Join NFL Gridiron Gab Editor Matt Loede Tonight on the “Papa Joe Chevalier” Show


Join NFL Gridiron Gab Editor Matt Loede tonight at 8:25 Eastern for an appearance on the “Papa Joe Chevalier” show. Matt will talk about the recent tragedy concerning Steve McNair and the social atmosphere surrounding the case and what the league may do following the tragedy to try and avoid it in the future. Click below to hear go to “Papa Joe’s” webiste and from there you can hear the show live as Matt and “Papa Joe” chat about the Steve McNair tragedy.

Click HERE to go to Papa Joe’s webiste


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One Response to “Join NFL Gridiron Gab Editor Matt Loede Tonight on the “Papa Joe Chevalier” Show”

  1. I am promoting Art Schlichter’s new tell-all book BUSTED, which comes out 9/1. Let me know if you can posting something on your blog or if you want to set up an interview.

    Art Schlichter was an All-American and Heisman Trophy candidate, he won two Big Ten Championships and was the first round draft pick for the Baltimore Colts (1982), former OSU quarterback Art Schlichter had it all. Woody Hayes called him “the best to ever play for Ohio State.” But as he gambled away more than $1.5 million –he lost everything, his career, his family, his self-respect and his freedom. After 10 years in prison, Art Schlichter has turned his life around. He founded http://www.gamblingpreventionawareness.org, and travels the country speaking to children about the dangers of gambling, and also helps families who need extra “intervention” when a loved one faces a gambling addiction.

    Art tells all in a new 22-chapter biography entitled Busted – from the unparalled highs of being the Big Ten’s Most Valuable player and playing for a national championship in the Rose Bowl, to the unbelievable lows of fighting to survive prison’s solitary confinement.
    To be released nationwide September 1.

    Hoping that you will want to interview Art about the book, and his long road to recovery. I will be happy to overnight both the book and a press kit.

    Best,
    Julie Whitney