Glenn Interviews NFL Legends About Character and Honor

Glenn sat down with several NFL greats during Super Bowl weekend in San Francisco to discuss character and principles. In these one-on-one interviews, Glenn talks with legends like Tony Dungy, Roger Staubach and Brett Jones about the stuff that makes real men.

Glenn asked compelling questions like, "What does it mean to be a man of honor?" and "How do you define a man?"

Gather the family and watch these must-see interviews together, tonight on TheBlaze TV at 5:00 PM ET.

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Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors:

GLENN: I'm going to start with the Super Bowl. We were out in San Francisco over the weekend. We were the only ones that were leaving before the Super Bowl was even started. But we went out to do some work. And we went and covered the Super Bowl Breakfast, which was absolutely amazing. I have zero interest in sports, as you know, if you listen to this program. But that was phenomenal. Just phenomenal.

PAT: It was a really fun event. Everybody was funny. The stories were compelling.

GLENN: Steve Young was there. Name the people that were there.

PAT: Roger Staubach. Mike Ditka. Steve Young. Tony Dungy.

JEFFY: Brett Jones.

PAT: Bart Starr's son.

GLENN: Bart Starr's son. Really amazing. And they did this panel. And they talked about -- they talked about what it was -- what -- it was like to be in the NFL, their old stories. What it was like to try to struggle with your honor. It was really, really good. We covered it. It's the first time the Super Bowl Breakfast, I think, has ever been covered. And we're going to cover it again next year. We're going to up our game just a little bit. We didn't really know what to expect this year. But it was really phenomenal. I went and talked to several of the legends of football after. It was a little uncomfortable.

PAT: A little awkward.

GLENN: A little awkward. My son said at one point, "Dad, you should stick to interviewing the candidates."

JEFFY: Really?

GLENN: I thought that was nice of him to say. We'll air that tonight, some of the interviews. But I asked them, "What does it mean to be a man of honor? How do you define a man?"

Featured Image: Denver Broncos John Elway holds up the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Carolina Panthers during Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium on February 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, California. The Broncos defeated the Panthers 24-10. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

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