Sports Uncovered shines a new light on the most unforgettable moments in sports.
Presented by the storytellers at NBC Sports and featuring introductions by Mike Tirico and Michele Tafoya.
“I’m back.” You remember the two-word fax from Michael Jordan announcing his return to the NBA, but there is much more to the story that you don’t know. Subscribe to Sports Uncovered right now to get “I’m Back” automatically downloaded on May 28.
Mike Tirico introduces Sports Uncovered, the newest podcast series from NBC Sports that will shine a fresh light on the most unforgettable moments in sports. The debut episode, "I'm Back," will explore how a two-word fax from Michael Jordan changed the course of NBA history, plus uncover never-before-heard stories about his secret workouts with another NBA team.
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How a two-word fax from Michael Jordan changed the course of NBA history, plus never-before-heard stories about his secret workouts with another NBA team
David Falk (Jordan’s longtime agent)
Tim Hardaway (five-time NBA All-Star)
LeBron James (three-time NBA champion)
Steve Kerr (eight-time NBA champion)
Chris Mullin (Basketball Hall of Fame)
Dominique Wilkins (Basketball Hall of Fame)
How the University of Oregon ignited a fashion arms race across all sports, both collegiately and professionally, by going from having Donald Duck as its mascot to trendsetting Nike uniforms that attracted five-star recruits to Eugene.
Mike Bellotti (former Oregon head coach)
Tinker Hatfield (Nike designer)
Joey Harrington (Heisman Trophy finalist)
Untold stories that explain why the NFL’s biggest stars revere Sean Taylor, the Washington Redskins safety who was killed at 24 while protecting his family
Landon Collins (three-time Pro Bowl safety)
Joe Gibbs (Pro Football Hall of Fame)
Jonathan Vilma (three-time Pro Bowl linebacker)
How the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins survived seven hours of playoff hockey as they battled in the longest game of the NHL’s modern era
Brian Boucher (Flyers goalie)
Bob Boughner (Penguins defenseman)
Keith Jones (Flyers forward)
Chris Therien (Flyers defenseman)
Ron Tugnutt (Penguins goalie)
Barret Robbins in his own words—from prison—revealing the real reasons why he disappeared and missed playing in the Raiders’ loss in Super Bowl XXXVII.
Tim Brown (Heisman Trophy, Pro Football Hall of Fame)
Bill Romanowski (four-time Super Bowl champion)
Amy Trask (Former Raiders CEO)
Rod Woodson (Pro Football Hall of Fame)
Greg Papa (Former Raiders radio play-by-play announcer)
Andrea Kremer (Emmy-winning NFL reporter)
Bill Belichick’s closest confidants reveal the side of the New England Patriots head coach the public doesn’t get to see.
Doug Flutie (Heisman Trophy winner)
Rodney Harrison (two-time Super Bowl champion)
Charlie Weis (Former Patriots offensive coordinator)
Why did the Raiders trade head coach Jon Gruden, and why did they spend $100 million to bring him back? Michele Tafoya, the longtime Sunday Night Football sideline reporter, unmasks Gruden by talking to his closest confidants and "Chucky" himself.
Derrick Brooks (Hall of Fame Buccaneers linebacker)
Tim Brown (Hall of Fame Raiders wide receiver)
Rich Gannon (Longtime Raiders quarterback)
Jon Gruden (Raiders head coach)
Chris Simms (NBC Sports analyst and former Buccaneers quarterback)
Mike Tirico (NBC Sports host and Gruden's play-by-play partner on Monday Night Football)
Amy Trask (Longtime Raiders CEO)
How did Gayle Sierens become the first woman to call play-by-play of an NFL game, and why did it take 30 years for another woman to do the same? Sunday Night Football reporter Michele Tafoya investigates by talking to Sierens, her broadcast partner and the pioneering producer who made it happen.
Gayle Sierens (First woman to call an NFL game)
Beth Mowins (Second woman to call an NFL game)
Dave Rowe (Sierens’ broadcast partner)
Michael Weisman (former NBC Sports producer)