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EPISODE 8: Investigating insecurity with my most absurdly overqualified colleague.
If you don’t yet know the résumé of my friend Domonique Foxworth — host of The Domonique Foxworth Show — you should know that he was a cornerback for a half-dozen years in the NFL; the youngest vice president in the history of the NFL Players Association; the president of said players’ union; a graduate of Harvard Business School; the Chief Operating Officer of the NBA players’ union; and then, among still other things, a husband, father, and TV star at ESPN.
Domonique and I co-hosted approximately 200 episodes of Debatable at ESPN. (Please allow us to point to the sky like Sammy Sosa.) We have, reportedly, eaten upwards of 50 dinners.
But with Domonique, despite all of this, there were still so many things that I wanted to find out about. In front of all of you.
Like what happened to his candidacy this year for the forever job of NFLPA executive director, which would’ve put him in the lineage of Gene Upshaw. (A PTFO EXCLUSIVE.) What useful stuff he actually learned at business school. Why he has never forgiven some kid named Wayne.
And, perhaps most crucially, whether Incognito Mode is a lie.