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2013 NFL Pro Bowl

NFL Names Alumni Captains For 2015 Pro Bowl

File this one under: Things The NFL Is Doing To Keep Its Barely Watchable All-Star Game Fresh, Though Still Probably Unwatchable. The league office today announced its two alumni captains for the 2015 Pro Bowl, […]


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Cris Carter: ‘Ed Reed A Once-Every-25 Year Player’

Is an 34-year old Ed Reed better than most safeties in their prime?


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Cris Carter On DeVier Posey’s Return

Wide receiver DeVier Posey may not like what former NFL wide receiver and ESPN analyst Cris Carter thinks of his Achilles injury.


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Andre Johnson Still A Top Five Receiver

Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter joins MaD Radio to talk about Andre Johnson, Ed Reed, and how to handle the Aaron Hernandez case.

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NFL Hall Of Fame Not Built On Numbers

Clark Judge of joins MaD Radio. We talk about Terrell Owens not being a Hall of Famer. We also discuss the AFC South.


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Bounties A Touchy Subject For Aaron Glenn

Aaron Glenn joined Vandermeer & Lopez and they talked about Cris Carter’s comments on bounties as well as the NFL offseason.


Seahawks v Raiders

Ronnie Lott Put A Bounty On Phil Simms

Bill Romanowski joins J&R to talk about the allegations that Cris Carter made about Romanowski threatening him.

SportsRadio 610–05/09/2012

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Bounties Have Been Around Forever

John McClain joined Vandermeer & Lopez and they discussed Cris Carter’s comments that he put out bounties as well as the latest with the Texans and the rest of the NFL.