SPORTS YAPP Episode #24 – Interview with Caleb Campbell, Kansas City Chiefs

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Today on the show:

Kansas City Chiefs linebacker, Caleb Campbell, joins Bryce to share his story of faith, football, service, disappointment, and perseverance.

-Caleb shares the crazy story about how he was not able to play in the NFL for two years.

-He talks about his journey back to the league and dealing with the disappointments of being cut.

-Caleb gives Bryce advice about what athletes women are most impressed by! It’s not what you think. It’s a must-listen!

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Another Angle: Super Bowl Media Day in more than 140 characters

On January 31, I attended my first Super Bowl Media Day—quite possibly one of my most memorable experiences in my short journalism career. I tweeted a lot that day—mostly about serious and spiritual things for our subscribers—but there were also a number of tidbits that didn’t make the, uh, dreaded 140-character Twitter limit. I apologize ahead of time for this brief glimpse into my dysfunctional brain…

3:21 a.m. – Wake up ready to go, then realize it’s not even 4 a.m.

Somewhere between 3:22 a.m. and 7 a.m. – Have a dream about purposely tripping Tom Brady at Media Day and justifying my act of violence by saying it’s work related. Seriously.

7 a.m. – Wake up and realize that’s the best dream I’d had in a long, long, time…
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SS At the Super Bowl: Blog Entry No. 4 (Media Day)

One of the coolest things on Media Day, at least for me, was having the opportunity to interview other members of the media. We talked to EPSN’s Rick Reilly, Fox Sports’ Dan Patrick, Sports Illustrated’s Peter King, NBC’s Tony Dungy (yes, he’s media now), and at the media party last night at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, I had the opportunity to sit down with one of my favorite journalists, Indianapolis Star columnist Bob Kravitz. Sure, not all of them were Christians. I’m not sure if any of them were outside of Tony. But my colleague from All Pro Dad and I enjoyed asking them about something that related to faith…

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