11 Things To Know Before You Retire Overseas Here are 11 things I've learned from the school of hard knocks after three international moves across three continents with two kids, a dog, a turtle, a husband, and two businesses: 1. The...Show More Summary
Ryan Blair's new book, Rock Bottom to Rock Star, aims to share "lessons from the business school of hard knocks."
Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in October. Rock Bottom to Rock Star: Lessons from the Business School of Hard Knocks by Ryan Blair Simplify: How the Best Businesses in the World Succeed by Richard Koch,...Show More Summary
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Eric Dickerson has become a Pied Piper of sorts for the Los Angeles Rams with the franchise’s move back to the west coast. He’s probably the most recognizable former member of the team, and this is a team — before “Hard Knocks” and yes,...Show More Summary
We all knew that Bills Coach Rex Ryan had a bit of a potty mouth. Back in 2010, the Jets were featured on HBO’s “Hard Knocks” and, well, he gave a famously profane speech to his team that ended with a command to get a “[goshdarn] snack.” It was great television. And now Ryan is […]
Welcome to another edition of “Rams Overtime” with Lindsey Thiry and Gary Klein. This week’s topics include: A "Hard Knocks" season finale review Roster cuts Jared Goff not starting in season opener A preview of Rams vs. 49ers Season predictions GET IT ON iTUNES » email@example.com Follow...
Taran Killam is leaving Saturday Night Live after six seasons without much of a send-off, but he’s left us one last gag to appreciate before he departs for his new gig at Showtime: a parody of HBO’s Hard Knocks. The short video, which...Show More Summary
We knew Saturday Night Live would be without Taran Killam when it premieres its 42nd season in early October, and Killam has taken an opportunity to say goodbye his way with a parody video on HBO sports documentary program Hard Knocks. Show More Summary
NFL Films Presents is almost like something at a restaurant that is on a secret menu. It’s not as celebrated as Hard Knocks, A Football Life, or Inside The NFL, but loyal viewers will tell you it’s a real gem. When it was on ESPN2 it...Show More Summary
Not too long ago, we got the surprising and disappointing news that Taran Killam would be leaving Saturday Night Live along with fellow cast member Jay Pharoah and featured played Jon Rudnitsky. The latter wasn’t a surprising removal...Show More Summary
After six seasons on Saturday Night Live, Taran Killam will be saying goodbye, but not before he leaves us one last video. On Wednesday, Killam posted a Hard Knocks parody, “Live Knocks: Saying Goodbye to SNL” on Twitter. Liev Schreiber, narrator for the HBO documentary series, even voiced a play-by-play of Killam’s departure from ... More »
Taran Killam made his own SNL goodbye video on Tuesday to have some fun with his departure from the show. Killam was a cast member on SNL for six seasons, but did not have his contract renewed for the upcoming season this fall. Killam was known for his impressions of Matthew McConaughey, Brad Pitt, and Donald Trump. Show More Summary
There wasn’t much to laugh about or even poke fun of in the final episode of “Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Los Angeles Rams.” It was cut day. We knew that’s how the Rams’ five-week training camp would end. Accurate predictions were even made in this space about which players — despite occupying...
The fifth and final edition of HBO’s “Hard Knocks” started Tuesday night with one of the most revealing scenes of this year’s series. The Rams were on the practice fields at UC-Irvine — presumably sometime last week — but safety Lamarcus Joyner was not. The HBO cameras caught a brief conversation between Rams coach Jeff…
The Los Angeles Rams have their official 53-man roster for the 2016 season, and fans received an inside glimpse of the emotional realities of final cuts on the year's last episode of Hard Knocks on Tuesday. It started with head coach Jeff Fisher and Rams personnel discussing where defensive back Lamarcus Joyner was while the team was practicing. Show More Summary
Like many players who starred on ‘Hard Knocks’, Charles James got cut on national television. For him, it wasn’t as (...)
No happy endings here.
Some recognizable names were on the list of cuts as the Los Angeles Rams got down to 53 players on their roster this afternoon. Undrafted rookie Ian Seau, a favorite of Hard Knocks viewers, was waived. Seau is the nephew of the late Hall of Famer Junior Seau. Two veterans, linebacker Akeem Ayers and defensive…
The Los Angeles Rams made their final cuts today to reach the league mandated 53-man roster. The Rams and head coach Jeff Fisher are through with another tough day of roster cuts. Fisher has been a head coach in the NFL dating back to...Show More Summary