Tuesday, November 29, 2022
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Authors and Books

It Was Always A Choice

In the second part of our Maryland Crab Cake Tour stop at Pappas with author David Steele we discuss future of sports journalism, the NFL and race and the future of Lamar Jackson.

The eternal swagger of Jimmy Johnson

Longtime South Florida author and sports columnist Dave Hyde joins Nestor to discuss the swagger of new book with NFL head coach Jimmy Johnson

Activism for athletes comes at a cost in America

Author David Steele joins Nestor for a review of sports journalism and activism in America and a full discussion on his latest book, "It Was Always A Choice."

Can the United States ever get back on the world stage for soccer?

Author Steve Mandis tells us what happened to USMNT Soccer team in aftermath of 2018 World Cup debacle and how 2022 Qatar and the hosting of 2026 tournament give our country another shot to excel.

Getting one last kick out of Messi and Ronaldo on the World Cup stage

Soccer author and Wall Street Journal insider Joshua Robinson tells Nestor about his book on Messi and Ronaldo and how this World Cup in Qatar will be different.

Do the kids know Bo?

Author Jeff Pearlman has a new book on the life and myth of legendary two-sport athlete Bo Jackson but that didn't stop Nestor from going through his whole catalog of USFL, Donald Trump, Showtime Lakers and John Rocker writings and brilliance.

The Schock of a Dundalk homecoming for a rock and roll queen

The Go-Go's legendary drummer came home to visit with Nestor on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at The Tasting Room above The Fountain at Drug City in Dundalk. As serendipity would have it, John Allen of Stone Horses made his way home, too, and took a Schocking tour of East Baltimore and Highlandtown music, cymbals and two rock stars who have seen the world.

Even Jerry Maguire wouldn’t represent himself in a contract negotiation

Always a wealth of information and historical perspective, super agent Leigh Steinberg tells Nestor why he doesn't represent himself and gives a primer on how NFL contracts work for the best quarterbacks in the business.

Baltimore’s adopted music professor Thomas Dolby tells his Live Aid tales with David Bowie at Wembley

If you love music, Live Aid, Todd Rundgren or the children of Baltimore, you'll love this chat with Thomas Dolby. Always poetry in motion. And he's a part of two big nights at Rams Head On Stage Annapolis doing the music of the Thin White Duke. Baltimore's adopted professor joins Nestor to discuss the music, fashion and passion of David Bowie.

Tight ends and the blood and guts of football

Author Tyler Dunne tells Nestor about his book on how tight ends have changed the game of football this century. And the long, glorious history of the Baltimore Ravens franchise being a part of that.
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#ColumnNes Just a bad beat in Jacksonville or a red (zone) sign of things to come?

“We shouldn’t have lost,” quarterback Lamar Jackson said as he exited the podium after the crushing 28-27 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars that ended a four-game winning streak and opened a bunch of old wounds about the offense not being good enough and the defense not being able to hold a fourth quarter lead.

The failed red zone woes of Ravens leads to painful defeat in Jacksonville

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