The DA Show Weekly Rewind 9/5-9/9

GEOFF SCHWARTZ – 9/6/16
Former NFL offensive lineman

“The first two times I did it when I was hurt for the year – so 2011 and 2014. I was on IR. They were both friend things. And last year I played and I was healthy and it was fun. That was a group of media guys I kind of know. This year is the same group. A couple added, a couple left. But I don’t do the drafts. I outsource my drafts.”
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ARMEN KETEYIAN – 9/6/16
Showtime’s 60 Minutes Sports reporter

“We don’t talk about this in the piece but off camera and in part of the interview, he talked about wanting to be sort of the next Michael Strahan. Take it for what it’s worth, but somebody that could be a multi-media, multi-platform personality. Whether that’s five years in the future or what, he seems to be modeling himself off of that post-career personality.”
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BART SCOTT – 9/7/16
NFL on CBS analyst

“They’re going to give him his job back and see if he can still maintain the level of play. But if the team dips and loses some games, they might say, ‘Tony, your back’s still hurting. He had a setback.’ And they might shut him down that way.”
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AMY TRASK – 9/8/16
CBS Sports Network analyst

“Putting aside the sort of societal and free-speech issues from a legal standpoint, I think that it would be very troubling for a team to do that. There are rules in other leagues. There are not in the NFL. It was about 20 or 25 years into my career before it was actually a rule that teams had to be on the field for the anthem. Now certainly many, many teams were on the field for the anthem, but it was left to the discretion of the team and that didn’t become a rule until roughly 2009.”
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BILL REITER – 9/8/16
CBSSports.com columnist

“Take Super Bowl 50 and that ridiculous, petulant press conference and take that way, before that I think he’s been treated somewhat unfairly, if not very unfairly. I want to see him do what LeBron James did, a guy that I covered in Miami, what other guys have done and take what is a pretty dark moment – and I think mostly his mistakes on and off the field brought it about after that loss to the Broncos – and go to another level and mature and be a better guy. We all make mistakes.”
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