- College Football hall-of-famer and CBS and Westwood One NFL Analyst Randy Cross. Click through for a commercial-free podcast of Hour 1.
NFL owners and players have agreed to terms. Our long, national nightmare is over. Our secular church will once again fling open its doors each Sunday this fall. And stuff like that.
UPDATE: Here is a breakdown of the terms of the deal from profootballtalk.com.
Should the NFL Lockout end before the end of the week, Peyton Manning won’t be ready to go. His neck is still not healthy.
Manning has had two neck surgeries in the past two seasons, including disc surgery this May. The 35-year-old played with significant pain during the 2010 season.
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Rich Eisen is the face of the NFL Network. Rich joined Robert in Hour 1 to talk about the possible end of the NFL Lockout, and TV game shows throughout the ages. Dig his podcast with the cast of Curb Your Enthusiasm here. You can listen to a podcast of Robert’s conversation with Rich after the jump.
Royal Oakes is our legal eagle. He is an attorney and a respected media legal expert. Lots of law in the media today with lockouts in the NBA and the NFL, and of course…the Casey Anthony verdict. Royal joined Robert in Hour 1. Podcast after the jump.
Ray Ratto is a brilliant and funny sportswriter. He joined Robert in Hour 3 today to discuss owner greed. Click through for a podcast of the conversation.
Bears Rookie J.T. Thomas is the man:
Riding the same school bus as Thomas’ 7 year old brother Jared is an eighth-grade girl named Joslyn Levell, who happened to grow up in Chicago as a Bears fan. Joslyn has spina bifida and uses a wheelchair.
Thomas got on the bus one day to say hello to Joslyn and found out no boys would go to the school dance with her.