While MDS and Rosenthal are cavorting with Ines Sainz at Media Day, one of us has to actually do some work.
Fortunately, it ain’t me.
Instead of churning content (thanks to Silva and Alper for pitching in), I spent a chunk of the morning taping today’s edition of ProFootballTalk (Almost) Live, live (almost) from Radio Row in Dallas.
Today’s guests include legendary Packers linebacker Dave Robinson, Cowboys running back Felix Jones, who taped a segment with us on Monday afternoon, and Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times, with details on the new stadium developments Los Angeles.
Dave Robinson played for the Packers under Vince Lombardi, and “Dave Robinson” is one of only six characters in the Broadway play Lombardi. Pictured with actor Rob Riley, Robinson has some great insights about Lombardi and the first Super Bowl game. Robinson is making the rounds in Dallas in conjunction with PastPain.com, a group that has raised and provided $2 million in free medical care to retired NFL players.
The show starts at 2:00 p.m. ET.
Later in the week, we’ll have Ndamukong Suh, Miles Austin, John Elway, Drew Brees, Ray Rice, Jermichael Finley, and more.