This week we are joined by Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly. He had a tremendous NFL career with the Buffalo Bills, appearing in four straight Super Bowls.
This week we are joined by Carolina Panthers wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery before the team’s big NFC
This week we are joined by Jacksonville Jaguars long snapper Carson Tinker. He won 3 BCS National Championships at Alabama and while he was there he was greatly impacted by the deadly tornadoes that swept through Tuscaloosa in 2011. He tragically lost his girlfriend and was personally injured all over his body.
This week we are joined by the kicker for the undefeated Carolina Panthers, Graham Gano. He played his college ball at Florida State and has been with the Panthers since 2012. He discusses being an NFL dad and describes how he leaves work at work.
This week we are joined by CBS College Basketball Analyst, Clark Kellogg. He shares some quick thoughts about being a dad of grown children and how parenting never ends, but the dynamics of it do change.
On this week’s Be There Dad Radio Feature, Bryce Johnson from the UNPACKIN’ it radio show shares some thoughts and observations about the father-son relationship between Dell and Steph Curry.
This week we are joined by Carolina Panthers cornerback, Charles Tillman. He has written a new book (The Middle School Rules of Charles Tillman) for children and in it he shares personal stories from his childhood.
This week we are joined by former Florida Gators’ Heisman Trophy winning quarterback, Danny Wuerffel. He shares some quick thoughts about busyness and the importance of solitude. You can also listen to the full UNPACKIN’ it interview: Danny Wuerffel.
This week Bryce Johnson from the UNPACKIN’ it radio show shares a few thoughts about the recent comments made by rapper Snoop Dogg’s son. Cordell Broadus posted on social media his motivation to play football and explains the words that he heard from his dad that meant so much. His comments should challenge us this week.
Tony Bennett is the head basketball coach at the University of Virginia. He’s been there since 2009 and his teams have been the ACC regular season champions the last two seasons. He joins us to share his thoughts on balancing his coaching responsibilities and being a dad to his two children.