Steelers Podcast – The Terrible Podcast – #41 Post Combine Episode

Steelers Terrible Podcast LogoEpisode #41 of The Terrible Podcast is up and in part 1 we open up by looking at the Steelers\’ move to place a first round restricted tender on tackle Willie Colon and its ramifications. We also discuss Adam Schefter\’s news concerning tackle Flozell Adams, Ziggy Hood\’s surgery and Hines Ward\’s appearance on Dancing With the Stars. We follow up the Steelers news with a discussion of the Jets big cuts, Clinton Portis being let go and other NFL moves. We close Part 1 with a look at the CBA and get
Dave\’s take on the combine.

In Part 2 we have a great interview with Leon Hughes of Football National Scouting. Leon tells us how he got in the business and then we get into the combine and the draft. It\’s a great 20 minute conversation packed with information on prospects and a discussion of guys the Steelers might be interested in.

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