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Robert Mays welcomes QB coach John Beck to break down what we've seen from the rookie QB class so far this year. Beck discusses the biggest challenges for these players in their first season as well as his work with Zach Wilson, Justin Fields and Trey Lance. Later in the show, Mitchell Schwartz talks about the Urban Meyer situation, how a QB can help his offensive line pre-snap and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Russillo shares his thoughts on whether or not Justin Fields is ready for Matt Nagy's offense and whether Matt Nagy's offense is ready for Justin Fields (0:58). Then Ryen talks with longtime Chiefs offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz about the Chiefs' second straight loss, this time to the Chargers. They discuss how teams have evolved to defend Chiefs skill players, what it's like observing Patrick Mahomes's pre-snap reads, the Chargers' improvement, playing with WR Keenan Allen in college, Derek Carr's hot start to the season, and more (15:15). Then Ryen is joined by The Ringer's Jason Goff to discuss the Bears' 26-6 loss to the Browns, and whether or not Matt Nagy is holding rookie QB Justin Fields back (45:25). Next Ryen recaps the weekend in college football (57:25), before answering some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (1:06:10). Host: Ryen Russillo Guests: Mitchell Schwartz and Jason Goff Producers: Kyle Crichton and Steve Ceruti Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
ESPN analyst Louis Riddick joins Robert Mays to discuss what goes into the Monday Night Football broadcast. Louis also gives his assessment of the Packers and he explains why he's expecting a big year from Derek Carr and the Raiders. Then, Mitchell Schwartz and Robert talk about their takeaways from Chiefs-Ravens before breaking down their early observations of Washington's defensive line and the Steelers' offense. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Robert Mays sits down with The Athletic's Jourdan Rodrigue for an in-depth conversation on the rise of the Brandon Staley defense. Jourdan discusses her research and how NFL offenses are looking to respond. Plus, All-Pro OT Mitchell Schwartz is back to discuss the QB situation in Chicago, the Chiefs' performance against the Browns, the Ravens' issues at tackle and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Robert Mays welcomes Super Bowl LIV champion and All-Pro OT Mitchell Schwartz to preview the AFC West. Can the new additions on the Chiefs' offensive line protect Patrick Mahomes? What will year two look like for Justin Herbert? Can Teddy Bridgewater be the spark for the Broncos' offense? What can we expect from the Raiders revamped defense? They discuss all of that and more in the final division preview. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, the guys make their predictions for division winners, playoff teams, Super Bowl LVI, first coach fired, MVP and much more. Plus, we hear from Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Juju Smith-Schuster and former Kansas City Chiefs right tackle Mitchell Schwartz. All that and much, much more. Hosts: Mark Carman and Matt Verderame See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is perhaps the biggest Arrowhead Addict podcast episode ever! First, Mitchell Schwartz joins us to break down the Chiefs' new offensive line. Then we dive into our season preview and predictions. Can the Kansas City Chiefs win their second Super Bowl in three years? Find out! - Mitchell Schwartz joins the show and evaluates the Chiefs' offensive line - Can Clyde Edwards-Helaire take the next step? - Will Patrick Mahomes win his second MVP? - How many sacks will Chris Jones have at DE? Watch the video podcast here: https://youtu.be/xZerv5qUbiM See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
John Canzano talks with former Oregon Duck and NFL player, Geoff Schwartz to discuss some Pac-12 football. Canzano asks Schwartz if he would've liked to play for a guy like Mario Cristobal and why, his thoughts on Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon State's returning starters, why UCLA is dangerous in the south, what needs to happen in week 2 for the Pac-12 to gain some ground nationally, an update on his brother Mitchell Schwartz, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
On this episode, Sterling Holmes and Matt Conner discuss the impact of having positive health reports on both Juan Thornhill and cornerback Deandre Baker in the Kansas City Chiefs secondary. We also discuss the moves we'd still like to see happen and talk about a potential return from Mitchell Schwartz. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former NFL O Lineman Geoff Schwartz joins Ross on today's podcast to talk about: - Geoff's O Line Mastermind event (5:42) - Cold Tub therapy / prehab rehab (9:11) - Mitchell Schwartz status for 2021 (13:21) - Veterans helping younger players (17:05) RossTucker.com/Sponsors linktr.ee/RossTuckerPod
Vários jogadores importantes seguem disponíveis no mercado em busca de um novo time, no podcast desta semana, falamos sobre quais os possíveis destinos dessas estrelas e se ainda são capazes de produzir em alto nível. Tem jogador de todas as posições e idades, entre eles: Richard Sherman, Mitchell Schwartz, LeVeon Bell, e muito mais. Também abordamos a greve de Stephon Gilmore nos Patriots em busca de um novo contrato e as principais notícias da semana. Onde encontrar: (6:45) Richard Sherman; (15:10) Mitchell Schwartz; (23:00) KJ Wright; (29:55) Melvin Ingram; (36:40) Le'veon Bell e Todd Gurley; (45:30) Brian Poole; (48:10) greve de Stephon Gilmore; (56:25) rapidinhas da semana. QUER FAZER PARTE DO GRUPO DE REDATORES DO TOCO E TACKLE? Mande um email para email@example.com ou entre em contato nas redes sociais. Siga nosso Twitter e o nosso Instagram: @tocoetackle. Visite nosso site: https://tocoetackle.com. Assine nossa newsletter semanal: https://tocoetackle.substack.com/ Edição: Jonatan Mombach; Apresentação: Juan Grings; Comentários: Jonas Faria e Jonatan Mombach.
More than a month ago, Seahawks players released a statement through the NFL Players Association indicating they wouldn't report to any voluntary on-field workouts. They backed up their statement this week, with coach Pete Carroll telling reporters less than 40 players participated in three sessions this week. Host Corbin Smith breaks down why the absence of Russell Wilson and other stars for the beginning of OTAs isn't a big deal at all, weighs the pros and cons of signing Mitchell Schwartz or Morgan Moses as an upgrade at tackle, and breaks down the current running back group in the latest post-draft positional review. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mitchell Schwartz, former Chiefs OL, joined The Drive to discuss the culture Andy Reid creates within the locker room and how what is happening with the White Sox would never happen here. Plus, another edition of Ask Mitch. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the second hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco, Rudy Salazar and Beards McFly are joined by Matt Derrick of the KC Sports Network to talk about the new organization he joined and what to expect from it. Plus Matt talks about Eric Fisher signing with the Colts, the odds of Mitchell Schwartz coming back, Tamba Hali retiring and the rumors surrounding Dede Westbrook. Rudy and Beards then teach Josh about inflatable hot tubs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the first hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco, Rudy Salazar and Beards McFly open the show getting all the weird/off-topic things that happened to them over the weekend out of their system before talking about Eric Fisher signing with the Colts, the future of Mitchell Schwartz and Tamba Hali signing a 1-day contract to retire as a member of The Kansas City Chiefs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the first hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco and Rudy Salazar get the show started off celebrating May 4th and it being The Lord of Harry Trek day. Plus the Denver Broncos starting tackle is out for the season, Mitchell Schwartz might be a replacement for the Broncos and Eric Fisher is visiting the Colts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on What's Trending, Draft Day, Mitchell Schwartz in studio with the drive today, Royals still have the best record in baseball, Ravens asked about Julio but contract makes a trade unlikely, and League rosters are set. Gold left during the commercial break to go purchase Capri Sun so we can set a new world record and we do. We're joined by former Bronco Nick Ferguson to discuss what he expects from Denver in the draft. How many times have you been stung by a bee? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
1. Even before new GM George Paton arrived, the Broncos have quietly built a very promising young roster with talent on both sides of the ball. That said, the QB position remains a glaring hole of uncertainty five years after Peyton Manning rode off into the sunset. Based on the sample size so far, it would take the utmost of miracles for Drew Lock to become a franchise signal-caller. But based on where they currently sit at #9 overall, the only possible way for the Broncos to find a potential long-term answer at QB in this draft is to trade up. If they are unable to do so, should they trade back from nine and start to build a long-term war chest of draft capital so they can go after a QB in one of the next 2 or 3 drafts? 2. When it comes to the Chargers, this draft should be about building around their new franchise QB Justin Herbert. They began in free agency by upgrading their OL, most notably by signing Corey Linsley. That said, they still have some issues at tackle and the weapons around Herbert may be very good, but not as great as the ones the Chiefs have. Therein lies their dilemma in the first round. Do you prioritize the offensive line or the skill position weaponry if you’re Tom Telesco and Brandon Staley? 3. In two years of the Mike Mayock/Jon Gruden partnership, their draft classes, at least so far, have been underwhelming to put it kindly. Do you think this is a make-or-break draft for Mayock and/or Gruden? 4. As Super Bowl LV demonstrated, no matter how great your QB is, football is won up front. After their patchwork OL got manhandled by the Bucs, the Chiefs have focused like a laser beam on improving their offensive line as they signed G Joe Thuney to a mega-deal in free agency plus getting Kyle Long out of retirement. However, due to the double release of Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz, their tackle situation is currently one of the worst in the league, at least on paper with the unproven Lucas Niang and Super Bowl turnstile Mike Remmers the projected starters. Do you believe it’s OT or bust for Kansas City in round one? 5. Broncos Mock Draft -1 (9): Justin Fields -2 (40): Baron Browning -3 (71): Spencer Brown 6. Chargers Mock Draft -1 (13): Christian Darrisaw -2 (47): Alex Leatherwood -3 (77): Jamar Johnson -3 (97): Jordan Smith 7. Raiders Mock Draft -1 (17): Teven Jenkins -2 (48): Creed Humphrey -3 (79): Quincy Roche -3 (80): Tyson Campbell 8. Chiefs Mock Draft -1 (31): Dillon Radunz -2 (63): Jevon Holland -3 (94): Stone Forsythe
If and when Mitchell Schwartz sings with another team if he's fully healthy and playing at an all-pro level will Chiefs fans be upset? It seems like it will be viewed as the wrong move if he winds up being healthy and landing with another team. Dusty Baker doesn't want people to boo the Astros. Brett Veach hasn't been the trade back for picks guy so far in his career as the Chiefs GM. We discuss whether he needs to change that philosophy in this years draft. Cody apparently hates Steve Nelson. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the first hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco, Rudy Salazar and Beards McFly talk about Baylor destroying Gonzaga in the National Title Game, Mitchell Schwartz new Mac & Cheese burger creation and Austin Blythe not eating BBQ. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do you remember the exact moment you became a DIE HARD Chiefs fan? Tune in as we share our favorite memories in Chiefs history that made us say "HECK YEAH! I AM A CHIEFS FAN!!!!" We also touch on the recent cap casualties of Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz.
Mitchell Schwartz is a professional football player and not-so-amateur chef. He has a Youtube Series, Mitch in the Kitch. Mitchell played college football for the University of California, Berkeley, and he’s won all sorts of accolades, including first-team All-Pac-10 and All-Pac-12 honors. Mitchell played professionally for the Cleveland Browns and the Kansas City Chiefs. He is an author, a Super Bowl champion, and is married to his lovely wife, Brooke. In this episode… If you’ve ever wanted to get up-close and personal with American football offensive lineman Mitchell Schwartz, here’s your chance! Step into Mitchell’s home as he walks through home updates, his love for cooking, and what to expect from him in the future. Mitchell shares his experience of working with the Kansas City Chiefs and what it was like to win the Super Bowl. He also delves into the details of his book, his family, his home, and cooking. Want to learn more? Tune in to this episode of the I Am Home podcast, where hosts Tyler Wisecup, Becca Sudbeck, and Hilary Woltemath sit down with football player and chef Mitchell Schwartz. Mitchell reminisces about growing up in his family’s home, how he got into football, and where his love for cooking originated. On top of that, Mitchell gives us the scoop on his home renovations, cook-off with Gordon Ramsay, and more!
1. The Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers have made it clearer than ever that they are hell bent on running it back and repeating. Last week, we saw Chris Godwin receive the franchise tag, Lavonte David sign a 2-year extension and Tom Brady agree to an extension via restructure that cleared $19 million in cap space. And yesterday, minutes after the legal tampering period began, star pass rusher Shaq Barrett re-signed with the team on a four-year deal worth up to $72 million. Just hours later, Gronk re-signed on a one-year deal and the Bucs currently are deep in talks to retain Antonio Brown, Ryan Succop, Ndamukong Suh and Leonard Fournette. At the moment, how do you feel about Tampa’s odds of making it back to the Super Bowl and who do you think is the greatest threat to them in the NFC? 2. Arguably the biggest headliner of free agency so far is Tom Brady’s former team, the New England Patriots. As of this morning, according to Adam Schefter, the Patriots have doled out a WHOPPING $137.5 million in guaranteed money, which is the second most in NFL history. Most notably, a bulk of those guarantees went to TE’s Jonnu Smith and Hunter Henry, WR’s Nelson Agholor and Kendrick Bourne, and pass rusher Matt Judon. Based on these moves, do you think the Patriots have a team that can win the AFC East, or at least make the playoffs as a wild card in 2021? Should the Patriots be eyeing a move up the board on draft night for either Justin Fields or Trey Lance? 3. In response to the shellacking they experienced in Super Bowl LV, particularly up front, the Chiefs made the biggest OL move in free agency so far by signing former Patritos All Pro G Joe Thuney to a market-setting five-year, $80 million deal. Last week, they released both of their starting tackles, Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz, but the club is very high on last year’s third-round pick Lucas Niang, who had a STELLAR performance against Chase Young in college. For now, looking at the Chiefs potential starting OL for Week 1 of the 2021 season, you’ve got Niang at LT, Thuney and Duvernay-Tardif at G, Austin Reiter at center and a rookie RT who they will likely draft early. While this group may be a downgrade from their 2020 Week 1 starting offensive line, do you think it could eventually represent a dramatic upgrade from the OL MASH unit they trotted out in the Super Bowl? 4. Last week, Texans head coach David Culley told Jim Trotter of NFL Network that Deshaun Watson was their QB “right now”, and those two words convinced Trotter and many, including myself, that the Texans will inevitably end up trading him. And today, the Texans signed Tyrod Taylor to a one-year deal that can be worth up to $12.5 million based on playing time and incentives. This shows you the Texans are at LEAST bracing for a LONG holdout from Deshaun Watson. But should they eventually realize a trade is in their best interest, should they make a deal before the draft or in late August before the regular season?
Justin and Caleb are back and joined by special guest Brandon Kiley. BK, as he is known, is the co-host of the BK & Ferrario show on 101ESPN. The three of them sit down and talk about the releasing of Mitchell Schwartz and Eric Fisher and how what was being talked about nationally may not have been the right narrative. Also, they talk about the Chiefs latest signing, Joe Thuney. The free agency period is already in full gear so Caleb and Justin give their thoughts on some of the other moves around the league.
It's the most wonderful time of the year - March Madness baby!! It's time for a brand new episode of Keeper of the Games, with Tommy Castor, Weston Mills and Blake Cripps!! (03:43) The guys break down everything you need to know about March Madness this year! What will things look like for the Kansas Jayhawks as a 3 seed when they take on Eastern Washington on Saturday, plus what's the latest with their COVID-19 issues? Also, Wichita State made it into the tournament, just barely, as one of the First Four when they take on Drake on Thursday! What should fans be looking for out of WSU? (57:50) It was a busy last week for the Kansas City Chiefs as they adjusted to the new salary cap with the NFL. The Chiefs cut Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz last week, plus restructured several contracts, including Patrick Mahomes' contract. The guys discuss the impact of these moves. (1:13:47) It's not only college hoops tourney time, but same for prep hoops. We have an update around Kansas state basketball action! (1:26:53): It may still be spring training for the Royals, but a ton of buzz surrounds phenom Bobby Witt Jr, who is having a killer spring for KC. What does his talent mean for the whole franchise in KC? (1:31:34) It's our #WichitaWhiparound and this week we discuss big topics like the Wichita State baseball team playing the first ever game inside the new Riverfront Stadium, a big watch party for Wichita State basketball in March Madness & more! Make sure to hit subscribe so you never miss an episode. You can listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, TuneIn Radio and more! Check out our new website at www.kogsports.com. Watch full episodes on YouTube and Facebook by searching for Keeper of the Games. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @KOGpod. Follow Weston @Wmills94, Blake @becripps & Tommy @TweetsFromTommy. #KOGpod
After the releases of Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz, plus the pending free agency matters with all the other offensive lineman, Mark Van Sickle joins Tucker Franklin to talk about some mid-round offensive line talent the Kansas City Chiefs can use for depth pieces.—BUY OUR NEW MERCH! Go to https://teespring.com/stores/rtk-pod to find our new "Hennething is Possible" and "Kansas City vs. Everybody" designs. Gear up for the playoffs with a new hoodie, crewneck, long sleeve or tee. You can still find all the designs you love including "Throw the Damn Ball" and "Need for Sneed" in our store as well.
“4th & 1” podcast analyst Nick Jacobs and host Tod Palmer break down which free agents they think fit in Kansas City and react to the release of Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Steve and Geoff keep everyone updated on all the college basketball action including Ohio State holding off Michigan in the Big 10 Semis. Geoff address the Chiefs releasing his brother Mitchell Schwartz along with their other OT Eric Fisher. Jerry dares Dak to prove him wrong when he says he overpaid on his contract. The guys also make their NFL Free Agency predictions and get you ready for Selection Sunday. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The show was taped Wednesday night, before the release of Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz. Those moves and more will be discussed next week. The crew covers a wide variety in this week’s edition of Chief Concerns. Here are all the segments: 00:00 - 20:24 - The guys discuss the Combine/Pro Day Hype back in the day 20:25 - 28:05 - Hear the guys weigh in on AJ Green and Patrick Peterson 28:06 - 33:30 - The guys discuss the return of the 3 COVID opt outs 33:31 - 40:14 - Is an August return for Eric Fisher too ambitious? 40:15 - 44:56 - Drake name drops Mahomes in a freestyle! 44:57 - 56:50 - Super Chief fan & Twitter's @nuttreetv joins our show 56:51 - 58:00 - Goodbye!
Believe it or not, there’s a point about Jeff Long and Kansas that I haven’t made yet this week and an analogy that will help make sense of the mess, especially if you’re a Chiefs fan. The questions hit on weird press conferences, the Chiefs’ salary cap, the chance of Alex Smith rejoining as a backup, and getting kids in school. The bonus section is built around something Brett Veach said a few weeks ago. With the cuts of Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz some are saying Veach lied. I’m going to tell you why it’s not that simple. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Following the release of both Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz, Conner Christopherson and Jordan Foote join Tucker Franklin to talk about their reactions to the move as well as what's next for the future of the offensive line position. We also give a big shoutout to some MVLs for their #RTKmocks and feature Mac Infinity as our first Friday Feature artist. Check him out wherever you listen to your music or on Instagram and Twitter as @_macinfinity_—BUY OUR NEW MERCH! Go to https://teespring.com/stores/rtk-pod to find our new "Hennething is Possible" and "Kansas City vs. Everybody" designs. Gear up for the playoffs with a new hoodie, crewneck, long sleeve or tee. You can still find all the designs you love including "Throw the Damn Ball" and "Need for Sneed" in our store as well.
The Chiefs parted ways with offensive linemen Mitchell Schwartz and Eric Fisher earlier today. Are you confident the Chiefs can rebuild their offensive line and keep Patrick Mahomes protected? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How The Kansas City Chiefs Will Rebuild the O-Line after Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz
NFL Roster Cuts and Salary Cap Casualties Ahead of Free Agency | Are the Saints Rebuilding?In this episode of a Fantasy Football Podcast by the FF Faceoff, Anthony Cervino (@therealnflguru) and Jim Coventry will break down the NFL personnel cuts and salary cap casualties ahead of NFL Free Agency and the impact they will have in fantasy football and betting. They will also discuss if the Saints are rebuilding and how the Chiefs will fare without Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz.Anthony is the 45th best (out of 778) NFL betting experts at TallySight for the 2020 NFL regular season: https://tallysight.com/analyst/anthony-cervino/NFL/2020-21-regular-seasonAnd as always, the guys will also prioritize answering your start or sit and other lineup questions in the Live Chat. Chris Godwin gets the franchise tag -- fantasy football and betting reaction via (@thegamedaynfl): https://thegameday.com/7596/chris-godwin-tagged-by-buccaneers-2021-nfl-free-agency-analysis-franchise-tampa-bay/Anthony Cervino's Free Agency Tracker via (@thegamedaynfl): https://thegameday.com/4992/2021-nfl-free-agent-rankings-tracker-dak-prescott-allen-robinson-lavonte-david-chris-godwin-shaquil-barrett-free-agency/Check out the FF Faceoff's Merchandise at Veridian Global:https://veridianglobal.com/collections/ff-faceoffHere is Today's Sponsor:Thrive Fantasyhttp://bit.ly/ThriveFantasyPromo Code: FACEOFFUse the code and Thrive will match your first deposit up to $250Here is the latest NFL News and Rumors:Saints cut WR Emmanuel Sanders | Lions released CB Justin Coleman | Texans signed RB Mark Ingram | NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports the Chiefs will not re-sign impending free-agent C Austin Reiter | Falcons re-signed K Younghoe Koo to a one-year contract | NFL Network's Jim Trotter believes Texans QB Deshaun Watson will be traded after interviewing HC David Culley | NFL Network's Mike Garofolo reports six teams are pursuing a trade for Ravens OT Orlando Brown | Chiefs released OT Mitchell Schwartz | Chiefs release OT Eric Fisher | Panthers restructured the contract of RB Christian McCaffrey | Titans released SS Kenny Vaccaro | The Patriots are fielding trade offers for WR N'Keal Harry | Giants released RG Kevin Zeitler | Saints LG Andrus Peat and SS Malcolm Jenkins restructured their contracts | Washington tendered QB Kyle Allen | The Jaguars are expected to bring in a running back this offseason | Ravens tendered RB Gus Edwards | Bills released WR John Brown#NFL #FantasyFootball #NFLFreeAgency--------------------------------------------------------HOUSE-KEEPING---------------------------------------------------------------Here is today's sponsorwww.manscaped.compromo code: FACEOFFGet 20% off your order!Email Anthony and Mikeffaceoff@gmail.com Sure to Follow us on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/fffaceoffhttps://twitter.com/therealnflguruhttps://twitter.com/theffrealistDon't forget to follow us on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thefffaceoffFind us on Facebook!https://www.facebook.com/FFFaceoff/Join our Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/2213414128877661/?ref=pages_profile_groups_tab&source_id=918684538289626 SUBSCRIBE to dominate your competition https://www.youtube.com/thefffaceoff?sub_confirmation=1LISTEN on Apple iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-ff-faceoff/id1340277737?mt=2JOIN our Patreon Communityhttps://www.patreon.com/fffaceoffStep up your game with FantasyData.com https://fantasydata.com/?fp_ref=faceoffSubscribe on Google Podcasts https://playmusic.app.goo.gl/?ibi=com.google.PlayMusic&isi=691797987&ius=googleplaymusic&apn=com.google.android.music&link=https://play.google.com/music/m/Ioht3362q3s5ov4bqj4nigpf2xi?t%3DThe_FF_Faceoff%26pcampaignid%3DMKT-na-all-co-pr-mu-pod-16-----------------------------------------------------------
It was going to be a free agency preview episode in the calm before the storm, it was all recorded. Josh Brisco, Nate Taylor, and Seth Keysor got together to discuss the salary cap, some potential big swings, Lucas Niang, and more. Then, the Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz news broke, so enjoy Joshua and Nate's extra take on that up top, which makes the original episode that follows that much more poignant. Save on a subscription to The Athletic: theathletic.com/timesours Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Greeny starts with the news that the Kansas City Chiefs have released LT Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz. ESPN NFL Reporter Dianna Russini joins the show to discuss the surprising releases and explains how the salary cap is the primary cause for this. Greeny also weighs in on the news that Duke will not be present in the ACC Tournament due to a positive coronavirus test.
Lorin Cox, host of Locked On Bears, joins Matt and Brian to breakdown free agency and the draft. Allen Robinson unhappy about the franchise tag, and the latest on a Russell Wilson trade or any other quarterbacks coming to Chicago. The Kanas City Chiefs released both starting offensive tackles Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz, setting up a clear position of need this offseason. A number of other cuts around the league, and reports that the New England Patriots are shopping former first round WR N'Keal Harry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rich opens the hour reflecting on the one-year anniversary of Rudy Gobert testing positive for Covid-19 and how our everyday lives have changed drastically since the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic. Rich reacts to the news that the Chiefs have released both of their starting Offensive Tackles, Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz, and how much Patrick Mahomes’ big contract played a role in the cuts. NFL Insider Ian Rapoport and Rich discuss why the Chiefs blew up their offensive line, why we’ll see a glut of high-profile players like JuJu Smith-Schuster possibly signing for less money and shorter terms than expected, who we can expect to see as the Saints starting QB next season, how the crazy game of NFL QB Musical Chairs plays out, if the Patriots could possibly bring back Jimmy Garoppolo, and how Dak Prescott turned the tables in Jerry Jones while negotiating his new, record contract. Rich wraps up the hour examining Dak Prescott’s MONSTER contract and why Jerry Jones fully admits that he overspent to keep the QB in the fold. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We're joined by co-host of the Drive Sean Levine because he wants to get in on the NBA Top Shot bag and we discuss what he thinks the Royals should do with Bobby Witt Jr. Frank Clark's contract is starting to look even worse when you take a look at where his cap hit ranks among the NFL's top paid players. There's going to be a lot of pressure on him this season to do it in the regular season. Would you be more surprised if the Chiefs cut Anthony Hitchens or Mitchell Schwartz? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Kansas City Chief and fan favorite, Benny Sapp. He talks about a variety of topics with the guys, including the offseason, his unofficial cousin in Warren Sapp, as well as his journey in the NFL! Really cool insights and stories! Here are the timestamps for all of the discussions: 00:00 - 09:00 - Benny Sapp catches up Jason Dunn & Eric Warfield 09:01 - 27:42 - The crew discusses Mitchell Schwartz's recent tweets and restructuring contracts 27:43 - 32:07 - The group discusses the future of Breeland, Watkins, and Sorensen 32:08 - 38:44 - A possible Andy Reid reunion with D-Jax or Alshon? Hear what the group has to say 38:45 - 46:40 - Patrick Mahomes is now a daddy! Hear what fatherly advice the group shares with Patrick 46:41 - 55:57 - #ChiefsKingdomConcerns segment: Big Chief fan, Mike Brennan ZOOM's in to ask the guys a question about the need of a backup TE 55:58 - 58:27 - The crew continues the conversation about the need for a backup Tight End 58:28 - 59:03 - Goodbyes!
On Wednesday, Kansas City Chiefs right tackle Mitchell Schwartz confirmed his back surgery in a tweet where he said he was "hoping for a healthy 2021." Jordan Foote joins Tucker Franklin to talk about the future of the Chiefs offensive line and what the outlook is moving forward.—BUY OUR NEW MERCH! Go to https://teespring.com/stores/rtk-pod to find our new "Hennething is Possible" and "Kansas City vs. Everybody" designs. Gear up for the playoffs with a new hoodie, crewneck, long sleeve or tee. You can still find all the designs you love including "Throw the Damn Ball" and "Need for Sneed" in our store as well.
Opening up the twitter mailbag for the Tuesday Two Minute Drill. Brady vs Belichick, How much will the Chiefs miss offensive tackles Mitchell Schwartz and Eric Fisher in Super Bowl 55? That and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices