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Hour 3: Leap Year

Which QB is going to make a Josh Allen-like leap this year? Former OSU QB Cardale Jones stops by to explain why Justin Fields falling in the draft doesn't make sense. Plus, Take Your Pick!

Hour 2: Pressure on Payton?

Keyshawn explains why he thinks that Sean Payton has the most pressure of any head coach heading into this NFL season, while Bart says that it's Bill Belichick. Justin Fields got a resounding endorsement from Ryan Day, but will he be successful in the NFL? Plus, ESPN Football Analyst Booger McFarland on Jadeveon Clowney signing with the Browns.

Hour 1: Clowney to the Browns

Keyshawn, Bart Scott & Zubin discuss what Jadeveon Clowney will mean for the Cleveland Browns. Keyshawn explains why Mac Jones isn't going to translate to the NFL, and that he might not be the guy for the 49ers. Plus, White Sox P Carlos Rodon threw a no-hitter last night after NEARLY throwing a perfect game.

SportsCenter All Night: Clowney Makes a Clown Comment

Jadeveon Clowney is now a Cleveland Brown. He is excited about finally having a guy like fellow defensive lineman like Myles Garrett to take the heat off of him. Freddie Coleman & Ian Fitzsimmons react with disbelief that Clowney is either delusional or doesn't remember who JJ Watt is. All this on SportsCenter All Night w/Jay Reynolds.

Rodon falls short of perfect game with HBP in 9th, still gets no-no (1:29)
Clowney looking forward to proving he can still be dominant (0:22)

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Browns are giving former Titans DE Jadeveon Clowney a one-year deal worth up to $10 million, per source.

Hour 2: A-A-Ron's Future

Former Packers/OSU LB A.J. Hawk joins the show to talk about Aaron Rodgers' future in Green Bay, and what he thinks of Justin Fields in the NFL. Tedy Bruschi weighs in on Fields as well, plus explains whether the Cowboys should draft Kyle Pitts. Also, the guys go through some of the best transactions of the last sports year.

Cleveland breaks through to score game's first run in 10th inning (0:28)
Giolito, Bieber dominate and combine to throw 16 scoreless frames (0:42)