Albert Breer: Jets Have To Ask Themselves If Revis Is Worth The TroubleThe MMQB.com NFL reporter discusses the Revis' legal trouble and whether the Jets will keep him.
Former NFL TE: 'Whoever Didn't Vote For T.O. Should Get Voting Rights Revoked'Former NFL tight end George Wrighster joined The Jake Brown Show to sound off on Terrell Owens not getting in the Hall of Fame.
Lawrence: The Exclamation Point On The NFL SeasonSuper Bowl LI, the NFL season's final game between the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots, was nothing short of epic.
Lawrence: Behind The NFL's CurtainThe NFL offers great access to its players, ambassadors and traditions during Super Bowl Week.
Vegas Dave: 'Patriots Aren't Battle Tested This Season'Vegas Dave drops by The Jake Brown Show to explain why the Falcons will win their first Super Bowl.
Former Falcons WR Terance Mathis: 'Atlanta Wants Something To Brag About'Former Falcons WR joins The Jake Brown Show to compare his 1998 Falcons to this team.
Morten Andersen On HOF: 'Timing Would Be Good This Year To Get In'The NFL's all-time scoring leader Morten Andersen joined The Jake Brown Show to talk HOF chances, Falcons, Super Bowl, and more.
Lawyer Milloy On Tom Brady: 'Nobody Else In NFL History Has Done It As He Has'Former Super Bowl champion Patriots safety Lawyer Milloy joined The Jake Brown Show to talk Tom Brady's legacy and Super Bowl 51.
Lawrence: Last Stop, Houston!The Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots, the NFL's two best teams, make for an explosive matchup in Super Bowl LI.
Tony Gonzalez On Aaron Rodgers: 'When He's On, He's The Best QB Ever'Future NFL HOF tight end Tony Gonzalez dropped by The Jake Brown Show to talk Aaron Rodgers and Matt Ryan.
Amy Trask On Raiders Potential Move To Las Vegas: 'Going To Crush A Lot Of Hearts'Former Raiders CEO joined The Jake Brown Show to discuss the Raiders to Las Vegas, Chargers to LA, and more.
Lawrence: Social Media Seismology In Today's NFLSteelers receiver Antonio Brown Facebook Lived a locker room speech in which coach Mike Tomlin called the Patriots a vulgarity.

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