Cavs Dominate Trade Deadline, Olympics, NFL Offseason, Coaching Moves, and More!

Feb 09, 05:05 PM

Gregg Sussman and Matt Modica open the program talking about the great job GM LeBron James did at the trade deadline, and question whether the latest moves help or hurt the team. Gregg and Matt break down the action from the bobsledding event in Pyeongchang. The guys talk about Jimmy Garoppolo becoming the highest paid QB thanks to his $137M deal with the 49ers. Although, Gucci Super Fan Chris Ventra thinks the deal is too much. Gregg talks with Maria Marino about the NBA trade deadline, and what the new additions to the Cavaliers will do to help propel LeBron back to the NBA Finals. Jake Ciely joins the program as they look at the latest coaching moves in the NFL, with the guys thinking the Giants made the right move hiring Pat Shurmur. Jake brings up California's recently passed legislation that makes tackling illegal before the high school football level, and the guys roundtable their thoughts on curbing violence in football. The crew wonders whether Rob Gronkowski will answer the call to come to Hollywood and become a movie star. Gregg tells us that on this day in history the Philadelphia baseball team officially became the Phillies, and Monday Night Football named their new broadcast announcers, Al Michaels and John Madden.

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