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Ian Berg and K.C. Whitten cover all things that are breaking in the world of sports.
Jonathan Vilma has given a lot of press time to his suspension, keeping in the front of NFL fans minds this offseason. It may have paid off.
Reports from CBSSports and ESPN quote sources close to the situation as saying that the suspension could be reduced to 8 games if Vilma drops his civil suit against Roger Goodell. The NFL says there is no such plan.
K.C. and Ian discuss what impact the lifting of suspensions could have on the NFL and the reputation of Goodell.
Is Drew Brees ready to play take on the role of player-coach without stepping over the line and doing to much? The leadership role will be a fine line this season, is Brees up to the challenge?
Boomer Esiason says the Jets should cut Tim Tebow. Tebow says no they shouldn't. Is Tebow's character the reasoning behind him staying with the Jets?
MLB parks are looking to cut the length of the outfield fences. Is this an attempt to bring homeruns back into the game? Attendance is up considerably--what's the motivation?
Mr. College Football--Tony Barnhart--lists the Top 10 storylines for the 2012 college football season. Ian and K.C. breakdown the list.
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall admits to drug use and a failed drug test. He will not be suspended. What is happening at Texas Christian University?
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