Gee Scott fills in for John Clayton. Brock Huard joins the show to discuss the biggest Seattle sports stories of the day, including the status of Felix Hernandez. Listener Questions: Should the Seahawks target newly free agents, Adrian Peterson and Jamaal Charles? Storytime with Brandon Mebane: How hard is it to be in the spotlight as a professional athlete?
Top Five Stories of the Day: Sherman opens up about being in the spotlight, the Mariners fall to the Royals, the Vikings release Adrian Peterson and Antonio Brown and Eric Berry sign record deals. Former Seahawk, Ray Roberts joins the show to talk about life outside of football. Gee Scott asks: What are your thoughts on franchise tags?
The top five stories of the day: The Mariners wallop the Padres in their first two games of the spring, Kelsey Plum scores 57 against Utah and overtakes the top spot for NCAA's All-Time leading scorer in the women's division, Gonzaga gets upset in Spokane by BYU, Alshon Jeffery talks about his time with the Bears and Nick Mangold is released by the Jets. Shannon Drayer joins The Professor to talk about the recent spring training games and the upcoming game right after the show. Gee Scott joins John as they go Behind The Lines and talk about the newly acquired compensatory picks the Seahawks have.
Bill Barnwell of ESPN joins The Professor to talk about the numbers surrounding the Seahawks, some of the up and coming teams in the NFL and the NFC West. John takes your text-in questions and is joined by Bob for a taste of his thoughts on the former Seahawks offensive lineman Breno Giocomini and Russell Okung.
The top five stories of the day: Jets release Breno Giacomini, Gonzaga has successfully run the table for the college basketball regular season, Rob Manfred, MLB Commissioner, talks about the rule changes on Mike and Mike, Rob Gronkowski talks about his future in playing football and John Harbaugh says he deserves a medal for lasting as long as he did playing for Jed York. The Professor takes on the question: Breno or Okung; which one do you take if you can only have one? John is joined by Gee Scott as they go Behind the Lines.
Mike Blowers (Mariners Broadcaster) joins the show to talk about the Mariners upcoming season, including who to watch for during Spring Training. Listener Question: If you could start an NFL franchise with any non-QB, who would it be? John and Bob discuss what the Seahawks should do at offensive line, and if Seattle will ever host a Super Bowl.
Top Five Stories of the Day: Ron Wolfey says he would take the Cardinals roster over the Seahawk's, Jay Cutler is considering retirement, Ole Miss self-imposes a one year bowl ban, the NBA trade deadline is today and College Basketball saw two buzzer beaters last night. Listener Question: Do you want Russell Okung back in Seattle now that he is a free agent? Behind the Lines with Gee Scott: What do the Seahawks need to do at offensive line?
Right before his sure-to-be stunning performance at the Media Combine, Danny O'Neil joins The Professor to give him some insider information on all the prospects at the VMAC for the Media Combine. John takes your text-in questions answering questions about free agents around the NFL. Live from the VMAC, Tom Wassell joins the show to talk live scouting reports and the intentional walk changes.
The Professor brings you the top five stories of the day: the NFL quarterback carousel continues to spin, the MLB changes the rules on intentional walks, Jim Trotter's information regarding Tyrod Taylor and the Bills, Stephen A Smith's comments on Magic Johnson hiring as President of Basketball Operations for the Lakers and today marks the anniversary of the "Miracle on Ice." David Norrie of ESPN joins John as they discuss college football, the playoff system and the state of the UW Football program. The Professor and the Man of the People, Gee Scott, go Behind the Lines.
Jason Cole (Bleacher Report) joins the show to share news around the NFL, including an update on Darrelle Revis. Listener Questions: Could the Seahawks sign Adrian Peterson? Storytime with The Groz: What does the future hold for the Sacramento Kings?
Top Five Stories of the Day: Jaguars trade former star TE to the Dolphins, Mike Mayock calls Budda Baker his favorite player on film, Kings GM says he received better offers for DeMarcus Cousins, WVU's Bob Huggins talks on-court scare and the Seahawks enter free agency with a lot of questions. John answers who he thinks the Seahawks should target in the draft. Behind the Lines with Gee Scott: Who should the Seahawks keep in free agency?
Paul Moyer, Seahawks Insider, joins The Professor and dives into the latest news and rumors surrounding the team. Andrew Brandt, ESPN Business Analyst, talks numbers and finances with John. Bob Stelton takes over for The Groz for some Storytime.
The Professor kicks off the President's Day with the top five stories of the day: Free agent defensive tackle Earl Mitchell reportedly visits Seattle today after being cut by Miami, Sherman Smith says the Seahawks aren't as hungry as they were before, John Elway's takeaways after facing the Seahawks and shaping his Broncos roster, Kelsey Plum overtakes Brittney Griner as the 2nd highest scorer all-time for women's basketball and Chris Hansen's comments on his arena plans. John takes your text-in questions and finishes the hour by going Behind The Lines with Gee Scott.
Mike Sando of ESPN joins the show as he and The Professor talk about the Seahawks and their expectations as well as all the moves surrounding the offseason. John takes your text-in questions including an injury report on his technological life. The lovable Groz as always entertains us and John during Storytime.
John Clayton takes you through the top five stories of the day: Dolphins cut Mario Williams and are considering trading Branden Albert, Darrelle Revis is charged with assault and robbery in Pittsburgh, Russell Wilson helps his sister recover from a concussion, Bill Bellichick is going to narrate a World War II documentary and The Special Olympics gets a helping hand from Jamaal Charles. Matt Calkins of the Seattle Times joins the show and The Professor is joined by Gee Scott to go Behind The Lines to discuss a certain Seahawks wide receiver.
Top Five Stories of the Day: Big name o-linemen are now free agents, book and movie set to chronicle life of Tom Brady, John Ross shares his thoughts on coach Petersen, former Seahawk T.J. Duckett talks about depression in the NFL and Vince Young looks to make a comeback. Storytime with The Groz: Who will the Seahawks look at in free agency?
Rick Rizzs joins the show to talk about the Mariners, including the key to success for this upcoming season. Behind the Lines with Gee Scott: Should the Seahawks consider signing a marquee free agent (o-line). Is Russell Okung an option?
Wyman makes his weekly appearance with John as they talk about the Seahawks running game, Blair Walsh and the window of championship football for the Seahawks. John takes your text-in questions about Phillip Rivers, a Seahawks reunion on the offensive line and explaining how offseason deals work. The Groz and The Professor wrap up the show with talks about Spring Training and the love of the franchise tag.
John Clayton brings you the top five stories of the day: pitchers and catchers start up but Felix goes out to prove people wrong after last year, the franchise tag can be applied to players today, Mel Kiper Jr has a different offensive lineman going to the Seahawks, UW and WSU prospects plan to attend the NFL Combine and Charley Casserly of NFL.com says Jimmy Garoppolo is better than any quarterback in the draft. Jerry Crasnick of ESPN joins The Professor as they talk about the floodgates of baseball being released as Spring Training gets underway. Gee Scott joins John as they go Behind The Lines and go into the rumor mill of the Seahawks.
Larry Stone (Seattle Times) joins the show to talk about the Mariners upcoming season, including how they need to handle prospects going forward. John takes listener questions pertaining to free agency and the NFL Draft. Storytime with The Groz: Does Roger Goodell have too much power?
Top Five Stories of the Day: Seahawks let go of two coaches, pitchers and catchers report for Mariners Spring Training, 49ers hire a new defensive coordinator, UConn women's basketball reaches 100 straight wins and the Knicks lift Charles Oakley's ban. Seattle Mariners Valentines: Who will be the sweatheart of the Mariners 2017 season be? Behind the Lines with Gee Scott: Update on Cliff Avril and Tyler Lockett injuries.
David Schoenfield of ESPN joins John as they discuss Spring Training and the proposed rule changes in the MLB. John takes your text-in questions including the recently released Giants and their futures as well as expanding Jimmy Graham's role within the offense for next season. The ever lovable Groz joins The Professor as they talk about Mariners baseball.
The Professor starts off the show with the top five stories of the day: Michael Bennett pulls out of his trip to Israel, Raiders re-sign Jack Del Rio, Myles Garrett says he won't attend the NFL draft, Byron Maxwell talks about the Dolphins' secondary becoming like the Legion of Boom and Wade Phillips switching the Rams' defense to a 3-4. Warren Moon joins The Professor and Gee Scott goes Behinds The Lines with John.
Fresh off his trip from the Dominican, Chris Daniels joined The Professor to talk about new details surrounding the arena deal and Chris Hansen, as well as his trip to the Dominican Republic and meeting up with Robinson Cano and Nelson Cruz in their hometowns.
Chris Daniels of King 5 joins John as they go in depth on arena talks, Chris Hansen's latest proposal and his trip to the Dominican Republic with Nelson Cruz and Robinson Cano. John texts your text-in questions about the NFL and round out the show with some Storytime with The Groz.