Wisconsin teams

Super Bowl 38 Rematch: Preseason Style

Fitz is joined by Courtney Cronin as the two talk about the showdown in Foxborough between Mac Jones and...PJ Walker...oof. They then welcome in Katherine Terrell, ESPN NFL Saints Reporter and Matt Schneidman, Packers Beat Writer for The Athletic before switching gears to the world of college football where they react to the new Big Ten media deal. They then open up the second hour diving into the Panther's QB situation before recapping last night's game between the Bears and Seahawks with Courtney giving the inside scoop on Chicago, Sarah Barshop, ESPN NFL Reporter for the Rams then joins the show before Jason and Courtney wrap things up reacting to two theme songs: one good and one bad.

Stephen A.: Absolutely nothing wrong with Rodgers calling out teammates (1:45)
'Rise': The incredible true Antetokounmpo story is now streaming on ESPN+ (1:35)
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2dRob Demovsky

Packers' WRs meet with QBs after Rodgers' rant

A day after Aaron Rodgers expressed his frustration with the Packers' young wide receivers, they were instructed to report to the quarterback room Wednesday morning to meet with all three quarterbacks.

Hour 4: Meeting of the minds in Green Bay

Matt and Braden open the final hour by criticizing the Lakers team building efforts in recent years. Plus, they discuss the biggest training camp stories of the day, focusing heavily on Aaron Rodgers meeting with his receivers following his public criticism. Matt and Braden wrap up the show with 3 & Out.

Hour 3: Namesakes and LIVin' on a prayer

Chris Canty crashes his own show to react to his Lakers re-signing LeBron James and defend Trey Lance's MVP candidacy. Producer Evan hops on to chat about some of the biggest NFL training camp stories. Plus, Mark Schlabach explains the significance of the PGA Tour players meeting and what's next for golf. Matt and Braden wrap up the hour by dissecting the AP Top 25 poll, declaring which teams are too high and which teams are too low.

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2dKatherine Terrell

Saints QB Winston likely to sit out Packers game

New Orleans Saints coach Dennis Allen said it's unlikely starting quarterback Jameis Winston will play in Friday night's preseason game against the Packers, while the veteran works his way back from a sprained his right foot.