Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.
Steve Koonin, Atlanta Hawks CEO: “Looking Forward To Coming To Cleveland For A Hopefully Long Series”
Steve Koonin, Atlanta Hawks CEO describe the teams organizational approach and why they are confident about the series still.
Tom Reed, Browns Reporter shares thoughts on the off-season and the upcoming NFL Draft.
The Cleveland Browns added to their depth at tight end Thursday by signing veteran Rob Housler.
Joel Bitonio, Browns OL: “Go Trenches In The First Round Of The Draft, Some Sort Of Offensive Line Or Defensive Line”
Joel Bitonio, Browns OL chats about the moves in the off-season for the Browns
Browns reporter Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle Telgram joined Baskin & Phelps Monday to discuss a report that the Browns are the front runner for the HBO “Hard Knocks”, a possible scrimmage against the Buffalo Bills, if the draft strategy has changed since NFL free agency began, the possible cost to trade with the Titans for the #2 overall pick, and more.
The Browns were confident but not completely sure they had gotten their man until Thursday when Bowe agreed to a 2-year contract and subsequently signed it on Friday.
Browns Radio Network analyst Doug Dieken joined Baskin & Phelps Friday to discuss the reported signing of WR Dwayne Bowe, how he adds to the receiver corps, overpaying in free agency and what makes successful signings, how it’s refreshing to hear a FA like Tramon Williams complimenting the city of Cleveland and coming to the Browns, and more.
Free agent defensive tackle Ahtyba Rubin has agreed to the terms of a deal with the Seattle Seahawks, bolstering their defensive front.
Zierlein: When A Team Like Cleveland Commits To A “QB Of The Future”, Front Office Jobs Go On The Clock
NFL & Draft analyst Lance Zierlein joined Baskin & Phelps Wednesday to discuss Brian Hoyer signing on with the Texans and the impending competition between him and Ryan Mallett, if attempting to trade for Sam Bradford with a 1st rounder is a good idea, which QB’s and WR’s he likes in the draft, and more.