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February 24, 2023 12:04 am

JR goes back and forth with callers on whether or not Brandon Williams should have been playing last night after a very tragic incident took place in which he had some involvement

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To take a look at the first hour of the show. The NBA is back. That's what we started. The NBA is back. We don't have to worry about any more crap all-star games.

We don't have to worry about Mack McClung who helped ring the bell for the Philadelphia 76ers tonight. We're back to real basketball. And even as of this moment, we got the Los Angeles Lakers in LA hosting the Golden State Warriors and they currently lead 53-42 in the second quarter. We also talked about an unfortunate story that we touched upon just a little bit last night. The Alabama Crimson Tide barely getting by.

The Gamecocks in South Carolina in overtime. And you have someone who's expected to be a top-five pick in the NBA. His name is Brandon Miller.

In that game, he scored a career-high 41 points, but it was overshadowed by a whole hell of a lot. There's a young lady who passed away who was killed, murdered a couple of weeks ago. Darius Miles, a former teammate of Brandon Miller, was on the team, the Alabama Crimson Tide. Someone by the name of Michael Davis allegedly pulled the trigger. Darius Miles was said to have asked Brandon Miller, who scored 41 points last night, to bring the gun, bring the weapon.

Brandon Miller was, at this point, he's not a suspect. He is just a witness. He was asked to bring the weapon. He didn't see it. He didn't know he was there. That's what his lawyer says.

And he went out last night and he scored 41 points. Alabama let him play basketball because he's not a suspect. He's just a witness. The fans in South Carolina were chanting at him at the free throw line, Lock him up.

Damn. It doesn't matter whether or not he's guilty or innocent. One of our callers said, everybody's acting like he shot the gun. Man, nobody act like he shot no damn gun. It's just a matter of human decency. The family of the young lady that died who is no longer here with us, they're trying to figure out, damn, this man playing basketball? Our daughter just died and one of the suspects in the case is playing basketball?

I don't care what level it is. It's a distraction. The only reason that Alabama still has this young man out there is because he has the talent to be a top five pick. It's because Alabama is one of the top teams in the country right there along with Houston.

That's it. If Alabama was a bum-ass squad, if Alabama, sorry, if Alabama was St. John's University, we wouldn't see this guy. There'll be no Brandon Miller running back and forth playing basketball. He'd be parked.

He'd be put on the bench. Because there are larger and bigger issues, whether or not there's a culpability, whether or not he's innocent or guilty, it's the fact that it's a distraction. You want to have a little bit of respect.

It's simple as that. I told you last night it was a little icky. Icky is the word I can use on the radio.

You can use your imagination as to any other words that I want to use. It was a little icky to see him out there allowed to play because it's not that difficult to say, Hey, we're not saying you were guilty. We're not saying that you did anything wrong.

But this is a massive distraction and to ask so respect the family, to respect the family. We're going to sit you out today. Who going to complain? Where is the indecency and such? There is none. God bless them for having a talent to be an NBA player.

God bless them for helping Alabama to be one of the top programs in the country right now. It's not that tough to just say, Hey, we're going to sit you out for a day or two or a week. It's not too bad. It's called respect. It's called decency.

I don't give a damn what anybody says, what any legal jargon or nonsense anybody wants to draw from a book. It's called a little bit of respect. It's called the, Hey, how about this? This is the word. It's called empathy. Here, I'll help you spell it if you can't.

Let's see if I can do it. E M P A T H Y. Empathy. It's called being a human.

Sometimes that supersedes being a basketball player. 855-212-4CBS. That's 855-212-4CBS. Let's go ahead and hit the phone lines up. Let's go ahead and talk to Jennifer. Jennifer is calling from Alabama.

You're on the JR Sport Brief Show. Hi, JR. Can you hear me? Loud and clear, Jennifer.

Yes, go ahead. Okay. I didn't know because I was on my blue suit. I love your show and I love you and usually we agree on most things. I could not disagree more with you about Brandon playing last night. There was a lot that went on on the strip that night. Brandon was like a minute part of it and I could not be sadder that this young boy lost his mother. Could not be more sympathetic to that child. But I don't understand why Brandon Miller has to be the one that, you know, has to not play in the basketball game. I mean, he's done everything. The police have said he's done nothing but cooperate with them. He's offered his phone.

He's done everything. I mean, they didn't tell the university, listen, we'd rather him not travel to South Carolina because we might need to talk to him. I mean, he's a witness and the police are done with him. There may still be an investigation, but they're not investigating Brandon Miller. So I don't have a problem with him playing. I don't know Nate Oates. I've met Chris Stewart and he's told a story about Nate Oates. If I had a son, I'd want him to play for Nate Oates.

I don't know if I still want Nate Oates to coach for the university because I feel like that's what came out to drive him. There's a lot that we don't know that went on on the strip that night. But it definitely happened by a lot of people that were not in their right mind.

They were probably drinking. Yeah, but that's the overall point, Jennifer, and it's fine that you disagree. You know, you opened by saying there's a lot that went on that night. Right now, you just said there's a lot that went on that night. I think in the matter of human decency, it supersedes basketball. And I think out of respect, because there's a lot going on that night and it involves someone who lost their life. I think as a matter of respect, you can go ahead and park things for a moment because it is a distraction. It doesn't matter what you think or I think or what took place or what did not take place or what a lawyer says or a detective takes place.

We can look at all of the facts and everything that has taken place. This is a distraction. Someone lost their life. There's a family that is hurting. We can go past that and say, okay, what's more important?

Is it him playing basketball or is it just moving on as things are normal? That's it. That's the only decision. It's not saying he did this or he did that or he needs to do this or he needs to be punished for that or he should do that. No. It's a small thing. Come on. We have major issues that take place.

And this is not just specific to North America or the United States of America. In extreme instances, there are days of memorial. That's probably not the right English or the right words. Days of remembrance. You honor someone. You take time and some people care and some people don't.

But it's the fact of respecting the situation and understanding what's going on. Hey, right here in Atlanta, Georgia, we learned a few days ago that someone from here in Atlanta, Georgia, his name is Jimmy Carter from the great state of Georgia. This man is going into hospice care. There's going to come a point in time, unfortunately, as we know that he will no longer be here.

There will be many a days and many a things, many a things set aside to respect him because of his passing, regardless of whether you believed in him, didn't believe in him, hated his guts, loved his guts. It don't matter. And we can go on down the list. It's a small thing. It's just a matter of respect. And if you're telling me that, oh, man, so much went on that night and so many things took place and there's so many individuals who are involved, it's a small token just to say, fine, for the involved parties, let's just take a step back. Some things are bigger than the game.

It's simple. Wayne is calling from Baltimore. You're on CBS Sports Radio.

Jay Har, my man, you're so rational. What's up with that? I try every day, Wayne. Go ahead. What's up? First off, all my best and my prayers go out to the Carter family.

Jimmy Carter, I won't get into the politics, but he was a good president in my eyes. And the other thing is empathy, just empathy for the family that lost their child. You don't play them, like you said, for a day, for two days, for a week, however long it takes, it takes. That's it. It's basketball. Yeah, it's basketball. I get it.

And thank you, Wayne. It's worth millions of dollars to some. It's worth billions of dollars to other. It's basketball. What's being stripped of him that is so destructive to not have him out there playing a game? He losing 20? He losing a bill by not playing? What is he losing?

Well, this is a, we're going down a slippery slope of him losing his freedoms and his opportunities. Come on, stop it. Cut it out. It's a basketball game. He scored 41 points. God bless him. He's a tough you-know-what.

Because this is not saying that he did anything. This is a matter of respect. Andy is calling from Alabama. You're on CBS Sports Radio. Go ahead, Andy. Hey, JR. How you doing tonight? I'm amazing. Andy, how are you? I'm good, man. I called, I'm actually an attorney in the state of Alabama.

And I called with an entirely different purpose of how I want to begin this conversation as I've been waiting on hold. But you made some good points as far as out of respect for the family. And obviously, I want to offer my condolences to the family because more than one person lost their life in this scenario. We have the unfortunate person that was murdered. We have the person... Jameah Harris, yes. Correct. We have the person that pulled the trigger and we have Darius Miles. So we have three people and then we have her son who's going to grow up without a mother.

Five years old, yes. There are multiple people that are significantly affected by this tragedy. And I don't think anybody would disagree with that. My argument for you, and I don't know what your background is. I don't know if you've read testimony from the witnesses that the prosecutors called. I don't know if you've heard testimony. I don't know if you've seen the dash cam footage that Brandon Miller turned over.

I don't know if you've seen the text messages that Brandon Miller turned over. But at this point, in my opinion, that's neither here nor there. But my issue I have is you hit on respect.

That is my biggest issue. About seven minutes ago, you yourself commented and said that Brandon Miller is a suspect. That is not respecting Brandon Miller because let's be very, very clear whether you think he should have played or he should have been sat or he should sit the rest of the season. I don't care about that argument. That's all opinionated.

What I care about is the respect that you yourself hit on. The media is not respecting the facts of the issue here. You called him a suspect and he is not a suspect.

There are multiple media members with hundreds of thousands of millions of Twitter followers that are literally bashing. One media member in particular said that Darius Miles' attorney released a quote of a text message that was sent. That attorney is not a suspect. Well, Andy, to be clear, and I can certainly go back and look, and if I said that, I certainly am wrong and apologize because this is an issue that we discussed last night.

And I would think you're wrong and maybe I am wrong. It's not so much of him being a suspect. I think that might have been a key word that you have maybe latched on to.

I discussed him as a witness, not as a suspect. But that's my issue here is that most media members are throwing this word out there. Slow down.

Slow down. There's a difference between referring to me in something that I said versus referring to the media. I do not speak, and I also do not represent the quote-on-quote media.

I only represent what comes out of my mouth. And as far as I know, as I date back to last night and today, that I've referred to him as far as the detectives have said, is that he is only being looked at as someone who is a witness and not a suspect. I think I've been very clear on that, and for you to insinuate that I referred to him as a suspect as opposed to a witness, I think is inaccurate. Is it possible that I said that? Yes, of course it's possible, but I think I'm very certain that that's not the case, which would prove anything else you have to say moot. Okay, I'd like for you to just run the tape back and check on that.

No, no, no. You can go ahead and do that. For the purposes of clarity, I have referred to him, as I said last night through today, as a witness. And that's why when I say or refer to the element of simply respect, it's not a decision of someone who is 18, 19, or 20 years old.

It's the decision of the organization, of the university, of the place that is allowing him to play basketball, that can say, we have you here, putting on our uniform to go out and play. It's very simple. For everything that has taken place. But as a media member, as a media member, Hold on, you're the lawyer, you can relax. I'm not the lawyer, I'm just the guy on the radio.

To be at minimum sensitive, we can park this for a day. It's that simple. That supersedes what you see in a book. That supersedes whether somebody did this or did that or did this or did that.

It's basketball. I'm not arguing that point at all with you. I haven't argued that at all. Sure, but if you're going to call me and say, JR, you called him a son, I did not. You did though JR, you definitely did. Go back, if I did, I apologize. Please do me a favor, find the exact moment that I called him that, and if I'm wrong, I'm wrong. But I've been very clear between last night and tonight in calling him a witness.

Sit. If that's your only gripe, then we agree. Would you say no? Would you say otherwise? I completely agree, but my issue here is not only with you saying, whether you think you did or not, saying that he was a suspect.

My issue is that the media as a whole is destroying another 20 year old's life for something that he is totally clear of, not a suspect. I don't think so. I don't think so. I think people are looking at the reality of, hey, there's things bigger than basketball.

That's it. But that's not Brandon Miller's decision that the school made to allow him to play. I didn't, I think if, now you can go back and listen to what I just said. It's not his decision.

It's the university, it's the school, it's the people who can benefit off of him playing, it's the organization or the university that says we are number two right there with Houston. I think, and I will suggest this to you, the Odyssey app is free. You can go back and listen to everything that was said tonight and yesterday as well. Okay, Andy? Sounds good, Jay. Have a good night. Appreciate you. Thank you, Andy, for calling from Alabama.

Hey, listen, I ain't above making mistakes. I talk for four hours a night. If you do the math between last night and today, witness. Witness. JR, you are inferring, you've mentioned witness multiple times.

You are inferring that whether or not he's a witness or a suspect, he had no business playing. I'm listening back as we speak. I'm not hearing you saying he is considered a suspect. Yeah, because I think for the most part, thank you, I'm very careful with the words that I use all the time because everything that I say goes on record. I think I'm very careful with my words. I make mistakes because I'm a human.

Hey, you talk four hours a night and tell me what you say. I think what Andy's referring to, JR, is you're inferring whether he's a witness or a suspect, it still supersedes the notion of a woman losing her life. He shouldn't be playing. Whether he's a witness or a suspect. That's what you said.

Not that he is a suspect. It don't matter. Somebody died.

You were involved in some type of way. Hey, Brock, sit this one out. There are more important things than you playing ball. You're damn right I'm saying that. It's the JR Sport Reshow on CBS Sports Radio 855-2124 CBS.

Don't move. You're listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio. It's the great JR, man. Your show is so awesome. We appreciate listening to you on a regular basis, my man.

Call in now at 855-212-4CBS. It's the JR Sport Brief Show here on CBS Sports Radio. Yeah, there's a lot going on with Alabama basketball with Brandon Miller. This is where we've been. It's been a busy night. The NBA is back. They fed us that garbage NBA All-Star weekend and now they're back to playing regular season basketball. I'll pay attention.

I'll pay more attention when they get to the postseason. I'm just like, okay, yeah, whatever. Anyway, this is also something that took place today. You know, someone kind of put words in my mouth right before we went to the break.

I'm like, wait a minute. I didn't say that about any of these players. I didn't say that about Brandon Miller. We learned today. Hey, Shep, guess what? Aaron Rodgers. He's done with his darkness retreat. He's finished. His career or the retreat? The retreat.

Oh, got it. His career might be done. We don't know.

We learned so many details. I found this so comical earlier today. We got reports by individuals who Aaron Rodgers said are not in his inner circle, like in Adam Schefter. That Aaron Rodgers, he, I don't, he, uh, listen, he's not Jesus. Okay. I don't think, is he quarterback Jesus?

I don't know. But that he basically stepped out of his Oregon facility. He was in some facility in Oregon in the middle of the wilderness with a bed and a bathtub and no windows. And he had light if he wanted to, but he was there for four days and four nights. And Aaron Rodgers stepped outside and saw the sunlight.

And he's not a groundhog, but we got to see if he's going to play football again. That's it. All the dramatics. I died. I saw this story today and I passed out.

In laughter, of course. I said, Aaron Rodgers, he just finished his wilderness retreat, his darkness retreat. Okay. Wait. So, so we, we missed a Pat McAfee Aaron Rodgers special appearance. Is that what you're alluding to?

Uh, give it, next week, next week. Oh man. Did the world, was it able to still rotate on its axis? Was the sun able to still come up?

Not here. It was 80 degrees here in Georgia today, man. I'm like, damn, 80 degrees.

There was no sun, but it was 80 degrees. Yeah. Aaron Rodgers will sit with Pat McAfee next week. He will tell everyone, maybe he'll break some news. Probably not.

Probably not. Because he's going to wait. He's going to drag it out. He's going to tell everyone how he sat in darkness for four days, how important it was to not be connected to the outside world, to clear his mind just to tell all of us nothing about his future.

And going to try to sound like the smartest man in the room. Well, for disappearing for four days and four nights with no internet, he's quarterback Jesus, isn't he? Well, except, uh, except in January and February, that's been the story of his career. Quarterback crap, huh? Listen, except for one lucky run in 2010 because David, no, because, because David Akers, also known as David Fakers, missed a bunch of field goals in the first round of the 2010, you know, wildcard round.

Um, the Packers had no business winning that game. Then they go against Matt Ryan. Matt Ryan plays them to a tee.

They barely get by them. Then he goes against, uh, J freakin' Cutler. Damn. And then the Super Bowl, the Steelers forgot to show up in the first half. So kudos to Rogers on somewhat lucky, somewhat, uh, fortuitous, but he did win a Super Bowl. And since then he's disappeared when his, you know, mattered most. Yeah. I don't want to go as far to call him lucky.

He's still, he's one of the best in the post season. I get it. I get it. I get it. He's still one of the best quarterbacks that, that, that the NFL has seen.

And so how he feels or what he does stepping outside of his darkness retreat, we'll see. Quarterback Jesus, Aaron Rodgers. What a guy that, that dude is. 855-2124 CBS. That's 855-2124 CBS. Wilbur is here from, uh, Louisiana. What's up Wilbur? You're on the Gerald Sport Reef show. Hey Gerald man, thanks for taking my call. Uh, I just want to make a comment concerning, uh, the lawyer that called just a second ago and he was trying to make it as if you had definitely, and I was listening and I didn't hear you use the word suspect, but for the last two nights, I've heard you say witness. But in order to be a witness to a crime, don't that mean you got to have some type of knowledge of something that has taken place? Hey, listen, his, his lawyer, his lawyer, him, his being Brandon Miller says that he was not aware of the firearm that was in his vehicle. So I, I, I'm not, I'm not going to speculate.

I ain't got no, I ain't got no skin in the game. I just, uh, I just know the facts that someone was shot, that someone was killed, uh, that he appears to have been someone involved. And then I think at minimum, it's not too difficult to say, sit this one out.

That's it. I mean, that's what I'm trying to say. I mean, in order to be a witness, you got to have some type, how can I testify a witness to something I don't know, other than the fact that someone called me and say, bring this.

And I brought it to current A, B, or C. And I'm not being, if I'm complicit, you know, I mean, I'm part of it. Not to what degree, I don't know what degree he's a part of, but if he expected to be a top five pick jail and they done played 20 some games. Don't you think they got enough tape on him to where you could have sat him down to where this situation costs a young lady can do the life?

I think so. I believe, I think the answer is yes, but I think if you ultimately just strike quote unquote, strike him down from participating, that, that may actually indicate that there is a more culpability and more responsibility on his part. And as a result that you might have teams that say, ah, we ain't touching that dude. Um, I understand that. You would, you would think they're not going to touch it anyway. Cause I mean, I mean, I'm not comparing the NFL when they hit the real life.

Once he struck his girlfriend on film in the elevator, he was never even given another opportunity. We got a lot of time between now and the NBA draft at the end of June. There's quite some time between now and then. Uh, I just think the message that you want to send, and it certainly was sent last night, uh, for a guy who can go out and drop 41 points. Like it ain't nobody's business. Like it ain't a thing. Uh, NBA teams will look at that and go, he ain't do nothing. All right, let's bring him in here. So we got time.

I'm sorry. If he's a walk-on player, non-scholarship walk-on, not a freshman C9, is he sitting or is he playing? Oh, well we know this.

I said, I gave an example. If he is on St. John's university in New York City, he ain't playing. He is on a team right now.

And thank you, Wilbert. He's on a team right now that is going to be competing for a national championship. He playing unless things just completely hit the toilet.

It's the JR sport re-show on CBS Sports Radio. When we come back, I want to educate you on someone who may have gone from the, uh, the highest, the upper echelon. He might be in the toilet. His name, Eric Bienemy. He spoke to the press today. He spoke to the public now that he represents the Washington commanders. And oh yeah, by the way, Eric Bienemy had some words for that man who cannot keep his name out of his mouth. He had some words for LaShawn McCoy.

I'm going to share with you on the other side. You're listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio. Music You're listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio. Hey JR, I appreciate you taking my call.

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That is 855-212-4CBS. Yeah, there's a lot going on in the world of sports. It doesn't always involve, or not everything involves the NBA or Crimson Tide basketball. Eric Bienemy spoke today. Yeah, the same Eric Bienemy who decided to leave the Kansas City Chiefs who have now won two Super Bowl championships with this combination of Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes. Eric Bienemy, the man who cannot get his hands on a head coaching job, he decided to go to the Washington commanders and join, I don't know, Sam Howell and Terry McLaurin and say, yeah, I'm going to make my bones right here. It wasn't necessary.

I will assume that he needed to go out and quote unquote spread his wings. For an offense that was pretty bad last year. You send out Heinecke and Heinecke is okay and every now and then he'll inspire folks and I'll have people call me up and tell me Heinecke is the next best thing and I'm just like relax. Heinecke is, yeah, literally he's as a quarterback. A few years ago as we were kind of in the midst and exiting out of COVID, Taylor Heinecke was, he was getting ready to do an office job. And now all of a sudden he's a superstar quarterback for the commanders?

Hell no, not at all. Ron Rivera is trying to work miracles and now he has Eric Bienemy. Why in the hell would Eric Bienemy decide to leave the Kansas City Chiefs for this job? Well, Eric Bienemy said he wanted to be the coordinator for the commanders. This is what he, this is what he said. Listen.

Why not Washington? Look at all the talent. Look at the players that they have, okay?

Look at the guys that they have on defense. So I'm excited about this opportunity. I've known Coach Ron now since 1999. So relationships mean something.

Oh well damn. You ain't coaching no defense though. You think the defense is going to keep your offense off the field? Who's your quarterback? And of course there's a whole, there's a gigantic downward slope going from Patrick Mahomes to quote unquote fill in the blank.

There's a massive drop off. The quarterback is the leader of the team. Howell might be the next coming. Are you confident in that?

I wouldn't be. And then you think about the ownership structure. Daniel Snyder might be on his way out. He actually brought in Allen & Company which happens to be an investment bank to help sell the team.

This ain't going to be easy. And then we also know Eric Bienemy over the past several days, dammit for the past year. Every time LaShawn McCoy has opened up his mouth, it's been about destroying Eric Bienemy. Kudos to Eric Bienemy. He took the high road in response. Listen to this.

LaShawn McCoy is a future Hall of Fame runner, okay? Everybody's entitled to their own position, to their own comments and how they feel. When it's all said and done with, I think that's all I have to say because he's entitled to his own opinion. That's life.

You got good and you have bad. It does not impact me in any way. Because one thing that you learn when you're in this position, you have to learn to eliminate distractions. My job is to focus on the now.

Everything outside these walls has no impact on Eric Bienemy moving forward. Appreciate it, Coach. Damn, and that was the final question. Wow. Appreciate it, Coach. Everybody go home.

Wow. What's LaShawn McCoy going to say next week? What, is he going to make an entire podcast series about how Eric Bienemy isn't capable or can't speak or communicate to anyone that he should not be a head coach? Is that what LaShawn McCoy is going to do next?

Good for Eric Bienemy. Telling this man that, man, I ain't got no time for you. You got an opinion. You can keep it. I don't care.

I'm going to live my life. Good for him. I don't know how successful he's going to be with Washington. I've said to myself, just in my brain, because I got one.

Sometimes it may not seem that way, but I got one. How long is Ron Rivera going to coach this team? Is Eric Bienemy going to have an opportunity to, I don't know, maybe replace Ron Rivera at one point? Maybe go elsewhere and prove his offensive acumen and get a head coaching job?

Eric Bienemy addressed that as well. He said, right now, I'm here to do my job. Offensive coordinator. I ain't think about no head coaching job.

Being a head coach right now is not in my thought process. Right now, here's what I'm focused on. I'm focusing on being the best coach that I can be today.

The rest of everything else will take care of itself starting tomorrow. I live in the moment. So I got to be implanted and Nicki know exactly what I'm about to say. I got to be where my feet are.

So right now, my feet are planted right here. Oh, well, damn. That doesn't sound like someone who interviews poorly, but what do I know? I'm not in the interview room, right?

We don't know why Eric Bienemy didn't get a job. All we can do is parrot the nonsense and garbage that has been repeated over the past several years. And I got to tell you, as someone who every now and then gets repeated or not repeated, sent to garbage to regurgitate, it takes one. It takes one person to share, tweet, announce a story, and that is there.

It's done. Everybody takes it. Everybody runs with it. And that's what it is. Because we got a bunch of idiots running around here. Monkey see, monkey do.

One person says this and two people say it and it must be law. I don't know how much success Eric Bienemy is going to have with the Washington commanders, because let's face it, they're not a success by themselves. With or without Eric Bienemy, with Daniel Snyder in charge of this franchise, of this organization, the Washington commanders are a disaster. They got Porky the Pig in a helmet as their mascot. Come on now. Major Tuttie.

I'm sorry, I bring it up every now and then. This is a football team, right? How you got Mr. Potato Head dressed in a pig outfit as your mascot?

Major Tuttie. Is he for the kids or is he for the fans? Do the Washington commanders even need a mascot? I mean, well damn, they're playing in that crap hole. Is it still called FedEx Field? Mascots cost a couple hundred thousand dollars.

I'm sorry. They couldn't have patched up some of them pipes? Did you see the pipes bursting in FedEx Field? The Washington commanders couldn't have gotten a better tarp.

Have you seen the tarps that section off the field to lower the capacity? But we got a pig. Major Tuttie.

Hey, good luck to Eric Bienemy. You're on a crap franchise now, man. Sorry.

It's the JR Sport Reshow on CBS Sports Radio. We're gonna take a break when we come back. I'm gonna talk about the Kansas City Chiefs.

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