The first episode of the Playmakers podcast has landed

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This isn’t news to those of you who have: (1) preordered Playmakers; and (2) signed up for the Playmakers podcast. You’ve already gotten it in your email inbox.

For everyone else, it’s a reminder to get on the bus while it’s still close to the station.

Every Friday, throughout the 2021 season, I’ll be posting a Playmakers podcast for those who have preordered the Playmakers book. It was an idea that came in part from a desire to give those who already have reserved their copy of the book a token of our appreciation — but primarily to create an incentive for those who are thinking (like I would be), “I’ll wait until it comes out.”

If you decide not to wait, you’ll get a weekly 30-minute-or-so stream-of-consciousness that rolls through a couple of pre-planned topics, touches on whatever I happen to think of while taping it, and answers the best of the questions submitted in advance.

Friday’s episode broke down the controversial offside penalty from Thursday night’s game, took a closer look at the St. Louis relocation litigation and the curious lack of attention that ESPN and others have devoted to it, and answered various questions.

The next one gets taped and delivered in six days. To get it, order the book here and then sign up for the podcast here.

The first episode of the Playmakers podcast has landed originally appeared on Pro Football Talk