Former NFL head coach Herm Edwards joins the show to talk with John about everything happening in free agency. Why weren't the Hawks able to lock down T.J. Lang? What are the other options out there for the offensive line? Then, John answers your texted in questions. Plus, Dave Grosby of Bob, Groz, and Tom joins John to discuss his recent trip to Las Vegas for the Pac-12 Tournament.
John Clayton breaks down all the recent events with free agents, rumors surrounding the recent releases and the question about Tony Romo's destination next season. John takes your text-in questions including questions on the running back free agent market, thoughts on Jimmy Garoppolo's asking price if he gets moved and what are the odds he would ever work for the Cleveland Browns? Bob Stelton joins the show to talk about the offensive line plans for the Seahawks.
John Clayton's top five stories of the day: Luke Joeckel signs with Seattle, Russell Okung signs with the Chargers, Browns and Texans go creative with their trade, Alshon Jeffery signs with the Eagles and Kirk Cousins signs his tender, meaning he's available to trade. Aaron Goldsmith, one of the voices of the Mariners, joins The Professor to talk Spring Training notes and 'Whatever It Takes". John goes Behind The Lines with Gee Scott about Luke Joeckel and Russell Okung.
Peter King (Sports Illustrated) joins the show to talk about the start of NFL Free Agency. Listener Questions: Are former Huskies, Kevin King and Sidney Jones options for the Seahawks? Storytime with The Groz: Will the Seahawks actually make a change on the o-line?
Top 5 Stories of the Day: Lots of free agent updates, including the departure of Steven Hauschka. Listener Question: Do you think the Seahawks should be more or less active in free agency? Behind the Lines with Gee Scott: Are the Seahawks on the verge of a big move?
Jonah Kari of CBS and Sports Illustrated joins John Clayton as he discusses the state of baseball, the proposed rule changes, how social media and baseball should operate going forward and much more. John takes your text-in questions about every single potential free agent in the NFL. The Groz joins The Professor to discuss his time down in Las Vegas right now.
The top five stories of the day: Mike and Mike question the Seahawks' ability to protect Adrian Peterson if he signs, Sheil Kapadia reports the non-tenders of DeShawn Shead and Brock Coyle, Brandon Marshall signs with the New York Giants, Scot McCloughan remains MIA and Dirk Nowitzki eclipses the 30,000 point mark in his career. Dave Wyman joins John to talk about free agency and The Professor goes Behind the Lines with Gee Scott.
Mike Sando (ESPN) joins the show to talk about NFL free agency. Listener Questions: Is DJ Fluker a fit for the Seahawks? Who will be the starting running back next season? Storytime with The Groz: Should the UW men's basketball team make a coaching change?
Top Five Stories of the Day: Free agency negotiation period starts today, DJ Fluker joins an already solid o-line free agent class, Seahawks offer a free agent tender to Gary Gilliam, Mariners top Rangers and T.O. continues his battle with HOF committee. Listener Question: Who is the one player you want the Seahawks to sign? Behind the Lines with Gee Scott: Should the Seahawks expect another big year from Justin Britt?
Dave Boling of The News Tribune joins the show to talk about all the news surrounding the Mariners, the NFL Combine and the Seahawks. The Professor answers your text-in questions about NFL Combine prospects, free agents on the move and a slew of potential Seahawks moves. The immaculate Dave Grosby joins John to round out the show.
The Professor is back home to give you the top five stories of the day: John Ross breaks the NFL Combine record for the 40 yard, Felix gets his last Spring Training reps in before heading out for the WBC, Mike Glennon talks are heating up around the NFL, Julius Peppers has re-signed with the Green Bay Packers and Michael Porter Jr. and Nathan Hale complete their undefeated season. Shannon Drayer gives us a mariachi-accompanied report from Spring Training as the team celebrates Leonys Martin's birthday. Gee Scott and John Clayton go Behind the Lines as they talk about the stacked talent on the defensive side of the ball in the NFL Draft.
Joe Lunardi of ESPN joins John Clayton to talk about the NCAA Tournament and Gonzaga's odds at making the full run. John rounds out the top five stories of the day as the Mariners keep winning and John has his last day at the Combine. John takes your text-in questions and is joined by Tom Wassell to talk NFL Combine thoughts.
Doug Farrar from the Bleacher Report kicks off the show with The Professor to talk NFL Combine. John has three of the top five stories for the first hour as he talks about Pete Carroll's comments about Richard Sherman, rumors about Colin Kaepernick going to Seattle and Brandon Marshall being released from the Jets. Both men are on the road but that doesn't stop Gee Scott and John Clayton from going Behind The Lines.
Top Five Stories of the Day: John Schneider speaks at the NFL Combine, Jerry Dipoto continues to make deals, Robinson Cano gives his opinion on who the most impressive player has been in Spring Training thus far, Todd McShay says this years RB class is the best since 2008 and Stephen A. Smith questions why the Patriots are holding on to Jimmy Garoppolo. Listener Questions: Will the Seahawks resign Luke Willson? Storytime with The Groz: What should fans make of the Mariner's trades?
Pete Carroll joins the show from the NFL Combine to talk about the draft, free agency and player development. Rick Neuheisel (CBS Sports College Football Analyst) sits down with John to talk about his coaching days. Behind the Lines with Gee Scott: Are the Seahawks happy with the current o-line situation?
John brings you the top five stories of the day: Russell Okung expresses some interest in returning to Seattle, Mariners defeat the White Sox 8-1 with Felix starting, Adrian Peterson and Jamaal Charles are now free agents, Adam Schefter and Mark Dominik explain why the Patriots are holding onto Jimmy Garappolo for now and John gives us the scoop at the combine. John takes your text-in questions and The Groz joins the show.
The Professor kicks off the show with a visit from John Schneider, Seahawks General Manager, about his plans and thoughts on this years NFL Draft. John and Gee go Behind The Lines to talk about his thoughts on the offensive line and what would be best for the group.
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?