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Mike Greenberg brings his unmatched depth of sports knowledge, fun and entertainment back to ESPN Radio on a daily basis. Greeny will keep the audience up to date on the never-ending breaking news in the sports world that matters most to his listeners. Hell be joined regularly by the biggest names in the game covering all angles of the sports world. If it matters in sports, it matters to Greeny. This is the home for hourly podcasts of the show.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, break down the 3-team deal that shipped Russell Westbrook away from LA. Where is LeBron (and Kyrie)'s best shot at another title, and who is the new favorite in the West? Chargers RB Austin Ekeler joins the show to talk about his quads, the value of the modern day RB, and teammate Justin Herbert. The guys take some superteam calls to wrap up the show.
Greeny's favorite thing in sports is when the greats of the past join together with the greats of the present, and we saw that last night with LeBron James & Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Greeny comments on Anthony Davis' odd behavior during LeBron's record-breaking moment last night. He talks about the possibility that the Nets trade Kevin Durant before taking calls on the Michael Jordan/LeBron James GOAT debate to wrap up the show.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, preview LeBron's continued chase of the all-time scoring title tonight vs OKC. ESPN NFL Front Office Insider Mike Tannenbaum joins the show to discuss Sean Payton joining the Broncos, the Cowboys QB situation, and the Packers Aaron Rodgers conundrum. Canty gives his Top 5 Super Bowl Storylines to wrap up the hour.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, talk about the fallout in Brooklyn of the Kyrie Irving trade, including what's next for KD and if Ben Simmons can ever get back to being the player he once was. Canty thinks Patrick Mahomes belongs among the all-time greats already and Carlin wants to pump the brakes on that notion. Jets CB Sauce Gardner joins the show to talk about Pro Bowl weekend, the upcoming NFL Honors, and some comments he made attempting to "recruit" Aaron Rodgers to the Jets. Carlin wraps up the show talking about a chip & dip competition that he is judging today.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, talk about the Lakers missing out on Kyrie Irving. ESPN NFL Analyst Rob Ninkovich stops by to talk about his bowling game as well as all the latest NFL storylines (Aaron Rodgers' future, Super Bowl storylines). Canty had to move in sub-zero temperatures on Friday while Carlin broke his toilet trying to do some home repair. Rough. The guys wrap up the show playing Can He or Canty.
Greeny weighs in on why Derek Carr's decision will impact what happens with Aaron Rodgers...and we could have an answer soon. Tom Brady Sr., Tom Brady's Father, joins the show to talk about his legendary son's retirement. Greeny and Hembo wrap up the hour talking about some NFC East trash talk and Hembo starts using words from Shakespearean times.
Greeny is incredulous that Hembo can't identify which of his twins is which in a photo of them. He discusses LeBron's imminent passing of Kareem on the all-time scoring list and how he compares to Michael Jordan. Greeny wraps up the show talking about what the NFL will look like after Tom Brady and playing some Who Ya Got with the hashtag crew.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, talk about the historical significance of this being the first black QB matchup in Super Bowl history. Canty shares Tony Romo stories from his playing days and the guys discuss what the 49ers should do at QB. The OG Mahomes, Pat Mahomes Sr., joins the show to talk about his son playing in his third Super Bowl. Canty is moving tomorrow, so the guys wrap up with a Green List on the Top 5 Worst Things About Adulthood.
Greeny continues to react to the BREAKING NEWS that Tom Brady has retired "for good" from football. He compares him to Michael Jordan. ESPN legend Chris "Boomer" Berman joins the show to recap Brady's illustrious career. Hembo sprinkles in a few more trivia questions. Greeny wraps up the show talking about the importance of loving what you do for a living, something that Tom Brady clearly did and does.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, discuss how Jerry Jones has doomed his team once again and why Kellen Moore is better off in LA. Carlin details why Howie Roseman has gotten lucky as the Eagles GM. Plus, Tyler Huntley made the Pro Bowl, the Giants have options with their cap room, and the guys play a Super Bowl edition of Good Bet, Bad Bet to wrap up the show.
Greeny believes that Patrick Mahomes has cemented himself as an all-time great player. He also comments on the video put out by Cincinnati mayor Aftab Pureval. Did the Eagles have the easiest Super Bowl path in NFL history? Plus, Chris "Mad Dog" Russo joins the show to preview his reunion with Mike Francesa on Wednesday's First Take and to discuss all the latest in sports, including a betrayal by New York's most famous building.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, welcome Joe & Amber Host/ESPN Betting Analyst Joe Fortenbaugh to the show to break down the best bets for championship weekend. Carlin read the same ad three times accidentally...but it turns out it was Bubba's fault. The guys talk about the Cowboys cleaning house of assistant coaches before wrapping up the week playing some Who Ya Got.
Greeny welcomes back ESPN NFL Insider Dan Graziano to provide some insight to the Jets hiring of Nathaniel Hackett. Greeny can't contain his excitement at the thought of Aaron Rodgers joining his team and kicks his stage manager out of the studio for not liking the idea. Greeny has an interesting theory about how NFL teams view Sean Payton and wraps up the show with his #KissOfDeath picks for the championship games.
Greeny keeps ESPN NFL Reporter Kimberley Martin & ESPN NFL Analyst Damien Woody after Get Up to chat about the latest NFL news, including Aaron Rodgers to the Jets rumors and Mel Kiper's first mock draft. AJ Hawk put in a good word for Greeny to Rodgers on Pat McAfee's show and Charles Barkley weighs in on load management. Greeny strongly disagrees with something that Bills GM Brandon Beane said.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, think Jalen Hurts is the NFC's best QB, and they're sick of people discrediting him. Carlin once again takes issues with HC Nick Sirianni's pizza choices. The guys discuss some staggering numbers about the Bengals defense. They wrap up the show discussing some semi-breaking news on Sean Payton, reacting to Tom Brady swearing at Jim Gray on the Let's Go Podcast, and talking about Aaron Rodgers' options.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, are joined by Bengals great TJ Houshmandzadeh to talk about Joe Burrow's swagger and the team's chances to take out the Bills this weekend. The guys react to the breaking news that the Bucs have fired OC Byron Leftwich and discuss a landing spot for him. 7x Bills Pro Bowler Steve Tasker joins the show to talk Bills/Bengals before Canty sheds light on who the 49ers starting QB will be next season.
Greeny is back for the first segment and joins Chris Carlin & Chris Canty to discuss everything going on in the NFL the past week. Carlin didn't show up to the studio today due to an all-time miscommunication which leads to a lengthy on air debate. Canty gives his Top 5 list of the players left in the playoffs who will get a big contract this offseason.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, talk about what the key to victory is for the Giants in Philly on Saturday before taking some calls on the topic. Jets fans get some potentially unwanted breaking news on their open OC position. Canty is upset that Carlin wants to shave his beard and Carlin is upset at Eagles HC Nick Sirianni's pizza preferences. The guys react to Keyshawn Johnson's playoff QB rankings before getting some news about Adam Schefter on Aaron Rodgers to finish the show.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, talk about what is next for Tom Brady. Should NFL teams want him? They react to the news that the Chargers have fired OC Joe Lombardi and passing game coordinator Shane Day, implying that Brandon Staley's job is surprisingly safe. Could Sean Payton wait another year for the right job to open up? After the horrific performance from the Cowboys' Brett Maher last night, Canty's distaste for kickers bubbles to the surface. They wrap up the show previewing Cowboys/49ers.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, decide who to assign blame to for the Vikings loss to the Giants. Canty speaks about MLK day and they react to an historic comeback in Jacksonville. They wrap up the show previewing Cowboys/Buccaneers and taking some calls.
Chris Carlin & Chris Canty, in for Greeny, talk about the amazing performance by Daniel Jones & the Giants yesterday. Has Jones played himself into a long term deal? ESPN NFL Front Office Insider Mike Tannenbaum joins the show to talk about a potential Daniel Jones' contract, Brandon Staley's job security, and Lamar Jackson's future with the Ravens. Canty & Carlin have to call out one of their colleagues for "massively fraudulent" behavior before breaking down Bengals/Ravens.
Chris Canty & Chris Carlin, in for Greeny, welcome Joe & Amber Host/ESPN Betting Analyst Joe Fortenbaugh to the show to provide some best bets for Super Wild Card Weekend. The guys discuss two playoff teams who could fire their coaches next week if things don't go well. They wrap up the show talking about Carlin's desperate need for a stylist and playing Who Ya Got with Producer Bubba. 2b1af7f3a8