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Today on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, the guys prepare for Summer storylines. Brady returns from hanging with the in-laws celebrating the Celtics title. There’s a push for expanded NFL international games. Plus, typos and beer prices on “ICYMI.”

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Two Pros and a Cup of Joe. Fox Sports Radio,
LeVar Arrington, Brady Quinn, Jonas Knox with you here. Coming
up on this Thursday edition, the Steelers in Dublin, Ireland.
We are going to discuss the pros, and let's be honest,
there's no cons to it. We're just going to discuss
the pros when it comes to the Steelers going all
the way over to Dublin. We're also going to have
another edition of In Case you missed it, that involves

apparently a flawed Super Bowl ring, but who cares if
you ask one of the winners of that Super Bowl.
We will also discuss the NBA Draft and the NBA
Draft lottery, but not like how you're normally hearing. We're
going to do something called draft pick or draft shtick.
You'll find out more on that quarterback salary cap, what
do we make of that? Plus Albert Brier is gonna
stop by. We've got another edition of You Any You Out,

and it's all the usual shenanigans. It's all yours. Coming
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Speaker 1 (01:51):
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Speaker 4 (02:01):
Yeah, Coop, damn yeah Coop.

Speaker 1 (02:04):
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a lie that was told on the area yesterday? Uh oh,
you said yesterday was your Friday?

Speaker 4 (02:48):
I thought it was. Man, I'm talking thought it was.

Speaker 1 (02:50):
I'm talking to yo ass. So what happened today?

Speaker 5 (02:55):
Well, well, I am un ex expectedly awake and I
am unexpectedly here and I got oh, I told I
held true to form. I enjoyed my day as if
I didn't have to work today.

Speaker 1 (03:10):
So what, so what it is?

Speaker 4 (03:13):
So I'm a limp through this one. I just tell
you that.

Speaker 1 (03:16):
So what it didn't tell?

Speaker 5 (03:17):
There's a lot about Marley music and pool and you know,
writing in my notepad old school wise and and coconut tequila.

Speaker 4 (03:30):
Yeah with pineapple.

Speaker 1 (03:31):
By the way, I heard, I was going to send
you and Lee this video I saw yesterday. Gary Breca,
who's like a I think he's like a human biologist
is the technical term. But he's really smart as far
as like diet and all that. He's worked with Dana
White and a bunch of people, and he said that
the best if you're going to drink alcohol, the best

alcohol to drink is tequis And so I could have
told you that a lot of I could have told
me that yesterday.

Speaker 5 (03:58):
I could have told you because it's the best one
to drink.

Speaker 1 (04:02):
But isn't it. So it's a getaway day because you're
going to state college.

Speaker 5 (04:07):
Yeah, soon, like like literally soon as I'm beating cheeks
super quick.

Speaker 4 (04:12):
So as soon as this show's over.

Speaker 1 (04:14):
Yeah, well, yeah, listen, we're efforting. Brady Quinn will be
with us here coming up in just a moment. Some
technical difficulties here, but we will be catching up with BQ,
who's look, he's kind of conflicted in a lot of
ways because the in laws are all Celtics fans and
he has adopted the Florida Panthers as his hockey team,

and so the in laws are happy because the Celtics
have won the NBA Finals, but he can't be happy
with that, nor could he be happy with the fact
that all of a sudden, the Florida Panthers find themselves
in a real series now that it's three to two.
So really conflicted when it comes to who your rooting
interests are and the in laws and whether or not
you should be supportive, which just goes back to my

initial point. Whenever Mexico's playing in a World Cup or
a CONCACAF Gold Cup or whatever these tournaments are, I
just play it safe. I always bet against them and
root openly against them anytime I'm around the family. So
if you just if you're trying to figure out whether

or not you can emotionally handle you know, people around
you and supporting their teams, whether you should jump on
board or adopt teams like he did with the Florida Panthers,
just don't do it. Root for whoever anybody else isn't
rooting for. And that's a safer way to play in
my mind, if you got a little bit of hater
in you, but you know not everybody's got that, and
everybody thinks like that. So when you go when you're

at a Penn State game, like when we go to
see Penn State Illinois. What would you say the percentage
of fan base is going to be that represents Illinois
in State College in September.

Speaker 5 (05:56):
When we're there, I'd say, well, represents Illinois maybe, Like.

Speaker 4 (06:07):
Are we saying percentage?

Speaker 1 (06:08):
Yeah, Like I mean, is it like five percent?

Speaker 4 (06:14):

Speaker 1 (06:15):
That's all they get?

Speaker 4 (06:17):

Speaker 1 (06:17):
They get four percent? And what's capacity at Beaver.

Speaker 4 (06:21):
Stadium one hundred and eighteen.

Speaker 1 (06:26):
I mean at that point, why even go.

Speaker 5 (06:31):
Because you're representing your children, you know, family, they get
a sliver and I think that might end up being
it's a chance that might end up being a white
out game. Oh really, there's a small chance it might
end up being that. So yeah, I mean, if it's
a white out, it's probably like two percent. Like I know,

we had a white out against what was it Michigan
last year. I think it was or to stripe out
one of the two. Maybe it was ripe out and Michigan.
You know, they they kind of represent it.

Speaker 1 (07:06):
Those night games for college and especially for college football,
when it's like normally games kick off at what you know,
three Eastern time or noon Eastern time, and then all
of a sudden, you throw a night game in the
middle of the schedule. The tailgating is bananas, like it

might it must be out of control, especially at a
place like state college.

Speaker 5 (07:30):
It's well, and I'm one of the biggest tailgates, so
you'll get to if you guys stay for the game,
you'll get to come hang with me at my tailgate.

Speaker 1 (07:41):
What goes on there?

Speaker 4 (07:43):
So what happens in stick City State.

Speaker 1 (07:46):
Jello shots or because that was a big thing at
South Carolina when South Carolina would do there. The people
that I became friends with their when they had their tailgate,
that was their big go to. It was yellow shots
that have syringe that have syringed with jello shots, and
they just pass them out and you do two or
three of those, thinking oh that's great, like it's easy,
not messy, and then you know, hour and a half later,

you're bombed and the game isn't even anywhere close to
kicking off.

Speaker 5 (08:14):
So college football is coming up soon, That's that is true. Yeah,
and and that's exciting. And we'll make sure we have
a tray of Jonas jello shots and Lee jello shots
just for you guys when you guys are there.

Speaker 1 (08:31):
Yeah, that ain't happening for me. Those days are dead. No,
those those days are longer.

Speaker 4 (08:35):
No, we're going to do it. We're going to do it.
We're going to do it.

Speaker 5 (08:40):
We're really going to do We're going to We're really
going to do it.

Speaker 1 (08:43):
It does bring up the point though, if college football
is the first game is I believe August twenty fifth,
If I'm not mistaken, I believe the first game for
college football is coming up August twenty fifth. Obviously we've got,
you know, preseason football up until that point. But if
we're if we've got to wait until August twenty fifth,

the NBA Finals are over, what's the go to sports wise?
I know for you obviously it's gonna be WNBA. But
if there is there something that's going to get us
through that, that is going to be August twenty fourth,
by the way, first action in college football with Delaware
State and Hawaii, and then you've got the Florida State

Georgia Tech game. That's the one from Ireland, Montana State,
New Mexico, SMU Nevada. So that weekend is the first
week zero quote unquote of college football. I mean, we
got a couple of months to play with here, Like,
what are we doing to get through it is it
just House of Dragons or are we gonna like have
any sports involved.

Speaker 5 (09:45):
Well, we can't say House of Dragons because the avid
sports fans out there, you know, they don't do that
s you know, watching you know, fantasy, you know shows.
So I won't talk about Game of Thrones or how
also dragons of Game of Thrones. You know, the things
we could talk about our sports. You know, we could

talk about you know, port Noy. You know, we could
talk about you know, Charlie Woods, you know, son of
Tiger Woods. Let's throw Bronnie James up in there. We
could talk about Bronnie James quite a bit.

Speaker 4 (10:19):
You know.

Speaker 5 (10:20):
We could talk about Ryan Garcia, you know he retired
as claims he's retiring.

Speaker 1 (10:25):

Speaker 4 (10:25):
Well, I mean there's a lot of things that we
can talk about.

Speaker 5 (10:28):
You know, we can talk about, uh, let's see, we
can talk about car racing. We can talk about bicycles
seven on seven Sunday ticket, Let's see what else.

Speaker 1 (10:47):
I mean, we'll listen.

Speaker 5 (10:48):
I'm just saying, let's just let's just talk about all
these things because to the avid sports fan, they're going
to be excited to hear us talk about it.

Speaker 1 (10:57):
Well, look, I mean we can we can make anything
work here on the show that let's let's make it dance.
But I'm thinking, just for the stay, we don't.

Speaker 5 (11:05):
Have to be the ones that do the whole dance
and you know, deal and you know, try to ride
the coattails of Uh. You know what I think is
funny By the way, you mentioned talking w n B A.
Do we really talk w n b A when we
talk w NBA Jonas or do we just talk Caitlyn Clark?

Speaker 4 (11:25):
You know what I mean?

Speaker 5 (11:26):
Like, if you really think about it, I was thinking
about this right. It's like people are talking about how
it's boosted this, that and the other.

Speaker 4 (11:32):

Speaker 5 (11:33):
Petro said, he turns the games on and wants to watch.
But when does he turn the game on? Who's playing
Caitlyn Clark? So to me, is this a matter of
conversations surrounding Caitlyn Clark or is it a matter of
coverage that's surrounding the w n B A, Because last

I checked, I don't feel like the rising tide raised
all ship ships and boats.

Speaker 4 (12:00):
I don't.

Speaker 5 (12:01):
I don't feel that way. I feel like the rising
tide has Caitlyn Clark's boat floating, and there are no
other boats that are really in the scenario, unless there's
the idea that she's connected to Angel Rees, like that's
her h that's her Joker, or that's you know, that's
her Magic Johnson, you know, to Larry Bird.

Speaker 1 (12:23):
I mean yeah, and it would also be well, okay,
so so why does she have to be Larry Bird
and Angel Reese?

Speaker 5 (12:29):
Well because they you know, you know, you guys in
the media tried to turn it into a race.

Speaker 1 (12:34):
What do you mean, you guys, what do you you people?

Speaker 4 (12:36):

Speaker 5 (12:37):
People, Hey, listen you r G three Yeah, let me
tell you simple tried to turn this into a race.

Speaker 1 (12:45):
I already took sides. I'm Angel Reese and you took
Caitlyn Clark, just to throw everybody for a loop. All right,
so we've already established that on this show. Look, I mean,
good for them, they're getting getting a little more news,
a little more pub little more notoriety. I don't I
still don't think they're any more close to being on
the same level some of these other sports. But maybe
this is a big summer form and they can get there.

Speaker 5 (13:04):
I mean, nobody said nobody said it was an inferior
product or it was a weak product or I don't
like women in sports. I have a ton of daughters,
a ton of them, you know, and I have a
wife that played basketball even at the college level, do
one level.

Speaker 4 (13:19):
So I don't hate women's sports. You know.

Speaker 5 (13:23):
It's like people were trying to make it seem like
I was hating on the WNBA. I wasn't hating on
the WNBA. I was just telling I was just calling
it like it is. No one cares, like there's a
couple people that care. Clearly there were one or two
people that showed me they cared on my timeline. There
are a couple of people that you know. Even we
heard Petro say he turns the games on, so we

got things to talk about. The point is is that
we have things to talk about in the w NBA.

Speaker 4 (13:50):
Could be one of them.

Speaker 1 (13:51):
Yeah, we'll see.

Speaker 4 (13:52):
I mean, if it's don't have to.

Speaker 5 (13:53):
Be a whole lot more prep time on who we're
talking about and what the storylines are, you know, because
if we're on a talk WNBA, let's challenge ourselves at
talk WNBA. Well not Caitlin Clark.

Speaker 1 (14:05):
Yeah, you know, let me know how that goes.

Speaker 4 (14:08):
FA We'll do that.

Speaker 5 (14:08):
Now we're fab not even four, we got four filled
up with something noe. We'll do that in Now We're Fat.

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Speaker 1 (15:37):
Coming up in a little over twenty minutes from now
from the tire rack dot Com studios, somebody's defending a
mistake that was made all right and they should be
defending it. We will get into that for you again
a little over twenty minutes from now. So i'd be brady,
I know obviously, you know, probably a little bit a
little bit conflicted for you love your in laws. Probably

not thrilled that they're happy with the Celtic winning another
title goes to Boston. It's been so long since they'd
won anything there, so it's good to see that that
Boston and the in laws get to celebrate a little bit,
you know, with the NBA Finals in the South.

Speaker 4 (16:12):
Yeah, there hasn't been.

Speaker 7 (16:15):
There has been a ton of conversation about, you know,
the title itself, more of focusing on Jason Tatum and
his postgame celebration that was really similar to Kevin Garnett.

Speaker 4 (16:28):
I'm not sure if you guys kind of.

Speaker 7 (16:31):
To each other just did it didn't seem as genuine. Uh,
there's some other things that were put together to he
was kind of quoting Steph Curry. You know, there was
maybe a quote from Kanye at some point too, So
it seemed like he was just hitting all the cliche quotes.
After it was all said it done now, I was
more fixated on that.

Speaker 5 (16:52):
I mean, you know, he hit the Kobe, the MJ.
He was doing all of them. He said, I get
this one championship. I'm doing every single thing that one
of the greats did in this celebration.

Speaker 1 (17:04):
It's like a cover band, you know, like some cover bands.
Like I saw a cover band recently. They had like
twelve hundred to fifteen hundred people there, and I'm like,
you don't even know. They didn't have one original song,
not one. I'm like, all right, well, if you're doing
fifteen hundred people and you're getting you know, twenty Bucks
ahead at the door. Good for you. Like maybe he's like,
I'll just be a cover band. I'll just do what
everybody else is doing and then we should be good.

But he is an NBA champion. Now, speaking of Celtics
and the Celtic lifestyle and things like that, this show
knows very well about Ireland and the scene in Ireland
and just sort of what that is when it comes
to a sporting event in Dublin. And apparently somebody in

the NFL is very interested in trying to partake in
something that we saw and we got to see up
close and personal back in August. And that's somebody is
Levar's Pittsburgh Steelers. Because Dan Rooney says, the Steelers are
trying to play a game in London, our play game
in Ireland. They played a game, a preseason game at

Croke Park in Ireland back in nineteen ninety seven. I
believe it was against the Bears. They played there, and
they're looking at this going this would be a goal
of ours. We would like to get there. We have
sought this for a while now. We believe, you know,
the Irish fans would love the Pittsburgh Steelers based on
what we saw and them filling up a fifty one

thousand seat stadium there for Notre Dame and Navy. Not
only could the Steelers fill that one up easy, they
could fill up Croke Park, which I believe is eighty
two thousand for capacity there. And to imagine Steeler fans
in the middle of Dublin, Ireland. Whenever this gets done,
because it's only a matter of time based on the

international planning that the NFL is putting together, Steeler Nations
is going to take over Ireland and it doesn't matter
who they play, like, they could play anybody, and that
place is going to be a madhouse. So that might
be the next trip for US, big time international trip,
we go all the way to Dublin to see the
Pittsburgh Steelers take on somebody.

Speaker 5 (19:11):
You know, Daniel Rooney was he the former United States
Ambassador to Ireland. So there's a connection there, strong connection
there in terms of what the Rooney family you know, feels,
you know, in terms of their connection and lineage and

history to to Ireland. So and you know, if the
Rooneys love it, Pittsburgh people love it, you know, and
the Steelers fan base they love it, and they'll they will. Yeah,
they travel. I mean it's one of the largest, it's
one of the largest fan bases. They traveled. They there's
sports bars. You can find a Steelers sports bar pretty

much anywhere. Yeah, and so yeah, I think it'd be
a great idea.

Speaker 4 (20:02):
I think it'd be a wonderful idea for that to
take place.

Speaker 7 (20:06):
I think this was all done to get LeVar over
to Ireland. I mean, called a conspiracy theory, call what
you want. This was all done in an effort Jonas
to get a guy who grew up as a Stillers
fan yea in Pittsburgh over to Ireland. I mean it's
not many times in life you get a second opportunity.
This is it for us, Like this is it for

us in the show going over to Ireland.

Speaker 4 (20:30):
I mean, like I this and this is this is
opportunity for us. I think this is when we've got
to go. I see WHEREQ is at on the show today.

Speaker 1 (20:38):
And there's also and there's there's also be huh well,
and there's also this. It does give you an opportunity,
since we're in Ireland, to dust off that vintage Neil
O'Donnell jersey that you've had sitting in the closet for
a long time that you can bring all the.

Speaker 4 (20:56):
Way to Dublin.

Speaker 1 (20:57):
I mean, I don't know. If I didn't see anybody,
you would probably know this was anybody drinking a Long
Island the entire time we were there. No, No, I
wonder if they even know what a long island is?
Is that even on the bar. I'm serious.

Speaker 5 (21:11):
I mean you do know they have you know, Internet there,
and if there weren't a long Island name for the
drink over there, that you could just say, hey, can
you make me a long island? And even though they
don't know what a long island is, they might look
on their phone and say, okay, oh, this is how
a long island is.

Speaker 4 (21:28):

Speaker 1 (21:29):
I mean we know from experienced Lee ast G and T.
And they thought he was speaking, you know, like some
some language, some alien language that they'd never heard of
in their life. Like they look confused. So if they
don't know what a gin and tonic is, I can't
imagine they know what a what a long island is.

Speaker 4 (21:45):
I mean when you say they, who are you speaking of?

Speaker 1 (21:48):
I'm talking about the bartenders there.

Speaker 4 (21:49):
And young people over there.

Speaker 1 (21:51):
Those people.

Speaker 4 (21:53):
Dang, we couldn't understand them either, so it kind of goes.

Speaker 1 (21:58):
I'm just saying after some of the accents are a
little thick.

Speaker 7 (22:01):
I don't know if that was them or us, though,
I mean that could have been after we had a
few too many drinks they got hard to understand, and
then after too many drinks for us, they got hard
for people to understand us.

Speaker 1 (22:12):
I think at a certain point it just doesn't matter.
You just sort of nod your head and everybody speaking
the same language at that.

Speaker 7 (22:16):
Point everyone says lad at some point then yeah, and
a lot of nodding.

Speaker 8 (22:20):
I've found a drink called a Long Ireland Ice tea
which is very whiskey heavy.

Speaker 4 (22:25):
Yeah, no, I don't want that.

Speaker 8 (22:27):
What is I doubt that. I doubt this is actually
from Ireland though?

Speaker 1 (22:30):
What is a Long Island Ireland ice?

Speaker 8 (22:32):
It's a whiskey, A lot of you know, juices, bidders
and I think I see some rum in here, some
black coffee liqueur.

Speaker 5 (22:40):
Whoa, whoa you spotted that?

Speaker 4 (22:47):
All right?

Speaker 1 (22:47):
So listen, speaking of.

Speaker 4 (22:48):
Black coffee liqueur, how's your how's your dating like? Going? Lee?
Oh my gosh, that's that's a sport. Isn't that a sport?

Speaker 7 (22:56):

Speaker 4 (22:56):
Is how is that sport going thrown extra?

Speaker 8 (23:01):
I'm testing my juggling skills there, yeah, yeah, all right.

Speaker 5 (23:10):
Okay, all right, there we go and leaves off balls
in the air.

Speaker 8 (23:16):
It's going very well.

Speaker 1 (23:18):
I'll tell you that. What would you if you guys
could go back and you're playing, Is there a country
that you would have loved to playing, like played a
game in that would be at the top of the
list for you. Internationally?

Speaker 5 (23:36):
I would have wanted to play, maybe in Canada and
see what that felt like. Really, I wouldn't want to
just go anywhere just for the sake of it's, you know,
somewhere I want to go.

Speaker 4 (23:46):
I want to go somewhere where they.

Speaker 5 (23:47):
Love football and understand it because ultimately, you know, for me,
maybe I'm I'm you know, kind of coming from a
perspective of I attended a game at Wimberley and London
and the fans didn't give an s They were like,
you're you were designated to be the fans of this

team or of that team. They were just cheering like
something happened.

Speaker 4 (24:14):
You hear people go oh yay, And it was like, wait,
like pick a team.

Speaker 1 (24:20):
It's like it's like a church when some people don't
know when to stand up or sit down. They just
look around at everybody else. Oh they're doing it, I'll
do it too.

Speaker 4 (24:26):
There you go. It was more like a social gathering.

Speaker 5 (24:29):
So I would want to go somewhere where the people
actually know football and respect it because otherwise it's like
you're going out there and you're playing. What are you
really like those fans aren't. I can't imagine being in
front of a large crowd of spectators onlookers and they
don't know what the hell they're watching. You know, it's

like who are you? You're playing the game for the
people who are watching it on television that couldn't make
it over there, or the few that were sports fans
that were football fans that could have made it over there,
or a few Americans that lived there and decided to
come to the game. Otherwise, it's like it's just more
of a spectacle and it's like a bull fight. It's like, oh,
there's a bull, there's a what are they called, like,

what are they called something?

Speaker 4 (25:15):
Doors matadors.

Speaker 5 (25:16):
Yeah, you know, it's like you're watching that and it's
like talking about everything else is more important.

Speaker 4 (25:23):
So I'd say Canada.

Speaker 1 (25:26):
I mean, I feel like that's for me. You know,
it's a little too close though I'm talking about it's
close like international, like you could drive there, like, but
I'm talking like, get on a flight, go somewhere far away.

Speaker 4 (25:36):
I mean, I got you, and I get that. Tell
me a place that matters.

Speaker 1 (25:41):
It'll eve be sweet.

Speaker 5 (25:43):
Okay, they love they love American football there, probably not okay,
they know what American football is, like the rules and
all that.

Speaker 1 (25:50):
But you would probably want to send like the Eagles
over if you're going to play in Philadelphia because Big
Dom would be a hit there, all right, Sirianni would
be a hit there, Like you really got lead to
real Italians?

Speaker 5 (26:01):
Would they be or would they just be you know,
would they just be there with with like you know
Italian origin last names?

Speaker 1 (26:10):
Oh, they would have no idea what's going on?

Speaker 5 (26:12):
Yeah, I just don't. I just don't see how it
would matter. Like name a place and they are you
say Italy. That's that's X one strike.

Speaker 1 (26:20):
One, Brady, you got a spot, like if you could
go back and play internationally, where we would be Because
I'm gonna guess you exactly, I'm gonna guess he's gonna say, Mexico,
here we go. Let's yeah, I'm gonna get probably Mexico.

Speaker 4 (26:34):

Speaker 1 (26:35):
He's thinking, he's thinking through it, Okay.

Speaker 5 (26:38):
Doesn't want to contribute to it because it's not worth
contributing to. What do you mean it's you know, I like,
I love these attempts to try to expect and I
know Q would have a really, really learned answer for this.
But he sounds like he's in a sarcastic mood. So
that should be good if we get him back. But

but the idea of playing in a place to introduce
the game to that audience is kind of to me.
I don't know, it's a waste of time, like kind
of in my estimation, it's kind of like a waste
of time.

Speaker 1 (27:14):
Okay, what about Spain?

Speaker 5 (27:18):
I would want, Well, you know what's crazy is I
was all over the place. Did I ever tell you
the story about how we were there? I was there
with the Steelers. Go figure, since this is the segment.
I was in Barcelona, Spain with the Pittsburgh Steelers when

they played the San Francisco forty nine Ers in the preseason.

Speaker 1 (27:43):
I had a look.

Speaker 5 (27:45):
The beach was amazing, and I was like, fourteen. I
was fourteen, and them eyes was opened. You know how
they say you haven't seen anything until you've seen the
world unless you're from Barcelona. You know certain places. If
you're from there, then you've seen the world, you know.

If you know what I mean, you're talking about hammers,
and they had no problem with you being able to partake.
I'll tell you that there was nothing on no, no,
So I saw one. I saw one that I just

in my mind I believe that they had a crush
on me by just looking at me and seeing me.
So I did my little like you know, run to
the water. You know, I was diesel back then. I
was skinny, but I was like I was ripped up,
looked like I was something at fourteen. So I did
my little run and then I felt the water get
get on me. It was the Black Sea, and I
was moving and then I go to dive in to

be real smooth, and I hit my pinky off of
the ground and dislocated it. Put it right back in though,
because I would have been too embarrassed to say I
hurt myself while I was trying to impress, which, by
the way, she wasn't even paying attention when I turned
around to see if she was still paying attention, she wasn't.

Speaker 1 (29:06):
Yeah, but I'll bet you she's probably still there, probably
still there waiting for your return.

Speaker 4 (29:11):
So you know what she missed out? She missed out?
She did, Yeah, she did, but I gave her a chance.

Speaker 1 (29:18):
That would be that would be near the top of
the list for me if I was gonna go play.

Speaker 4 (29:21):
I want to go Barcelona, yeah, yeah, come or Spain. Yeah.

Speaker 5 (29:24):
I could see that their team was Their team was
successful too. When they had the dragons right, they did
pretty good, I.

Speaker 1 (29:31):
Believe so yeah. Yeah, but uh, you know, I think
they wanted to change the team name to Cannons.

Speaker 4 (29:37):
If I'm not mistaken, that's kind of funny.

Speaker 5 (29:40):
I would be curious to see what that would look like,
the Steelers going yeah, I mean yeah, And you wouldn't
be wrong if my memory serves me correctly. And there
are some things that just will always be like there

in your mind, and that's one of those things. Yeah, Barcelona,
Spain was amazing, and I got pick pocketed, but we
caught like so somebody grabbed my wallet. That the their strip,
I guess was known notorious for pickpockets and so somebody
hit me and grabbed like my little money deal. But

they didn't realize that there was some some inner city
kids that was walking it. So it was like culture
clashing and we actually, like my boy Alvin saw the
bump and grabbed him before he could get it to
the other one to walk the other way and give
it to the all.

Speaker 1 (30:40):
The one away with your wallet got him, Doe fun little.

Speaker 4 (30:44):
We got him.

Speaker 5 (30:46):
The cultures clashed, and and and Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh and South Pittsburgh.

Speaker 4 (30:51):
One man.

Speaker 1 (30:51):
Yeah, a little little billfold there like weeds.

Speaker 4 (30:55):
Like what you're doing. Man.

Speaker 1 (30:56):
See, I always think if you're gonna get picked part
that that's why you keep your wallet or your bill
fold in your front pocket because if you're gonna get pickpocket,
at least get something.

Speaker 4 (31:04):
Out of it, you know what I mean? You know
what I mean?

Speaker 1 (31:06):
Yeah, tang makes sense to dang grab it. It is
two pros and a cup of Joe. Here on Fox
Sports Radio, LeVar Arrington Brady Quinn Jonas knocks in.

Speaker 5 (31:15):
That way way, did you contribute to where we would go?
Brady Quinn wait to contribute, you, buddy.

Speaker 4 (31:22):
We're doing the best I can.

Speaker 1 (31:23):
We're working through some stuff.

Speaker 5 (31:24):
Okayt way to give us the salent treatment.

Speaker 1 (31:28):
But like the headsets got out.

Speaker 7 (31:32):
Trust me, I would have loved to be a more
part of the conversation.

Speaker 4 (31:34):
We've got a lot of things going on.

Speaker 1 (31:38):
It is Two Pros and a Cup of Joe here
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Speaker 2 (31:50):
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Speaker 2 (32:42):
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Speaker 1 (32:52):
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Speaker 8 (32:57):
Good morning everybody, Good morning, Joe, Good morning, Brady, Good
morning LeVar.

Speaker 1 (33:02):
Guys, In case you missed this, you might have you
might have seen this. Hey, thank you.

Speaker 8 (33:07):
That the super Bowl, of course that happens. It's one
of those days. In case you missed this. The super
Bowl already the chief Super Bowl rings have a typo
in it. Of course, on the inside of the ring
they have all the games in the playoffs that they
had to complete in order to get to the super Bowl.
That first one, of course, being against the Miami Dolphins,
who they beat. It has the score there. It also

has the seed of the Miami Dolphins typo, being that
it has them as a seventh seed when they should
have been a sixth seed.

Speaker 1 (33:33):
Well, Travis Kelsey was asked about.

Speaker 8 (33:35):
It from his brother Jason on their New Heights podcast,
and this is what Travis had to say about it.

Speaker 2 (33:40):
They could have done no seeds on the side of them.

Speaker 4 (33:42):
I would have been fine.

Speaker 1 (33:43):
That's my thing.

Speaker 4 (33:44):
Yeah, I think it makes it more unique, like.

Speaker 5 (33:46):
Oh yeah, and we made it really detailed and oops,
we screwed up.

Speaker 4 (33:51):
Just makes it more exclusive, like there's.

Speaker 1 (33:53):
Something we screwed up about, something that means nothing major
there you go, I like, why is it? I mean
I know that you know you want everything to look perfect,
but I mean, wouldn't it be worse if you didn't
get a Super Bowl ring at all? Like you just
take what I mean, it's flawed whatever, it's not a
big of a deal. It's they called the Dolphins. What
a seven seed in there? A six seed? Like that's

the issue. But who cares?

Speaker 4 (34:17):
That's what's what's the problem. He got his ring, and
I think so much should be fired.

Speaker 1 (34:21):
Really all right, I'm with you? Then fine, I.

Speaker 7 (34:25):
Mean, whoever's a part of the ringing situation I'm saying, like,
I mean, it was your one job is to make
sure everything's right on the ring, and you just missed
that part of it. It's like, if you're gonna put
as much detail and that's your job, you better make
sure you get it right.

Speaker 4 (34:40):
You have fires.

Speaker 7 (34:41):
It's always fun in me, like the uh, the Stanley
Cup has stuff like that. It's got some inperfections on it.
I'm like, how do you get that wrong? Like you're
chiseling it into the Stanley Cup? Like don't you think
you should double check triple check? Same thing with the rings,
Like shouldn't there be something responsible for triple checking all this?
It's a simple Google, so it's not that complicated. Like

when people are worried about AI and technology take over
their job. This is a reason for people stuff like this,
How is it possible this one small little detail someone
messed up on? Oh, they go, what's human air? Exactly?
That's what people who run businesses are trying to get
rid of. They're trying to get rid of human airs,
And how do you give it a human air? Get

rid of humans? Yeah, I'm just trying to look out
for us.

Speaker 4 (35:27):

Speaker 7 (35:28):
We're in a battle right now versus the robots dam
and they're winning, but we keep messing up these Super
Bowl rings?

Speaker 1 (35:43):
What else? Guys always love these these studies.

Speaker 8 (35:46):
A new study from a company called Team Marketing Report
recently puts one out giving the cost of sixty ounce
of beers at every NFL stadium, right, average costs usually
being around nine and fifty cents. That was going to
the Packers, Cowboys and Steel Yeah, I imagine where LA
is up there just behind the number one team. LA
for both the Chargers and Rams are at thirteen seventy

five for sixteen outs beer. But can you guess who's
the one team ahead of them?

Speaker 4 (36:15):
New York like the Jets Giants.

Speaker 8 (36:18):
Jets and Giants are up there at eleven dollars each
for their beers.

Speaker 1 (36:22):
It's a it's an NFC. What is an NFC East team? Cowboys?
Cowboys are average at.

Speaker 4 (36:31):
Nine fifty You Philly is a Philly?

Speaker 8 (36:34):
It is Philly at fourteen sixty seven?

Speaker 4 (36:36):
First evergot that?

Speaker 5 (36:38):

Speaker 4 (36:38):
Would have never thought that?

Speaker 8 (36:40):
And the cheapest goes to Detroit and Atlanta at six
dollars and.

Speaker 1 (36:43):
Twenty five cents. Now that sounds good, No, wonder Ford Field. Finally,
shop Boys, Hey we're good now? Yeah, how much of
the beer? Well, lowest in the league. All right, we're there,
no wonder they're selling out games now. I mean, fourteen
sixty seven is the average price of a beer at
an Eagles game. What's a sixteen ounce beer? All right?

Speaker 7 (37:10):
Four extraalysis you get price coals.

Speaker 1 (37:14):
I mean, that's that's a little surprise. You got to
keep those fans. Uh, you know you don't want a
good too rowdy of there in Philly. Right. And by
the way, just because the cup is sixteen ounces doesn't
mean you're actually getting a sixteen ounce beer. Some of
those pores are a little spotty at some of the stadiums. Wait,
hold on, I think this says for canned beer. No,
it does say it doesn't specify candor. Well, yeah, they
don't want people throwing cans at the players, so they do,

like most things are are now in drafts.

Speaker 4 (37:40):
Or at each other for that matter.

Speaker 1 (37:41):
Great point, great point, that's what And now this this
leads to why Lee always sneaks a flask in always
and stuff like this sometimes too.

Speaker 5 (37:51):
Yeah, but how many? I mean are you able to
get it done with a flask?

Speaker 4 (37:56):
Uh? Like are you out of air? Like? Is that
enough alcohol for you?

Speaker 1 (37:59):
Well? That, like I said, Sometimes there's two.

Speaker 4 (38:03):
And they don't find you one. You have two flasks.

Speaker 1 (38:05):
You gotta get the plastic ones. Tank you gotta get
the plastic. You pass the metal detection, Oh my god.
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