While traveling back to West Virginia via a Madden-style bus and mapping out guests for PFT Live over the rest of the week, it only made sense to reach out to Coach Madden’s former on-air partner to spend a few minutes with us on Tuesday.
NBC’s Al Michaels will join us tomorrow, assuming that the Madden-style bus makes it back to West Virginia in time for the 12:00 p.m. ET show.
Al’s first appearance follows a stellar week in Dallas, which included interviews with Madden, John Elway, Drew Brees, Daniel Snyder, Arthur Blank, Mike Smith and Thomas Dimitroff, Steve Spanguolo, Ndamukong Suh, Tony Gonzalez, Darrelle Revis, Colt McCoy, Ray Rice, Miles Austin, Stevie Johnson, Felix Jones, Sam Farmer, Peter King, Rich Eisen, Adam Schefter, Jay Glazer (Glazer will be pissed that he was mentioned after King, Eisen, and Schefter, which is why I did it), and Gregg Rosenthal (who gets pissed by no actual or perceived indignities, no matter how hard I try).
All PFT segments and interviews are available at the PFT Live show page.