You've undoubtedly heard about it by now, but former NFL head coach and current NFL Network and FOX Sports analyst Jim Mora went on Colin Cowherd's radio show on ESPN Radio to promote his interview with Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick.
Mora's interview with Vick will air on Sunday morning.
ESPN Radio host Doug Gottlieb, who was filling in for Colin Cowherd, asked Mora about Vick, including suggesting that Mora could still be the head coach of the Falcons had Vick had bought into being a professional back then.
That suggestion clearly did not sit well with Mora, who said "Ah, I don't live in the past, pal. You might, but I'm looking forward and I'm just happy for Mike."
To move things along, Gottlieb changes subjects, and asks Mora how Philadelphia Eagles should feel when Donovan McNabb's return to Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday.
Mora, who has a history of poor radio interviews, does not come across in a positive light. But neither does Gottlieb, who was out of line for trying to create controversy by suggesting that Mora might still be the head coach in Atlanta had Vickd been more dedicated to his craft, and for asking Mora how 70,000 fans in Philadelphia "should feel" about McNabb's return.
The 2:33 portion of that interview is a radio train wreck.
(H/T: The Big Lead)