#201 – Jerry Rice

The Life of Dad Show - Episode 201 - Jerry Rice

Tommy Riles and Art Eddy get ready to celebrate Father’s Day as Life of Dad teams up with Pampers to thank all the babies out there. Pampers and Life of Dad are using the hashtag of #ThanksBaby on all of our social media outlets. It is all about celebrating the incredible feeling that little ones bring into our lives.

When a baby is born, a dad is born. This Father’s Day, Pampers celebrates that incredible feeling little ones bring to the hearts of dads through unconditional love.

On Father’s Day and every day, Pampers is giving thanks to babies for making dad feel exceptionally special and empowering him to discover new roles in life through fatherhood. Pampers honors dads for just being dads and thanks them for all the amazing things, big and small, they do to help little ones have a better, loving, more fulfilling life. For more info go to Pampers.com.

Then the guys bring on the greatest wide receiver of all time! They talk with NFL Hall of Famer, Jerry Rice. The three-time Super Bowl champion Jerry Rice is arguably the greatest player of all time. During his 15-year career with the San Francisco 49ers, Rice won three Super Bowls: Super Bowl XXIII (’88), Super Bowl XXIV (’89) and SB XXIX (’94) and one Super Bowl MVP. He enjoyed three seasons with the Oakland Raiders, including a Super Bowl appearance and one season with the Seattle Seahawks before retiring in 2005. Rice was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in January 2010, his first year of eligibility.

During his career, Rice was selected to the Pro Bowl a record 13 times, won the NFL MostValuable Player Award in 1987 and was Super Bowl MVP in Super Bowl XXIII. In 1999, he was ranked No. 2 in The Sporting News’ list of 100 Greatest Football Players — the highest ranked active player and receiver — and in 2010, was voted the No. 1 player in the NFLNetwork’s The Top 100: NFL’s Greatest Players.

Rice resides in the San Francisco Bay Area and has four children. Jerry talks to the the guys about football, fatherhood, and so much more.

Follow Jerry Rice on Twitter @JerryRice, Facebook, and JerryRiceFootball.com.

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