Jay Glazer Says Colin Kaepernick Will Play In The NFL In 2017

Fox Sports’ NFL Insider Jay Glazer tells TMZ Sports he is certain says Colin Kaepernick will play in the NFL in 2017.

Glazer told TMZ Sports signing Kaep comes down to a simple formula — “skill versus circus” — and that right now, the QB’s abilities outweigh the media attention he’d get for his kneeling protests.

“Because of his level of play, yeah — somebody’s gonna have to (sign him).”
But Glazer says Colin can’t just sit around … and urges the QB to help his own cause.

“You gotta go above and beyond so you can get signed.”

“If you ever want to talk about politics? Fine. … But if he wants to be a football player, TALK FOOTBALL.”

Five Questions Episode 44: Talking Ravens-Steelers with Joseph “Steeler Joe” Landon

seveneighteen’s Shawn Hardie brings on his “adversary,” Joseph “Steeler Joe” Landon to discuss the best rivalry in football, Ravens-Steelers. (Don’t @ us). They discuss how Shawn the native New Yorker ended up a Ravens fan and when the rivalry began, how Ray Lewis should be viewed after his recent antics (9:00 mark), the Ravens-Steelers game that bothered each of them the most (17:30), if the Ravens should seriously consider blowing it up (25:05) and the past, present and future of the Colin Kaepernick saga and Shawn’s piece on boycotting the NFL (28:15 mark).

Five Questions Episode 43: The Curious Case of Colin Kaepernick

Colin-Kaepernick-Donald-Trump Shawn Hardie and Wes Upham discuss the NFL’s reaction to President Trump’s comments regarding Colin Kaepernick and #takeaknee (23:00 mark). They also discuss why NFL owners chose to “unite” with the players (30:30) and Shawn explains why he still watches the NFL and why boycotting specific teams makes more sense than the entire league (35:20). Beforehand, they brought back the Hater’s Call for Shawn after his Ravens got destroyed by Jacksonville (3:45) and briefly discussed the Carmelo Anthony trade (17:00).

This Is It: NFL Free Agency Frenzy

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William H. Strafe, Cousin D & Ali McFly discuss the Eagles’ moves, if the Lions “trading” Ndamukong Suh for Haloti Ngata was wise (7:55), the Seahawks-Saints trade (11:10), which AFC East team can dethrone the Pats (37:15), is this the end of the 49ers (41:08) & what’ll Dallas do about DeMarco Murray (47:00).  Also, Cousin D shares an interesting Spades argument story (27:40).

This Is It | 10.9.13: Romo Being Romo (And The Falcons Stink)

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Strafe, Cousin D, Dr. J. Joe Sargent & Midtown Mo discuss if Tony Romo gets a bad rap (and if they would take Matt Schaub over him),  who will beat the Broncos first and recap their NFL predictions at the quarter-season mark. They also give a Hater’s Call to Falcons fan Carson after the Jets’ surprising win in Atlanta.

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SHOW SCHEDULE

00:00 –  Is the Tony Romo criticism fair?
11:00 –  Tony Romo vs. Matt Schaub and the Super Bowl effect on a QB
22:20 –  Who beats the Broncos first?
27:37 – The Atlanta Falcons are in trouble
35:45 – Hater’s Call: Carson (Falcons)
52:00 – Reviewing our NFL preseason predictions after the quarter mark

 

This Is It | 9.18.13: Canelo & The 49ers Can’t Win For Losing

William H. Strafe, Streetz and Joe Sargent dial up @BrieVanessa for the Hater’s Call after her 49ers got drummed in Seattle. They also discuss how anyone could have given Canelo Alvarez four rounds and who’s the next punching bag for Floyd Mayweather to fight, and Midtown Mo makes a last-minute appearance.

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This Is It | 9.11.13: David Wilson Just Fumbled Again! (and NFL Week 1 Recap)

William H. Strafe & Midtown Mo give the first Hater’s Call of the 2013 NFL season to Streetz after his Giants commit six turnovers against Dallas in Week 1. They also discuss David Wilson’s fumbling (and his angry tweet about it), the rest of Week 1 in the NFL and the upcoming Mayweather-Canelo fight.

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The Beer Exchange, Part 1

All season, the contributors of seveneighteen have been making sports bets of all types from the NFL season through the NBA Finals, putting up a six pack (or some other contraband) as a wager. On July 3, we all got together, brought all the booze that we owed and discussed of the bets that we made and other sports debates, including:

• If a certain team missing its best player would make the NBA playoffs
• If a former Slam Dunk champion would make the Hall of Fame
• What record Landon’s Jets would finish with
• If Erik Spolestra is a Top 5 coach
• Can Adrian Peterson run for 2,500 yards this season?

We now present, The Beer Exchange, Part 1.

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This Is It | 2.6.13: I’m Going To Disney World!


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On this week’s show:

  • An audio history of Baltimore’s recent playoff failures (2008, 2009, 2011) and their road to the championship
  • An oral history of the Baltimore Ravens between their two Super Bowl wins by @WilliamHStrafe (read: Can I talk my sh!t again?!?) (6:00)
  • Strafe, @streetztalk, @315Ness & @MrGetItOnJones discuss momentum and if it really exists after the Super Bowl blackout (15:30)
  • @DrJayJack is gracious enough to accept the Hater’s Call after his 49ers came up short (25:20)
  • Is Joe Flacco an elite quarterback? Can you mention him in the same breath as the top guys? (41:00)
  • Why do certain guys (i.e., Chris Carter) get into the Hall of Fame before others (i.e., Charles Haley)? (58:35)
  • Strafe reads his Dumb Tweet of the Week (1:02:03)
  • Why seveneighteen stopped talking about the Los Angeles Purple & Gold Ribbon All-Stars (1:02:30)

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Super Bowl XLVII Picks From The “Non-Experts” (Read: You)

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By now, every “expert” on every three-, four- and five-letter network has given their “expert” opinion about who will win the Super Bowl and why.

But what about you? You’re just as much of an expert as anyone else, right?

We reached out a number of you and asked three simple questions:

  1. Who will win?
  2. What will the score be?
  3. Who will be the MVP?

Your answers are below. Thanks for participating, and enjoy the game.

PS: I’m picking the Ravens, 27-21. MVP? Joe Flacco

@MidtownMo

@iamBobCanada

@MikeTelly

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Score

34-28

23-20

21-7

MVP

Ray Lewis

Anquan Boldin

Frank Gore

@Lebrons_Legacy

@streetztalk

@JustBeenTested

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Score

27-24

27-21

17-10

MVP

Ray Lewis

Joe Flacco

Ray Lewis

@315Ness

@TheKidSkoob

@jaymarie3

318 318 318

Score

28-21

31-29

35-21

MVP

Anquan Boldin

Ray Lewis

Joe Flacco

@DrJayJack

@kellenicole

@MrGetItOnJones

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Score

35-13

27-24

27-17

MVP

Colin Kaepernick

Ray Lewis

Michael Crabtree

@itsronnyg

@clawsoca

@BriePYT

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Score

27-23

27-24

43-38

MVP

Frank Gore

Frank Gore

Ray Lewis