Mariotti Show Replay: Thursday, Jan. 23rd

Missed part of the show? Here’s a rewind of the program on January 23, 2014.

The Mariotti Show streams live M-F noon to 3 ET.

Hour One on The Jay Mariotti Show: January 23, 2014:
— Thurmond says Welker hit on Talib was dirty
— He is one of Seattle DBs in NFL drug busts
— This was first interview day. Wait until New York
— Seattle focus and discretion big angle in game

— Speaks at length, very thoughful
— A shame he was “immature” Sunday, as he put it
— Put his ego ahead of team
— Can learn from this, but 60 m people formed opinions
— Doesn’t like use of “N-word,” could do great leadership work
— He will be No. 1 focus of media next week, at all times
— Admires Muhammad Ali
— No reason has to be T.O., Ochocinco, Rodman diva

— Actually have someone who wants to coach him?
— Pettine is a defensive guy when they need offense
— If draft Manziel, who will groom him?
— Haslem has topped Snyder, Jones as No. 1 owner goof


Hour Two on The Jay Mariotti Show: January 23, 2014:
— Don’t listen to weather reports till middle of next week
— Wind in stadium will be biggest factor
— Already has rehearsal Dec. 15: 8 inches cleared out easilt
— Broncos, Manning have more to worry about with weather
— Denver better focus on stronger running game
— Seattle, brute-force team, built for bad weather
— Traffic outside MetLife already worst in sports, now what?

— Goodell says will consider allowing concussion patients to use
— Much better idea than Vicodin, which leads to serious addiction
— Denver vs. Seattle: The Weed Bowl
— HBO piece estimates more than 50 percent of players use
— Tested only once per offseason

— High-rollers most worried about weather
— Poor folks might have to be a little cold and wet
— Musical acts playing in snow and wind chills?
— Can’t understand the KIngs of Leon singer as it is


Hour Three on The Jay Mariotti Show: January 23, 2014:
— Did Yankees overpay? Cubs, Dodgers nowhere near $155 m
— He doesn’t speak English. Need to communicate
— Ichiro, Kuroda can help, but Girardi and McCann need lessons
— Yankees still impulsive spenders, and industry is laughing
— Spend half-billion, and not one move is a sure bet

— Who isn’t rooting for him?
— New racket, strategy at 32
— He can beat Nadal, who has hand issue
— Great when older athletes strike back
— They tell us when they’re done
— Men’s tennis always has a great story angle

— Again, will he ever win a major?
— Says he’s not 58, but 38 pushing it
— Needs to top Nicklaus to purge scandal
— Otherwise, he’ll be known as gifted golfer done in by bimbos

— No longer top corner, Revis rips Sherman
— Says put himself over team
— Revis has taken a step back in corner debate

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