Days after reactivating running back Adrian Peterson, the Minnesota Vikings announced this morning at 2:30am that they placed Peterson on the exempt/commissioner's permission list, which means they'll continue to pay him but he won't be playing for the near future. Gresh, Zolak and Albert Breer discuss.
Wide receiver Danny Amendola has had one, maybe two standout games during his tenure with the Patriots. Has he fallen out of favor with Tom Brady? Is he still injured? Why can't he contribute? Andy Gresh, Scott Zolak and the NFL Network's Albert Breer weigh in.
The NFL has no clear cut policy on how to deal with arrested/indicted/charged players. Adrian Peterson proves that. The guys took calls on AP and advertisers potentially pulling out their sponsorships.
Toucher & Rich are fascinated by this rapper out of Miami. Baltimore clinched the AL East. The Nationals clinched the NL East. The guys discussed that, plus everything else that happened last night in sports.
Toucher & Rich are fascinated by this 19-year-old rapper out of Miami. He goes by the name of 'Stitches.' He's a caucasian male covered in tattoos that loves drug dealing and the intricacies of the cocaine trade.
In the wake of news on Tuesday that advertisers including Nike and Radisson are distancing themselves from the Minnestoa Vikings in the wake of the Adrian Peterosn scandal, could more lucrative sponsors follow suit?
In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz discuss the Radisson Hotels decision to suspend their sponsorship with the Minnesota Vikings due to the reinstatement of Adrian Peterson after child abuse accusations. How have the Patriots handled the scandals that are going on? To wrap up the day, it’s the Final Word with Marc Bertrand.
During Hour 3, Felger and Massarotti got back into the passing game of the Patriots. Is Tom Brady having a problem getting on the same page as some of the wide receivers? Finally, the guys discussed the latest news involving Tony Stewart and whether or not he will face charges in the death of Kevin Ward Jr.