Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio
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Monday, October 31, 2017
6:00 – The Patriots have shipped Jimmy Garoppolo to the 49ers. The 49ers have their guy now, and the Patriots decided 40 year old Tom Brady is their guy for the immediate future.
6:18 – Mike breaks down the Zeke Elliott suspension. It looks like it will stick this time. Plus, Mike thinks this will make Jerry Jones more determined to affect Roger Goodell’s contract extension.
6:35 – Mike breaks down a win by the Chiefs on Monday Night Football, and the Paxton Lynch era for the Broncos is about to begin.
6:48 – The Seahawks traded for Duane Brown, who looks to shore up their offensive line. Seattle is all in this year, bringing in Sheldon Richardson, Dwight Freeney, and Duane Brown since the season began.
7:00 – What You Need to Know– Zeke Elliott was suspended again, and Mike explains why this time it likely won’t get overturned. Chris breaks down the impact on the Cowboys offense on the field.
7:18 – The 49ers traded a second round pick for Jimmy Garoppolo. Mike wonders which team made the first call, and Chris thinks Kyle Shanahan has the perfect QB to run his system.
7:35 – We wonder how the Patriots are so confident that 40 year old Tom Brady will be able to stay healthy for the next few years.
7:48 – Mike and Chris break down a solid win by the Chiefs on Monday Night Football. Broncos appear headed for a QB change.
8:00 – What You Need to Know– Mike and Chris break down the Zeke Elliott suspension, and the Jimmy Garoppolo deal.
8:18 – Mike and Chris break down a solid win by the Chiefs on Monday Night Football. Broncos appear headed for a QB change.
8:35 – NBC Sports Boston’s Tom Curran tells us why the Patriots made this deal, how much longer Brady will play, and why 2019 could be a year of huge change in New England.
8:48 – While You Weren’t Working- Word is that Hue Jackson really wanted Jimmy Garoppolo this offseason, but the Browns front office disagreed. Things could get ugly when they eventually split in Cleveland.