Loving That Sports Talk Wednesday, March 29, 2017

March 29, 2017
Hosted by James Loving

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Loving that Sports Talk

Loving that Sports Talk

Wednesday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Sports Channel

“Loving” that Sports Talk will be about sports of all kind. The show will keep you up to date on what is going on in the world of sports. We will cover the NFL training camp and what players are holding out. We’ll talk about the veteran players that were released and why. Find out what teams are favored to go to the Superbowl, who the new starting Quarterbacks are and what is expected of them. We’ll talk weekly key injuries. Our weekly guests will include former NFL Players and sports enthusiasts, guest co-hosts, and much, much more. Call in or e-mail your comments and questions. “Loving” that Sports Talk is broadcast live every Wednesday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Sports Channel.

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James Loving

James Loving

James Loving is a Former Professional American Football Player who played receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles. After graduating from Alan B. Shepard High School in 1984, Loving had a stellar collegiate career playing 2 years at Santa Rosa Jr. College (84-86) in California then at the University of Wyoming (86-88). He was drafted in 1988 to the Canadian League (British Columbia team) before being asked to sign with the Eagles that same year. He played 2 years with the Eagles before ending his NFL playing career due to a major knee injury. In 1994 he and some of his fellow former NFL buddies put on a football camp in Wyoming called “The Double Bay Football Camp.” It was a huge success. He has dedicated his life to empowering the Inner City Youths by motivating them and giving them hope for a better future. Loving assures them that there are so many avenues that they can use to achieve their life goals. He does this by working hard to develop and implement programs such as football camps and other educational and social events designed to teach the fundamentals and build self confidence. Besides his camps and other Philanthropy work he also gives back by volunteering and donating money to “The Right Star Outreach Center” run by his mother in Robbins, IL. Loving currently resides in Litchfield Park, Arizona where he has gone back to school for his masters in Communications.

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Brian Allen


Brian Allen was an NFL player for the San Francisco 49ers and Indianapolis Colts from 2002-2005. Brian was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the 6th round with the 204th pick.
Brian graduated from Stanford University in 2002 and is currently the 7th leading rusher in Stanford football history.
After his NFL career, Brian worked as a corporate paralegal at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati and as an investment banking analyst at WR Hambrecht + Co. At WR Hambrecht + Co, Brian worked on several transactions during his tenure, the most notable being the United Football League with William Hambrecht (Hambrecht & Quist). Brian currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and works for Mark Curtis at Graystone Consulting, an investment consulting division of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney.
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JJ Birde


JJ (LaJourdain J.) Birden Sr. is a former professional American football player who was selected by the Cleveland Browns in the 8th round of the 1988 NFL Draft.
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Carlos Brooks


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Doc (Marcus) Holliday


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Patrick Jackson


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Doug Kingsriter


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Karl Mecklenburg


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