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Hour 2: Mahomes Magic
Patrick Mahomes says he shocks himself with his throws. Adam Schefter, Mike Tannenbaum and Dan Orlovsky give their favorite throws by Mahomes. Plus, Woj joins the show to discuss all the events of last nights opening to NBA Free Agency. Also, Will Justin Fields start week 1 in Chicago? Find out who says yes.
Hour 1: Brady Turns 44
Tom Brady turns 44. What should we expect from him. Plus, Adam Schefter with the latest on Carsen Wentz. Mike Tannenbaum and Dan Orlovsky discuss their thoughts on the situation. Also, Brian Windhorst on NBA Free Agency and the US chances at Olympic gold.
Hour 2: Carson Wentz Out Indefinitely
Adam Schefter, Sam Acho, and Jeff Saturday discuss the impact of Carson Wentz being out indefinitely. Adam Schefter reports the latest on players in the NFL continuing to be placed on the COVID-19/Reserve list. Plus, Sam Acho and Jeff Saturday pick which rookie QB will have the most successful season.
Hour 1: Dak's Shoulder Strain Concerns
Adam Schefter reports the latest on Dak Prescott's shoulder strain. Sam Acho and Jeff Saturday discuss Baker Mayfield's eligibility for a contact extension. Mike Reiss reports the latest on who will fill the Patriots' starting QB position. Plus, Adrian Wojnarowki reports the latest on NBA free agency news.
Hour 2: Westbrook to the Lakers
Adrain Wojnarowski and Kendrick Perkins discuss the latest on the Wizards trading Russell Westbrook to the Lakers. Buster Onley talks on the Dodgers strength after trading Max Scherzer and Trea Turner. Marcus Spears, Kimberly Martin, and Sam Acho discuss the QB competition in New England. Plus, Stephen A joins the show to talk Russ' new deal.
Hour 1: SEC Votes Unanimously
Jeff Passan discusses the latest MLB trades as the trade deadline ends tonight. Brain Windhorst speaks on the Russell Westbrook trade. Plus, Sam Acho, Kimberly Martin, and Rob Ninkovich talk about Mike McCarthy's comments on Dak Prescott's fatigue injury. Plus, Heather Dinich discusses the SEC voting unanimously for Texas and Oklahoma to join the conference.