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PFT Live: Deflategate report should come out after White House visit

Mike Florio discusses whether the Deflategate report will be released before the Patriots visit the White House. Florio believes the league will wait to release the report until after the visit.

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PFT Live: Does Cowboys website article about AP constitute tampering?

An article on the Dallas Cowboys website argues for going after Adrian Peterson, which is in violation of the tampering policy, but Mike Florio believes nothing will ultimately come from this.

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PFT Live: What’s Marcus Mariota worth to San Diego?

Mike Florio answers calls and tweets from the PFT Planet regarding the Seahawks draft plans, the Marcus Mariota-Chargers rumors and the impact of Aaron Hernandez’s case on teams taking guys with red-flags.

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PFT Live: Delanie Walker, Antonio Smith, Texans talk with John McClain

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We’re almost ready for the weekend in these parts, but it won’t be time to sign off for the week until Friday’s edition of PFT Live is finished.

Thanks to a great set of guests, the waiting shouldn’t be too difficult. Mike Florio will welcome Titans tight end Delanie Walker to the show for a discussion about what his team might be up to with the second overall pick in the draft. Broncos defensive lineman Antonio Smith will also be a guest and we’ll find out what led him to sign with Denver after his release in Oakland.

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle will also drop in during the show for a chat about what the Texans, who used to employ Smith, are thinking with a couple of weeks to go before the draft. Miami of Ohio cornerback Quinten Rollins will be on hand as well to give us some draft perspective from someone trying to earn a job.

On top of all that, we’ll be covering the latest on Adrian Peterson and talking about New England’s forthcoming visit to the White House.

We also want to hear from PFT Planet. Email questions at any time via the O’Reilly Auto Parts Ask the Pros inbox or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app. You can also watch a simulcast of the first hour of the show by clicking right here.

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ProFootballTalk: Adrian Peterson scheduled to be reinstated on April 17

Now that Adrian Peterson has a reinstatement date, Mike Florio and the rest of the PFT crew talk about the running back’s options going forward with or without the Vikings.

 

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ProFootballTalk: Paul Allen talks Peterson’s reinstatement, future

In light of Adrian Peterson’s reinstatement to the NFL, Vikings play-by-play man Paul Allen joins the show to discuss the next steps for Peterson, as well as his future in Minnesota.

 

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PFT Live: Inglewood, Carson racing to bring NFL back to L.A.

Mike Florio discusses the latest news on the NFL’s return to Los Angeles, explaining how the city of Carson will soon vote on the project and will then likely join Inglewood as the two leading candidates.

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PFT Live: Giants owner expects NFL takeover of replay reviews

As Giants owner John Mara expects the NFL’s Command Center to take over all replay reviews, Mike Florio says this will aid in consistency and correctness with plays in question.

 

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PFT Live: Nice guy Russell Wilson may get greedy with contract

Russell Wilson is due for a new contract and Mike Florio believes the Seahawks will frame the negotiations in a way that makes the QB look greedy, citing the discount Colin Kaepernick took to help his team.

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PFT Live: T.J. Clemmings, Devonta Freeman, Dan Wetzel of Yahoo Sports

Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez listens as the guilty verdict is read during his murder trial at the Bristol County Superior Court in Fall River AP

Aaron Hernandez was convicted of murder on Wednesday and received a sentence of life in prison after a trial that Dan Wetzel of Yahoo Sports covered closely.

Wetzen will join Mike Florio on Thursday’s edition of PFT Live to discuss that trial and the verdict handed down by the jury. They’ll also talk about Hernandez’s forthcoming trial on other murder charges during Wetzel’s visit.

We’ll also be focusing on matters a bit closer to the field of play. Pittsburgh offensive tackle T.J. Clemmings will drop in to share his experiences on the pre-draft circuit, including which teams have given indications of interest in his services. Falcons running back Devonta Freeman will be a guest too and we’ll hear about the first days of work with new coach Dan Quinn.

We also want to hear from PFT Planet. Email questions at any time via the O’Reilly Auto Parts Ask the Pros inbox or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app. You can also watch a simulcast of the first hour of the show by clicking right here.

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ProFootballTalk: Todd Gurley could make a difference in Dallas

The Cowboys believe they don’t need an expensive running back, but come draft time Dallas could look for a wide receiver to replace Dez Bryant or make a move for Todd Gurley.

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ProFootballTalk: Aaron Hernandez likely to face two more life sentences

Aaron Hernandez has been found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole, but Mike Florio he wouldn’t have been shocked if the star athlete was acquitted.

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ProFootballTalk: Should Wonderlic Test results be made public?

Ross Tucker and Jon Ritchie discuss the merits of the Wonderlic Test. Not only do they question whether the results should just be made public, but also if a high score could be a disadvantage.

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PFT Live: Chris Canty, Patriots talk with Tom Curran

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The Aaron Hernandez verdict is in and the former Patriots tight end has been found guilty of murdering Odin Lloyd.

On Wednesday’s PFT Live, Tom Curran of CSN New England will join Mike Florio to discuss the verdict and responses from Hernandez’s former teammates with the Patriots.

Ravens defensive end and Pro Football Talk on NBCSN contributor Chris Canty will also be on the show. Canty said he’s looking forward to sacking Jameis Winston on the show last night and we’ll see what else is on his mind at this point in the offseason. Vikings play-by-play man Paul Allen will also be on the show to talk about running back Adrian Peterson on the first day the NFL has decided he is eligible to come off the commissioner’s exempt list.

Florio will also be discussing another round of leaked Wonderlic scores. He’ll talk about whether there will be any changes in the future to stop that from happening or if some prospects will refuse to take part in what’s allegedly information that’s only for the teams.

We also want to hear from PFT Planet. Email questions at any time via the O’Reilly Auto Parts Ask the Pros inbox or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app. You can also watch a simulcast of the first hour of the show by clicking right here.

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ProFootballTalk: Does Crabtree signing change Raiders’ draft plans?

The PFT crew debates whether or not the Oakland Raiders should still try to target a wide receiver with the No. 4 overall pick after signing Michael Crabtree to a one-year deal.

 

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