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3 IN, 3 OUT: Blasting early offseason narratives and talking Fan Controlled Football with co-founder Patrick Dees

3 IN, 3 OUT: Blasting early offseason narratives and talking Fan Controlled Football with co-founder Patrick Dees

Update: 2021-02-24
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Clinton Bonner brings three early offseason narratives to the show and the reason why each scenario should be avoided. He says the Seahawks don't need to pay a high-priced veteran to come to Seattle to be the number three option behind Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf. We now have multiple data points regarding paying aging tight ends to come to Seattle, so avoid that too. Finally, we discuss why cutting really good veteran players to simply create cap space is nonsensical. 

In the second half of the show, Patrick Dees, co-founder and Chief Gaming Officer of Fan Controlled Football, joins the show to discuss the story behind the newest professional football league. Dees began his tech career with a business he described as the "Kelly Blue Book of cell phones" and that somehow led him to where he's now in the broadcast booth getting punched in the kidney by Marshawn Lynch. That moment immediately led to another legendary Marshawn moment that made the rounds on Twitter.

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3 IN, 3 OUT: Blasting early offseason narratives and talking Fan Controlled Football with co-founder Patrick Dees

3 IN, 3 OUT: Blasting early offseason narratives and talking Fan Controlled Football with co-founder Patrick Dees

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