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Silvi Knows Greg Haugen

Silvi Knows Greg Haugen

June 29, 2020

Former world boxing champ Greg Haugen joins us on the Silvi Knows podcast to talk about his new book, "Tough Man - The Greg Haugen Story." He shares a lot of stories from the book as well as some not in the book, like the time boxing legend Emanuel Steward lost $625,000 betting against Haugen (29:20).
Haugen starts and ends the podcast talking about his disdain for Vinnie Pazienza and how they've never spoken since their third and final fight against each other.
Other topics include Haugen's days of fighting in Tough Man competitions in Alaska (22:00), the one boxer who hit him so hard he blacked out in the first round (17:45), Haugen's fastest knockout (20:45) as well as his favorite fight of his career (23:30). Haugen also talks about a possible Mike Tyson comeback (31:20) and why Muhammad Ali was his all time favorite.

Silvi Knows John Clayton

Silvi Knows John Clayton

June 23, 2020

As NFL teams await word on when to report to training camp next month, we call on Hall Of Famer John Clayton to look ahead to the season and more specifically, break down the Seahawks needs. Clayton opens the Silvi Knows podcast talking about the possibility of the Hawks trading for Jets safety Jamal Adams or Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones.
Other topics include Jadeveon Clowney (3:20), the decreasing value of running backs in the NFL (7:50), the Seahawks' current needs going into camp (10:30) and the effect of rookie tight end Colby Parkinson's injury (11:00).
Where does the NFC West rank in the NFL (12:45), where will Colin Kaepernick land (14:30) and how confident is the NFL in starting the season on time amid the pandemic (16:15)? It's all on this week's Silvi Knows podcast.

Silvi Knows Harold Reynolds

Silvi Knows Harold Reynolds

June 18, 2020

Harold Reynolds spent 12 years in Major League Baseball, including 10 with the Seattle Mariners. With MLB Network set to debut its new documentary, "Junior", Reynolds joins us on the Silvi Knows podcast to talk about the MLB special which features various superstars, including LeBron James (11:00). Reynolds gives us a preview and shares a lot of stories about Ken Griffey Junior. as well as Ken Griffey Senior.
Reynolds talks about some of Junior's best highlights, including his favorite catch of Junior's at Fenway Park (2:30). He also shares memories of that historical game when Junior and Senior hit back to back home runs (3:30).
Other topics include an April Fool's joke former manager Jim Lefebvre played on Junior (6:30), and a dance-off with then Mariners teammate Gene Harris (12:00). Reynolds also weighs in on the current state of Major League Baseball and the changes he'd like to see going forward (16:00).

Silvi Knows Myles Bryant

Silvi Knows Myles Bryant

June 16, 2020

As a youngster growing up in Southern California, Myles Bryant used to sell programs at the Rose Bowl. It's one of those memories that stuck with him over the years, especially when he got to play in the game as a member of the Washington Huskies.
The journey continues for Bryant now as a member of the 6-time Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots. This week on the Silvi Know podcast, Bryant describes why his "football junkie" mentality makes him a perfect fit for the Patriots (4:08) and how the sacrifices he made as a freshman at UW will help him as a rookie in New England (11:35).
Bryant also talks about why he loved Sundays in high school, because he got to study pro football broadcasts (19:00). Other topics include why YouTube is the greatest platform (20:40), why "Knuckleheads" is the greatest podcast (21:30) and why some of his greatest workouts have been with former Seahawk Richard Sherman (23:50). Bryant also talks Bill Gates and Elon Musk all on this week's Silvi Knows podcast.

Silvi Knows Nick Harris

Silvi Knows Nick Harris

June 10, 2020

Former Husky center Nick Harris joins us on this episode of the Silvi Knows podcast. The Cleveland Browns selected Harris in the fifth round of this year's NFL Draft. We open the podcast talking about his draft experience and what we can look forward to seeing from Harris as he starts his pro football career. He talks about a switch he flips when he takes the field (4:45) and a certain highlight that went viral during his college playing days (6:20).
Harris lets us in on what he's been doing with the Browns as far as workouts and meetings (10:30) and why he's a good fit with Cleveland's new offense (11:20). He also explains why he has a "meathead" mentality when it comes to run blocking (13:20).
Harris gets into his days at the University of Washington, the only Division one school to offer him a scholarship. He talks about the effect former UW head coach Chris Petersen had on his life (19:20). He also explains the story behind the customized t-shirt he revealed after his final Apple Cup (16:20) and why a certain clash with the Cougars was his "favorite life memory" so far.
Harris is one of those great personalities in sports and it comes out when he talks about how his life picked up speed when he entered the NFL (23:40) and why he "1000 percent" wants to be in the broadcast booth after his playing days (26:00).

Silvi Knows Tyler Ott

Silvi Knows Tyler Ott

June 1, 2020
Seahawks center Tyler Ott joins us on the Silvi Knows podcast. He spends the first few minutes talking about his passion for the March Of Dimes and his desire to raise funds for the organization. 
 From there, it's all football. He talks about his eye-opening rookie year with the New England Patriots (4:00) and his journey to a starting job with the Seahawks which comes with a unique story around his big break in Seattle (6:00).
 Ott is a Harvard graduate. In his four years, the Crimson won two Ivy League championships. Ott talks about his record-setting day when he caught three touchdown passes in one game (10:00), a record he still shares. Among some other topics, Ott tells us where he aims for the perfect snap (15:00), and the time he snapped the ball to punter Michael Dickson in Detroit and watched him run out of his own end zone for a first down (20:00).
  Ott's worst snap ever? He tells us about it (22:00) all on this week's Silvi Knows podcast.

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