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Rich Eisen Podcast: Les Snead and Larry Fitzgerald

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With the 2014 NFL Draft a little more than two weeks away, Rich Eisen decides to dial up the general manager of the St. Louis Rams, Les Snead, who currently holds two first-round picks. Snead shares his thoughts on some of this year’s top prospects and what goes on behind the scenes to execute that perfect draft day trade.

Next, Pro Bowl receiver Larry Fitzgerald calls in to catch up Rich on all of his offseason travels, his upcoming celebrity softball tournament in Scottsdale and what, if anything, he’s hearing about the Cardinals’ draft plan… Read

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Rich Eisen Podcast:Les Snead and Denard Robinson

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Freshly back from his vacation, Rich dials up St. Louis Rams general manager Les Snead to discuss the 2013 NFL Draft. Snead made headlines last year for the big trade he made with the Washington Redskins that netted the Rams three first-round draft picks. Snead explains how the trade laid the foundation for the rebuilding process he and coach Jeff Fisher have undertaken in St. Louis.

Rich then speaks with fellow Wolverine Denard Robinson to discuss Michigan’s tough loss to Louisville in the NCAA men’s basketball championship game. They also talk about Robinson’s transition from collegiate… Read

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Rich Eisen Podcast: Les Snead and London Fletcher

Guests include the newly hired general manager of the St. Louis Rams, Les Snead, who discusses the options the Rams face with the highly coveted number 2 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. The guys also discuss newly hired Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams and the controversy he’s become embroiled in due to the pay-for-performance “bounty” saga that has overtaken the NFL. Read

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