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We continue to discuss the biggest sports story in America, this time with Peter King of MMQB and Football Night in America.

[0:04:35] ... never play football again. But. Do you remember what Americans thought about Michael Vick at one time. Michael Vick Brady into the -- in the last year. Could have -- -- three Hillary's daughter. You know we -- yet I mean and I am I mean surgery Michael -- married but what I'm saying is that. Jeffrey Lurie when he Andy Reid came in with this idea of signing -- Thought that it it was going to explode even want Michael Vick anywhere near his -- But he -- party took upon his team and if you ask Jeff Larry right now he'll say that Michael Vick is. One of the one of the nicest best people know. So. America is a society that give second chances. And I ...
[0:05:55] ... future in new drug implementation policy. And will it affect guys like Wes Welker and Josh court because I'll tell you the people in Cleveland think Gordon's return is imminent. The answer is yes and yes ...
[0:12:27] ... season and how awful they looked in the opener. Is it possible Tom Coughlin could be in trouble this year with the giants. Yes. And dale it's possible that both Tom Coughlin and Jerry -- could be in trouble. But again I think it's it's too early at giants. Every year at this second ...





We continue to discuss the biggest sports story in America, this time with Peter King of MMQB and Football Night in America.

[0:04:35] ... never play football again. But. Do you remember what Americans thought about Michael Vick at one time. Michael Vick Brady into the -- in the last year. Could have -- -- three Hillary's daughter. You know we -- yet I mean and I am I mean surgery Michael -- married but what I'm saying is that. Jeffrey Lurie when he Andy Reid came in with this idea of signing -- Thought that it it was going to explode even want Michael Vick anywhere near his -- But he -- party took upon his team and if you ask Jeff Larry right now he'll say that Michael Vick is. One of the one of the nicest best people know. So. America is a society that give second chances. And I ...
[0:05:55] ... future in new drug implementation policy. And will it affect guys like Wes Welker and Josh court because I'll tell you the people in Cleveland think Gordon's return is imminent. The answer is yes and yes ...
[0:12:27] ... season and how awful they looked in the opener. Is it possible Tom Coughlin could be in trouble this year with the giants. Yes. And dale it's possible that both Tom Coughlin and Jerry -- could be in trouble. But again I think it's it's too early at giants. Every year at this second ...





We discuss the biggest story in sports for a second day, as the sporting world eagerly awaits Roger Goodell's comments.
We discuss the biggest story in sports for a second day, as the sporting world eagerly awaits Roger Goodell's comments.
We tackle the four commissioners of the four majors and rank them.
We tackle the four commissioners of the four majors and rank them.

[0:03:28] ... I was at the at the draft -- and a lockout. Yes art show there were a little bottom are Roger Goodell the reason I picked them last not just because of the -- rights situation. ...
[0:05:10] ... franchises we're talking about the break what is an elder with the Buffalo Bills. Listen do OK so he's in a position is that means there do you think you what do you think will be ...
[0:08:33] ... are sure revenues of five. Because of the carrier decline in in Major League Baseball the interest level in Major League Baseball. The views or maybe took Boston and I see if I see New Yorkers see of him. In Florida there's no interest ...
[0:11:08] ... -- TV deals. That MLB has. A lot of money coming into Major League Baseball since Bud Selig was running jobs are -- local -- to -- -- those toys that big vocal duo was the governor there and got out of Texas -- they're national international TV contract is outfit. Though -- their attendance figures have slipped a note that they wanna tell you that they play in front of -- bodies than ever before. It TV games on TV but what -- ever right. Mean the only place -- there fewer chances at Atlanta Hawks basketball games. And that buildings always. Time -- after the AT&T best commissioner in all of sports and it is a sweet. ...






Here are the highlights from Tuesday’s Three for All on Middays with MFB with Lou Merloni, Christian Fauria and Tim Benz. To hear the segment, go to the MFB audio on demand page.

– Fauria recounted passing the Apple store in New York City and seeing people camping out in line to get the new iPhone 6.

“There’s some people in line who have been waiting up to 15 days for this phone,” Fauria said, adding: “Is there anything on this earth that you would in line for that long? Can you think of anything that you would say, ‘OK, listen, this is going to be so worth it’?”

Said Benz: “Maybe when Tool releases its new album, Christian, I’ll wait outside the record store for 15, 16 days.”

– Former NESN Red Sox reporter Jenny Dell will be return to New England television screens Sunday when she serves as sideline reporter for the Patriots-Vikings game on CBS.

“I thought she looked great on the sidelines in Game 1, when she did the Steelers’ game against the Browns,” Benz said. “She interviewed Ben Roethlisberger at the end of the game in some sort of red outfit, like a red dress — not too revealing, you didn’t see any plunging neckline or anything like that. We’ll see about this week. But it is a Patriots game for Jenny Dell, so look forward to that.”

Said Fauria: “You know it’s bad when we’re actually discussing the sideline reporter for a Patriots game.”

– Infielder Guilder Rodriguez was called up the major leagues this week after 13 years in the minors. The Rangers decided to reward the popular Rodriguez, who had spent more time in the minors without getting called up than any current player.

Rodriguez, 31, has a career batting average of .256. He started his professional career in 2002 in the Brewers organization.

“Good for our man over there for 13 years in the minor leagues, 1,095 games,” Merloni said. “I don’t know who the next guy is now. We’ve got to find out who the next guy is.”

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Harrison joined the show today to talk about the TMZ video of Ray Rice knocking out his (then) girlfriend with left hook in the elevator the Revel Hotel. Rodney defends Roger Goodell's job as a commisioner, but doesn't understand how the NFL could NOT have had access to the video before Monday.

[0:00:06] ... part of our season -- patriots cover. Coverage to be from NBC Rodney Harrison former in the patriots safety Rodney how -- rated -- things. Pretty you not bad thanks for joining us again as you ...
[0:06:49] ... -- -- the line played they had opportunities to win the game Tom Brady at the open look he over to god in he didn't connect twelve. And the defensively you expect. Up up better. Better. Shelling from your defense -- -- -- -- mail -- wolf for backward looking forward to those guys and they just that he has got completely run through. Rodney Harrison -- -- from NBC former England patriots defensive back another guy who is a former defensive back is now on the TV ...
[0:10:18] ... guy that. That's going to Jack somebody in the jaw they pushed Tom Brady I see Tom Brady didn't sac city tire off of them I'm walking up the field and the wrath. Having to help them off the field. ...
[0:10:56] ... -- At every level I mean we have some very tough got Willie McGinest. We got there wouldn't back down we have a really tough and mentally and physically and we weren't gonna get pushed well. ...






Shortly after the Ravens terminated the contract of Ray Rice, the NFL announced that he had been banned from league, indefinitely. Both the Ravens and the NFL claimed they had not seen the footage from the elevator, but TMZ claimed otherwise . A lot of people are calling for Roger Goodell to resign or be fired in light of his mis-handling of the situation.