All of us here at the Real Football Network are excited to be escaping to the Margaritaville state of mind everey Saturday to bring you a unique new content feature called Margaritaville Football. As Jimmy Buffett’s tour traveled across the country this year, production coordinator Heikki Larsen sat down with football personalities to talk sports, music, living the Margaritaville lifestyle and more.
Our first guest in the series last week was former Super Bowl champion coach and current ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden. This week, we have Heikki’s sit down with three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year J.J. Watt. The guys talked about growing up in Wisconsin, J.J.’s love of hockey as a kid, and his days growing up as a multi-sport athlete. Watt also reminisced about his first Jimmy Buffet concert in college at the Alpine Valley Music Theater, the transition to living in Texas, his favorite “Margaritaville” drink, and so much more! Take a listen and be introduced to a side of JJ Watt that fans rarely get to see. Of course, you can only find it here, exclusively at realfootballnetwork.com.
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Stay tuned throughout the rest of the season and the coming months as we visit with TV personalities, as well as more NFL coaches and players. Here’s the schedule:
Saturday, November 26th: Jon Gruden, ESPN Monday Night Football Analyst – LISTEN HERE
Saturday, December 3rd: J.J. Watt, Houston Texans DE
Saturday, December 10th: Cris Collinsworth, NBC Football Night in America
Saturday, December 17th: Urban Meyer, Ohio State Head Coach
Friday, December 23rd: Peter King, MMQB/Sports Illustrated
Friday, December 30th: Dan Quinn, Atlanta Falcons Head Coach
Saturday, January 7th: Matthew Berry, ESPN Fantasy Football Expert
Saturday, January 14th: Mike Mularkey, Tennessee Titans Head Coach
Saturday, January 21st: Taylor Lewan, Tennessee Titans OT
Saturday, January 28th: Paul Alexander, Cincinnati Bengals OL Coach
Saturday, February 4th: Tom Nalen, Former Denver OLAdd to My RFN