American football defensive tackle, sideline analyst, and television host
The Oakland Raiders, led by Jon Gruden and Rich Gannon, return to the playoffs and make it to the AFC Championship game. Tyrone Wheatley has a banner year and Tony Siragusa changes the course of Rich Gannon's career.
NOW AVAILABLE ON FOWL PLAYERS RADIO....www.fowlplayersradio.com and wherever you find podcasts! Also now available on YouTube! If you are watching on YouTube don't forget to hit the "Subscribe" and "Like" button and be sure to share with all of your friends! And, please be sure to leave us a rating and review!!For over 30 years, Bruce Cunningham was the evening and night time sports anchor on WBFF FOX 45 in Baltimore. In addition to that, he called play by play for the Baltimore Stallions of the Canadian Football League and for the Baltimore Ravens in 1996. For 20 years he was the public address announcer for the Baltimore Ravens, stepping down in 2019. We had a great talk about Baltimore sports history- old Colts, Baltimore Stallions, Orioles history, Chuck Thompson, Jim Palmer and Earl Weaver, Art Modell and Robert Irsay, Memorial Stadium, "The Joe Washington Game", Elrod Hendricks, Tony Siragusa and Shannon Sharpe, and much more! Bruce is now retired from WBFF, but is still appearing on Saturdays on 105.7 The Fan.The Fowl Players of Perryville are going to be on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad on August 13, September 10, October 8, and 29. Tickets are available at www.fowlplayersofperryville.com or www.wmsr.com.#brucecunningham #WBFF45 #WBFF #michaelspedden #105.7Thefan #fowlplayersradio #fowlplayersofperryville
Join Back Porch Sports After Party to get up to date announcements, sports discussion, and so much more! In this episode we have a special guest, one of our Day One supporters, James Collins. We discuss trending topics of the week, such as the tragic passing of OLB Jaylon Ferguson and Ravens Legend and anchor of the 2000 Ravens Defensive Line, Tony Siragusa. Later, we discuss what we think are the best rivalries in sports. SUBSCRIBE -A- THON HAS BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH THE END OF AUGUST. Please share and subscribe. We are in our first annual “Subscribe-a-thon”. If you are a listener on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, etc., please follow us and leave a review. If you have thoughts about this episode, we encourage you to connect with us using the information below. CONNECT WITH THE BACK PORCH SPORTS PODCAST TEAM: WEBSITE: https://backporchsportspodcast.my.canva.site EMAIL: email@example.com SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS: https://backporchsportspodcast.buzzsprout.com/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/backporchsportsafterparty https://www.instagram.com/backporchsports_podcast/ DIRECT LINK TO PODCASTS: https://Backporchsportspodcast.my.canva.site
Hosts: TJ, Brett, & Krissy This week on the show: Segment One: We welcome a special guest this week as Brett's wife, Krissy, joins in the fun. Brett gets upset trying to fix his fertilizer sprayer. Krissy has to attend a bridal shower at the crack of dawn. TJ takes a road trip to a vintage camper rally (more fun than it sounds like), reveals a horrifying medical situation (also more fun than it sounds like), and a blind date (not so much). Segment Two: FGS brings us the original Bloodhound Gang, a man poses as Disney World security to steal bathroom fixtures and an R2D2 statue, and a 60 man cruise ship Battle Royale. HOT TAKES covers the passing of former defensive tackle Tony Siragusa, the season one finale of Obi Wan Kenobi (with an introduction to a fancier Lord Vader), and it's game time as TJ brings in another round of NAME THAT BACKWARDS TUNE. Segment Three: Krissy handles REDDIT FUN duties as The Hive asks “What car most signifies it's owner is a douchebag?” Plus, PICKS O' THE WEEK. Happy Birthday, ‘Merica, from THE QUAD M SHOW!
We remember the lives of Tony Siragusa and Jaylon Ferguson after their tragic passings, and talk about the O's strong ongoing West Coast swing. Also, a Starting 5 of brawls and NCMMMOTW
On episode 160 Marco, Tim, and JB tell some tales from the banya where Tim meets a Sambo champion and JB recounts how painful the interaction was to watch. Tim gives a review of the new Top Gun Film and goes over some of the highlights from the UFC on espn and what fighters were most impressive. We try to figure out an innovative submission from the PFL and we say goodbye to Tony Siragusa. We answer questions about what non combat sport would prepare someone best for combat sports, what was the best seminar we ever went to and who we would want to have teach a seminar at our schools.
(00:00-18:54) –Monday's show begins with Dan reacting to the Pacers NBA Draft and playing some clips from those post draft press conferences. Plus, Dan evaluates Benedict Mathurin's comments on the best players in the league and something controversial that Mathurin said to the media. (18:55-40:15) –Dan looks at more audio from the Pacers post draft and ponders how the team may look come opening day. (40:16-50:03) –Hour number one ends with Dan sharing some breaking news regarding an in-season event in college hoops taking place here in Indy. (50:04-1:13:12) –Our pal Sean Salisbury gives the latest on the Deshaun Watson situation in Cleveland and if he thinks he'll play a down this year for the Browns. Plus, Sean weighs in on Baker Mayfield in Cleveland, what he would do if he was in his shoes, and what the season will hold for Mayfield. Later, Sean speaks on the life of Colts great Tony Siragusa and shares some stories of interaction he had with him over the years. Also, Sean reacts to the Houston Rockets drafting Jabari Smith in the 2022 NBA Draft. (1:13:13-1:31:34) –The head coach of the Baylor Bears Scott Drew stops by to explain what the Indiana Pacers are getting in their second round draft choice Kendall Brown. Plus, we find out if Scott Drew still mulches in the yard. (1:31:35-1:40:37) – Dan talks on the state of the Colts and interacts with the YouTube chat regarding the lack of accomplishments from the Ballard/Reich administration. (1:40:39-2:05:00) –We're back from break with a trip down memory lane featuring some of the top songs from 1979. Also, a caller brings up a take on the Brittney Griner situation. (2:06:00-2:17:27) –We continue talking music from the 70s and play the song Dan feels is the whinest of them all. Plus, listeners share their most whiny songs. (2:17:28-2:28:53) -Monday's show concludes with Dan sharing the result from the Horseshoe Indianapolis Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Also, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for the JCook Plays of the Day. Plus, we close with more of the songs we hate. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Season 3 - Join the crew as they wish fellow podder Chino a Happy Bornday!! and discuss Irv Gotti's comment about Drake's album, Chris Brown New Album “Breezy” , Snoop & Eminem new song “From th D 2 the LBC”, Versuz - Bobby V & Ray J vs Sammie & Pleasure P (under card) & Omarion vs Mario. We also posed this question "Is it possible for a Legendary Group name to be passed down to the next generation and be as successful as its predecessor? , Kyrie vs Nets contract talks, Disney's Rise - Giannis & family story & Rip to Tony Siragusa and Jaylon Ferguson (Raven's Nation) Music Chinx ft Jadakiss - Dope House Snoop Dog & Eminem - From the D to the LBC Chris Brown - Till the Wheels Fall Off ft Lil Durk
Today's Best of Features: (0:00-22:34) – Our pal Sean Salisbury gives the latest on the Deshaun Watson situation in Cleveland and if he thinks he'll play a down this year for the Browns. Plus, Sean weighs in on Baker Mayfield in Cleveland, what he would do if he was in his shoes, and what the season will hold for Mayfield. Later, Sean speaks on the life of Colts great Tony Siragusa and shares some stories of interaction he had with him over the years. Also, Sean reacts to the Houston Rockets drafting Jabari Smith in the 2022 NBA Draft. (22:35-34:56) – The head coach of the Baylor Bears Scott Drew stops by to explain what the Indiana Pacers are getting in their second round draft choice Kendall Brown. Plus, we find out if Scott Drew still mulches in the yard. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jose and Brodny discuss the Baltimore Ravens and Carolina Panthers minicamp and give their takeaways from each team. Also, we discuss the sudden passing of Ravens OLB Jaylon Ferguson at the age of 26. This and more on the LBHT Show! Show Lineup: 0:00 - Intro 5:00 - Black History Fact 10:47 - RIP Jaylon Ferguson, Tony Siragusa, & Caleb Swanigan 18:50 - Sports Headlines 42:31 - Lunch $$$ Bets 50:27 - Support The Show! 54:10 - Stock Up/Stock Down: Ravens & Panthers Minicamp 1:21:03 - Bonus Time! Jose and Brodny are joined by KeepingItReal to discuss Ravens QB Lamar Jackson reporting to OTAs. Lamar missed the voluntary practices which caused many sports pundits to question his commitment to the team. We also take a look at who's standing out so far from OTAs. SUPPORT THE SHOW! - https://www.patreon.com/LBHTShow Cash App - $LBHTShow Merch! - https://lbhtshow.com/shop Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok - @LBHTShow Visit our website - https://lbhtshow.com/ Check out the podcast: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lunch-break-hot-take/id1500335112 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/lbht Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0qeu4Ch0LzrXAzWrusQwUU #RavensFlock #KeepPounding #JaylonFerguson
This week, TA is back with JT and joined by Freight Train as CJ has the night off. They break down the big news of the week and other topics you need to hear, like:This week's "Jag-off of the Week - Chase Claypool"Kenny Pickett is signed!Larry Ogunjobi is now a Steeler!Have we done enough to sure up our defense yet?This week's Camp Competition positional breakdown-defensive linethis week's "History Forged in Steel Segment"NFL lost two warriors this week, Tony Siragusa, and Trey WalkerTomlin press conference discussion (AB)and much more, including the latest with Deshaun WatsonNominate us in the Pittsburgh City Paper Best of 2022, Best Podcast at https://citypaper.secondstreetapp.com/Best-of-Pittsburgh-2022/gallery?group=421800Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code REALM20 at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod.Steelers Realm is provides promotional samples and/or compensation in return for promoting Manscaped.com. Thank you for your support!Watch our video podcast versions on our YouTube, Rumble or Facebook (check out our former player episodes too!)Please like and follow and share when you can. We appreciate your listen!Home Base is www.SteelersRealm.comFacebook Group Steeler Nation Local #724Twitter- https://twitter.com/steelers_realmInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/steelersrealmpodcast/Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/SteelersRealm/LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/company/steelers-realm-podcast/Support the show
We share memories of the Baltimore Ravens' Jaylon Ferguson and Tony Siragusa with Qadry Ismail, discussing what made each so great as a person and what legacies they left behind. We also look at the Baltimore Ravens culture and how strong it is Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week's Nose is 'bout to explode, take off this load. “Break My Soul” is the lead single from Beyoncé's forthcoming album, Renaissance. The song dropped on Monday, and by the end of the week, its “You won't break my soul” repeated refrain has taken on a whole new weight. And: The actor Chris Pratt is taking his 9-year-old son on a 10-day camping trip. During an appearance on the Smartless podcast, he rattled off a list of 10 “coming of age” movies Pratt plans to watch with his son on the trip. The list caused a dumb, mini-controversy as it includes some R-rated movies and things (also just some good old garbage movies). And finally: The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is a meta action-comedy starring Nicolas Cage as… Nick Cage. Here's Lionsgate's synopsis: “Creatively unfulfilled and facing financial ruin, the fictionalized version of Cage must accept a $1 million offer to attend the birthday of a dangerous superfan (Pedro Pascal). Things take a wildly unexpected turn when Cage is recruited by a CIA operative (Tiffany Haddish) and forced to live up to his own legend, channeling his most iconic and beloved on-screen characters in order to save himself and his loved ones. With a career built for this very moment, the seminal award-winning actor must take on the role of a lifetime: Nick Cage.” Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take: Tony Siragusa, a Defensive Lineman Known as Goose, Dies at 55 Siragusa won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens in the 2000 season and worked as a broadcaster after his playing career. John Williams, 90, steps away from film, but not music Director Paul Haggis Arrested in Italy for Sexual Assault Haggis had been accused of rape in 2018, with the resulting lawsuit prompting three other women to come forward with their own allegations of misconduct. Bill Cosby Found Guilty of Sexually Abusing 16-Year-Old Judy Huth in 1975 Rowan Atkinson Says Comedy's Job Is to Offend and That Can't Be Stopped: ‘Every Joke Has a Victim' This Viral Video of Justin Timberlake Dancing in Khakis Is Peak Cringe 21 Hilarious “She's A 10 But” Tweets That Will Make You Feel Called Out “She's a 10 but her gay awakening was Marceline from Adventure Time.” Sacheen Littlefeather Talks About What Really Happened Before, During And After Rejecting Marlon Brando's Oscar Kellogg is splitting into 3 companies: Here's what each one will focus on The cereal giant will become three distinct companies in a deal that is expected to be completed by the end of 2023. Alan Alda Is Still Awesome The actor and director talks about his podcast, the comedic chops of Volodymyr Zelensky, and being called an “honorary woman.” How BTS Became One of the Most Popular Bands in History In an age of despair and division, a boy band from South Korea remixed the rules of pop and created a fandom bigger than Beatlemania. Kevin Costner's New Movie, Horizon, Is Being Split Into Four 2 Hour And 45 Minute Movies Stephen Colbert Addresses Arrest of Triumph and Crew at U.S. Capitol: “This Was First-Degree Puppetry” Seven members of the ‘Late Show' team, including comedian and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog actor Robert Smigel, were charged with unlawful entry last week. Westminster Dog Show: Trumpet the Bloodhound Wins Best in Show After winning the hound group, Trumpet emerged from a tough group of fellow champions to become the first of his breed to claim the top prize. John Carpenter's Masterpiece The Thing Is Back In The Box Office Top 10 After Four Decades Amazon's Alexa could soon speak in a dead relative's voice, making some feel uneasy GUESTS: Raquel Benedict: Claims to be the most dangerous woman in speculative fiction, and she's the host of the Rite Gud podcast Sam Hadelman: Works in music public relations and hosts The Sam Hadelman Show at Radio Free Brooklyn Bill Yousman: Professor of Media Studies at Sacred Heart University The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Baseball fans - listen to Flippin' Bats w/ Ben Verlander: https://listen.foxaud.io/FlippinBats?sid=undnew 00:00 Should Kyrie opt out in Brooklyn and join the Lakers? 23:03 Should Orlando take Chet Holmgren with the #1 pick in the NBA Draft? 38:25 Would Westbrook returning to OKC be the best scenario? 51:52 Tony “Goose” Siragusa tribute 1:05:02 How would a Kyrie departure impact Durant's future in Brooklyn? 1:19:56 Seahawks' interest in Baker Mayfield 1:32:00 Kyrie Irving 1:42:40 Could Paolo Banchero be the No. 1 pick? 1:47:56 Mac Jones 1:54:03 Blazers acquire Jerami Grant Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A virtual room filled with some heroes - Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler and Gregg Rosenthal bring you all the latest news around the NFL, starting with Gronk's agent Drew Rosenhaus hinting at a potential mid-season return for Gronkowski (6:45) and then diving into Roger Goodell's testimony in front of Congress during a hearing on the alleged misconduct within the Washington Commanders' organization (9:45). The heroes remember Jaylon Ferguson and Tony Siragusa after a very sad day for the Baltimore Ravens organization (21:20). After the break, we dive into the minds of NFL figures around the league, sharing their inner monologues and revealing their plans, hopes, dreams, and fears for the upcoming NFL season (34:30). Note: timecodes approximate. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dan has some nice words to say about Tony Siragusa to commemorate his passing, and some not so nice words for the NHL officials who blew that call in last night's game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jerry is here for his first update and starts with Aaron Judge hitting 2 more HRs as they beat the Rays. Jose Trevino's HR put the Yankees ahead for good. The Mets lost to the Astros and Carlos Carrasco left with back tightness. Austin Hays hit for the cycle in his first 4 at bats. The NBA Draft is tonight. Tony Siragusa passes away at 55.
Hour 1: Boomer & Gio open with the Mets losing to the Astros. Boomer thinks they exposed the Mets starting pitching. Aaron Judge hit two more HRs last night as he heads into his arbitration meeting with the Yankees tomorrow. Boomer & Gio can't believe it's come to this between Judge & the Yankees over $4 million. Jerry is here for his first update and starts with Aaron Judge hitting 2 more HRs as they beat the Rays. Jose Trevino's HR put the Yankees ahead for good. The Mets lost to the Astros and Carlos Carrasco left with back tightness. Austin Hays hit for the cycle in his first 4 at bats. The NBA Draft is tonight. Tony Siragusa passes away at 55. In the final segment of the hour we talk about tonight's NBA Draft and the Knicks.
The passing of Jaylon Ferguson and Tony Siragusa made for a sad week in Baltimore. Kevin Byrne stopped by The Lounge to share some memories and stories about 'Goose' over the years. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Aidan Powers & Kmess react to the biggest Eagles, Cowboys and overall NFL news. First they remember Tony “Goose” Siragusa from his sideline days to his playing career. Then they rate the biggest NFL free agents: Odell Beckham Jr, Duane Brown, Trey Flowers, JC Tretter, Julio Jones, Eric Fischer, Anthony Barr, Will Fuller, Justin Houston, Sheldon Richardson & Ndamukong Suh. Then Aidan breakdowns the signing of Jaquiski Tartt. Is it a win for the Eagles? He reacts to Jalen Hurts and AJ Brown practicing together. Is this the coolest team in the NFL? Then he gives his reaction to the Eagles new logo? Smash or pass? Kmess reacts to Mike McCarthy's fine for having too hard of a practice. Should the Cowboys hire Sean Payton? Then they breakdown Roger Goodell testifying about Dan Snyder on Captiol Hill. SUBSCRIBE RATE AND REVIEW!!!!!! MERCH: https://dsgntree.com/collections/branded-sports/products/birds-vs-boys?variant=38313770483887 STATESIDE VODKA: https://statesidevodka.com/delivery/ Intro music: https://youtu.be/vkrPc0cp4a0
Join Jake and Spencer on today's show as they do their best to put a strange, sad day in perspective. The tragic passing of Jaylon Ferguson and Tony Siragusa took us all by surprise, and the guys decided to sit down and take some time to remember the two as men, and celebrate their lives. We hope this episode helps provide some positivity or clarity in a sad situation in whatever way it's capable of doing, and we'll talk to you guys with more regularly scheduled programming at some point very soon. Dedicated to: Jaylon O'Neal Ferguson, 1995-2022 Anthony Siragusa Sr., 1967-2022 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
NTD Evening News—06/22/2022 1. Biden Backs Gas Tax Holiday Amid Doubts 2. Court Upholds Israel Boycott Pledge Law 3 Study: High-Quality Evidence Lacking in Meds 4. Critics Call ESG a Social Credit Score System 5. What Are ESG Funds?
Thursday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Jonas Knox and LaVar Arrington react to Roger Goodell's testimony in front of the House Oversight Committee and wonder what it's going to take to out Dan Snyder as the owner of the Commanders. A reflection on the life and career of the great Tony Siragusa, Rob Gronkowksi's rank among great Tight Ends, and ‘In Case You Missed It,' Ohio State successfully trademarks “THE,” Kyrie Irving makes it awkward for Kevin Durant and the NFL connection to the Westminster Dog Show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 1: Boomer & Gio open with the Mets losing to the Astros. Boomer thinks they exposed the Mets starting pitching. Aaron Judge hit two more HRs last night as he heads into his arbitration meeting with the Yankees tomorrow. Boomer & Gio can't believe it's come to this between Judge & the Yankees over $4 million. Jerry is here for his first update and starts with Aaron Judge hitting 2 more HRs as they beat the Rays. Jose Trevino's HR put the Yankees ahead for good. The Mets lost to the Astros and Carlos Carrasco left with back tightness. Austin Hays hit for the cycle in his first 4 at bats. The NBA Draft is tonight. Tony Siragusa passes away at 55. In the final segment of the hour we talk about tonight's NBA Draft and the Knicks. Hour 2: The 7am hour starts with Roger Goodell at the Washington Commanders hearing. He was asked about Dave Portnoy being banned from NFL games and was asked about the fine the Commanders gave Jack Del Rio for his political comments. Boomer wants our politicians in Congress figuring out how to lower gas prices and not questioning Roger Goodell. It seemed to accomplish nothing and was a waste of time. Jerry returns for another update and starts with audio of Roger Goodell in front of Congress to discuss Dan Snyder. The Yankees beat the Rays. Trevino had a HR and Aaron Judge had 2. The Mets lost in Houston and teed off on Carlos Carrasco. The NBA Draft is tonight. Vince Carter's Atlanta home was burglarized and they stole $100K in cash. Jerry has play-by-play from Lightning/Avalanche. In the final segment of the hour, Gio says Amber Heard has been to Long Island, including Citarella. Boomer wants the Mets to go 8-3 in their next 11 games. Hour 3: The 8am hour starts with Boomer saying he and Amber Heard have a lot in common. Woj says the Lakers are the most likely team to get Kyrie if he leaves Brooklyn. If that happens, what happens to Kevin Durant? Jerry returns for an update and starts with a Yankees win in Tampa. Judge smashed 2 more HRs and Trevino had the game winner. The Mets lost to the Astros. The NBA Draft is tonight, the Knicks have the eleventh pick. Roger Goodell was in front of Congress yesterday and he was asked a bunch of stupid questions. We have audio involving the LIV Golf Tournament. And a bloodhound won a dog show and we have audio. In the final segment of the hour, we talk about a potential trade of Baker Mayfield for Jimmy Garoppolo. Also, remember the Mike White era? Hour 4: The 9am hour starts with updated odds on tonight's NBA Draft. Chris Russo goes on Howard Stern and tells everyone he is getting $400K a year for First Take. Boomer says he was playing his best football in his last year but his feet hurt and ABC made him the MNF offer. Jerry returns for his last update of the day. Aaron Judge hit 2 HRs last night in their win over the Rays. Jose Trevino's HR was the winner for the Yanks. The Mets lost to the Astros and Carlos Carrasco left early due to back tightness. The NBA Draft is tonight. Roger Goodell faced Congress and got questions on all sorts of things. In the final segment of the show, we talk about the LIV Golf Tournament.
Ben Leber reacts to the death of Tony Siragusa and the rise in former player deaths in the NFL, the python problem in the Everglades continues, Tommy Olson shares his thoughts a new TikTok trend, and Mark Rosen joins the show!
We discuss what percentage of people are dirty pool pee-ers, Emily's First Time throwing a housewarming party, and who won the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 1- If you listened to Greg back on the old WAAF show, you would know Tony “The Goose” Siragusa was a frequent flier. Greg, Wiggy, and Curtis discuss their favorite memories of The Goose. Schiem people watches at the mall? Does anyone even go to the mall anymore? Today's Leads- The red hot Red Sox, Mac Jones' development, Deshaun Watson's playing future, and a lifetime ban over spreading a friend's ashes.
We reflect on the lives of Jaylon Ferguson and Tony Siragusa, discussing the impact that each of them had on the people they knew, who they were as people, and more. We also discuss the Baltimore Ravens' culture and how important it in a time of tragedy as well as answer mailbag questions Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
HOUR 3 - Seth and Sean react to the passing of Tony Siragusa, dive into how Mike Florio assessed the lawyers involved in the Deshaun Watson suits, and go through the updated odds on who gets taken in the top 3 of the NBA Draft tonight.
Opening up the P&W mailbag on this live edition. The passing of Tony Siragusa, rumors of Seattle Seahawks interest in Baker Mayfield, where that leaves Jimmy Garoppolo and the QB market, and the rookie quarterback that will surprise in 2022. Breaking news of Arch Manning committing to the Texas Longhorns. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Fernando Tatis Jr. was seen swinging a bat, is he pushing for a quicker return. Shohei Ohtani keeps making history and the Angels keep losing. Eric Williams on Dan Snyder & Deshaun Watson. Support the show: http://Kaplanandcrew.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6.22.22 Hour 3 1:00- Nats- Britt Ghiroli, Wiz- Ava Wallace, Commanders- Craig Hoffman 20:30- Today has been a tough day for Ravens fans, as current Ravens LB Jaylon Ferguson has passed away. Then, we learn that Super Bowl winner Tony Siragusa passed away as well.