Check out the highlights from the Thursday edition of "The Herd with Colin Cowherd."
Ravens QB Joe Flacco talks about dealing with the replacement officials, the improvements he's made in his game, his contract status and the outlook for the season. Listen
ESPN MLB analyst Curt Schilling says Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine did irreparable harm to the coaches he called out. Some of those coaches will never work again. Listen
ESPN's Trey Wingo and Mark Schlereth join Colin Cowherd to break down the biggest NFL games of Week 5. Listen
NBA executive VP Stu Jackson says years of observations have given the NBA the sense that flopping is negatively affecting the game. Players have become so good that it's hard for officials to make the call. Listen
NFL Films' Greg Cosell says Cowboys QB Tony Romo erases a lot of the mistakes the offensive line makes in Dallas. They can't block anyone one-on-one. Listen
"Spanning the Globe" features Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan, ESPN's Bob Holtzman and ESPN.com's Jerry Crasnick. Listen
Play Podcast ESPN MLB Insider Tim Kurkjian talks about the Mariners' signing of Robinson Cano, whether the Yankees could be better without Cano, the Mets' addition of Curtis Granderson and more.
Play Podcast ESPN NFL reporter Sal Paolantonio gives his takes on what to expect during Panthers-Saints, Lions-Eagles, Seahawks-49ers and more.
Play Podcast Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan weighs in on the Mariners' signing of Robinson Cano, whether the Yankees undervalued Cano and more.
Play Podcast Colin Cowherd makes his picks for Week 14 of the NFL season in the "Blazing Five."
Play Podcast Colin Cowherd reacts to the decision to not pursue charges against Jameis Winston and the tone of Florida state attorney Willie Meggs' press conference.
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