Austin Gayle discusses the NFL’s busy offseason, winners and losers so far
The Ringer’s Austin Gayle joins The Sportsline to give his impressions on the NFL draft and offseason so far, including why prospect development is more important than prospect evaluation in the combine and draft, on why the Detroit Lions fumbled the ball on becoming a contended in the NFC, and how the Baltimore Ravens won the offseason.
Bob Glauber actually joins us, talking retired life, sports, and more
Retired sports writer for New York Newsday, Bob Glauber joins us (it’s about time) to talk about his life post-career, sports, and more, including how being a journalist was easier and more personable when he first started his job, on how the NFL has done a masterful job of popularizing all of it’s events, and what he thinks of Aaron Rodgers moving to the New York Jets.
Doc Walker and David Teel join The Sportsline
On this Crosswhite Athletic Club edition of The Sportsline, Washington legend Doc Walker joins us to give his thoughts on the Commanders offseason so far and the latest happenings in the NFL, David Teel of the Richmond Times-Dispatch on the transfer portal and reasonable expectations for Tech and UVA football, and a lonely Rich asks the question no one thought he would – will Psycho Robert guest host the show with him?
David Teel talks UVA, VT, transfer portal, NIL, and more area topics
Richmond Times-Dispatch’s David Teel joins The Sportsline to talk latest in area college athletics, including if he believes Virginia’s basketball program is losing the transfer portal battle so far, on what steps the NCAA and other organizations could do to limit the frequent usage of the transfer portal and NIL, and why 6-6 would be a success for Virginia or Tech’s football season.
Former Washington star Doc Walker recaps the team’s offseason and draft
Rick “Doc” Walker joins The Sportsline to review Washington’s offseason so far and how the Commanders did in the NFL draft, including his thoughts on how new OC Eric Bieniemy fits into D.C., on why he wouldn’t pursue Aaron Rodgers as the QB of his franchise, and why he liked former VT passer Hendon Hooker of all the draft’s QB prospects.
The Sportsline, with Brett Friedlander and Monday Mourning, not Bob Glauber
On this month-opening edition of The Sportsline, New York sports writer Bob Glauber doesn’t join us as scheduled for the second time in three shows, Brett Friedlander talks the state of college sports and how the ACC faired in the NFL draft, and Monday Mourning recapped the weekend in sports as usual, including a huge let down in hockey and somebody named Yadong.
Monday Mourns looks at hockey, Yadong, and the NBA
On this edition of Monday Mourning, we recap unfortunate events from the weekend in sports, including an all-time great regular season performance by the Boston Bruins being wasted with their first round elimination, on a UFC fighter’s unbelievable name, and Grizzlies enforcer Dillon Brooks not being able to back his trash talk up + UVA baseball again!
Brett Friedlander talks ACC in the NFL draft, current state of NIL and the portal
Columnist for SaturdayRoad.com, Brett Friedlander joins The Sportsline to talk latest developments in the world of college sports, including how the ACC did, representation wise, in the NFL draft, his thoughts on the usage of NIL and the transfer portal in college athletics, and how former UVA star Brennan Armstrong fits in at N.C. State.
Last Call featuring Dan Dakich, Larry Mac, Joe T, Rashad Jennings, and more
Last Call returns to The Sportsline, as we feature twice the amount of content as usual following a one week absence, as we give another listen to unedited clips and never out-of-context quotes from guests and hosts, including Dan Dakich, Larry McReynolds, Joe Theismann, Rashad Jennings, Rich and Dennis, and plenty more!
The Historian presents the archives through his upgraded cell phone
Wes May, The Sportsline Historian, joins the show for his scheduled Friday appearance to talk memorable past moments in sports and our show, including Rich Roth’s infamous question to Jake Grove, on Donald Sterling’s ouster from his NBA ownership, and when the New York Jets drafted franchise legend Sam Darnold.