D.Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal Constitution joins the Professor to talk about the possibility of the Falcons trading for Michael Bennett, we take your text questions, and Bob Stelton stops by to discuss the breaking news that the Mariners are reportedly finalizing a deal with Ichiro.
Seahawks GM John Schneider sits down with The Professor to discuss the shopping of Michael Bennett and working out the puzzle pieces of this 2018 team. Then your text questions are answered and John Clayton and The Groz compare the NHL expansion process between Seattle and Las Vegas.
Brady Henderson, from ESPN.com, reported that the Seahawks are shopping Michael Bennett. John Clayton breaks down the possibilities in the Top Five stories of the day. And where will football analytics be implicated in the 2018 NFL Season? Doug Farrar, NFL Lead Scout from Bleacher Report, breaks down how this could help change the game starting at the combine with The Professor.
The NHL season ticket drive begins today in Seattle! In the Top Five John discusses the UW basketball game against Oregon tonight as well as more news from the combine. Les Snead the GM of the Rams joins in to discuss trades, such as Marcus Peters. Behind the Lines, Mike Jurecki of the Arizona Cardinals joins in from our sister station in Phoenix.
It's been two months since we've heard from the Seahawks Head Coach. The Professor talks to Pete Carrol, live from the combine, about the future of this team with the veteran players and the new additions to the coaching staff. In the Report Card, John grades one baseball coach who won't recruit from Colorado. Then your combine text questions are answered by The Professor.
Pete Carroll joined 710 ESPN Seattle's John Clayton at the NFL Combine to catch up during Seattle's offseason.
The Professor describes the vibe at the combine and gives us a layout of what the week looks like in Indianapolis, In the Report Card, Jerry Jones is appealing the $2 million reimbursement fee. What should his grade be? Then the Groz stops by on his daily visit.
David Bonderman and Tim Leiweke have their eyes on the NHL but also want to move forward with the NBA. John Clayton discusses in the Top Five, the importance of having NHL in Seattle to move forward in this sports town. Then Vikings GM, Rick Spieman, joins The Professor live from the Combine.
Gee Scott is filling in for the Professor today. Scott goes over how the NFL is seeking millions in reimbursement for legal fees from Jerry Jones in the Top Five stories of the day. Then former President Barrack Obama comments on the fairness of the NBA and NCAA's system of obtaining players.
ESPN's Dan Graziano stops by through the Venue Kings Hotline to discuss the legal fees the NFL is seeking from Jerry Jones. Gee
Scott is answering some of your text questions. Finally, The Groz stops by for story time with Mariners baseball.
Two young pitchers fighting for a starting spot in the Mariners rotation made strong outings in their first Spring Training Games. Shannon Drayer, joins John Clayton to discuss the future of the two young stars, and the expectations for Felix Hernandez's first start. Then the Groz stops by to give more details on the NCAA FBI investigation.
The Seahawks have finalized their coaching staff for the 2018 season. The Professor goes over the new additions and how they will benefit this team in the Top Five stories of the day. Then Sheil Kapadia gives us a glance on how analytics could be used more in the NFL in the upcoming seasons.
UW Men's Basketball fell to Stanford last night. Does the NIT tournament seem more realistic for the Huskies? Ryan Clark from the News Tribune tells The Professor. Then in the Report Card, Mark Cuban admits to tell the Mavs they should tank the rest of the season. What should his grade be?
Ian Rapoport reported that the Seahawks aren't likely to franchise Sheldon Richardson. Why? John Clayton explains in the Top Five. Names a have been reported of players and schools who have violated NCAA regulations, and Josh Luchs joins The Professor to discuss the NCAA FBI Probe.
The Olympics have taken a turn for the better for USA. Women's Hockey took the Gold over Canada in a memorable game on a memorable day. Then Mike Sando from ESPN.com joins the Professor to preview the NFL draft and where some of these quarterbacks could land.
The Professor talks Seahawks and their defensive future with Dave Wyman. Later your text questions are answered and we talk with Bob Stelton about the USA Women's Hockey Gold Medal win over Canada.
NFL Media Analyst, Bucky Brooks, joins The Professor to discuss the upcoming NFL Draft class, and some good potentials for the Seahawks to sign. Then your text questions are answered and Bob Stelton is in for Groz.
Mariners First Baseman, Ryon Healy, spoke to the media yesterday about his hand surgery and his hope for a speedy and successful recovery process. And can Andrew Luck play for the Colts this upcoming season? John Clayton covers it on the Top 5 stories of the day. Then Shannon Drayer joins The Professor live from Spring Training to give some details on the current outlook on the Mariners Starting rotation and who will be fighting for the fifth spot.
In the top 5, John discusses today beginning the period in which NFL teams can franchise tag players, UW men's basketball breaking their 3 game losing streak with a big win over Colorado, more injury issues for the Mariners, MLB changing the pace of play rules, and Doug Martin and Brian Cushing being released. Then, the Professor reacts to Brock Huard's comments about Sheldon Richardson and the franchise tag, and looks at some other big names that could receive the franchise designation.
Sean Salisbury joins the Professor to go Four Downs of quarterback questions on Kirk Cousins, Teddy Bridgewater, Joe Flacco, and Blake Bortles. Then, in the Report Card John grades Fergie, Sandy Alderson, and a Russian Curler and we take your text questions. Plus the Groz stops by to discuss whether the MLB change of pace rules will have that much of an impact or not.
Danny Kelly from the Ringer joins the show to discuss some of the strengths and weaknesses of the 2018 draft class. Then, in the Report Card the Professor hands out grades for Charles Barkley playing drunk, Bill Walton's broadcast of the Golden State Portland game, and an overzealous Arizona cheerleader. Plus, the Groz and John talk UW basketball and their tournament chances following last night's loss.
In the top 5, John discusses the UW men's basketball loss to Utah, Tim Lincecum throwing for scouts in Kent, Bill Barnwell's ideas on the Seahawks free agency moves, A.J. McCarron winning his grievance to become a free agent, and NFL teams receiving league wide data from in game player tracking. Then, Larry Stone from the Seattle Times joins the show to talk Mariners and John breaks down the intriguing quarterback market this off season in the NFL.
Meril Hodge joins the show to talk Le'Veon Bell's contract demands, where the Steelers stand in the AFC, and share what Bill Parcells told him is the biggest key to winning consistently. Then, the Professor gives grades to Colin Cowherd, Johnny Manziel and Baker Mayfield in the Report Card, we take your text questions and the Groz stops by.
In the top 5 John discusses Ryon Healey's hand surgery, UW taking on Utah tonight, Larry Fitzgerald making the decision to keep playing, Sebastian Janikowski being released by the Raiders, and the Jets naming Jeremy bates their offensive coordinator. Then, John explains why people need to lower their expectations for the Seahawks in free agency, and ESPN.com's Bill Barnwell joins the Professor to discuss the Seahawks off season priorities.
Dave Wyman and John discuss the outlook at safety for the Seahawks if Kam Chancellor is not medically cleared and explore what an Earl Thomas trade could look like. Then, the professor gives his Report Card for Charles Haley's criticism of the Cowboys, Von Miller's social media courtship with Kirk Cousins, and Steve Kerr allowing his player's to coach. Plus, we take your text questions and the Groz and John discuss whether Seattle can be a hockey town.