Larry Michael and Brian Tinsman spent their Thursday afternoon collecting interviews on Super Bowl XLVIII Radio Row at the Sheraton in Midtown Manhattan.
Here’s a roundup of the day’s coverage presented by Health Diagnostic Laboratory Inc., the official health and wellness partner of the Washington Redskins.
Receiver Pierre Garçon discussed getting snubbed by the Pro Bowl, what he learned from his playing experience in the Super Bowl and Robert Griffin III’s leadership in the locker room.
Linebacker Darryl Tapp talked about wanting to return to the Redskins, transitioning from defensive lineman and what he learned about the Seahawks from his time in Seattle.
Guard Chris Chester answered questions about continuity on the coaching staff, how to approach big games and how players prepare for snow games.
Rick “Doc” Walker told Michael how his life changed after winning Super Bowl XVII and what the franchise needs to do in the next stage of the offseason.
ESPN 980 radio host Kevin Sheehan opined on Washington’s priorities in free agency, the market for Brian Orakpo and possible changes along the offensive line.
Fantex CEO Buck French explained how his company assigns value to athletes in order to purchase a percentage of their future earnings to be bought and sold as shares of a stock.
HDL Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tara Dall talked about how the company’s advanced laboratory testing is a boon to the Redskins players.
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