Today’s show kicks off with a complaint of how drawn-out the NFL Draft is followed by some listener feedback. Then, Mitch and Scott dive into a draft review as Schneider adds three new Hawks to the roster over the weekend along with other league storylines. Featured guests are Western Michigan football coach Tim Lester, former front office NFL executive Randy Mueller, and Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson of ESPN and Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest. Later, the guys run through odds and ends including The Kentucky Derby, Disneyland’s reopening, and Jennifer Lopez moving from A-Rod back to Ben Affleck!
- Tim Lester | Western Michigan football coach
- Randy Mueller | NFL Executive of the Year (2000)
- Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
- Joe Fann | NBC Sports Northwest Seahawks insider
TABLE OF CONTENTS
0:00 | What does the NFL Draft and horse racing have in common?
20:12 | An inappropriate poem is swirling around Issaquah schools which is concerning to parents like Scott.
23:17 | The guys provide their initial impressions of the 2021 Seahawks draft class.
32:50 | What were the other top storylines throughout draft weekend?
41:09 | GUEST: Coach Tim Lester jumps aboard to provide a scouting report of Seattle’s newest wide receiver D’Wayne Eskridge from Western Michigan.
59:01 | GUEST: Randy Mueller returns to share some front office memories, the 2021 NFL draft, and offseason storylines across the league.
1:25:58 | GUESTS: Brady Henderson and Joe Fann are back to discuss their takeaways from Seahawks draft class.
1:53:16 | Back-to-back golf stories begin the “Other Stuff” segment.
1:57:41 | Bob Baffert notches his seventh Kentucky Derby victory with Medina Spirit.
2:02:31 | Elon Musk will be hosting Saturday Night Live next week much to the chagrin of several cast members.
2:05:30 | People are losing their minds since the reopening of Disneyland!
2:09:34 | Would you rather have dinner with Alex Rodriguez or Ben Affleck?
2:10:48 | RIP to Oscar winning actress Olympia Dukakis and wife of Kirk Douglas Anne Buydens.