Russillo shares some thoughts on Jazz-Celtics and Pelicans–Trail Blazers (2:00) before talking with Warren Sharp about the Bears signing Andy Dalton, the Patriots re-signing Cam Newton, the Bills signing Emmanuel Sanders, and more (13:00). Then Ryen is joined by Tom E. Curran of NBC Sports Boston to discuss the Patriots’ spending spree (34:00) before talking with ESPN’s Dianna Russini about the Saints’ QB battle between Taysom Hill and Jameis Winston, Ryan Fitzpatrick to Washington, unsigned WRs, questions surrounding Deshaun Watson and Russell Wilson, and more (54:00). Finally, Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (1:11:00).
NFL Free Agency Roundup With Warren Sharp, Tom E. Curran, and Dianna Russini
Plus: Russillo shares his thoughts on Jazz-Celtics and Pelicans–Trail Blazers and answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions
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