Former Seahawks strong safety Jeron Johnson joins Gee Scott in talking about the NFL's top ball hawks, wide receiver corps, and QBs outside of the Seahawks. During the 'Text Questions' segment among many questions asked Jeron is asked what was the hardest hit he has given/taken since being in the NFL. Then in honor of the 4th of July coming up Gee and Jeron talk about the Dos and Don'ts of the holiday and everything around it.
Gee Scott runs the show today with John Clayton on vacation, he is joined by former Seahawks Jeron Johnson. They go over today's Top 5: Mariners are looking to bounce back from their current 4-game losing streak, Gabe Jackson agree to a five-year, $56 million deal with the Raiders, Julio Jones' high school coach reports that he kept Julio from Pete Carroll during the recruiting process, John Calipari says he didn't inquire about the Knick GM position, he's staying at Kentucky, Brett Favre says it would be a dream to coach at Green Bay. Gee and Jeron take callers asking any questions they want to ask. The guys go Behind the Lines to talk the Seahawks Super Bowl team.
John Clayton talks to Mariners reporter Greg Johns about Mariners pitcher Edwin Diaz as to whether they should stay with him or make adjustments accordingly being that Diaz was a big factor in the Mariners last two losses. Gee Scott and Clayton take text questions and among many of them they were asked how far would UW football make it next season. Then Clayton talks to Bob Stelton and asks what he thinks the Mariners should do with Edwin Diaz.
John Clayton and Gee Scott go over today's Top 5: Edwin Diaz blows lead in the 9th in yesterday's game against the Phillies, Drew Smyly is having Tommy John surgery and his season is over, Chris Paul has been traded to the Houston Rockets for a myriad of players, the Cubs Miguel Montero is designated for assignment after calling out Jake Arrieta, NFL notes: Jim Irsay hacked? Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle comes on to talk the recent Rockets Clippers trade. Gee Scott goes Behind the Lines to talk Russell Wilson.
John Clayton is in studio! John and Gee go over today's top 5: the M's fall 8-2 to the Phillies, Drew Smyly suffers a setback in recovery, Phil Jackson and the Knicks agree to mutually part ways, Conor Orr of NFL.com ranks the Seahawks as the 4th most underrated WR corps, and Zach Orr has gotten a 2nd opinion on his spine condition. Also, NFL analyst Brian Billick joins the show and we go Behind the Lines with Gee Scott.
Max Povse of the Mariners joins John to talk about getting the call up from the Mariners and adjusting to becoming a reliever after being a starting pitcher most of his baseball career. Then, John and Gee discuss how they see the battle for the NFC West playing out. The show ends early for Mariners baseball.
John Clayton talks to American sportswriter and analyst Phile Steele about the Washington Huskies possibly having a different outcome in the playoffs if linebacker Azeem Victor and Defensive linemen Jojo Mathis had not gotten injured. In the 'Text Hour' among many questions asked, Clayton is asked whether UW quarterback Jake Browning would go first round in the NFL draft. Then Clayton talks to Bob Stelton about UW having a good chance of going 12-0 in the 2017 season, BUT that USC would win the south and beat UW in the Pac-12 championship.
John Clayton and Gee Scott go over today's Top 5: After a day off the Mariners look to bounce back from the Astros series, taking on the Phillies tonight, The Seahawks release training camp dates and the Chiefs have requested to interview Seahawks co-director of player personnel, Russell Westbrook wins this year's MVP at NBA Awards, Tom Brady is the number 1 players on NFL's top 100 list, and Nick Fairley is ruled out for 2017 season due to a heart issue. Dave Wyman comes on the show to talk Seahawks not being rated as highly as they should be with the Professor. Gee Scott goes Behind the Lines and finds out that Seahawks players have been working out instead of being on vacation.
John Clayton talks to sports journalist Shannon Drayer about the Mariners seeming out of it after a weird call that was made at home plate in their last game. They also talk about Felix Hernandez bouncing back and how he was able to finish 6 innings. Does Hernandez look like his old self at all? Then in the 'Text Hour' among various questions asked Gee Scott asks Clayton who would be his number one receiver: Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham, or Julio Jones? Clayton finishes up talking to Bob Stelton about the reasons why the Marines may have had so many injuries this year.
John Clayton and Gee Scott go over today's Top 5: The Seattle Mariners win big in King Felix's return Friday but drop the next 2 games to the Astros, M's continue struggling with injuries with Smyly to return mid-July and Gamel straining his groin, Jordan Spieth wins the Traveler's Championship with a bunker chip-in for a playoff victory, the Cav's apparently were involved in a three-way trade leading up to the NBA draft, NFL news: Cam Newton throws for the first time since his injury and the QB battle heats up in Denver. John and Gee discuss contracts and NFL QB's after Derek Carr signs biggest NFL contract. Gee Scott goes Behind the Lines and talks Seahawks running back of the future C.J. Prosise.
John Clayton talks to ESPN sportswriter Bill Barnwell about his opinion on tanking. Is tanking really the best method for sports like football and basketball? Clayton then talks to Groz about the Mariners needing to win 16 homes games out of 19 to win the series.
John Clayton is on by himself today and goes over today's Top 5: The Mariners complete a 4-game sweep of the Tigers after a 7-inning debut start from Andrew Moore, Felix Hernandez makes his first start since returning from the DL tonight against the Houston Astros, The NBA Draft took place last night and after a lot of talk there weren't many surprises and Markelle Fultz went number 1, Derek Carr becomes highest paid player in the NFL with a 5 year $125 million contract, Kansas City Chiefs retain coach Andy Reid but fire GM John Dorsey. Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com comes on the show to talk to the Professor about how hitters have caught up to the pitching in the league. Behind the Lines is with John Boyle of Seahawks.com today and he talks with John about the Derek Carr contracts and NFL contracts in general.
Gee Scott talks to former Seahawk Brandon Mebane, who tells his story about how he was being racially discriminated against when trying to move into a particular area where it seemed as if the area was not pro-black. Gee then speaks on some interesting topics with Groz including if Groz believes in the Mariners and why.
Gee Scott fills in for John Clayton today and he goes over the Top 5: Jarrod Dyson breaks up Justin Verlander's perfect game in route to Mariners win, Mariners call up Andrew Moore to start Thursday nights game to replace Gallardo, Phil Jackson has a poor interview and the NBA draft is tonight, Derek Carr signs $25 million deal for 5-years with the Raiders to become highest paid NFL player, Green Bay Packers fan sues Chicago Bears after they kicked him off the sideline for wearing packers gear. Gee takes calls on whether fans are more excited to see Andrew Moore's debut tonight or Felix's return on Friday. On Behind the Lines Mina Kimes joins Gee to talk New York Knicks story, Seahawks and NBA draft.
John Clayton brings Mariners expert Nathan Bishop on the show to talk possible wildcard run, draft picks for the M's, and what to expect when the team is fully healthy. Today, John's podcast was previewed and on text questions the Professor is asked: "Which team in the NFL will have the most dominant defense this year?" The Groz comes on to talk Mariners, specifically players returning from the DL and the upcoming Astros series.
John Clayton and Gee Scott go over today's Top 5: Mariners win last night after 10 innings on a Kyle Seager walkoff double, Segura returns tonight from the DL but Iwakuma is delayed in his return, Duke's Coach K has an idea to help one-and-done's in College basketball, Patriots sign ex-Jets linebacker David Harris, Packers fan goes changes his last name to Packer after marrying a woman with that last name. Seattle Storm Head Coach Jenny Boucek comes on to talk with the Professor. Gee Scott goes Behind the Lines and talks hardest hitting Seahawks players of all time.
John Clayton has Trey Wingo of NFL Live on the show to talk NFL, the Kaepernick situation and intimidating teams. Following the interview John and Gee have a deep discussion about most intimidating NFL teams. Today on text questions John is asked: "What is the greatest invention of all-time?" The Groz comes on the show to talk Mariners, NBA Draft and gives his thoughts on the NFL discussion from earlier.
John Clayton and Gee Scott go over today's Top 5: Mariners start their home-stand with a 6-2 win over the Tigers, Iwakuma and Segura make rehab starts in Tacoma last night, The Cleveland Cavaliers dismiss general manager David Griffin, Dak Prescott is #14 on the NFL's top 100 list, above Russell Wilson, Tiger Woods is checking into a treatment facility after his recent DUI. John McGrath of the News Tribune joins the Professor to talk Mariners, their current home-stand, Mike Zunino and Mariner pitching. Gee Scott goes Behind the Lines with his concerns for the Seahawks after OTA's: he talks the run game, kicking and the secondary.
John Clayton has Shannon Drayer on the show to talk Mariners: Trade deadline looming, pitchers returning from injury, and the resurgence of Mike Zunino. On text questions today John is asked, "Will Dak Prescott have a chance to overtake Russell Wilson in his career?" The Groz comes on to talk NBA draft trading between the Celtics and 76ers and the Mariners home-stand.
John Clayton and Gee Scott talk today's Top 5: The Mariners drop the series to the Rangers but start the home-stand coming off of a win, The Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers agree to exchange draft picks, Brooks Koepka wins the U.S. Open this past weekend, Dean Blandino tells Colin Cowherd celebration changes were to reach millennials, and NFL talk - Eric Decker signs a 1-year contract with the Titans. Kevin O'Connor of The Ringer talks the NBA draft and top priority draft prospects with John Clayton. Gee Scott goes Behind the Lines to check in on the Seahawks offensive line and how the players are handling the preseason O-line excitement.
Mark Schlereth joins John to discuss stories from around the NFL as mini-camps wrap up. Then, the Professor answers your text questions and Groz stops by to talk about the Seahawks off season training coming to a close.
Top Five Stories of the Day: Twins take series as M's fall 6-2 yesterday, M's injury update, Takeaways from Seahawks minicamp, Draymond Green calls out LeBron, and NFL notes from around the league. Plus, Seahawks Guard Germain Ifedi and beat writer Sheil Kapadia join the show.
John talks with Dave Wyman about what is going on at Seahawks camp. John takes your text questions, and is joined for the final segment by Gee Scott to talk about Michael Bennett's comments from Brock and Salk.
Top Five Stories of the Day: Mariners get shelled 20-7 by the Twins, Christian Bergman gives up 10 hits in two and two thirds innings. Pete Carroll says the Seahawks would like to get a deal done with Kam Chancellor. Andrew Luck might not be ready for camp, and Jason Peters gets a new extension. John talks with Seahawks Kicker, Blair Walsh, on the Venue Kings hotline. Next, John goes behind the lines with Gee Scott.
Steve Raible of KIRO TV, joins John Clayton to talk about the upcoming season for the Seahawks and the changes he has seen in the NFL over time. Later in the show Gee and John Clayton take your text questions. Finally, Bob comes into the studio to talk about Safeco Field name changes and what's on "Bob, Groz, and Tom" today.