Try the powerful MSM search:
Selected MSM searches:Muscle Bodybuilding Nutrition Health Training MMA Supplements Sports
Welcome to MuscleSport Magazine, where we bring the bodybuilding, sports and fitness industries all together in one media outlet. Weight training is the backbone of all three and we will give you the latest headlines and also show you how to build muscle and gain muscle through bodybuilding workouts.
Published: February 9, 2011
On Tuesday, February 15, MuscleSport Radio is proud to welcome Marshall Faulk to the show as our very special guest. Faulk, a 13-year NFL veteran, was elected on Saturday to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. MuscleSport Radio airs live every Tuesday from 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM Eastern time every Tuesday.
Faulk was the second overall pick of the Indianapolis Colts in the 1994 NFL Draft and won both the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and Pro Bowl MVP Awards. He was traded to the St. Louis Rams prior to the 1999 season and won a Super Bowl that year, as well as the NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award. The following season, Faulk won the NFL MVP Award.
After missing the entire 2006 campaign due to a knee injury, Faulk was forced to retire in 2007 and has been a staple on the NFL Network as an analyst ever since. He finished with 12,279 rushing yards, 6,875 receiving yards, and 136 combined touchdowns. Faulk will go into Canton, Ohio along with his fellow inductees that include Deion Sanders, Richard Dent, Shannon Sharpe, Chris Hanburger, Les Richter and Ed Sabol.
MuscleSport Radio can be heard live every Tuesday from 1:00 to 1:30 PM Eastern time on www.blogtalkradio.com and all episodes are archived on Blog Talk Radio, MuscleSport Mag and iTunes.
Please feel free to join us and give us your opinion, ask Marshall a question or make a comment. Our call-in number is 347-884-8157. Be sure to visit Faulk’s official website, www.marshallfaulk.com.
MuscleSport Radio has enjoyed a steady flow of special guests since launching, with famous names in the bodybuilding and sports industry such as Samir Bannout, Bill Grant, Boyer Coe, Troy Brown, Ronnie Coleman, Gunter Schlierkamp, Leo Ingram, Heather Mae French, Cathy LeFrancois, Colette Nelson, Cathy LeFrancois, Dena Westerfield, Bill Romanowski, Tony Mandarich, “Leapin’” Lanny Poffo, Taylor Boyd, Steve Michalik, Dan Lurie, Emy Silvagni, Rae Holitt, Tom Terwilliger, Dan “The Beast” Severn, Kevin Levrone, Layne Norton, Randy Roach, Debi Laszewski, Heather Armbrust and more.
|1999||St. Louis Rams||16||16||253||1381||5.5||58||7||9||65|
|2000||St. Louis Rams||14||14||253||1359||5.4||36||18||6||78|
|2001||St. Louis Rams||14||14||260||1382||5.3||71||12||8||70|
|2002||St. Louis Rams||14||10||212||953||4.5||44||8||5||51|
|2003||St. Louis Rams||11||11||209||818||3.9||52||10||5||49|
|2004||St. Louis Rams||14||14||195||774||4.0||40||3||2||45|
|2005||St. Louis Rams||16||1||65||292||4.5||20||0||1||15|
|2006||St. Louis Rams||0||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0||0|
|1999||St. Louis Rams||16||16||87||1048||12.0||57||5||14||4||40|
|2000||St. Louis Rams||14||14||81||830||10.2||72||8||6||2||42|
|2001||St. Louis Rams||14||14||83||765||9.2||65||9||5||1||40|
|2002||St. Louis Rams||14||10||80||537||6.7||40||2||3||1||23|
|2003||St. Louis Rams||11||11||45||290||6.4||30||1||3||0||11|
|2004||St. Louis Rams||14||14||50||310||6.2||25||1||2||0||12|
|2005||St. Louis Rams||16||1||44||291||6.6||18||1||0||0||18|
|2006||St. Louis Rams||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
Tagged with: Bill Romanowski, Boyer Coe, Cathy Lefrancois, Chris Hanburger, Colette Nelson, Dan Lurie, Dena Westerfield, Ed Sabol, Football Hall Of Fame, Gunter Schlierkamp, Indianapolis Colts, Kevin Levrone, Lanny Poffo, Leo Ingram, Marshall Faulk, Musclesport, Nfl Mvp Award, Pro Bowl Mvp, Pro Football Hall, Pro Football Hall Of Fame, Steve Michalik, Tom Terwilliger