To kick things off, the fellas have a laugh at the NIL money Shedeur Sanders is making before opening the listener mailbag which features a question about no show last week. Then, Mitch and Hotshot chat about how last year’s Issy softball team isn’t getting the band back together, Jerry Dipoto’s comments about the trade deadline strategy for the Mariners, and a sneaky strategy the Angels could pull by trading Shohei. A three-pack of guests are former Seahawks quarterback Rick Mirer, SI.com golf writer John Hawkins and acclaimed sports columnist with The Washington Post Sally Jenkins and John Hawkins. “Other Stuff” topics include clarification about Golden Tate’s allegations of hooking up with Russ’ ex, big changes to the Washington Commanders front office, and a valid will discovered within the couch of Aretha Franklin!
- Rick Mirer | Former Seahawks QB, 1993 2nd overall pick
- John Hawkins | SI.com Morning Read
- Sally Jenkins | The Right Call: What Sports Teach Us About Work and Life
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1:54 | Deion Sanders’ son Shedeur is raking in the cash and hasn’t even played a snap for Colorado.
4:30 | Frank in Fife wasn’t pleased about no show released last Monday.
26:54 | Will the 2022 Issaquah Little Leaguers run it back in 2023?
29:51 | Do you buy “Trader Jerry’s” remarks that the M’s won’t be big buyers at the trade deadline?
33:48 | There is only one circumstance that the Angels shouldn’t deal Shohei Ohtani to a contender.
44:35 | GUEST: Rick Mirer joins the show to chat about his rise through college football at Notre Dame to his time in Seattle and beyond.
1:15:39 | GUEST: “The Hawk” John Hawkins returns to recap The Open Championship won by Brian Harman in emphatic fashion.
1:36:45 | GUEST: The Washington Post sports columnist Sally Jenkins previews her latest book The Right Call: What Sports Teach Us About Work and Life.
1:59:36 | The “Other Stuff” segment includes discussion about the Golden Tate rumors about affairs with Russell Wilson’s ex-wife, a potential name change to the Washington football team again, and a will found in Aretha Franklin’s couch cushions!