Thursday’s WISE Sports Radio segment is typically NFL-focused, but there was one baseball story we didn’t get to touch on with Monday’s holiday. So we discussed Tommy Pham slapping Joc Pederson over a fantasy football dispute, which might end up being the most absurd sports story of 2022.
On to the NFL, Pat Ryan, Mike Gore, and I cover Ryan Fitzpatrick retiring after a 17-season career, the management style of Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper, Marion Barber III passing away, and Tom Brady teases Josh Allen.
Many NFL teams will go into the 2021 season with new quarterbacks under center. It’s probably not a surprise that one of them is the Houston Texans, who are starting Tyrod Taylor because of the nearly two dozen lawsuits Deshaun Watson faces alleging sexual assault and misconduct.
For our WISE Sports Radio NFL segment, we also discuss the San Francisco 49ers not announcing their starter, though Jimmy Garoppolo seems pretty happy with the decision. Why was Denver Broncos linebacker Bradley Chubb arrested? And is Patrick Mahomes the easy choice for NFL Most Valuable Player or are there any other viable candidates?
The curious choice of Matt Rhule as the Carolina Panthers’ new head coach was the main topic for Thursday’s WISE Sports Radio segment. But at least one other team (the New York Giants) reportedly wanted him and the mor
Pat Ryan, Mike Gore, and I also discuss the decision Tom Brady and the New England Patriots have to make, the Dallas Cowboys hiring Mike McCarthy, the Giants’ surprise hire of Patriots’ assistant coach Joe Judge, and the future of Mike’s beloved Buffalo Bills.