Graham sits down with Hall of Fame running back, Jim Brown, in the NFL legend's home. Brown, an eight-time rushing leader and three-time MVP, was equally as fierce as an activist for equal rights. He opens up about memorable moments from his playing career, quitting the NFL to pursue acting and his role advocating for social change. Brown also talks about the goals of his foundation and shares stories of the Hollywood lifestyle, including frequenting the Playboy Mansion (taped in 2010).
Graham interviews Dennis Rodman, the five-time NBA champion and Hall of Famer. Known for his dogged defense and rebounding prowess, Rodman shares stories of his 14-year career in the NBA, creating his unique image and why he feels lucky to be alive today. Also, the two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year opens up about contemplating suicide and his emotional Hall of Fame induction speech (taped in 2011).
Graham talks with the recently-retired, two-time Pro Bowl quarterback, Vince Young. The 2006 Rookie of the Year talks about his fallout with Coach Jeff Fisher and the Tennessee Titans, getting into and rebounding from bankruptcy and the passing of his friend and father figure, Steve McNair. Young also looks back on his Rose Bowl championship with the University of Texas and his post-NFL careers at the university, as an analyst with the Longhorn Network and as owner of Vince Young Steakhouse in Austin.