Ray Ellis Sports Tuesday, January 12, 2010
January 12, 2010
Hosted by Ray Ellis
Today former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback and current Westwood One Sports commentator Mark Malone makes a guest appearance on Ray Ellis Sports. Mark and Ray discuss the NFL playoff games between the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles. You will enjoy their perspective of the shootout in the dessert between the Arizona Cardinals’ Kurt Warner against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. In the second half of the show, the former ball players provide commentary on the AFC Playoff games. Mark also takes the time to explain the mindset of the oldest quarterback in the NFL Brett Favre and what might happen if he does not make it to the Super Bowl. The Rooney Rule, steroids and much more can be heard during today’s broadcast. The NFL on Westwood One is the brand name given to weekly National Football League games carried on the radio over the Westwood One network.
Ray Ellis Sports
Tues 1 PM PT on VoiceAmerica Sports Network
Okay sports fans – here’s your opportunity to discuss football - America’s favorite sport!! On an annual basis, millions of people attend, watch and listen to football – both pro and college. “Ray Ellis Sports”, an internet talk radio show was developed with the fan in mind. Join Host former Philadelphia Eagles’ and Cleveland Browns’ Strong Safety, Ray Ellis on the VoiceAmerica Sports Network every Tuesday at 1:00 PM/PT, 4:00 PM/ET for exciting, interactive football discussions – from the fan’s perspective. Ray believes that it is the fans that support America’s favorite sport and they should be able to express their opinion about the game with passion. Tune in every Tuesday at 1:00 PM/PT to Ray Ellis Sports and let’s talk sports!
Ray Ellis, raised in Canton, Ohio has been a Browns’ fan all his life – which makes sense that he would have a successful career as a Browns Strong Safety. Ellis, a four-year letterman at Ohio State, won All-Big 10 honors with five interceptions as a senior defensive co-captain. He went on to play for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1981 and in 1986 joined the Cleveland Browns. Ellis’ career stats include: 427 tackles, 14 interceptions, nine fumbles caused, six recovered fumbles, three quarterback sacks and three blocked punts. Since leaving the Browns, Ellis has been active in both business and community, most recently as Chief Operating Officer for People for People, a non-profit corporation in Philadelphia whose mission is to educate underprivileged youth and young adults. Ellis has also been active with the Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Special Olympics, United Way, United Negro Fund and the National Center for Missing Children. Ellis now resides in Phoenix, AZ with his wife, Darice.