Last Word on Sports is proud to present its CFL Podcast, Chunky and the Man. Each week our hosts will look around the Canadian Football League, and bring you the latest news and analysis. They will also strive to bring you in-depth interviews with great guests connected to the CFL. The show is available every Monday where it airs on Blog Talk Radio. It posts here at last word on sports, shortly thereafter. Check out this week’s episode, and watch this space for a new edition next week.
Our Hosts Brendan McGuire and 2007 Grey Cup Champion Marcus “Chunky” Adams are joined by longtime CFL coach Gary Etcheverry to break down the CFL playoffs and weigh in on the Edmonton Eskimos name controversy. Etcheverry has held a number of coaching positions in the league, including being the head coach of the Toronto Argonauts for the 2002 season. Most recently, he was the defensive coordinator for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2014.
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Chunky & The Man CFL Podcast Episode 3 – Gary Etcheverry
Marcus “Chunky” Adams is a defensive tackle who played for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League for eight seasons. He also was on the rosters of the Edmonton Eskimos, the Colorado Crush and Spokane Shock of the Arena Football League, and the Peoria Rough Riders of AF2 throughout his professional career. He played college football at Eastern Kentucky. He retired from professional football in 2012 but is still active in various charities in the local community.
Brendan McGuire has followed the CFL since 1992. His love affair with three-down football discussion included two seasons as a Roughrider beat reporter for 980 CJME. He currently lives in Regina with his partner Sheena and their dog Sasha.
Main Photo: TORONTO, ONTARIO – The Toronto Argonauts football club introduced its new head football coach, Gary Etcheverry, today at a press conference at Windows at Skydome. Club owner Sherwood Schwarz and Argo President Michael “Pinball” Clemons were both on hand for the announcement. January 23, 2002. (Photo by Rick Madonik / Toronto Star via Getty Images Sport)