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April 21, 2017

Casey Stern, Toi Cook, Muhsin Muhammad, Nick Athan, & Jim Everett


On this edition of Thursday Night Tailgate our guests are: MLB Network Radio & Turner Sports TV Host Casey Stern, former Saints, 49ers, & Panthers DB Toi Cook, former Panthers & Bears WR Muhsin Muhammad, Chiefs Insider Nick Athan, and former Rams Pro Bowl QB Jim Everett.

Casey Stern - Casey shared his thoughts on the Red Sox, Blue Jays, Sterling Marte, Andrew McCutchen and a whole lot more.

Toi Cook - Toi talked about his alma mater Stanford, what it was like playing both baseball and football at Stanford and the impact it had on his draft position in both sports. He also talked about what it was like playing for 2 of the best defenses of all-time with the Saints in 1991 & '92 plus in San Francisco in 1994. Also hear this comments about what it was like going up against some of the bigger RBs of that era in Herschel Walker and Jerome Bettis.

Muhsin Muhammad - Moose shared his draft day memories and the bet he lost because his QB at Michigan State, Tony Banks, got drafted one spot ahead of him. We also got his thoughts on what the Panthers should be looking for in the draft.

Nick Athan - Nick shared his insights into the Kanasa City Chiefs. We got Nick's thoughts on whether the Chiefs have gone as far as Alex Smith can take them, who he thinks they'll take in the early rounds of the draft, plus memories of the Chiefs glory years back in the late 60's and early 70's.

Jim Everett - Jim shared his thoughts on Jared Goff and why Todd Gurley's numbers fell off so much last season. He also shared his insights into the positions the Rams need to foucs on in the draft and if Mitch Trubisky is a guy teams should feel comfortable putting their short term fate in the hands of.

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