Call-in show takes on a slightly higher profile this week

Given the realities of Thanksgiving week, we’re tweaking the PFT Daily schedule.  The bad news is that there will be no call-in show this week.

We’ll give you a moment to compose yourselves.

The good news is that the whole call-in phenomenon moves to a higher profile this week, when yours truly handles Friday guest-hosting duties on The Dan Patrick Show.

We’ll give you a moment to compose yourselves.

In addition to taking some of your calls, we’ve lined up several guests, including (but not limited to) a back-and-forth regarding the NFL labor situation.

Making a rare media appearance will be Bob Batterman, the NFL’s chief outside labor counsel, hired specifically for negotiating a new CBA (or, in the view of the NFLPA, orchestrating a lockout).  NFLPA spokesman George Atallah will respond later in the show.

We’ll otherwise talk a lot of pro football and a little college football.  Unless for the second straight year a major sports figure chases his turkey with a nine-iron chase from his wife.

1 responses to “Call-in show takes on a slightly higher profile this week

  1. I can’t believe I’m writing this, but as regards the possible lockout…Don’t care. Really. I just don’t care. I have been a raving lunatic football fanatic for over 30 years, but the Goodell regime is ruining the game. The NFL has serious problems, and the very least of them is the contract issue ( I’m looking at you refs). The owners would do well to look at what has happened to NASCAR in the interests of ” safety”. MLB post season was VERY compelling this year. Never thought I’d say THAT either.

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