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.

6:22-Kiley & Cairns discuss the Johnny Manziel reports that came out last night describing the alleged assaults in Texas. They talk about how Johnny Manziel may not be the only problem in the relationship and how charges weren’t filed on at least one of them. They both conclude that it is a toxic relationship.

7:06- Legendary Broadcaster Dick Enberg joins to discuss some memories of the Super Bowls that he broadcasted and also takes us into how it does or doesn’t differ from the broadcast of a more normal NFL game. She shares a memory of Cleveland Browns football that will never leave him and also states that he lvoes this years matchup and the great story lines created by Peyton Manning, Cam Netwon, and the two defenses.

7:46-For our final Friday Five of the NFL season, Kiley & Cairns provide their final in-depth preview for the Super Bowl between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers, and also give their pick, against the spread, for Sunday’s championship.

8:05-Avery Friedman and Jim Kersey, The Legal Eagles, join the program to explain why the Johnny Manziel investigation isn’t over. They discuss the leverage that Manziel has in the state of Texas, and what the next steps could be. They talk about the serious trouble he could be in and if we should expect the next steps to be taken more seriously by the police or investigators. They disagree about a reported protection order being finalized, and continue to chat about how the NFL’s conclusion earlier was that the female isn’t credible enough to prove anything against Manziel so far.

9:29-Mac Engel of the Fort Worth Star Telegram admits that 8 weeks ago he wanted Manziel in Dallas, but the past two months have completely made him untouchable. He states that the general Cowboy fan would still take Johnny Manziel on the team if he can play, but his gut says there are enough people in the organization who won’t let it happen, but in the end, if Jerry Jones wants it, than everyone else will have to step aside.

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