Pat Boyle says the Giants not placing the franchise tag on Saquon is the correct move, and there is no realistic scenario where they sign Saquon to a long-term deal in free agency. We should thank Saquon for all the memories, and his desire to be a Giant for life, but it is not worth paying an aging running back on an already mediocre offense.
MLB.com's Anthony DiComo joins Lori from Port St. Lucie as the Mets get set for their first full-squad workout.
Newsday's Barbara Barker joins Lori to discuss NBA All-Star weekend. There are some highlights from the weekend's festivities but most of the events are duds. How can the NBA fix it?
Newsday's Andrew Gross joins Lori to discuss a very successful Stadium Series for the NHL that ended with a great comeback win for the Rangers over the Islanders.
SHOW OPEN: Lori gives her thoughts on the Rangers-Islanders Stadium Series matchup at MetLife Stadium.
(SHOW OPEN): Danielle shares her thoughts on the topic of the Mets unwillingness to enter into long-term contract talks with star first baseman Pete Alonso.
SHOW OPEN: Emmanuel opens the show wondering about what Steve Cohen's philosophy is as Mets owner he also discusses the future of Pete Alonso.
FULL SHOW: Tommy talks about how the All-Star Break came at the perfect time for the Knicks.
FULL SHOW: Tommy says the Yankees have done the right things this offseason and are back to being the Yankees of old. Plus, Daniel Jones can not be the future for the Giants.
SHOW OPEN. Lori opens the show talking about the Chiefs winning back-to-back Super Bowls and that she believes Patrick Mahomes has changed his legacy the most of any player or coach from either team after winning his 3rd title. SHOW OPEN.
SHOW OPEN: The Kansas City Chiefs have proven that if you want perennial success in the NFL you need to find a great quarterback. The Giants need to draft their great quarterback if they want to be successful on a year to year basis. Daniel Jones is not that guy, and building a team any other way will not lead to success.
SHOW OPEN: Alvin Cintron opens his show saying the Mets don't have to look far to figure out how to build a winner. They can follow the Knicks lead.
FULL SHOW: Tommy breaks down the Knicks deadline acquisitions and says that it's clear Leon Rose is the best executive in New York sports. Plus, Alex Rodriguez will soon take over Evan and Tiki and an update on Tommy's watching of Vanderpump Rules.
FULL SHOW: Tommy says he has no issues with the way that Tom Thibodeau coaches the Knicks. Plus, Tommy goes down the Vanderpump Rules rabbit hole.
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(INTERVIEW): Danielle chats with Tony Richardson, former Jets and Chiefs fullback to get his opinion on the Jets dysfunction and his thoughts on Super Bowl 58 between the 49ers and the Chiefs.
Yankee beat reporter Randy Miller joins Rickie Ricardo to talk Yankees offseason. He says the Yankees are done spending this offseason, Soto will NOT sign long term with the Yankees and Jordan Montgomery would not take a meeting with the Yankees, plus more.