Hugh Douglas talks ESPN
July 15, 2014
Hosted by Luther Broughton and Micah Warren
Luther Broughton and Micah Warren interview Hugh Douglas about the Philadelphia Eagles, Terrell Owens and the incident that led to his firing from ESPN.
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Luther and Micah have an unhealthy addiction to sports. While they’re always talking about the NFL, they’ll debate just about anything sports related. “Cheap Shots” will cover the biggest events of the past week and let Luther and Micah sound off with their opinions and predictions. Expect big name guests to join the show as well as regular rants from Luther about why he can’t stand stupid people! You’ll want to call in and join the fun, because if it’s sports, they’ll be talking about it!
Luther Broughton and Micah Warren
Luther Broughton is a former tight end in the National Football League. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 5th round in 1997 out of Furman University. He spent the next five seasons with the Eagles and Carolina Panthers.
Luther still holds the Panthers team record for yards-per-catch (minimum five catches) with a 20.5-yard average.
Micah Warren has been writing about sports since 2006 as a writer and editor of GCobb.com, the website of former Lions, Eagles and Cowboys linebacker G. Cobb. He also founded his own site, OffTheRecordSports.com, and has been running that site since 2009. For several years, he co-hosted former show, “G. Cobb in the House” on the VoiceAmerica Sports Channel, with you guessed it, G. Cobb.
As a “journalist,” Micah’s claim to fame is that he was the first to break the Eagles free agent signing of Asante Samuel back in 2008.