Adam is joined by good friend Rich Eisen of The NFL Network and DirecTV to discuss his upbringing in Staten Island, New York, his schooling and his eventual path to becoming an on-air sports broadcaster.
Phil Rosenthal joins Adam for this episode and Adam opens the show discussing how thoroughly Phil likes to enjoy his success. Then, Phil talks about his time working on Everybody Loves Raymond, specifically what it was like turning real life experiences into content for the show. Phil gets into his food obsession and his new show traveling the world and sampling different cultural cuisines. After that, Adam and Phil talk about Robin Williams and hidden personas. Later the two get into what it's like having your first audience as a comedian in elementary and high school. Before they wrap, Adam and Phil talk about how crucial it is to not be afraid to quit something and move on when you need to.
Brent Jones joins Adam for this episode of Take A Knee. Adam begins with Brent's impressive and successful time playing for the San Francisco 49ers. This leads into how football is a great outlet to teach kids the proper way to understand rules and guidelines for their lives. Then, Adam and Brent dive into professional athletes themselves and what's made them so successful beyond just their natural talent. Then they get into Brent's entry into the NFL, getting drafted, and training camp. Adam and Brent go on to discuss the experience of being the boss and understanding work structure. Before they wrap, Brent talks about his investment capital firm from its inception to what it has grown to today.