"Unbelievable." "Not yet, not yet, not yet," says Sandy Friedman, Matt's fast-talking L. "My son's going to have a great relationship with me.
I know that." There's no doubt Matt Leinart loves his son very much.
Matthew Stephen "Matt" Leinart (born May 11, 1983) is a former American football quarterback who now works as a studio analyst for Fox Sports’ college football coverage.
He played college football at the University of Southern California (USC) from 2001 to 2005.
And I guess there really wasn't much else to chat with him about other than asking when his latest holiday movie involving dogs is coming out (just look on IMDB -- glad to see that he's found a niche now that his days as the Man of Steel are over). He's got the physical gifts, but he's not your typical NFL quarterback. Cain could have stopped there, but instead he decided to keep going and bring up Leinart, who spent six seasons in the NFL but never lived up to the hype as a Heisman Trophy winner out of USC."I do remember another quarterback back in the day coming out being a high draft choice, hanging out with the Hollywood starlets and stars and never really doing that well," Cain said.
Anyhow, this is what Cain had to say when asked this week about Johnny Football: "Listen, good for him. I mean, he's an athlete, but there are a lot of athletes in the NFL. "I didn't say any names that came out of USC wearing No.
“I wish I was able to be around more,” he told the magazine.
While few details are known, the site adds that Cameron gave birth at a Los Angeles hospital recently.
The couple are already parents to 3-year-old son Ford, born in August of 2013.
He is a recurring guest, via voicemail, on the Barstool Sports podcast Pardon My Take.
Leinart was born in Santa Ana, California, with strabismus (commonly known as "crossed eyes"); his left eye was not aligned correctly with his right.