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August 12, 2017

We Go Around the NFL with former Rams & Chiefs WR Eddie Kennison, former Bears Pro Bowl DB Mark Carrier, former Vikings WR Matthew Hatchette and former Vikings & Chargers Pro Bowl Guard Ed White.

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This week our guests are former LSU, Rams & Chiefs WR Eddie Kennison, former USC, Bears & Lions Pro Bowl FS Mark Carrier, former Langston University, Vikings &  Jets WR Matthew Hatchette, and former Cal, Vikings & Chargers Pro Bowl Guard Ed White.

Eddie Kennison - Eddie shared his thoughts on where LSU is at and if they can contend with Alabama this season in the SEC West. We also got his thoughts on whether the Chiefs have gone as far as Alex Smith can take them and are they a legitimate Super Bowl contender.

Mark Carrier - Mark shared his memories from his time playing at USC plus as they enter this season ranked 5th, do they have what it takes to make the playoffs and compete for the National Championship. Be sure to listen for his response to our question, "Who are you afraid of this year in the Pac-12?"

Matthew Hatchette - Matthew talked about what it was like playing alongside Randy Moss, Cris Cater & Jake Reed on those 90's Vikings teams. He also talked about his one season playing for the Jets, what it's like being the Offensive Coordinator now for one of the top high school programs in the country and his movie production company.

Ed White - Ed shared his perspective on what the San Diego community is going through as they prepare for the first season without the Chargers since 1960. He also talked about what it was like lining up against Alan Page every day at practice and playing against the Hall of Fame front fours in the Steelers, Rams, and Cowboys of the 1970's.

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