Derrick Brooks
52 min
Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker & Tampa Bay Buccaneers legend Derrick Brooks joins Adam Schein to talk about the Bucs resurgence, Tom Brady's effect on the team, what a potential home Super Bowl would mean for the city of Tampa, and what it was like playing for Jon Gruden.
Nothing Personal with David Samson
Nothing Personal with David Samson
CBS Sports, Baseball, MLB
MLB tender deadline could lead to historic free agent market
Today’s word of the day is ‘tender’ as in chicken tender as in ballpark tenders as in the tender deadline is here in MLB. What exactly does it mean? It means there could be a record number of free agents on the market in Major League Baseball (0:06). The New York Mets did it! Hurray, Steve Cohen! The Mets went out and signed reliever Trevor May and Mets fans are losing their collective minds. They think this is the moment where everything goes their way. Is this the sign of big free agent signings to come or the Steve Cohen just having new owner-itis (16:02). So You Wanna Talk To Samson!? Someone asked me to talk about COVID’s impact on the upcoming NBA and MLB seasons. Doc Rivers spoke yesterday about how worried he is about the NBA’s chances of finishing a season. Uh oh (25:48). Review - Wayne (39:35). Let’s end today talking some football. The Eagles are a disaster. Carson Wentz stinks. Doug Pederson is on the chopping block (43:15). The Ravens have no players, but have to play the Steelers 6 days after they were supposed to play the Steelers. What is happening (45:25)? #waittosee -------------------------- 'Nothing Personal with David Samson' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox, Bullhorn and wherever else you listen to podcasts.   Follow David on Twitter: @DavidPSamson  To watch David on CBS Sports HQ visit To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
49 min
We Gotta Believe
We Gotta Believe
Barstool Sports
WGB #71: Cano No Moe
Everything is coming up Cohen! Even "bad" Mets news somehow turns out perfectly for the Mets new owner as Robinson Cano's most recent PED suspension opens up the bottle neck at second base for the 2021 season. The once perennial All-Star second baseman forfeits his season, his position and most importantly, his $24 million paycheck, paving the way for MASSIVE possibilities. Not only will Jeff McNeil get to return to his natural position, but the Mets now free up the money of their second largest contract. What does Uncle Stevie plan on doing with that money you may ask? "Spend it on players." This guy is the real deal, pumping money back into his investment and making the team even better than it was before. Clem and Kyle discuss what that means for players' positions, acquiring new talent and the future of the 38-year-old tumor that still has 2 years and $48 million left on his deal. We also bid farewell to Terry Collins, discuss Noah Syndergaard's progress, pick our 2021 standouts and track the Mets' front office moves. The Mets have become the hot new topic that everyone is talking about and with each new week there's a ton of new news about the crown jewel of the league. We gotta believe that this is our new normal. We are the premiere destination for players and front office talent alike and there's nothing we like more. This can no longer be a seasonal podcast. There's simply too much going on day-to-day and we want to bring it to you week in and week out so strap in folks cause the Mets and We Gotta Believe are in it for the long haul!
1 hr 5 min
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