Talking NFL E-Mails With Andrew Brandt

Talking NFL E-Mails With Andrew Brandt

Former NFL executive Andrew Brandt joins the show to discuss Jon Gruden’s e-mails, the NFL, and the Washington Football Team. 

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This week we speak to former longtime Green Bay Packers executive Andrew Brandt about the leak of NFL emails and what they say about the league. Also, we have Choice Words about the latest attack on trans youth athletes coming out of Texas. In addition, I’ve got a few things to say about Kyrie Irving, and of course, we have Jake’s Takes.

Andrew Brandt
Twitter: @AndrewBrandt
Brandt at Villanova

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