Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: Chiefs had problems and issues before Super Bowl; Biden will ask for one month MLB season delay

The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Pat Mahomes takes a seat on the field during the second half of action during Super Bowl LV against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sun Feb 7, 2021. Mahomes will need foot surgery the Chiefs announced on Tuesday. (AP News photo)

On Headline Sports with London:

#1 How much did distraction play a role in the Super Bowl for the Kansas City Chiefs. After losing tackle Eric Fisher, then the DUI auto accident with assistant coach Britt Reid, and traveling to Tampa Bay just less than 24 hours before game time on Saturday.

#2 The Chiefs announced that quarterback Patrick Mahomes will undergo foot surgery and had been suffering turf toe since the AFC Championship game against the Buffalo Bills. How much did the injury play a role in his performance?

#3 The Biden administration has offered the idea to delay the MLB season a month until vaccines have been distributed to the players. The administration was confident that all players would be vaccinated. The delay could cancel pre season games in Florida and Arizona and go right into the regular season starting the first week of April.

#4 The Biden administration isn’t the only ones asking baseball to delay spring training but the Arizona Cactus League earlier had asked MLB to delay playing games in Arizona which involves 15 teams due to Covid-19 concerns.

#5 The Sacramento Kings have been on a hot steak they have won six of seven games previous to playing the Philadelphia 76ers last night. The Kings during a three game losing steak had critics saying that Luke Walton was on the hot seat but the recent win streak appears to have given Walton some redemption.

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NFL Playoffs podcast with London Marq: Rams Goff thumb recovery very quick; Bills Allen prepares for Ravens; plus more playoffs

The Los Angeles Rams who are coming off a win over the Seattle Seahawks from last weekend are at Green Bay to face quarterback Aaron Rogers and the Packers at the Frozen Tundra at Lambeau Field for this Sat Jan 16, 2021 (image from packwire.usatoday.com)

London on the NFL playoffs podcast:

#1 Two games are scheduled for this Saturday the first of the two the Los Angeles Rams are in Green Bay to face the Packers. The Rams are coming off a ten points win over the Seattle Seahawks 30-20 and Rams quarterback Jerod Goff threw for 155 yards and one touchdown. Does things get more complicated for the Rams now that their in Green Bay and facing Aaron Rogers and the Packers?

#2 The Buffalo Bills are currently on an 11 game win streak and had a huge first round win over the Indianapolis Colts last Saturday 27-24. The Bills Josh Allen quarterback consistent as ever had a big day under center throwing for 324 yards and two touchdowns. Also how do you see the Bills who are hosting the Baltimore Ravens who are coming off a 20-13 win against the Tennessee Titans last week.

#3 For the next two Sunday games: The Cleveland Browns had a big offensive day against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night 48-37. The Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns in defeating Pittsburgh for the second consecutive week in a row. The Browns head to Kansas City to face the Chiefs, London tell us how you see this match up.

#4 The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New Orleans Saints are both coming off big wins the Bucs defeated the Washington Football Team 31-23 with quarterback Tom Brady who threw for 381 yards and two touchdowns. The Saints quarterback Drew Brees threw for 265 yards and two touchdowns in their win over the Chicago Bears 21-9. How do you see this match up with the Buc and Saints in New Orleans this Sunday?

London Marq does the NFL podcasts throughout the 2021 post season at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

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Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: NFL cheerleader wage exploitation documentary; Bills finish season big against Dolphins; plus more

Former Buffalo Bills cheerleader Maria Pinzone (left) director/producer for the film “Women’s work” Yu Gu (center) and former Oakland Raiders cheerleader Lacy Thibodeaux-Fields  (right) are all are working on the film documentary about NFL cheerleader wage exploitation (photo from sports.yahoo.com)

On Headline Sports with London:

#1 In a NFL cheerleading documentary featuring wage exploitation against former NFL cheerleaders, former Buffalo Bills Cheerleader Maria Pinzone who is the lead plaintiff in the case against the NFL and former cheerleader Oakland Raiders cheerleader Lacy Thibodeaux-Fields is working with Yu Gu director/producer for the documentary  “Women’s Work” which shows how the NFL underpaid it’s cheerleaders for many unpaid hours of work.

#2 The Buffalo Bills (13-3) made easy work of the Miami Dolphins(10-6)  56-26. Bills quarterback Josh Allen threw for 224 yards and three touchdowns. Bills back up quarterback Matt Barkley also threw for 164 yards and one touchdown. The Bills will host the Indianapolis Colts this Sunday for the first round of the playoffs.

#3 The Baltimore Ravens (11-5) got a rather convincing win over the Cincinnati Bengals (4-11-1) 38-3. Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson threw for 183 yards and two touchdowns in the win. Jackson has had quite a season for the Ravens. The Ravens play in Tennessee this Sunday.

#4 Cleveland Browns (11-5) got a two point win over the Pittsburgh Steelers 24-22. The Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield threw for 196 yards and a touchdown. The Steelers finished their season at 12-4 how much have they’ve missed starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The two teams meet again in Pittsburgh for a special edition of Sunday Night Football playoffs.

#5 London talk about Minnesota Vikings (7-9) quarterback Kirk Cousins afternoon against the Detroit Lions (5-11) with a close 37-35 win. Cousins threw for 405 yards and three touchdowns he had to be that good to get by the Lions last Sunday.

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Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: Chiefs playing in a lot of close wins; Cowboys stay alive in big win against Eagles; plus more

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Pat Mahomes and head coach Andy Reid go over the plays during last Sun Dec 27, 2020 win over the Atlanta Falcons (USA Today photo)

On Headline Sports with London:

#1 The Kansas City Chiefs have won seven straight but one big concern they’ve had was the games have been awful close. In their last win they just got by the Atlanta Falcons 17-14 by a field goal with the win at Arrowhead Stadium.

#2 The Dallas Cowboys (6-9) did get a wide open win against the Philadelphia Eagles (4-10-1) 37-17. The Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton threw for 377 yards and three touchdowns. The win helps keep the Cowboys alive in the playoff race.

#3 Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jered Goff is out with a broken thumb he suffered last Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks in the 20-9 loss. Goff may or may not play against the Arizona Cardinals this Sunday for the final game of the season.

#4 The Jacksonville Jaguars (1-14) took a huge loss to the Chicago Bears (8-7) 41-17 Bears quarterback Michael Trubisky threw for 265 yards and two touchdowns. The Jaguars could end up vying for the number one NFL draft pick as they hold the worst record in football.

#5 It wasn’t even close as the Green Bay Packers whipped the Tennessee Titans 40-14 last Sunday. The Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers threw for 231 yards and four touchdowns in the win.

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Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: Neither side talking during Team Washington sexual misconduct settlement; Green injury keeps him from meeting Durant and Nets; plus more

Washington Football Team owner Dan Snyder seen here in Thu Jan 2, 2020 who settled a 2009 sexual misconduct claim. Snyder’s attorney in a July 22 letter gave no description of any wrong doing (AP News file photo)

Headline Sports podcast with London:

#1 Washington Football Team owner Dan Synder who settled on a $1.6 million sexual misconduct claim in 2009. The incident with a female employee occurred while returning from a Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas.

#2 In the agreement which was signed July 22 by a Snyder attorney there was no description of the allegations not any acknowledgment of any wrong doing.  Neither Snyder or Team Washington refused to comment on this any further.

#3 Tuesday night was the first meeting between the Brooklyn Nets Kevin Durant and his former teammates the Golden State Warriors at Barclay Center in Brooklyn since Durant played his last game with the Warriors in the NBA Finals against Toronto in which he suffered an Achilles injury.

#4 The timing wasn’t meant to be the Warriors Draymond Green couldn’t play in Tuesday night’s game against Durant and the Nets because he was suffering a muscle strain in his right foot. Green would only have to watch from the bench as the Warriors played against their former teammate Durant.

#5 The Sacramento Kings who played the Warriors in their last pre season game in a 113-105 loss. The did get scoring help from Harrison Barnes (17), Hassan Whiteside (12), and Buddy Hield (11).  The Kings are in Denver tonight.

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Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: Kings improved offense and defense could be the big difference for 2020-21 season

The new and improved Sacramento Kings led by De’Aaron Fox (5) seen in this Fri Dec 11 photo in Portland have the personnel that could push for post season. From all indications in pre season the Kings look like an improved team (AP News photo)

Headline Sports podcast with London Marq:

#1 It’s only the second exhibition season but after the Sacramento Kings split two games with the Portland Trailblazer in Portland and the Kings dominated for most of Tuesday night’s game against the Golden State Warriors at Golden One in Sacramento is the take away from that the Kings have improved and will be competitive?

#2 Bogdan Bogdanovic was dealt to the Atlanta Hawks after the Kings tried to deal him to the New Orleans Pelicans. Was it in the Kings plans not to hold onto Bogdanovic because he basically walked and the Kings really didn’t get anything for him.

#3 Last Sunday night the Kings after losing the first game of two to the Trailblazers handled the Blazers 121-106 and on Tuesday night the Kings dominated on offense and held the Warriors back on defense it’s exhibition but it could be a sign that they team is on the right path going into the season. The Kings De’Aaron Fox and Buddy Heild but lead the way in scoring.

#4 The Kings play the Warriors again on Thursday night at Golden One for the second game meeting. The Warriors have been focusing on their younger players to see what they can do, Warriors top shooters Kelly Oubre, Stephen Curry, and Andrew Wiggins provided some key offense.

#5 On Fox and Hield they both have a sense on scoring and getting that extra push for a win. They certainly got a drop on the Warriors early in Tuesday’s game.

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Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: With Warriors Wiseman and Green out with Covid how it will impact Saturday’s game?; Sounders go for third straight championship; plus more

Center James Wiseman during his Memphis East days playing against the Oregon Ducks will not debut in his first Golden State Warriors game after testing positive for Coronavirus this week and will be quarantined from 10-12 days according to NBA protocols (nba.com file photo)

On Headline Sports podcast with London:

#1 With the Golden State Warriors first game this Saturday against Denver at the Chase Center the Warriors who were hampered with injuries last season will be no different than other NBA teams going in with Covid issues as they’ll be without center James Wiseman and Draymond Green

#2 NBA rules state that Green and Wiseman must stay away from the club ten to 12 days and will required to test negative twice before returning back to Golden State.

#3 In MLS the Seattle Sounders continue on their road to get another championship as they just got by Minnesota 3-2 Monday night to advance to the next round and face the Columbus Crew tis Saturday night. The Sounders are going for their third MLS cup they won in 2016 and 2019.

#4 The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-5) suffered their third loss in four games this time to the Kansas City Chiefs (10-1) last Sunday in a three points loss 27-24. The Bucs quarterback Tom Brady had another great throwing line with 345 yards and two touchdowns but it wasn’t enough as the Bucs fell short again.

#5 The Pittsburgh Steelers (11-1) perfect record fell as they took their first loss of the season to the Washington Football Team (5-7) 23-17 in Pittsburgh on Sunday. Washington quarterback Alex Smith threw for 296 yards and a touchdown for Washington’s fifth win of the season.

#6 London they’re still talking about it. The New York Jets who were vying for their first win of the 2020 season couldn’t get over the hump leading the Las Vegas Raiders in the fourth quarter with 26 seconds left Raider quarterback Derek Carr put up a Hail Mary that found receiver Henry Ruggs III for the game winner 31-28 and Jet’s defensive coordinator Gregg Williams was fired shortly after the game was concluded.

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Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: Ravens and Steelers third times the charm play tonight on Wednesday Night Football; Saints fined big for Covid protocol violations; plus more

The Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (89) making a middle field catch against the Tennessee Titans defensive back Joshua Kalu (46) and cornerback Malcom Butler (21) at M&T Bank Stadium on Sun Nov 22. Andrews is one of the latest Ravens to test positive for Covid-19 (USA Today photo)

On Headline Sports with London:

#1 Welcome to Wednesday football as the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers will make a third attempt at playing after being postponed twice already. The two teams were going to play on Tuesday but that was switched to Wednesday because they would make the quarantine deadline and of the Ravens Coronavirus outbreaks.

#2 The Ravens reported that tight end Mark Andrews and outside linebacker Matthew Judon had tested positive last Sunday and that they would not be in the line up for Wednesday night’s game.

#3 The New Orleans Saints who are coming off a huge victory from last Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos were fined by the NFL for violating Covid-19 protocols. The fine $500,000 and the Saints had to give up their 2021 seventh round draft pick.

#4 The Las Vegas Raiders who just came off a very close loss to the Kansas Chiefs on Sun Nov 22nd and then lost to the Atlanta Falcons last Sunday by a landslide 43-6 in a game that quarterback Derek Carr called trash and a punch in the face. The lopsided loss is the Raiders second consecutive loss.

#5 The Jacksonville Jaguars (1-10) fired their general manager Dave Caldwell this week. The Jags suffered their tenth straight loss. Jaguars owner Shahid Khan hired Caldwell in 2013. The Jaguars nearly won the Super Bowl in 2018 but other than that year the team has been floundering in mediocrity.

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Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: No cusTOMary handshake from Brady; How Obure and Wannamaker will workout for Golden State; plus more

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady didn’t do the customary post game handshake with the opposing quarterback in this case Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff causing a furry of criticism after Monday Night Football (photo from CBS)

On Headlines podcast with London:

#1 Lots of criticism towards Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady for not going on the field after the game for the customary handshake with the opposing quarterback this time with the Los Angeles Rams Jared Goff after Monday Night Football. Brady refused to shake the hand of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles during week 5.

#2 Brady had this reputation as a nice person who contributes his time for charity and has opened his house up to the much criticized teammate and running back Antonio Brown but after shunning two opposing NFL quarterbacks twice after two games this season he’s starting to hear it from critics all around.

#3 The Golden State Warriors were hoping to have bolstered their roster adding guard Brad Wanamaker and Kelly Oubre Jr after what Warrior Stephen Curry calls after the injury to Klay Thompson “tragic for a guy as talented and hungry as Klay.”

#4 The Sacramento Kings nearly dealt away Bogdan Bogdanovic but now the team is trying to make him an offer. The Kings nearly dealt Bogdanovic to the Milwaukee Bucks but the Bucks acquired Jrue Holidy from the New Orleans Pelicans and Bogdanovic was up for bid as the Atlanta Hawks are vying for him at $72 million for four years. The Kings are debating whether to match that offer but some sources say that the Kings would better letting Bogdanovic go the Hawks because it allow salary cap flexibility around D’Aaron Fox, Marvin Bagley III, and Tyrese Halliburton’s salaries.

#5 On Monday the San Francisco 49ers signed quarterback Josh Johnson 34, as a practice squad quarterback and most likely won’t be on the active roster unless quarterback Nick Mullens is on the injured list. This is Johnson’s 14th NFL team and he has played in four different leauges, the UFL, AAF, XFL, and now the NFL.

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Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: First all black officiating crew to work an NFL game; PC video sports simulator says Jets will win at least one game; plus more

Jerome Boger will be one of five black officials that will work the Los Angeles Rams and Tampa Bay Buccaneers game for the first all black officiating referees in NFL history on Monday Night Football (themorningcall.com file photo)

On the Headlines podcast with London:

#1 The NFL will be introducing the first ever all black officiating crew in NFL history lead by head referee Jerome Boger and by umpire Barry Anderson, down line judge Julian Mapp, sideline judge Dale Shaw, and field judge Anthony Jefferies. The referees will be working the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3) and Los Angeles Rams (6-3) game on Monday Night Football.

#2 London, the New York Jets are 0-9 but a sports game simulator Wolverine Sports a PC sports video game developer says have seven more games to go and they lay odds that the Jets will not go the whole season without a win and finish 0-16 but will win one of their upcoming seven games.

#3 London, The New England Patriots (4-5) have the faith they to a huge defeat over the Baltimore Ravens (6-3) last Sunday 23-17 and have won two straight games after losing four straight. The two wins brings the Patriots sights into making post season.

#4 The Chicago Bears (5-5) quarterback Nick Foles avoided a serious injury after he was carted off the field last Sunday. He avoided hip or leg fractures after being x-rayed as the Bears are already missing one quarterback already. Foles was dropping back to pass and a Minnesota Vikings (4-5) defender took a one handed throw down from Foles chest and Foles went down head over heels on his back and left on the cart.

#5 The Las Vegas Raiders (6-3) got another win over the Denver Broncos (3-6) last Sunday for their third straight win and two straight road wins. The Raiders now return back to Vegas to face one of the toughest teams in the NFL the Kansas City Chiefs (8-1) this Sunday.

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