The Buccaneers Won’t Be Great, Onside Kick Rule Change, College Player Compensation
Many fans around the league believe that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are a Super Bowl ready team, but the reality is that they are not quite ready to compete yet. A proposed rule change to the onside kick could allow teams the option of attempting to convert a fourth-and-15 play from their own 25-yard line, but this could create more problems than it fixes. Reggie Bush says that paying college athletes could “destroy some people,” Dak Prescott is still trying to navigate a new contract with the Dallas Cowboys, and ESPN is producing a 9-episode docuseries about Tom Brady.
Rooney Rule, DeAndre Baker, 2020 Coach of the Year Odds
The NFL and George Floyd, Salary Cap Decrease, Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds
About The Show
Throughout his three-decade long career with the NFL, Mike Lombardi worked as an NFL executive with the San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles, and Oakland Raiders alongside NFL legends including Bill Belichick, Bill Walsh and Al Davis. On The GM Shuffle, Lombardi and co-host Adnan Virk will tackle a wide range of topics weekly within the world of the NFL and break down everything listeners and fans need to know about players, coaches, organizations, the draft, free agency, and all the NFL storylines in a way that only they could with the success and credibility they bring to the podcast audience.