How close are the Ravens to Chiefs and Eagles?

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With Super Bowl LVII ending with another parade not in Baltimore, Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor measure how far away Ravens are from the likes of the Chiefs and Eagles – with or without Lamar Jackson next season.


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Dennis Koulatsos, Nestor Aparicio

Nestor Aparicio  00:00

What about w n? S? T, Towson, Baltimore and Baltimore? Positive. These are the long weeks here where you look at your football fan, you’re like, all right. Got a couple of three and a half, four hours of football left here Super Bowl. We’re gonna get my chippy Dippy. I’m gonna do my halftime show. I’m gonna do all that. And it’s just the offseason now moving forward, but we do have the two best teams playing in the Super Bowl. It’ll be the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Kansas City Chiefs from Glendale, Arizona. This guy has sent me on many, many radio row missions. It’s Super Bowls over the last 28 years. He’s over Coots, Baltimore Ford. I’m still trying to drag him to an NFL Combine. In Indianapolis. They did have one Super Bowl in Indianapolis a pretty good one too, by the way, as I as I recall, that is Colossus joins us now I am wearing the coons Ford a gear here this week. And you’re gearing up for the Super Bowl matchup. And I would say this, the two best teams, would you agree the two best teams are in the game?

Dennis Koulatsos  01:02

Yeah, I mean, there were the chalk picks. I certainly picked them to be there. And I’m very happy that these two teams are there great storylines. Andy Reid going up against his old organization. He never won a Super Bowl with the Eagles. And also you have the Kelsey brothers angle. Right. Do you have Travis and Jason Kelce. I think it’s a delicious matchup. And I think they are the two best teams in football this year.

Nestor Aparicio  01:23

All right. Well, this is where I took it with Luke. You can find that out of Baltimore positive as well. When you watch these teams play this weekend, and you see what San Francisco what that when you don’t have a quarterback at all, you’re like that Broncos team two years ago during the plague, right? You’re just out there slapping around. And that’s pretty much where they were pretty much where the Ravens might have been in Pittsburgh, eight weeks ago, when I was up there with my press credential where when you get down to the end, and this is where you are your your punter, Sam Cook’s quarterback and your whatever you’re gonna do at that point. But having that piece and having that piece, right. And it opens the door for the conversations that we’re having every day. Everywhere I go, dentists, I my wife, and I went out, grabbed a bite to eat up in Bel Air very quietly, somebody comes up at the bar, what’s gonna happen with Lamar, what’s going on with the bar? So you know, no matter where I go out on a yoga mat, I mean, literally get off my yoga mat. I’m sweating guys, like, Hey, we’re gonna lose Laura, aren’t we? And so it is the story, but it has to be the story. And I think the measurement of where mahomes is right now. We’re a borough wants to be whether he’s in borough head or in the jungle wherever he is. This measurement we have of these guys, I don’t know if Lamar is there, or if this offense is there, this team can be there no matter what they pay him. And I keep going back to the fact that if they gave him $200 million in the offseason, what do you play two weeks ago, to get to this point where you can go win yourself a Super Bowl, and just how hard this is to do how hard it is to go to the Super Bowl.

Dennis Koulatsos  03:05

You know, it’s funny when you look at different fan bases, and I really got away from I get away from Lamar talk during games, games up to Reagan’s art in because of course our fan base tries to make comparisons to Lamar Jackson, and they want to have the conversation if Lamar had receivers. As for me, I’m just watching the game. But what’s funny is I saw after the Bengals was lost. There were Bengals fans, who actually blaming Joe burrow for the loss and they were talking in terms of can we get to first for Joe burns. I’m thinking, You know what, Love him or hate him. He’s a good quarterback. He’s like, he’s a young quarterback. He’s got a great arm. I love his swagger, right? Maybe a little bit too much, but But you even have Bengals fans, thinking about moving away from Joe burrow. So it just goes to show you the mindset of, of fan bases. It’s similar, regardless of what city they’re in this semester.

Nestor Aparicio  03:57

Well listen, I took phone calls on Monday mornings as purple therapy here group therapy back in the day when there was no Twitter right? So I mean, I guess you would get the proverbial box of chocolates on all things your team based on knowledge, insight, screaming out loud places I go and I’ll you know, we’re you we’re only going to have a couple of weeks to debate this, you and I because at some point, somebody’s gonna poop get off the pot here, we’re gonna move we’re going to trade we’re gonna sign there’s going to be words exchanged, you know, whatever is gonna happen between now and let’s say the combine, and then the combine and the draft, you know, there’s this period of poking the tire and the pre tampering, tampering, and then the tampering and then then things happen with free agency and money and money gets locked up. They’re always gonna have to have $50 million sitting around waiting for Lamar against this cap, because until there’s some sort of certainty one way or another as to who their quarterback will be. But as it relates to the offensive coordinator Enter. And what that means when an offense coordinator comes in and says, Well, who’s my quarterback? Who’s my wide receivers? What do I have here? John, I know I’m gonna have full rein to do whatever I want to do but Eric you’re picking the ingredients you’re gonna you’re you’re going to wise markets and you’re gonna you know, eat better spend less right? On the draft picks right? And it is so complex what’s going to happen here the next seven or eight weeks, but I’ll say this when I go out, and I see a random $20 winner on my Maryland lottery gig that we had the other day because we we took the the Maryland crab cake tour out had a $20 winner man screaming at me the other day over state fair, they all think if I yelled out loud at State Fair is Lamar staying or going everyone yells staying so fans thing somehow this is all posturing and that you know that the money is real and Steve as the money and he’s being stupid, you know, whatever they’re thinking or if they’re thinking anything at all. I mean, I don’t know how much they really time they put into this but you and I take on all the poisoned arrows right out on YouTube and out on the web because we’ve examined this a little bit and it to me it feels like there’s going to be a mutual Parting of the Ways and I don’t know where the sewing in for the fantasy world of they’re going to make this work how that happens. I’m trying to figure out where the compromise could be the keep Lamar Jackson here as we watch these other quarterbacks and say we can’t do that with Lamar how are we going to do it with their car or or Taylor Hi, Nikki or, or whomever?

Dennis Koulatsos  06:49

Well, the funny thing is Nestor you, you talk highly of Andrew Brandt, and I’ve been following him ever since you put them on my radar. And he posted right after the Eagles win. Praise high praise for Harry Rosen when he said Harry Roseman, eagles GM came up like him a negotiator a kpop cap ologists if you will, versus your traditional GM who was a scout and I thought that that Eric Acosta and I’m thinking his answer to that is Andrew taken potshots at the GM who came up with scouts versus the businessman, a model that Howie Roseman and himself have followed and you can’t blame. You gotta give Harry Roseman all the credit in the world. We got there in Philadelphia in terms of personnel, something that you know what, Eric because it just hasn’t done whether it’s handling the Lamorte mishandling Lamar Jackson situation under estimating what Mr. Jackson was going to do. But I thought that was an interesting comment by Mr. Brandt.

Nestor Aparicio  07:48

Do you think it’s been mishandled? Lamar? I think you’ve been mishandled.

Dennis Koulatsos  07:52

I do. Yeah. I mean,

Nestor Aparicio  07:54

what would have been better handling?

Dennis Koulatsos  07:56

I think, Well, I think in retrospect, in hindsight, hey, they given them more money to get him to ink his contract, probably right before Josh Allen signed his or as or as Josh Allen was signing him or the week after they’ve had a couple of windows that could have went in. And before before the Deshaun Watson contract anyway, they had a shot to, to get them under contract, put the ring on the finger. And they didn’t do it. Because you know what they wanted to see more. And when you roll the dice like that, sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, and they’ve lost. Now you can say that he hadn’t had the weapons, and that remains to be seen whether he gets the weapons here in Baltimore someplace else. However, they had a shot, they had the guy. And then you have the guy and he’s full of enthusiasm and rah rah rah. And he hasn’t been jaded yet by the by age and time and Menethil Players Association and his group of friends and advisers, they had a shot to sign them. They didn’t do it as

Nestor Aparicio  08:51

well, you know, who hasn’t had that problem is the kid playing to reach me now? Patrick mahomes, who’s running around on one foot, he’s getting taped up, Hasselbeck skin taped up before to show you how to get taped up. And what it would mean for a quarterback on a cold day to be running around, not be able to feel your right leg, right. Like it was very, very obvious that it was like he was walking like John Elway on a good day or maybe more like John Wayne and True Grit

Dennis Koulatsos  09:18

blaster a couple years ago didn’t give them like a $500 million contract. Now, of course we know it wasn’t all guaranteed. But they put the ring on the Holmes’s finger very, very early on and they got

Nestor Aparicio  09:29

the champagne, remember? The

Dennis Koulatsos  09:30

champagne, right? And he’s also on a trajectory to be maybe the greatest quarterback of all time. I mean,

Nestor Aparicio  09:38

I’m one of those jazz bass you see that? Yes, yes. But

Dennis Koulatsos  09:41

my point is, they put the ring on the finger very early on and Patrick mahomes You are a guy you’re a guy for your career. You will stay achieve you will retire chief. We’re riding with you all the way much different message than the Baltimore Ravens habitat with Lamar Jackson. Dramatically different different tempo you Beat tone. You know you and I love music. So the music been different in Baltimore, and it has been in Kansas City. Well, I mean, you

Nestor Aparicio  10:06

know, they did a little cheek to cheek with Lamar Jackson Dennis galanos is here. He’s here from all things Baltimore, Coons, Ford and so on your lot right now, give me a little like, first because you don’t, as much as you sit here talk sports, you’ll talk as much batch cars. I’m gonna give you at least a chance here to interject that we got we got President stage coming up right

Dennis Koulatsos  10:28

around the states coming up the cars of the stars, I have about 250 brand new vehicles are coming in. That’s, I don’t know what Ford is doing. But whatever they’re doing, keep it up. Bob, we have more immature than we’ve had pre COVID The deals are there. We’re being supported by Ford Motor Company with financing terms. There’s some zero for 60 months 3.9 for 72. Out there, we got the best deals, the best trade ins the most the most volume out of anybody in the region. So one of the thank you and wn s t all the sponsors all the repeat and referral business that we do, but we get a lot of traffic here and we pull out a lot of happy people in vehicles.

Nestor Aparicio  11:05

And they all have old computer chips these days, right? Like they found those finally right?

Dennis Koulatsos  11:10

They’re making them So business is very good Hakuna for to Baltimore and also our service department, Parks Department Body Shop. All of our departments are booming.

Nestor Aparicio  11:18

Well I’ll tell you what we’ll be colliding on a Thursday between three and five dentists will be here driving you home. getting you ready for the Pro Bowl this weekend a team Eli team Payton in and all that way I got teen John and team Lou on the baseball side as we get ready pitchers and catchers right around the corner. It’s crazy. I said, Look this week, pitchers and catchers. I met my wife 20 years ago this week, right? So the eighth of February be our 23rd meeting. And the reason I met her as a super was over by the eighth and I was on vacation. Like literally right? So now it’s like Valentine’s Day and pitchers and catchers and the Super Bowl. It’s all like within 48 hours of each other and then it’s boom, it’s March Madness, right. So it’s there’s no terms here. But the Lamar story, overshadowing all of this. But I again go back to what we’re seeing on the field right now. This party that they’re showing the throwing up in Philadelphia right now and how they’ve utilized players and where they are and jettisoning. Peterson right. I mean, just out right. He’s down in Jacksonville two years. So done a great job. Yeah. And to get back with it, other than Kelsey, and you know, a handful of people are completely different. Can I make a Jimmy short system to Cleveland job, right. He’s two jobs removed from that kid. And the Eagles just are churning on and they’re doing something different up there right now. In addition to the water they put in the presses, which we can talk about if you want. Just like

Dennis Koulatsos  12:49

any business Nesta, its people and processes when you add a Hassan Radek when you added AJ Brown, and I’ve always said give me the give me the jimmies and Joe’s and that’s one thing how Harry Roman has done very well, the general manager of the Philadelphia Eagles, he’s got some really, really good jimmies. And Joe’s, their talent levels off the hook, whether it’s the offensive line or defensive line. I mean, they, they really don’t have many weaknesses. This is a very complete team. They’ve been the best team in the NFL this year, and the chiefs are going to have their hands full with this eagle scout team, two weeks from now,

Nestor Aparicio  13:19

why it’s gonna be a good game. I’m looking forward to it. And, you know, I guess all the prospects that come on the backside of all of that for Lamar Jackson and for the franchise and for other decisions that they have to make, including this offensive coordinator. So let me let me interview you I bring into the office here and say all right, that’s closers. You got a nice job down there. State you in the, you know, down the south and, you know, a great resume here and let’s see you you know, you pass let’s see, you pass the Rooney roll up run offense is you’ve been that you’ve been a head coach elsewhere. You’ve you’ve done you’ve checked all the boxes. Now I asked you you have any questions for us here in Owings Mills. Mr. Colossus, he will take the job as our incoming offense. I mean, we are going to pay you $3.8 million a year.

Dennis Koulatsos  14:09

Where do I sign where do I sign? It doesn’t matter who the quarterback is. It’s gonna be Lamar Jackson or Taylor. Hi, Nikki, and a rookie a top 10 picks so it doesn’t really matter because the Ravens have a good offensive line. They have a good running game. Great tight ends meet some wide receivers right. So I would I would look at Mister Mister. I was gonna say Phil Savage, but he’s been going for a long time, Mr. Dekai. So I’d say listen, Eric, I need some wide receivers, some some real wide receivers. You see the game the other night where double coverage and T Higgins Jamar Chase are coming down with these balls. Give me one of those guys. Give me an 8020 guy. Not a not a 5050 guy. Give me a couple of those. That’d be good to go. That’s all I need.

Nestor Aparicio  14:48

That’s all you need.

Dennis Koulatsos  14:49

Take the gig. That’s all I need. Yeah, because, again, it’s a high paying job. It’s one of 32 They’re not going to have a hard time getting an offense according to the question is Can To get the right one that’s going to take them to the next level.

Nestor Aparicio  15:02

Well, philosophically, that’s a heck of a question as to what they’re going to be right? Because the offense coordinator is gonna say, who’s my quarterback?

Dennis Koulatsos  15:11

Yeah, you know, like, literally, boom, that would determine maybe one of you that the top three guys that are available out there, but when you when you start getting low on a depth chart, that’s not going to deter somebody, especially if it’s the first time offensive coordinator, that’s not going to deter them from taking the job. They just want the job because you’re gonna either have Lamar Jackson, or high draft pick A or B. Either way, they’ll be able to work with that quarterback. So to me, it’s not that big of a deal. It just isn’t.

Nestor Aparicio  15:38

I’m fascinated from that perspective that you just brought, which is, where’s where I was going with you interviewing you, which is who’s my quarterback? And which, which direction are we gonna go? If we Zig we’re gonna zag and if we do, we’re gonna do that. That’s an interesting roundtable table. Back and forth. The ping pong show, if you’re interviewing somebody to say, well, what if Thai Thai Now what if we get three number one draft picks? What do you think about the kid from

Dennis Koulatsos  16:07

where I stayed? Or Alabama or Kentucky? Yeah, there’s a quarterback they’re going to get very high. This could Richardson he didn’t monitor ravens bide by Mel Kiper? I mean, that was I don’t think they’re going to wait that long to get a quarterback. If they move away from the more Jackson. My point is, your OC is going to have veteran quarterbacks filling in until the rookie quarterbacks ready to play. And he has enough of a running game defense special teams that it’s complimentary football, that he’ll be satisfied with the Ravens will play winning football from week one, because all the pieces are there. And then you got to hope that you hit on the quarterback right on the on the rookie quarterback. If that’s the case, then you know what maybe Lamar Jackson is is your quarterback, you still need wide receivers on either way.

Nestor Aparicio  16:52

Well, Dennis, for you to say Lamar, still my quarterback, you and I had been the two guys that have gone down this road of it feels to me, like they both kind of want to kiss and quietly, the way they quietly dealt Hollywood Brown, let Eric go figure it out, bring it back, massage it up and say, these folks over here be happy to give you 210 million, you know, whatever. I don’t know how it will be done without an agent. And when Lamar, Eric can only speak to Lamar, he can’t speak to anybody else. I mean, see, Lamar is representing himself, right. So Eric can’t speak out loud to anybody about any of this right and in a binding contractual kind of way. So the notion that he’s gonna get pedal off to five different franchises, and they’re all going to make their best pitch. I don’t know where that representative will be. But we’re getting to the point for all of that. But for the fans, and for when I go out, and you and me, we both have looked at this the exact same way that we feel like there’ll be a parting of the ways we’ve started stamped our names on and we would have to backtrack dramatically if $280 million dollars guaranteed money later, there’s a kumbaya on March 10. They have a deal and whatever. I would be really shocked by that on both sides to figure out where compromise could possibly be and where happiness would be. And whether the Ravens would think they have the right guy or whether Lamar thinks he has the right situation. That would you be shocked if that happens here because I think I shocked maybe too far. But I’d be very, very surprised. I mean, very on the I think it’s probable I think it’s likely that he will be elsewhere in my mind right now. But I don’t know that the world sees it that way. Yeah, I do

Dennis Koulatsos  18:35

too. And here’s why. And that’s true, because unlike 2022, when he played on the one year $23 million deal. I don’t see him playing on a one year $45 million deal. I just I think if they tag him, he doesn’t show up to training camp. I think he puts them behind April. And he is that guy, I can see him sitting out a year. If he sets out a year. What does that do for the Ravens? There? They’re drafting and 22. Are they going to draft a quarterback at 22? I don’t think so. So that’s that’s the problem. That’s why I do think this thing gets resolved. resolved before the NFL Draft. They have to know which direction they’re going to go with or without Lamar Jackson. So I think it gets revolts resolved sooner rather than later. As we

Nestor Aparicio  19:17

sit here, February 1, I think they’ve already made up their mind. Right?

Dennis Koulatsos  19:22

I don’t disagree with you there. Yeah, if he, if he’s of the mindset that, you know, if you tag me, I’m not going to show up. They’re gonna move away from him. They have to they have another choice. So although they control what the player can do, he also has a measure of control and equal measure of control but not showing up. And they can’t risk that they can’t risk tagging him digging their heels and they’ll see them saying you will play for us or else because he doesn’t have to show up.

Nestor Aparicio  19:45

Well, if there was any modicum of doubt that he could have played against Cincinnati, there’s no way they could sign it right. No,

Dennis Koulatsos  19:51

not at all. If they determined he made a business decision, they’re moving away. They’ve already moved away. They’re just they’re not going to say it because they have to keep with market value. I’d have to say all the right things to me, that’s

Nestor Aparicio  20:01

where I land on it. And I have no inside information if I did, I’d share that I did right. I mean, I’m out in the building, I have no integrity issues to tell you the truth. Because that’s what I do here. I you know, I said,

Dennis Koulatsos  20:12

it’s not you and not trying to chase LaMarcus Aqsa, the Baltimore right people so, you know, you got to try you know, of course, we’d love to mark sacks but, you know, from a business standpoint, you have to do business things and both sides. It’s a business right? So it’s, you know, there’s there’s cause and consequence and outcome.

Nestor Aparicio  20:30

Well, here’s where I really get off on the homes and burrow and Alan and these guys, is that I’m wondering if Lamar is ever going to beat them or this team here could ever put together a team that can protect him enough catch the ball enough keep him clean? keep him healthy? I don’t even know what the hell that means. Because he he doesn’t play clean doesn’t play like he wants to be clean. Right? Maybe does Josh Allen who seeks contact either right. So I you know, I would say that, but watching the San Francisco 40 Niners slap around with a running back trying to play I mean, like, yeah, that’s not where you need to be. You need to think John Harbaugh is kind of tired of having a quarterback running that’s unavailable. At this time of year, I just, I would be stunned. I mean, I keep going back to like not wanting to say stun, I would just be stunned if they’re going to be the two under million dollar stalking horse in this whole thing. Or we’re going to tag him the way that we get the match to do now. No, no, give me three, give me three or you can have him and if he’s not worth three, we’ll give him two under million and sign him off. You know, like, I do.

Dennis Koulatsos  21:39

I thought that the the given the, the non exclusive tag where he can go and and shop his services. And if they can’t match it get to first round reps. I never thought that was ever on a table. It shouldn’t be on the table. Like you said, it’s a it’s an exclusive tag and it’s a tag and trade scenario. Believe me, Eric Picasa, he’s open for business he will listen to offers from Mr. Jackson

Nestor Aparicio  22:03

as he should and some other teams gonna get very excited and given the money that the Ravens aren’t willing to give him right like literally

Dennis Koulatsos  22:11

and he may blow up and he may not we don’t know that but I it’s a risky move for both sides but there’s always risk reward with these type of things, but there’s no way I don’t believe he shows up under the tag and plays for the Ravens on a one year $45 million contract I just don’t see that happening.

Nestor Aparicio  22:28

I mean, we sat here for six months in the offseason last year saying see really gonna play and then in the Cincinnati didn’t really play

Dennis Koulatsos  22:36

he missed OTAs right he missed OTAs he one of the day I want to see them began to be there with with the with the men in the building lifting weights and going over game filled cetera and preparing for the season. He wasn’t there. And I’m surprised he showed up I’m very surprised he even played because we were his agent, we would advise him against doing so.

Nestor Aparicio  22:54

Or we would have had serious insurance put behind him right.

Dennis Koulatsos  22:57

Sure it’s reorient insurance but still a real

Nestor Aparicio  23:01

analysis of where the market could go top and bottom side and saying let’s let’s take as much as we can get here at whatever the sweetest time and I mean, how can I negotiate if you had a real agent during the bye week when they’re eight and 300%

Dennis Koulatsos  23:15

Two years in a row? That was the window the bye week and 22 and two by weekend 21 He was absolutely on fire before those weeks. Those were the weeks that the Raymond should have went all in on him if they really wanted to. But guess what if they really wanted to if they really wanted to it really

Nestor Aparicio  23:33

I think when this story is written and then we look at that 50 fib fib press conference from last week we’ll look back and say what you know what would Purple Rain three really right if it could write itself so but time will tell and tennis you and I we don’t want you to look like remember all Johnny Carson when he had the the the whole Alma whatever I call you and i i can be dead Tiny Tim dancer to the tulips tiptoeing through the tulips to do all that right. Clutch.

Dennis Koulatsos  24:02

Caution is advised put it through that way.

Nestor Aparicio  24:06

It’s sort of like when professional wrestling was on on Saturdays, remember? Yeah. Guidance

Dennis Koulatsos  24:12

in life? And how and how about Kelsey, doing the jabroni thing with the Cincinnati mayor. I thought that was great stuff. Great.

Nestor Aparicio  24:19

To bring it up with Luke in the wrestling thing. It all was wonderful. That was great. So Dennis, here’s one for you. So I’m going to be doing for the first time 28 years, I’ve gone to several radio row, I have my sort of greatest hits. And every year, I wind up with five to 10 you know, pretty big stars Hall of Famers, people that you only get once in your life like Joe Nemeth or Joe Montana or Dan Marino or Terry Bryant, you know, through the list of all of these Hall of Famers all of these years, but, and most of them I have unearthed, edited and at least played once or twice during a greatest hits vacation week or whatever. or I did a whole hall of fame thing a couple years ago when the plague happened and I couldn’t do radio row in Tampa a couple years ago right? So I found some of this stuff but I found out I still have some editing to do. But in 2004 in Houston, Texas radio row was in a convention center there and they brought the rock to me and the rock had done the show with me in 98 or 99 and B it was 98 it was a raw was was May of 98 where Jerry The King Lawler Vince McMahon did the show is very Owen Hart was still alive to the show with us. Mark Henry was so it was the guy that wore to sock Mick Foley so so it’s only story was raw was more big storyline life. We broadcast from live from underneath room 104 same room I met Stevie Wonder and with Ed Brown and we broadcast and the rock was you know, he was like an undercard guy that he wasn’t like a star yet and and he and Ray Lewis were friends because they played to get you know so there was all the football Benny Thompson’s and all my pictures Spencer’s in my pictures like Frederick some some guys that were on those teams are my pictures. So the rock has done my show twice. First in sort of character of a wrestling thing before the show. Tony great that the show that night. It was just

Dennis Koulatsos  26:30

Pat Patterson from Auckland, New Zealand Tony.

Nestor Aparicio  26:34

I made him show me the tattoo the old deal, right? So the rock comes and does the show in Houston and oh four. Now at that Super Bowl. Swear to God, I had Deion Sanders, Mike Ditka Dante pastor Rini like all of these great great guests, I have all the pictures Yanni did my show. I asked him would go listen to it it’s a five and a half minute piece for me yeah the Yanni, Yanni, Yanni, Yanni, the Greek disegno.

Dennis Koulatsos  27:06

Alright, because last name is Chris malice, which translates into golden hair by the way. That’s why you know him is Johnny because Chris malice was way too long, just related to a good friend of mine from Highland town. mother’s story for another day. He

Nestor Aparicio  27:19

was a super nice guy. He really was great. And he may said some bad having relatives at ball and recently they died. He was a super good guy. So Master P Ice Cube Ice Cube did the show. You know, it’s another Rock and Roll Hall of Famer there, right So, so that year, I had all this chock full of it’s all on these tapes that Ray Bachman made for me, I love your ray. And I have never unearthed the rock one. Pulling it out. He definitely, like we got going in and I gave him a hard time and he called me a jabroni. And he like y’all for to kick my ass. And the chip was like that is I’m gonna frame it. And you’re gonna love it. And he had a movie coming out. He was transitioning at that time. And again, Dino cat came out of character and talked about Ray and talked about Baltimore. And you know, like, we had just won the Super Bowl a couple years ago. Great

Dennis Koulatsos  28:11

guy. Love the rock.

Nestor Aparicio  28:12

Yeah, so I’m finding things like that, that you would be like, if the rock showed up next week. You think it’s pretty cool, right? So if you’ve never heard it, it’s if it’s the first time you’ve heard it, it’s like it’s live renew right?

Dennis Koulatsos  28:25

Love to have the rocket come to my store. He would get everybody fired up for sure.

Nestor Aparicio  28:29

All right, ma’am. Give me the people’s eyebrows. We’ll probably do as little as People’s Elbow. Latos is here. He loves rats. It’s almost wrastling season males a little Neverwinter slaying the other night or something like that.

Dennis Koulatsos  28:42

They had the Royal Rumble the other night? Yeah, sorry. Yeah. Yeah, I don’t great stuff.

Nestor Aparicio  28:47

It probably sounds like when somebody doesn’t know what they’re talking about face. Just like

Dennis Koulatsos  28:51

the NFL. You know what the referees. It’s it’s sports entertainment.

Nestor Aparicio  28:57

And on our next program on Thursday, we’ll talk about officiating as well and gambling. You can find Dennis I do a lot so shallow as well as Dennis Colossus out on the Twitter thing and of course has a homepage right a Baltimore positive for the spirit of chats that we tend to have once or twice a week. He’ll be here on Thursday from three to five driving home. The farmer Sunday Sports voice still on Sunday mornings getting you ready for Super Bowl Sunday. The Chiefs and eagles it’s the Andy Reid Kelsey bowl. I am Nestor we are wn s t 5070, Towson Baltimore and we never stop talking Baltimore positive

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