Date: Mon March 4, 2013
Show: Afternoons with the Go 2 Guy
It's franchise tag day in the NFL and man, it's gotten boring. Punters getting franchised seems to be more of a trend these days.
Is the middle class in the NFL disappearing? If the Seahawks are going to maintain a young group, they're going to have to continue to make strong late-round draft choices and make some tough decisions on who they can afford to keep. Plus, are rookie contracts fair, when the average career of an NFL player is less than four years?
Kevin Calabro joins us from Philadelphia and discusses Andrew Bynum and what's gone wrong with him lately. He says that Klay Thompson's dad, Mychal, manages his money for him because he doesn't want to see him make mistakes that he witnessed when he was in the league. He also says that even though Kevin Johnson has announced his whales, there's still no number out there as to how much the offer is worth. He still favors Seattle at the end of the day.
The Gonzaga Bulldogs are number one in the country, but they're strength of schedule might not lend itself to the teams they'll face in the NCAA tournament.
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