The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Peter Schrager of NFL Network and Fox Sports to discuss the uncertainty around the start of the 2020 NFL season, the Patriots’ QB situation, NFL draft highlights, and more (5:07), before talking with The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor about the NBA “hiatus,” how the coronavirus pandemic may affect next season’s salary cap, as well as the NBA draft, the 1986 Celtics vs. the 1996 Bulls, and much more (40:00). Finally Bill talks with his old friends Joe House and JackO about life in quarantine, the Pentagon’s recently released UFO footage, HBO’s 1990s documentary programming, early 2000s Red Sox–Yankees rivalry and more (1:15:10).
When Will the NFL Come Back? Plus: ’86 Celts vs. ‘96 Bulls, Jarett Stidham’s Big Chance, and True Crime Docs With Peter Schrager, Kevin O’Connor, Joe House, and JackO
Plus, the early-2000s Red Sox–Yankees rivalry
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