TJ Zuppe talks about the Indians' offseason departures of Carlos Santana and Jay Bruce, where the team sits right now amongst the American League favorites, the reported deal the Indians had in place to move Jason Kipnis to the Mets that got turned down and the expectations for Francisco Mejia going into next season.
Rob Demovsky talks about John Dorsey's front office additions in Eliot Wolf and Alonzo Highsmith, Dorsey's makeup and ability to acquire talent, the future for Hue Jackson and Mike Pettine's hire as the Packers' defensive coordinator.
Chris Landry talks about the Browns' hirings in the front office, the organization's decision to turn down an opportunity to coach in the Senior Bowl for a second-straight year, veteran quarterbacks that could be on the market this offseason and the playoffs going forward.
Albert Breer talks about the Browns' recent front office hires, the key to this working in weaving the scouting and coaching staff together, why he thinks Sam Darnold is still the favorite to be the No. 1 overall pick and the upcoming offseason for Kirk Cousins
Ralph Russo talks about about Alabama's comeback win over Georgia in the College Football Playoff Championship, Nick Saban's move to Tua Tagovailoa from Jalen Hurts after halftime, the debate between Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold with the No. 1 pick and Saban's place in history amongst the greatest coaches in football history.
Andrew Brandt talks about the Browns' pursuit of Eliot Wolf to work alongside John Dorsey, the model this front office is bringing to Cleveland with Dorsey and Alonzo Highsmith, the necessity for a cap specialist and if he's surprised Hue Jackson will be back next season
Soren Petro talks about the Chiefs' latest playoff loss, Alex Smith's future and why he doesn't believe it's in Kansas City, the organization's thought process with Pat Mahomes, the price tag for Smith and John Dorsey's resume as a GM
Cole Cubelic talks about about the national championship matchup between Alabama and Georgia, the playoff committee's objective in getting the four best teams in, whether Nick Saban has an advantage over his former assistant in Kirby Smart and who he would take at the top of the NFL Draft.
Dave McMenamin talks about the Cavs' process in getting Isaiah Thomas healthy and comfortable in the offense, Kevin Love's role and efficiency right now, the team's thought process heading into the trade deadline in February and the likely rotation once playoff time arrives
Christopher Price talks about the story about the uncertain future for the Robert Kraft/Bill Belichick/Tom Brady trio, the tension between Brady's trainer and the organization, Josh McDaniels' future and if the Patriots can win it all, again
Beau Bishop talks about once being in a wedding with Britney Spears, the 0-16 parade that Browns fans will take part in on Saturday, the quarterback debate for the Browns at the top of the draft and Alabama's matchup with Georgia in the College Football Playoff Championship on Monday.