Super Bowl 50 is finally here.
Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers square off against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. The old guard v. the new guard. Superman v. The Sheriff. The game’s best defense against the game’s best offense. The storylines are endless.
Can the Broncos offense succeed against Carolina’s stout defense? Can Denver’s defense find a way to stop Cam Newton? Who better to ask than a man who knows what it takes to stop both?
Making his debut on The Bridge is John Glenn, who served as an assistant linebackers and defensive quality control coach for the Seattle Seahawks this season. Glenn has experienced the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat on Seattle’s staff for Super Bowls 48 and 49 and described what it was like to be in both situations.
We’ll also discuss how he managed to make it to National Football League and what the keys to winning Super Bowl 50 will be. The interview begins around the 18:00 minute mark after some rants about radio row and Super Bowl media days, and some additional reading on John Glenn’s journey to the NFL can be found below.
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