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 Ken Becks owner of 1stdownscouting.com joins us to talk about the Browns game and preview the Browns and Packers.

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Brian Skinnell WSHC joins us to talk about the Ravens and Redskins.

Tim Bielik Browns beat writer for Loraine Morning Journal joins us to talk about the Browns and Buckeyes.

Weedin’ with Weeden is a new segment on NNR.

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Bill Smith is a former coach of several semi-pro teams, has officiated both football and basketball, done color on radio for college football and basketball and has scouted talent. He edits https://fryingpansports.com/ and was a senior writer for .  He has also published several novels on and a non-fiction work at http://www.merriam-press.com/.

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Tonight on the radio version of News, Notes and Rumors

 

Our Cleveland focused NFL Draft Special continues tonight at 6:00 PM EDT.

Cleveland sports legend Bob Karlovec joins me at 6:00 PM for analysis of the first round.

Samantha Bunten joins me at 6:30 to talk about the draft.

We are very honored to have Matt Waldman of Rookie Scouting Portfolio.  We will cover rounds 2 and 3.

Saturday the broadcast will begin at 11:30 with our co-host Ken Becks from 1stdownscouting.com/1st down.

Press the Green arrow in the lower right of at show time for NNR second annual live draft coverage.

Our NNR Sportsims.net football league will start on May 2.  The league is free to our listeners and readers.  Email me at [email protected] to register.  The draft order will be determined by the date of registration.

NNR at 6PM EDT follows the Moohead show at 5PM on http://mooheadradio.com/2.0/.  Press the Green arrow at 6 for NNR.

Join Mr. Moohead  on after early Cavs games for his post-game chat.

The archive of the show is available the following day at https://fryingpansports.com/radio-show/.

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Consider Green Bay Packers Wall Decals to Add Zing to Any Room

Wall decals are a great option if you are going to redecorate your house. You can have specific types of wall decals in different rooms. You can also have a separate theme for each room. Otherwise you can have just one theme and work with it in all the rooms of your house. Basically, the decision is yours.

This means that you are going to do anything you like and it will be representing you and your thoughts. Wall decals are a good way of expressing yourself. This is simple to put together and you are going to have a lot of fun doing it.

The specialty of wall decals is its portability. Once you paste the wall decals and after a few days you change your mind, you can always reposition them. Maybe you can move them to a different room altogether. They come in different sizes and shapes.

You can make changes in the original design before printing it. If you are a Green Bay Packers fan then you must certainly get Green Bay Packers wall decals. This is a good way of showing your support to the team. You can also decorate young boys’ room if you … Read more at FryingPanSports

Has Kurt Warner already punched his ticket to the Hall of Fame?

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Has Kurt Warner already punched his ticket to the Hall of Fame?

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By Bill Smith

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Kurt Warner will be only the third QB in the history of the NFL to go to the Super Bowl with 2 different teams. But unlike Craig Morton (1970 Dallas & 1977 Denver when he had a passer rating of 0.0 in the Super Bowl vs. Dallas) or Earl Morrall (1968 Baltimore & 1972 Miami who was benched for a recovered Bob Griese) Kurt carried the entire franchise on his back all the way to Tampa Bay. Most of you probably know that.

Warner has also ranked right at the top since 2003 in NFL history for all time quarterback rating. He was #1 after the 2003 season, and is now #3 (as of the end of 07). Most of the other guys below him on that list are already in the Hall. But you probably never thought about the two teams that Kurt took to the Super Bowl.

1999 St. Louis Lambs—The lambs were perhaps the most dysfunctional team in the … Read more at FryingPanSports