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Brian Billick joins Nestor to discuss coaching, accountability and composure for Ravens after loss to Chiefs in AFC Championship Game

Brian Billick joins Nestor to discuss coaching, accountability and composure for Ravens after loss to Chiefs in AFC Championship Game

Brian Billick: “It’s not the best team that wins, it’s the team that plays best”

Every coach knows the pain of tough losses and watching players take bad penalties in the heat of the moment. Our head coach Brian Billick joins Nestor to discuss coaching, accountability and composure in the aftermath of the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 loss at home to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game.

Jarret Johnson: Lamar and Ravens will be better prepared than in 2019

After playing 12 years in the National Football League as a solid linebacker and the only two-time captain the University of Alabama, former Ravens' standout Jarret Johnson knows the emotions and demands of playoff football. He joins Nestor in discussing ways to contain Lamar Jackson and the proud Crimson Tide legacy that Nick Saban built since he left Tuscaloosa two decades ago to play with Ray Lewis in Baltimore.

Former Ravens linebacker Jarret Johnson discusses stopping Lamar Jackson and the Alabama that Nick Saban built

After playing 12 years in the National Football League as a solid linebacker and the only two-time captain in Alabama history, former Ravens' standout Jarret Johnson knows the emotions and demands of playoff football. He joins Nestor in discussing ways to contain Lamar Jackson and the proud Crimson Tide legacy that Nick Saban built since he left Tuscaloosa two decades ago to play with Ray Lewis in Baltimore.

Solomon Wilcots of Sirius XM joins Nestor from Cincinnati to discuss Lamar and rest of AFC January field

The Cincinnati Bengals figured to be more competitive in the AFC North race but after the injury to quarterback Joe Burrow midway through the season, The Jungle is a cold and lonely place in the division this January. Our pal Solomon Wilcots of Sirius XM joins Nestor from The Queen City to discuss Lamar Jackson, Joe Flacco and the rest of the race to the Super Bowl.

Football author and historian Howard Balzer discusses Ravens path to Super Bowl with Nestor

Football author and historian Howard Balzer is one of our favorite O.G. encyclopedic resources for all things and perspective on the history of the National Football League. He joins Nestor here to discuss the Ravens' path to Super Bowl and Lamar's path to quarterback immortality.

Is Lamar on the path to the Pro Football Hall of Fame?

Football author and historian Howard Balzer is one of our favorite O.G. encyclopedic resources for all things and perspective on the history of the National Football League. He joins Nestor here to discuss the Ravens' path to Super Bowl and Lamar's path to quarterback immortality.

Solomon’s Wisdom from Cincinnati: Burrow and the Bengals will be ready next year and beyond

The Cincinnati Bengals figured to be more competitive in the AFC North race but after the injury to quarterback Joe Burrow midway through the season, The Jungle is a cold and lonely place in the division this January. Our pal Solomon Wilcots of Sirius XM joins Nestor from The Queen City to discuss Lamar Jackson, Joe Flacco and the rest of the race to the Super Bowl.

Allen McCallum and Nestor enjoy a rare first place Orioles conversation after three decades of baseball friendship

Allen McCallum was our ballpark reporter and Orioles insider before we even had a radio station. The two guys who watched Jeffrey Maier reach over the Yankee Stadium wall from the right field bleachers together 27 years ago in the ALCS reconvene

Twenty five (plus) years of baseball friendship and Orioles chatter and they’re finally in first place!

Allen McCallum was our ballpark reporter and Orioles insider before we even had a radio station. The two guys who watched Jeffrey Maier reach over the Yankee Stadium wall from the right field bleachers together 27 years ago in the ALCS reconvene for an all-too-rare conversation about Orioles progress and magic.
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