Greeny and Golic welcome ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney (6:30 a.m. ET), ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter (7:15), SNY's Adam Schein (7:30), SI's Peter King (8:00), ESPN MLB Insider Jayson Stark (8:30) and ESPN investigative reporter T.J. Quinn (9:15) to the show on Tuesday. Plus, the guys kick off their "Two-A-Days" for the 2013 NFL season with the Giants and the Cowboys.
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ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim shares his thoughts on the benching of Robert Griffin III, whether Mike Shanahan will lose his job due to the decision, the motives behind starting Kirk Cousins and more.
Former MLB pitcher Roy Halladay reflects on his career and talks about his decision to retire, the changes in the MLB throughout his time in the league and more.
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher comments on Jameis Winston's candidacy for the Heisman Trophy, his relationship with Winston, the nature of the BCS standings and more.
Three-time World Series champion Tony La Russa talks about being elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame and more. Plus, 1997 World Series champion Jim Leyland congratulates La Russa.
ESPN NFL analyst Cris Carter covers the impact of Rob Gronkowski's injury, the Bears' win over the Cowboys, Alshon Jeffery's development, Chicago's QB situation and more.
ESPN NFL Insider John Clayton discusses the Bears' QBs, the state of the Cowboys' defense, Mike Shanahan's future with the Redskins, coaches that could be on the hot seat, illegal hits and more.
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn dishes on the success of his team's running game against Missouri, what contributed to the Tigers' turnaround, Nick Marshall's performance this season and more.
ESPN NFL analyst Mike Ditka reflects on his football career and discusses the impact of Rob Gronkowski's injury on the Patriots, Peyton Manning's performance against the Titans, the Saints' offense and more.