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Former NFL stars Ryan Clark, Fred Taylor and Channing Crowder have transcended the podcast game, topping the charts globally by creating a new form of media and carving an unprecedented niche in the space of sports, music and entertainment. Hosting weekly sit-down conversations with A-list stars, delivering timely discussions on important topics, not only becoming a voice of influence but one of impact as their unguarded emotion, humor and experience has established The Pivot as a premiere podcast destination.


Packing the perfect balance of personalities and character, Ryan, Channing and Fred have pivoted their own professional careers and personal experiences into colorful storytelling, a genuine flow of conversation and originality, igniting a passion within viewers and listeners around the world to tap in weekly. The trio’s unrivaled chemistry has created a sought after environment of comfort and culture for professional athletes, celebrities, entertainers to be their authentic self on a filterless platform. Embracing the word Pivot, the platform has transformed the narrative driven by challenges, life lessons, loss and change into the ability to accept, adjust and move forward.

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FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Episode Highlights*Pregnancy, Family and Faith*Co-parenting & Dating as a single mother*Humble Beginnings & Moving to Dallas Town*Betting on yourself and winning *Stand Up Comedy & Opening for Martin Lawrence*Secret behind landing The Breakfast Club hosting seat Jess Hilarious, social media star turned comedian and the newest Breakfast Club host talks about her unique and raw approach to comedy and life experiences growing up in Baltimore, attending a college preparatory high school becoming a mother at an early age, and her quick rise to fame. Opening up for the first time publicly on how she actually landed The Breakfast Club spot, Jess shares her unconventional approach to success with Ryan, Channing and Fred so that others can learn her journey from being an internet sensation with, “Jess with The Mess” to her first real stand-up gig opening for Martin Lawernce in front of thousands to landing a seat next to DJ Envy and Charlamagne every morning on i-Heart's top daily show as she attributes her wins to betting on herself. As a young girl Jess grew up in the heart of West Baltimore, with a loving family but was exposed to the struggles of the city. Her parents wanting more for her pushed her out of her element and made her attend a college preparatory school where she no longer was the majority but the minority. At the age of 19, Jess became a mother trying to juggle the tough moments of motherhood while grasping the difficulties of childbirth as a black woman. Announcing her 2nd pregnancy over a decade later and the preparations to be a mother again brings excitement and curiosity to the experience now having guidance, proper healthcare information and the ability to make a plan to enjoy this part of life and not just be in survival mode through the process. New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms including Apple, Spotify and Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast When the Kansas City Chiefs scored the winning touchdown in Super Bowl 58, all eyes were on one player who hauled in the catch for the championship. That player was Mecole Hardman, but he has no recollection of the minutes after. The three-time Super Bowl champ sat down with Ryan, Channing and Fred to talk about the game and his career leading up to it. Only 25 years old, Mecole has already faced his fair share of adversity while in the NFL. Whether it was a short stint with the Jets that didn’t end on the best terms or five days spent stuck in bed when he was diagnosed with osteitis pubis, Hardman has had to beat several odds. Yet his big plays in the big games seem to make it all worth it. The Chiefs were a team surrounded by noise all season, yet Hardman talks about how Travis Kelce and Pat Mahomes were able to help pull everyone together in crucial moments. He may be a free agent this offseason, but Hardman has already found more success since being drafted in 2019 than many players get in their careers. With a son in his family and an empathetic perspective on life having worked with special needs children, Mecole expressed with the guys his gratitude for the positions he has been placed in. A fumble or a drop hasn’t defined his career thus far, winning has, and Mecole Hardman has proven that he will always find a way to bounce back. New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms including Apple, Spotify and Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Through all the wins, accolades and success, the champion boxer talks about the one loss he can't overcome and in a rare and emotional moment, Floyd Mayweather opens up to Ryan, Channing and Fred on his struggles and how each day he tries to grow and be a better, stronger version of himself. Sitting with the Pivot 2 years ago when the platform just started, Floyd is back now and talking about the importance of these grown men conversations and the need for men to be able to express themselves freely and the impact that comes from these conversations. But one main message the Champion has is, that In a world where we try to be in our own control of things, there are certain things beyond our control that are the hardest to accept and adjust to, Floyd gets into the different levels of life and how each stage shaped him.  No matter the sport, no matter the athlete, very few individuals have had a similar level of stardom and success as Floyd Mayweather... The iconic boxer may be retired, but his day-to-day lifestyle seems even more fulfilling than when he was fighting. In a candid and heartfelt conversation, the greatest boxer of all time discusses the people and moments that helped him become a legend.  Despite still keeping a full schedule, Floyd acknowledges how important it has been for him to spend time with his children, grandson KJ, as well as his relationship with rapper NBA Youngboy, the father of his grandson. Floyd talks about why he's made it a point to support those who have his back, when it comes to both his family and team, and why Mayweather continues to help set them up for success and the future. Vegas has now experienced global sporting events like F1 and the Super Bowl but still nothing compares to the hype and electricity that city felt during a Mayweather boxing weekend. While his 50-0 record and 16 title defenses speak for themselves inside the ring, Floyd has accumulated wealth and fame outside of boxing as well. He talks about reaching his goal of being an employer instead of an employee. Starting from the bottom and earning all he has through hard work and dedication, Floyd shares how learning from his father's ways helped shape him into the man he wanted to be. Getting into a discussion on how it's easier for people in black culture root for the illegal ways of business vs the legal success, it's always been an uphill battle to be respected for New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Our thoughts and prayers go out to the loved ones of the woman who lost her life during a senseless act on Wednesday afternoon and the multiple people and young ones who were injured during the parade in Kansas City when gun shots were fired and crowds of people scrambled to safety. We applaud the Chiefs players and coaching staff who helped people to safety and the law enforcement who sprung into action to prevent further tragedy. The guys discuss the tragic and all too familiar scene of shootings and how the value of someone's life has become to easy to sacrifice when people get into situations that this result becomes the answer is not ok. Understanding how a celebratory day now is tainted by loss and fear for innocent people around the world who have to ask and think is it safe to go out in public now? Ryan says how evil doesn't sleep and people will always allow their selfishness to prevail in times it shouldn't and Fred says how we take for granted waking up and returning home everyday as the world is a different place now.  Getting into the game and the defensive battle between the 49ers and Chiefs, Channing and Fred talk about the chess match but also push back on the lack of running plays in the first half when San Fran had control to do what they do best. Ryan looks at the big picture and reality of Patrick Mahomes etching his name in history as one of the greatest athletes ever to show up in big moments and perform under pressure. Putting him on the level of Michael Jordan, Lebron James, Tom Brady, Derek Jeter, Alex Ovechkin, Floyd Mayweather...Mahomes is one of the rarities we've seen in our era of professional athletes. Before the big game was the big week, with parties, media, events and one of the Pivot's first live shows was 3 days before the game where the guys sat down with athletes, businessmen and entertainers for shows in front of an audience discussing current topics to sports moments. But in a split moment, all of that was gone and attention turned to creating great content to losing everything as the production crew was robbed of the equipment, footage, gear and once again reality crept in as the guys talk about how letting guard down for instance became a crime of opportunity for others. Ryan, Channing and Fred give praise to the Las Vegas Police Department and the detectives who worked tirelessly around the clock to bring the guy into custody and return some of the stolen items while also using the moment to discuss how relationships with law enforcement doesn't always have to be a negative experience. As football season comes to an end, Channing and Ryan reflect on season one of Inside The NFL while Ryan opens up on the bittersweet process of his ESPN contract being up and what's next for him whether he re-signs with the network or tests the waters on his own. Both Channing and Fred weigh in on the personal sacrifices they've watched him make to dedicate himself to his work and Ryan understands how much he's grown and is committed to continue to put the work in wherever that may be.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast When Antonio Pierce received the late October night call from Mark Davis, it took him three different times to answer. At the time, The Raiders seemed to be falling apart, on a slippery streak, dropping games and losing the locker room which spurred some massive changes within the organization. Parlaying his locker room leadership and unique life experiences, Pierce was able to reunite the players, the team and everyone in the building focusing on a common goal of winning together and unity, which landed him the interim head coach in a surprise move. The inner-city only child had always leaned on one person, his mother who passed a few months earlier before he became into his next challenge…Pierce shares a personal moment with the guys that while while he waited for the official news of his hire, he took a moment of quietness outside reflecting on his life and how far he’s come and ended up looking up on the sky seeing two shooting stars, reminding him of his mother and minutes later found out that he was being named Head Coach. Immediately the vibe changed in Vegas, and the Raiders seemed to start straightening out their previous issues. Josh Jacobs was getting positive yards, Davante Adams was making 50-50 catches and Maxx Crosby sparked a new fire amongst his teammates from attacking QBs with more fuel to smoking cigars celebrating a new energy for the black and silver. Although the off season has been filled with a lot of changes, trying to find the right people for coordinators, find a quarterback to build around and make sure everyone is in step from the janitors to the cafeteria workers to the coaches to the players…being accountable and responsive to the plan forward. Pierce lets us in on his motivation, what keeps him grounded and how he is able to be a friend to his players but an enforcer when it’s time.  The blueprint is laid out, Pierce is committed to getting the Raiders back to a Super Bowl and already have won a Lombardi trophy as a player is now looking to be a world champion as a coach too. New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Don’t miss out on all the action this week at DraftKings! Download the DraftKings app today! Sign-up using http://dkng.co/defense or through our promo code DEFENSE. From commanding the field with the levels of Lamar Jackson, Joe Burrow, Patrick Mahomes to sitting at dinners with Meek Mill, Kim Kardashian, Michael Rubin…CJ Stroud has had one helluva Rookie year and is just getting started.  Heading into Super Bowl week, the talk and hype is always around quarterbacks, with this year being no different as Brock Purdy and Patrick Mahomes headline Super Bowl 58…usually for QBs it’s experience that lands you in the post season but for CJ Stroud, the front runner for NFL Rookie of the year, seems to have defied the odds and made a name for himself as one of the elite QBs in the league and led the Texans to post season success. There is nothing basic about being a quarterback in the NFL and CJ is giving credit where credit is due and talks why Brock Purdy has earned where he is but why he is still taking Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in this Sunday’s big game. but more than anything, he is reflecting back on a historical first year in the NFL and it’s not lost on him where he comes from and how it all started. CJ who was drafted to the Houston Texans 2nd overall last year, perception pointed to this scenario as being the worst to go to for any of the rookie quarterbacks but CJ proved that theory wrong and let his on-field play and leadership, take the Texans to the playoffs. The Pivot crew sat with CJ at the 2023 NFL Draft and instantly knew this young man was different. Fast forward 10 months and CJ is now sitting with Ryan, Fred and Channing, as part of the league’s top players and eager to keep getting better and growing. Stroud forged his own path this season, and with staple wins against Jacksonville, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Tampa Bay, there seemed to be a unanimous call for him to be the Offensive Rookie of the Year.  New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms. GAMBLING PROBLEM? CALL 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537 (AZ/CO/IA/IL/IN/KS/KY/LA/MD/ME/MI/NJ/OH/OR/PA/TN/VA/VT/WV/WY), (800) 327-5050 or visit gamblinghelplinema.org (MA). Call 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY).Please Gamble Responsibly. Call 1-800-522-4700 (NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), or visit www.1800gambler.net (WV).21+ (18+ KY/NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/KY/LA(select parishes)/MA/MD/ME/MI/NJ/NY/OH/PA/TN/VA/VT/WV/WY only. Void in ONT/OR/NH. Eligibility restrictions apply. On behalf of Boot Hill Casino & Resort (KS). Bet $5 Get $200: Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min. $5 bet. $200 issued in bonus bets. Ends 2/11/24 11:59 PM ET. Void in NH/OR. Bet Match: Valid 1 per customer. Opt-in req. Place a Super Bowl LVIII bet and receive one Bonus Bet based on amount of initial bet. Min. $1 bet. Min. odds per bet and max. reward varies by customer cohort. Bonus Bet issued once original bet settles. Ends at the conclusion of Super Bowl LVIII on 2/11/24. Rewarded Bonus Bets expire 7 days (168 hours) after being awarded. Bonus bets must be wagered 1x before any resulting cash winnings can be withdrawn and stake is not included in winnings. See terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/promos. Ends 02/11/24 at 11:59 PM ET. Sponsored by DK.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast The Super Bowl teams are set, and We are in Orlando with the late nights early mornings on the Pivot grind but love being able to chop it up with all the guys who earned NFL recognition for being the best of the best this season and we are soaking it all in.  Getting into Lamar Jackson and what being the front runner for MVP did for him but also coming up short in the AFC championship and what that means for his legacy on and off the field. Ryan Channing and Fred talk about Patrick Mahomes and the way he is seen by the world vs how Lamar is viewed which gets into the Mahomes vs Brady about the greatest QB of all time.  Playing opposite Mahomes next Sunday, Brock Purdy who as the QB of San Francisco sparks a lot of debate of where he falls in the pecking order of NFL quarterbacks on whether being a game manager or game changer. The guys are on different sides of the perspective and Ryan admits to the flack he received about his analysis but stays consistent in his thoughts. With so much of public opinion being at front and center of sports, the guys talk about how the power of our words affect people.  Ryan gets into the discussion about conflict and conflict resolution and how talking about how the early offseason for Dallas Cowboys has been a lot of in-house drama leaking to the public and how do they recenter and what’s importance of family ties and bonds. How does conflict affect relationships and how do we come back from things that are destructive.  Lightening the discussion Fred takes the conversation left and Channing brings it even more left as they talk about men having sex with women during the time of the month and we still can’t believe our producer let us keep this in but if you know Channing, you won’t be surprised. And then talk about the trend of older women dating younger men and how the roles reversed and what the guys think of this pivot.  Tap in today for a fun football conversation that get into a lot of fun topics and the guys just chopping it up about ball, life, relationships and a lot of laughs!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Ryan, Channing and Fred sit down with Bobby to talk about his insane NFL career despite setbacks and loss along the way and the Super Bowl champ gives his pick for NFC championship and talks why Lamar Jackson is a his year’s MVP. With Championship Sunday this wknd, Bobby speaks through experiences of playing the NFC West rival 49ers and why it’s Detroit he will be rooting for as well as 2 of the leagues best QBs going at it in the AFC with Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes, he breaks it down with the guys. Winning a Super Bowl, Bobby knows the discipline and preparation necessary to be on that level and talks through what made his defensive unit one of the best in NFL history and also talks about how he felt it would last for years until his team came up short of another Lombardi trophy. He shares how much Pete Carroll helped him stay the course of his career and how an unexpected person outside of football taught him he needed to work harder to be the best as he shares the story of the night he watched Beyoncé perform and how it changed him. With a tough start in football and being underestimated, Bobby talks about how the loss of his mother has shaped the player and man he is today and why it’s equally important to be just as successful off the field as on. When Bobby was a freshman at Utah State, his mom suffered a stroke leading to her passing. Bobby talked to the guys about her impact on him and how she is his biggest motivation to always be the best version of himself. New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms including Apple, Spotify and Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast What is the four-letter word Gayle King loves that a man says? Ryan, Channing and Fred sat down with the CBS “This Morning” host to talk about her journey from childhood to a career in journalism and the relationships cultivated along the way.  Not many people have established themselves as a mainstay in the ever-evolving world of journalism like Gayle King has by accomplishing so much in a competitive and sometimes, unforgiving field. The long-time TV personality has a resume that includes dozens of A-list conversations, intriguing stories, unprecedented access and an even more impactful life as a mother, which she credits as her greatest role.  Going back to where it all started as a young aspiring female, Gayle King began her career as a production assistant in Baltimore when she met anchor Oprah Winfrey. Since that one snowy night, Gayle formed an unbreakable bond with Oprah and their tight-knit friendship has been surviving and thriving and for nearly 4 decades. Gayle shares a funny story about her and Oprah while describing their connection.  From Jay-Z to R. Kelly to Blake Shelton, Gayle has had a diverse array of guests she’s interviewed, and she discusses her approach when there are intense moments. In particular she describes the emotions and intentions around the lightening rod of a conversation with R Kelly as he was facing serious allegations and jail time. As Gayle speaks, she instills wisdom on the state of journalism today, mentioning that taking time to understand people goes a long way.  While her personal life is under the microscope a lot, Gayle opens up on life after her divorce and her ability to find a work life blend while being a single mother with a demanding career. Gayle touches on her current her dating history sharing a personal story of a recent encounter gone wrong while candidly speaking on what she wants in a guy, which catches Ryan, Channing and Fred off guard but creates nonstop laughter amongst the group.  New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms including Apple, Spotify and Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Don’t miss out on all the action this week at DraftKings! Download the DraftKings app today! Sign-up using http://dkng.co/pivot or through our promo code DEFENSE. In life and sports, we are all judged on who we are in the biggest moments and for NFL players, now is that moment with only a few teams left in the final push to see who plays in the Super Bowl. After a wild first round, we head into the divisional playoffs and Ryan, Channing and Fred are making their picks, talking about the team's still left standing and of course Channing felt vindicated after all year of not believing in Dallas and seeing them upset by the Green Bay Packers. Before getting into the weekend ahead, the guys reflect on our last conversation with Dez Bryant and being grateful for him opening up, sharing his perspective based on his experiences and how he uses them to create a better life for his children and future generations. The impact from his words touched so many and helped lead the guys into a conversation on discipline and parenting, as they talk about how important it is to set an example for the future generations. Whether it is on TV or in a line at Starbucks, signs of respect go a long way. With the Dallas Cowboys’ loss during the Wild Card round of the playoffs, the guys speak on Dak’s season and agree that he has simply not performed in the bigger moments. Channing explains it the best way he can, which has the guys laughing in tears as he puts Dallas' post season success in "Channing" terms. Many thought this season was the one for the Cowboys to take the next step, but they are entering the offseason with more confusion than answers. Ryan emphasizes how players like Tom Brady were able to focus on the field when the spotlight was brightest and says that Dak was seeing the world instead. The conversation shifts to the NFL’s greatest quarterback where they debate the importance Brady and Bill Belichik each had on the Patriots. GAMBLING PROBLEM? CALL 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (AZ/CO/IA/IL/IN/KS/KY/LA/MD/ME/MI/NJ/OH/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY), (800) 327-5050 or visit gamblinghelplinema.org (MA). Call 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY). Please Gamble Responsibly. Call 1-800-522-4700 (NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), or visit www.1800gambler.net (WV). 21+ (18+ KY/NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/KY/LA(select parishes)/MA/MD/ME/MI/NJ/NY/OH/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Void in ONT/OR/NH. Eligibility restrictions apply. On behalf of Boot Hill Casino & Resort (KS). Bet $5 Get $200: Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min. $5 bet. $200 issued in bonus bets. Void in NH/OR. No Sweat: Opt in req. 1 No Sweat token issued per day. SGP/SGPx bets only. 3+ legs req. Max. wagering limits apply. Must use funds from cash balance. Must select a token BEFORE placing a bet. Bet must lose after applying Token. Paid as one Bonus Bet based on the amount of losing bet. Tokens expire at the start of the last game each day when offered. No Sweat cannot be used to redeem Bet $5 Get $200 offer. Rewarded bonus bets expire 7 days (168 hours) after being awarded. Bonus bets must be wagered 1x and stake is not included in winnings. Ends 01/28/24 at 11:59 PM ET. Sponsored by DK. See terms at dkng.co/ftball. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Dez will go down as one of the top Dallas Cowboys receivers to wear the star, but the stories and attention that followed #88 for a decade is what the former WR is sharing about dealing with pressure, expressing the disadvantages to succeeding in big D while in the NFL and lack of family support growing up motivating him to make a change in his own adult life. In an emotional conversation, Dez reveals never-heard-before stories and the inner workings of his life and career. Opening up about the dysfunctional relationship between him and former head coach Jason Garrett, the lack of locker room bond between teammates, the feeling of being set up to fail and his complicated bond with the Jones family, Dez talks about how playing for Dallas was a blessing and a curse in one. Bryant says that he was never given a fair opportunity to learn or mature when he reached the NFL, and the media’s portrayals of him stemmed from preconceived ideas of who he was.  In order to “X out the negativity,” Bryant became a three-time Pro Bowler and led the NFL in touchdown receptions in 2014. While he may be remembered most for his infamous no-catch against the Green Bay Packers in 2015, he shines a light on the troubles of that season and the pivot he made to survive. Talking about his childhood through his recent attempts to help the future of the game. Whether it was family, teammates, coaches, reporters or friends, Dez is candid about the relationships he cultivated over the years, remaining open and honest when it comes to misunderstood narratives.  Being raised in a different scenario of having a mother who was barely a teenager at his birth created a bumpy road for Dez early on, and with a complex bond to his father, Dez was often independent and trying to make it on his own. Football went from a simple game to his ticket to a new life, and with a mom or dad rarely in attendance, Dez had to self teach hard lessons while trying to find his way. With a life full of adversity, Dez remains himself to this day, and being away from the game as a player has allowed for him to focus on helping others and supporting his family in ways he couldn’t be supported as a kid.  New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms including Apple, Spotify and Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast One of the most iconic moments in football history came from one of the game’s most prolific players, and it didn’t even happen during a play. When Michigan star Desmond Howard struck the Heisman pose against Ohio State in 1991, he cemented his legacy as a college football great and etched his name in football history books. Fresh off of his alma mater's big National Championship win this week, the former Heisman winner and MIchigan great Desmond Howard, sits with Ryan, Channing and Fred to chat about his life on and off the field from growing up in impoverished parts of Cleveland to his NFL legacy as a Super Bowl MVP for Green Bay to his proudest accomplishment, being a good husband and father. Witnessing the change of football over the years, especially at college level, Desomd talks what it means for the game with legends of Nick Saban and Bill Bilichick stepping away from coaching and how NIL has lessened the competition mindset and added to entitlement for young athletes. Today, Desmond is known as one of the most pleasant people in sports media and has become a staple on ESPN’s College Gameday broadcasts. However, in a recent scandal with the Sports Emmys, Desmond and his fellow co-hosts of College GameDay had their statues taken back from them when a scandal was uncovered by the television academy of listing fake names for talent to win in categories. Desmond opens up for the first time as the news is breaking and shares the one thing that really pushed him to the edge in the entire situation, Lee Corso losing his too. With divorced parents and an atmosphere filled with gangs, drugs and violence, Desmond’s adversity in high school and college only helped motivate him to outwork his situation. Yet as he was told in an impromptu meeting with famous Dr. Harry Edwards, there is a struggle that must be. A man whose biggest moments transcended college football forever is etched into the minds of fans both new and old. By approaching football and life with gratitude, he has no regrets, and the smile people see on TV is the same one Desmond Howard has away from it.  New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms including Apple, Spotify and Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast With a first round bye in the postseason, the rookie wide receiver sits with Ryan, Channing and Fred to talk about his journey from childhood to an underestimated WR in college to now breaking rookie receiving records this year. Zay and Channing share a special history as Channing was one of his high school coaches and was able to see his talent at an early age as well as play a strong role in keeping him out of trouble. Channing coached Zay at a private high school, and despite the adversity Flowers had faced, he kept a smile on his face at all times. Chan and Zay reminisce about some of their stories together as Chan shows his pride for the future star.  One of 14 children, Zay lost his mother at 5 years old and also lost his brother when he was in high school, which he never let that escape him and always used it as motivation to represent his 8 brothers and 4 sisters in all he did and show the utmost respect towards his father for all he instilled in him growing up. Last April, when Zay walked across the NFL Draft stage, he made a tribute to his entire family and how each of them played a role in his opportunities. Learning commitment and sacrifice from his father, working hard and being grateful for each day is the biggest thing he takes from his childhood and can't put into words his appreciation for his father holding it all together. Now, Zay has found a second family with this Ravens squad, and their Super Bowl aspirations are alive and well heading into the playoffs. Zay details what it's been like learning from OBJ, Coach Harbaugh's leadership and being grateful that Lamar is the one drawing up their plays and executing his offense's success. He shares with Chan, Fred and Ryan a glimpse of some of what it's like to be in that building and what it's like inside the huddle on game days, opens up on what the next few weeks will be like and why he is so confident this Ravens team is the one! Zay's dad’s 4 a.m. wake-ups and years providing for 14 children is undoubtedly paying off, and Zay is on a mission to keep proving his haters wrong and making his family as close as ever. The Ravens are off this wild card weekend and await hosting the divisional round next weekend. Make sure you subscribe to The Pivot and catch new episodes every Tuesday at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms including Apple, Spotify and Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Marco Summers, known to the world as Funny Marco is a Kansas City kid, who struggled in school and rarely held onto a job for a long time (by choice) has transcended his life into comedic stardom and now at 30 years old, has managed to take over the internet comedy space with his viral celebrity conversations and extremely uncomfortable interview style. By maintaining good relationships and betting on his personality, Marco has interviewed some of the world’s biggest celebrities from Nicki Minaj to Chris Brown to Kevin Hart and more. The guys talk about Marco’s comedy style and how he understands what energy to bring to a specific moment and has learned through his own experiences about what pushes conversations too far and how to be edgy without putting himself in danger or being viewed too negatively. Marco opens up about one of his podcast episodes that had the potential to go very badly and how he was able to salvage it and stand up for himself by sticking to who he is and his approach. The comedian is known for his awkward approaches to interviews and creative narratives, and he discusses with Channing the importance of personality in comedy, but also the pressure comedians feel to always make people laugh. In a surprising role reversal Ryan puts on his best Funny Marco outfit from wearing the oversized coat to New Balance sneakers to tank top and attempts to interview the star with the same energy the comedian brings in each of his viral clips...Fred and Channing are laughing while Marco responds as you'd least expect, with tears. Marco is already putting his touch on the comedy world, and with each moment he pivots to bring audiences something they’ve never seen before. Experiencing firsthand the talent of Funny Marco, the guys understand how and why he has become an overnight sensation and whether it's with tears or laughs, Marco's authentic self is taking the internet by storm.  New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms including Apple, Spotify and Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast “I don’t know if there is a more attacked player in the modern era than me….I open my phone and I’m being reminded of a moment every day, that shit feels like Chinese water torture, a little ping over and over and over again. When they say football is what you do not who you are, I don’t believe that, I feel like who and what we did under that helmet, sticks with you, that animal, that monster and for me it was a Samurai. It’s not the play, I played a million plays, I did the best I could, I’ve let go of the play, it’s how I’ve been treated since that I don’t feel like is fair and I finally had enough.” Rashard Mendenhall opens up about his fumble in Super Bowl 45 in today’s conversation on The Pivot. As we end a year, we are reminded that some of us carry burdens with us that we know nothing about and until we are able to open up and release it, the thought and feeling torments us. For former Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall, it’s one play he feels has cast a shadow over everything else he’s done in his career on and off the football field. In a heavy but necessary conversation, the guys create a space for a tough but instrumental discussion about life, letting go and owning up to a mistake. Ryan and Fred sit down with Rashard for a conversation that got to the root of recent controversial comments made by the Steeler great, focusing on how one moment in the running back’s career has caused a decade of torment.  Super Bowl 45 saw Ryan and Rashard’s Pittsburgh team fall to the Green Bay Packers, and the crew discussed how Mendenhall’s fumble played a crucial part in that game and his life beyond it.  Last week, Mendenhall made waves in the NFL media world with a Tweet that seemed to pit a potential all-white player team and all-black player team against one another.  Fans, players and personalities alike ran with the concept and made the hypothetical scenario become a little more real with debate and discussions, without the true context of why he said what he said and the root of it all. Ryan and Fred point out that NFL players are constantly in the public eye and there needs to be a disconnect from the media at times as it can have personal implications. Just last week Jonathan Owens and The Pivot team received scrutiny for the comments about Jonathan’s wife Simone Biles, yet as the hosts know, outside talk can always be insensitive as celebrities become a canvas and the guys reiterate how much love is between the young couple and encourage people to open minds to what’s reality vs what a false narrative creates. The situation in Denver has another player under the microscope as Russell Wilson has been benched by the Broncos, and the guys talk about Sean Payton and how Russ deserved better. Ryan isn’t shy about his thoughts on Payton’s moves from day one and how not only is it unprofessional but disrespectful in today’s game. One thing is certain, and it is that Freddy T is getting some of the love he deserves. Taylor was named a modern-era finalist on the upcoming ballot, but as Kobe says, “the job’s not done.” From our Pivot Family to yours, Happy New Year and we are ready for a full 2024 that’s going to be our best yet! New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms including Apple, Spotify and Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Whether it was a young Joe signing with Def Jam Records or the extremely popular media host the world knows today…the rapper turned podcaster has a candid nature which draws in millions globally to his shows. Complex recently ranked Joe as the number one star on their inaugural Hip-Hop Media Rankings, but the Jersey native has long been an icon for his voice, inside and outside of rap lyrics themselves.  The guys speaks with Joe on his career and the massive pivot he took when entering the podcasting realm, a decision that has certainly paid off. Outside of the public controversies he is an artist’s artist at his core, but the reputation he has gained comes from his opinions of some of the game’s most notable names.  Ryan acknowledges the struggles that come with being a public figure and finding life after your first career as Joe touches on his mental health struggles. Joe talks on how he has found life balance from him looking to a higher power to find moments of peace in a hectic day-to-day lifestyle that’s ultimately made him rap’s most successful media personality. A day off at the age of 50 may be on the horizon, but until he smells the flowers it is 4 a.m. wake-ups and hours upon hours of research and working at his craft for Joe, always innovating and thinking of how to revamp the space. No matter what people have to say and understanding wholeheartedly that Joe Budden continuously makes waves in the hip-hop industry, the respect for how he’s navigated the space and earned the respect for his raw honesty and consistency, Joe is committed to keep going until he has turned podcasting upside down.  Addressing certain issues with artists and rumors over the years, Joe doesn’t hide from criticism and doesn’t back down from controversy. He owns his mistakes and doesn’t regret anything because it all has led him to where he is today. With recent P Diddy accusations, Joe opens up about troubles of his past and the lessons he learned from those tough times. From his hit song “Pump It Up” to nearly 700 Joe Budden Podcast episodes, he continues to march to the beat of his own drum with a focus of bettering himself each day and maintaining who he is day in and day out.  New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms including Apple, Spotify and Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Ryan’s former teammate Rashard Mendenhall recently tweeted about an all-white person vs. all-black person football game that has sparked much debate online....the internet went abuzz and a seemingly controversial topic turned into fun banter between former and current NFL players. Countering former NFL player Will Compton who gave his takes on the "white" team, Ryan Channing and Fred shared their takes on the scenario with some competing opinions.  Getting into a little NBA, The guys were excited by the return of Ja Morant to the Memphis Grizzlies and how he made an immediate impact through his play making a statement on and off the court. The guys talk about Ja taking accountability for his actions and his importance to the league and Ryan says he can be the face in a different capacity as Allen Iverson became. Switching gears into another important topic, Brooklyn Nets forward Dorian Finney-Smith was reunited with his father who was incarcerated 28 years ago. The former Dallas Maverick received help from owner Mark Cuban, and Chan brings up a conversation from two weeks ago about the importance of influencers having real influence. Prison reform is an important issue in today’s society, but having a strong support system is what can change people’s lives. The guys commend the joint effort from Nets and Mavericks to make something special happen. In sports and in life, Ryan Clark knows that success is subjective, so as the 2023 Steve Sabol award winner, Ryan talks about what the honor means to him. He also says dedication is what matters and Fred transitions into another team in the spotlight, the Dallas Cowboys. It seems as if they remain under a microscope week in and week out with a target on their back makes them an easy focus for the media, but after all the guys agree they are America’s team.  Touching on a tougher storyline of the week, The conversation goes into a deeper discussion about a King's G-League player’s recent confession to murder. The guys are surprised how very few people see the bigger picture of their actions in today’s society.  Before heading into the holiday, Ryan reflects on how the Pivot began two years ago as a platform for open and honest conversations, but being able to experience his daughter's graduation for her master's degree, the idea of a pivot became much bigger and more impactful. From all of us here at The Pivot family, we wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday and hope everyone understands that it's about time, people and making memories this part of year. New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms including Apple, Spotify and Amazon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast It’s the best time of year - What an exciting season it’s been and now it’s the race to the @NFL playoffs as the game action is heating up! Don’t miss any moment and catch all your favorite out of market teams on NFL Sunday Ticket by clicking this link [https://yt.be/83SLj] now for as low as $39!! Ryan, Channing and Fred sit down with the starting safety to talk about his journey to professional football and how he overcame adversity since day one.  Division II prospects rarely get NFL looks, and undrafted players often have to be the hardest workers on the field to even make practice squads. Yet with his back against the wall, Jonathan Owens proved he belonged in the NFL, and now he is a core defensive member for the playoff-chasing Green Bay Packers.  Jonathan and his Olympic star wife Simone Biles have become some of the biggest mental health advocates in the athletic space, and Owens becomes candid about his identity struggles after getting cut 5 different times. A story about how he and Simone met leads to a larger conversation about the importance of support systems in life, and by understanding paralysis by analysis, both he and Simone are excelling in their respective sports. Mentally, Jonathan and Ryan both went through the trials and tribulations of being an undrafted player in the NFL, and the two reflect on how much effort it takes to become a player coaches can’t take off the field.  From spending 6 hours alone in an airport after an unsuccessful tryout with the Indianapolis Colts to spending late nights practicing on beat-up fields across from the Arizona Cardinals facilities, Jonathan Owens has learned how to stay his course.  New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET. Check it out and catch NFL Sunday Ticket now on @YouTube & @YouTubeTV! Now as low as $39. The Lowest price on YouTube TV with Base Plan. Rest of 2023 season. Terms & embargoes apply. No cancellations. #Ad Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Before diving into the conversation...the guys want to know if Channing is ready as he prepares to try his hat in the comedy business with his first Improv show and he tests his material, shares his approach and plan for publicly telling his unfiltered stories, Fred and Ryan are excited for him and can't wait to use his "safety" phrase. Turning to sports, Draymond Green’s indefinite suspension came as a surprise to nobody given his actions against the Suns, but Ryan has a unique perspective on if Draymond is “crazy” or not. He deserves punishment for his poor impulse control on the court, but will counseling help a man who has a clean record off of it? One thing is for sure, Draymond was a game-changer for the Warriors’ championship teams, but the guys discuss whether or not Cam Newton’s game-manager comments regarding four of the NFL’s quarterbacks had truth to them. Beyond the words themselves, Ryan, Channing and Fred break down the backlash one of the game’s most dynamic players ever is receiving.  Some sports personalities played the game, others didn’t, but very few had the type of success that Cam had during his MVP-caliber seasons. So when Superman calls quarterbacks game-managers, why does he receive more negative feedback than other analysts? On the topic of MVP’s, LeBron James’ in-season tournament victory with the Lakers had fans questioning his celebrations. The guys compare LeBron’s ecosystem within basketball to that of Jordan and Kobe, breaking down the difference in their careers and legacies.  A few weeks back Channing made some remarks about Giants quarterback Tommy Devito, and since then the Italian has been a baller for New York. Chan still thinks that he shouldn’t be living at home, but the guys talk about Tommy and his agent’s recent fame. Meanwhile, Shohei Ohtani’s record-breaking contract has taken over baseball news, but Fred and Channing disagree on whether or not deferring the bulk of the money was a smart business decision.  Fred shares his latest endeavor becoming a part-owner of the JAX USL soccer team as he talks about the importance of giving back to the Jacksonville community and his hopes for the team.Ryan wraps the conversation reflecting on his role as a dad, and the guys talk about how important it is for parents to show up for their kids. The Pivot hosts all have love for one another, but Chan’s new comedy performance “Uncensored” has a safe word that the guys have to drop as well. New episodes drop on Tuesdays at 12 p.m. ET and Fridays at 3:30 p.m ET on YouTube, with audio available on all streaming platforms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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