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Jeff and Scott are joined by WR Justin Watson (29:45), who breaks down his TD catch and explains how some advice from Josh Cribbs led him to returning punts in the NFL.
Jeff & Scott are joined by Breshad Perriman (27:00), who discusses his game in Jacksonville, the Bucs' close-knit receivers room and more.
Jeff and Scott complete the Class of '19 set with Mike Edwards (28:20) and talk about position flexibility, a certain Cincy delicacy and that "San Diego Moment".
Jamel Dean (31:15) joins the Dogs and explains to Jeff and Scott what a split-cut is and how he managed to learn so much from extra film study in one week…The Dogs also recap current events and take questions from fans.
The Dogs break down the latest game and the wrong way to eat oysters, then get rookie K Matt Gay (31:47) on to discuss his big life moments and how 50 is the new 40.
Jeff and Scott talk to rookie OLB Anthony Nelson (34:07) about his football family and transition to the NFL, talk about the Tennessee game and play-calling and finally get to the bottom of Pound-Gate.
Jeff and Scott chat with rookie WR Scotty Miller, (25:27) about his draft experience and transition to the NFL, and also touch on such subjects as JPP, Publix subs and the Titans.
With all the players gone for the bye week, Jeff and Scott meander through a winding discussion about France, Chicago food, false equivalencies, travel challenges…oh, and Bucs football!
Jeff and Scott discuss current Buc events until (27:45) special guest Will Gholston shows up to teach them the difference between a city fumble and a country fumble, and why wrestling is a great sport for young football players.
The dogs talk – and talk and talk – about the win in L.A., until (29.58) special guest Chris Godwin joins in to restore some order.
Jeff and Scott discuss the Giants game and red zone woes, take fan questions and go extra-long with Dare Ogunbowale (25:30 mark) , who says he has every reason to smile at all times.
After running through a busy NFL news weekend, Jeff and Scott get ILB Kevin Minter on the show and talk to him about the Panthers game, Saquon Barkley and honeymoons.
Jordan Whitehead (18:30 mark) joins the 咸狗 to talk about flipping the switch on game day and learning to be a pro, while the Dogs discuss the 49ers game and London pubs.
LB Jack Cichy joins the Dogs, who learn of his childhood quest to beat his sisters at basketball, (21:17). The Dogs also discuss roster cuts, the opener, country music and movies.
With Rakeem "Nacho" Nunez-Roches joining Jeff and Scott, (17:12 mark) the 咸狗 discussion turns to tempo violators, miniature pit bulls and giving back even when you don't have much to give.
The Dogs talk to the NFL’s leading pass-catcher (one Tanner Hudson), find out about Hudson’s small-town roots and disagree about fantasy football.
With new Ring of Honor member Rondé Barber in the studio (21:50 mark), the Dogs find out what it means to be hyper-focused, find out which current players have caught Ronde's eye and trade dolphin puns.
Scott and Jeff lament the (salty) dog days of training camp, at 14:49 special guest Shaq Barrett talks about the honest answers that brought him to Tampa and get some advice for the London trip.
They're back for Season Two and saltier then ever, as Jeff and Scott get impressive rookie Sean Murphy-Bunting as their first guest and also discuss the best things they've seen in training camp so far.
The 咸狗 return with a very special guest, landing the first interview in Tampa with the newest Buccaneer, Devin White, who somehow managed to turn an eight-hour flight delay into a positive thing.
The 咸狗 are back! In this episode, PewterReport.com's Trevor Sikkema (23:05) goes full draftnik, Jeff passes Scott's quiz on franchise tags, and a listener sends the dogs down memory lane in search of draft steals.
In this episode Jeff Ryan and Scott Smith speak to the newest Head Coach of the Buccaneers, Bruce Arians, about the three words that make up the culture of a team and some interesting nuggets about how the Bucs will practice.
In this week's episode, special guest Alex Smith talks about reinventing himself in the NFL. Jeff Ryan discusses the etiquette of tipping waiters, and Scott Smith recalls some of the most random big games in team history.
In this episode, Casey Phillips joins the Dogs (25:50) for a record-breaking second time and brings a soapbox with her, while Scott Smith and Jeff Ryan discuss the joy of a defensive struggle.