Sports Illustrated’s Senior NFL writer and MMQB columnist Greg Bedard joined Gresh & Zo on Friday to break down all things NFL.

Things started with the Riley Cooper situation, with things getting messy in the city of brotherly love after the 25-year-old wide receiver was filmed dropping a racial slur at a Kenny Chesney concert. Greg described it as an incredibly difficult spot for the Eagles to be in, and that there is “no playbook” for how to handle the situation.

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Next up was some Tim Tebow talk, with Bedard addressing the future of quarterback in New England. Bedard says he would be surprised if Tebow is not on this team for Week 1.

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Staying with the Patriots, Bedard said he believes this biggest key for this team is going to be production out of the tight end position. It is obviously impossible to replace what Gronk and Hernandez brought together, but the Pats need their remaining tight ends to be somewhat productive.

The guys continue to break down more things Patriots from the state of the secondary to the potential of the running game.

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