The Ringer’s Bryan Curtis joins the show to talk about the specific ways this NFL season will differ from past seasons, how money affects the NFL’s preparation for the season, and the role of broadcasters with regard to replicating the passion of a game without fans (1:30). Then, former Packers safety Will Blackmon joins Kevin to chat about Mike McCarthy’s potential in Dallas, how a stunted training camp could benefit certain teams, and the Aaron Rodgers–Jordan Love relationship (24:25).
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Bryan Curtis joins the show to talk about the specific ways this NFL season will differ from past seasons
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