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The Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast

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Yahoo Sports experts Terez Paylor and Charles Robinson take you inside the front offices and locker rooms of the NFL for an engaging discussion about the game of football.

Latest Episodes

Mahomes' mega-deal, Desean Jackson's posts and Washington's long-awaited name change

So much can happen in a week. Since the latest podcast, Cam Newton signed with the Patriots, Patrick Mahomes signed a 10-year extension nearing a half-billion (with a b) dollars and the franchise in Washington announced after years of pressure that they'd explore changing the team's nickname. How things change indeed. Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open this podcast with Mahomes' mega-deal, what it means for the likes of Dak Prescott and Deshaun Watson and why it means the Chiefs will have to be flawless with their drafts and free agency going forward. (1:15) Later, they discuss Instagram posts made by Eagles WR DeSean Jackson in which he published fake quotes attributed to Adolf Hitler. As of this taping, he still remains with the team but the situation brings up echoes of Riley Cooper, who was never cut by the Eagles after his racist tirade was caught on video. Will the Eagles do the right thing or will they be hamstrung by precedent? (17:15) After years of condemnation from fans across America, Native American and otherwise, Washington announced last week they would explore changing the team's nickname. Our experts discuss this much-awaited step forward and speculate a few options, while conserving some inevitable disappointment for whatever decision owner Dan Snyder chooses to go with. (25:25) Finally, the guys wrap up the show with the news of Cam Newton's signing with the New England Patriots. They talk about how this could be a very happy marriage between Newton and Bill Belichick and why concerns about his personality and work ethic are completely misguided. (30:35) Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL. Follow Charles @CharlesRobinson Follow Terez @TerezPaylor Tag your questions for the guys on Twitter with #YahooNFLPodcast Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports Podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

43 MIN1 d ago
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Mahomes' mega-deal, Desean Jackson's posts and Washington's long-awaited name change

'Rudy' is an inspirational true story and mostly a work of fiction

While Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson take a much-needed holiday break, the Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast brings back its favorite summer tradition: the football movie review. This episode covers the 1993 college football classic Rudy, starring Sean Astin in the title role and including a pair of breakout performances from the previously unknown Jon Favreau and Vince Vaughn. Charles & Terez break down the overwhelming obstacles the movie puts in front of Rudy and the absurd amount of creative license the movie takes with the story in order to tug at the heart-strings -- most of it untrue. Don't worry, the guys will be back after the holiday weekend to analyze the Cam Newton news and anything else that happens in the world of the NFL. Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL. Follow Charles @CharlesRobinson Follow Terez @TerezPaylor Tag your questions for the guys on Twitter with #YahooNFLPodcast Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports Podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

118 MIN1 w ago
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'Rudy' is an inspirational true story and mostly a work of fiction

What would the NFL look like without a 2020 season and does Jerry Jones need to speak up?

As the coronavirus pandemic rages on through the country and localized spikes in cases sweep across Florida, Texas, California and more, Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson break down the latest on where the NFL and its teams stand in terms of beginning the season this September. Is a shortened or cancelled pre-season likely? Will any fans be allowed into the stadiums? What would happen if the 2020 season is cancelled altogether? (3:45) Shifting gears to America's team, our experts interpret the conflicting comments from Demarcus Lawrence and Gerald McCoy about whether or not Jerry Jones should speak out against police brutality and systematic racism. (27:25) They also talk about how Dak Prescott's contract extension and a possible trade for disgruntled Jets safety Jamal Adams are much more connected than you may think. (40:25) The guys close out the show debating the best french fries in America. Things get heated and Charles gives you the secret to ordering fries at McDonalds. (49:30) Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL. Follow Charles @CharlesRobinson Follow Terez @TerezPaylor Tag your questions for the guys on Twitter with #YahooNFLPodcast Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports Podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

71 MIN2 w ago
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What would the NFL look like without a 2020 season and does Jerry Jones need to speak up?

Ezekiel Elliott's positive coronavirus test, Kyle Shanahan's extensionand one team that should sign Colin Kaepernick

On Monday, news came out that multiple Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans players had tested positive for coronavirus including star running back Ezekiel Elliott, who took to Twitter to share his frustrations about the news going public. Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open this week's podcast discussing the bombshell report and looking at the fast-approaching reality that we're about to have an NFL season that will be distinguished by how COVID-19 wreaks havoc in locker rooms. How can teams actually manage the virus? (1:35) The guys also discuss Lamar Jackson gracing the cover of Madden 21 and Terez' recent interview with the reigning MVP and how he looks to move past his 0-2 playoff record. (17:20) Our experts break down what it would take for Kaepernick to get signed this season and the one team that would be the perfect fit for Kap's second act (27:00) before discussing Kyle Shanahan's 6-year extension with the San Francisco 49ers. (34:00) Terez & Charles wrap up the podcast discussing their favorite styles of pizza, Kansas City barbecue and the best places to eat in Houston. (39:30) Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter@YahooSportsNFL. Follow Charles@CharlesRobinson Follow Terez@TerezPaylor Tag your questions for the guys on Twitter with #YahooNFLPodcast Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports Podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

57 MIN3 w ago
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Ezekiel Elliott's positive coronavirus test, Kyle Shanahan's extensionand one team that should sign Colin Kaepernick

How the Vikings have become a test-case for how NFL franchises could address anthem protests, police and more

The murder of George Floyd has cast an unfortunate spotlight on the city of Minneapolis and in the coming months, we'll see how the city's institutions, including its sports teams, react. The University of Minnesota, for example, cut ties with the Minneapolis Police Department, but could we see the Vikings follow suit? Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open the podcast with some questions the NFL world must address in relation to the ongoing social unrest as a result of Floyd's death. Is it a legitimate or an empty gesture that the NFL announced a plan to donate $250 million over 10 years to causes related to social injustice? What would it take for the Vikings, or any NFL franchise, end their relationship to their local PD? How should teams address players who wish to kneel for the anthem when games resume this fall? Later in the show, Terez & Charles break down comments Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians made about potentially keeping one backup QB out of the facility this seas...

64 MIN3 w ago
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How the Vikings have become a test-case for how NFL franchises could address anthem protests, police and more

Behind the NFL's one-eighty on Black Lives Matter and what should come next

This podcast left off last Thursday evening on a sour note. Drew Brees had made disappointing comments conflating disrespect for the American flag with protests against systemic racism and police brutality. My, how things have changed. Since that last podcast: - Brees issued an apology and publicly called out Donald Trump for politicizing and distracting from the players' message of seeking equality. - A video was posted with Patrick Mahomes, Odell Beckham, Jr., Michael Thomas, Deandre Hopkins and other stars issuing a request for the league to recognize Black Lives Matter and apologize for mishandling the player protest movement of 2017. - Roger Goodell responded to each of those demands and publicly apologized, as requested, but did not mention Colin Kaepernick. Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open this podcast discussing all those developments, the importance of Mahomes' involvement, how Goodell can redeem the Kaepernick situation and how all eyes will focus on Jerry Jones and th...

58 MINJUN 10
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Behind the NFL's one-eighty on Black Lives Matter and what should come next

How Drew Brees missedthe mark, coaches return to facilities and ranking the league's young QBs

After a trying week and a half in this nation's history, Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open the podcast this week discussing Drew Brees' comments about the kneeling for the anthem and the harsh criticism he faced in response from his teammates, colleagues, the press and public. Can he earn back the trust of other Saints players? On Friday, 31 of the 32 NFL coaching staffs around the league can return to their facilities. What does this mean for the the start of training camps in July and how will the limited press access affect how fans consume and understand the game in 2020 and beyond? (20:20) Terez & Charles wrap up the show breaking down the tiers of young QBs. Obviously Mahomes and Lamar are at the top, but where do the gifted but ultimately unproven talents of Dak Prescott, Jared Goff, Carson Wentz and Baker Mayfield rank? (32:50) Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL. Follow Charles @CharlesRobinson Follow Terez @...

59 MINJUN 5
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How Drew Brees missedthe mark, coaches return to facilities and ranking the league's young QBs

Reopening plans, social turmoil and Clowney turns down Cleveland

Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open this week's podcast discussing the murder of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer and the reaction from the players around the NFL. (0:20) They also discussed the three new rules that were passed and more notably, the one major proposal that wasn't (12:50), before addressing the league's updated plans for getting coaches back into facilities and potentially having mini-camps within the next few weeks. (15:20) Later, they discuss the ongoing saga of Jets safety Jamal Adams and his desire to be traded to the Dallas Cowboys. What would the Cowboys have to do to get the deal done and is the asking price of at least a first and a third-round pick the same across the league? (18:45) Terez & Charles provide an update on Seahawks defensive lineman Jadeveon Clowney who reportedly turned down a deal with the Cleveland Browns. Why did he turn down the best offer on the table and what is the status of the former first overall pick? (24:4...

49 MINMAY 29
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Reopening plans, social turmoil and Clowney turns down Cleveland

Andrea Kremer on Laurent Duvernay-Tardif's heroic frontline battle against COVID-19

As the COVID pandemic rages on and sports leagues begin to address returning to play, this podcast is temporarily taking a look back at a story that may be of interest not only to Kansas City fans, but all fans interested in the convergence of sports this health crisis. As has been widely reported, Chiefs starting right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif has been spending his offseason not training for Kansas City's Super Bowl defense or locked up in quarantine, but serving as a doctor in the battle against Coronavirus at a facility in his hometown of Montreal, Quebec. In 2018, HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbelcovered Duvernay-Tardif'sforay as the first active NFL player to graduate from medical school. On Tuesday night, Andrea Kremer followed up the segmentwith an update on how "Larry" is coping with his new position and the heroic risk he is taking by putting his duty as a medical doctor ahead of his career as a football player. To discuss this segment and much more, Terez Paylor & ...

47 MINMAY 27
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Andrea Kremer on Laurent Duvernay-Tardif's heroic frontline battle against COVID-19

Brady gets 'The Last Dance' treatment and what if Peyton Manning was a Seahawk?

Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open today's podcast fresh off the news that ESPN has acquired a nine-part documentary about Tom Brady called "Man in the Arena," set to air sometime in 2021. The guys analyze Tom's move into the spotlight, ESPN's hope to capture some more lightning in a bottle off the success of "The Last Dance," and if we're in-store for a future of high-quality docs that shine a less critical light on past greats. (0:20). After briefly touching on the news that Cowboys QB Dak Prescott reportedly turned down a 5-year, $175 million dollar deal (18:30), the guys break down some proposed rule changes that are set to be voted on by the franchises next week. (20:45) Charles and Terez dig into a story that Seattle coach Pete Carroll flew to Denver to woo Peyton Manning during his free agency in 2012 and wonder what the early 2010s Seahawks might've looked like with Manning under center. (25:15) They also address rumors that Miami QB Josh Rosen may be on the move again to ...

62 MINMAY 22
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Brady gets 'The Last Dance' treatment and what if Peyton Manning was a Seahawk?

Latest Episodes

Mahomes' mega-deal, Desean Jackson's posts and Washington's long-awaited name change

So much can happen in a week. Since the latest podcast, Cam Newton signed with the Patriots, Patrick Mahomes signed a 10-year extension nearing a half-billion (with a b) dollars and the franchise in Washington announced after years of pressure that they'd explore changing the team's nickname. How things change indeed. Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open this podcast with Mahomes' mega-deal, what it means for the likes of Dak Prescott and Deshaun Watson and why it means the Chiefs will have to be flawless with their drafts and free agency going forward. (1:15) Later, they discuss Instagram posts made by Eagles WR DeSean Jackson in which he published fake quotes attributed to Adolf Hitler. As of this taping, he still remains with the team but the situation brings up echoes of Riley Cooper, who was never cut by the Eagles after his racist tirade was caught on video. Will the Eagles do the right thing or will they be hamstrung by precedent? (17:15) After years of condemnation from fans across America, Native American and otherwise, Washington announced last week they would explore changing the team's nickname. Our experts discuss this much-awaited step forward and speculate a few options, while conserving some inevitable disappointment for whatever decision owner Dan Snyder chooses to go with. (25:25) Finally, the guys wrap up the show with the news of Cam Newton's signing with the New England Patriots. They talk about how this could be a very happy marriage between Newton and Bill Belichick and why concerns about his personality and work ethic are completely misguided. (30:35) Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL. Follow Charles @CharlesRobinson Follow Terez @TerezPaylor Tag your questions for the guys on Twitter with #YahooNFLPodcast Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports Podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

43 MIN1 d ago
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Mahomes' mega-deal, Desean Jackson's posts and Washington's long-awaited name change

'Rudy' is an inspirational true story and mostly a work of fiction

While Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson take a much-needed holiday break, the Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast brings back its favorite summer tradition: the football movie review. This episode covers the 1993 college football classic Rudy, starring Sean Astin in the title role and including a pair of breakout performances from the previously unknown Jon Favreau and Vince Vaughn. Charles & Terez break down the overwhelming obstacles the movie puts in front of Rudy and the absurd amount of creative license the movie takes with the story in order to tug at the heart-strings -- most of it untrue. Don't worry, the guys will be back after the holiday weekend to analyze the Cam Newton news and anything else that happens in the world of the NFL. Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL. Follow Charles @CharlesRobinson Follow Terez @TerezPaylor Tag your questions for the guys on Twitter with #YahooNFLPodcast Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports Podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

118 MIN1 w ago
Comments
'Rudy' is an inspirational true story and mostly a work of fiction

What would the NFL look like without a 2020 season and does Jerry Jones need to speak up?

As the coronavirus pandemic rages on through the country and localized spikes in cases sweep across Florida, Texas, California and more, Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson break down the latest on where the NFL and its teams stand in terms of beginning the season this September. Is a shortened or cancelled pre-season likely? Will any fans be allowed into the stadiums? What would happen if the 2020 season is cancelled altogether? (3:45) Shifting gears to America's team, our experts interpret the conflicting comments from Demarcus Lawrence and Gerald McCoy about whether or not Jerry Jones should speak out against police brutality and systematic racism. (27:25) They also talk about how Dak Prescott's contract extension and a possible trade for disgruntled Jets safety Jamal Adams are much more connected than you may think. (40:25) The guys close out the show debating the best french fries in America. Things get heated and Charles gives you the secret to ordering fries at McDonalds. (49:30) Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL. Follow Charles @CharlesRobinson Follow Terez @TerezPaylor Tag your questions for the guys on Twitter with #YahooNFLPodcast Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports Podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

71 MIN2 w ago
Comments
What would the NFL look like without a 2020 season and does Jerry Jones need to speak up?

Ezekiel Elliott's positive coronavirus test, Kyle Shanahan's extensionand one team that should sign Colin Kaepernick

On Monday, news came out that multiple Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans players had tested positive for coronavirus including star running back Ezekiel Elliott, who took to Twitter to share his frustrations about the news going public. Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open this week's podcast discussing the bombshell report and looking at the fast-approaching reality that we're about to have an NFL season that will be distinguished by how COVID-19 wreaks havoc in locker rooms. How can teams actually manage the virus? (1:35) The guys also discuss Lamar Jackson gracing the cover of Madden 21 and Terez' recent interview with the reigning MVP and how he looks to move past his 0-2 playoff record. (17:20) Our experts break down what it would take for Kaepernick to get signed this season and the one team that would be the perfect fit for Kap's second act (27:00) before discussing Kyle Shanahan's 6-year extension with the San Francisco 49ers. (34:00) Terez & Charles wrap up the podcast discussing their favorite styles of pizza, Kansas City barbecue and the best places to eat in Houston. (39:30) Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter@YahooSportsNFL. Follow Charles@CharlesRobinson Follow Terez@TerezPaylor Tag your questions for the guys on Twitter with #YahooNFLPodcast Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports Podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

57 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Ezekiel Elliott's positive coronavirus test, Kyle Shanahan's extensionand one team that should sign Colin Kaepernick

How the Vikings have become a test-case for how NFL franchises could address anthem protests, police and more

The murder of George Floyd has cast an unfortunate spotlight on the city of Minneapolis and in the coming months, we'll see how the city's institutions, including its sports teams, react. The University of Minnesota, for example, cut ties with the Minneapolis Police Department, but could we see the Vikings follow suit? Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open the podcast with some questions the NFL world must address in relation to the ongoing social unrest as a result of Floyd's death. Is it a legitimate or an empty gesture that the NFL announced a plan to donate $250 million over 10 years to causes related to social injustice? What would it take for the Vikings, or any NFL franchise, end their relationship to their local PD? How should teams address players who wish to kneel for the anthem when games resume this fall? Later in the show, Terez & Charles break down comments Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians made about potentially keeping one backup QB out of the facility this seas...

64 MIN3 w ago
Comments
How the Vikings have become a test-case for how NFL franchises could address anthem protests, police and more

Behind the NFL's one-eighty on Black Lives Matter and what should come next

This podcast left off last Thursday evening on a sour note. Drew Brees had made disappointing comments conflating disrespect for the American flag with protests against systemic racism and police brutality. My, how things have changed. Since that last podcast: - Brees issued an apology and publicly called out Donald Trump for politicizing and distracting from the players' message of seeking equality. - A video was posted with Patrick Mahomes, Odell Beckham, Jr., Michael Thomas, Deandre Hopkins and other stars issuing a request for the league to recognize Black Lives Matter and apologize for mishandling the player protest movement of 2017. - Roger Goodell responded to each of those demands and publicly apologized, as requested, but did not mention Colin Kaepernick. Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open this podcast discussing all those developments, the importance of Mahomes' involvement, how Goodell can redeem the Kaepernick situation and how all eyes will focus on Jerry Jones and th...

58 MINJUN 10
Comments
Behind the NFL's one-eighty on Black Lives Matter and what should come next

How Drew Brees missedthe mark, coaches return to facilities and ranking the league's young QBs

After a trying week and a half in this nation's history, Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open the podcast this week discussing Drew Brees' comments about the kneeling for the anthem and the harsh criticism he faced in response from his teammates, colleagues, the press and public. Can he earn back the trust of other Saints players? On Friday, 31 of the 32 NFL coaching staffs around the league can return to their facilities. What does this mean for the the start of training camps in July and how will the limited press access affect how fans consume and understand the game in 2020 and beyond? (20:20) Terez & Charles wrap up the show breaking down the tiers of young QBs. Obviously Mahomes and Lamar are at the top, but where do the gifted but ultimately unproven talents of Dak Prescott, Jared Goff, Carson Wentz and Baker Mayfield rank? (32:50) Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL. Follow Charles @CharlesRobinson Follow Terez @...

59 MINJUN 5
Comments
How Drew Brees missedthe mark, coaches return to facilities and ranking the league's young QBs

Reopening plans, social turmoil and Clowney turns down Cleveland

Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open this week's podcast discussing the murder of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer and the reaction from the players around the NFL. (0:20) They also discussed the three new rules that were passed and more notably, the one major proposal that wasn't (12:50), before addressing the league's updated plans for getting coaches back into facilities and potentially having mini-camps within the next few weeks. (15:20) Later, they discuss the ongoing saga of Jets safety Jamal Adams and his desire to be traded to the Dallas Cowboys. What would the Cowboys have to do to get the deal done and is the asking price of at least a first and a third-round pick the same across the league? (18:45) Terez & Charles provide an update on Seahawks defensive lineman Jadeveon Clowney who reportedly turned down a deal with the Cleveland Browns. Why did he turn down the best offer on the table and what is the status of the former first overall pick? (24:4...

49 MINMAY 29
Comments
Reopening plans, social turmoil and Clowney turns down Cleveland

Andrea Kremer on Laurent Duvernay-Tardif's heroic frontline battle against COVID-19

As the COVID pandemic rages on and sports leagues begin to address returning to play, this podcast is temporarily taking a look back at a story that may be of interest not only to Kansas City fans, but all fans interested in the convergence of sports this health crisis. As has been widely reported, Chiefs starting right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif has been spending his offseason not training for Kansas City's Super Bowl defense or locked up in quarantine, but serving as a doctor in the battle against Coronavirus at a facility in his hometown of Montreal, Quebec. In 2018, HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbelcovered Duvernay-Tardif'sforay as the first active NFL player to graduate from medical school. On Tuesday night, Andrea Kremer followed up the segmentwith an update on how "Larry" is coping with his new position and the heroic risk he is taking by putting his duty as a medical doctor ahead of his career as a football player. To discuss this segment and much more, Terez Paylor & ...

47 MINMAY 27
Comments
Andrea Kremer on Laurent Duvernay-Tardif's heroic frontline battle against COVID-19

Brady gets 'The Last Dance' treatment and what if Peyton Manning was a Seahawk?

Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson open today's podcast fresh off the news that ESPN has acquired a nine-part documentary about Tom Brady called "Man in the Arena," set to air sometime in 2021. The guys analyze Tom's move into the spotlight, ESPN's hope to capture some more lightning in a bottle off the success of "The Last Dance," and if we're in-store for a future of high-quality docs that shine a less critical light on past greats. (0:20). After briefly touching on the news that Cowboys QB Dak Prescott reportedly turned down a 5-year, $175 million dollar deal (18:30), the guys break down some proposed rule changes that are set to be voted on by the franchises next week. (20:45) Charles and Terez dig into a story that Seattle coach Pete Carroll flew to Denver to woo Peyton Manning during his free agency in 2012 and wonder what the early 2010s Seahawks might've looked like with Manning under center. (25:15) They also address rumors that Miami QB Josh Rosen may be on the move again to ...

62 MINMAY 22
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Brady gets 'The Last Dance' treatment and what if Peyton Manning was a Seahawk?
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