Show in Review

Apr
25
Ryan TannehillBrett Davis/US PresswireAdam Schefter tells the guys about Ryan Tannehill, the NFL draft, trade rumors and much more.

ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter shares his thoughts on the Vikings' plans for the No. 3 pick in the draft, potential destinations for Ryan Tannehill, the punishment of players who were involved in the Saints' illegal bounty system and more. Schefter

ESPN NFL draft Insider Todd McShay talks about why he has the Vikings selecting Morris Claiborne with the No. 3 pick in his latest mock draft, trade rumors, Matt Kalil, Trent Richardson, Ryan Tannehill and more. McShay

ESPN NFL analyst Jerry Rice dishes on his draft experience, Justin Blackmon, Michael Floyd, the biggest challenges that rookie WRs face during their rookie seasons and more. Plus, Rice helps make an announcement regarding Mike Greenberg's upcoming dance for the show's "Sheets of Integrity" wager. Rice

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith comments on the seven-game suspension of Metta World Peace, his expectations for the Lakers in the postseason, why he thinks the Spurs are the most consistent team heading into the playoffs, whether the Pacers could challenge the Heat in the East, the Grizzlies' potential and more. Smith

ESPN NBA analyst Tim Legler discusses Metta World Peace's seven-game suspension, how the Pacers stack up against the top teams in the East, a potential postseason matchup between the Knicks and the Heat, Steve Nash's future, the Bulls, the Celtics, the Spurs, the Thunder and more. Legler

SI's Peter King covers the Saints' controversies, teams that could move up in the first round of the draft, potential landing spots for Ryan Tannehill and more. King

• Greeny and Golic give their takes on the decisions made by the Heat and the Celtics to rest most of their top players. CNBC's Darren Rovell weighs in on whether fans have any legal recourse when stars are held out of games. Listen

• Greeny and Golic react to the seven-game suspension of Metta World Peace for elbowing James Harden and more. Listen

• Dominique Ferguson will enter the NBA draft after Florida International denied his request to be released from his scholarship. Greeny and Golic can't believe that another university won't allow a student-athlete to transfer. Listen

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