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The Ringer NFL Show features a rotating group of Ringer NFL experts, including Robert Mays, Kevin Clark, and Danny Kelly. The show will also feature ex-players and coaches, among others, as guests.

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An upbringing based on God, family, and football turns Cam into a high school phenom.
Kevin is joined by The Ringer's Danny Kelly and The Athletic’s Sheil Kapadia to break down the stats you should know heading into the 2020 season. They talk about the Patriots defense being overrated, Kyler Murray’s looming breakout season, and the underrated Colts. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly and Sheil Kapadia
We break down the news of Patrick Mahomes signing a 10-year extension with the Kansas City Chiefs worth $503 million. We assess the value of Mahomes, the ripple effect this deal might have throughout the league, and whether or not this deal could backfire. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Nora Princiotti
The Ringer's latest narrative podcast, 'The Cam Chronicles,' written and reported by Tyler R. Tynes, follows the life and career of Patriots quarterback Cam Newton. The six-episode series will premiere Monday, July 13, on the 'Ringer NFL Show' feed.
Kevin is joined by The Ringer’s Danny Kelly and Kaelen Jones to list their tiers of teams that could win the Super Bowl in 2020 and break down what those teams need to do to get there. They begin by discussing the Chiefs, 49ers, Ravens, and Saints before talking about the fringe teams that could make the leap this season. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly and Kaelen Jones
Bakari Sellers, host of ‘The Bakari Sellers Podcast,’ is joined by Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson to talk about his time playing at Clemson and the Black Lives Matter movement within the NFL. Host: Bakari Sellers Guest: Deshaun Watson
Kevin is joined by Ringer staff writer Tyler Tynes to break down Cam Newton’s signing with the New England Patriots. They talk about why this deal works for everybody involved, what this season could mean for the rest of Cam’s career, and the biggest misconceptions about the star quarterback (0:05). Later, Ringer staff writer Danny Kelly joins the show to talk about Cam’s fantasy outlook and how he changes the Patriots offense (22:10). Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Tyler Tynes and Danny Kelly
We give our instant reactions to the Patriots signing Cam Newton and discuss how Bill Belichick pulled this off, the financial details of Newton's contract, and how Cam changes New England’s offensive scheme and overall potential in 2020. Host: Danny Heifetz Guest: Tyler Tynes and Nora Princiotti
Kevin is joined by The Ringer’s Danny Kelly and PFF’s Sam Monson to discuss how to identify the best player in the NFL and how a player's position factors into the conversation. Then, they each offer up their selections for the best player in the league, best quarterback, and best player not in the conversation this year who will be next year. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly and Sam Monson
As we prepare for the 2020 season, we ask who will take the leap this year. We offer up the players, coaches, and teams who will make a significant improvement this season. Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Nora Princiotti and Evan Silva
NFL Network senior correspondent Steve Wyche joins the show to talk about what has stood out over the last two weeks in terms of player activism and participation in the movement toward racial justice in the NFL. We touch on what still needs to be done by the league’s owners, as well as how players can sustain this movement throughout the season (0:40). Then, the Ringer’s Nora Princiotti calls in to talk about the biggest storylines of the 2020 season (31:50). Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Steve Wyche and Nora Princiotti
As draft season approaches, we break down one of the hottest draft strategies in fantasy football: zero RB, also known as waiting to draft running backs until the middle rounds and loading up on wide receivers and tight ends early. We discuss the logic behind the strategy, and offer up the most valuable middle-to-late-round running backs. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck Donate to help support the fight for racial justice here
Steve and Pete are joined by San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich to have a conversation about the state of our nation, how we got here as a country, our absence of leadership, and how we can take action to grow and bring about change following the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. Host: Steve Kerr and Pete Carroll Guest: Gregg Popovich This show is raising money for COVID-19 relief. You can help! Donate here!
Steve and Pete are joined by Pete’s former college housemate and baseball super agent Scott Boras to chat about helping players overcome fear, the similarities and differences between coaches and agents, and understanding how to negotiate for a player. Next they get into the necessary measures being taken to begin the process of bringing sports back amid the COVID-19 outbreak.  Hosts: Steve Kerr and Pete Carroll Guest: Scott Boras  This show is raising money for COVID-19 relief. You can help! Donate here!
Kevin is joined by The Ringer’s Danny Kelly and Rotoworld’s Patrick Daugherty to rank their top 10 coaches in the NFL as well as the worst. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Danny Kelly and Patrick Daugherty
As fantasy season begins to heat up, we share 15 of our favorite players for 2020 whom you shouldn't leave your draft without. We sell you on why middle-tier wide receivers like Robert Woods and Adam Thielen are more valuable than you think, and why the Steelers are the most underrated offense in the league. Host: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
Steve and Pete provide an update on their respective sports, express optimism on a possible NBA return, and discuss how the NFL is managing in the offseason (00:00).  Then they are joined by the one and only Bill Murray to talk about filming 'Space Jam' and playing golf with Larry Bird and Michael Jordan, the similarities between sports and filmmaking, stories from the set of 'Ghostbusters,' how he got his start in comedy, and more (00:00). Hosts: Steve Kerr and Pete Carroll Guest: Bill Murray This show is raising money for COVID-19 relief. You can help! Donate here!
The Ringer’s Bryan Curtis joins the show to talk about the specific ways this NFL season will differ from past seasons, how money affects the NFL’s preparation for the season, and the role of broadcasters with regard to replicating the passion of a game without fans (1:30). Then, former Packers safety Will Blackmon joins Kevin to chat about Mike McCarthy’s potential in Dallas, how a stunted training camp could benefit certain teams, and the Aaron Rodgers–Jordan Love relationship (24:25). Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Bryan Curtis and Will Blackmon
As we prepare for the upcoming season, we must ask ourselves the age-old question of how to feel about the players seemingly entering the twilight of their careers. We highlight the most popular aging players and decide if they are trusted, rusted, or dusted. Hosts: Danny Heifetz and Craig Horlbeck
Steve and Pete are joined by author Michael Lewis ('Moneyball,' 'The Blind Side,' and 'The Big Short') to talk about how he gets the ideas for his books, and the background story of ‘The Blind Side’ and how it influenced the NFL’s view on the left tackle position. They discuss how advancements in technology are affecting sports and whether or not a coach can change a player's natural ability. Finally they discuss the extraordinary influence of Timothy Gallwey‘s book ‘The Inner Game of Tennis.’ Hosts: Steve Kerr and Pete Carroll Guest: Michael Lewis This show is raising money for COVID-19 relief. You can help! Donate here!
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Comments (29)

Joe Barile

Tell us again how humble Cam is?

Jul 13th
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Joe Barile

Cam considers himself humble...that's funny

Jul 6th
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Patrick Robbins

where is Robert Mays!?

Dec 23rd
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Go Billers

first 10 min are them kissing their own ass

Sep 19th
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Craig Thompson

first 2 mins is all commercials add that to the general snark of these two means in can no longer listen to this podcast

Aug 31st
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Tony Ehrke

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Jan 18th
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Ruben Gregory Ramos

LOVE ME SOME LOMBARDI!!

Dec 4th
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Wisly Michel

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Nov 12th
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George S. Walker

i guess you're happy that Hue was fired since that was your life ambition..

Nov 3rd
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Horace Pasley Jr.

Thanks Lombardi! Who Dat!

Oct 24th
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George S. Walker

Lombardis' phone is crap. Please show him how to sound better on the phone.

Oct 24th
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Horace Pasley Jr.

You guys never show any love for the Saints.

Oct 23rd
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Oct 19th
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Oct 15th
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Aaron Thomas

😄😃😀😊☺😉😍

Oct 15th
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Rob Townsley

Lombardi dropping them f-bombs this episode. Love it!

Oct 4th
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Paul Hu

no respect for niners defense.. you know we get foster back this week

Sep 20th
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brand One

this dudes voice...male vocal fry is real!!

Aug 18th
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jarred longoria

Love this Cast !

May 1st
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Paul Hu

great calculated discussions.. makes the other sports shows and 'hot takes' pretty unbearable. I only listen to the NFL ringer btw.. can't speak for the other ringer shows

Apr 25th
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