NY Times author Mark Leibovich talks with Andrew about his new book, "Big Game: The NFL in Dangerous Times." Mark talks about his dealings with Roger Goodell, several owners, and the inner workings of the league.
Andrew turns the tables and interviews Ross on this week's Business Of Sports podcast. They look back on the 2018 NFL regular season and discuss the television ratings increase, rookie quarterbacks, Tom Brady's compensation, the Steelers missing the playoffs, and Ross's picks for this weekend's wildcard games.
On this week's episode of the Business of Sports, Andrew talks about what it's like after Week 17 for teams NOT in the post season. Also, he 'rants' on why Nick Foles will most likely not be a part of the 2019 Eagles.
This week's guest on the Business Of Sports is antitrust lawyer, Jim Quinn. Quinn is representing the City of Oakland in a suit against the NFL for conspiring to keep Oakland from retaining the Raiders & for going against the relocation guidelines.
Andrew talks with Darren Rovell, Sports Business Reporter & Senior Executive Producer for @ActionNetworkHQ. They discuss Darren's decision to leave ESPN, the Action Network in general, & a lot more. Also, Andrew 'Rants' about the Kareem Hunt situation and Mike McCarthy's firing in Green Bay.
On this week's episode, Andrew plays his speech from the recent Wharton Sports Business Summit. He talks about what it's like to be inside an NFL front office, specifically his time with the Green Bay Packers.