CBS Sports Radio’s Super 7 Interviews 4/17-4/21

Actor Hank Azaria on Gio And Jones

“It’s fun to play a character that just pathologically tells the truth. This guy does it in a drunken stupor, but whatever gets you there.”

Miami QB Brad Kaaya on The DA Show

“I do think that my experience will help me because I’ve played in 38+ games.”

Brewers First Baseman Eric Thames on The Jim Rome Show

“I chose to go back here, because I felt I left a lot on the table, and I felt like I was in better control of my mental state.”

Cardinals Head Coach Bruce Arians on Tiki and Tierney

“I’m not one of those guys that’s going to die on the sidelines, but until I don’t look forward to coming to work, then I’ll know when it’s time.”

The Vertical NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski on Reiter Than You

“I think Dolan is just predisposed to a dysfunctional environment, and either doesn’t know better or it’s not important enough to him.”

Boston Globe Columnist Jim McBride on Ferrall On The Bench

“I think that he kind of came to the realization that this was good as it was ever going to get for him.”

Fox Sports Southeast Analyst Brevin Knight on After Hours With Amy Lawrence

“So I think it was a nice, calculated move by a coach that has seen all the scenarios by being a championship winner, a championship loser, and having to coach the personalities that he did while in Miami.”

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