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Steve Jones Show – Tuesday, March 12, 2019 Hour 1

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Steve Jones Show - Tuesday, March 12, 2019 Hour 1
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Topics: Former Penn Stater Adrian Amos to leave the Bears for Green Bay, more NFL free agency, plus breaking news as the FBI and federal prosecutors have uncovered a massive bribery scheme to get students admitted to elite universities as recruited athletes and help them cheat on college entrance exams to gain admission (aka Operation Varsity Blues). Guest: Rob Oshinskie (National Football Foundation Central PA Chapter) joins us to discuss their annual awards dinner this Sunday in State College.  For more information on the event, click here: https://footballfoundation.org/news/2019/2/26/football-nff-central-pennsylvania-chapter-prepares-for-22nd-annual-scholar-athlete-awards-dinner.aspx

Steve Jones Show – Monday, January 7, 2019 Hour 2

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Steve Jones Show - Monday, January 7, 2019 Hour 2
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Guest: Philadelphia sports writer/reporter Matt Leon (Newsradio 1060 KYW) calls in to share his thoughts on the improbable wild card win by the Eagles at Chicago. Topics: questionable NFL referee calls and instant replay plus flopping in college basketball.

Steve Jones Show – Thursday, May 3, 2018 Hour 2

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Steve Jones Show - Thursday, May 3, 2018 Hour 2
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Guests: Steve talks with Former Bucknell Defensive End Abdullah Anderson on signing his undrafted free agent contract with the Chicago Bears. Then, we get a preview of game 4 between Pittsburgh and Washington from Josh Getzoff (Penguins Radio Network) as well as the aftermath of the Tom Wilson hit in game 3.

Steve Jones Show – Tuesday, September 26, 2017 Hour 2

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Steve Jones Show - Tuesday, September 26, 2017 Hour 2
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Guests: Neal Coolong (NFL Writer, USA Today/The Steelers Wire) and Steve discuss the tough Pittsburgh OT loss to the Bears and attempt to figure out when the Steelers’ offense will really be productive.  And in the final half hour, Big Ten Network in-studio football host Dave Revsine shares his story on the exact day he knew Saquon Barkley was going to be a great college player.

Robbie Gould Signs With Giants

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Josh Brown’s future with the New York Giants and possibly the NFL is in jeopardy after police released journal entries and emails in which the place-kicker admitted that he repeatedly verbally and physically abused his former wife. The league reacted Thursday by re-opening its investigation into a 2015 domestic abuse complaint made by Brown’s former wife, though prosecutors said they were closing the criminal case without filing charges because they could not secure key testimony from the woman and other key witnesses. Meanwhile, the Giants announced before traveling to London that Brown wouldn’t make the…

Bears Release Gould

By Sean Wagner-McGough/CBSSports.com – For the first time in forever, field goals at Soldier Field will no longer be as good as Gould. As first reported by ESPN’S Adam Schefter and confirmed by The Chicago Tribune, the Bears cut kicker Robbie Gould on Sunday night. In doing so, the Bears freed up $3 million in cap space. They also just parted ways with their all-time leader in points scored and their longest-tenured player — a distinction quarterback Jay Cutler now owns. In Gould’s career, which began in Chicago in 2005, he appeared in 166 games, connecting on 85.4 percent of…

Buddy Ryan, NFL Innovator, Dies At 82

By Will Brinson/CBSSports.com The NFL lost one of its most colorful and innovative defensive legends on Tuesday morning as Buddy Ryan died at the age of 82. Ryan, the father of Bills head coach Rex Ryan and Buffalo defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, was one of the most brash, bold men in NFL history. The former Eagles and Cardinals coach was most notable for his stretch with the Chicago Bears — Ryan was Chicago’s defensive coordinator from 1978-1985, inventing the “46” defense and constructing perhaps the greatest defense in NFL history, the 1985 Bears. Mike Ditka, hired in 1982 by George…