Mina Kimes joins Gee Scott to discuss her recent story on Aaron Rodgers, his high regard for Marshawn, and her opinions on the Seahawks final roster. Then, Gee takes your text questions and the Groz stops by with his opinion on the possibility of a Jermaine Kearse trade.
The Professor is on his way to Oakland for the game tonight so Gee Scott brings you the 5 biggest stories of the day! There are reports that the Seahawks are looking to trade Jermaine Kearse, the Seahawks play their final preseason game tonight and make roster cuts Saturday, The Mariners drop their 5th straight and get swept by the Orioles, Florida suspends 10 players for their season opener against Michigan, and the Steelers sign CB Joe Haden. Then, Gee takes your calls on Jermaine Kearse, should he be traded?
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the Mariners trade for Cardinals pitcher Mike Leake, the new NFL roster cut date providing some extra competition for the Seahawks, the possibility of Seattle hosting a Super Bowl or NFL Draft, the release of Kevin Durant's "red velvet" Nike shoe, and the NFL cancelling the Texans Cowboys preseason game. Then, Cassius Marsh joins John to discuss his impressive camp and we bring you the first installment of Washington Wednesdays. The Professor breaks down a UW draft prospect while Gee brings you more background on a recruit. The show ends after the first hour today for the early Mariners game.
Seattle Seahawk, Marcus Smith, joins John Clayton via the Venue Kings Hotline; then your text questions are answered. And the daily favorite, The Groz, sits down with The Professor to talk about suspension appeals in the NFL.
It's the last day at the VMAC for the media, so John Clayton and Gee Scott are soaking it all up. They start off with the Top 5 stories of the day which includes a "new circle" instead of a "process" concerning some Seahawk players, which is the verbiage of Pete Carroll. The Mariners are currently sitting at .500 and The Professor thinks if they finish this roadtrip at .500 it will be successful. And Azeem Victor and Austin Joyner from UW, suspended for the season opener at Rutgers. Then, John Clayton takes your calls on who you think will make the Seahawks 53 man roster; and then he goes Behind the Lines with Gee Scott.
The Mariners are still in the AL Wildcard race. Shannon Drayer joins The Professor via the Venue Kings Hotline, to look ahead at the rest of the schedule and how September call-ups could help the Mariners. And for who to keep an eye out for as far as the other teams in the Wildcard Race. Then your text questions are answered and your daily dose of The Groz.
The Professor wastes no time getting to the Top Five stories of the day with the Seahawks, Mariners, Mayweather vs. McGregor, Cavs are seeking more from the Celtics, and more ACL injuries in the NFL. Then John Clayton and Gee Scott break down who they think will make the Seahawks 53 man-roster.
Warren Moon joins Gee and tells us what he will be watching for into tonight's Seahawks preseason game. Then, Gee takes your text questions and The Groz tells us who he thinks is going to win a roster spot tonight.
The Professor is out today but Gee Scott brings you the top 5 stories of the Day! The Seahawks face the Chiefs tonight in the 3rd preseason game, the Mariners start a big series with the Yankees, Trey Wingo says the Seahawks may struggle this year, the Yankees and Tigers brawl 3 times in 1 game, and the Chargers fire an equipment manger after 39 years of employment. Then, Gee takes your calls on the Mayweather McGregor fight and Tom Wassell joins Gee for a discussion on what Seahawks jersey you should get if you want to make sure the player will still be here next year.
ESPN senior writer Mina Kimes joins Gee Scott to discuss who's making a case for themselves to make the Seahawks final roster, then Gee takes your text questions, and the Groz stops by.
The Professor is out today but Gee Scott brings you the Top 5 stories of the day! The M's rallied for a 9-6 win over the Braves but Cano and Herredia left the game injured, What really happened with the ESPN Robert Lee story, 3 NFL QB's appear to be losing starting jobs, Rich Hill accomplishes something that hasn't been done in the MLB in 100 seasons but it's not good, and Doug Baldwin has his own cereal. Then, Gee takes your calls on who makes the Seahawks roster at RB and Seahawks rookie Nazair Jones joins the show.
Seahawks Special Teams Coach, Brian Schneider, joins the Professor via the Venue Kings Hotline to discuss how strong this group really is. Then your text questions are answered and John Clayton talks with Groz about the rest of the Mariners schedule and their Wildcard race.
Live at the VMAC for the Seahawks Family Day, John Clayton discusses the Top Five stories of the day with Gee Scott which includes the Cavs trading Kyrie Irving for Isaiah Thomas. And Tom Cable says the Seahawks have three options at left tackle, but prefers not to shuffle the offensive line. Mike Sando, from ESPN.com, released the top tier NFL Quarterbacks voted by league insiders, and you'll never guess where Russell Wilson is at? Then the Professor goes Behind the Lines with Gee Scott looking deep into the offensive line.
Top five stories of the day: The Seahawks trade for Eagles' guard Matt Tobin, Mariners edge out a win against the Atlanta Braves, The Associated Press released their college football rankings including Washington and Washington State, Odell Beckham Jr. suffers a low leg injury and Trevor Siemian wins the starting job for the Denver Broncos. Bill Barnwell of ESPN.com gave his Perfect NFL Roster article as he joins The Professor to talk about his thought process. John and Gee go Behind the Lines to talk training camp.
Sean Salisbury and The Professor take you four downs with QB questions in Indy, Dallas, and New York and answer the question who will be a starter next year Garoppolo or McCarron? Then, John takes your text questions and Groz stops by to discuss the Seahawks offensive line following Fant's injury.
John sits down with Blair Walsh and Chris Carson to discuss the upcoming season, and the opportunities they have. John and Gee take your text questions, then John is joined by the Groz.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss George Fant's season ending injury, who increased their chance of making the Seahawks final roster in Friday's preseason game, the Big 3 bringing some basketball legends to Key Arena over the weekend, The M's winning another series, and Roger Goodell getting close to a big extension. Then, Shannon Drayer joins the show from Atlanta to discuss today's M's game and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
The Professor previews the NFC South with Falcons beat writer D. Orlando Ledbetter and takes your text questions. Then, Tom Wassell joins John to discuss the Mariners road trip and what Justin Britt's new deal means for the Seahawks.
In the top 5 John discusses the details of Justin Britt's new deal, the Seahawks pre-season game against the Vikings, an update on the M's pitching injuries, comments by DeMaurice Smith on a possible lockout in 2021, and the Jaguars lack of talent at the QB position. Then, Steve Raible joins the professor to discuss tonight's game and John Boyle of Seahawks.com takes us Behind the Lines.
In today's Top 5, John and Gee discuss Tramaine Brock signing a one-year deal and practicing immediately, the Mariners winning 7-6, the NFL and NFLPA clashing over the Ezekiel Elliott case, Chris Sheridan tweeting that there is no doubt LeBron is leaving Cleveland next year, and a variety of NFL notes. Also, we take your calls and go Behind the Lines with Gee Scott.
Lorenzo Neal joins John to discuss presenting Ladanian Tomlinson at the Hall of Fame and how the fullback position is evolving in the NFL. Then, the Professor takes your text questions, and Bob Stelton stops by to talk Justin Britt's new deal with the Seahawks.
Hour two of John Clayton starts off with The Professor joined by Seahawks linebacker Terrence Garvin. Garvin lets Clayton know how his first training camp with the Seahawks compares to his previous with other organizations and they also break down his pick six in the team's preseason opener. The shorter hour wraps with a visit from 710 ESPN's Dave Wyman who gives John his training camp observations heading into week two of the preseason.
The Mariners get back on the winning side of things, Tom Cable gave insight as to what the Seahawks' offensive line could look like going forward, and the Seahawks are dealing with some injuries to key players. That's all here in Wednesday's top five stories. Mariners Insider Shannon Drayer joins John as they look at the long road trip they have in front of them. In Behind the Lines, John and Gee Scott discuss the Seahawks' signing of Tramaine Brock as well as look at the offensive line.
Football is back and so is Four Downs with Sean Salisbury! Then your text questions are answered and the Groz stops by to recap the morning buzz about Tramaine Brock's workout with the Seahawks.
The Professor is out at the VMAC soaking up the sunshine and the Seahawks practice. In the Top Five, the Mariners have lost five in-a-row at home, but they are still only 2.5 games out of the AL Wildcard. And the Seahawks are working out Cornerback Tramaine Brock today at training camp. Dave Wyman made the bold prediction that the Seahawks will head to the 2017 Superbowl, John Clayton takes your calls to see if you agree or disagree with Dave Wyman. Then he goes behind the lines with Gee Scott, to find out why Gee is a little skeptical about this current Seahawks team making it's way to the Superbowl this year.