the NFL offseason his experiences inside and outside the NFL as well added five random questions. Download and Listen Now!!!
7pm EST This Monday Night!!
ESPN NFL Insider Herman Edwards will be on the next edition of Real Sports Talk Radio on 5/19. Hosts Randy Zellea and Mike Tramontozzi will be hosting live and will be talking all aspects of the NFL off season and another great edition of Five Random Questions!!
Listen to the show live this Monday at 7pm EST by clicking HERE
Randy Zellea Speaks With The Coach As He Talks ESPN, WWE and more with the Coach!!
Randy Zellea of BSP recently interviewed ESPN Anchor Jonathan Coachman. Many are familiar with Coachman, as he established himself with the WWE where he worked with some of the biggest names in wrestling. Coachmen left wrestling and transitioned into ESPN where he has become a household name, both on Prime Time Radio and TV broadcasts.
Brent Celek has a lot to be excited about these days…and who could blame him? Winning a division title in 2014, playing under offensive juggernaut Chip Kelly, planning a trip to the FIFA World Cup in Brazil and his alma mater, Cincinnati, off to a great start in college basketball. But none of these things can provide Brent with the same satisfaction he receives from his true passion… the “Take Flight Foundation.
This week Randy Zellea (@randybsp) and Mike Tramontozzi (@mtramontozzi) are back on Real Sports Talk Radio produced Backsportspage.com . This week discuss the Big Winners and losers in the NFL. What is up with Brooklyn Nets?? The Knicks well.....Mike T and Randy will debate. Patrick Creighton from Sports Radio 610am in Houston joins us to give us a different perspective of the week it was. Call in and join the talk at 760-283-0846, #realsportstalkradio, #backsportspage
First of our Flashback Interview Series!!
Back Sports Page looks back to earlier in 2013 as Randy Zellea Spoke One on One with Giants Wide Receiver Victor Cruz. Victor speaks about the Young Whales movement, his foundation, his new contract and much more!! These interviews are uncut and raw #backsportspage #bspflashback #Realsportstalkradio
To Listen to the show through BlogTalkRadio Here
To listen through Podomatic listen Here
Real Sports talk with Randy Zellea (@randybsp)? Yes it is happening. With Mike Tramotozzi (@mtramotozi) Hosts the show live from 7pm-8pm. Tonight Mike Dives into the NFL and NBA action from this past week. We also here from BSP’s own Marcus Jacobs live from the MLB winter Meetings at 7:30pm. #realsportstalkradio #backsportspage Call in at 760-283-0846
Real Sports talk without Randy Zellea (@randybsp)? Yes it is happening. With Randy gone Mike Tramotozzi (@mtramotozi) Hosts the show live from 7pm-8pm. Tonight Mike Dives into the NFL and NBA action from this past week. We also here from BSP’s own Marcus Jacobs live from the MLB winter Meetings at 7:30pm. #realsportstalkradio #backsportspage Call in at 760-283-0846
Seth Kamens joins Randy Zellea for Real Sports Talk Radio at 7pm EST. Tonight the boys discuss the mess known as NY Sports scene. Are the Knicks and Nets really that bad? The Yankees and Mets are making moves but are they good moves? Can you believe that after all this the Giants and Jets have the same record? We also discuss the events of this crazy sports week!! Also Thumbs up Thumbs down.. Tweet us at @randybsp or @skamens and visit us facebook.com/realsportstalkradio and call in 760-283-0846
Over the years, Coach Charlie Weis has helped develop professional and student athletes, while also devoting his utmost attention to his own family. The wisdom that he continues to share with his family and peers is a nod to the invaluable information he has gathered both on and off the field.
Charlie Weis was born in Trenton, the capital of New Jersey. After graduating from Notre Dame in 1978, Weis began his professional coaching career under Bill Parcells, when he was named offensive assistant and assistant special teams coach with the New York Giants in 1990. That year, The Giants went on to win Super Bowl XXV at the end of that season, beating the Buffalo Bills by a score of 20-19. As an assistant, Weis served under Bill Parcells with the Giants, Jets and Patriots.