Eric Eager joins the show to talk about the debacle that is the Deshaun Watson Saga. Eager also talks about how he is taking in the career of Gronk and how he believes he will return to this season at some point. He also talks about how the Commanders are one of his most intriguing teams coming into the new season.
Kelli Diaz and Ash Gorman come by the show to talk about how they are looking for sponsors ahead of their golf tournament on September 21 at London Downs. How to get on board as a sponsor and some of the names that have already pledged to the event.
Longtime friend of the show David Glenn joins Rich and Dennis to talk about the dog days of summer and the first league head-to-head rivalry since the ABA-NBA. DG also talks about the history that Duke and Alondes Williams could both make at Thursday’s NBA Draft. Plus, gives his opinions on the NIL and how boosters are changing the game around the country.
Seth Partnow joins Rich and Dennis to talk about how the Finals played out. He talks about how Tatum was the biggest disappointment in the series. Partnow talks about how he found the “no Finals MVP” narrative for Steph Curry idiotic and is happy to see it come to a close. He also weighs in on how he believes Kyrie and the Nets need to separate.
The guys mourn a variety of topics including Transgenders in sports, Will Zalatoris, and the Texas Longhorns.
Michael J. Whelan joins the Sportsline and talks about sweating out on the 72nd hole with one of the greatest approach shots in Open history. Whelan talks about how important it is to have mental strength playing in the major championships. He also talks about how it is evident that Phil Mickelson is getting old and cannot compete with the current young guns.
On the last show for this abbreviated week of The Sportsline, Golf Channel and NBC Golf analyst Whit Watson joins us to break down The U.S. Open, Faber Jamerson previews the course for The Open (The Country Club at Brookline), Trevor Sikkema talks his number one NFL offseason headline, and Marty Chandler stops by for another edition of LOTL + a special edition of The Historian.
London Downs’s Marty Chandler joins The Sportsline for another edition of Locally on the Links, as he previews The U.S. Open, picks his favorites for this tournament, makes a bold prediction regarding Phil Mickelson, and discusses his love for technology and cell service.
Pro Football Focus analyst, and host of the NFL Stock Exchange podcast, Tampa Bay Tre joins The Sportsline to talk his number one NFL headline since the end of last season, on where the Browns situation leaves former starter Baker Mayfield, and talks a little hockey as the NHL’s Stanley Cup Finals begins.
A Wednesday surprise from our very own Historian, Wes May joins the show for a brief history lesson of years long-gone from here on WLNI radio.