The Dress rehearsal in Denver kicks off tonight and I’m looking specifically how three guys will meet the challenge tonight.
Maurkice Pouncey; first time he’s got a pro-bowl nose tackle perched on his noggin. Jamal Williams is a massive man. Thus far, Maurkice has really only played against an even front. Though he’s practiced against [...]Continue Reading →
Mile High is mile high because it’s a stadium that sits at an altitude of a mile high in the shadows of the Rocky Mountains in Denver. That’s the dizzying logic i bring each and every day to the Locker Room with Tunch Ilkin on Foxsportsradio 970.
But the reality of the dizzying logic is in [...]Continue Reading →
How strong is strong? Try this on for size.
Do several one-armed pushups. Then do it with shoulder pads and a helmet on. Then, while doing rapid fire one-armed pushups continuously, have a couple mischievious friends lift your feet about 3 feet into the air and keep on doing them as if you were doing two-armed [...]Continue Reading →
One of the real gentleman of the game and a man that I truly admire is Dan Rooney. He is a unique personality. Mr. Rooney (and I still address him as such) seamlessly combines strength of character and leadership with a gentle humbleness not often found in the world of professional football.
So when I saw Mr. Rooney in [...]Continue Reading →
Last week on our show “In the Lockerroom with Tunch and Wolf” we were broadcasting from training camp. One of my family members, Dean Rutan is known as “Moose,” or “Uncle Moose” to my kids because he’s a pretty big dude. Well Moose came up to visit and was hanging out with me and Tunch [...]Continue Reading →
Standing on the sidelines is the best view you can get at a game. During the Giants pre-season game, i started to spend a lot of time watching the Steelers first round draft choice Maurkice Pouncey. Everybody knows this young man has got all the tools to be a great lineman. A highly respected defensive lineman told [...]Continue Reading →
The life of a rookie in a veteran world is difficult. Everyone of the rooks has come from a background as a BMOC (big man on campus) just a short time ago. Therefore, coming to a new team loaded with vets can be a humbling situation. It’s all about learning your place.
Just look at Dallas WR Dez [...]Continue Reading →
Oh baby this is it! Yeah, the end of training camp. I’m cutting out a day early, but this is the last practice open to the public And the rest are glorified walk-throughs. Tunch and I move the Locker Room to the studios at Clear Channel on Greentree road. And with the ending of training [...]Continue Reading →
I took in my last training camp practice of 2010 at Saint Vincent this afternoon. So after practice I settled into a chair sitting ringside on the field because I like to check out who’s doing something extra. Who wants it bad enough to put in a little non-paid overtime work after Coach Mike dismisses [...]Continue Reading →
Craig’s BioCraig Wolfley is a 12-year veteran of the NFL who played 10 years with the Pittsburgh Steelers and 2 years with the Minnesota Vikings. [read more]
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