Lawrence Taylor and Bill Parcells Podcast

May 27, 2013

Lawrence Taylor and Bill Parcells Podcast

 

To watch the Lawrence Taylor and Bill Parcells Podcast, please click Play above. To listen to it on your personal device, please download from iTunes.* (If you received this post via email, you can go to the online blog to watch.)

See LT and Bill Parcells like you've never seen them before. Candid. Real. Completely unrehearsed.

On May 8th, Bill Parcells and Lawrence Taylor visited Steiner HQ for a very special meet and greet. Needless to say, when these two get together, things get priceless in a hurry. Among other gems in this video/podcast, we learn how Bill used to fire up LT by saying he should have picked Hugh Green over him in the 1981 draft, why different players need to be motivated in different ways, and why Phil Simms getting hurt was the best thing that ever happened for the Giants to win the Super Bowl in 1991.

This is a MUST SEE for any Giants fan!

You can LISTEN TO MY OTHER PODCASTS, including ELI MANNING, Lou HoltzDerek Jeter, Joe Torre, Mariano Rivera, Robert Wuhl, Dave Winfield & Brian Cashman, by clicking HERE.

*NOTE: If you click the iTunes link on a mobile, you may end up having to type “Brandon Steiner” into the iTunes Search bar. This is an Apple issue, not mine!)




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