THIS IS THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
WITH JASON ROMANO, FEATURING RICH GANNON
Rich Gannon is a former NFL quarterback who played 18 seasons with Minnesota, Washington, Kansas City and Oakland. He was the 2002 NFL Most Valuable Player and led the Raiders to the AFC championship and a trip to Super Bowl XXXVII.
After his NFL career, Gannon moved to the broadcasting booth and called NFL games for CBS Sports from 2005 to 2020. He is currently doing broadcast work with the CBS Sports Network and SiriusXM’s NFL radio.
Today on the podcast, we talk to the four-time Pro Bowl QB about his NFL MVP season, the infamous “Tuck Rule” game in 2001, his journey of faith in Jesus, and the importance of staying connected to and focused on Christ.
Getting ready for breakfast at the beach and then off to church. Thankful for my many blessings most of all my faith, family and friends! pic.twitter.com/fedrfcJwNc
— Rich Gannon (@RichGannon12) July 4, 2021