Baseball opening day is finally upon us and Garda talks about that along with who he thinks will be in the playoffs, the Women's National Soccer team's lawsuit for equal pay, March Madness, D'Angelo Russell's ill-advised prank and the repercussions for next year as well as where everyone sits in the NHL playoff races.
It's NFL time as Garda talks the Don Quixote-like insistence of the NFL that CTE hasn't been a proven result of football, the Niners playing coy with Colin Kaepernick's trade value and NFL mock drafts and big boards.
Is Golden State one of the best teams the NBA has ever seen? What did the Tampa Bay game against Cuba mean for Cuban-US relations? Is Alex Rodriguez Hall-Worthy? The NCAA was truly Madness this past weekend, but one family missed some of it. And the NFL once again shows it can't do anything without it being half-assed. All that and another reason for MLB fans to hate the Yankess as Andrew Garda meets you At the Whistle.
Garda tries to untangle what FOX Sports' Jay Glazer was talking about on Bill Simmon's podcast regarding CTE, soldiers and NFL, tries to talk Jets fans off a ledge regarding their quarterback (or lack thereof), thinks the Bills are handling Tyrod Taylor's contract correctly, and talks about draft smokescreens potentially emerging in Cleveland. All that and more on the NFL edition of At the Whistle.
Garda talks some March Madness, the Adam LaRoche/White Sox brouhaha, Golden State Warriors, New York Knicks, and Old Man Goose Gossage on this episode.
Garda talks Ryan Fitzpatrick, CTE and the NFL's continued reluctance to admit it exists, Robert Griffin III, Johnny Manziel and some NCAA Tournament thoughts in the first show of this week.
Garda is back At the Whistle with some thoughts on the early moves in NFL Free Agency, the retirements of Calvin Johnson and Peyton Manning as well as an announcement of an expansion of scope of the show.
Andrew Garda is back, with a newly rechristened podcast name. Join him as he talks franchise tags, Combine notes and general NFL Draft talk.