After Hours Amy Lawrence Weekly Rewind 1/26-1/30

JAY FEELY – 1/26/15
Veteran NFL kicker

“I think leadership and accountability – and I think both from the coaches’ standpoint as well as players. They had a lot of talent, they had a lot of guys that can play in the NFL, that can be great players in the NFL. I think offensively they were loaded with talent. Defensively, they were pretty young, but they had a lot of guys that came on toward the end of the season and played better – a lot of young players. So that bodes well for them offensively. But I think offensively they got to find a way to hold guys accountable, and they have to have some discipline. I think John Fox will bring both of those.”
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ROSS TUCKER – 1/27/15
NBC Sports NFL analyst

“With all the denials coming, it’s going to be very, very interesting if the NFL doesn’t have any more formal evidence than this (video). Because I’m just not sure this is enough.”
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MIKE FERRERI – 1/28/15
KOMO-TV Seattle sports director

“From a local standpoint, we know that when we had spoken with him in the past, the guy’s funny – and you don’t want to miss it.”
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EVAN WASHBURN – 1/28/15
CBS Sports Network NFL analyst

“Again, if you can just sort of remove yourself from thinking that it’s a real journalistic effort as you head to media day, you can have some fun with it. Because it’s something unique in sports.”
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CHRIS SIMMS – 1/29/15
CBS Sports and Bleacher Report NFL analyst

“He’s not here to do the media song and dance and not here to build his brand. I kind of like it.”
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ALICIA JESSOP – 1/29/15
University of Miami Sports Business professor

“You have to get in front of the eyes. And unfortunately – or maybe fortunately for those of us who watch television – there aren’t too many instances where you can get in front of as many eyes as the Super Bowl presents. There’s that issue. But in terms of what companies spend on the ground here in Phoenix, I’m not sure that’s worth it. I think the $4.5 million for a commercial slot is worth it. But when you see what corporations do in terms of open bars, in terms of performers like Rihanna, in terms of fashion shows with some of the top models – you have to ask yourself: What is this really getting this entity? Is it really bringing eyes to this organization? Are they really gaining traction? Or are they just having a good time in Phoenix? So I don’t know if the things here on the ground are as well worth the dollar as the commercial is.”
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