NFL owners should embrace player mobility like the NBA
Thanks to increased player mobility, the NBA offseason has overtaken NFL talk as the lead summer sports topic, and Colin thinks NFL owners would be wise to embrace it, too. Even though the NFL is still the most popular sport by a large margin, the NBA has gained grown by embracing star players switching teams which has made the league more interesting.
In the limited cases where stars have switched teams in the NFL – like Brett Favre and Peyton Manning – the storylines have been incredible. If NFL owners embrace player movement, instead of clinging to the concept of owning players for their entire careers they’ll be rewarded for it.
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Doug Gottlieb – Host of The Doug Gottlieb Show and the All Ball Podcast is in-studio on the Raptors chances of dealing for Kawhi; and if Ben Simmons could end up in L.A.
Eric Dickerson – NFL Hall of Famer and FS1 NFL Analyst is in-studio detailing his recent conversation with Terrell Owens regarding his Hall of Fame induction plans.
Caron Butler – 14-year NBA veteran is in-studio talking LeBron/Lakers, and the best and worst organizations he played for.
Daryl Morey – Rockets’ GM joins the show to discuss Houston’s offseason so far, how losing Trevor Ariza will affect this year’s team, and which analytics he thinks are misleading.