A Journey to Mindfulness with Former NFL Player Prince Daniels Jr. 

A Journey to Mindfulness with Former NFL Player Prince Daniels Jr. 

The former Ravens running back joins the show to talk about his new book.


This week we talk to former NFL player Prince Daniels Jr. about his book Mindfulness for the Ultimate Athlete: Mastering the Balance Between Power and Peace. We also talk to the Coach Kevin McNutt about the upcoming basketball season.

In addition, we have Just Stand Up and Just Sit Down awards to the courageous activists that pushed for decades to force the Cleveland baseball team to get rid of their racist mascot, and Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly, who joins other college football coaches in continuing to make empty threats under the guise of player empowerment. All this and more on this week’s show!

Prince Daniels, Jr.
Twitter: @princeadjr

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