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
After a disappointing follow-up to its surprise run to the East finals, Atlanta agreed to send a robust package to the Spurs in the hopes that Murray can be the perfect complement to Trae Young
Justin, Rob, and Wos discuss the Nuggets-Wizards deal and preview this weekend’s free agency action
Autosport reporter Luke Smith joins Kevin to discuss last year’s race between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, discuss the performance by British drivers from Lando Norris to George Russell to Hamilton, and then talk through the midseason pressure on Mercedes and Ferrari
KOC and Stein also discuss the Dejounte Murray sweepstakes and other potential targets for the Knicks
Jackie MacMullan details how a young David Stern leveraged the budding rivalry between Larry Bird and Magic Johnson to market the game