He has worked with a number of the game’s prominent architects, including Bill Walsh, Bill Belichick, Mike Shanahan and Marty Schottenheimer. Lombardi headed the Oakland Raiders’ and Cleveland Browns’ personnel departments and also worked with the San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles and Denver Broncos. He is a frequent contributor to a number of network TV shows, including the NFL Network and CBS Sports.
You can also catch Michael on one of his weekly radio appearances (all times Eastern):
Dallas:The Musers: Dunham and Miller on The Ticket 1310 at 9am every Tuesday
The Doug Gottlieb Show on ESPN Radio at 4:30pm every Tuesday
Kansas City: The Border Patrol on 810 WHB at 10am every Thursday
Denver: The Insiders: Vic and Gary on ESPN 1600 at 9am every Thursday
Houston: John and Lance on 1560 The Game at 9am every Friday
Portland: The Morning Sports Page on 95.5 The Game at 10am every Friday
Boston: Felger and Massarotti on 98.5 WBZ at 3:20pm every Friday
Atlantic City: The Sports Bash with Mike Gill on ESPN 97.3 at 3:40pm every Friday
Charlotte: Primetime with the Packman on The Fan 610 at 5pm every Friday
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