NFL Network senior correspondent Steve Wyche joins the show to talk about what has stood out over the past two weeks in terms of player activism and participation in the movement toward racial justice in the NFL. We touch on what still needs to be done by the league’s owners, as well as how players can sustain this movement throughout the season (0:40). Then, The Ringer’s Nora Princiotti calls in to talk about the biggest story lines of the 2020 season (31:50).
The Two Weeks That Changed the NFL, and the Biggest 2020 Story Lines
Plus, what still needs to be done by the league’s owners and players to sustain this movement throughout the season
The Midnight Boys discuss the new live-action adaptation of this beloved cartoon gets right and mostly wrong, what could make a good adaptation, and the struggles of bad adaptations
Plus, favorite hoop shoes, top story lines for both the Eastern and Western Conferences, and more
Is this the best Mavs team that Luka Doncic has had? Are the Warriors starting to figure things out? Is Russell Westbrook going to hold the Clippers back? The guys discuss all this, and more.
Rachel, Callie, and Jodi dissect the idiotic comments made by Sandoval in his recent ‘NYT’ interview
Tate Frazier is joined by Eamonn Brennan to discuss Washington State’s upset victory over Arizona, Dan Hurley’s post-loss fan confrontation, and more
WWE Commentator Byron Saxton Talks WWE Journey, Future Goals, Favorite Roles, and Wild Eating Habits
Rosenberg also tells you what’s on his radar at Elimination Chamber this weekend